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The Judas Goat: the Substitution of Christ on the Cross (cont.)
By Tracy R. Twyman


  1. In the Gospel of John, 1:29, John the Baptist points also at Jesus and declares, “Behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.”
  3. This links up with similar words recorded by Sumeriologist L.A. Waddell regarding the ancient Indus Valley.
  4. This is true, and it may bring new meaning to the line in the coded parchment found at Rennes-le-Chateau, which reads: “by the cross and this horse of God…”
  5. James is yet another person identified in the gospels as one of Jesus’ biological brothers, so this Judas probably would have been as well.
  6. There is a stone depiction of this image in Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland.
  7. It is interesting that the words “doubt” and “double” are related, as “doubt” essentially means to “second-guess.”
  8. For further reading, check out “The Choice Vine: Mary Magdalene, the Sacred Whore, and the Benjamite Inheritance”, also by Tracy Twyman, in the new book The Arcadian Mystique: The Best of Dagobert’s Revenge Magazine. Go to for more information.
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