I read this book almost two years ago, and it is probably the most eye-opening and important book (aside from the Bible), I’ve read. It is from the “Christian Identity” perspective and for the serious truthseeker, with stunning insights into the true meanings of the Scriptures (which have been hidden by deceptive translations), including much information that will be new and challenging even to those immersed in CI (eg, exposing a certain false apostle). I would also highly recommend it for those who are agnostic or irreligious, as the book provides key knowledge regarding [...]
Amazing insights in this article by Eli James of “Anglo-Saxon Israel”.
And to be clear on the title of this post, of course the Old Testament religion of the Israelites was not “pagan.” Rather, the pagan Teutonic and Celtic religions are a mixture of Canaanite paganism and Old Testament Hebrewism. How? Because the Celts, Saxons, and other Northern European tribes are the descendants of the Israelites…who were banished from the ancient land of Israel in Palestine because they adopted Canaanite paganism, which they then carried with them when they migrated into Europe.
Thursday, 26 November 2009BBC News
Could Jesus Christ have visited Glastonbury?
Jesus Christ could have come to Britain to further his education, according to a Scottish academic.
Church of Scotland minister Dr Gordon Strachan makes the claim in a new film entitled And Did Those Feet.
The film examines the story of Jesus’ supposed visit, which survives in the popular hymn Jerusalem.
Dr Strachan believes it is “plausible” Jesus came to England for his studies, as it was the forefront of learning 2,000 years ago.
“Coming this far wasn’t in fact that far in the olden [...]