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My Search for the True Christ
Mr Dennis J Foley
This book is the result of my personal life long search for the true Christ and my tendency to reject the conventional story of Christ from as early as age 12, and my search for true history, in general. The results of my efforts, led me to discover what I believe was and is the True Christ, the basis of this book, one in my series of books.
My sources include the extensive Cycles or Stories of 'Cuhuillone' and the lore of 'Deidre, the Woman of Sorrow'. Both are found today in Ireland.
The hero 'Cuhuillone' ('the Hound Companion of God') was Jesus, and the young Deidre a.k.a Mary, was His mother. These two spent a great portion of their lives not in Israel, but in Roman controlled Cambria, Britain.
Post the 60s A.D. the Roman military, after the death of Emperor Nero, the last of the original Caesars, methodically and violently destroyed Cambria Britain, forcing surviving Nesseans with their bards and their lore, to flee to their new kingdom of Ulster, in northern Ireland.
The true Christ was and is so different than the one which began emerging as soon as His time on earth ended, as to be astonishing. Pagan Jesus was a person to be born and to die at a certain time and place, and to live and to achieve certain missions, all of which had their origins hundreds and even thousands of years before His birth.
That 'time of His birth'....was correctly affixed by Dennis the Isaurian, the Pagan astronomer and historian employed by the Catholic Church in the 6th C.A.D. to do so....based on the birth time not of the infant killed on orders of King Herod in the year 7 B.C., but by the correct birth time of Jesus.
This book shows what a human story was the Christ story, and of the very advanced terrestrial astronomy of the Pagan world, from which Jesus really came from.
- Publication Date:
- Mar 01 2015
- 1507569777 / 9781507569771
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8.5" x 11"
- Full Color
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Christianity / History / General