It was very touching that readers started to contact me when nothing was posted for two days over the weekend. It’s been necessary to slow things down a touch for a while, with so much going on. The messages from Sabine in Berlin are keeping us in touch with events as regards The WBKs. The petition is having a good day receiving nearly 1500 new signatures against 1000 yesterday. Someone had even gone to the effort of breaking the link to the petition in the blog post asking for support, so that shows they don’t like it. So — keep signing!
The time away from blog is not being wasted. I’ve decided to pick up one of the books planned for my holiday reading and read it now. I’m very glad I have. It’s totally fascinating. It’s the second book in the Ralph Ellis ‘King Jesus’ trilogy, and in this one the 1700 year rule of The Roman Catholic Church is totally dissolved with raw historical facts, which are emerging thanks to the research skills of Ellis and his willingness to take the work done by others over the last three centuries, and drive it to its inevitable conclusion.
I won’t spoil the drama for you by revealing what conclusions he comes to. For me it unravels whole volumes of wrong information rammed down our throats when we were kids, and finally gives me the key to the exit door as regards formal religion. That said I am meeting the true historical character called Jesus for the first time, who bears little resemblance to the one created in the Bible by Josephus Flavius. He’s a far more interesting figure than the near wimp we were told to slavishly follow by our (no doubt well meaning) elders and betters. For example, don’t yield unto Caesar what is Caesars. Make him fight for every penny! Jesus fought a war to try to obstruct Roman tax collectors operating in his small enclave. That’s just a taster. Jesus was a wealthy king, an educated gnostic, a scientist, and he wanted a very different world to the enslavement being brought to the world by Rome. We should go back to the world in those times, reconstruct our understanding of who people were, who we are now, where all these paedophiles and Satanists come from, and relaunch the human race free of all the hocus pocus Catholic crap that still holds people in awe near two thousand years later.
The plot gets even more fascinating in the second half of the book. Did Jesus visit England and live here in our pleasant mountains green? Just buy the book, if I were you. Before I spoil your enjoyment unnecessarily by answering that question. This looks like the cure for Satanism to me. Jesus lost the war against Rome two thousand years, but his ideas can literally be reborn and used again right now. They certainly need to be. Go to Amazon, and find them there. Or pop along to Windows On The World and find him being interviewed there by Mark W.