Finding the Tomb of Jesus and True Christianity


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There’s a lot of hoopla these days about the possible discovery of the tomb of Jesus. It if were ever at all possible to even prove, however, it would not discredit “Christianity” in the least. But it would completely dismantle the Gnostic version that was created by Paul, which much of Christianity has adhered to for much of the last 2 thousand years. Ideally, it will lead to a rediscovery of the true meaning of Jesus’ message.

First of all, it’s perfectly to be expected that this strategy was to be eventually implemented, along with the recent assault on our perceptions of history and truth perpetrated by The Da Vinci Code, or the movie The Book of Secrets, and so on.

But the version of “Christianity” that the Illuminati claim to be discrediting is that same distortion of it for which they are themselves responsible.

I don’t mean to disparage any Christians, and I respect the light they may derive from that interpretation of Christianity. However, the evidence has suggested to me that Paul was a willing agent in the corruption of Jesus’ original message, and I suspect he may have been an agent of that family who were the prime instigators of the conspiracy, over the last 2000 years, to topple religion on this planet, and replace it with their Luciferianism. I mean the House of Herod the Great.

What is very fascinating about this family is that they were closely associated with 3 other families who were central in the origination and dissemination of Mithraism, that cult which so eventually pervaded the Roman Empire, and for which there have been numerous attempts to suggest that Christianity was merely a derivation of it.

The truth is that Mithraism belonged to the many and varied black magic rituals of the Kabbalah, ostensibly dedicated to the dying-gods of antiquity. In this case, they were purportedly dedicated to the god the Persian Magi, those sorcerers who were identified by the ancient world and the founders of all their occult doctrines, but were mistaken as the pupils of Zoroaster, the founder of Zoroastrianism. They were Kabbalists.

This is a very obscure area of history, so it may be difficult for readers to follow me, but the first evidence of the cult of Mithraism is found in the House of Commagene, in what is now Turkey, who were connected with the Herodians. The full network of these families also included the Claudio-Julian dynasty of Rome, who were emperors from the time to Caesar to Nero. Nero was the first emperor to have been initiated to Mithraism by a Magi. The other family were the Priest-Kings of Emesa in Syria, a hereditary family who for several centuries came to maintain the worship of Sol Invictus, which was interchangeable with Mithraism.

But it was also the Magi who through their astrological skill discovered the coming of the Jewish Messiah, and then reported it to Herod, who then implemented the infamous “slaughter of the innocents”. The evil mission failed. But this did not deter the Herodians in their mission to supplant Judaism with their own mystery religion.

When they failed to suppress the advent of the Jewish Messiah, they attempted to kill him, and then to co-opt his message. Their agent in this corruption was Paul. Robert Eisenmen, a leading scholar of the Dead Sea Scrolls, has written an excellent article which reveals the numerous pieces of evidence which lean to suggest that Paul was indeed such an agent.

But what is most incriminating about Paul, the Thirteenth Apostle, is his decidedly Gnostic interpretation of Christianity. As I discuss in my book, I think the Herodians attempted to kill Jesus as a form of human sacrifice, as a way, in accordance with their mysteries, that the victim would “die for their sins.”

Paul then became the missionary of this version of Christianity, without revealing its true esoteric meaning.

And so here is the complete justification as touted by Paul:

If Christ is not risen, then is our preaching in vain, and your faith also is in vain. Yes, and we are found false witnesses of God; because we have testified of God that He raised up Christ… if Christ is not raised… you are yet in your sins. Then they also which are fallen asleep in Christ are perished. If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable.” (1 Cor. 15: 12-19).

But, it is only Paul’s version of Christianity that is dependent on the death of Jesus. But maybe Jesus’ message was not in his death. The majority of early Christians did not believe that Jesus was God or son of God, until they were suppressed by the emerging Christian establishment, and finally by the Nicene conference of 325 AD. In fact, the Early Church, which was composed of Jesus’ immediate followers, were orthodox Jews, and were in conflict with Paul’s repudiation of the Law.

As another example, Islam, while hailing Jesus as the Messiah and a true prophet of God, denies that Jesus was crucified, and denounces his equation with God or the son of God as pagan influence. The evidence corroborates the claim.

No, Jesus was an orthodox Jewish reformer, in the tradition of the many reformers mentioned in the Bible. He tried to reproach the Jewish priesthood of his time for their corruption, xenophobia and misanthropy. He tried to remind them that the meaning of piety was not to be found in mindless and detailed adherence to ritual, but in the implementation of justice. Above all, he wanted to teach the meaning of loving your neighbour, even your enemies.

This was a great and powerful message. It is by estranging us from this supreme tenet, and inducing us to equate religion with ritual, and patriotic association to our fellow co-religionists, that the Illuminati have managed to lull us into a degree of apathy by which we simply stand by and watch them rape and pillage their way across much of the rest of the world.


Thankyou for such a great article!


I think that this article contains your most thoroughly thought out, incisive, concise, and important pieces of historical analysis. I agree that the Pauline and Nicene post hoc deification of Jesus Christ is a keystone in the overarching luciferian game plan.

Beside all of the occult overlays with Mithraism and associated practices, it works quite simply to corrupt the masses in this way: If Jesus can be God, then it opens the door to the concept of the deification of any man. Hence, if Jesus could be God, why not you, or me? Why not Crowley, or Bush, or Hitler, or a Rothschild?

The idea that man could become God, or that God is weak and incomplete and in need of man’s help, are the quintessences of the luciferian and cabalistic inversions. And, indeed, such ideas are the very antitheses of Islam, wherein “shirk”, placing anything or anyone, even an idea, on an equal footing with God is the worst sin or blasphemy, and constitutes one of the most utter forms of self-abasement to which a human being might fall. To confess to being muslim means to exercise one’s free will in complete submission to, and surrender before, God, the One, the Only, the Manifest, the Hidden.

God the One is ultimately reality, the Truth, of which there is no second or partner, of which evil and all its manifestations are but themselves partial attributes of God’s creation. Thus, Unity is all encompassing. And this ineffable Reality is what the cabalists and luciferians fear most, because it represents the diminution or loss of their own aggrandized and overweaning egos, which they must strive to prop up with all manner of nefarious, duplicitous, and despicable deeds. So that they might seem real or meaningful to themselves in the vacuum of their denial of God. So they marinate themselves in an evil of their own relative creation as an, albeit futile, attempt to stave off their own recognition and acceptance of the Infinite.

It might be said that “they can’t handle the Truth.”

If the canonical gospels as handed down through the millenia to us are tainted by doctrinal and textual additions, emendations and coarse edits made to suit various political ends at the time these changes were made, wherein might we have faith in the story of Jesus of Nazareth, prophet of God? Among the words in the Bible that we might trust that Jesus actually said, as you noted, constitute perhaps his most profound teaching:

“Love God with all thy heart and all thy mind and all thy soul, and do thou love thy neighbor as thou love thyself.”

That is true wisdom, regardless of whether it comes to us via the prophethood of Jesus.

And yes, our neighbors include our “enemies” as well, such as we may conceive of them.

But going the extra mile and turning the other cheek are often likely to result only in terminal soreness and finding oneself somewhere in a place not of one’s own choosing.

Wisdom certainly does not demand the passive acceptance of injustice and war as a means of bypassing the potential suffering that might result from one’s confrontation with these and other harsh realities in favor of staying on some imagined “higher road” to personal happiness. This is nothing but a crock of new age nonsense. Such a course is, at best, simply selfish and hedonistic idiocy and, at worst, a way of delusional solipsism in collusion with the forces of exploitation and degradation that are all ultimately bound to be defeated and destroyed.

And if, historically, Christianity does claim to stand for such avoidant quiescence, then what about the allegedly Christian doctrines of those men who brought us the Crusades, and missionaries and pederast priests in Africa, the Americas, Australia and Asia?

Not very God-fearing, God-loving, or Jesus-like, those, I venture to say. Something critical has clearly been lost in translation and grossly distorted with the passage of time.

I agree completely with the idea you expressed that piety or faith in God Almighty is central to a life of peaceful co-existence and social justice for humankind, as Jesus said.

Therefore I suggest as a guide to useful action towards those ends, to raise us out of the torpor into which we have been lulled, the idea expressed in the following hadith:

We shoud each have such deep and abiding faith in God that we trust and know that all things depend solely on God…. but, nevertheless:

We should each act in such a manner as if everything were to depend solely on the quality and extent of our actions.

This is my understanding of wisdom brought forward into the realm of deeds.

It is not all that different from the wisdom expressed in the Bhagavad Gita, which is: to act with full intention, mindfulness, vigor, intelligence and courage, but not to be attached to the outcome, or fruit, of one’s actions.

For only God controls the ends.

But thanks to our free will, we do have a choice as to the means by which we act, or fail to act. And so for us, the means do in fact constitute the end. Truly, then, the means by which we choose to act must be just within and of themselves.

For, as a mercy, God gives us this most precious gift - the freedom of will to choose, to make moral choices. And the outcome of our actions depends upon God’s mercy, as well.

From God we arise and to God we must return.

Jesus called Paul into the ministry and Paul constantly reveres Jesus. Jesus predicted the future. Jesus stated that the scriptures bore witness to him as the source of their salvation. Jesus is called the Word of God in Rev. Jesus is the lamb slain from the foundation of the earth. Satan obeyed Jesus. The devils asked for permission to enter the swine. Jesus performed miracles before his death. God AND the Lamb are the light of the new heaven and earth. Man was created as a triune being just like God. Go back and read Genesis. Jesus didn’t rebuke after being worshiped. Believe what you will, but don’t be hasty about it. Ye do err not knowing the scriptures.

Amen. Brother.

I started reading your book and was following much of your argument, up until you linked Paul into the Luciferian conspiracy.

I have studied the letters of Paul in the original Greek and find lacking any evidence that he in any way supports some sort of Gnostic or Luciferian corruption of Jesus’ (as) teachings. Actually, he in at least of few of his letters is addressing the gnostic conspiracy and rebukes proponents of it and warns Christians about following their teachings.

The Way, the religion of Jesus (as) before it became more formalized as Christianity, taught that Jesus was God’s Word, the exact same title found in the Holy Qur’an. The Way did not teach that Jesus was some sort of divine-human hybrid that God procreated with Mary (as). Paul also would have rebuked such teaching and nowhere do you find him declaring anything of the sort.

True, Orthodox Christianity, does teach that Jesus (as) died on the Cross and then was resurrected and is now with God in heaven before he returns at the Last Day. But, the Qur’an does not necessarily deny his death (see Tabari’s Commentary on the Qur’an and well as a Classical Arabic dictionary for the words mutawaffika, and tawaffa), and the Qur’an absolutely confirms that Jesus was raised up to God.

Paul also does not abort the Law, nor did his version subvert the teachings of Jesus nor of Jesus’ brother James. There was a council where many different members shared from their experiences and opinions, then James made the final decision regarding circumcision not being required of Gentiles. But he did say that portions of the Law were not necessary for Gentiles who showed true faith, however, he did not do away with the 10 Commandments, just certain aspects of the Ceremonial Law that were more culturally and socially linked with the Jewish people.

I welcome more conversation about this, thanks. A concerned reader.


Only 7 months later…

Mr. Livingstone, I've been reconnecting with your work lately after hearing you on Red Ice a couple years ago. Everything is just absolutely fantastic – it's wonderful to see someone who is simultaneously so down-to-earth and informed about current geopolitics, yet able to trace ideologies back to their earliest roots.

On this article and comment, I would also have to disagree that Paul was a gnostic. I have recently been looking into Marcion, an early Christian heretic who was a "Paulite," and had a thriving movement that split the bible into the "just" god of the Judaics and the "good" God of Jesus, Luke and Paul. This isn't an apocryphal gospel – Marcion's work has been lost, but is available through contemporary criticism and early 20th century scholarship. I'd really recommend looking into Marcion if you havent – there's a lot that aligns very closely with subjects I've heard you discuss, and Marcion's "correct" Christian doctrine is in many ways closer to Islam than the Roman church.

Take a look at the Marcionite Library:

von Harnack's essay from "History of Dogma" sheds some light on the difference between Paul, the gnostics and the Romans, and the historical errors in comingling Paul with gnosticism.

Dear David,

I consider myself a Christian, who does not persist in the beliefs maintained by the churches and orthodoxy, namely the Pauline version adopted by a show of hands at the council of Nicea.

Ths is an excelent article which as is the case with all of your work based on factual evidence and not any form of `conspiracy` theory. Having read your book, (twice) along with Islamic accounts of the life of Christ, it is difficult to maintain any sort of belief in the Pauline message.

In fact, I actually think that the perpetuation of `Pauline` thought has in the long run done more to discredt Christianity than aid it.

In the book, `The Messianic Legacy` Baigent, Lincoln and Leigh go into the matter in great detail, and address the points you make quite substantially. What is amazing is that belief in the Pauline message still persists, even in the face of overwhelming eveidence to the contrary, and unfortunately only to the detriment of the faith.

Had the original Nazarene doctrine prevailed, I am fairly convinced that the message of Christ would still be revered and even more so, in a world which has never needed more, a divinely inpired path to follow which is devoid of deception and politico-theological machination.

Constantine lumped Christianity atop the Cult Of Sol Invictus, a close relative of Mithraism,  for expedient political reasons, and thereafter, the myth of Jesus as the `Sun` of God grew, whilst it was in the interests of the Illuminists for it to do so, and once it wasn't they turned on it like rabid dogs during the enlightenment and since.

I pondered recently regarding the faith I grew up with, but had always struggled to reconcile myself to; Surely, in this day and age, what I now know to be the Nazarene message, would be accepted by millions here in the west, disillusioned with what has been proven to be an erroneous and falsely propagated lie intended to deceive and control. Acceptance by Christians that Yeshua was a prophet with a divinely inspired message, as is recorded in the Holy Quran, would in time bring billions of believers together with love for the one true God, whether they be Christian or Muslim, and that would be a force which would destroy the Illuminati Conspiracy.

Well, that concept is the `engine` behind my humble project with the Righteous Alliance and hopefully, it will draw Christians and Muslims, and yes, Jews who realise that their faith has been coopted also.

Your work is of vital importance, and you are indeed the trustworthy and reliable voice of reason in a research field awash with people propagating improvable and improbable ideas. Thanks for that.


PS. The new site is terrific.

To help educate Christians.
Was Jesus born on December 25? There is no evidence for this date. So then, who decided that Jesus' birth would be celebrated on that date? The early Christian church did not celebrate Jesus' birth. It wasn't until A.D. 440 that the church officially proclaimed December 25 as the birth of Christ. This was not based on any religious evidence but on a pagan feast. Saturnalia was a tradition inherited by the Roman pagans from an earlier Babylonian priesthood. December 25 was used as a celebration of the birthday of the sun god. It was observed near the winter solstice.

The apostles in the Bible predicted that some Christians would adopt pagan beliefs to enable them to make their religion more palatable to the pagans around them. Therefore, some scholars think the church chose the date of this pagan celebration to interest them in Christianity. The pagans were already used to celebrating on this date.

The Bible itself tells us that December 25 is an unlikely date for His birth. Palestine is very cold in December. It was much too cold to ask everyone to travel to the city of their fathers to register for taxes. Also the shepherds were in the fields (Luke 2:8-12). Shepherds were not in the fields in the winter time. They are in the fields early in March until early October. This would place Jesus' birth in the spring or early fall. It is also known that Jesus lived for 33.5 years and died at the feast of the Passover, which is at Easter time. He must therefore have been born six months the other side of Easter - making the date around the September/October time frames.
These are just a few of the convincing proofs that Jesus was born sometime in the early autumn, not in the dead of winter when the pagans observed, and still celebrate, the birth of Nimrod.
Faced with these historical facts, and God's clear instruction about mixing pagan practices with worship of Him, we can conclude only that Jesus would not keep Christmas today. Christmas is, in fact, an affront to Him.
Since the teaching of Jesus was being corrupted by mans, we must go back to the original teach of Jesus in Qur’an

It is true that December 25 was not the date Christ was born, but because the Holy Catholic Apostolic Church of Christianity could not work out the exact date, they chose to make it on a pagan feast day with the goal of taking over paganism, and replacing it with true Christianity. There is no mixture of Christianity with paganism considering that the first 30 Popes were killed and martyred by the pagan Roman Empire, and supported by the Jewish whore of Babylon. The facts of the matter are that Christ gave power to His Church to bind and loosen including the Keys to the Kingdom of God Matthew 16:18-19, so Christ does support everything that the Church does. The Koran is just a book of pagan ramblings of Mohamed. It should be noted that the Holy Catholic Church and the Bible were organized nearly 200 years before the birth of Mohamed. We can see clearly that the Koran is not the word of God, and Christianity is not a religion of the book.

I think I need another profound Bible reading to fully understand all the nuances you tried to share to us here. Jesus birth, life and death were interpreted in so many ways in the last two thousand years, how do we know what's the right one?

Submit to the most numerous crowd who claims to speak for god.

I'm still waiting for god to publish a book in my language. Oh, why hasn't my people been blessed with prophets in direct communion with god!

I just wanted to let everyone know here that Anatoly Fomenko, Russian author of the "History: Fiction or Science?" series, speculates that the real grave of Jesus exists at the foot of Mount Beykos (or Beykoz), near Constantinople, on the shore of the Bosphorous, where he was also crucified. He also believes that Jesus was born in the year we know as 1153 AD and was crucified in 1185 AD. He also believes that historical accounts of "Rome" and "Jerusalem" were often referring to the city we know today as Constantinople, though those names have referred to other cities as well. (The Italian "Rome", he claims, was nothing more than a small town prior to the 1300s AD).

This grave is known as "The grave of Joshua, son of Nun". Locals identify him as "St. Joshua", and the site is a holy place for current Muslims, and was also an important site to visit for the European Crusaders.

You may balk at how insane that all sounds at first, but I figured I'd let you know about it because this is a conspiracy site. Despite Fomenko's flawed and sometimes downright stupid books (--he proposes in his 4th book that the western coast of America was occupied by Russians prior to European colonization), I believe the bulk of what he says: that the history of real events has been inflated, relocated, and duplicated (both accidentally and intentionally) along the chronological timeline, and thus all the so called "dark ages", periods of decline and chaos, were fabricated to fill these gaps. He believes what we know as "Antiquity" are just misinterpreted reflections of the real medieval events, which are known but less famous parts of history.

It is believable to me mainly because of my mistrust in humanity-- the idea is, people distorted and remixed history at every stage in order to support the validity of current ruling powers. I can't remember why he claims that the church wanted to push Jesus's time back a thousand years, but I think that's how it started. The Council of Trent was a key turning point in this, and apparently there was a bitter struggle between those who were trying to push the new "Scaligerian" chronology, and those who knew of the real history of the world, which is why the Council persisted for 18 years, from 1545 to 1563 (Book 1, pg 359), where Fomenko also claims the official texts of the Bible were established. It is astounding to learn in his books of the dubious and scanty evidence that our pillars of chronology (The "Roman Empire", as well as the Greeks and Egyptians) are currently based on.

As for how this massively distorted historical conception may serve the global elite, I don't know. But it's to their advantage to keep us as much in the dark as possible. They probably just let it continue because they wouldn't want people to know the extent of deception humanity is capable of.

Anyways, you can see the part of his book that talks about Jesus's grave here:

And you can buy his books here:

I luv the article on Paul, the Gnostic. One question I asked myself always:"why is it that Paul had access to palaces, kings, people in authority more than the apostles who walked, lived and talked with Jesus"?
Your article does say that we should ask q's, but data lacks.I do believe reading the 4 gospels, will make us see the message of Jesus in perspective more than the Pauline epistles and its doctrine, which contradicts the message of Jesus.
I would luv to see an article or part proof of the prophet Muhammed and how his prophecies fits into the biblical age for us as christians. I do believe there is a message in his books

I AM the only way to THY FATHER. The Illuminati, Siren Sisterhood, Lilith, goddess Dianna, Succubus & Incubus demon are in trouble, Satan & 1/3 fallen are about to be pushed back from ME willingly laying it down by gunshgot at SHILOH at 3:33 p.m. I will not fail against the fight to abolish the illuminmatis plan to kill 9 out 10 people world wide with the RFID CHIP. They have been twiddling fingers, shaking heels, pointing toes, scratching, and flicking hair for to long while they read our innermost thoughts. 

JOHN 3:16

NO MORE POTION#5 for ME, or Satanic brainwashing where they say "Do this" so you "Do that"

No more heart attacks either.


God bless in the name of JESUS CHRIST!

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