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Subject: Re: Jesus
Date: 18 Jul 2004 02:42:42 -0700
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I only posted it for the benefit of the group to do with the
information as they wish, to research further if they desire or even
ignore it, for instance. I also added the disclaimer that "all that
remained was to determine whether the writings were legitimate or
not", which I noticed that your reply was lacking in disproof of, oh
intelligent one. You're free to believe what you want in your faith
(or lack thereof), which hardly contains a solid foundation for your
sarcastic ad-hominem response in a forum generally based on scholastic
proof and documentation of medieval lineages. Harving lurked here for
several months and seeing numerous replies of such a transparent
individual as you that anointed yourself as the supreme holder of all
knowledge, I'm quite sure that your response won't be long
forthcoming, so open mouth, insert foot, like you did with your Hitler
comment. Where'd the heck that come from? Nothing about him was in
I've posted the material I've found and gave the sources indicated for
it. Y'all do with it what you wish.
Peter Stewart <> wrote in message news:<6TmKc.5421$>...
> Mavrik375 wrote:
> > A description of Jesus Himself is found in "The Archko Volume" which
> > contains official court documents from the days of the Messiah. This
> > information substantiates that He came from racial lines which had
> > blue eyes and golden hair.
> O well, it was only a matter of time before someone posted this....
> Next we will hear that Adolf Hitler had blonde hair & blue eyes too, but
> chose to disguise these features so as not to be too dazzling for cameras.
> > In a chapter entiled "Gamaliel's Interview" it states concerning
> > Jesus (Yeshua):
> > "I asked him to describe this person to me, so that I might know him
> > if I should meet him.
> Did Gamaliel get any photos to go with his interview?
> > No man has seen him laugh
> With believers like this, what could Jesus possibly have to laugh about?
> I'm very surprised that David Hughes hasn't told us about this already.
> Peter Stewart