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The Essenes: The Cult that the Grandfather of Jesus Belonged to | JESUS: Descendent of Abraham or Fractal of the Creator

I thought this was pretty interesting stuff. So much has been made up and manipulated about the story of “Jesus”. I found this ancient “Essenes” order very interesting as well. They were the ones apparently behind his tutelage during those missing years. I have no issue exposing the truth about the false figure known as Jesus vs the true Messiah who is in fact very real but has simply had the truth surrounding the details of his backstory defiled over time. The New Testament was pieced together using texts and parables that were far more ancient than the ones we find in the Old Testament. It’s not easy to piece the true story back together, but what is easy is to be able to identify and expose the characteristics of the storyline that originated from the Kabbalistic New Age version of the false white ascended master version of Jesus. Otherwise known as Maitreya, Sanada, St. Germaine, or more bluntly, the AntiChrist. You will also find similarities between this false Jesus and the gods(little “g”) Odin and Osiris.


JESUS’ MESSAGE: Embrace Universal Compassion & Peace on Earth

by Enki December 22, 2019

JESUS’ MESSAGE: Embrace Universal Compassion & Peace on Earth & for depth analysis of Jesus’ story.

From ANUNNAKI, EVOLUTION OF THE GODS* by Sasha Alex Lessin, Ph.D. (Anthropology, UCLA) & Janet Kira Lessin (CEO, Aquarian Radio

Many of the Ancients have been conflated in the traditions of various cultures: Enki and Lucifer, Mithas and Jesus, Enlil and Marduk with Yahweh and Zeus, Marduk with Satan and Yahweh, Nannar and Allah, Ninmah with Lilith and Mary Magdalen, etc.  We are learning of the elephant of history from the many perceptual perspectives of Earth’s cultures. Celebrate the richness of our many heritages.

The Christian celebration of Christmas, before it’s gross commercialization (“We wish you a merry Christmas and please drink our beer.” [Freeberg], blended the Roman Saturnalia (gift-giving, wild partying) and the Norse Yule-Feast (evergreen decorations).  Jesus was never the reason for’s Christmas season shopping.

December 25, the Winter Solstice, when the Sun starts lengthening its stay over Rome gradually became, in the West, the celebration of Jesus’ birth.


Some 500 years after Jesus’ crucifixion, Roman Emperor Constantine had the Christian Church leave the Apocrypha, (It was in the Old Testament) out of the New Testament The Apocrypha contained “the story of Jesus’ birth and childhood years, up to the point where he returned to his land of birth to start his ministry.

Here are some of the versions I’ve found re Jesus’ story:

A Nibiran agent of Enlil/Yahweh (probably Gabriel), designated an “angel” in the Apocrypha, came to Jesus’ grandfather, Joachim, a priest in the Hebrew temple, who couldn’t beget with his wife Anna, the heir he needed for his position in the temple. The agent told Joachim “his wife would bear a child aided by an ‘angel’. But they would have to surrender the child to be raised by priests and ‘angels.’

Anna gave birth to Mary, who at the age of three was taken to the temple and left there. “

At 14, “the time came for her to go back into the world and get married. Her mentors handpicked a much older man, Joseph to be her husband. 

“At Mary’s parents’ home in Galilee, while Joseph was in Bethlehem, Agent Gabriel told Mary “she would give birth to the new messiah.”

Tellinger says “Enlil, delivering the final stroke to his masterful control over humanity, wanted to ensure genetic supremacy for his fabricated messiah.” He probably, given his disgust for humans and his belief in genetic determinism, employed “artificial insemination of the young virgin, giving [he believed] Jesus a genetic advantage” and “abilities other humans lacked.

“When Joseph returned from Bethlehem to collect Mary, he found her pregnant” and thought her “a whore.” But “before he could desert her an ‘angel’ appeared to him explaining that Mary was still a virgin.”


On the way to Bethlehem to birth Jesus, Mary went into a cave while Joseph sought a midwife. They found Mary and Jesus in the cave, lit by artificial lights.

Three Wise Men, led by lights from an Anunnaki hovercraft, appeared, gifted Jesus, and followed the craft back to Persia.

“When they were gone, an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream. ‘Get Up,’ he said. ‘take the child and his mother and escape to Egypt, for [Israel’s Roman-imposed King] Herod is going to search for the child to kill him.” Enlil thus staged a failed assassination attempt against Jesus to make him a celebrity. “And so the word went out that the ‘messiah’ was born.”


“Joseph and Jesus were both ESSENES,” a secret society linked to this day to the Freemasons. Jesus was “whisked off to a faraway land, where he was indoctrinated for a big role in the great human deception. He briefly appeared [for his bar mitzvah] at the age of 12 before a group of Hebrew scholars but then disappeared for another 18 years.

“The Anunnaki gods were too well known around the Near East, Israel, and Egypt. Enlil had to find a more discrete location for the grooming of his protégé. Jesus spent his time traveling throughout Asia, absorbing the religious principles of their spiritual leaders, travels by Jesus sponsored by the Essenes. Ancient Buddhist scrolls reveal Jesus spent 17 years in INDIA and TIBET from the age of 17 to age 29. He was both a student and a teacher of Buddhist and Hindu holy men. Brahman historians love him as ST. ISSA, their ‘Buddha.’ He studied under the white Aryan Brahman Priests, taught to read and understand the Vedas and teach these.”


But, in India, “he began to associate with the lower Sudras and Untouchable castes condemned to perpetual servitude as slaves to the Brahmans [priests], Kshatriyas [soldiers] and Vaishya [merchants]. He protested Brahmans’ discriminatory practices and questions why God would make any difference in his children.” In Benares, Jesus “questioned the Brahmans’ morality and preached to the Sudras against the Brahmans and Kshatriyas.

He said, ‘Help the poor. Sustain the feeble. Do evil to no one. Do not covet what you do not possess. You must not slaughter animals. Reverence Woman, the foundation of all that is good and beautiful.’”

The Brahmans “decided to kill him. But forewarned, he departed by night” and fled to Nepal.
Leading Jesus scholar Edward T. Martin reveals years of Jesus’ youth that the Bible omits.

Martin details the story of Jesus’  travels, studies, and teaching in India, Nepal and Afghanistan and surrounding regions, his survival of the crucifixion, his two marriages, his vindication of Judas, his travels in his mentor’s beamship, his post-crucifixion sojourn in Afghanistan and his long life.

“By the age of 30, Jesus reappeared to start his short life of ministry in Palestine. He was well-traveled and well-learned by the time he began his ministry in Palestine. The Essenes had a lot of time and money invested in Jesus and wanted him proclaimed the new messiah.” Anunnaki agents spread the word that Jesus was the messiah. Hebrew and Roman leaders were alarmed that Jesus might be reinforcing Enlil’s rival, Marduk, who competed with Enlil to become the highest ‘god.’ “Jews wanted a warrior messiah to save them from [Herod’s and the Romans’] slavery and torment, to be told that they were god’s chosen people, that he’d come to save them, not to tell them that all people were equal in god’s eyes. Jesus took upon himself the hopeless situation of the slave species.” Jesus realized Enlil had manipulated him to die as a martyr.”

Jesus didn’t, according to Thiering, die on the cross or with his resurrection. The Anunnaki revived him after his crucifixion. The “angel” [Nibiran] “did something to the guards, incapacitated them, and used Mary to spread the propaganda that Jesus had arisen. He “retreated to a secretive life of anti-Roman activity with his two sons and a daughter. By the time he was crucified, he was already married to Mary Magdalene.


“Jesus was so disillusioned [by the hype Enlil perpetrated after the crucifixion] that he carried on living with his wife and children until the age of 76. Leading the life of an activist against the Romans. He realized he was set up by the gods [Nibirans] to be their mouthpiece and that he was greatly lied to and manipulated by the conniving and manipulative gods who have been controlling humanity from the very beginning. This made Jesus retreat and with his fellow supporters began a campaign of underground resistance against the Roman gods. They realized the ‘gods’ were not infallible and that humans could stand up against them.” In Provence, France, Jesus began “his anti-Roman campaign with his disciples and a growing number of revolutionaries. They struggled against Agrippa I, Caligula, Agrippa II. In June 37 CE, his first son, Jesus Justis was born and September of that year, his marriage to Mary ended. He traveled extensively, seeking support for his movement in Cyprus, Asia Minor, Rome, Ephesus, Philippi, where he married LYDIA in 50CE.

Thoth/Ninghzidda, at Enlil/Yahweh’s order, took Jesus to the Americas to organize resistance to Marduk/Satan, who was also proselytizing there. Jesus “always wore a long white toga and golden sandals.

Jesus would train twelve disciples with one appointed to be their leader, who would take his place when he left.

Known as the “Pale Prophet,” Jesus “would enter war situations, call the chiefs together and divide the lands.

He gave them seeds which they didn’t know about, showed them how to farm.”

He raised both humans and animals from the dead and was active in Michigan, Oklahoma, the Eastern Seaboard, Mound Builder villages, the Sioux, Cheyenne, Pawnee, Chippewa, Shawnee, Algonquin, Wallapai and Toltec.

He continued to travel until he died in 70 CE.

Jesus taught that he’d been planted and manipulated to keep humanity enslaved through fear.” He “turned against his makers and began to preach the awareness of greater spiritual power in the universe.” [Tellinger, gods: 336-416].

“WHEN [Byzantine Roman Emperor} CONSTANTINE ADOPTED CHRISTIANITY, HE SHIFTED IT FROM A RADICAL PACIFIST RELIGION TO THE RELIGION OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE.  THE CROSS, WHICH WAS THE SYMBOL OF THE SUFFERING OF THE POOR, WAS PUT ON THE SHIELD OF ROMAN SOLDIERS.  SINCE THAT  TIME, THE CHURCH HAS BEEN THE CHURCH OF THE RICH AND POWERFUL—THE OPPOSITE OF THE MESSAGE OF THE GOSPELS [writing attributed to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John on Jesus’ life and teaching to embrace universal compassion & peace on earth] [Chompsky, 1986, What We Say Goes: 85].  Constantine’s dominator-authoritarian distortion of Jesus’ message became, until recently, the ethos of the Catholic Church.  Pope Francis seems to be reforming the Catholic Church nowadays.

Learn more of Jesus, his life, his work, and scholarly debates about him at


The Essenes: The Mystery Holy Men Behind the Dead Sea Scrolls?

Morning Prayers

Updated 20 October, 2019 – 13:54 dhwty

The Essenes were a Jewish sect that flourished around the end of the Second Temple Period, i.e. between the 2nd century BC and the 1st century AD. The main source of information regarding this religious group has been the writings of Flavius Josephus, a Jewish historian who lived during the 1st century AD. The Essenes were also mentioned by Philo of Alexandria, a Hellenistic Jewish philosopher who was a contemporary of Josephus, in several paragraphs of his works, as well as the writings of Roman naturalist, Pliny the Elder.

Apart from these authors, ancient rabbinical sources rarely talk about the Essenes and this group does not appear in the New Testament at all. The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in the middle of the 20th century has increased what we know about this Jewish sect, as the Essenes have been credited with the authorship of this body of texts. Nevertheless, this long-held theory has been challenged by some scholars.

Pliny on the Essene Way of Life

According to Pliny, the Essenes lived “on the west of Asphaltites (i.e. the Dead Sea), and sufficiently distant to escape its noxious exhalations.” The Roman author adds that “Below this people was formerly the town of Engadda.” Pliny also provides some information about the Essene way of life.

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He wrote that they were “a people that live apart from the world , and marvelous beyond all others throughout the whole earth, for they have no women among them; to sexual desire they are strangers; money they have none; the palm-trees are their only companions.” Pliny goes on to say that the community increases in size by accepting those “driven thither to adopt their usages by the tempests of fortune, and wearied with the miseries of life.” In this way, “through thousands of ages, incredible to relate, this people eternally prolongs its existence, without a single birth taking place there.”

Flavius Josephus and Philo of Alexandria Provide Alternative Views

A more extensive treatment of the Essenes is found in the works of both Flavius Josephus and Philo of Alexandria. According to the former, the Essenes were one of the three main philosophical sects among the Jews, the other two being the Pharisees and the Sadducees, both of whom are mentioned in the New Testament . The name given to this Jewish sect is said to be derived from the Greek ‘hosios’, which means ‘holy’.

Discussion between the Pharisees, Sadducees and Essenes; Majestas Domini (background); Mozes with the Tables of the Law (background);

Discussion between the Pharisees, Sadducees and Essenes; Majestas Domini (background); Mozes with the Tables of the Law (background); Sun (background). ( Public Domain )

Both Josephus and Philo agree with Pliny’s description of the Essene way of life. In Josephus’ The Jewish War , for instance, the Essenes are said to “reject pleasures as an evil, but esteem continence, and the conquest over our passions to be virtue.” The Jewish historian goes on to say that although the Essenes are not in favor of marriage, they “do not absolutely deny the fitness of marriage, and the succession of mankind thereby continued; but they guard against the lascivious behavior of women, and are persuaded that none of them preserve their fidelity to one man.”

Like Pliny, Josephus wrote about the poverty of the Essenes, “These men are despisers of riches,” This is also seen in their approach towards material necessities, such as clothing, “Nor do they allow of the change of garments, or of shoes, till be first torn to pieces, or worn out by time.” Josephus adds that the Essenes practiced collective ownership, and shared all their worldly possessions:

Nor is there any one to be found among them who hath more than another; for it is a law among them, that those who come to them must let what they have be common to the whole order, insomuch that among them all there is no appearance of poverty, or excess of riches, but every one’s possessions are intermingled with every other’s possessions, and so there is, as it were, one patrimony among all the brethren.

This communal ownership was extended as well to Essenes from outside the local community. As Josephus reports, “if any of their sect come from other places, what they have lies open for them, just as if it were their own, and they go into such as they never knew before, as if they had been ever so long acquainted with them.”

Skulls found at Qumran. Are these the remains of members of the Essenes?

Skulls found at Qumran. Are these the remains of members of the Essenes? (Archaeology-of-Qumran/ CC BY SA 3.0 )

As for the proliferation of the Essenes community, Josephus’ account does not completely agree with the one provided by Pliny. While the latter mentioned that the Essenes maintained their numbers by accepting those who came to join them, Josephus wrote that the Essenes “choose out other persons children while they are pliable, and fit for learning, and esteem them to be of their kindred, and form them according to their own manners.”

Both Philo and Josephus estimated that the Essenes had as many as 4000 followers during their time. The two Jewish authors also differ from Pliny regarding the place(s) where the Essenes lived. Philo wrote that the Essenes were found in “ Palestinian Syria ”, more specifically, “in many cities of Judaea and in many villages and grouped in great societies of many members”. As for Josephus, he stated that “They have no one certain city, but many of them dwell in every city”.

The Essenes Worshipped in a Different Way

From Josephus, we learn also about the religious observances of the Essenes. As Jews, the Essenes were monotheists, and believed in one God. Nevertheless, they are noticeably different from their Jewish brethren in a number of ways. As an example, Josephus highlights their extraordinary piety towards God, “for before sun-rising they speak not a word about profane matters, but put up certain prayers, which they have received from their forefathers, as if they made a supplication for its rising.” The community would then work until the fifth hour, after which they would have a communal meal. Josephus’ detailed description of the meal is as follows,

they assemble themselves together again into one place, and when they have clothed themselves in white veils, they then bathe their bodies in cold water. And after this purification is over, they every one meet together in an apartment of their own, into which it is not permitted to any of another sect to enter; while they go, after a pure manner, into the dining-room, as into a certain holy temple, and quietly set themselves down; upon which the baker lays them loaves in order; the cook also brings a single plate of one sort of food, and sets it before every one of them; but a priest says grace before meat; and it is unlawful for any one to taste of the food before grace be said. The same priest, when he hath dined, says grace again after meat; and when they begin, and when they end, they praise God, as he that bestows their food upon them;

A stepped cistern at Qumran

A stepped cistern at Qumran. ( Public Domain )

Initiation into the Community

Josephus also mentions that a person who intends to join the Essenes is not admitted immediately, but is first required to live in the same manner as the community for a year. During this period, he is still excluded from the community, but is given a small hatchet, a girdle, and a white garment. If the person proves that he is able to observe the Essene way of life during that period, he is made “a partaker of the waters of purification”, but is not admitted into the community yet.

The candidate is required to go through another probation period of two years before being admitted into the Essene community. One last act that the candidate must do is to swear a number of oaths, which are as follows:

he will exercise piety towards God, and then that he will observe justice towards men, and that he will do no harm to any one, either of his own accord, or by the command of others; that he will always hate the wicked, and be assistant to the righteous; that he will ever shew fidelity to all men, and especially to those in authority; because no one obtains the government without God’s assistance; and that if he be in authority, he will at no time whatever abuse his authority, nor endeavour to outshine his subjects either in his garments, or any other finery; that he will be perpetually a lover of truth, and propose to himself to reprove those that tell lies; that he will keep his hands clear from theft, and his soul from unlawful gains; and that he will neither conceal any thing from those of his own sect, nor discover any of their doctrines to others, no, not though any one should compel him so to do at the hazard of his life. Moreover he swears to communicate their doctrines to no one any otherwise than as he received them himself; that he will abstain from robbery, and will equally preserve the books belonging to their sect, and the names of the angels [or messengers].

Josephus wrote as well about many other aspects of the Essenes, including their punishment of members caught committing heinous crimes, their legal system , and their views about the soul and the afterlife. It is unsurprising that Josephus’ writings have long been the primary source of information for this sect. This changed around the middle of the 20th century, when the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. In addition to shedding more light on the Essenes, the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls also led to more scholarly discussion about this Jewish sect.

New Insight on the Essenes from the Dead Sea Scrolls

The Dead Sea Scrolls, known also as the Qumran Cave Scrolls, were first discovered in 1947 in a cave in Wadi Qumran (on the northwest shore of the Dead Sea), in the West Bank. It is generally accepted that the discovery was first made by a Bedouin goat/sheep-herder named Mohammed Ahmed el-Hamed (nicknamed edh-Dhib, “the wolf”). The story goes that when el-Hamed threw a rock into a cave to drive out one of his missing animals, the projectile shattered a pot, piquing his curiosity.

As he entered the cave, el-Hamed found several ancient jars that held scrolls wrapped in linen. The scrolls soon came to the attention of scholars, and, subsequently, around 850 documents were discovered in 11 caves in and around Wadi Qumran.

The documents of the Dead Sea Scrolls deal with a variety of topics. About 30% of the documents are fragments from the Hebrew Bible . 25%  are from traditional Israelite texts not in the canonical Hebrew Bible. Another 30% contain Biblical commentaries, and texts dealing with the beliefs, regulations, and membership requirements of a certain Jewish sect. The latter includes the Community Rule (known also as the ‘Discipline Scroll’ or ‘Manual of Discipline’), and the Rule of the Congregation. The last 15% of the documents remain unidentified.

The Dead Sea Scrolls pose many questions that have yet to be answered, one of them being its authorship. The dominant theory, until the 1990s, at least, states that the documents were written by the Essenes. This is supported by a number of arguments. For instance, the Community Rule contains a description of the initiation ceremony of new members, which bears striking similarities to Josephus’ account of the Essene initiation ceremony.

Two scrolls from the Dead Sea Scrolls lie at their location in the Qumran Caves before being removed for scholarly examination by archaeologists

Two scrolls from the Dead Sea Scrolls lie at their location in the Qumran Caves before being removed for scholarly examination by archaeologists. ( Public Domain )

In addition, both the Community Rule and Josephus talk about the communal ownership practiced by the Essenes. Furthermore, at the site of Khirbet Qumran, water cisterns were found during the excavation, and these may have been used for ritual bathing , an important aspect of Essene religious life. Some scholars also believe that Khirbet Qumran was the Essene settlement mentioned by Pliny.

The Sons of Light?

Apart from the similarities between Josephus’ description of the Essenes and the contents of the Community Rule, the Dead Sea Scrolls provide further information about this sect, assuming it was indeed the Essenes who wrote them. For instance, the document known as the War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness (known also as the ‘War Scroll’ ), provides an insight into the eschatological views of the Essenes.

Fragment of the ‘War Scroll.’

Fragment of the ‘War Scroll.’ ( CC0)

In the document, a war between the ‘Sons of Light’ and the ‘Sons of Darkness’ is prophesied. The latter is also called the army of Belial, consisting of “the troops of Edom, Moab, the sons of Ammon, the [Amalekites], Philistia, and the troops of the Kittim of Asshur. Supporting them are those who have violated the covenant.” At the end of this war, the Sons of Darkness are annihilated, and

[the Sons of Rig]hteousness shall shine to all ends of the world continuing to shine forth until end of the appointed seasons of darkness. Then at the time appointed by God, His great excellence shall shine for all the times of e[ternity;] for peace and blessing, glory and joy, and long life for all Sons of Light.

The Essenes vanished from history after the 1st century AD. Until the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls , this sect survived only in the writings of Josephus, Philo, and Pliny. Some have speculated, however, that Essene practices were contributed, in one way or another, to early Christian monasticism, and they are also connected with various Kabbalistic or Hasidic trends by some Jewish mystical thought.

Top image: ‘Morning Prayers’ (circa 1936) by Otto Pliny. The Essenes were thought to have had specific prayers related to the sunrise. Source: Public Domain

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