Jesus did come to Britain. In AD 70. Ralph Ellis interviewed by Mark Windows.

Fascinating history which explains how the Christian religion was created by Rome.  and why.

The Jewish Revolt happened in the AD 60s.  Its details were recorded by Josephus Flavius (picture below).

It was led by Jesus, the King of Edessa, then in Northern Syria.  In Edessa he was known as Manu (Emmanuel).

The Romans needed a less extreme version of Judaeism, so they created one, by rewriting the history of what happened.

The monarchy of Northern Syria was extremely wealthy, and aspired to taking over the Eastern Empire, and then the whole of the Roman Empire.

Nero was a dead man walking in AD 67, and the throne was up for grabs.  Jesus tried, and failed.  Josephus Flavius rewrote the history of the Jewish Revolt

to move it backwards in time to the biblical era, with Pontius Pilate.  The battle in Judaea was between Vespasian and Jesus, for the throne of Rome.  King Jesus lost.

He was crucified, along with two others.  He was taken down from the cross by Josephus of Aramethea and survived.  The other two died.

The rest of the story moves to England.  Fascinating stuff.

Jesus was taken to Alexandria to see Vespasian, and he was brought before Vespasian. Vespasian was a commoner.

He needed some majesty.  Josephus Flavius bestowed on Vespasian the Judaean star prophecy.

The start prophecy formerly belonged to Jesus.  Vespasian then sailed to Rome, with his majesty acquired.

Vespasian didn’t kill Jesus.  His son Titus was married to Jesus’ best friend.  Other reasons.  Jesus had many supporters.

It was decided to exile him.  They sent him to Chester in Britain.

Vespasian built a new large fortress in Chester, not in a very strategic position, bigger than normal.

The central section had two bath houses, a temple of the Zodiac and a residential area.  It was a prison fortress, built to house Jesus and other Jewish prisoners.

The Jews were the primary adherents of the Zodiac.  Judaeism came from Egypt.  That’s where the Jews came from.

Jesus was a gnostic, possessing great knowledge and technology.  This was defeated by the other side, who then lost the knowledge.

The Nazarenes controlled the Zodiac information.  The fortress of Chester was built in AD 76.

Jesus lived in England from AD 70 to AD 95.  This was covered up to please the Catholic Church.

Was Jesus renamed Arthur ?  Jesus and the Apostles in Judaea became Arthur and the Round Table in England.

Zodiac of Hamat Tiberius on Google.  Circular.  Helios in the centre.  The Last supper table.  12 disciples were 12 signs of the Zodiac.

It’s processional astrology.  Aries – lamb of god became fisher of men – Pisces.  Pisces started in AD10.

Jesus was teaching about Pisces, suggesting the then new age should be different?

Saul wasn’t a high level Mason, and wasn’t initiated into astrological knowledge.  The year zeroed not because of Jesus, but because of astrological resetting into Pisces.

The Bible lost the understandings of astrology.

Book – Jesus of Edessa by Ralph Ellis.  Jesus died in Chester (Deva) around AD 98, where he was imprisoned, buried probably for a pauper’s grave.

The temple where Jesus was allowed to worship is now under a shopping centre.



19 Responses to “Jesus did come to Britain. In AD 70. Ralph Ellis interviewed by Mark Windows.”

  1. dr john oddy says:

    yes the word was when Jesus got to England, he was cheated by a jewish estate agent out of the keys to the kingdom of heaven.

  2. susan foster says:

    we knew all along that ISIS were a force of mercenaries working for israel and the USA and here is the proof

  3. peter wilson says:

    This short article explains how sport and particularly football is used and exploited by jews to distract the goyim while they do their dirty work

  4. Baron says:

    Complete load of cobblers. No such “real” person as Jesus.
    There is no true records of anyone called Jesus. The story was fabricated based on earlier myths.

    • Tapestry says:

      There are records of a person called Jesus, George. Listen to the video. It’s not the same as the New Testament at all. Fascinating stuff.

      • Gordon says:


        An old man arrives on an Island with a small group of people in 583 BC. He brings the daughter of a King, a scribe named Simon Brug and some relics. The powerful Milesian High King of all Ireland allows the old man complete control. Instituting laws, schools and congresses, the old man forever changes the face of the Island’s history, and subsequently the history of the entire world. Apparently incidental to all this, is the fulfilling of a 500 year old prophecy.

        Few people know that Jeremiah was much more than a prophet. He tends to get lumped in with Isaiah, Ezekial, and the others. Jeremiah did more than go around speaking doom and gloom. He held a high level position in the kingdom of Judah. He was the grandfather of King Zedekiah. II Kings 24:18. Most importantly, Jeremiah was God’s Trustee of the Bloodline and the Throne of David.

        “Judaeism came from Egypt. That’s where the Jews came from.”

        Exo 12:37 And the children of Israel journeyed from Rameses to Succoth, about six hundred thousand on foot that were men, beside children.
        Exo 12:38 AND A Mixed Multitude went up also with them; and flocks, and herds, even very much cattle.

        The mixed multitude were to be a thorn in the flesh of the Israelites. Who else in the world is a thorn in the flesh of mankind?

        Regarding the constellations used once in scripture and stars used fifty times at least some consideration should be given why! See;

  5. Christian religion created by Rome???? ROTFL Oh yes, and thats why they used Israelites (NOT JEWS) to start it. LOL

    Yashua Messiah came to Britain in circa 15 AD brought here by his great uncle Joseph of Aremathea the tin merchant. Cornish legends are rife with stories about J of A coming to Britain to trade for tin and Welsh gold, both items in great demand across the Roman Empire.

    Ellis is a numb skull idiot.

  6. Linda says:

    I want to know what bloodline jesus is from?? Part of the blood group who came out the mountains of Causcaus??

  7. charles allan says:

    Once people stop believing in God (of the Bible) they don’t believe in nothing – they believe in anything.

    • Gillian says:

      That’s a(rough)quote from GK Chesterton I believe.

      Interestingly his name appears on a list of SMOMS. To be a little more precise, he was one the top group, Knights or something that Wasp was referring to recently.
      Some interesting names on that list inc. Anne Widdecombe and one or two others which surprised me.

      • Mark says:

        I would ask Wasp for the sources re GK Chesterton and Malta Knights?

        ‘Eugenics and Other Evils’ is available free online.

        Begins with ‘WHAT IS EUGENICS?’

        Opening paragraph.

        The wisest thing in the world is to cry out before you are hurt. It is no good to cry out after you are hurt; especially after you are mortally hurt. People talk about the impatience of the populace; but sound historians know that most tyrannies have been possible because men moved too late. It is often essential to resist a tyranny before it exists. It is no answer to say, with a distant optimism, that the scheme is only in the air. A blow from a hatchet can only be parried while it is in the air.

        Knights(?) should keep there mouths shut surely?


  8. Linda says:

    Bit of a sweeping generalisation there Charles. People are searching for the truth of the matter

  9. Harry J says:

    This nonsense keeps popping. It’s been effectively debunked by several people with this, perhaps, being the best.

  10. Mark says:

    Wow Jesus is making the rounds, yeaterday I posted this:
    And now, ‘did those feet in ancient times…’ ?
    According to the intro above “of course…”. Personally, the claims might carry more punch if there’s some/more (yet to hear the full interview), engagement with the converse arguments, and just a little less “obviously, obviously…”. It’s like an escoteric who’s got those evangelical blinkers on (new atheists also have this propensity). Jordan Maxwell and David Icke come to mind (much to be learnt from both nevertheless). Surely Brother Tap, there’s a vital word missing from this line?
    ‘Fascinating history which explains how the Christian religion was created by Rome and why’.
    Really? Well that’s conviction for ya,

  11. Tapestry says:

    This post was bound to be controversial. I tend to post controversial posts lending support to the author/speaker. Otherwise why post them? I am interested that KIng Esus was a gnostic, and that his defeat by Vespasian meant the gnostic knowledge was lost to the Roman Empire. What was that knowledge?

    How similar to the modern day Christian philosophy were the gnostic beliefs?

    • Gnostics were deemed heretics by the founders of the Roman Cult under Constantine circa 325-346 AD

      Needless to say Rome incorporated many Gnostic ideas into its belief system, as they always did with all religions, in order to be as accommodating as possible and rake in the all important dosh.

      From Wiki:

      Gnosticism (from Ancient Greek: γνωστικός gnostikos, “learned”, from γνῶσις gnōsis, knowledge) describes a collection of ancient religions whose adherents shunned the material world created by the demiurge and embraced the spiritual world.[1] Gnostic ideas influenced many ancient religions[2] that teach that gnosis (variously interpreted as knowledge, enlightenment, salvation, emancipation or ‘oneness with God’) may be reached by practicing philanthropy to the point of personal poverty, sexual abstinence (as far as possible for hearers, completely for initiates) and diligently searching for wisdom by helping others.[3] However, practices varied among those who were Gnostic.

      Here above we can see many identifying signs of meaningless Roman Catholic Monastic life and behaviour.

  12. Mark says:

    Tap – you post away.

    I don’t know the answer to, or much about, your first question. I suspect the most-central demonic cabal consider ownership of such knowledge. They desire and believe they have history’s hidden knowledge. They love their Luciferian ways and doubtless use it in rituals and practice.

    However, I’m fairly bang up on modern day Christian philosophy, Charismatic Christians are dubbed by non- (ok anti-) charismatics with being gnostic it’s overwhelmingly glib and unfounded.

    ‘Christianity’ is rarely understood. Not my (and some others) personal take.

    Evangelical and Liberal – break it down from there.

    I’m curious why you might be interested.


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