AP, UPI: 27, January, 2009
Vatican Moles Break Silence on Hidden Gospels by Jesus of Nazareth.
An international group of theologians have been copying and removing long hidden documents from the Vatican and other undisclosed locations that the Catholic Church had repressed.
The Vatican has broadly condemned their actions, and refute the documents validity.
“These false documents are too dangerous to ever see the light of day.
“There would be widespread societal breakdown, chaos, riots should these criminals ever publish these documents. There is no evidence these are authentic documents, and to quote from them would be possibly end society as we know it.
We condemn them.“
Our sources say, these are gospels written by Jesus of Nazareth himself, who not only studied under the rabbis of his day, but traveled extensively during his “missing” years, and continued to do so into his 90’s.
They contend Jesus was a scholar, and left writings quite contrary to the Biblical Texts we have come to accept, in fact in most cases, contradict them entirely.
More importantly, they claim the largest volume of these writings, in ancient Aramaic, were written when Jesus himself was quite elderly, exposing that he continued to live and travel after 30 AD. His “Symbolic Death and Resurrection,” he claimed, was necessary to leave Israel and continue teaching elsewhere. Jesus’ claim that His Resurrection was symbolic has shaken the very foundation of Christianity.
His response to where his “Christian” followers were heading was not kind.
The volumes have been under study for years by this group of theologians, and the Vatican has threatened excommunication of anyone who reads the texts they have decided to publish. They have condemned these Gospels, and fear reprisals from people who may believe in them, and will be angered that they have been intentionally suppressed.
These are the words they consider most damning:
Let no man speak for God.
Let no man raise himself to a position to speak for God, nor intercede on your behalf.
Following priests, rabbis or holy men is as repulsive to God as idol worship.
Further reading exposes Jesus’ love of studying under other scholars, but only as a tool to find ones own truth, including accepting atheism as valid.
The controversy surrounding the publication of these Scriptures has Global implications.