Okay Yoda, any facts, evidence or primary sources to back up your claims? Or is this going to be another wild claim like last time with your John the Baptist was an adult married with children at the time of Jesus' birth nonsense?
People in the Old Testament were claimed to have been King of Jews too so it's not even original with Jesus. The entire claim is lame.
Yoda?!...Did you mean to say Littlejohn ..."..any facts, evidence or primary sources to back up your claims.."
I have already provided many clues about my statements, and not only here but also at the forum called freeratio.org ( http://www.freeratio.org/forumdisplay.p ... 8e00a&f=60
), available to every (other material even much I have exposed in the Italian forums moreover, although with a 'nickname' different from Littlejohn).
Any person with a mind free from dogma of whichever kind, whether 'fideists' and 'deniers', could get a lot by what I posted until now. It is obviously not your case, since you are continuing to confute me with vapid sarcasm. When the truth will result as public domain, not only others will laugh at you, but maybe even yourself ...
A singular scholar, known with the pseudonym Allan Kardec, who lived in France in the first half of the nineteenth century and founder of the so-called 'christian spiritism ', amongst its many 'prophecies' has predicted that in the century successive to his own, namely in the twentieth century, an Italian
would reveal to the world the truth about the origins of Christianity
I do not know how all this could happen, even because I'm fundamentally skeptical with regard to the spiritism and 'medium' world, however the fact remains that today I am more than convinced that I just came to understand about everything: everything of what is need to understand about the origins of Christianity and the real historical profiles of the characters involved in the Gospel story...
The twentieth century has elapsed since 10 years, however I started to expose the first results of my historical researchs (of course uncomplete) since the end of the 90s (1995-2000).
I have often wondered how he could do Kardec to arrive to formulate such a 'prophecy'. It was obvious that he, having lived in a tumultuous period in history, with its revolutionary discoveries and industrial revolutions because of them, could have imagined that from there at a century later, surely the 'galloping' science would allowed scholars to come at head of a mystery that lasted far too long: namely that related to the origins of Christianity. But the thing that seemed to me inexplicable, and it still seems to me, it's why an Italian ....