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Yeshuwa the Anointed (haMashiach)
* was conceived on Friday, December 18, 7 BCE at 9:36 PM while the virgin Miryam was staying with the future high priest Hanan (Annas) in Yeruwshalem.
* came from His Throne in Heaven through the Seventh Dimension to Earth in the groin of the Father Yahuw'ah, who married His earthly mother Miryam, physically overshadowed and impregnated her, so ending her virginity. In one FIMIOL she is still wearing His ring.
* was born in a storage shed behind the travellers inn near the northern entrance to Beyth-
* had four more brothers and three sisters from His mother and Yowceph, also known at ben Elim of Zippori or Sepphoris. One FIMIOL photograph displays a 12 year old Yeshuwa with Yowceph, Miryam and three of the children. Ya’aqob, Salome and all are naked.
* was thoroughly Yehuwdic and spoke Hebrew and Aramaic fluently.
* was called the Anointed of Yahuw'ah, implying that He held a kingly and priestly office.
* wore his hair short and, like Yahuw’ah, began showing signs of male pattern baldness. Sometimes He taught without clothes on.
* was baptised with water from four containers poured over His forehead by Yohannan the Dipper on Sunday, January 12th, 27 CE about midday in the Jordan Valley near the escarpment settlement of Bethany. He was 31 yrs 4 mths and 5 days old (about thirty according to Luke 3:23).
* was taken physically from Mount Ciynay (Sinai) through the Seventh Dimension to Heaven itself on board an IRV driven by the Dragon OM as part of the second temptation. There He was placed upon the pinnacle or apex of its Temple with angels watching down below and invited to jump off.
* presented facts about His own origins and the binary processes of creation to men who understood numbers and used parables to explain these.
* taught that in baptism water is poured over the front (top) of the head, following the example of Eliyahuw in 1 Kings 18:31-
* recognises neither partial nor full bodily immersion nor sprinkling modes, since these misunderstand the purpose of holy baptism. This removes an area of scales on the soul’s forehead above the covering over the heart and allows its foreskin to drop away, like when a flower bud opens up to reveal its full bloom, so providing one with direct access to Heaven.
* fully embraced the Law (Towrah) and the Prophets (Nabi’iym) in Matthew 5:17-
* taught that only the Few find life through the Narrow Way. This is not a religion, but the ability to gain access to the presence of Yeshuwa, Yahuw’ah and the other Eluhiym in Heaven, made possible through the covenants made with Abraham and Mosheh.
Jesus Christ (‘Iesous Christos)
* was conceived miraculously by the Holy Spirit of the Virgin Mary in Nazareth without any physical penetration, apparently 266 days before Saturnalia.
* was born at midnight on December 25 in 1 B.C. or 1 A.D. or on one of many other dates. Societies conform by celebrating his nativity on the twenty-
* was delivered by a miracle -
* had no siblings and those mentioned in Matthew 13:55-
* was invented for the Greek-
* evidently had long, flowing hair and went around fully clothed.
* was an ordinary man, according to the apostle Paul, who was possessed from birth by the Christ light (Ephesians 5:14) or Son of God. The Christ (actually Buddha) was created by his monotheistic God (Θεός) the Father and made subservient to him (1 Corinthians 11:3), in order to make visible what was invisible (Hebrews 11:3). He and not Jesus emptied himself and took the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men and fashioned as a man (Philippians 2:5-
* was evidently baptised on Friday, January 6, 30 AD in the Jordan River by John the Baptist either by total immersion or pouring and then driven by the Holy Spirit into the local mountain wilderness. There he was tempted for forty days and nights by Satan in the form of a serpent or horned man in a red cloak with a tail, who also holds a pitch fork.
* stood on the pinnacle of the Jerusalem temple overlooking a steep gully when tempted by the devil. He was then taken to the Mount of Temptation, from which he could view the surrounding kingdoms.
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