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Mar 24, 2006 09:49 AM
by samblo

>>*  Or Lydda, reference is made here to the Rabbinical tradition in the
Babylonian Gemara, called Sepher Toldoth Jeshu, about Jesus being the son of
one named Pandira, and having lived a century earlier than the era called
Christian, namely, during the reign of the Jewish king Alexander Jannaeus
and his wife Salome, who reigned from the year 106 to 79 B.C. Accused by the
Jews of having learned the magic art in Egypt, and of having stolen from the
Holy of Holies the Incommunicable Name, Jehoshua (Jesus) was put to death by
the Sanhedrin at Lud.  He was stoned and then crucified on a tree, on the
eve of Passover.  The narrative is ascribed to the Talmudistic authors of
"Sota" and "Sanhedrin," p.19 Book of Zechiel."    Isis Unveiled, II. 201

Wasn't it Salome who after dancing the "Dance of the Seven Veils" was given a 
"boon" by the Ruler who so loved her dance? And wasn't her request for the 
Head of the Baptist John, the Elder of the Mandaeans? And didn't they indeed 
carry out the request and put the head of the Baptist on a platter? And was it 
not true that it was the Baptist who baptized Jesus in the Jordan? And then if 
the Baptist was dead by 79 BC as stated above, then Jesus would have had to be 
an adult at that time to be baptized in the Jordan by Yaya long before the 
later church version of the birth and death of Jesus?

Was this just more of Leadbeater's clairvoyant forcing of the minds of Mead 
and H.P.B.?


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