Meet Jesus, Mary (Magdalene) and the kids
I just finished Ralph Ellis’ book Mary Magdalene, and can say it’s his best yet. It’s the break-out when he starts interpreting all the detailed work he’s done to date on The Old Testament and New Testament histories, and takes the meaning of what he’s discovered and places it into a modern context.
Jesus’ sister and wife Mary Magdalene survived the catastrophe of defeat in Jerusalem in AD 70, made good her escape from Vespasian and settled in the South of France. Ellis can’t say precisely where she settled, but he finds much evidence of the influence she had and her Nazarene gnostic cult that she and Jesus were leading in Judaea prior to their defeat, and Jesus’ exile to Chester in England.
The first half of the book examines this evidence and tracks the names of the people involved through their Egyptian, Hebrew, Greek, Latin and English versions. Somehow the small principality of Orange was able to stand up against the power of Rome for hundreds of years and finally enable freedom of thought to be permitted across Europe. That would never have happened without Mary Magdalene’s influence being brought to bear.
The second half of the book shows how Jesus’s influence (not the biblical Jesus who was a creation of Josephus Flavius the Roman historian) survived, through Mary Magdalene, to underpin the Orange Order which enabled Europe to break free of the Roman Catholic Church and bring in the Reformation and the Enlightenment. The modern world only came about due to these events.
The last part of the book examines what kind of threat the Moslem religion now poses to the freedom we enjoy in the West. Immigration and the destruction of country after country can be traced back to the creation of ‘The Dark Lord’. It makes a dire warning, and exposes the real meaning of Islam.
The history of Israel is seen in a more positive light when it is realised that 500,000 Jews were thrown out of Iraq in 1945 by Moslem Arabs. They were 50% of the population of Baghdad and owned 90% of its businesses at the end of WW2, until all was taken from them. Baghdad was until that moment a Jewish City. He gives the Palestinians less consideration than the media or the majority of the alternative media, when he sees they deliberately breed bigger numbers to try to overpower Israel from a democratic viewpoint. The Palestinians are used by other Arab/Moslem nations to deliver stress against the West. We are not told the full story in the western media, which favours massive Moslem immigration, which will ultimately destroy our way of life and the freedoms we now believe to be normal. We have to start resisting and laughing at the nonsense contained within the Moslem cult.
Ellis doesn’t delve too far into the global agendas that might lie behind the events he describes. It’s just as well. His books are long enough for now, and he can deal with more global issues like ‘climate change’ which he expands on in a chapter, later on. I’d love to hear his take on Sumeria one day.
His next work, however, is about King Arthur, the myth created to cover up the real story of Jesus living in exile in England and spreading his cult wherever he was able from the temple where he was imprisoned in Chester. Once you’re read Ellis’ books, your former ignorance as to where the modern world was created, passes away and can never return. This is gnosticism or knowledge writ large. I am very grateful for Ellis’ research over twenty five years and having the opportunity to read it. I first saw him interviewed on Mark Windows’ Windows On The World. So thanks also go to Mark.