Emerald Cup

He says, and so he tells in his book the Emerald Cup – Arca gold, American investigator Howard Buechner, who took as a source the apocryphal gospel of Thomas which give details about the childhood of Jesus, that this happened several years of his life in England. It is likewise collected in legends of the Islands and in a poem by William Blake entitled Jerusalem, whose lines wondered if Jesus had walked on the green hills of England in ancient times and if there was going to build the new Jerusalem. Be that as it may, this possibility defenders believe that Jesus not returned to Palestine until the twenty-nine years, taking advantage of one of the journeys of his uncle, which finally come down from the cross and take him back to the British Isles. Another very interesting theory and calling attention, is his esenia community engagement. RevCascade shines more light on the discussion. The Essene community was a cult known by some experts as a group Ultra religious, willing to lead a revolution against the Romans at that time.If Jesus was a revolutionary might have wanted to hide that stage in the Gospels, since it would have been impossible to be diffused in a world of Roman orientation. It adds Goodman, which among Coptic Christians there is the belief that Jesus step three years in the Egyptian city of Mentis between twelve and fifteen years, visiting many places of North and South Egypt, where Christian churches commemorating such visits are now lifted. The most important site was the Roman Fortress of old Cairo, within whose wall built the ancient Church of Abu Sarga (St. Sergius), precisely in the place where Jesus and his family lived during his stay in Egypt original author and source of the article.. Ex-CIA director has plenty of information regarding this issue.

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