By Graham Simmans
• finds new discoveries that convey the beginnings of Christianity in Egypt
• provides historic and archaeological study that proves a connection among Jerusalem, Egypt, and Rennes-le-Château within the south of France
• Posits Rennes-le-Château because the genuine situation of Jesus Christ’s tomb, and that writings via him could be discovered there
Jesus didn't die at the pass. He survived and went to southern France along with his spouse, Mary. This hazard is proposed through Graham Simmans, who spent decades on a quest to discover the true beginnings of Christianity. Simmans believes that the unfold of Christianity past Jerusalem was once tied to Jesus’s survival of the crucifixion and his next emigration to Europe. utilizing Coptic and Jewish assets, together with the Talmud, that let a glimpse of the Christian philosophy espoused by means of Jesus, he contends that precise Christianity was once introduced into France, Britain, and Spain from first century Egypt and Judea, no longer fourth- and fifth-century Rome.
His research exhibits that when a time in Egypt, Jesus settled in Rennes-le-Château, a worldly and cosmopolitan heart of religious variety. It used to be a typical circulation for Jesus to settle within the Narbonne quarter of France--an sector already seriously settled via Jewish and Gnostic teams. the following, effectively outdoors the succeed in of the cultural dictatorship of the Roman Church, the Gnostic secrets and techniques he taught survived the centuries. Later, the Knights Templar based their task within the Languedoc area round Rennes-le-Château, the place, in the Jewish groups, a well-connected and influential competition to Rome already existed. This resistance to Rome gave upward push to a spiritual tradition that incorporated components of Gnostic, Pythagorean, and Kabbalistic teachings. until eventually the Crusades opposed to the Cathar heretics reasserted the kingdom of Rome, the tradition that flourished round Rennes-le-Château embodied the real essence of Christ’s message.
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