"But Papa, He's Huge!"But his son disagreed and steadfastly differed despite being repeatedly reminded that most Christians all over the world know only a weak, shriveled Christ. Kash kept telling that it was not true, insisting that Christ was the tallest, strongest, and most well-built in the Kingdom of God.
Pope Paul VI's silver sceptre with a repulsive and distorted figure
of Christ hanging from the cross. "This reference to the Pope's
"silver sceptre" is the Satanic Crucifix he has been carrying the
entire period of his Papacy, and is pictured here. As we have
reported in many earlier articles, this Twisted Crucifix has been
the symbol of the final Antichrist since Black Magick Satanists
created in 666 A.D. [Roman Catholic author, Piers Compton,
writing in his book The Broken Cross: Hidden Hand In the
Vatican, Channel Islands, Neville Spearman, 1981, p. 72]. "On
page 56 Compton prints a picture of the current Pope, John
Paul II, holding this bent or broken cross, just as shown above.
Paul VI also embraced another sinister symbol used by
Satanists in the Sixth Century, the bent or broken cross used in
the Middle Ages for occult purposes. It represented the "Mark
of the Beast." Compton: "Not only Paul VI but also his successors
the two John Pauls carried that object and held it up to be
revered by crowds who had not the slightest idea that it stood
for the anti Christ."
Kash was questioned repeatedly about the color, features, and physique of Shri Jesus as his description contradicted that of the Church.
He consistently explained that Shri Jesus definitely had light brown skin, with dark brown eyes and hair. Only these features resemble to some degree the Christ depicted by the Christians. Put simply, His face — nose, mouth, cheeks, chin, and eyebrows — resembled somewhat that of the Church Christ! Other than that it was a completely different story, that is, the size.
Kash's father was certain that Shri Jesus was a thin being. It was a universally accepted fact! Surely Kash had seen crosses worn as pendants around necks or displayed on walls, attesting to His thin physique.
But his son disagreed and steadfastly differed despite being repeatedly reminded that most Christians all over the world know only a weak, shriveled Christ. Kash kept telling that it was not true, insisting that Shri Christ was the tallest, strongest, and most well-built among all in the Kingdom of God. He was a giant of a man, a towering icon of strength that exuded immense confidence and fearlessness! The young adolescent refused to compromise despite a constant barrage of contradicting opinion.
There was apprehension and concern that Kash might be 'mistaken,' and the father tried to elicit a hint of the Church-like Christ. This Revelation was controversial and his father was trying desperately to bridge the gap between the Christ of the Church and the eternal Christ in the Kingdom of God.
At this early stage his father had no idea of the depth of deception and darkness that the Catholic Church had led His followers into. In his heart popes were divine personalities who, as His Vicars on Earth, must have been on intimate terms with the Savior. Lord Jesus must have met scores of popes thousands of times during the last 2000 years. So how could a mere thirteen-year-old kid insist that Jesus was a massive, muscular Divine Being whereas many Christians visualize a frail, weak man.
Kash closed his eyes a number of times to recall what he saw, and came back every time with the same answer — No! Shri Jesus was the tallest, biggest, and strongest Incarnation in the Kingdom of God.
Still his father doubted this gladiator-like Christ that his son was talking about with a cool, detached confidence. The father's mind, conditioned over the decades, just could not bring itself to adjust to this abrupt, radical change. The mental pictures of a skinny Church Christ hanging from countless crosses remained indelible.
However, the adult mind conjecturing a Christ based on human speculation was no match for that mystic surety of a child traveling into the unfathomable depths of the soul, entering the Kingdom of God within and meeting Him in person.
And on the other side of Earth, just a few hours earlier and unknown to both father and son, the Comforter had just finished defending Shri Jesus Christ at Ganapatipule, India. What She had told seekers of Truth in India was exactly what Kash was telling his father in Canada — Jesus Christ is a very healthy, strong, tall and muscular person. This is what She told thousands gathered at Ganapatipule, India to celebrate Christmas:
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi "The way they have given His picture is not correct. He was a very healthy, hefty and tall person. He had to carry the cross. Those people who painted Him like a TB patient should know that if they had to carry the cross could they do it? So all sorts of things have been done to harm His personality, to assassinate His character. But you being Sahaja Yogis, you should know about Him, have full respect and faith in Him."
THE MOTHER: Messiah-Paraclete-Ruh-Devi
Christmas Puja, Ganapatipule, India — December 25, 1993
Archaeological and Physical Evidence
"In determining the validity of stories of people and events in antiquity we rely heavily on physical remains. We look at architecture, monuments, coins, medals, inscriptions, pottery, statues, frescoes, mosaics. In piecing together the Jesus myth, the scientist and archaeologist are greatly hampered by the lack of such items. That evidence which [would] have aided greatly in writing the complete story has been intentionally and maliciously destroyed by the religious fervour of the early Church. If it was in any way detrimental to the concept of the carnalized Christ it was burned or totally vanished. Any criminal can create the perfect crime if they are smart enough and resourceful enough to remove all evidence. The mentality of the Church was that they could create a new God in their image if they removed all evidence to the contrary.
In other portions of this text we have established the fact that there is no reliable textual evidence for the existence of Jesus. We have found that he was actually denied existence by the early Pagans and Christians (heretics) alike. Since there is no written evidence that such a person ever existed, the next avenue of search is the physical evidence.
A first item for conjecture would appropriately be, "What did Jesus look like?" He is reported to have travelled extensively in his native lands. He appeared before the multitudes, so he was not an unknown peasant. There would hardly be a person in America who would not recognize George Bush instantly. They could describe his appearance, size, mannerism, etc. There is no physical description of Jesus in the New Testament. In Matthew 17:2 it states; "and he was transfigured before them, and his face shone like the sun, and his garments became white as light." In Revelations 1: 13-15 is a description attributed to Jesus; "and in the midst of the seven candlesticks, one like unto the Son of Man, clothed in a garment down to the foot and girt around his paps (breasts). His head and hair were white as white wool, white as snow..." This is nothing more than a colorful writer might use to describe a storybook character. Snow White and Cinderella were each described vividly by their creator but they were not real. It has been conjectured that he might have been a black man. St. Augustine said of Christ, "In his time there was no authentic portrait of Christ...and the type of features was still undetermined so we have absolutely no knowledge of his appearance." Jesus was described by the early Christian fathers as "The most beautiful of the sons of men" or by others as, "the ugliest of the sons of men."
Nobody remembered what Jesus had looked like. In the book of Isaiah, one of the Christian opinions argued that he had chosen a mean and ugly human form. By 200 C.E. he was being shown on early Christian sarcophagi in a stereotyped pagan image, as a philosopher teaching among his pupils or as a shepherd bearing sheep from his flock. Could your minister or preacher explain to you how the authors of the gospels professed to know and quote exactly what Jesus had said and done and yet had no knowledge of his appearance or stature? They could quote verbatim exact utterances and yet not a single one could recall what he looked like. The true believers think that the image of Jesus with the long dark hair was the image that the early Christian fathers saw. In reality the earliest images of Christ in existence show him as a young, beardless boy at times with blond hair.
The Christian Art of the first three or four centuries was purely pagan. In the catacombs of Rome we see the Savior as a beardless youth, like a young Greek God; sometimes represented like Hermes, the guardian of the flock, bearing a ram or lamb round his neck; sometimes as Orpheus tuning his lute among the wild animals. A most familiar way of depicting Jesus was the figure of a beautiful and adorable youth of about fifteen to eighteen years of age, beardless with a sweet expression of countenance, and long abundant hair flowing in curls over his shoulders. His brow is sometimes encircled by a bandeau or diadem, like a young priest of the Pagan Gods that is in fact the favorite figure on sculptured sarcophagi, in fresco painting, and Mosaics. Christ is thus represented as a graceful youth, just as Apollo was figured by the Pagans, and as Angels are represented by Christians. A little known fact is that the Christian crucifix so prominently and proudly displayed in practically every Church of every Christian religion was only created after about the eighth or ninth centuries. Up until that time the early crucifix held the image of a lamb instead of a man. The crucifix we know was a later invention as the stories of Christianity took hold and blossomed."Ian Curtis, Jesus: Myth or Reality?
Iuniverse Inc (June 8 2006) pp. 61-3
"Compared to ancient Scripture, which covers three-thousand years, this section of the Bible deals with less than a century, the point at which BC turned into AD. Although the New Testament focuses on the central figure of Jesus Christ, there are no physical descriptions of the man. No mention, for example, if he was married or single or whether or not he had children. Was he tall or short, black, brown or white? What color were his eyes, his hair? Did he have a sense of humor? What did he do for entertainment? Was he a bowler, a sports nut, a jogger or a collector of classic chariots? Gender references specify he was male, but some enlightened females today might even want to argue that one.
It's puzzling that none of the authors of the New Testament made any effort whatsoever to describe the most influential man in the history of the world. Could it be because he looked like Willie or maybe Whoppi? Most Christians picture Jesus as a beautiful, Caucasian male, tall and slender with milky-white skin, blue eyes and perfectly groomed, flowing brown hair. However, such a look wouldn't be likely for a Near-Eastener, a desert wanderer who spent most of his time outdoors. His skin had to be sun-baked to a blackened hue. We must remember the New Testament is not a historical document—it is a religious document. There are no official, clerical records that a person of the name Jesus Christ ever lived. But let's not get too hung up over documentation---some two billion believers couldn't all be wrong! No other single earthing, neither Mohammed, Buda, Moses nor even Elvis had such a dramatic impact on the human race. Two millennia after his departure, the good news of Jesus Christ continues to spread across the world."
Steve Ward, Holy Enigma! Bible Verses You'll Never Hear in Sunday School
Hamilton Books (October 2004) p. 131
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