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The Historical Origin of the Name Jesus

The origin of the name Jesus is from the Greek god Zeus who is the same as the

Roman god Jupiter. Jesus or Iesus is the Greek and Latin spelling of the name. Prior to

the invasion of ancient Kemet by Alexander the great in 332 B.C.E, the Greeks had no

alphabet or written language. Greeks at this time were warlike barbarians fascinated by

the intellect of the people of ancient Kemet (Egypt). The Greek invaders wanted to

be included in the secret Egyptian spiritual system but there was a problem; the priest

teachers could not accept the Greeks into the spiritual system because human form could

not be worshipped as Gods in ancient Kemet. People in ancient Kemet paid homage to

ancestors and tried to stay in tune with the universe through the principles of Maat. The

Greek invaders eventually convinced a group of priest teachers in the city of Memphis to

accept the worship of a god in human form in 320 B.C.E.

One of the first task of the traitor priest also known as the Melchite Coptics, due

to Memphis being their home, was to take one part of the Medu Netcher writing system

and adopt it to the Greek language. This is called the Hieratic Demotic, proof of this act

can be seen later when the Rosetta stone was used to decipher a small portion of the

Medu Netcher. Alexander’s general Ptolemy took control of Kemet after Alexander’s

death. He was the person who convinced the Mechite Coptics to accept him into their

spiritual system and to be worshipped as a god in 320 B.C.E. Amazingly, Ptolemy’s

other Greek name was Soter which means savior. This title was given to him due to his

military conquest.

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In order to make Soter into a god, the Melchite Coptics fused Osiris, who was

worshipped as a god with the sacred Apis bull of Memphis. These two words combined

give you Osirapis or Serapis, which means the savior and leader of souls to the light. He

was also called the one who raises the dead and protector in the after life. This figure of

Serapis was later forced upon all of the people of Kemet to worship and was placed

alongside Isis, breaking the link between Osiris and Isis. Those who did not

accept the image worshipped secretly in their homes.

The Romans later conquered Kemet and by 543 A.C.E. the first Roman church

was built in Kemet, called the Coptic monophysite church. The Roman emperor

Justinian appointed Baradai a priest from this church to evangelize among the Arabs, this

led to Mohammed receiving information concerning this new religion and creating Islam.

196- 197 B.C.E. Ptolemy V Epiphanes Eucharistos (Ruler of Egypt) celebrates a holiday to honor the Melchite Coptic Egyptians who created Serapis and worship him as a god. This was called the Eucharist and is used in the Catholic Mass. (Notice the Christ in the name.)

325 A.C.E. After Constantine made Christianity an official religion the only title given to the Christ image was Serapis. The Greeks continued to call him Zeus (Iesu) in their language or Serapis when in Egypt and the Romans called him Jupiter (Iupiter).

431 A.C.E. The council of Ephesus introduced the Christ Serapis as the Messiah, during this event Isis was stripped of her attributes turned into the virgin Mary to appease the Romans. During this time there is no letter J. The capital Latin I and small i functioned as the g or j sound. For the next 800 years the I or z as in Iesu or Iupiter took the form of the sound we call the letter j. All of these letters have their root in the Egyptian alphabet.

1240 A.C.E. The monophysite Christians developed a new name for the human god or Christ Serapis due to the outdating of the name. The Romans and Greeks only used the name Serapis when in ancient Kemet. A new international name needed to be created to
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suit all of the Christians. Part of the idea to create a new name was due to Muhammed being accepted as leader of the religion Islam.

1245 A.C.E. At the first Ecumenical Council of Lyons, under the leadership of Innocent the IV. The name Iesu or Zeus was chosen as the official name for the Christ. Iesu was
known as the Nur Muhammed Haqiqa (to sing praises) or new Muhammed, one who was divine and to worshipped as god, unlike the human faceless prophet Muhammed.

1245 A.C.E. The characters Serapis 320 b.c.e. and the mythical Jehoshua ben Pandira 120 B.C.E. were put together to form the character Jesus. This was done because Serapis had no official history and Jehoshua ben Pandira had no official name. Both were mythical figures who needed a foundation.

1630 A.C.E. The letter J is used to replace the I and Iesu becomes Jesus. The Je meaning I in French and sus referring to zeus, can be referred to as “I am Zeus” In French Je never stands alone.


The Historical Origin of Christianity, Walter Williams

Gerald Massey Lectures, Gerald Massey

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