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The Jesus Gene

A Messianic Bloodline, the Jews and Freemasonry



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The Jesus Gene by Patrick M. L. Byrne

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THE JESUS GENE The Jesus Gene has been comprehensively researched and the authors have over 50 years experience of Freemasonry between them as well as senior Masonic rank in most orders. The Jesus Gene breaks entirely new ground and confirms controversial origins for Freemasonry, origins that have only been hinted at until now. The Jesus Gene looks behind the veil of secrecy that shrouds Freemasonry and puts forward a new - and contentious - explanation for the allegories that the Masonic initiation ceremonies enact. In Part 1, The Jesus Gene weighs up the high Judaic content of Freemasonry. Ancient Masonic manuscripts are then analysed to identify the Jews as credible founders of Freemasonry. During this examination the ceremonies of becoming a Mason are acknowledged as a passable allegory for conversion to Judaism. In Part 2, Judaic history from the Temple period to the present is sifted to identify when Jews founded Freemasonry. Biblical history is compared with archaeological evidence to ascertain the accuracy of available data, especially the assertion of various academic archaeologists that the "Exodus did not happen". The "tomb-builders" of Deir el-Medina are identified as possible candidates for taking monotheism to Israel. This examination of Jewish history ends with the Marranos or crypto-Jews and identifies them as the most likely creators of Freemasonry. Freemasonry evolved from a group of secret messengers who journeyed between the scattered groups of Jews with religious news and trade contracts. In part 3, a genuine Temple priesthood bloodline - detected in part 2 - is checked against the Da Vinci or Rennes-le-Chateau "bloodline theory" concluding that Jesus Christ probably carried the same Y chromosome as modern male Cohanim. The "Jesus was married to Mary Magdelene" legend is examined; concluding that it is unlikely that Christ had children or that a Rex Deus bloodline is plausible.
Release date NZ
January 6th, 2006
Contributions by Enrique Bozzo Contributions by Ray Hudson
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
6 b&w photos, 10 line drawings, 2 maps
Cardon Books
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