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The Bible and The Lost Gospels

An “Unseen Hand” is believed to be behind recent events about the Real Life of the Lord Jesus Christ. Though the church and other religion/sect believe that the latest development such as the revelation of The Da Vinci Code and The Gospel of Judas would not shake the faith of most christians, other groups say it is not about quaking the faith but strenghtening our belief to a Godman, who offered His Life to Mankind. Some believers say there’s nothing wrong if we believe Jesus married Mary Magdalene and have child, because as a human being, He is entitled to love a woman and build His own family. He is still the special man, who achieved Godhood and taught us how to live like a Christ, by sharing an unconditional love to other people especially our enemies.

 

The Last Supper Painting- By Da Vinci

The absence of a chalice in the painting supposedly indicates that Leonardo knew that Mary Magdalene was actually the Holy Grail (the bearer of Jesus’ blood). This is said to be reinforced by the letter “M” that is created with the bodily positions of Jesus, Mary, and the male apostle (Saint Peter) upon whom she is leaning. The apparent absence of the “Apostle John”, under this interpretation, is explained by identifying John as “the Disciple Jesus loved“, allegedly code for Mary Magdalene (see also Second Apocalypse of James).  Click here for more discussions about the The Da Vinci Code: http://www.realtruth.org/articles/426-tdvc.html?gclid=CK-AsuuJtYkCFQU1TAodwVScNg

Judas: Hero or Betrayer?

A research funded by the National Geographic Society, in collaboration with the Maecenas Foundation for Ancient Art and the Waitt Institute for Historical Discovery, discovered a mind-boggling and belief-shaking details about the man who betrayed Jesus Christ, the real Judas Iscariot. The Gospel of Judas gives a different view of the relationship between Jesus and Judas, offering new insights into the disciple who betrayed Jesus. Unlike the accounts in the canonical Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, in which Judas is portrayed as a reviled traitor, this newly discovered Gospel portrays Judas as acting at Jesus’ request when he hands Jesus over to the authorities.

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