The Messiah Immortalised in Time
This book reveals for the first time how a sacred timeline was laid down secretly in scripture using red letter dates and time spans within which a pantheon of biblical superstars were introduced. The choreography and timing of each new arrival was prepared with the same painstaking effort used today to build up the profiles of celebrity VIPs. In contemporary parlance, the scribes took on the role of promoters and their key projection was with the forecast of a Messiah. This projection by the prophets was the biggest PR undertaking in the history of mankind. Nothing was left to chance. The epiphany was plotted with systematic brilliance using mathematical wizardry. Each new link was forged in time and would at the appointed hour be added to the chain. By the time each character entered the story the audience would be prepared for their arrival by the confluence of special indicators, signs or portents. These were generally celestial and created a sense of divine connection. It imbued the character with a mystique or aura. It culminated with the birth of Jesus Christ and his receipt of the royal ointment from the Magi.
The enormity and magnitude of this recent discovery was with the unveiling of a set of biblical time charts, which once formed the calendar of the gods. Those calendar charts were used by the prophets to forecast when the predicted Messiah would come on earth and it would be at the time of a bright star.
Read the first scientific evidence that shows the biblical prophets were divinely inspired when the predicted the coming of a Messiah.
Learn the identity of the Star of Bethlehem.
Study why the 26th February in year 06 BCE was the likely date of the birth of Jesus.
Learn how the prophets had configured a metaphysical cross centuries before the crucifixion.
See how the gospel writers used the holy tabernacle as an image motif of the tomb to explain the events of the resurrection of Jesus in terms that mortals could understand.
Discover why Mary Magdalene could look into the tomb and see two angels sitting at either end of where the body of Jesus had lain whereas Peter only saw the linen clothes.
You will then see why Mary Magdalene was given the glory of announcing the resurrection of Jesus to the whole world.
The outcome may hopefully do justice to Mary Magdalene for the new evidence has the potential to have her recognised as the first Pope.