JESUS WAS A SHAPE-SHIFTER : “INCORPOREAL” and could summon DEMONS
THEY created the Religions
ALL of them
A recently translated ancient text states that Jesus was shapeshifter.
A 1200 year old Egyptian text found in an Egyptian monastery known as the monastery of St. Michaels offers strange insight into more supernatural abilities Jesus allegedly had that the Bible never mentions.
The monastery was abandoned nearly a thousand years ago. It lies in ruins. Only in 1911 was it rediscovered. Nearly everything in it’s library was written in the ancient language of Coptic.
Not all the texts were able to be translated at the time of their discovery… That is …until recently.
In this library a very special text written by Saint Cyril of Jerusalem whom was a well-known theologian during his lifein the fourth century A.D. found.
Roelof Van den Broek of Ultrecht University recently translated it.
This text provides additional information to the story of Jesus… Information that isn’t in the Bible.
Apparently someone named Pontius Pilate allegedly ate dinner some days before Jesus was crucified and offered his own son to take Jesus’s place in the crucifixion.
“Well then, behold, the night has come, rise and withdraw, and when the morning comes and they accuse me because of you, I shall give them the only son I have so that they can kill him in your place.”
What did Jesus do in the situation?
Not only did he decline and bless the man’s house, but he explained how he could just escape capture and goes on to prove that he could easily do this by becoming invisible.
“Oh Pilate, you have been deemed worthy of a great grace because you have shown a good disposition to me.”
“Pilate, then, looked at Jesus and, behold, he became incorporeal: He did not see him for a long time…”
Or as the translation describes quote “incorporeal” which means to have no material existence like a ghost.
That’s not all though.
The text further goes on to state
“Then the Jews said to Judas: How shall we arrest him [Jesus], for he does not have a single shape but his appearance changes. Sometimes he is ruddy, sometimes he is white, sometimes he is red, sometimes he is wheat colored, sometimes he is pallid like ascetics, sometimes he is a youth, sometimes an old man…”
It’s interesting that this text is from something only about 350 years after the time of Jesus Christ.
The same man who translated this text also translated another one known as the Contra Celsum, written in around 200 A.D. by someone named Origen, whom at the time time was alsoa well known theologian. This text also makes a similar claim. It says that quote “to those who saw him [Jesus] he did not appear alike to all.”
If Jesus had these abilities, why weren’t they mentioned in the Bible…as in these texts they seemed to be mention™ed quite specifically.
If Jesus had these abilities. Why weren’t they mentioned in the Bible, or at least mentioned more specifically in the Bible.
And most mysterious of all, if according to the text written by Pontius Piilate….Jesus claimed he could have escaped the crucifixion as then…why didn’t he?
If accounts such as these claiming to have interactions with Jesus exist and are absent from the Bible…than what else is missing from its story as well?