The New Testament Power Group
The New Testament Power Group
who wrote the New Testament
I am finding more and more material,
that indicates that the person or name of Paul
has been misused by the New Testament writers,
to give their ideas some authority,
because Paul was a preacher with authority.
Paul was a man deeply involved with ancient Christianity.
He took sides in the problem of marriage was to be allowed or not.
It is my opinion that he was in favor for marriage as a Way to God.
But he had nothing to do with the Power Groups of 300 years later
when the New Testament was edited and the Roman troops were sent out to destroy all
churches, books and people
who did not believe what they had to believe.
Who were leading this NT-group?
Why did they change history as they did?
Why was it so important for them,
that they killed and burned with the goal to erase the memory
of everybody before them or next to them?
This is not an attack on the Christian belief.
My statements are meant to call attention
to the many other choices and spiritualities
within Christian thinking, that do not exist anymore,
because of the work of some power group
that worked its way into the Christian religion.
I don not know who was behind this power group.
My opinion is that this power group is still in existence.
The line of Christian tradition does not start
with the Jesus movement, but is much older.
The roots of the very ancient and respectable religion
of the Hebrews and the roots of the respectable
religion of Christianity are only partially the same.
Christianity is not a "kind of follow-up"
of the Hebrew belief system. Both religions have existed next
to each other for a long time and this coexistence
gave both religions some roots in common.
While the Hebrews had a divers and travelling tribal history,
the early Christians remained mainly established
in ancient Egypt. It is not correct to see it as a dogma
that the Christian church started with Jesus Christ.
Centuries before the time of Jesus Christ the Christian religion
was emerging in areas of North-Egypt,
Jordan-Arabia-Punt, with the focus on ancient Egypt.
It is a fact that the New Testament has no scriptures
of most of the Apostles and not one scripture
of the female followers of the Jesus group.
The list of Apostles varies several times
in the divers books of the New Testament.
This is because the NT-group did not know
anymore who the Apostles were.
The number of 12 apostles is more symbolical then reality.
So is the number of 72 messengers sent out by Jesus.
An important number in the New Testament is 153.
This is the number of fishes in the net of the discipels.
A very interesting thought is that the number 153 is
connected with Maria Magdalene,
the female priest in the New Testament,
who was and is written out of the text by the power group.
Not mentioned in the New Testament are:
the Syrian believers (Damascus is mentioned indeed);
the Arabian believers (Paulus stayed there for a long time);
the Egyptian believers (Jesus originated from there);
the Edessa church as the Eastern branch of ancient Christianity;
the Manichees is their world wide church organization;
the Hermetic groups from ancient Egypt, followers of Thoth;
the Orpheus groups with their ancient hymns and music;
the churches based on the Seth scriptures;
and many others.
Scriptures of all the other Apostles and the female followers
certainly were and are in existence,
but were excluded from the religion defined by the power groups.
In 362AD the Roman Empire became a Christian nation and the deadly
hunt started for the lives of all believers
who thought differently in their own ways.
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