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- The history of King Arthur was modeled upon the life of Jesus.
- Jesus-Arthur had twelve disciple-knights of the Round (Last Supper) Table.
- The son of Jesus-Arthur was the king of Palmyra in Syria.
This is the most comprehensive and radical reassessment of Arthurian history ever undertaken. The conclusion is that the Classical Arthur did not exist. This is why there is no mention of King Arthur for nearly 600 years, until the early 12th century. It was only when Templar Crusaders returned to Normandy from Syria and Judaea, that the Arthurian genre was born.
Because in reality, King Arthur was the alter ego for the biblical King Jesus of Judaea. The Templar Crusaders had discovered a manuscript in Syria detailing the true monarchal and martial life of King Jesus and his family. But this revised history was decidedly heretical and positively dangerous. Being unable to record and preserve this history directly, the Norman Templars crafted an alternate pseudo-history about a 'British' monarch called King Arthur.
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The Grail Cypher - the sequel to the Gospel of King Jesus Trilogy:
Cleopatra to Christ
The biblical family was descended from a daughter of Queen Cleopatra, who became the queen of Parthia but was exiled to Syria.
Amazon ebook: Cleopatra to Christ.
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St. Paul (Saul) was Josephus Flavius the historian. But this means that the biblical Jesus MUST be Jesus of Gamala, the leader of the Jewish Revolt. This rebel prince was subsequently exiled to Dewa, a prison fortress in Britain.
Amazon ebook: King Jesus.
PoD paperback: King Jesus.
Jesus, King of Edessa
The history of Jesus of Gamala is further refined, and he has now been identified as King Izas-Jesus of Edessa. King Izas led the Jewish Revolt, but was captured and crucified while wearing the traditional Edessan royal Crown of Thorns.
Amazon ebook: Jesus, King of Edessa.
PoD paperback: Jesus, King of Edessa.
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