The Meaning of Jesus (or Iesu): Eunuch and the Constatine Bible in the Book of Matthew

Posted by Emjay | Posted in Topic | Posted on 22-05-2012

All the law-givers chosen by the Gods have been Iesu (Eunchs) and are know by these terms: I-es-u, Yeshuah or Jesus. They were of passionless birth, born sexless. When the Constantine Bible was written by the Nicene Creed in the fourth century the word Jesus was used as symbolism. Capilya of India, Ka'yu or Confucious of China, Po of China, Zarathustra of Persia, Chine of China, Joshu of Israel were all naturally born Iesus.

King James Bible MATTHEW 19:12: "For there are some eunuchs, which were so born from their mother's womb: and there are some eunuchs, which were made eunuchs of men: and there be eunuchs, which have made themselves eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven's sake. He that is able to receive it, let him receive it." From the Oahspe:

Men can also attain Iesu status by fasting, long suffering and diet even by many who have it not naturally. Brahma, for example, attained Iesu status in his old age.

Iesu, signifying, without evil, is the ultimate salvation of the soul.

I-e-su (Y-e-shuah) signifying, without evil, 49.11;54.5. when man attaineth to be one with All Light he is, 466.5 to 7. this child (Zarathustra) hath no sex! He is an Yeshuah (I-e-su), a passionless birth, 174.7. I'su (Panic), one who is born sexless, 612.34, note, behold thy son Ka'yu is K'te'sune in the borders, 710.2 note. Hatuas said: All the law-givers chosen by the Gods have been, 733.50.

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