The Apocryphal New Testament Authorship
(Roman Piso, 08-30-2017)
For those who are new to the work of the New Classical Scholarship (NCS), we have discovered that history at least before the 1500’s, was an “inside job”. What that means is that it was being written only by royals who were either closely related to each other, or had royal ancestors in common with each other. That in turn, meant that in order for that to have been the case, a closed or controlled environment existed (my term is ‘Royal Supremacy’) that amounted to a royal oligarchy.
Everything that was being written was tightly controlled, and no one other than royalty could write anything for publication under penalty of death. There were several reasons for why they had demanded such tight security over the material that was allowed to reach the public. Much of that is explained in many of my other papers.
Suffice it to say that all that was being written was being written by this royal oligarchy, and not by just anyone. There was no freedom of speech, only the illusion of it which was created by these royals. In fact, since they were the only ones who were writing for publication, they were writing BOTH the biblical texts and the non-biblical texts. It means that in order to understand history correctly and biblical texts, that we must now consider it in an entirely different context.
Before anything can happen to me and/or my notes, I have been trying to save as much of that information as possible, in the form of research papers and compilations. From time to time, people will ask me just who the authors of the Gnostic gospels and other material were. This paper gives the most probable authorship and dates for 20 non-canon and/or Gnostic New Testament texts.
The term ‘Gnostic’ has been used to describe some of the Christian material that was not included in the canon New Testament texts. Since I see that material as having been written by the same individuals as the canon material, I generally refer to it as the ‘Apocryphal New Testament’ material or non-canon New Testament texts.
People have thought of this material or these texts as having been “rejected” from the NT canon for reasons known to those who were compiling what would be included in the “official” New Testament or texts that were ordained by the early Christian Church. But the real reason that much of that material wasn’t included was because it either revealed too much, or it contained items that did not represent Jesus or other NT characters in the best light.
Over the course of the years in which I had studied this material, at times I had worked with others in order to make more precise determinations regarding not only various component parts, passages, word usage, but several other factors which were involved in the creation of said material. And, one of those whom I had worked with was one of the most knowledgeable individuals on the subject of the New Testament and its authors, Abelard Reuchlin.
As a result, I have many notes, some of which were the early opinions or conclusions of Abelard Reuchlin, along with my own notes with opinions and preliminary conclusions. Working together, Reuchlin and I were able to make more, and better determinations. There are various reasons for the conclusions that Reuchlin and I had reached regarding this material, not the least of which is that we knew just who was doing the writing of the canon NT texts and who those individuals were, as well as who they were writing as (i.e., their aliases and pen names).
There is a methodology involved. A part of that has to do with examining such texts from all angles. What I mean by that is in finding what evidence or clues exist within those texts to give us an accurate point in time in which each particular text would have been composed. And, then there is the process of elimination as well. So, using these and other methods, you can see how knowing just who was doing the writing within a certain block of time can reduce the possibilities down to fewer and fewer candidates for authorship, until it becomes reduced down to either one or two possibilities.
It is at that point, that you look for the evidence within the texts (as well as externally within other literary sources) left there by the authors themselves. What I mean by that is that the authors generally wanted their identity known at some point, and thus, they had deliberately left the methods and means to do so either within the work itself and/or in other works that they or their royal relatives produced.
Once you have enough information about particular individuals from the profiles that you have developed, you know their individual motives and other items which link those individuals to their work. Such is the case with Julius Calpurnius Piso as the author of The Revelation, as his sentiment and motives were that he wanted Christianity exposed at some point, and he made that possible by the information that he had left in The Revelation exposing his father as the main creator of Christianity, and by letting readers know that he was a participant in the Bar Kochba revolt of 132-135 CE.
Again, the purpose of this research paper is to save information from notes, and not to give detailed information about how conclusions were reached in terms of the authorship of each of these texts. At some point, I do hope to produce another or other papers which give that kind of detailed information. But for now, this is what I have to give with regards to the questions that I have been asked by several people on the subject of the authorship of the Apocryphal New Testament texts or Gnostic Gospels.
There are, however, caveats. One of the things that we find in the case of literary works which were written by ancient royalty is that there are times when later in history we find that a descendant of the original author will either edit a work or will take a work that was not published by the original author (but, which a private copy or copies were saved within family archives), and then publish it later, claiming it as his own.
And now, here are some of the apocryphal or non-canon New Testament texts and their authors. In no particular order, but numbered here so as to better keep track of the works which are listed here:
‘The Gospel Of The Birth Of Mary’:
Author: Arrius Calpurnius Piso, circa 95 CE.
Author: Justus Calpurnius Piso with help from Pliny The Younger and Arrius Piso, c. 98 CE.
[Note: This is supposed to be a historical account of the birth of Jesus Christ and the perpetual virgin Mary, and is supposed to have been written by James The Lesser, cousin and brother of Jesus Christ; James The Lesser being chief apostle and the first bishop of the Christians in Jerusalem.]*
This work has been traditionally ascribed to James The Lesser. So one would think that what would reveal the true authorship of this work is to find out just who James The Lesser actually was. Perhaps.
The general view held by Abelard Reuchlin regarding various characters found in the New Testament material is that though fictional, the created characters actually represented real people – in most, if not all instances. When it came to the apostles, his view was that they were representative of either Arrius Piso’s alter ego/s, and/or his sons and/or other pro-Christian relatives.
Some of the gospels and other NT texts, he said, were not written entirely by a single author, but were collaborations of two (or more) authors. Such was the case, with the canon text known as ‘Romans’ (i.e., ‘The Epistle Of The Apostle Paul To The Romans’).
There are also certain key words and phrases (and themes) which were apparently used by certain of the NT authors, and not by others. When it came to any NT work in the form of an Epistle, one of the first places to look is to Pliny The Younger; for the reason that this was a form of writing which was associated with Pliny and he is known to have been one of the main authors of New Testament material.
Arrius Piso and Pliny The Younger (Pliny having been a younger foster brother of Arrius Piso), were the “Dynamic Duo” of the Christian texts, just as Seneca and Lucius Piso were the Dynamic Duo of the proto-Christian material which was the basis for what Arrius and Pliny would use to complete the creation of the canon material of Christianity.
Seneca and Lucius Piso (aka the “Lucilius” that Seneca had referred to in his work as Seneca), had been members of the committee to create a new religion, which was established under the emperor Tiberius and which was located at the city of Tiberias. That committee, had either been disbanded or moved to Rome and then disbanded (apparently disbanded under emperor Gaius Caligula, who hated the Pisos). Though officially disbanded, two of the members of that committee continued to work on the creation of a new Roman religion.
Thus, Seneca and Lucius Piso were each working on their own material to contribute to the establishment of a new Roman religion, which would be made to appear to have come from the East. Seneca’s gospel was Ur Marcus, and Lucius Piso’s was Ur Mattheius; together, they comprised what scholars knew existed, but had no copies of and what they continue to refer to as the ‘Q’ (‘Quella’ document).
In the notes that I was able to find on this, Abelard Reuchlin had attributed this work to Justus Calpurnius Piso (as James The Lesser), with the help of both Pliny The Younger and Arrius Piso.
‘The First Gospel Of The Infancy Of Jesus Christ’**
Author: Arrius Calpurnius Piso, circa 95-100 CE.
The reason that this gospel was called “The First” is to give a basis for chronology of the Infancy gospels; it is also a basis for the inference that at least another Infancy gospel was anticipated. Which, in turn, infers that the next one would likewise be produced by the same author.
‘The Gospel Of The Infancy According To Saint Thomas’***
[or, ‘Thomas’s Gospel Of The Infancy Of Jesus Christ’]
Author: Arrius Calpurnius Piso, circa 100-105 CE.
‘The Epistles Of Jesus Christ And Abgarus, King Of Edessa’
Author: Originally by Arrius Calpurnius Piso, c. 70-75 CE.
Apparently, edited later by Eusebius, aka Julius Constantius, c. 300 CE.
‘The Gospel Of Nicodemus’, also known as ‘Acts Of Pontius Pilate’
Author: Originally by Arrius Piso and Pliny The Younger, c. 75 CE.
Probably edited later by Eusebius, aka Julius Constantius, c. 300 CE, and/or Emperor Theodosius I ‘The Great’ prior to 379 CE. This appears to have been a literary work which was passed down and kept within private family archives until it was edited for public presentation.
‘The Apostle’s Creed’
Author: The idea for this traces back to Arrius Piso (aka St. Peter, etc.) and his son Justus Piso (aka Justin Martyr, Pope Sixtus I, etc.). Contributing information and compilation was developed within the family by Domitius Ulpian (aka Dio Cassius, etc.), c. 210 CE. It also may have been influenced by Emperor Marcus Aurelius, aka Pope Soter (c. 180 CE). The material for ‘The Apostle’s Creed’ then passed down within the family to Emperor Constantius Chlorus (aka Pope Eusebius) and then to his sons, Emperor Constantine I (aka Pope Miltiades) and Julius Constantius I. The finished product appears to have been the work of both Emp. Constantine I and his half-brother, Julius Constantius I (aka Church Father Eusebius), c. 290-300 CE.
‘The First Epistle Of Clement To The Corinthians’
Author: Originally, Julius C. Piso I, circa 136/137 CE. Finished by his son, Julius Piso II, c. 140-150 CE.
‘The Second Epistle Of Clement To The Corinthians’
Author: Originally, Julius C. Piso I, circa 136/137 CE. Finished by his son, Julius Piso II, c. 140-150 CE.
‘The General Epistle Of Barnabas’
Author: Flavius Arrianus (aka ‘Arrian’, who was a son of Claudia Phoebe, aka Pompeia Plotina, and Rufus Corelius; and grandson of Arrius Calpurnius Piso). Written circa 130-135 CE.
Note: Abelard Reuchlin was first to link this work with Arrian, whose pen name was also aka ‘Appian’, and ‘Claudius Ptolemy’.
‘The Epistle Of Ignatius To The Ephesians’
Author: Originally, by Pliny The Younger, circa 110 CE. Finished by his son, Aelius Commodus, sometime after 116 CE. See my paper on Pliny The Younger as Saint Ignatius. Again, it was Abelard Reuchlin who discovered that Pliny The Younger was aka Saint Ignatius.
‘The Epistle Of Ignatius To The Magnesians’
Author: Originally, by Pliny The Younger, c. 114 CE. Finished by his son, Aelius Commodus, post 116 CE. Pliny had begun this and other works before going off to war in 115 CE. He was killed in battle in 116 CE. Thus, his son had to finish the literary works that Pliny had begun, but could not finish himself. Pliny The Younger was killed in a battle to put down the Jewish revolt in the East and at Alexandria, Egypt, in 115-116 CE. His death was recorded under at least one of his alias names. The one that was reported by Abelard Reuchlin was one of his ‘Maximus’ names.
‘The Epistle Of Ignatius To The Trallians’
Author: Originally, Pliny The Younger. Perhaps edited and/or finished by his son, Aelius Commodus. This appears to have originally been a work that Pliny had made a sketch of early on, and had planned to get back to. Some indications within the text point to a time in which Pliny was a military man under Domitian, and hence, circa 81-90 CE. But if finished later, after his death, then circa post 116 CE.
‘The Epistle Of Ignatius To The Romans’
Author: Pliny The Younger, circa 108-110 CE.
‘The Epistle Of Ignatius To The Philadelphians’
Author: Pliny The Younger, circa 105-107 CE.
‘The Epistle Of Ignatius To The Smyrnaeans’
Author: Pliny The Younger, circa 108-109 CE.
‘The Shepherd Of Hermas’
Author: Flavius Arrianus (aka Arrian), circa 129-130 CE. This was written partially in tribute to some of his own family members, including his mother (Pompeia Plotina), who had died in 129 CE. It was Abelard Reuchlin who had first discovered Arrian as the author of this work. Later, this literary work may have been edited by one of Arrian’s descendants; perhaps, Clement of Alexandria. One may note that those who were writing as Origen, Eusebius and Jerome were his descendants as well.
‘Letters Of Herod And Pilate’
Author: Pliny The Younger, circa 103-110 CE.
To fully understand why the various subject matter of New Testament material relates specifically to certain individuals, you would have to know about each in intimate detail. This is only accomplished by building profiles and discovering their alias names, which in turn, allows one to reconstruct their genealogies.
Pliny The Younger and Arrius Piso were both descendants of King Herod. And Philo of Alexandria was a common ancestor of theirs as well. But Pliny was a direct descendant of Philo of Alexandria, who was aka ‘Pontius Pilate’. The Herodians were given Roman educations, and Roman Names in addition to their Judean names. Philo of Alexandria, was a son of King Herod. More precise details are in notes which I still have not located. But not long ago, I did find a genealogy of Pliny The Younger going back to Philo of Alexandria, as Pontius Pilate. Thus, I have yet to write a paper on this particular subject.
But in order to discover these things, again, you must be able to find ALL of the names which were used to identify each individual. The only way that it was possible for them to do this in the way that they did was for them to have tight control over everything; all that was being written, etc. Which meant not only that all that was being written was being written by fewer individuals than once thought, but that they were all royals who were born into a royal oligarchy and who had to continue to perpetuate facades in order to prevent their overthrow by the masses.
‘The Lost Gospel According To Peter’
Author: Arrius Calpurnius Piso and his son, Proculus Piso, circa 101-103 CE.
‘The Acts Of Paul And Thecla’
Author: Originally, Pliny The Younger’s son, Aelius Commodus, post 116 CE. He may not have finished it before himself dying in 138 CE. Pliny’s son, Aelius Commodus, was aka L. Ceionius Commodus, and aka L. Aelius Verus Caesar. He was adopted by the Emperor Hadrian and named his successor; but he passed away with tuberculosis in January of 138, before Hadrian himself had died. There were coins minted with his image on them, including some with Hadrian’s bust on one side and Aelius’ on the other side.
In any case, there were descendants of Pliny who lived on and who inherited his family archives. Emperor Lucius Verus, was a descendant of Pliny The Younger. Of this particular work, Tertullian (aka Emperor Septimius Severus) said that this was “forged by a presbyter of Asia.” The term “forged” did not necessarily mean “faked”, it could have meant forged in the sense of having been ‘made’ or created in its then current form. That is, it may have been edited in or near the time of Septimius Severus. It appears that Domitius Ulpian (aka Origen, aka Dio Cassius, aka Macrinus), may have had a hand it the editing of this work.
A Straight Line Genealogy Of Royal Roman Authors & Their Pen Names Or Aliases
Emperor Constantine’s Descent From Arrius Calpurnius Piso Via His Paternal Grandmother
(Roman Piso, 06-29-2016)
Arrius C. Piso/M.AnniusVerus[I]/Flav.Jos./ArriusAntoninus, ‘St. PETER’, etc. (b.37CE,d119CE)
M. (Several Wives, Including; Fl.JuliaTiti, & Berenice)
Justus C. Piso/M.AnniusVerus[II]/JustinMartyr/JustinusTheJurist/(Pope SIXTUS I) (b.77, d.165CE)
M. Eunice/Rupilia Faustina (dr. of Rufus Corelius)
Julianus Piso/M.AnniusVerus[III]/NT Timothy/St. Papias (b. circa 95CE, d.c. 130CE)
M. Domitia Lucilla II (dr. of Domitia Lucilla I & P.C. Tullius Ruso)
Emp. MARCUS AURELIUS (b. 121, ruled 161-180, d. 180 CE, aka Pope SOTER)
M. Annia Galeria Faustina (dr. of Emp. ANTONINUS PIUS/Pope PIUS I, b.86, ruled 138-161, d.161 CE)
Annia Antonia Galeria Faustina (Princess, b. 151, d. pre-175 CE)
M. Emp. SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS/Cn. Claudius Severus/Tertullian (b.145/6, ruled 193-211, d. 211)
Bassina Septimia Severa (Princess, c. 190 CE)
M. Claudius Apellinus/Apollianus
Claudia Bassina Apellina/Apollina, c.210 CE)
M. Flavius Numerius (Greek Prince)
Flavius Crispus (Bro. of Emp. CLODIUS ALBINUS, ruled 195-197 CE)
M. Aurelia (A descendant of Emp. MARCUS AURELIUS, who ruled 161-180 CE)
Flavia Claudia Aurelia Crispa (sister of Emp. PROBUS, who ruled 276-282, d. 282)
M. Eutropius/Tib. Claudius Marcian/Greg./Pope FELIX I (b. 213 CE, Pope 269-274, d. 274)
Emp. CONSTANTIUS CHLORUS I/Pamphil/Castricius F./Pope EUSEBIUS (b.250, ruled 305-306, d.306)
M. Helena Britania & Theodora
Emp. CONSTANTINE I (b. 272, ruled 307-337, d. 337 CE, Pope MILTIADES)
M. Minervina & Flavia Maxima Fausta
Emperor Marcus Aurelius as Pope Soter. Though the main line of thought regarding the popes and their taking papal names as opposed to using their own original names is that popes didn’t take or use other names other than their own birth names, the truth is that they were using aliases as popes to begin with. They used them as authors and so forth.
But even though various early popes in general were making the true identities difficult to uncover, there were ways in which to do this, as it was not that they did not want their identities known, but rather, they just did not want them known during their own lifetime. The way in which to get at the real identity of authors and popes in such a situation is to build accurate and detailed profiles of each principle individual, as well as their immediate family and relatives.
Marcus Aurelius, upon his birth, was looked upon by the royal families of the time as their ‘Savior’ or the one that would save the royal oligarchy. His great-uncle, Julius Piso, inserted him into ‘The Revelation’ when he was just a young boy, putting him in by the use of the word ‘precious’. See my work explaining that in more detail.
Emperor Constantine I as Pope Miltiades (aka Saint Melchiades). Abelard Reuchlin uncovered Constantine as this pope. At times, when a particular royal family held more power than any of the rest of their relatives, the title of Pope was kept close to the main family members. Such was the case during this time. Emperor Constantius Chlorus was aka Pope Eusebius. And his son, Emperor Constantine I was aka Pope Miltiades. Reuchlin was able to determine this from the various aliases which were used by these individuals.
By the way, I have given the genealogies of no less than 35 popes, all going directly back to Arrius Calpurnius Piso.
[See my work giving alias names and pen names]
* Connections have been made to this gospel to the following ancient authors; Epiphanius, Hilary, Chrystostom, Cyril, and Euthymius, by way of various comments and references to Joseph, the earthly father of Jesus, being likewise a virgin, etc.
** Later associations include; Eusebius, Athanasius, Epiphanius, Chrystostom, etc. Others include Chemnitius of or from Stipulensis, who had received his copy from Peter Martyr, bishop of Alexandria in the Third Century.
*** Thomas Didymus.
Other notes and materials:
With regards to dates for papal reigns, for instance, and particularly early on, they were in general and by necessity, generally fictional or false. And this was because these ancient royal authors were creating illusions, again, out of necessity. They could not tell the truth openly, that they had created a religion that they wanted people to believe in – that would defeat the purpose.
But the reality was that the office of ‘pope’ or bishop of Rome was simply a title that individuals within this royal family would inherit and bestow upon each other, an ‘honor’ more than an office. It was not until Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire that the Church began to become a reality.
The Christian Church up until that time existed virtually only on paper. The “Church Fathers” and other “Christian” writers were all related to each other and cooperated with each other to produce the illusion of a vibrant religion that was very popular. The truth of the matter is that despite the time, effort and money that the creators and promoters of Christianity had put into getting the Church off the ground, it flopped early on and it virtually died when the two main creators of it died (Arrius Piso and Pliny The Younger. Pliny died in 116 CE, and Arrius Piso died two years later.
The various parts that they played and the Christian literature produced by the early “Church Fathers” was all done to create an illusion. And a part of that illusion was that Christians were being persecuted. Since that is a major part of this, I will be writing a paper that exposes the persecution of Christians by emperors and others before the time of Constantine, as deliberate fraud.
Of course, my other papers on the gospels and their authors should also be consulted.
The Roman Piso Papers [posted in Academia(dot)Edu]
A few of my papers have also been posted to my WordPress site.
The Piso Project
This Title, ‘The Apocryphal New Testament Authorship’ In Other Languages:
[Afrikaans: ‘Die Apokriewe Nuwe Testament-outeurskap’]
[Albanian: ‘Autorësia Apokrife e Dhiatës së Re’]
[Arabian: ‘ذي أبوكريفال نيو تيتامنت أوثورشيب’]
[Armenian: ‘Apocryphal Նոր Կտակարանի հեղինակությունը’]
[Bosnian: ‘Autokorship of the Apocryphal New Testament’]
[Bulgarian: ‘Апокрифалното новозаветно авторство’]
[Croatian: ‘Apokrifno novozavjetno stvaralaštvo’]
[Czech: ‘Apokryfní novozákonní autorství’]
[Danish: ‘Det Apokriske New Testament Authorship’]
[Dutch: ‘Het Apocriefe Nieuwe Testament-auteurschap’]
[Esperanto: ‘La Apokrifa Nova Testamento Authorship’]
[Estonian: ‘Uue Testamendi apokrifaalne autorsus’]
[Filipino: ‘Ang Apocryphal New Testament Authorship’]
[Finnish: ‘Apokryphal Uuden Testamentin tekijänoikeudet’]
[French: ‘L’auteur de l’Ancien Testament Apocryphe’]
[Frisian: ‘De apokryfale nije testamint Authorship’]
[Galacian: ‘A autoría do Apocryphal New Testament’]
[Georgian: ‘აპოკრიფული ახალი აღთქმის ავტორიტეტი’]
[German: ‘Die apokryphen neutestamentliche Autorenschaft’]
[Greek: ‘Ο Αποκρυφικός συγγραφέας της Καινής Διαθήκης’]
[Hebrew: ‘הברית החדשהThe Apocryphal’]
[Hindi: ‘अपोकिर्फल न्यू टेस्टामेंट लेखक’]
[Hmong: ‘Lub Apocryphal Phau Tshiab Sau’]
[Hungarian: ‘Az apokrif újszövetségi szerzõdés’]
[Indonesian: ‘Karangan Perjanjian Baru Apokrif’]
[Irish: ‘An t-Aithreachas Nua-Tiomna Apocryphal’]
[Italian: ‘L’autocerosso Apocrifo Nuovo Testamento’]
[Korean: ‘외경 신약 저자’]
[Latin: ‘Apocalypse Novum Testamentum auctoritas’]
[Latvian: ‘Apokrifa Jaunās Derības autoritāte’]
[Lithuanian: ‘Apokrifinis Naujojo Testamento autorius’]
[Luxembourgish: ‘D’Apokrphale Neist Testament Authuert’]
[Macedonian: ‘Апокрифното новозаветно авторство’]
[Malay: ‘Penulisan Perjanjian Baru Apokrifal’]
[Maltese: ‘L-Għarfien ta ‘l-Apokfru New Testament’]
[Mongolian: ‘Апокизфын шинэ гэрээний зохиогч’]
[Nepali: ‘Apocryphal नयाँ नियम प्राणी’]အဆိုပါပေါဓမ္မသစ်ကျမ်းရေးသာ
[Norwegian: ‘Det Apokriske New Testament Authorship’]
[Persian: ‘Autocryptal عهد جدید’]
[Polish: ‘Nowego Testamentu Apocryphal’]
[Portuguese: ‘O Autógrafo Apócrifo do Novo Testamento’]
[Romanian: ‘Autorul Noului Testament Apocrific’]
[Russian: ‘Апокрифическое новозаветное авторство’]
[Samoan: ‘O le tusi o le Apocryphal Feagaiga Fou’]
[Scots-Gaelic: ‘An t-Authorship Tiomnadh Ùra Apocryphal’]
[Serbian: ‘Аутокорсхип оф тхе Апоцрипхал Нев Тестамент’]
[Sindhi: ‘Apocryphal نئين عهد نامي جي تصنيف’]
[Slovak: ‘Autorka apokryfného nového zákona’]
[Slovenian: ‘Apokrifna nova zaveza Avtorstvo’]
[Somali: ‘Qoraalka Axdiga Cusub ee Apocryphal’]
[Spanish: ‘La Apócrifa del Nuevo Testamento’]
[Sundanese: ‘The Apocryphal Perjanjian Anyar Pangarang’]
[Swahili: ‘Uandishi wa Agano Jipya la Apocrypha’]
[Swedish: ‘Det Apokriska Nya Testamentet Authorship’]
[Turkish: ‘Apocryphal Yeni Ahit Yazarlığı’]
[Ukrainian: ‘Апокрифічне авторство Нового Завіту’]
[Urdu: ‘Apocryphal نیو عہد نامہ کی تصویری’]
[Uzbek: ‘Apokrifik Yangi Ahd muallifi’]
[Vietnamese: ‘Bản văn Tân ước Tân Ước’]
[Welch: ‘Awdur yr Awdriniaeth Newydd y Testament’]
[Yiddish: ‘די אַפּאָקריפאַל ניו טעסטאַמענט אַוטהאָריז’]
[Zulu: ‘Umbhalo We-Apocrypha New Testament’]
Attention Scholars & Researchers:
We must work to change academia. Virtually all ancient history scholars have been wrong, because a) as I have explained in my book ‘Piso Christ’, all of their work is based upon 6 major assumptions, and b) as a result of these assumptions, they view ancient history in the wrong context. And, this is a cycle. They were taught to study the subject incorrectly, and they continue to “teach” others to be wrong. This must stop. Spread this information and help better educate as many people as you can, particularly, those within academia. Please share this information.
Attention Classics & Ancient History ‘Scholars’: Richard Carrier, Marcus Borg, Robert M. Price, Bart Ehrmann, Robert Eisenman, Werner Eck, Anthony Birley. Particularly, Werner Eck, as I have talked to him a number of times at the urging of Abelard Reuchlin and have sent him my material to study.
Attention New Testament/Biblical ‘Scholars’: Elaine Pagels, John Dominic Crossan, Jonathan Reed, Ched Myers, Bernard Brandon Scott, N.T. Wright, Stanley Hauerwas, Amy-Jill Levine, Taylor Weaver, Richard Hays, David Horrell, Bruce J. Malina, Craig Evans, Craig Keener, Raymond Brown, James D. G. Dunn, Dale Martin, Stanley Stowers, John Barclay, Philip Esler, Garrett Fagan.
Note: I have personally talked to several of these individuals, as well as friends of theirs who have tried to get through to them about this work. Religious people particularly, strongly reject anything that contradicts their beliefs. Which is why it has been so slow to make any real change within academia, because so many of those who currently comprise it are either religious or biased in some way.
Many problems still exist within Academia. We need to bring Academia into the 21st Century.
Essential Changes To Academia Now Required (Objectivity Is Essential)
The New Classical Scholarship: The New Forensic Study Of History
A Few Words About The Royal Language (A Language Within Language)
The True Context Of Ancient History & The Gordian Emperors
Ancient Alias Names List (2017)
How & Why Ancient Royalty Created Facades & Illusions
[The Effective Creation of an Alternate Version of Reality]
The Roman Piso Papers
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