The Yazidi people of Iraq
The Yazadi of Iraq – the people of Izas-Jesus.
It would appear that the persecuted Yazadi people of Iraq are actually called the Izad people, which is the Parthian spelling of Izas (Izates) – the princes and kings of Edessa.
Incredibly, it would appear that the Yazidi are likely to be the people of King Izas of Edessa – the biblical Jesus.
In terms of their religion, the Yazidi (Izadi) are obviously Sabaean (Star Worshippers), just as the biblical Jesus and the monarchs of Edessa were also Sabaean. (Check out the birth scene for Jesus). The god with seven angels is the Sun with seven planets. While the chief angel, Malak Taus (the Peacock Angel or Peacock King) is quite obviously the Phoenix. The language here is Greco-Aramaic, the same languages as used at Edessa (Malak means angel or king in Aramaic, while Taoos means peacock in Greek). Anyone who has read the latest version of ‘Jesus, King of Edessa’, will know the importance of the Phoenix to the history of Edessa.
TAP – Is this why the Yazidi people were selected for the worst possible treatment by ISIS? The descendants of King Izas would be a threat to the Catholic Church as is Palmyra where Ralph Ellis found a statue of King Izas before ISIS ransacked the place. Revelation of the real historical Jesus and his star based religion is clearly not wanted by the powers that run the world currently, who use his name as the basis for Christianity. True understanding of the spirit world threatens their Satanic powers derive from ritual contact with demons. The real King Jesus knew how to communicate with benign spiritual forces as the Dead Sea Scrolls indicate, also covered in Ellis’ King Jesus trilogy. This power could undo the cabal that runs the world, bringing fake epidemics, psychological operations, lockdown, ill-health and economic destruction.
Ellis’s trilogy –
Jesus, King of Edessa: First edition release Mar 2013
Edfu Books presents Jesus, King of Edessa, perhaps the most revolutionary religious book ever written. This is the book that the Catholic Church has been dreading for the last 1700 years. This is the book that will place Jesus back into the historical record. We now know who Jesus was, where he lived, and who his family were. Readers can now visit his city, see the ruins of his citadel, gaze upon his statue, and handle his coins. Jesus was indeed an influential ‘King of the Jews’, a prince with a small realm, a large treasury, and even bigger ambitions.