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Next I will compare the three books and analyze their respective treatments of the historical Jesus and the definition of Christianity. I will follow the comparison with a discussion of various antecedents and parallels to Mormonism found in these books and conclude with suggestions for Latter-day Saint scholarship on Christian history.
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Download PDF. Author David Chidester ,. Buy This Item. Editor Adrian Hastings ,. Which is no longer available. Instead, I now write research papers on what had been covered in that book. In that book, I gave a lot of information about the history of the Inner-Circle. The 'Inner-Circle' down through history were the actual rulers of our world.
They were the ruling families of royalty for most of history, this began to slowly change beginning about the time when the printing press was invented. The condition that existed when the Inner-Circle consisted of royalty is termed 'Royal Supremacy'. No one could write anything for publication except for royals, under penalty of death. However, while this was the case, they, the royals, were creating illusions for the non-royals.
One of those illusions was that anyone could write and get published. This was not the case.
If people knew this fact, they would soon realize that all that was being written was being written by the Inner-Circle royals; including all religious texts. Two Revolutions were essential to helping us get to the point of freedom that we enjoy today; the French Revolution and the American Revolution. Most people today have no idea of any of this or how it all fits together. This is why I thought it was essential to write a book that would take people on a journey through history as it really was.
Which is why they would send people off to war, or destroy entire cities whenever they wished. People who have no idea that the world has been controlled not by average people, but by Inner-Circle royals have blamed war and human atrocities upon Humanity itself, when that is far from the truth.
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True Humanity has never had a chance, as the world has been controlled by the Inner-Circle for thousands of years. Today, the Inner-Circle still exists, but though they are descendants of the royals who had once ruled, they no longer derive their power from inherited titles, but from knowledge and wealth.
They laugh whenever they see the average person as a believer in the fictional God that their ancestors invented; as this is a measure of how much power they still enjoy over the rest of us. When they see the average person speak out of ignorance, they laugh. And that is because they know that as long as the public is ignorant, they are gullible and can still be easily controlled and manipulated.
The Inner-Circle have always lived lives of luxury and enjoyed many advantages and advances in science long before non-royals; but they never let on, because they did not want non-royals to have what they had, nor did they want non-royals to have knowledge, as knowledge itself, was power. In modern times, archaeologists have been finding evidence of ancient inventions and innovations. The royals in ancient times held knowledge of all things; science and technology physics, chemistry, etc.
Of course, they did not want non-royals to know what they knew. Thus, they never wrote publicly about all that they knew or had access to; at least not in a clear, forthright manner. The schools and libraries that we hear of in ancient records were limited to royals only. The only time that they allowed non-royals into "schools" was for the purpose of indoctrination, not to teach them what the royals knew.
Royals had their own places of learning and training. Kings from all over would send their sons to learn at the Druidic colleges for thousands of years; up until the Romans invaded and stole their books, knowledge and innovations. And then, that was kept available only to certain royals - mainly within the family archives of elite royal families.
Some of it was shared in libraries that were only accessible to certain royals, and proof of who each individual was who visited those libraries was required. In the book that I had written about the Inner-Circle, I also told about how the Inner-Circle had various systems and laws unto themselves, and how they made laws that applied only to non-royals so as to put themselves at every advantage against us non-royals. They were kept informed by each other and updated on various events and developments via secret meetings which took place at various times of the year, and which were held in secret locations for different purposes.
Some of the meetings were for elections of I.
These meetings had protocol, including methods and means to ensure that only those who were of royal blood and of certain rank within the I. If a non Inner-Circle member were ever caught trying to attend an I. So, they wanted to know who that individual's family and friends were, so that they could be killed as well. There have always been certain publications that were published and distributed only for the elite members of the Inner-Circle, such as newsletters, periodicals, newspapers, magazines, books, etc.
And of which, those outside the Inner-Circle have never seen or heard of. Back in the first century Roman Empire, they had newspapers, for instance. But the non-royal public did not have them, only the elite royals did. In ancient times, the I. They used wood-cut blocks, for instance. Which, once they were finished using, were tossed into a fire to destroy any evidence of them. They also used baked clay "rollers" and their own kind of ink, some of which was obtained from sources in the sea.
They also used engraved wax blocks, which after use, were simply melted and used over again. The descendants of the Inner-Circle of old still rule our world. They are the few who rule our world. For more about the Inner-Circle, their royal family lines, as well as the truth about history and religion, read my research papers.
You can find them posted at the following sites: The Piso Project http: Those who taught royals such as the Druidic "priests" were not religious. They taught kings and sons of kings how to use religion to control and manipulate the masses better.
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They could not openly write about such colleges, nor could they allow non-royals to know that they were not religious orders or sects, as that would be giving away the game, so to speak. The same thing went for the Pharisees, who would teach not only their own people, but others who were non-royals in their schools.
The Pharisees had to exist as a religious sect superficially , as they lived in lands which were under the rule of other royals who dictated the terms that they have to live by. The leaders of the Pharisees and their partner sect, the Scribes, were of royal blood themselves; but they wanted to see the time come when the world would be a much better place - and they fought to try to bring that change to the world. Unfortunately, they lost and the creators and promoters of Christianity won.
As I said above, Druidic priests were not religious. The term 'priest' to the Inner-Circle meant that they were knowledgeable about religion, not that they believed it.
In the early part of the creation of Christianity, the individuals who were involved in its creation were referred to as "Christians". This is also why some stories were created about Seneca possibly being a Christian, and about the NT 'Paul' having been a Jew who hated Christians, only to become one himself. Seneca had been the author of the prototype document which would later become the gospel 'Mark' named so because Seneca was a descendant of Mark Anthony.
Many of the ideological concepts that were used in the gospels were written about by Seneca in his writings, something that was noticed by a few people, including professor Bruno Bauer, who write about that in his book 'Chrestus Und Die Kaiseren' Seneca, also made it known that his partner in gospel prototype writing was Lucius Calpurnius Piso. In his writings as Seneca, he dedicated and spoke of his friend 'Lucilius'.
This was Lucius Piso. And those of the Inner-Circle knew that, because they knew how alias names were created and used to indicate that certain individuals were being spoken of.
The creation of the name 'Lucilius' comes from Lucius Piso's names, a combination of 'Lucius' and 'Caesennius' I've discussed the names used by the Piso family in other writings.
The Pisos, within the Inner-Circle of the time were know as "The Little Caesars", and the name 'Caesennius' was used to demonstrate that. The name 'Caesennius', like other alias names, was disguised by changing the 'n's for 'l's. There were certain letters which the royals could exchange according to a formula that they used for creating alias names.
To make this easier, some royals had created alpha-numeric "roller-wheels" that they had used to avoid mistakes and to make more complex aliases as well as to put them into number form instead of letters. This is why it is important to know that ancient royals used alias names, as this is the only way to read those ancient texts in the way that the royal authors themselves did.
See my work regarding 'The Royal Language'. They are not complete lists, but are supplied here as evidence and to help with further research.
For sake of brevity I will not review each of the episodes individually. As we might expect, some segments of the series are stronger than others.
I was somewhat disappointed with the second and sixth segments, but found the remaining four quite strong. The episodes dealing with the Reformation and the New World were particularly informative. The second segment, which was to take the viewer from the death of Augustine to the birth of Luther, dealt predominantly with St. Francis of Assisi. He is clearly an important figure in one particular branch of the Christian tradition, but the attention given to him led other important figures, such as Tyndale and Hus to be overlooked.
In fact, these two men received only one shared sentence in the narration.
Surely the men who were the forerunners of the Reformation merit more attention than that. There was no mention of the Crusades or Inquisitions in this episode or any other. The final episode continued to blur the importance of the distinctions between Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox. George speaks of the important of ecumenical efforts in Christianity, but does little to define the terms on which Christians are to unite. In the non-essentials, liberty. This leads us to return to my concern with the lack of helpful distinctions.If a book contradicted an individual's religious belief, that is all the reason needed for that individual to destroy that book.
Thomas Aquinas. Thus before the viewer begins this series, it is helpful for him to understand the distinctions within Christianity and to draw his own conclusions about them.
In fact, these two men received only one shared sentence in the narration. He is clearly an important figure in one particular branch of the Christian tradition, but the attention given to him led other important figures, such as Tyndale and Hus to be overlooked.