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The Nazarene Scrolls

June 16, 2010

According to available history, up to the 4th Century CE, Mithraism and Christianity were the two main competing religions in the Roman Empire. Very often, history is found to be biased, and is so prepared for a purpose, to serve those who wish to be served by it, for a people’s history holds instructions for their future.

In the year 312CE Constantine the Great, Mithraic Emperor of Rome, announced that he had beheld a vision in the sky of a fiery cross (the sign of the cross) under which was written in Greek, the equivalent of the English for, “By this sign thou shalt conquer.” This, without a doubt, was a claim of a Revelation to Constantine from God the Father Zeus, and was meant to herald the beginning of the Mithraic Prophetic mission of Constantine the Great.

Mithraism was the religion that was based on Greek mythology, in which the main God was Zeus (pronounced Zoose) who ruled from the sky and controlled all weather phenomena, unleashing thunderstorms, lightning-bolts, snowstorms earthquakes, volcanic eruptions etc. on his errant mortal worshippers. Zeus had granted to his two brothers, Poseidon and Hades, the rule of the undersea and the underworld respectively. Together, this trio of gods reigned over the Universe, with Zeus earning the title of “God of Gods and Father of Gods and men.” These gods were of the image, the imagination, and the likeness of man, white pagan man.

The Cross of Constantine’s revelation was that of the crucifixion, which the Greeks and the Romans had adopted from the Egyptian Pharaohs, the Phoenicians, and it represented torture, death, and disgrace to the enemy, or the conquest and enslavement of the rest of mankind by its bearers.

Immediately upon receiving his Revelation from God the Father Zeus, Constantine ordered that the monogram of the Sign of the Cross be displayed on the shields of his soldiers. Needless to say, victory by his soldiers in the following day’s battle was attributed to Constantine’s Revelation. Thus began the Cult of the Cross.

Royalty of the likeness of Constantine were themselves either Begotten Sons of God (God the Father Zeus) or the direct descendents of such Begotten (not made) Sons. In this religion, which was merely a figment of the lustful desires of men, Zeus, from time to time, would steal away from his Heavenly abode descending to Earth, where he impregnated the selected daughters of men that he might have Sons on Earth who, by their breeding from on high, excelled over men in feats of strength and valour. Mithras was one such Son of Zeus who had twelve disciples, was crucified and rose again three days later, and died for the redemption of men.

Such was the belief and worship of white pagan man in the era of Rome the Superpower.

The following year 313CE, Constantine published the Edict of Milan, establishing that all religion within the Roman Empire must adopt as their day of worship, Sunday, the day set aside by the Mithraists for the worship of Zeus as the Sun God from whose domain men received the rays of life. The Winter Solstice was celebrated as the Birth of this Sun God and Son of God, which became the 25th day of the month of December. Here are two of the most important days in Christianity coming from the pagan Emperor of Rome as days of Mithraic worship of Zeus and as having no relationship with the Messiah’s faith of Judaism.

By Imperial Decree, all Jews, which included the Nazarene sects who were worshippers of the One True God of the Children of the House of Israel, were thereby ordered to shift their Sabbath, their day of worship, from the Judaic Seventh Day of the week to the Mithraic first day of the Mithraic week, which began at the beginning of the Third Watch of the night of the Judaic First Day, and ended at the beginning of the same Watch of the Judaic Second Day of the week.

By his choice of the Sign of the Cross as his Imperial Standard, and his command for the Mithraic Sunday for worship for all religion, Constantine had demonstrated his determination to impose pagan belief on all, with torture, death, and disgrace as the alternative. By these acts of terrorism, Constantine had hoped to bring about religious harmony or multiculturalism within the Roman Empire.

The new King and Prophet of God the Father Zeus, Constantine the First, Flavius Valerius Aurelius Constantinus surnamed The Great, was poised to conquer and rule by the fearsome sign of the cross.

Direct opposition to the Emperor’s enforced Inter-Religious Organization or Multiculturalism came from the Nazarene sect of Aryanism, which adhered strictly to the Mosaic Belief of the Oneness of God the Creator. This un-compromising stand by the Arians had grown into such a serious threat to the Roman Empire, that in the year 325 CE Constantine deemed it fit to convene and to personally direct what is now known in the Roman Catholic Church as the First Council of Nicaea, in order that he (Constantine) might formulate Religious Doctrine in accordance with Roman pagan desire.

With the authority of a prophet and a Son of God and the Head of Church and State, Constantine had gathered together under his First Council of Nicaea, more than 220 Bishops of the various religious sects of the Roman Empire.

It is interesting to note that it was not until May 21st 337 C.E., on his deathbed, that Constantine was baptised with the sign of the cross and became Christian. Only then did he receive the dreaded Cross of the Pharaohs which he had unknowingly inflicted on mankind Worldwide for almost two thousand years.

In the year 326 C.E., following the First Council of Nicaea, Constantine murdered his son Crispus, and his wife Fausta.

Ten years later (336 C.E.), Arius, head of the Arian opposition to the pressures brought on by Constantine, died suddenly and was believed to be poisoned, on the eve of what seemed to be a victory for Aryanism, in what could have been a planned ambush.

Within a period of fifty years from the First Council of Nicaea, Aryanism had lost its battle against the Church and State of Rome and faded away into history as a heresy. The fiery cross that was given to Constantine by the Father Zeus had finally conquered the Nazarenes of the Roman Empire.

Also to emerge from the First Council of Nicaea, which is never given the prominence it deserves, was the selection of the four Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John out of over 100 Gospels. Constantine’s Mithraic prophethood had therefore given birth to the Holy Bible, as we know it today. It would be very difficult to imagine what course mankind would have taken the past 1,674 years without the Sons of God, Mithras and Constantine, for without these two sons of Zeus there would have been no Holy Bible and no Roman Catholic Church.

It would be careless to brush aside the similarity between Constantine’s revelation from the sky and that of the Apostle Paul, which started his Apostleship in the Acts of the Apostles of the New Testament of the Holy Bible. They both had been engaged at the time of their sky revelation, in preparation for military aggression against the enemies of the Roman Empire.

Paul’s three separate accounts of that single incident in the Acts of the Apostles have provided us with another mystery about his companions who were made up of witnesses who could neither see, nor hear, nor speak. (Acts of the Apostles 9:3-7, 22:6-9, 26:13,14) In a similar way, historians differ as to whether Constantine actually saw the fiery cross in the sky or whether he had been asleep and dreamed of it. The point is raised here because Luke, the author of the third Gospel, the Gospel According to St. Luke, is also the author of the Acts of the Apostles.

The Gospels According to Matthew, Mark, and Luke, in that “order”, have been given to us as the Synoptic Gospels being, they say, of the same source. When dated, Luke was the last Gospel to be written; yet it is presented and accepted as the third in the line of the four Gospels. Luke himself admits to having had access to everything that had been written or witnessed about the topic, (Luke 1:2,3) which must have included that which had been written by John, and by Matthew and Mark.

Luke’s synopsis, neither as witness nor as minister of the word, nor as Apostle, had been prepared for Emperor Theophilus, (Theo being Greek for God), and must have also included evidence from accounts written by eyewitnesses who had been Roman Mithraic soldiers, and other Mithraic citizens who had taken an interest in the life of the Messiah, and the official and personal records of the Roman Governors, Herod and Pontius Pilate

Mithraism was a mainly male religion, which had been most popular among the soldiery where all the young men of the society had been concentrated. The muscular strength and super-human feats of the sons of Zeus had provided the pre-occupation of hero-worship which led the youths to aspire to become successful gladiators and heroic soldiers, for the pleasure of His Imperial Majesty, himself a living son of Zeus.

The Olympic games that we witness today, originated in the Greek setting of Myths, and is held in honour of Zeus, with the gold medals going to the aspiring sons of Zeus. Fear of the devastating power of Zeus also discouraged any thoughts of disloyalty to the emperor, as Zeus was able to view mortals on Earth from the Sky above. All of this did not serve the common folk of the Empire, whose sons must serve as soldiers.

Luke, Theophilus, and Constantine, were of Gentile, Roman, Mithraic origin, among whom education was not without a high degree of Greek mythology. It had also been a necessity of office for rulers like Theophilus and Constantine to gain full knowledge of the history and religion of the Jews, whose history was of their religion and whose religion was of law and politics. The history of the Messiah had been very recent to Theophilus and would have been almost as fresh to Constantine.

Luke’s assignment had been to produce an acceptable version of the Messiah controversy in such an ideal “order” that Theophilus might gain “perfect understanding” of the events that led to the legal and political and religious battle that was waged between Pontius Pilate and the Jewish Sanhedrin of Jerusalem over the fate of the Messiah, on the day when the Jews should have engaged themselves in prayers of thanksgiving to their Lord for their deliverance from Pharaoh.

The Jews were instead engaged in demanding of the Roman Court, which was in recess on the holy day as a show of Roman respect for the religion of the Jews, crucifixion for a just man who they wrongly and maliciously accused of being a seditionist, of claiming to be a son of God, and of making himself a King. The outcome of the legal/political/religious battle was the coronation of the King that became a God in the interlocking of Mithraism and Nazarene Mosaic Judaism.

The Roman Court responded to the unjust demands of the holy day with a brand of justice that should have made the Children of the House of Israel proud, had the Sanhedrin been the judge of the Court that conducted the proceedings. The Roman Governors were party to one of the finest miracles of the Messiah without realizing the magnitude of their participation. Herod had hoped for a miracle and he could not have been disappointed.

The Sadducees of the Sanhedrin, who had themselves been rulers over the Jews in their subjection to Rome, had also held “perfect understanding” of the mythology, superstition and politics of their Roman masters.

The birth of the Messiah made him the ideal candidate for sonship of Zeus, and his popularity as a miracle healer of disease made him more than just another God among Roman officials. (Matthew 8:5-13, Luke 7:1-10) The Centurion’s faith as commended by the Messiah, was more than that shown by the Jew in his worship of the One True God. Born of a virgin and without an earthly father, the Messiah made Zeus more of a reality to the Romans than the One God did to the Jews.

The Sadducees who sought to have the Messiah crucified, had rejected his prophethood outright, and they were very determined to have him suffer the same humiliating and accursed death as Mithras in order to have this rejected Messiah associated with the Gentile Mithraic sonship and worship of Zeus and not with Judaism. The frustration of being saddled with a Messiah that did not meet their expectations, added to their humiliation at the hands of Pontius Pilate, and their failure to have the Messiah crucified by their Mithraic masters, made the history of the Messiah one to be forgotten, altered, or discarded, by the Jews.

Their attempt to have him transferred wholly to Mithraism seemed to have been foiled by Pilate’s proclamation that he was king of the Jews, but royalty was a main requirement of sonship to Zeus, so the Jews had become hitched to their own Mithraic wickedness.

The Gospel author John, also admits, like Luke, to having had access to much more than that which he had written, or to all that could have been written (John 21:25), giving to himself the same synoptic privileges enjoyed by Luke and displaying the same manner of reporting, which is that of the witnessing of others. (John 19:35, &21:24) This therefore leaves us with not three, but four Synoptic Gospels.

The fact that Luke is also the author of the Acts of the Apostles and the disorder into which the Gospels of the other supposed Apostles have been presented leads only to one conclusion, that Luke should appear first in line and as the one who is mainly responsible for what appears in the New Testament, and perhaps for the choice of the writings of the entire Bible.

The Jews intended exile of the Messiah’s prophet hood to the sonship of Zeus had provided the grassroots of the Roman Mithraic society, with whom he had actually come in contact with his god-like healing powers and his ability to provide food miraculously for the vast multitudes which clung to him, with a Son of Zeus on whom they could depend to bring an end to all hunger and pain.

This son of Zeus could take in a wider section of the community than Mithras and as such he had to be worshipped as an equal with Zeus and he therefore had to be given the honour of being Zeus incarnate as his own son. Added to this, was the golden opportunity of the type of education previously procured only by doctors and rulers. An education in Greek mythology combined with Mosaic Law had become available to all and sundry. The fact that the two were incompatible did not matter to those who would not recognize this anyway, or to those who would exploit the mysterious combination.

The four Synoptic Gospels therefore must have been the work of Luke, or Luke and company, and the “order” mentioned is the juggling of positions and the quadruplicating of the Mithraic witnessing only, especially that of crucifixion and resurrection. The four can therefore be considered to be one whole Sophistic Gospel, a secret code and a Roman Mithraic document that made up a masterpiece in Roman culture, which was designed mainly for the education and understanding of the aristocratic ruling class. This document might have replaced or been added to any recorded history of the Messiah.

Constantine’s encounter with the growing force of Nazarene Aryanism had forced the release of this precious document to a population that hungered for education, the more peculiar the more easily accepted, but Arian “fanaticism” necessitated the violence of the Cross. With the First Council of Nicaea came the command for the destruction of all other Nazarene literature or Gospels and the annihilation of those who kept them.

In all, over a million people are said to have perished in that First Crusade within the Roman Empire.

The fact that so many people had to be murdered by the Romans within their own empire in order to ensure the worship of the reformed Messiah named Jesus (Yay-Zeus), is evidence that the people nearest in love to Muslims would choose death rather than mix their Nazarene belief with paganism. Rome had found no willing volunteers among the Nazarenes for Christianity inside of Rome, so that those who had fled the terror had only made Hijra to their Nazarene friends outside of Rome. The Roman Catholic Church that arose out of Constantine’s First Council of Nicaea had thenceforth regarded all Nazarene sects as heretics, even outside of Roman invaded territory.

The physician and author and one-man commission-of-inquiry into the Messiah controversy, St. Luke of the Gospel According to St. Luke, by quadruplicating the Gospel with Mithraic doctrine, gave the assurance that Mithraism enjoyed a four-to-one (4-1) ratio over Nazarene doctrine in Christianity as the worship of the last and greatest son of Zeus who was Zeus himself incarnate, Jay-Zeus, who eventually became known as Jesus, the man-God who is expected to return to Earth from the Skies. The four Gospels can therefore be safely said to be only 20% Injeel or Gospel of Al Masih Isa, ibn Mariam, with the 80% being of pagan Gospel of Zeus and of Luke and Theophilus and Roman power and authority.

Within three hundred years of Constantine and the First Concoction of Nicaea, Allah sent the seal of the prophets, Muhammad Mustapha (Peace and blessings upon him), with the revelation of the Quran, in which Allah has elevated the Messiah from the blasphemous sonship of Zeus and showed His utter contempt for the resulting Trinity that holds Allah as one with Zeus and Je-Zeus and makes Allah the least significant of the three. The Quran has also removed from Mariam, the mother of Isa al Masih, the stigma of concubine to Zeus, and removes betrothal to Joseph and the slander it suggests.

The violent genocidal ways of the Cross have grown with the cunning, the corruption and the subtlety of those who follow the corruption of Scripture as prophesied by Isa al Masih Ibn Mariam, and many, including Muslims, are ensnared by the weak strategies of the Shaytan, but Allah’s beautiful planning must bring victory to the Believers over disbelief.