Friday, August 7, 2009

Talmud of Jmmanuel

The "Talmud of Jmmanuel" is the English translation of an ancient Aramaic script, discovered in 1963 in a cave near Jerusalem. The ancient scrolls, written by Judas Iscariot, the disciple of Jmmanuel, had been encased in tree resin and buried for almost two millennia before being unearthed by Isa Rashid, a Lebanese priest of the Greek Orthodox church, and by "Billy" Eduard Albert Meier, a New Age prophet educated by wise celestial teachers from the Pleiades star cluster. The discoverers of the scrolls have since been persecuted by Christian and Jewish orthodox groups and by political shadow governments. Rashid, who had been entrusted with the original scrolls for safekeeping and translation from Aramaic to German, had to flee from Jerusalem to Lebanon to evade his persecutors, who were intent on silencing him and destroying the scrolls. The scrolls were burned and lost in an Israeli air raid on a Lebanese refugee camp in 1974. Rashid and his family escaped, but were assassinated in Baghdad shortly thereafter. A quarter of the original script had been translated into German by then and had been mailed to Billy Meier in Switzerland. Meier edited and published the German version of the "Talmud Jmmanuel" in 1975. So far, Billy Meier has survived more than a dozen attempts on his life.

The portion of the ancient script that was saved runs parallel to the gospel of St. Matthew and appears to be its source document. The philosophical contents of the teachings of Jmmanuel, however, deviate significantly from the severely redacted version in the biblical text. James Deardorff, professor emeritus from the Oregon State University, is a stout proponent for the authenticity of the 1963 archaeological find of the Aramaic scrolls, and has spent the last 16 years studying and carefully comparing its text with the biblical scriptures. He found overwhelming evidence that the writer of the Gospel of Matthew "used and altered the Talmud to suit his theology, making changes, insertions and omissions, in a manner that precludes reversing the arguments to claim a literary hoax." Professor Deardorff also found ample evidence that the Talmud's German translation derived directly from an Aramaic source, in support of Meier's first-hand witness testimony.

When Dr. Dietmar Rothe, a physicist and engineer, first came across a copy of the Talmud of Jmmanuel (TJ) in 1996, he immediately recognized the great philosophical and spiritual value in the wisdom contained in the teachings of Jmmanuel, most of which are not in the Bible, others only in distorted form. Being fluent in German and English, he also found that the English version of the TJ’s second edition needed revisions in many places to bring out the true meaning contained in this wisdom. Over the next four years, he spent many hours in collaboration with Heidi Peters (who consulted with Billy Meier on the meaning of difficult German passages) and Prof. James Deardorff to make the English text conform accurately with the original.

Dr. Dietmar Rothe Speaks About The Talmud of Jmmanuel

This totaly blew my mind in a spiritually scientific non religious way!

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