The books of the Bible contain an abundance of information concealed in parable and simile; it reads on different levels. Teasing
out meaning is a rigorous but worthwhile endeavor. For me, it
involved an exhaustive search of the Old Testament, comparing
it to information in the New Testament, then trying to find corroboration outside the Bible. What I discovered in this process was
eye-opening. The research revealed that it was Mary Magdalene,
and not God, who resurrected Jesus from the dead. She went to
the tomb of Jesus on the third day for that very purpose. It became
apparent to me that the disciples of Jesus knew this but chose to
hide it because they believed a new movement founded by a woman
would not sell.
That the Virgin Mary, Mary Magdalene, and Judas were co-redeemers, along with Christ, in the salvation of humanity, they were
not equal to Christ but co-redeemers nonetheless. That at all times
throughout the Passion (suffering and death of Jesus), Judas did not
oppose Jesus but worked in tandem with him so that the crucifixion
would occur on a specific day prefigured in the Hebrew Bible. Judas,
like Jesus, was a martyr. He ended his life when his mission on Earth
Next, research makes it apparent that the Apostle Paul had contact with Jesus before his death and was present at the crucifixion.
Patrick B. Cage
Paul chose to hint at it rather than outright admit this out, fearing that acknowledging this could create problems for his ministry,
especially among Jews, but within circles of Gentile converts as well.
Women played a role equal to, if not more significant than,
the disciples did in the ministry of Jesus. It was the women, not
the men, who understood the mission of Jesus. Women, including
Mother Mary and Mary Magdalene, played essential, not secondary, roles in the accomplishment of the purpose of Christ and the
salvation of man. Jesus bequeathed his legacy of miracles to women.
We will seek to prove beyond doubt that a triumphalist Jesus
walked the earth two thousand years ago. He performed many miracles. These miracles were promptly investigated and determined to
Finally, the research makes clear that Jesus was not crucified
because he was a false Messiah; he was crucified because the leadership that opposed him realized he was the Messiah. Jesus was crucified with impunity by a group of people who did not fear him
because they did not believe in an afterlife.