Jesus Was A Palestinian – Katherine Fisk/Veterans Today
I am going to tell you straight off the bat that Jesus was not the King of the Jews, he was not the son of David and he was not from the tribe of Judah. And then I am going to prove it to you.
If Jesus was alive today he would be living in Nabulus, he would be shot at regularly and by now would most probably have spent time in prison and under some form of torture.
His house would have been bulldozed down and he would have lost at least two siblings who would have either died in prison or been shot at or bombed to death. It really would not matter if he came into this world as a Samaritan, a Christian or a Muslim.
He would still be regarded as an illegal occupier of his own land. And if by now he was still alive, he would have fled to Egypt or Syria for safety, or his time for this world would almost be up. Pick your poison. Israel has so many to choose from.
There is no difference between what is going on in the West Bank today and what happened 2,000 years ago. It is the same story. Except this time the Jews have got support from the “Christian Block,” who are blind, deaf and dumb sheep following the myth of a Davidic Messiah who will come and rule the world.
The Jews have got away with this through a 2,000 year old lie and they really do not care what Christians think or believe, so long as they can keep them thinking that Jesus was the King of the Jews and Genesis 2 is valid.
By doing so they think they will achieve Middle East and Western domination where all Jews descended from Adam will be allowed into Jerusalem to worship this Davidic Messiah, and the rest who are not, that is the rest of humanity, will be”allowed,”mind you, to worship outside the city walls. Only outside, because you are not descended from Adam and you are a Goyim, cattle. But, this Messiah David is coming to save you from your sins, the sins of Adam and Eve.
If you make it to the end of this article and you understand that the Jews have been laughing at you for 2,000 years, because they DO KNOW who Jesus was, you will see it as a blessing, not a curse that you are not descended from Adam. You will realise that they are not entitled to this piece of real estate, called Israel at all. And that it is the Palestinians: Samaritans, Christians and Muslims, the descendants of the so called “Ten Lost Tribes,” who never went anywhere in the first place, who belong in Israel.
The Jews are only entitled to a piece of land south of Jerusalem about the size of the Gaza strip. Jerusalem belongs to Benjamin, but the tribe of Judah managed to get rid of them long ago. David poisoned Saul and killed Jason and then installed himself as King of Israel. He had Bathsheba’s husband murdered so he could marry her.
The tribe of Judah then supported the Assyrians in their invasion of the Northern Kingdom of Israel, believing that their problem had now been solved. They had successfully eliminated Ten Tribes of Israel leaving David to the Kingdom and Levi to the priesthood. Until, along came Jesus.
I am going to try and keep this as short and concise as I can for the sake of clarity. I will put in links for further information, but please, take what I have presented here and go and do your own research. Name, symbols and numbers, allegory and a play on words is how the ancients wrote their texts.
If you do not have some basic understanding of what names mean, symbols and numbers, then all will be done in parables and only those with eyes to see and ears to hear will fully understand what is being conveyed.
Blood lines and the blessing of the firstborn was essential in the ancient world in order to keep families and dynasties together. The child who was blessed as the firstborn then had the responsibility for the whole family, which carried on down the generations through this bloodline. Should that bloodline be cut off, then another close cousin would take it’s place.
Jacob called Israel had thirteen children. His favourite son was Joseph who married an Egyptian princess and high priestess called Asinath. You can see them in the Egyptian museum today. Their Egyptian names were Yuya and Tuya. Tuya was of the Royal House of Mosis. Joseph had two sons. Ephraim and Manasseh. Jacob/Israel overlooked his own children and blessed Ephraim as the firstborn.
As such Ephraim now had responsibility for all 12 tribes. Manasseh on the other hand joined the priesthood, and took on his mother’s family name of Mosis. They adopted the monotheistic religion of Ankenaton.
When their cousin Tuthankamen died without issue and the Mosis family line in Egypt came to an end, they returned to Jacob’s land in Israel with their families. They took with them not only the laws but also the wisdom teachings of Egypt being Psalms, Proverbs, the Wisdom of Solomon and the Song of Songs.
Eleazar, the son of Mosis, inherited the priesthood from his father and Joshua inherited the Kingdom of Israel from Nun, the son of Ephraim. Here we have the Kohan, the priesthood of Israel and the King of Israel. But as they had become monotheists, they set up a different type of kingdom.
A federation of 12 tribes ruled by a Judiciary. Joshua was the first Judge of Israel and he was inaugurated by Eleazer. They swore the people to the Covenant, the first commandment being that you should love the Lord your God alone. This not only abolished the practice of worshipping idols or statues in any form, it also abolished the practice of a monarchy and a king. You cannot worship two masters. And worshipping a King as was done in most of the ancient world was seen by the Hebrews as idol worship.
So although Joshua in line of descent was the King of Israel, he was a king who was not a king. They followed the Elohist text of Genesis 1, where the whole human race was created within the sacred seven steps of creation and were made in the image of the “Elohim,”being male and female and all race groups.
Due to this belief system women were given equal standing to men and one of the first Judges of Israel was Deborah. She sat under a palm tree in Bethal and would adjudicate disputes and disagreements much as Judges do today. Bethal was the capital of Israel and means “The House of God.”
In time the Hebrews broke this covenant and demanded that they be like every other country that surrounded them and have a king. This act in an of itself was seen by the prophets as denying God and the gravest crime committed by the Hebrews.
They had broken the Covenant with God. Eventually Israel split into two groups. The Northern Kingdom Of Israel with the ten tribes and the southern Kingdom of Judah with the tribes of Judah and Levi. Judah took over the Kingdom and Levi the priesthood and it is from this time that we get the “J” Jehovah texts and the “P” the priestly texts. They followed the Jawist text of Genesis 2, the sons of Adam in a line of descent to David of the House of Judah.
When the Hebrews fled the invasion of Israel by the Assyrians, they fled south into Judah where they were treated as slaves. They then fled into Egypt for safety and to escape slavery. Many Jews from Judah followed them when the Assyrians invaded Judah itself while most of the Jews were taken into captivity in Babylon. In Babylon the Jews absorbed many Sumerian texts, the story of Esther being one example.
By the 1st century B.C. many had returned to Israel from all 12 tribes. The tribes of Judah and Levi reestablished themselves in Jerusalem and built at Temple, something that the Samaritan Hebrews of the Northern Kingdom of Israel who had returned to what became known as Samaria, objected to. They saw this temple as idolatry and the money lenders breaking the laws on usury as an abomination.
This resulted in major conflicts between the two groups. With the help of the Romans, the Sadducee priesthood and the Pharisees along with the Herodian Monarchy managed to stay in power.
By 1 A.D. the tension between the two groups was an on going conflict with major differences in religious and political belief. As far as the Jews were concerned, the “ten tribes” no longer existed and they kept up this pretence to the Romans. The people from what was the Northern Kingdom of Israel that had now returned can be seen in the historical events and texts that we have regarding the Essenes who lived on what is today known as the West back, as well as the Samaritans. Both were persecuted in their own land.
Jesus, to all intense and purposes has no known or validated historical account of his life. The Gospels that we have were written in Greek at least a century after the events of his life. But if we look at the persecution of the Essenes and the Samaritans we can get a fairly realistic picture of what Israel was like for the Hebrews, the so called ten lost tribes and it is not dissimilar to the kind of persecution that the Palestinians live under today. This was the world that Jesus was born into.
We are told that he was born in Bethlehem in Judea. But archaeological evidence suggests that Bethlehem in Judea during this time in history was unoccupied. Bethlehem in the north on the other hand, a short distance from Nazareth was a thriving town. He was named after Joshua in the Old Testamant and the Greek translation of this name is Jesus. His father was Joseph. These two names and the location of his birth are enough of a clue as to who Jesus really was. Names and places mentioned in any text have enormous significance.
He was by birth, the firstborn going back in a long line to Ephraim the son of Joseph blessed by Israel as the firstborn. As such he is the King of Israel. But due to the Covenant, he is the king who is not a king, who does not rule. Because Israel was to be governed as a federation of 12 tribes under a judiciary. He was born in Bethlehem in the Northern Kingdom of Israel. He was, what would be regarded today as a Palestinian. And then as now he suffered the same persecution, spending most of his ministry in Galilee and taking his life into his hands every time he entered Judea and Jerusalem.
There are many other examples I can give here, but that would turn this into a book, which is not my intention. My intention is to keep this as simple and as clear cut as possible. So I am only going to stick to two.
The first being the conflict between the Sadducee’s and the Pharisees with John the Baptist. The former argued that John and his followers had no right to the land of Israel because they were not descended from Adam and in turn Abraham and Judah. They based this argument on Genesis 2. John argued back that God was able to raise up children even from these stones as children of God. He based his argument on Genesis 1.
As you can see from the former, it results in racism and sexism. Basically a very fascist perspective on life where women are regarded as sinful. Mary Magdalene was discredited in this manner where she was wrongly accused of being a whore. A common and spiteful trick that we still see playing out in society today when any woman of standing shows strength, character or leadership abilities.
The latter, being Genesis 1 and John’s view is more in line with Christian teachings today, that embrace all races though they still need to do some work on their sexist bias which will only come about when they stop trying to serve two masters and dump Genesis 2 completely. See: Adam, Eve and Genesis
The second example I am going to give is the raising of Lazarus from the dead in John 11. This was a major event that was the direct cause of Jesus being crucified. It is written as a parable, under the disguise of a “miracle.” All the seven miracles in John have a double meaning. The miracle and the real story behind it. The miracle of turning the water into wine for example. This takes place in Khana, (Cana) which was a river between the tribes of Manasseh and Ephraim. It’s symbolic meaning is the marriage and union of the Kohan Manasseh priesthood and the firstborn, the King of Israel being Ephraim.
The steward who tastes the wine is a symbolic representation of their father, Joseph, the steward and cup barer to the Pharaoh. Joseph in turn is referred to as the vine in Genesis where Jacob blesses all his sons. He is also referred to as the “corner stone.” However also keep in mind that John’s mocks the reader in the second “”miracle” story for being in need of signs and miracles to see the truth. So he plays the game, gives you the sign and the wonder, the miracle, but is telling you something else.
In the story of the last “miracle,” we have the raising of Lazarus from the dead. Lazarus was a direct descendant of Moses. A Kohan and high priestly family. His name is a derivative of Eleazar the son of Moses.
According to the Levites the priesthood belongs to them. The Pharisees and the Sadducees were Levites. According to the Samaritans it belongs to Eleazar-Lazarus, the Kohan, descendants of Moses, being Manasseh the son of Joseph and Asinath of the House of Moses. Also keep in mind that throughout the Gospel of John he constantly says, “The Jews say… but I tell you.” Which again underscores the political turmoil of the time between the Judaic Herodian Kings with their Sadducee and Pharisee priesthood and Israel as seen by the other ten tribes of the Northern Kingdom.
During the New Year the Levite Priest would dress in grave clothes, go into the Temple, make a sacrifice for the people , they were redeemed of their sins then he would come out and remove the grave clothes and put on fresh garments.
The whole story of Lazarus is a political statement. Basically, Jesus/Yeshua/Joshua has resurrected the Eleazar priesthood under a similar ritual exercised by the High Priest Caiaphas in the Temple of Jerusalem. This happens in Bethany, in Samaria in the Northern Kingdom.
Lazarus is referred to as “the one who you love,” so there is a strong possibility that Lazarus is the Beloved Disciple being John who wrote the Gospel of John. The last chapter of John suggests that Jesus needs care from a younger person in his old age. And this person is John, the beloved disciple.
When Caiaphas hears of the event that took place at Bethany, his greatest fear is that the people will believe in Jesus, not only because of this so called “miracle,” but because of it’s full implications which would be the restoration of Iseal under a Joshua Judiciary and an Eleazer Kohan priesthood.
What is more, if the Eseenes, the Samaritans and the followers of Jesus manage to convince the Romans of their legal tender to the land of Israel, the Herodian Kings and the Sadducee priesthood would loose control of Samaria and Galilee. In effect as Caiaphas warns, the Romans will come and take away their land and their people. Jesus is arrested, has a mistrial and is crucified.
He is wrongly accused of declaring himself as King of the Jews. He was not King of the Jews, he was King of Israel, a title he himself would never own due to the Covenant and the first commandment. Hence his answer to Pilate was, “The words are yours.”
Jesus was not only a threat to Judea, the Sadducees and the Herodian Kings, he was political threat to the very concept of monarchy itself and to Genesis 2. In John chapter 1, the Baptist declares that the one who will come after him will bless them with the Holy Spirit and they will become sons of God. This is in alignment with Genesis 1 where we are all, male, female and all of humanity made in the image of God.
The Gospel texts that we have today show clear signs of tampering. Copying, editing and insertions. They were written over a century after the events took place and not in Aramaic as the Dead Scea Scrolls have been written. The Dead Sea Scrolls as many authors have pointed out, have clear and direct parallels to the story of Jesus.
If anything, the truth of who Jesus was would put an end to the current carnage and persecution of the tribes of Israel known today as the Palestinians. Jesus was a Palestinian.