Was Jesus a magician?

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One thing is certain. Anyone involved in science today would surely love to have a magic wand.

We could convert all of our theories and postulates into reality with its simple touch, and no one could discredit them - simply because it was done by magic!

But do we know the proper incantations to make it work? That could launch a whole new area of research - Incantationology!

Where to begin seems the biggest question.
 
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Why God creating Adam w/o any parents does not make God his father/mother but God creating Jesus w/o father makes God his father?
Maybe Jesus was a great but fully human prophet (just like Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, ...)?
 
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Why God creating Adam w/o any parents does not make God his father/mother but God creating Jesus w/o father makes God his father?
Maybe Jesus was a great but fully human prophet (just like Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, ...)?
Ok, Adam is not the direct son of God, it's like saying a lion is a child of God just because God made the lion. That applies back to Adam, however, Jesus is the Son of God, only because hod but Jesus into a mortal womb and giving Jesus a Mortal Body. If you are also wondering why Christians call ourselves Children of God, it is because if we accept Jesus. His blood covers us, so God will only see the blood of Jesus, his son, so God will see us under the protection of Jesus, and as his own children Hope this helps!
 
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Jesus' ability to defeat death, heal people and produce food and drink elevated him above Roman gods in the eyes of many people. A wand would have enhanced that image.

Was Jesus a magician? : Read more
All religions are a belief and magic!

But, it's a fact that magic doesn't exist
and Jesus' use of magic if he existed at all was very typical of hundreds if not thousands of street healers, charlatans, scammers, Preachers, and messiahs of which there were about 300 before during and after imaginary Jesus existed.

From all indications from historical records it appears that the Romans created Jesus as a new religion as a cash cow And to unify the Roman state. inventing gods what's the typical and existed for hundreds of years with Jesus not being anything special until pagan Emperor Constantine.

Furthermore, Jesus was patterned after the Vespasian Caesars, Who before imaginary Jesus was created performed exactly the same kind of healing, bringing people back from the dead turning water into wine etc.

Other "healer gods" such as Sepias existed long before imaginary Jesus showed up.

Christians are going to have to realize they have been bamboozled by the Roman catholic forgery factory which started this fraud on a big scale in 311 A.D..

In the first century, there were competing Christian groups would at least 11 versions of Jesus. Furthermore, Paul whose letters also preceded the 4 gospels rails against do you other Christians who had divergent views of what imaginary Jesus as a new God should be like.

When looking at the four Gospels it is amazing the Christians aren't stunned by how many divergent views Of the personality of Jesus make it appear that none of the apostles who wrote the gospels knew each other or even knew Jesus.

And because of so many versions of Jesus In the Bible, if he actually existed he appeared to have a multiple personality disorder.

For more information read:

"Nailed: Mything in action" by David Fitzgerald*

"Creating Christ" by James S Valliant & CW Fahy

"Ceasar's Messiah" by Joseph Atwill (This was the first book that alerted theologians and historians that the Romans created Jesus.)

*(And further archaeological research Has shown that the early Christians used exactly the same logo as the Roman empire of "two fishes or a dolphin on an anchor" which was also minted it on millions of coins. The "Christian cross" was not used is the primary symbol of Christianity until pagan Emperor Constantine in 311AD.)
 
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All religions are a belief and magic!

But, it's a fact that magic doesn't exist
and Jesus' use of magic if he existed at all was very typical of hundreds if not thousands of street healers, charlatans, scammers, Preachers, and messiahs of which there were about 300 before during and after imaginary Jesus existed.

From all indications from historical records it appears that the Romans created Jesus as a new religion as a cash cow And to unify the Roman state. inventing gods what's the typical and existed for hundreds of years with Jesus not being anything special until pagan Emperor Constantine.

Furthermore, Jesus was patterned after the Vespasian Caesars, Who before imaginary Jesus was created performed exactly the same kind of healing, bringing people back from the dead turning water into wine etc.

Other "healer gods" such as Sepias existed long before imaginary Jesus showed up.

Christians are going to have to realize they have been bamboozled by the Roman catholic forgery factory which started this fraud on a big scale in 311 A.D..

In the first century, there were competing Christian groups would at least 11 versions of Jesus. Furthermore, Paul whose letters also preceded the 4 gospels rails against do you other Christians who had divergent views of what imaginary Jesus as a new God should be like.

When looking at the four Gospels it is amazing the Christians aren't stunned by how many divergent views Of the personality of Jesus make it appear that none of the apostles who wrote the gospels knew each other or even knew Jesus.

And because of so many versions of Jesus In the Bible, if he actually existed he appeared to have a multiple personality disorder.

For more information read:

"Nailed: Mything in action" by David Fitzgerald*

"Creating Christ" by James S Valliant & CW Fahy

"Ceasar's Messiah" by Joseph Atwill (This was the first book that alerted theologians and historians that the Romans created Jesus.)

*(And further archaeological research Has shown that the early Christians used exactly the same logo as the Roman empire of "two fishes or a dolphin on an anchor" which was also minted it on millions of coins. The "Christian cross" was not used is the primary symbol of Christianity until pagan Emperor Constantine in 311AD.)
Yep. I've always seen him as a dope smoking, anarchist, who was performing massage using cannabis oil and who was stealing from the Romans when he could to feed people (raising the dead was clearly hogwash, or a trick of David Copperfield proportions). Turning water to wine? Add grapes!!

Jesus, if he ever existed at all, was a con man. Even John Dominic Crossan notes that only 2 pages of material is directly attributed to him in his time. 38 platitudes of not great import.

He was created for the same reason the Pentateuch was: To oppress an illiterate society into slavery and create the modern, 'civilized' world as a fascist paradigm.
 

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