Secrets of the holy family

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After "The Virgin and the Priest" which is an amazing book, this next book, titled the secrets of the holy family is coming soon. I plan to buy it​


With exceptional insight and extraordinary research, Mark Gibbs unravels the sophisticated web of mystique surrounding Jesus' birth and discloses - for the first time in print - the long suppressed truth of his origins.

Upending centuries of collective denial and delusion, Secrets of the Holy Family makes sense of ambiguous biblical texts and hitherto undecipherable Renaissance masterpieces to reveal the unimaginable story of the Holy Family.

As the book unfolds, it becomes increasingly clear that certain ancients had a profound understanding of human genealogy that they related to the messianic idea. According to this view, the synchronous lives of Jesus, John the Baptist, and Mary Magdalene represented a rare opportunity for mankind that is not explained by Christian teaching. Indeed, the Church was the main protagonist in the subsequent campaign to eradicate this knowledge.

Secrets of the Holy Family is an unequivocal statement that the emperor has no clothes. Do we maintain the pretence? Or do we have the strength to recognize and admit the obvious when we see it? You decide.
 

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soliel10, is this a book that questions or promotes your own faith?
 

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soliel10, is this a book that questions or promotes your own faith?
Not specifically. The author had a connection with our movement over 25 years ago but went his own way
I have read his previous book, the virgin and the priest. He confirms some points that I already knew or agreed before. So that is nice to see it coming out from other sources.
Actually, I just checked Amazon. This new book is apparently out.

Personnaly, I do believe Jesus had a Father. Christianity needs to come to term with this. Zacharias, John the Baptist's father was Jesus' father too. John the Baptist and Jesus were half brothers. So many proofs are there for those who are open minded enough to read the research
 

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Not specifically. The author had a connection with our movement over 25 years ago but went his own way
I have read his previous book, the virgin and the priest. He confirms some points that I already knew or agreed before. So that is nice to see it coming out from other sources.
Actually, I just checked Amazon. This new book is apparently out.

Personnaly, I do believe Jesus had a Father. Christianity needs to come to term with this. Zacharias, John the Baptist's father was Jesus' father too. John the Baptist and Jesus were half brothers. So many proofs are there for those who are open minded enough to read the research
Christianity needs to come to grips with nothing of the sort. Zacharias was an old man, and his wife was a bit older. Mary was all of 14/15, and lived days away from Zacharias. It was assumed that both Z and his wife were infertile, and they accepted such.

Interesting personal belief...
 
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