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THE 17TH CENTURY BROUGHT ABOUT A NEW LOOK AND NEW NAME FOR A GOD

The Civil Writer Magazine

If there are two great European lies pertaining to Iesous aka Jesus why wouldn't there be more. Two European lies are 1. The features of Iesous/

Iesus and 2. The name Jesus. Both are considered "white lies" a white lie thought to be insignificant and justified, especially one told to avoid hurting someone's feelings or giving offense. Let's break this down Salvator Mundi,

Latin for Saviour of the World, is a subject in

iconography depicting Christ is a painting by

Italian Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci

dated to c. 1500.

Jesus was painted white because Leonardo's culture was white and Italian. Therefore the race of Jesus had to have a conforming feature in his white society in order to accept Christianity. One hundred and 50 years later the white portrait of Iesous/Iesus needed a Hebrew name change from Iesous to Jesus. What would our churches look like on Easter Sunday if we were confronted with the reality that the body hung on the cross was brown? Would it be acceptable to the world? The answer is no. There is no doubt that the historical Jesus, the man who was executed by the Romans in the first century CE, was a brown-skinned, Middle Eastern Jew. And the truth is Jesus was not his real name. This is not controversial from a scholarly point of view it is science and scriptures.

Does any of this matter? Yes, it really does. As a society, we are now becoming a well diversified society and well aware of the power of skin representation. To have given Jesus white skin, hair and blue eyes is what took him off the cross because if he was portrayed as a God of color he would have taken the same path of other Gods of color.

Osiris was then murdered by his evil brother Typhon. Typhon divided the body into twenty-six pieces, which he distributed amongst his fellow conspirators in order to implicate them in the murder. It was believed that Ra died and sailed on to the underworld, leaving the moon in his place to light up the world.