The Judas Goat: the Substitution of Christ on the Cross (cont.)
By Tracy R. Twyman
- 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.”
- This links up with similar words recorded by Sumeriologist L.A. Waddell regarding the ancient Indus Valley.
- 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…”
- James is yet another person identified in the gospels as one of Jesus’ biological brothers, so this Judas probably would have been as well.
- There is a stone depiction of this image in Rosslyn Chapel in Scotland.
- It is interesting that the words “doubt” and “double” are related, as “doubt” essentially means to “second-guess.”
- 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 dagobertsrevenge.com for more information.
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