WATCH: Flavian Signature Presentation – Joseph Atwill, Author of “Caesar’s Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus”

Shalom everyone! The following is video presentation by researcher Joseph Atwill called “Flavian Signature Presentation,” showing that the Christian deity Jesus was invented by the Romans as a propaganda tool to pacify the rebellious masses throughout the Roman Empire. Atwill also shows how the four gospels in the so-called “new testament” were written by the Flavian family in a manner which borrowed the historical people, places, things and history from the Hebrew Scriptures, and linked them to the fictional character Jesus in order to give the latter some legitimacy. If you are wondering about the true origins of Christianity and its text, the so-called “new testament,” then this video presentation is a must-see.  Joseph Atwill is the author of “Caesar’s Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus”:

“Joseph Atwill’s book, “Caesar’s Messiah: The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus”, gives us a revolutionary new understanding of the origin of Christianity, who was the real Jesus (Son of Man), what is the New Testament, and how Christ’s second coming already happened. In this short explanatory video, Atwill presents concepts from The Flavian Signature chapter in the latest edition of his book. The Flavian Signature refers to the parallels Atwill discovered which link the Jesus story in the Gospels to the military campaign of the Roman Caesar Titus Flavius in the histories of Josephus. Atwill shows how these parallels prove that the story of Jesus is not historical, and that it was the Flavian court who authored the Gospels – thus leaving their “signature”, the “Flavian Signature”, in the Gospels for posterity to discover and recognize. Runtime: 34 minutes.”

Flavian Signature Presentation – Joseph Atwill

Video from Caesar’s Messiah/YouTube 


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