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John R. Spofforth - The Dead Sea Scrolls Jesus
The idea that Jesus died in crucifixion is countered by the Jesus of the Dead Sea Scrolls. They reveal that Jesus was resuscitated by the magician (parmacist) Simon Magus. He was not resurrected but fled with his followers to Rome. There, he married Mary Magdalene, then divorced her to marry Lydia, a minor New Testament figure. He sired
three or four children. For some 40 years, Jesus led his Kibbutrz until the Jewish Uprising in 67-70 "A.D." In all probability, Jesus and members
of the commune were killed in that war.
Author: John R. Spofforth Date: 09-04-2006

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