An ancient set of books thought to be the oldest written reference to Jesus Christ have been proven genuine, say experts.
Jesus Christ was a pagan who worshipped a God who was both male and female, according to an ancient set of lead tablets that scientists have confirmed date to within a few years of Jesus’ ministry.
Biblical scholars are even speculating that one of the books might be the original Book of Revelations as it has seven seals and fits the classical description of the book.
The metal “pages” of the lead tablets, held together like a ring binder, were found in Jordan in 2008 by Hassan Saeda, an Israeli Bedouin, and make reference to Christ and his disciples.
At first the discovery was presumed a hoax, but the the lead has now been analysed and the words and symbols translated and experts say the tablets are between 1,800 – 2,000 years old, meaning they date from within a few years of Jesus’s ministry and Biblical scholars claim they will provide new insight into the real life of Jesus Christ.
The ancient lead tablets also show the earliest portrait of Jesus Christ now known to humankind. The tablets suggest that Christ was not starting his own religion – as is taught by major Christian sects today – but was instead restoring a thousand-year-old tradition that dated from the time of King David.
A part of the restored tradition of the King David’s Temple was the “Divine Feminine” – a tradition that was lost over the years, eventually being altered and known to modern-day Christians as the Holy Spirit. The tablets also suggest that Jesus had women involved in his ministry.