Friday, 22 January 2010

Presentation of the Virgins from Nazareth village

The presentation of the virgins of Nazareth village during the Roman Occupations of Syria, Galilee and Judea.

The Nazareth village 2000 years ago....more...

Mary meets the pagan overlords in the pagan temple vid as she had to report to them.
she was a handmaiden...of the festivals.
The Handmaid's Tale. the great hush up.
dildo promotion...
training for the party, caligula.
Caligula orgys etc... (lez-fuck, dildo for anubis, bath etc).

Mary not virgin and so a slut- a blogger? matri-thinking which gave rise to the hush up cultus.
also here...
he term "virgin" in fact appears in the Greek translation (the Septuagint), but that is not correct. The original Hebrew word, ha-almah, really just means "young woman." The word has no meaning beyond what we find in English with "young woman" or "maid," but it was translated into Greek with the word parthenos, which means virgin."

Jewish scholars, supported by liberal Christians, have stated that almah cannot mean "virgin" because elsewhere the Hebrew word for virgin is #1330, bethulah. The Jewish Publication Society and Revised Standard Version translations render Isaiah 7:14 as "the young woman shall conceive." When the RSV came out in 1952, Christian Fundamentalists held public RSV burnings because of their view that the mother of Jesus conceived miraculously, without cohabitation with a man. The Jehovah Witnesses' New World Translation renders Isaiah 7:14 as:"the maiden herself will actually become pregnant," while The James Moffatt Translation renders it "There is a young woman with child, who shall bear a son and call his name 'Immanuel' . . . ""

"In Proverbs 30:19, "the way of a man with a maid [almah]" is one of the four things which are amazing and hard to understand. This is referring to courtship between a man and an unmarried maiden."

"Jews claim Jesus was born of adultery, calling him "Jesus ben Panthera," an illegitimate bastard of the union of Mary with a soldier named Panthera. " - link.

well maybe: Talmudic;

"Celsus makes the same statement in another passage, where he refers even to a written source (ἀναγέγραπται), adding that the seducer was a soldier by the name of Panthera (l.c. i. 32)."

It is certain, in any case, that the rabbinical sources also regard Jesus as the "son of Pandera" (), although it is noteworthy that he is called also "Ben Sṭada" () (Shab. 104b; Sanh. 67a).

so Panthera was the virgin collector, and the fathers were Pandera/Pandira and Stada? sounds like a roman orgy?

"for it is possible that it originated among heretics inimical to Jesus, as the Ophites and Cainites, of whom Origen says, “they uttered such hateful accusations against Jesus as Celsus himself did (“Contra Celsum,” iii. 13)"

Read more: ... or at this link.

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