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The Jesus Hoax.

Updated on May 5, 2016

Forged Catacomb Painting

Some of Nero's bad art was later copied onto the walls of the catacombs.
Some of Nero's bad art was later copied onto the walls of the catacombs. | Source

Their Names are "Legion".

Since Ancient Roman times a secret order of monks and their wealthy overlords have been changing history to suit their own ends. They go by many names and have been infiltrating governments and places of education to create the story of Jesus in order to control people's minds.

This Hub will categorically prove that the alleged Apostles, the Emperor Nero, and the builders of the catacombs were conspiring together to create an elaborate story book to control the population. The mythological "Jesus" was a First Century "Sting" worthy of modern Hollywood.

How better to control the rowdy population than with a story about a man tortured and nailed to a cross Roman style? Bread and Circuses cost a fortune therefore secret organizations invented the story of Jesus to scare the populace into submission. Special effects were written into the story to awe and amaze a gullible people. Slaves were also becoming restless and needed a constant reminder of the punishments meted out to those who transgressed.

In Roman times it was called the Evil Order of Craksus. In medieval times it was known as the Illuminati. Later still in modern times it became the Sons of The Desert.

What was the Order of Craksus? Craksus was the leader of the Ancient Roman "Mafia" that controlled the real power of the time: Rome's Army. The Order was made up of corrupt powerful leaders of business who could make or break Emperors.

The "Sons of the Desert" modern day Illuminati

The last supper before the next one.
The last supper before the next one. | Source

The Last Supper?

While these leaders of ancient finance were planning nefarious deceptions they held many late night lavish suppers. This tradition of huge banquets still continues today. Hidden camera shots of one such banquet from the 1940's have now been made available. There was no Last Supper only a constant reference to what was decided at "the last supper".

Note the Middle Eastern fashion used by the predominately white male members! These evil geniuses plotted the incredibly phony story of Jesus by bribing historians and employing artists and writers to create "history".

"Semitic Shem" and the "Apostles"

There were no Apostles at all. They were merely the main exalted leaders of the Order of the Sons of the Desert, a branch of the Illuminati, who later infiltrated Islam to change their scriptures to include Jesus in their list of prophets with the help of "Shem".

Shem and the sons of Shem were the chief Middle Eastern connection. They could speak and write in over a dozen Middle Eastern dialects and were invaluable in doctoring the scriptures of Islam. This was surprisingly easy to do as the early Muslims had no interest whatsoever in the security or safekeeping of their most important historical documents.

Likewise Shem, and the sons of Shem, travelled to India to alter Hindu historical records simply by writing extra content into unguarded libraries throughout the land without opposition.

A photo of the modern direct descendent of the genius Shem ( Anglised as Shemp) has been included below.

All letters and writings of these phony "Apostles" were easily fabricated by artisans and passed off to the population as real. During wine drenched banquets they wrote the most exquisite new ethics of compassion and spiritual love while drunk. It was that easy.

Descendants Still Active.

The evil modern day Shem(p) hard at work forging history with the mere stroke of a pen. Anyone could do it.
The evil modern day Shem(p) hard at work forging history with the mere stroke of a pen. Anyone could do it. | Source

The Order of Craksus Biggus Horribilium

Emperor Nero was only eager to entertain guests with his songs and musical performances. Totally invented and fictitious followers of "Jesus" were rounded up and given forced performances of Nero's art. Historians of the time were forced at sword point to record that Nero put on lavish brutal spectacles in the arena to hide their embarrassment at having such a delicate effeminate leader. It is recorded that Nero would cry at the sight of a hurt kitten, how therefore could he kill people in the arena??

There were in fact no Christians being fed to the lions in the arena! Lion meat itself was served to these pampered captive audiences. Nero was just an artist who couldn't fully live up to the demands of the Secret Order. He was forced to play along with Craksus' plans to keep the population under control with stories of a tortured hero, self sacrifice and spiritual love. Nero was totally innocent and had no choice but to follow orders.

Nero was "gentle as a lamb": the fictitious Jesus character was actually modelled on Nero, hence the references to the lamb-like "shepherd".

Nero began a tradition of painting bad art during all night orgies in the large tombs of Rome to perpetuate the myth of Jesus. He did this to atone for his mediocrity and lack of brutality.

Nero was really just a nice guy manipulated by the Evil Order.

Modern Exalted Leader of the Sons of the Desert.

A recent photo of the Grand Exalted Leader of the Sons of the Desert.
A recent photo of the Grand Exalted Leader of the Sons of the Desert. | Source

Typical Ancient Roman Lion.

Aw....contrary to public opinion Lions are NOT DANGEROUS!
Aw....contrary to public opinion Lions are NOT DANGEROUS! | Source

Inked Order of Craksus Horribilium

Document verifying the actions of the Order of Kraksus Biggus Horribilius
Document verifying the actions of the Order of Kraksus Biggus Horribilius | Source

Translation of the "Horribilium".

Here is the following translation of the recently discovered Horribilium text. It is written in bizarre rhyme for what still remains unknown reasons:

"I am Craksus, part of the Axis, we all collect taxes,

We invented Jesus, to get rid of the Caesars, in order to please ya's".

It's here the script ends but it clearly spells out the truth just like the miniscule fragment of script that totally proved Jesus was married. The fact of Jesus's marriage in no way contradicts his nonexistence. Er..I'll explain that in another hub.

Cannibal Cults in Ancient Rome

There were many cannibal cults in ancient Rome. This grew from the practice of drinking the blood of gladiators, and when they died in the arena, eating their flesh. It is well known that at the end of each arena spectacle the flesh of all animal and human victims were cooked up in a huge feast. This was called the "Bread and Blood" supper. To be honest most of ancient Rome still practiced cannibalism.

One particular cannibal cult preferred the tender flesh of infants. They were known as the Hungry Wise Men who traveled hundreds of kilometers to harvest fresh infants.

Herbs and Spices.

The hungry wise men with herbs and spices for "the feast of the infant".
The hungry wise men with herbs and spices for "the feast of the infant". | Source

Reader's Input: Don't Be Afraid!

I would like you the reader to tell me what you know about the "Jesus Hoax". Pertinent facts will be included in this Hub with your written permission.

Do not fear the unknown and bravely speak up about what you know. Let's build a Hub together about the Jesus Hoax. The 50 cents we make here will be equally shared by all.

Wake Up People: It's Not Really 2016AD!

It's not 2016AD. Why? Because there was no "after the death of Christ".
It's not 2016AD. Why? Because there was no "after the death of Christ". | Source

Bibliography

1. "The God Delusion" by Richard Dawkins.

2. "Jesus: Who??" by Ron Burgundy, published by Disney University.

3. "Messiah Shmassiah" by Professor Von Palawotifski of the Institute of Conspiratorial Studies.

4. "How to Write a Hollywood Blockbuster" by Dan Brown.

5. "Conspiracy Theory" at Wikipedia.

6. "Paranoid Delusions", Encyclopaedia of Psychiatry.

7. "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" by Abuncha Looniez

8. "The Life of Brian" by Montague Python

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    • Nell Rose profile image

      Nell Rose 7 months ago from England

      Thanks for the laugh! lol! some people just don't get it! she points to above comment and shakes head!

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      Oztinato 8 months ago from Australia

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      You realise of course this hub is a send up of other silly atheist hubs.

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      BODYLEVIVE 8 months ago from Alabama, USA

      To each, their own. Me and my house will serve the Lord, Jesus Christ. The time will come when every knee will bow and confess that Jesus is Lord! Be blessed

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      Oztinato 8 months ago from Australia

      Hx

      Yes it makes a kind of believers Monty Python film plot against atheists!

      It's also similar to a certain unmentionable hubber from Disneyland university and others who keep writing the same stuff; but they do it in all seriousness!

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      Hxprof 8 months ago from Clearwater, Florida

      Oztinato, enjoyed the piece. Laughable how these conspiracy theories get traction, but the fact is, if someone doesn't want to accept Christ as Lord and Savior, nothing will stop them.

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      just helen 9 months ago from Dartmoor UK

      Call me dim, Oz but do you believe he existed, or not?

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      Oztinato 18 months ago from Australia

      No problem.

      Yeah as I was filling out the questionnaire on the site the site froze so I had to shut it down. Immediately I noticed virus warnings on my phone's security system! This site is supposed to be safe! RSVP is also highly rated but it was rotten with viruses and scam artists. I estimated that 80% of the people were scammers.

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      Yves 18 months ago

      Oztinato....just got notification (today) of your comment on my hub (in which you asked about viruses). Don't know why there was a delay...

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      Damian 19 months ago from Naples

      Just giving new email address. Will resend. Oz, hope you are well and keep up thegoodwork.

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      Oztinato 19 months ago from Australia

      Damian

      did you send an email? Please re send.

      If people say there were no apostles and someone else fabricated their writings then they are talking about conspiracy theories: such conspiracy theories are a modern fad and many such people are subject to psychological therapy.

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      Damian 19 months ago from Naples

      What do they do with all of the science in the Bible?

      It took til Columbus in 1492 to realize the world was round. Isaiah writes about a circular earth 2200 years earlier. Pray for them because God is not playing around.

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      Lawrence Hebb 19 months ago from Hamilton, New Zealand

      You think it's bad what they say about Jesus? You want to see what they do to science to get the 'accident' of creation of our universe!

      By the way Oz HP have made some changes that made things look a little different.

      Lawrence

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      Oztinato 19 months ago from Australia

      Savvy

      thanks.

      I get busy at work often and "disappear" on occasion. Also I think the site was playing up because it looked different when I opened this hub up.

      Yes there are many people on HP trying to put square pegs in round holes when it comes to history. It always suggests humour to me so I respond with cynical humour.

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      Yves 19 months ago

      Not sure if you received my last comment. Long story short, you might enjoy a book entitled, Fabricating Jesus: How Modern Scholars Distort the Gospels, by Craig A. Evans.

      Fun post! Amazing what some folks believe. And they like to say we're deluded. Very odd.

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      Yves 19 months ago

      Oztinato, amazing the fables authors and so-called scholars come up with. How anyone can blatantly disregard the criteria for authenticity, archeological findings and serious scholarship is anyone's guess. You might enjoy a book called "Fabricating Jesus: How Modern Scholars Distort the Gospels," by Craig A. Evans, a renowned New Testament scholar.

      When I first began reading this hub, I was highly dismayed, until I realized you were revealing the ridiculousness of this particular school of thought. Many are deceived into believing such nonsense. And those same people call us "deluded sheep." Ironic.

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      Oztinato 19 months ago from Australia

      Lawrence

      all good. What the online atheists do is thinly disguised hate speech. It's designed to be deliberately offensive to get more "hits". According to modern dictionaries this is called antireligous trolling. Many of the offenders only put out offensive antireligous hubs. I think it's fair to say that those individuals who have half or more antireligous hubs are in fact trolling.

      I refuse to be polite to someone who is manifestly trying to be intolerant of religion. I have to note at this point that there is not one religious moderator on HP. That said they are still doing a huge difficult job moderately well.

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      Lawrence Hebb 19 months ago from Hamilton, New Zealand

      Oz

      I'd agree with what you say above. Jesus is firmly established in history as is 99% of the Old Testament (I'd say 100% but that's me) to say he never existed is to say that the greatest teaching given to and by men is built on a lie! Dress it any way you want but the fact remains it's a lie!

      History screams that Jesus was real, he walked this earth, he talked to people, he healed the sick and raised the dead! not to mention he was raised from the dead and it's all documented but the naysayers refuse to accept the testimony of those who were there! (and they say they're being impartial????)

      I can understand those who say he lived but don't accept him as GOD or LORD, that's their choice and it might be they need greater proof but to deny history!!!

      I'll still argue the point with them because left unchallenged people who aren't aware might start to think there's truth to what they claim and that I can't let happen!!!

      Sorry for the rant!

      Lawrence

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      Oztinato 19 months ago from Australia

      Lawrence

      there is only one way to deal with the ridiculous and that unfortunately is ridicule.

      Little Hubs can't change history. There are numerous proofs which taken holistically can't be discarded. The early Christian art for example and historical records records of other religions.

      Trying to present religious bigotry disguised as false history is really unbearably hypocritical. It always has to be accompanied by the most complex silly conspiracy theories.

      Early developed Christian art of the Byzantine era shows evidence of a powerful new philosophy expressed in the most vibrant and inspiring forms. A new philosophy had taken enormous very rapid hold of Rome by the mid 1st Century AD. This was the start of modern times as we know it today. The Ancient Roman people were sick of the slaughter and bad ethics and the natural human spirit embraced the philosophy of compassion.

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      Lawrence Hebb 19 months ago from Hamilton, New Zealand

      Oz

      An interesting 'tongue in cheek' presentation showing just how ludicrous the whole 'doubting Jesu's historicity' really is!

      I've given up arguing this on some hubs as they're wanting to believe that delusion!

      I'll still debate and question things, but I want documented evidence from those who write these things as when I went to their sources I found the opposite was argued! (Ehrahman argues there was a real Jesus!)

      Enjoyed the hub once I realized it was tongue in cheek

      Lawrence

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      Oztinato 19 months ago from Australia

      Little hubs can't change history. Justifying atheism to each other is just sad.

      There were huge social and artistic changes as well that expressed a brand new energy and extraordinary freshness.

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      Damian 19 months ago from Naples

      If they pull out only certain information are they not being completely selective. They make these theories of theirs seem like fact when in reality it is anything but.

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      Oztinato 19 months ago from Australia

      Damian

      if a person is forced to look at all of the first and second century evidence holistically it is overwhelming. If however they write one hub denigrating one piece of evidence in isolation they feel justified on that point. I noticed recently in one hub the idea of "forged" historical documents had to be raised by an atheist because it didn't fit in ie Nero didn't persecute christians because the historians documents were forged etc.. Forgery is directly related to theories of conspiracy. This will always have to come up in atheist arguments as soon as their narrowly focused idea meets another related bit of evidence. It is often just ignored. Jesus appearing in various other religion's documents for example. Eventually another hub will pop up challenging just the authenticity of just one other religion's records about Jesus without holistically relating it to say the actual scriptures which they say were faked. Faked = conspiracy to defraud.

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      Damian 19 months ago from Naples

      I do not understand why looking at evidence comprehensively leads them to feel everything is a conspiracy. These relics more often then not have been dated archaeologically. If what they are saying were true there would be sufficient reason to doubt everything. Where would history be that point?

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      Oztinato 19 months ago from Australia

      Damian

      this is the reason why many chronic atheists tend to deal with each piece of history at a time: thus removing the need to look at all the evidence in the discussion. Their "reasoning" inevitably has to lead to a conspiracy theory if all the evidence is looked at. There are first century Roman modest houses with a secret plain room with a tiny baptismal font. It quickly became impossible to have outdoor baptisms due to persecution.

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      Damian 19 months ago from Naples

      The more research one does the more you discover the historicity of Jesus and very early Christianity. They have and continue to discover lead codices dating back to 70 AD and before. Caves uncovering homes with crosses on their walls dating back that far. The non believers refuse to look at real evidence. What do they need a brick to fall on their head or maybe a Bible.

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      Oztinato 19 months ago from Australia

      Damian

      I know of no other way to respond to the ridiculous idea that Jesus never existed other than with ridicule. I may as well get it all out here and leave them to cook in it (no pun intended).

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      Damian 20 months ago from Naples

      Fantastic job Oz. Quite interesting and the non believers call us paranoid. Maybe it takes one to know one.