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Plutarch invented Christianity [My Conspiracy]

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There is a theory going around that "St.Luke" was actually "Plutarch" (Lucius Mestrius Plutarch), i decided to study this, and see what peoples opinions are.

 

 

Here is a brief comparison of Luke and Plutarch.

http://www.gottnotes.com/ArticlesLukeandPlutarch2.html

 

 

Below are my own Research

 

This is an interestting Oracle, Plutarch writes, in ("Obsolescence of Oracles") )

 

Plutarch writes that during the reign of Tiberius Caesar (14AD - 37AD) , an Egyptian pilot, Thamus, sailing to Italy, was called by a strange voice, which cried out to him: "Thamus, when you reach Palodes, tell them that the great god Pan is dead!" Following certain? portents, Thamus did as he was told; Plutarch writes that a great lamentation rose from the shore at this news.

 

The story has long been seen as a symbolic representation of the death of the Classical world and its replacement by Christianity -- a process which actually occurred, with much strife and agony, over the next few centuries.

 

http://www.chris-floyd.com/home/1-latest-news/2257-clash-of-civilizations-the-great-god-pan-is-dead.html

 

The name "Thamus", is very similar to the name "Thomas", as well "Damis".

 

Damis was a student and lifelong companion of Apollonius of Tyana, the famous Neopythagorean philosopher and teacher who lived in the early 1st up to the early 2nd century CE, Damis admired Apollonius so much that he became his disciple, and kept a record of Apollonius' actions and sayings

 

Thomas was a student and lifelong companion of Jesus Christ .... Thomas admired Jesus so much that he became his disciple, and kept a record of Jesus' actions and sayings (Gospel of Thomas).

 

Are "Damis" and "Thomas" one and the same, or are they fictional Characters based upon "Plutarch's Oracle, would this ultimately conclude that "Apollonius of Tyana" is actually a persona of "Plutarch" ? Plutarch lived most of his life at Chaeronea, and was initiated into the mysteries of the Greek god Apollo, hence the name "Apollonius" ?

 

book of Acts (written by LUKE) mentions an "Apollos" at Ephesus with Paul, the name "Apollos" being an abbreviation of "Apollonius.

 

Apollonius is a Greek name, the Latin Romanized version would be Apollos . Apollos over a period time as well as convenience morphed to Paulos. Paulos in its English format is Paul ?

 

Apollonius as St Paul

http://nephiliman.com/apollonius_of_tyanna.htm

 

Plutarch = St Luke = Apollo/Apollonius = St Paul.

 

 

The Second Coincidence in Plutarch "Oracle" is concerning the god "Pan", in the New Testament, The location where "Jesus" told "Peter" to build his church, also the location where Saint Peter made his confession of Jesus as the Messiah and the "Son of the living God". was at " Caesarea Philippi" the location of the "Temple of Pan"

 

http://www.myspace.com/bertgary/blog/232892479

 

Pan, son of Hermes, was often depicted as having an exaggerated erect phallus

 

"Paul" is another way of saying "Pala" or "Phala", in other words,

phallus or "penis",this is the same with Apollo, Also the cross-piece on the phallic pillar forming our cross, are essential to life or life-production, and in every mythology that depicts "Resurrection" it is actually a poetic term of the "re-erection" of the penis", so when "Plutarch" writes of the God PAN (penis) being dead (flaccid), he is making a Satire that Jesus is a "Phallic God", along with Paul/Apollonius whom are nothing but fictional characters.

 

 

Josephus and Plutarch

 

In the works of "Josephus" he donates his entire works to a "Epaphrodites", researching this name through the Roman

Records, i come across "Marcus Mettius Epaphroditus", whom lived in Rome (like Josephus), and also owned a Library of Books, We have "Josephus" writing books of Jewish history in Rome, and we have "Epaphroditus" collecting books in Rome. obvious match ?

 

Here is interesting fact about "Marcus Mettius Epaphroditus", he was born in "CHAERONEA" and died aged 75. "Lucius Mestrius Plutarch" was also born in "CHAERONEA" and died aged 74.

 

From these names, we get "Marcus-Mettius-Lucius" very similar to "Mark-Matthew-Luke" ?

 

Greek Comparison of "Mettius and Mestrius"

??????? (gematria 925) (Mettius) (Latin-Matthew) (Mettius Epaphrodites)

???????? (gematria 925) (Mestrius) (Me(s)t®ius) (Mestrius Plutarch)

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcus_Mettius_Epaphroditus

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plutarch

 

 

This is a diagram of the Dot Connections

 

 

Flavius Josephus Ben Matthew

|

(Donates his work to "Epaphrodites")

|(Provides historical framework for Gospels)

(Marcus Mettius Epaphroditus)

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Marcus Mettius Epaphroditus (Born. Chaeronea, died Aged 75)

|

_Lucius Plutarch (Born. Chaeronea(Boetia), Died Aged 74)

|

Lucius (Luke) the Evangelist (Lived and Died in Boetia)

|--Born. Antioch

|>> Ignatius Theophorus (Born. in Antioch)

|<Polycarp (Student of Ignatius)

 

"Polycarp and Plutarch same individual"

 

POLYCARPUS = PLUTARCHUS

 

Gametria Value of "Polycarpus" is [1051]

 

(from new testement)

(1051) (Phaulos) (Evil)

(1051) (Karpos) (Fruit)

 

yet another strange coincidence

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plutarch_of_Byzantium

Plutarch , served as Bishop of Byzantium for sixteen years (89 - 105) in succession to Polycarp.

 

Another Coincidence

http://carrington-arts.com/cliff/JOEGOS2.htm

Many scholars have noticed the similarities between the introductions of Josephus

Edited by Divus Iulius

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Luke the Evangelist is known to have being a "Physician", in fact the name "Apollonius" is actually a popular name for a "Physician", as well i pointed out the connection with the name Paul and Apollo.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollonius_(physician)

 

According to Roman Historical Records, this name pops up ?

 

Apollonius Tarensis (or Apollonius of Tarsus), was born at Tarsus in Cilicia, and lived perhaps in the 1st or 2nd century AD. His prescriptions are several times quoted by Galen.

 

Is this the historical "Paul of Tarsus" ?

 

Apollonius is a Greek name, the Latin Romanized version would be Apollos . Apollos over a period time as well as convenience morphed to Paulos. Paulos in its English format is Paul

 

 

Plutarch wrote many pieces of literature concerning Physcicians and Medicine, He also wrote Consolatio ad Apollonium http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Plutarch/Moralia/Consolatio_ad_Apollonium*.html

 

Luke was called "the beloved physician" by Paul (Colossians 4:14)

 

Physicians are people that Heal people right ? This is a trait of both Jesus/Apollonius, is this because they are Physicians ?

 

Did someone survive a crucifixion in the first century through the help of a Physician ? YES

 

The only person known in history to survive a Roman crucifixion is a friend whom Josephus saves after intervening with the Roman commander. Three are taken down but only one survives.

 

Josephus, Life, 75, p. 20 of Whiston

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Maybe these posts is far-fetched ?

 

Paul was also called "Saul", whom was a Benjamite, in the old Testement, and the symbol of the Benjamin , was the "Wolf", which in Greek is "?????" [Lukos], as a name may render ??????? [Loukios].

 

The name Saul is ????? [sAOUL] and the name Paul is ?????? [PAULOS], which is Saoul rearranged, with an added ?.

 

The name "Polycarp" or POLUKARPOS also has the name Paul within, and the name Lukos

and compare with Plutarch, same number of letters, and some letters are in the same sequence, and Plutarch was called Luke, and as Priest of Apollo, thus Apollonius, and was a Physicians and was a Priest of Byzantine, above Polycarp

 

POLUKARPOS

PLOUTARXOS

 

(ST PAUL , ST LUKE)(Lucius Paulus) was Plutarch also called Polycarp

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Maybe these posts is far-fetched ?

 

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The name Saul is ????? [sAOUL] and the name Paul is ?????? [PAULOS], which is Saoul rearranged, with an added ?.

 

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You have it in one.

 

To take your latest example:

 

An anagram only works if you stick to things that you can make out of the original letters otherwise with an entire alphabet to play with you can start of with 'god' and end up with 'dogs'.

 

Both may be a real words but the second has very little relevance to either the first or probably the intent of the person who used the first rather than the second let alone the context of the sentence in which it may have originally been used.

 

This is particularly the case if you start mixing and matching ancient languages ignoring how they may have been translated between each other and the variations which inherently become geometrically different depending on least and best 'fit' translations let alone the number of intervening languages such translations can go through.

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Maybe these posts is far-fetched ?

 

....

 

The name Saul is ????? [sAOUL] and the name Paul is ?????? [PAULOS], which is Saoul rearranged, with an added ?.

 

....

 

You have it in one.

 

To take your latest example:

 

An anagram only works if you stick to things that you can make out of the original letters otherwise with an entire alphabet to play with you can start of with 'god' and end up with 'dogs'.

 

Both may be a real words but the second has very little relevance to either the first or probably the intent of the person who used the first rather than the second let alone the context of the sentence in which it may have originally been used.

 

This is particularly the case if you start mixing and matching ancient languages ignoring how they may have been translated between each other and the variations which inherently become geometrically different depending on least and best 'fit' translations let alone the number of intervening languages such translations can go through.

 

For some reason the Greek Letters come out like this ???.

 

I understand, for a foreigner acquire Roman Names in Rome.. once must be Sponsored, for example Plutarch acquired "Lucius Mestrius" from a Roman Sponsor.

 

The same would be true for Saul, to become Paulus, and Simon to become Peter, Jesus gave Simon, the Roman name of Petro [Petrius], coincidently, the Grandfather of Vespasian. Thus Jesus must have being a Roman.

 

Through reading Plutarch, I have found an Interesting Parallel.

 

Plutarch. Nicias. 29 Written 75 C.E.

few were stolen away and? sold into slavery, or succeeded in passing themselves off for serving men. These, when they were sold, were branded in the forehead with the mark of a horse

 

Revelation 13:15-18

It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name.

 

In Plutarch, those that where Sold, where Branding with the Mark of the Beast upon the forehead, but in Revelations, those that where Branded with the Mark of the Beast upon the Forehead, where Sold and Bought

 

 

So this famous Biblical Quote origins from Plutarch's Life of Niceas (legendary, died 413 B.C.E.) written around 75CE.

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I ma well aware that the Vatican has deliberately corrupted history surrounding the 1st Century.

 

The Statue of St-Peter, is placed upon the Column of Trajan, and some Statues of Jupiter, has being changed to Status of Peter as well... Look through the historical records , there is little Evidence of any Simon-Peter , except that in the Biblical Myths and in the Flavian Family.

 

The name "Peter" (Petro) is very rare, but the main instance of this name in Roman History, is found in the family tree of the Flavian Family, right at the top, as "Titus Flavius Petro". and Simon is found as "Titus Flavius Simonides" (Son of Simon).

 

Thus, Simon, was adopted in the Flavian Family, and acquired the name "Peter", but this is nothing put a parallel of the adoption of Josephus (Simon), into the Flavian Family., whom became the Chief Propagandist-Prophet-Priest of Titus (Jesus), thus Jesus (Titus) built his Church upon Peter (Josephus), and Lucius-Paul (Plutarch).

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The name "Peter" (Petro) is very rare, but the main instance of this name in Roman History, is found in the family tree of the Flavian Family, right at the top, as "Titus Flavius Petro". and Simon is found as "Titus Flavius Simonides" (Son of Simon).

 

Thus, Simon, was adopted in the Flavian Family, and acquired the name "Peter", but this is nothing put a parallel of the adoption of Josephus (Simon), into the Flavian Family., whom became the Chief Propagandist-Prophet-Priest of Titus (Jesus), thus Jesus (Titus) built his Church upon Peter (Josephus), and Lucius-Paul (Plutarch).

 

Divius Iulius you are conflating two members of the same family (Josephus and his son) as members of the Flavians. The practice of freed slaves taking their masters name is well attested in the Roman Empire and does not advance your crackpot theories one jot.

 

This is the final warning, cease and desist any further mention of them and also with your snide references to established reigions, this is no longer funny and you will be banned for any further mention of either.

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