Chapter: 7, Part: 1

 Evidence that  Judas  died in Place of Jesus on the Cross -

The Origins of Christian “Eucharist” -

 

An excerpt of the book "Jesus' Bluff" by Hans Atrott


 

 Evidence that  Judas  died in Place of Jesus on the Cross -

 

The Origins of Christian “Eucharist” and Cannibalism

 

Chapter 17 of the book “Jesus’ Bluff – The Universal Scandal of the World” as Excerpt

 by

Hans Atrott

 

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 “And because of their saying (in boast), "We killed Messiah 'Iesa (Jesus), son of Maryam (Mary), the Messenger of Allah," - but they killed him not, nor crucified him, but the resemblance of 'Iesa (Jesus) was put over another man (and they killed that man), and those who differ therein are full of doubts. They have no (certain) knowledge, they follow nothing but conjecture. For surely; they killed him not [i.e. 'Iesa (Jesus), son of Maryam (Mary) ]:

But Allah raised him ['Iesa (Jesus)] up (with his body and soul) unto Himself (and he is in the heavens).  Koran,  Su 4:157f

 

 

“Religious” desperadoes are not only deceivers. At first, they are self-deceivers talking themselves into believing in their own lies. One cannot deceive oneself without deceiving others. Therefore, they are deceivers, since they are self-deceivers. For example, they cannot fool themselves purportedly being the greatest, e.g. “shepherds” while lying to their strongly “beloved” neighbors -- to which they cannot hold a candle -- that the latter only are “sheep”… The former belong with the humans, the latter with the animals, i.e. a whole species below humans. Facts proving the reverse, they lie away by resorting to a self-made “god” who purportedly dotes on them according to their “Glad Tidings” for megalomaniacs stopping at nothing... Their self-deception shall help them to play the parts of self-importance, they want to play and cannot play if keeping to fair play. One can call them satanic desperadoes since even the term of “god," “love” and other notions of ethics are used as bugaboos for their foul mouth and foul play. At present, let us record: The first concern of desperadoes is self-deceit of a (n new) identity they do not have. This fooled identity shall blarney them to be “superior” to their fellow humans. Those “ideologies” or “religions” are war on one’s fellow humans. This warfare again is veiled, canted and lied by its respective contraries, e.g. by “love," “martyrdom for one’s next” and “sacrifice for one’s next” etc. Firstly, it is about lulling the targeted victims into a false sense of security. The aim is to endure oneself, i.e. that the concerned can bear the depravity (argot: “sinfulness”) of their own.
Now, we are going to prove that this ceremony partly is concealed since even his closest henchmen did not believe in it. During the fuss of “Last Supper," Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) does not predict what Judas Iscariot is going to do but orders him to carry out a special assignment… Of course, he could “predict” what Judas will do if Judas only carries out what he ordered him to do…

The fooled identity such desperadoes attribute to themselves entails a fooled world (argot: “new world," “kingdom to come” or “the promised land” etc.). Since those worlds do not exist, those desperadoes dote on “ceremonies," “liturgies” and other fuss like the following one we are now going to expound. Now, we are going to demonstrate how desperadoes try replacing realities and truths by “ceremonies” of their bedlam to fool themselves that what is reality allegedly is “not” and that what is not, i.e. their bedlam, purportedly is. The following is a role model how religious Mafiosi deem their conceitedness as “truths” and the truths as “conceitedness."

In order to avoid wrong and misguiding translations, pertaining to the topic the author of this exposition refers to Young's Literal Translation (YLT) of the Bible, after having compared the passages in question with Latin Vulgate Bible from the year 405.

 

Joh 13:26 YLT

26 Jesus answereth, ‘That one it is to whom I, having dipped the morsel, shall give it;’ and having dipped the morsel, he giveth it to Judas of Simon, Iscariot.

 

The morsel vicariously stands for the flesh (body) and the wine vicariously for the blood of the impostor (argot: Jesus “Christ”). By passing the dipped morsel to Judas Iscariot, Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) fancies to “deliver” his blood n' body to Judas Iscariot so that both (Judas and Jesus) now fool themselves that the body of Judas Iscariot is not the one of Judas, any longer but that one of Ben-Pandera (argot: Jesus “Christ”). Hence, when Judas hangs in place of Jesus, the deceivers and self-deceivers fool themselves that not Judas but Ben-Pandera (argot: "Jesus Christ") is hanging… In a similar way, the Christians generally fool themselves that they unite with their topmost necromancer (argot: “god”) when committing “Eucharist." This is what the notion of “deliver” (Latin: “tradere” or Greek: “paradidomi”) means: no betrayal of the delinquent to his prosecutors but a fancied “transfiguration” of (hanging) Judas with Ben-Pandera (argot: "Jesus Christ"). Handing over the morsel to Judas, Jesus virtually says: Now, your body is mine and your sufferings are the ones of  mine and prepare yourself for execution (“What thou dost—do quickly …, Joh 13:27).

This is the meaning of paradidomi (Greek) or tradere (Latin) falsely translated by “betray," respectively, “betrayal." Since this kind of desperadoes wants to have as well the lie as the “truths," i.e. deceit and self-deception, they resort to semantic simulations, i.e. lying by concepts. The clichés (Latin: signum) and meaning of the words (Latin: ad signatum) relate reciprocal. Thus, the self-deceivers always can give the blame to the deceived and not to themselves. If the victims correctly read everything, they would know the truths. Indeed, this is not incorrect! The trapped prey even could find admittances of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) that he brags about being a top-deceiver nobody can outdo. Let us recall: “And if thou wouldst know concerning me (Jesus), what I was, know that with a word did I (Jesus) deceive all things and I was no whit deceived.[1]

 

 In view of these desperadoes, the duped are to blame themselves and not the dissemblers. If they scrutinized everything, they could read what everything is about. By the way, the same one can say about the German Nazi-desperadoes. The one who scrutinized their scriptures knew everything they perpetrated, in advance. A “prophet” among that ilk of figures is as much as successful as he can render the veil of “truths” and “honor” to deceits (lies) and if the worst comes to the worst that one can give the blame to the trapped.

 

Table: 17

How Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) “allots” Judas in his “Ministry”   to hang in Place of him

Column: 1 - “John”

 

Column: 2 - More or less synchronized (Lies of) Chronicles) of the “N.T.”

Column: 3 “Acts of Apostles“

“Matthew”

“Mark”

“Luke”

 

Joh 13:19 YLT

19  ‘From this time I (Jesus) tell you, before its (crucifixion) coming to pass, that, when it may come to pass, ye may believe that I (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") am he (hanging Judas Iscariot);

 

Joh 13:21-22 YLT

21  These things having said, Jesus was troubled in the spirit, and did testify, and said, ‘Verily, verily, I say to you, that one of you (Judas) will deliver me up;’

22 the disciples were looking, therefore, one at another, doubting concerning whom he speaketh.

 

Joh 13:26-27 YLT

26 Jesus answereth, ‘That one it is to whom I, having dipped the morsel, shall give it;’ and having dipped the morsel, he giveth it to Judas of Simon, Iscariot.

27  And after the morsel, then the Adversary entered into that one, Jesus, therefore, saith to him, ‘What thou dost—do quickly;

Mt 26:20-23 Young’s Literal Translation (YLT)

20  And evening having come, he was reclining <at meat> with the twelve,

21 and while they are eating, he said, ‘Verily I say to you, that one of you shall deliver me up.’

22 And being grieved exceedingly, they began to say to him, each of them, ‘Is it I, Sir?’

23  And he answering said, ‘He who did dip with me the hand in the dish, he will deliver me up;

 

Mt 26:24-25 YLT

24 the Son of Man doth indeed go, as it hath been written concerning him, but woe to that man through whom the Son of Man is delivered up! good it were for him if that man had not been born.’

25 And Judas—he who delivered him up—answering said, ‘Is it I, Rabbi?’ He saith to him, ‘Thou hast said.

Mr 14:10 NRSV

10 Then Judas Iscariot, who was one of the twelve, went to the chief priests in order to betray him to them.

11 When they heard it, they were greatly pleased, and promised to give him money. So he began to look for an opportunity to betray him.

 

Mr 14:18-20 YLT

18 and as they are reclining, and eating, Jesus said, ‘Verily I say to you—one of you, who is eating with me—shall deliver me up.’

19 And they began to be sorrowful, and to say to him, one by one, ‘Is it I?’ and another, ‘Is it I?’

20  And he answering said to them, ‘One of the twelve who is dipping with me in the dish;

Lu 22:3-6  YLT

3  And the Adversary entered into Judas, who is surnamed Iscariot, being of the number of the twelve,

4  and he, having gone away, (Judas) spake with the chief priests and the magistrates, how he might deliver him up to them,

5  and they rejoiced, and covenanted to give him money,

6 and he agreed, and was seeking a favourable season to deliver him up to them without tumult.

Lu 22:21-24 YLT

21   ‘But, lo, the hand of him delivering me up is with me on the table,

22 and indeed the Son of Man doth go according to what hath been determined; but woe to that man through whom he is being delivered up.’

23 And they began to reason among themselves, who then of them it may be, who is about to do this thing.

24 And there happened also a strife among them—who of them is accounted to be greater.

Ac 1:16:17 NRSV

Judas, who became a guide for those who arrested Jesus—

17 for he was numbered among us and was allotted his share in this ministry."

 

 

 

Only if a boss orders someone to do something, nobody is fond of performing, the underlings ask their boss: It is I who have to do it? However, they do not react as if everybody knows what he is doing or not doing. Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) keeps control of everything that is going to happen, now.

 

Joh 13:27 YLT

Jesus, therefore, saith to him (Judas), ‘What thou dost—do quickly;’

 

This debunks Judas as the double agent in favor of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) and none of the prosecutors since he evidently does nothing what Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) does not want him to do. As far as Judas is pretended as an agent of prosecutors, he is done so as a double agent (in favor of Ben-Pandera, aka: “Jesus Christ”). Here, the delinquent (Ben-Pandera, aka: “Jesus Christ”) orders that what is to do. He does not order him to betray him but to prepare himself for the execution in place of him, i.e. to contribute his part to the most abominable deceit that ever took place in human history. Immediately, after the stunt, i.e. when everything was over, the underlings of Jesus appreciate:
Ac 1:17 NRSV

17 for he (Judas Iscariot) was numbered among us and was allotted his share in this ministry."

 

Here,  Judas’ contribution is appreciated as a “ministry” and as no shameful betrayal or something similar.

If Judas' collaboration were about a betrayal as the Christian chronicles are used to giving the impression, the betrayed one would manage his “betrayal." A betrayal presupposes that something is done, firstly, against the will of someone and without his knowledge. In this case, both are not given. If the “betrayed one” orders his “betrayal” one cannot only speak about a double agent or about provocation crime. The other chronicles do not relate the fuss of deliverance (by the dipped morsel, see: Table 17), that precisely. According to Mt 26:25, Judas asks Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) whether he was the one who has to perpetrate what he (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") orders to do, i.e. to deliver Ben-Pandera's (aka: “Jesus Christ's”) body on the cross. Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) confirms it. According to the chronicle that is imputed to Mark, the fuss (argot: “ceremony”) was that Judas and Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) at the same time dipped bread into the dish (see: Mr 14:20). Hereby both bodies became “united”… The common dipping in the dish at the same time shall symbolize “unification” of the body of Judas and Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) so that Judas' suffering now can be fancied as one of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”). When later the Christians strictly claim that their paragon (of perfidy) hangs on the cross, they do so since they fool themselves that this folly of “deliverance” of the two bodies (of Judas and Ben-Pandera, aka: “Jesus Christ”) is no lunacy, i.e. that their lunacies and follies are “truths”… Faith shifts mountains…

“Luke” keeping silent about the “ceremony” of “deliverance” reports another interesting detail all the other chronicles conceal. Immediately, a strife came into being about the question who is greater (see: Lu 22:24), i.e. whether the one that actually is going to suffer or the one in which place he is going to die, i.e. the instigator. As we are going to prove, this strife did not end on the Eve before Passover and cracked down the reputation of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) among his closest left eleven underlings. That the suffering stuntman is more rated than the instigator was a tremendous threat to Christian deception. Finally, for this reason, Judas became the epitomization of Christian falsehood, hypocrisy and perfidy in order to prevent that his reputation could exceed that one of the sentenced culprit (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ"). All the evil traits marking the very Christians, they have been projecting on Judas Iscariot since ever, in particular, the one of perfidies. Those who are “poor in spirit” (Mt 5:3) are used to thinking: It must be about extraordinary “holy people” and “martyrs of the truths” being that indignant about the perfidy of an individual…

At the end of the first and in the second centuries, there at least was one early Christian sect rating Judas quite different from the other ones. As early Christian inquisitor Irenaeus (140-202) relates, Judas highly was reputed by the Christian sect of the Cainites, in the second century. This happens if one deceives the world by a stuntman.
Dodging his execution by a stuntman was a matter of course for an impostor who obsessively does not resist the evil (see: Mt 5:39), i.e. who stops at nothing.
Because of the fancied “transfiguration," “deliverance” or “transubstantiation” with Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”), Judas Iscariot verbatim is called deliverer (Greek: “paradidomi”) but not because of any betrayal, although the Christian chronicles obviously play this pun. Since, for reasons we already mentioned, the Christians later did not want to admit that in place of Jesus Judas Iscariot hanged, they attached the meaning of “betrayer” to the cliché of delivering (paradidomi).
 

Later, Christian sect stopped at nothing to prevent itself from becoming a sect of Judas. Starting with the time of execution, the bait of Christian sect “to catch people” (Lu 5:10) was the folly of “vicarious suffering” and “vicarious atonement for the sins” of everybody joining Christian sect. This bait performed Judas Iscariot and not Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”), if there was something carried out, at all.
We already clued that the reactions of his closest underlings during “Last Supper” do not match the accounts of a shameful act of disloyalty on their boss. If this were the case no disciple would have asked him whether he is the one that is going to commit this shameful “betrayal” since everybody knows what he is going to do or not. If this were the case, there would be reactions like the ones quoted in Table: 18, rubric: 1. The described responses during “Last Supper” only occur if the boss orders someone of a group to do things nobody of the group likes to do and does not know that he is assigned to do it (see: Table: 18, Rubric: 2).
 

Table: 18

Evidence from the Underlings’ Reactions that the “Deliverer” does not mean “Betrayer” but  Hanging in Place of him (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ")

Rubric: 1 How the Underlings react when being suspected  or predicted to do anything to the Disadvantage of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”)

 John”

Matthew”

Mark”

Luke”

 Joh 13:37 NRSV

37 Peter said to him, "Lord, why can I not follow you now? I will lay down my life for you."

 

Joh 11: 8 NRSV

8 The disciples said to him, "Rabbi, the Jews were just now trying to stone you, and are you going there again?"

 

Joh 11:16 NRSV

16 Thomas, who was called the Twin, said to his fellow disciples, "Let us (underlings) also go, that we may die with him (Jesus).

Mt 26:35 NRSV

35 Peter said to him (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ"), "Even though I must die with you, I will not deny you." And so said all the disciples.

Mr 14:31  NRSV

31 But he (Peter) said vehemently, "Even though I must die with you, I will not deny you (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ")." And all of them said the same.

Lu 22:33 NRSV

33 But he (Simon Peter) said to him (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ"), "Lord, I am ready to go with you, both to prison and to death."

Rubric: 2 How the Underlings react when Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) assigns one of them to  perpetrate something bad

John”

Matthew”

Mark”

Luke”

Joh 13:22 YLT

22 the disciples were looking, therefore, one at another, doubting concerning whom he speaketh.

Mt 26:22 Young’s Literal Translation (YLT)

22 And being grieved exceedingly, they began to say to him, each of them, ‘Is it I, Sir?’

Mr  14:19 YLT

19 And they (the underlings of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) began to be sorrowful, and to say to him, one by one, ‘Is it I?’ and another, ‘Is it I?’

Lu 22:23 YLT

23 And they began to reason among themselves, who then of them it may be, who is about to do this thing.

 

The emotional reactions of “Last Supper” do not correspond to become aware of the outrage of a betrayer among the closest underlings. They match an assignment that someone of them has to die in place of the gang's boss. Each of the underlings knew what he is going to do or not to do. Therefore, nobody needs to ask the boss: “Surely, not I (will betray you)" (Mt 14:19)? In that situation, they would ask nothing but strongly persist in refusing to betray him (see: Table: 18, rubric: 1). However, if he tells his underlings that one of them has to suffer the death penalty in place of him, then each of them frighteningly asks him: “Surely, not I (am assigned to become executed in place of you)”, (Mt 14:19)?

 

If Joh 13:26-27 (Table: 17, column: 1) would be no assignment but an information about a defame betrayal all the underlings would react like Peter in the situation of Joh 13:37 (Table: 18, rubric: 1) and nobody would marvel of whom he is speaking or one would suspect the other but not oneself (see: Table: 18, rubric: 2).

Mt 26:22 (Table: 18, Rubric: 2) is no reaction for a mean and coward betrayal, but for an assignment or command that someone of his underlings has to hang in place of the boss. If it were about an outrageous betrayal, the underlings would get their shirts out, fly into a rage and would confirm that they will follow him, even if they “must die” (Mt 26:35) with him. On that condition, they would not become grieve and start mourning. All the quotes from Table: 18, rubric: 2 prove a reaction when getting apprised that someone of their gang has to die in place of the boss.
 

The author of this exposition is not the first one finding out that there is a radical change in Christian “tenets” before Calvary and afterwards. Since everybody, even German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900), believes Jesus having died on the gibbet or cross, they suppose that only "Paul“ made this change of Christian sect because they view the latter the only one being enough intelligent as to accomplish that. However, nobody but Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) was of that caliber as to make those radical changes of young Christian sect, in which each grudges (argot: “loves”) each. About “Saul” or “Paul," we already promised to uncover some surprises. Christians' “inerrant” and “absolutely true god's word” does not know whether Satan entered Judas Iscariot either before or after the fancied “deliverance” of Jesus’ body to Judas.[2]

 

 

Table: 19

When did Satan enter Judas to fake “vicarious Suffering” and “vicarious Atonement” in Place of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) on the Cross, i.e. Satan is the “Savior” of the Christians

Column: 1 - Satan  entered Judas  already before  “transfiguration” of his Body as that one of Jesus

Column: 2 - Satan immediately entered the body of Jesus after Transfiguration of the body was fussed

Lu 22:3 NRSV

Then Satan entered into Judas called Iscariot, who was one of the twelve;

Joh 13:27 NRSV

27 After he received the piece of bread, Satan entered into him. Jesus said to him, "Do quickly what you are going to do."

 

If the fancied “fusion” of Judas' and Jesus' body (argot: “Eucharist”) means an entering of Satan into Judas, then the “inerrant” and “absolutely true god's word” of the Christians indirectly and inadvertently debunks Jesus “Christ” as Satan, who entered Judas' body and took possession of it. If Satan entered Judas as the Christians claim (see: Table: 19), then it is proven that the “redeemer” of the Christians is Satan, who is addressed as “son of god." The Christian chronicles do not contest that Satan entered Judas. It is only questioned when Satan entered the Christians' “savior” (Judas Iscariot) but not that he did so. Who says that Satan does not want to be addressed and worshiped as “god” or “son of god”…?

"Paul“ is not wrong when jeering at the goofiness of those who really can be trapped by such sly tricks. By a psychological projection, i.e. by feigning to describe the Christians’ enemies, he triumphs over the Christians' success in the following way:

2 Th 2:9-11 NRSV

9  The coming of the lawless one (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") is apparent in the working of Satan (after having made a deal with  him in the desert), who uses all power, signs, lying wonders (e.g. “immaculate conception”, “vicarious suffering”, “vicarious atonement”, “ resurrection from the dead”, “going on waters”,” faking water as wine”,” feeding 5000 men by only two fishes and five loafs of bread etc.)

10 and every kind of wicked deception (of semantic simulations, oxymoron, psychological projections, provocation crimes) for those who are perishing, because they refused to love the truth (defy knowing what is true, lying at any price so that the truth shall never be allowed its rights on any point etc) and so be saved.

11 For this reason God sends them a powerful delusion (that is called “Jesus Christ”, “gospel”, “Glad Tidings”, Christianity), leading them to believe what is false…

 

The Christians’ (argot: “good shepherds’”) fake of “vicarious suffering," “vicarious atonement," “resurrection from the dead after three days," “virgin birth," “immaculate conception," “turning water into wine” and “healing the lame and blind” etc. are nothing but lying wonders, powerful delusion apparently in the working of Satan… Hand on heart, does not "Paul“ say that “Christ is the end of law” (Ro 10:4) and does not he say this powerful delusion and lying wonders are perpetrated by the lawless one (2Th 2:9)? Hand on heart; did not the lawless one ended up by condemnation to death?

 

We already mentioned that Judas Iscariot -- although denounced (argot: “loved”) to the utmost -- nevertheless, partly was worshiped in early Christianity, very strongly. The already mentioned sect of the Cainites - existing in the late first and in the second century - also had a “Gospel of Judas." Of course, Christian church either forged and/or tried erasing everything debunking its foul play. However, this “gospel” partly became recovered, in recent years, i.e. in the 21st century. We already said that “vicarious suffering” and “vicarious atonement” are post-Calvary (post=after) fabrications canting shame and disgrace of Ben-Pandera's (aka: “Jesus Christ's") death penalty. Consequently, the “gospel” Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) preached (before), i.e. ante-Calvary (ante=before) “tenets” could not contain a story of “passion” as it did not contain the brazen lies about “virgin birth” cribbed from Christian rival Mithras religion. Therefore, we call that what the “New Testament” presents as “gospels” chronicles since they are a kind of distorted and contorted biography of Jesus enriched with some ideas how to dupe best. The original, i.e. ante-Calvary, “gospel” had been a collection of “tenets” as presented in “The Gospel of Thomas” that fully was rediscovered in 1945, in Nag Hammadi (Egypt). Therefore, we, consequently, speak about chronicles of “New Testament” like Judaism does, too. According to those standards, “The Gospel of Judas” complies with the features of a “gospel” much more than the chronicles of the “New Testament."

The recently rediscovered “Gospel of Judas” leaks that Judas was one of the preferred underlings (argot: “disciples”) of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”)! “The Gospel of Judas," tells that Judas Iscariot ranked next to Jesus and superior to the other underlings (“disciples”):


“But their (underlings’ or “disciples’”) spirits did not dare to stand before [him] (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ"), except for Judas Iscariot.”
[3]

“Knowing that Judas was reflecting upon something that was exalted, Jesus said to him, “Step away from the others and I (Jesus) shall tell you the mysteries of the kingdom.”[4]

 

It is to assume that by such fabrications (argot: “mysteries of the kingdom of god”) Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) inveigled this poor sod (argot: “Judas Iscariot”) into dying a cruel and miserable death in place of him… As already mentioned, he could not gull Judas into doing so by telling him that he will become the epitomization of Christian falsehood, hypocrisy and perfidy when suffering in place of the foremost pretender (argot: Jesus “Christ”). The latter must have promised great things to Judas about which he did not care when Judas was dead…! This is the lot if somebody trusts in the perfidious! Judas is the only one to experience secrets that are veiled to others. This corresponds with Joh 16:12 that Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) cannot tell all the truths to his underlings.

One difficulty for Christian fabricators of “New Testament” was that the writers, respectively, forgers of the chronicles mostly did not know what the others wrote. Later, Christian censors' forgeries were very difficult and not perfect. This illustrates the already mentioned example about Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”)'s eruption of megalomania that he purportedly could reconstruct a destroyed Jerusalem Temple within three days…
The same case we have if it is about moral leadership of later denounced Judas Iscariot.
Table: 20

How the Chronicles  of  “Matthew”, “Mark” and “Luke” conceal  “moral” Leadership of Judas Iscariot

“John”

More or less synchronized (Lies of) Chronicles of the “N.T.”

 

“Matthew”

“Mark”

“Luke”

Joh 12:3-5 NRSV

3 Mary took a pound of costly perfume made of pure nard, anointed Jesus’ feet, and wiped them with her hair. The house was filled with the fragrance of the perfume.

4  But Judas Iscariot, one of his disciples (the one who was about to betray him), said,

5 „Why was this perfume not sold for three hundred denarii and the money given to the poor?"

 

Joh 1:8 NRSV

8 You always have the poor with you, but you do not always have me."

Mt 26:6-11 NRSV

6   Now while Jesus was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper,

7 a woman came to him with an alabaster jar of very costly ointment, and she poured it on his head as he sat at the table.

8 But when the disciples saw it, they were angry and said, "Why this waste?

9 For this ointment could have been sold for a large sum, and the money given to the poor."

10 But Jesus, aware of this, said to them, "Why do you trouble the woman? She has performed a good service for me.

11 For you always have the poor with you, but you will not always have me.

Mr 14:1-7 NRSV

3  While he was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, as he sat at the table, a woman came with an alabaster jar of very costly ointment of nard, and she broke open the jar and poured the ointment on his head.

4 But some were there who said to one another in anger, "Why was the ointment wasted in this way?

5 For this ointment could have been sold for more than three hundred denarii, and the money given to the poor." And they scolded her.

6 But Jesus said, "Let her alone; why do you trouble her? She has performed a good service for me.

7 For you always have the poor with you, and you can show kindness to them whenever you wish; but you will not always have me.

Lu 7:37-39 NRSV

37 And a woman in the city, who was a sinner, having learned that he was eating in the Pharisee’s house, brought an alabaster jar of ointment.

38 She stood behind him at his feet, weeping, and began to bathe his feet with her tears and to dry them with her hair. Then she continued kissing his feet and anointing them with the ointment.

39 Now when the Pharisee who had invited him saw it, he said to himself, "If this man were a prophet, he would have known who and what kind of woman this is who is touching him—that she is a sinner.

 

A prostitute treats the impostor with precious oil. The chronicles imputed to “Matthew," “Mark” and “Luke” relate an opposition of the disciples on Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”). They rebuke him vitiating his own standards. The foremost pretender advises the rich:

 

Mt 19:21 NRSV

21... sell your possessions, and give the money to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven;”

 

Mr 10:21 NRSV

21“…sell what you own, and give the money to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; “

 

Lun18:22 NRSV

22 Sell all that you own and distribute the money to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven;

 

Bums n' beggars easily can admonish those who do not beg to be “moral” and sell all their properties to the poor… It is easy to preach standards to others, which do not concern oneself… Now, Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) becomes concerned with his own standards. He fails to comply with them and vitiates them. Judas is the one, who rebukes Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) to comply with his own standards. You do not know what “Christ” has to suffer... He preaches such high standards with which he cannot comply but only can vitiate…!

T
he more or less three synchronized lies of “Matthew," “Mark” and “Luke” refuse to tell that it was Judas Iscariot who rebuked Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) to comply with the standards he preaches “for salvation of the world." They do not want to give the honor for that to Judas! This is the evidence that the “New Testament” lies about Judas Iscariot. It cannot admit a greatness of Judas Iscariot, in particular, at the expense of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”). The liar (Jesus “Christ”) is caught in the Act by Judas Iscariot! Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) wants to scotch opposition wanting him to abide by the standards of his own while tying himself up in new contradictions:“For you always have the poor with you, but you will not always have me (Mt 26:11), see also: Table: 21).

Table: 21

Evidence that  Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) (“Jesus Christ”) responds Judas’ Rebuking by Lying

Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) feigns to be present all the time and therefore lies when responding Judas

Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) is not present all the time

 

Mt 28:20 NRSV

I (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") am with you always, to the end of the age."

 

Mt 18:20 NRSV

20 For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them."

Mt 26:11 NRSV

11 For you always have the poor with you, but you will not always have me (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ").

 

Mr 14:7  NRSV

7 For you always have the poor with you, and you can show kindness to them whenever you wish; but you will not always have me.

 

Lu 24:44 NRSV

44 Then he said to them, "These are my words that I (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") spoke to you while I was still with you

 

Joh 12:8 NRSV

8 You always have the poor with you, but you do not always have me."

 

Joh 13:33 NRSV

33 Little children, I (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") am with you only a little longer. You will look for me; and as I said to the Jews so now I say to you, ‘Where I am going, you cannot come.’

Joh 14:25 KJ 21

25  „These things have I spoken unto you, being yet present with you.

 

 

The foremost pretender’s boasting that he was present where two or three of his followers gather turns out as a sheer lie, even according to the Christians' fake of “inerrant” and “infallible god's word”! Jesus vitiates his own “highly," “unearthly" and “artificial” standards. He contrives something only people admire being outright alien to fair play. The more the standards are exaggerated, the more the liar is evident! The deceiver cannot comply with his own standards…

 

The chronicles imputed to “Matthew," “Mark” and “Luke” know that it does not serve the aim of denouncing Judas Iscariot as Satan-like monster if they say the full truth about this conflict between Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) and his underlings. In contrast with John, they keep silent that it was Judas debunking Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) to “vitiate” his purported “good tenets”…

 

Joh 12:4-5 NRSV

4 But Judas Iscariot, one of his disciples … said,

5 „Why was this perfume not sold for three hundred denarii and the money given to the poor?"

 

If the rich shall sell everything in order to distribute it to the poor, then Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) is obliged to sell the precious oil and give the money to the poor! That is what Judas Iscariot correctly upbraids. However, German Martin L. against better knowledge claims that vitiation of Christian sect started with Catholicism. It started with Ben-Pandera (argot: "Jesus Christ"). Martin L.  knew the quoted passage since he even translated it…

 

Jesus cannot say to his underlings: You (Judas) are that impertinent as to criticize me (the boss) for vitiating my own standards about luxury, poorness and money. I want you to hang in place of me, and I will instruct my underlings to tell that you betrayed me to the authorities, just for money… In order to get the goof hanging in place of himself, he has to offer something to him, at least a lot of blandishments and counterfeit money.
 

“It is possible for you (Judas) to reach it (“the mysteries of the kingdom”), but you will grieve a great deal. For someone else will replace you, in order that the twelve [disciples] may again come to completion with their god.”[5]

 

This situation describes how the shrew pretender lures the dope to die in place of him. The context of hanging as the stuntman on the cross already is evident by that fact that Judas is going to be replaced by someone else (because he is going to die). The number of twelve underlings (“disciples”) will be completed if he is dead. The mug is instructed in “mysteries of the kingdom” - he purportedly is going to achieve if he unconditionally obeys the boss. He has to undergo great suffering (execution and hanging).

 

Finally, Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) offers great bait for Judas Iscariot for playing the stuntman of his:

 “But you (Judas Iscariot) will exceed all of them (my underlings, “disciples”). For you (Judas) will sacrifice the man that clothes me (Jesus).”[6]

 

No money, no honey! Without bait, there is no stuntman. Jesus promises a lot to his prey to address and worship him as “god." Therefore, why should he refrain lying much to Judas Iscariot to get him hanged in place of himself…? Judas purportedly will exceed all other Christians, perhaps except Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) fussing as “god”… According to the flowery speech of perfidy, “the man that clothes me” means that the body of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) is the one of Judas, which is going to be “sacrificed." This is confirmed by the fuss of “delivery” or “transfiguration” of the body during the ado of last supper, we proved by the “authentic gospels."

One can only shake one's head over Ben-Pandera's (aka: “Jesus Christ's”) and the Christians' perfidy. The victim (Judas) is lured to hang in place of the culprit (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") by promising him that he will exceed all other Christians regarding excellence, perhaps except the impostor posing as “god." Hardly, the goof (argot: Judas) has performed his folly, he indeed is presented (by a psychological projection) as uppermost falsehood, hypocrisy and perfidy, beyond bounds and past description. Judas was dead and could not defend himself. Is Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) no expert in defeating the defenseless…? Judas Iscariot is an impressive case that death finishes everything, especially the chances to demand fulfillment of the promises the blackguards are used to making.

I.e. Judas Iscariot serves

as Christians’ psychological projection of perfidy and as
role model how the Christians, in particular, their paragon (of perfidy) misguide others by stopping at nothing.

Now, we are referring to the latest research about “The Gospel of Judas” that is not finished, yet. Therefore, the following we have to expound with due reservation that the matter still is incomplete. The Cainites' “Gospel of Judas” obviously is not translated fully, yet (2009). There are nasty feuds among the Christians about the ownership and corresponding about money impeding quick translations, although nobody of those wanting to cash wrote the scripture. There still is additional text of “The Gospel of Judas” available, which is called the “Nine Fragments of the Gospel of Judas”. It is taken from the “Allogenes” electronically published on tertullian.com. Those fragments contain parts of the Cainites' “Gospel of Judas” that are not published in the edition of the (US-American) National Geographic Society, yet, to which the author of this exposition referred, up to here.

Here, we should consider that the name Cainites stems from Cain the firstborn son of Adam and Eve, who slew his brother Abel (see: Ge 4: 1-16). Obviously even here, the one brother (Cainites) can slay the other brother (Christians) by the truths about Ben-Pandera's (aka: “Jesus Christ's”) “resurrection from the dead”… Of course, at the end of “The Gospel of Judas” -- at least in the edition the webpage tertullian.com publishes -- one can find the stereotype lie that Judas purportedly betrayed Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) for greediness (money).[7] However, for those who copied the “gospel” it was easy to add such a text at the end, if being not sure that the other parts of the text teach something reverse… The end of the text is a very contradiction to the other parts of it and contradictions we already found out as the logic of leis, deceits and forgeries.
 

The additional text of the “Nine Fragments of the Gospel of Judas [Actually from 'Allogenes'… ]” on www.tertullian.com  contains the following expressions:

“Some one Judas? needs to sacrifice Jesus' human earthly frame[8]

 

This saying is another couching that corresponds with that passage we quoted from the publication of the National Geographic Society previously that Judas will sacrifice the body that clothes Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”), i.e. has to die in place of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) on the cross while the latter can fool himself, and others that he died (and even “resurrected from the dead”). This - as demonstrated - is also the fuss of “Eucharist” with the morsel, the dish and the dipping (see: Table: 17, column: 1 and 2).

 

The following passages of the “Nine fragments” are also interesting:

 

“But you (Judas) stand supreme over every one…[9]

Now all is your (Judas)...”[10]

 

Without offering (fabricated) bait to Judas, he never would have died for his boss. This again is a different couching tallying with the already known translation of the Cainites' “Gospel of Judas”: “But you (Judas Iscariot) will exceed all of them…[11] “Now all is yours” shows that Jesus lured his victim (Judas) into his trap by promising him very, very great things, if not the universe. Later, Judas could not demand the top impostor to pay his debts, since he is under sod dead and buried. Each Christian clergy does nothing else to his prey as that what Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) does so to the one of his. It also tallies with the knowledge we pointed out that Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) does not believe in god, at all (see: Table: 15, column: 6). What happened to Judas, that occurs to each Christian. Whoever of the dead Christians entered heaven…?

 

Can Judas Iscariot defend himself against the Christians’’ lies, spite, hatred, venom and muck (argot: Christian “love” to the enemy) flung at him…? The “humbleness," “meekness” and “modesty” by which the Christians withstand the truths are:

 

·        Oxymoron (for morons),

·        semantic simulations (juggling with names),

·        false as misleading comparisons,

·        psychological projections,

·        provocation crimes,

·        attempts at intimidating and terrorizing those saying the truths and other sorts of

·        outrages,

·        atrocities,

·        barbarities and

·        abominations.

 

Judas knew that the (obsessive) impostor loved to distribute things generously, for instance, “the keys of heaven”[12] he does not keep. Everybody can promise the world or even the universe to another one if he does not keep the “donated” things… The role model of a sentenced culprit from the death row promised the universe to Judas to gull him into dying in place of himself. This leaks “The Gospel of Judas”: “But you (Judas Iscariot) will exceed all of them” (The Gospel of Judas, 56):”But you (Judas) stand supreme over every one …”[13] or: “Now all is your (Judas)...”[14]

 

This reminds us of the encounter of Jesus with Satan in the desert where Satan promised all kingdoms of the world to Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) if he worships him (Satan) as “god” what he and the Christians do.[15] Shall they admit: Oh yeah, our “Lord” (Ben-Pandera, aka:“Jesus Christ”) made a pact with Satan and we (Christians) are carrying it out…? Won't they deny this pact, whatever Jesus did…? Does not Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) command: “… do not resist the evil” (Mt 5:39)? Is Satan no evildoer? How, can one infer that Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) resisted the evildoer (Satan) if his commandment is not to withstand the evildoers? Of course, if Satan and Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”)  are friends, he could have withstood him… However, the friends of Satan are not only “the enemies of humankind”[16] but also the enemies of god…

 

 

No money, no honey -- and among Christians, not at all! The reverse happened. The Christians despise Judas next to Satan instead of worshiping him next to their “god." However, cheating one another, this is typical behavior among desperadoes and consequently, Judas could foresee it…

There are still two phrases in fragments to which we should pay attention. Let us have a closer look at the first one:

 

“In fact the man who carries me (on the cross), is he you Judas? will scarify.”[17]

 

Again, here it is clued that Judas instead of Jesus hangs on the crucifix.

… increased and your (Judas’) earthly frame has died…”[18]

 

Judas as the man that carries Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) means that he carries the body of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) to the cross so that the latter can fool himself having died on the cross. If the body of Judas is “transfigured” to that one of Ben - Pandera, there are two questions: What becomes with the original body of Judas and what with the body of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”), after transfiguration? These questions obviously nobody puts. Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) however, takes the view that Judas’ body purportedly had died when being his (Jesus’) stuntman. This is the Christians’ bedlam…!

 

Finally, we should mention that the Cainites felt much superior to other Christian sects.

 “(The Cainites are proud) as to reckon themselves superior to all others on account of such knowledge…”[19]

Early Christian inquisitor Irenaeus does not dare to tell his fellow Christians that the Cainites feel superior to other Christians since one cannot hoodwink them that Jesus “vicariously suffered” for the Christians and “vicariously atoned” them with “god." They knew that Judas Iscariot did that what the great pretender (argot: Jesus “Christ”) swanks about himself.

 

“They (the Cainites) declare that Judas the traitor was thoroughly acquainted with these things and that he (Judas) alone, knowing the truth as no others did, accomplished the mystery of the betrayal…”[20]

 

The “mystery of the betrayal” is that Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) successfully cajoled all humankind's topmost idiot into dying for him. Instead of expounding the “mystery of betrayal” to his Christian readers, the inquisitor Irenaeus of Lyon instigates to murder (argot: “love”) on the Cainites. 

 

“It is as when, on a beast hiding itself in a wood, and by rushing forth from it is in the habit of destroying multitudes, one who beats round the wood and thoroughly explores it, so as to compel the animal to break cover, does not strive to capture it, seeing that it is truly a ferocious beast; but those present can then watch and avoid its assaults, and can cast darts at it from all sides, and wound it, and finally slay that destructive brute… I (Irenaeus) may not only expose the wild beast to view, but may inflict wounds upon it from every side. [21]

 

This is the “love” by which Satan “loves” all his enemies! This is the “love” by which perfidy that has become human bodies, i.e. Jesus “Christ” and the Christians, can be known! This is the Christians’ foul play, in principle, and from the very outset! The intent of murder on the adversaries and enemies tallies with the Christians’ fake of “inerrant” and “absolutely true god’s word”:

 

2Pe 2:12 NKJV

12 But these (disbelievers), like natural brute beasts made to be caught and destroyed

 

Whoever “loves” his enemies more than Satan and his followers do…?
As much as the Christians rattle off their fabrications, concoctions, mendacities and perfidies it is to put right: The fact that the one chronicle reports that, the other one something else on the same occurrence proves that lying and deceiving is a matter of course for the Christians.
 

Who selects the corresponding sayings while ordering or making others believe that contrary context is to drop or

decides what scripture is to regard as “authentic” and what to drop as “non-authentic”

 is the “god” in  Christian sects but not the one having spoken the words.

 

Table: 22

Generalization of “Transfiguration” of Ben-Pandera's  (aka: “Jesus Christ's”) Body to Judas  - How  the Christian's Hoo-ha about  “Eucharist” (Cannibalism) came into Being

Column: 1 - First ever Christian Church Order “Didache”  (about the year 50)

Column: 2 -  “John”

Column: 3 – The more or less synchronized (Lies of) Chronicles of the “N.T.”

Matthew

 

Mark

 

Luke

 

Now concerning the Eucharist, give thanks this way. First, concerning the cup:

We thank thee, our Father, for the holy vine of David Thy servant, which You madest known to us through Jesus Thy Servant; to Thee be the glory for ever..

And concerning the broken bread:

We thank Thee, our Father, for the life and knowledge which You madest known to us through Jesus Thy Servant; to Thee be the glory for ever. Even as this broken bread was scattered over the hills, and was gathered together and became one, so let Thy Church be gathered together from the ends of the earth into Thy kingdom; for Thine is the glory and the power through Jesus Christ for ever…[22]

Joh 13:21-22 YLT

21  These things having said, Jesus was troubled in the spirit, and did testify, and said, ‘Verily, verily, I say to you, that one of you (Judas) will deliver me up;’

22 the disciples were looking, therefore, one at another, doubting concerning whom he speaketh.

 

Joh 13:26 YLT

26 Jesus answereth, ‘That one it is to whom I, having dipped the morsel, shall give it;’ and having dipped the morsel, he giveth it to Judas of Simon, Iscariot.

 

Mt 26:25-30 NRSV

25 Judas, who betrayed him, said, "Surely not I, Rabbi?" He replied, "You have said so."

26  While they were eating, Jesus took a loaf of bread, and after blessing it he broke it, gave it to the disciples, and said, "Take, eat; this is my body."

27  Then he took a cup, and after giving thanks he gave it to them, saying, "Drink from it, all of you;

28 for this is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.

29 I tell you, I will never again drink of this fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it new with you in my Father’s kingdom."

30 When they had sung the hymn, they went out to the Mount of Olives.

 

Mr 14:19-25 NRSV

19 They began to be distressed and to say to him one after another, "Surely, not I?"

20 He said to them, "It is one of the twelve, one who is dipping bread into the bowl with me.

21 For the Son of Man goes as it is written of him, but woe to that one by whom the Son of Man is betrayed! It would have been better for that one not to have been born."

22 While they were eating, he took a loaf of bread, and after blessing it he broke it, gave it to them, and said, "Take; this is my body."

23 Then he took a cup, and after giving thanks he gave it to them, and all of them drank from it.

24 He said to them, "This is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many.

25 Truly I tell you, I will never again drink of the fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it new in the kingdom of God."

26  When they had sung the hymn, they went out to the Mount of Olives.

Lu 22:19 -21  NRSV

19 Then he took a loaf of bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to them, saying, "This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me."

20 And he did the same with the cup after supper, saying, "This cup that is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood.

21 But see, the one who betrays me is with me, and his hand is on the table.

Lu 22:23 NRSV

23 Then they began to ask one another, which one of them it could be who would do this.

 

This is the fuss how Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) -- very befitting the nature of compulsive disorder -- “transfigured” the body of Judas Iscariot as the one of his (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") and later generalized this to each Christian, in particular, to the Christian clergies (In Catholic Church the laymen are not allowed to drink the wine).

Christians’ ever first church order “Didache” (Table: 22, column: 1) proves that very early Christian “Eucharist” has nothing to do with crucifixion, respectively, cannibalism. Obviously, the closest underlings of Ben-Pandera, aka: “Jesus Christ”, (argot: “disciples”) did not believe in that what is driveled as “delivery," “transfiguration” and even “transubstantiation” etc. Obviously, only their top goof Judas Iscariot could fall for this trap... The chronicle imputed to “John” prefers to be silent about it, i.e. the “Didache” and the chronicle attributed to “John” do not contradict each other. The “Didache” -- presumably designed by the underlings (“disciples”) that heard all his drivel before “vicarious suffering” and “vicarious atonement” became contrived -- presents quite different a story about the Christians’ hype of the “Eucharist” (see: Table: 22, column: 1).

Anyway, one has to state that originally “Eucharist” was no general cannibalism but later became such a meaning (see: Table: 22, column: 3).

The “Didache” is the evidence that the symbolical transfer of meat and blood of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) to Judas originally was conceived as a unique procedure. Generalization came later. Secretly living Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) changed his mind in order to muzzle criticism on his odious trickeries. This indicates 1Co 11:23-25, which is prior to the chronicles (see: Table: 22, column: 2, 3).  

 

1Co 11:23-25 NRSV

23  For I (“Paul”) received from the Lord (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") what I (“Paul”) also handed on to you, that the Lord Jesus on the night when he was betrayed took a loaf of bread,

24 and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, "This is my body that is for you. Do this in remembrance of me."

25 In the same way he took the cup also, after supper, saying, "This cup is the new covenant in my blood. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me."

 

The impostor “modestly” cares for his remembrance… "Paul“ corroborates this new version of the “Eucharist” by expressively “referring” to Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”). “For I ("Paul“) received from the Lord (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") that which I also delivered to you." This means that here he (“Paul”) blathers on behalf of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) as far as he is not Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) himself. “Matthew”, “Mark” and “Luke” either have copied and enhanced their version of Eucharist from here or their respective versions are interpolations by Christian forgers to the respective chronicles corresponding to 1Co 11:23-25.

Consequently, we have to infer that the later and today kind of “Eucharist” as described in 1Co 11:23-25 became interpolated to the synoptic chronicles. It is a trick to conceal that someone else (Judas Iscariot) died in place of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”). Making each Christian accomplice of this execrable deceit worked better than the credo of megalomania: faith shifts mountains[23] and the truths, anyway! Perhaps the underlings of his laughed at the trick by which he took in the top goof of the human race (Judas Iscariot). This is similar to the Mithraic festival of 25th of December, the festival of “Sol invictus” of Mithraicism, which the Christians could not extirpate and therefore made a Christian one so that everybody celebrating the 25th of December is a “Christian“ accomplice celebrating “the virgin birth” of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) …[24]  At the time, when the chronicle imputed to “John” was concocted, i.e. about the year 100 -- plus or minus ten years – Catholicism already had introduced cannibalism or general “Eucharist” as it is also known, today. At that time, there already were pope-wannabes in Rome. If “John” - one of the first men so-to-speak from the hour zero - refuses to present this later type of “Eucharist," he does not do so on account of dicing or poor remembrance but for the same reason for which the first ever church order “Didache” does so. “John," only reports the communion of Jesus and Judas but none of each Christian with “Christ." John knows the customs of new Christian sects. It speaks volumes that John keeps silent, here!

Now, each one can claim to be crucified by Judas Iscariot like Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) did so. Those are the effects of this lunatic contortion of the stuntman’s hanging which originally are fabricated in 1Co 11:23-26. This is what we mean when saying that Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) makes each of his followers an accomplice of his murder on Judas Iscariot. Making everybody an accomplice of lie and deceit - as done by Christian post-Calvary “Eucharist” - is the most successful way to suppress inner criticism. Christian after-Didache "Eucharist" means that each Christian collaborates with the murder of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) on his underlings Judas Iscariot! If everybody is an accomplice of this murder, nobody can accuse another one... At first, "Paul“ starts playing the endless game of vicars for the vicar.

Ga 2:9 NRSV

9 …I („Paul“) have been crucified with Christ;

 

By the same mendacity by which Jesus claims to be crucified vicariously, "Paul“ as each other Christian can claim to be crucified with “Ben-Pandera (: (aka: 'Jesus Christ')," i.e. Judas Iscariot.

2Co 5:14 NKJV

“…if one died for all, then all died;”[25]

 

On this lie, Christian post-Didache “Eucharist” is based! In the following, Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”), respectively, his mouthpiece “Paul” tries blurring and darkening the term of crucifixion and mocks at it by puns. 

Ga 6:14 YLT

“…Jesus Christ, through which to me the world hath been crucified, and I to the world;”

 

Possibly, he laughs up his sleeves on account of  the humans’ stupidity how easily they  are to trap by “powerful delusion, leading them to believe what is false” (2Th 2:11)… Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) never wanted to be crucified but wants to crucify the world:

…. for Jesus came to crucify the world.”[26]

The so-called “apocryphal gospels” leak that Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) indeed was in favor of cannibalism.

 

“God is a man-eater.”[27]

 

  Here, one can see what hard a job it was to make the chronicles readable …

 

 “Jesus said, ‘Blessed is the lion which becomes man when consumed by man; and cursed is the man whom the lion consumes, and the lion becomes man.’”[28]

 

I see, if one eats pork, one becomes a hog!  So, do blame the Christians for their perfidy and depravity… Who knows more a bilge…? Moreover, there are "stubborn" philosophers doubting that it is about "martyrs for the truths"...  

Re 17:18-19 NRSV

17 …"Come, gather for the great supper of God,

18  to eat the flesh of kings, the flesh of captains, the flesh of the mighty, the flesh of horses and their riders—flesh of all, both free and slave, both small and great."

 

This is the haute cuisine of Satan and his catamite whose name we do not need to repeat permanently! This is what the Christians presume to palm off as the peak of all “culture," “love” and “civilization” on us although it resembles the behavior of hyenas or that one of the Tasmanian devil animals… Hand on heart; does not cannibalism befit them…? From what abomination do the Christians shrink? "Paul“ warns his fellow Christians: “If, however, you (Christians) bite and devour one another, take care that you (Christians) are not consumed by one another” (Ga 5:15)… This phrase speaks for itself!
 

I (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") would eat, and I (Ben-Pandera, argot: "Jesus Christ") would be eaten.” [29] 

 

Of course, it is a matter of logic to deny (lie) that a stuntman (Judas Iscariot) hangs in place of Ben-Pandera (aka: “Jesus Christ”) if the concerned fool themselves that the hanging of the stuntman (Judas) was a hanging of Jesus. In fact, this prohibits admitting the stuntman. Joh 13:19 obliges Jesus' fellow brainwashers, i.e. the Christians, to lie that hanging Judas is hanging Judas but Jesus. Not at all, it is about a unique case of Christian deceits. Generally, Jesus obliges his fellow wannabes to lie that truths are not truths but “lies." Christian lies are no lies but “truths," Christian crimes are no crimes but “love” and “charities," Christian foul mouth is no foul mouth but “evidence for being god's chosen ones," Christians' foul play is not foul play but “moral excellence” and that Christians' murders are no murders but “protections of lives”… The lie about Ben-Pandera's (aka: “Jesus Christ's”) “vicarious suffering on the cross” matches the general patterns of Christians' self-deception and deceits.

 

Where there are Christians, there is the hell, regardless if the Christians call it  “heaven” (American Indian chieftain Hatuey[30])!


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[1] The Acts of John, loc. cit.  § 96

[2] See:Lu 22:3, Joh 13:27

[3] The Gospel of Judas, 35, loc. cit.

[4]  Ibidem

[5] The Gospel of Judas, loc. cit. 35f

[6] The Gospel of Judas, loc. cit. 56

[7] Nine Fragments of the Gospel of Judas [Actually from 'Allogenes' - RP, April 2006], taken from: Roger Pearse, (under the pseudo-title of :) The Coptic Ps. Gospel of Judas [Iscariot], Last Updated 7th November 2007, on http://web.archive.org/web/20080118034644/http://www.tertullian.org/rpearse/manuscripts/gospel_of_judas/  Last Updated November 17th, 2007, last call: 06/017/2009.  One has to take into consideration that firstly copyists often added things they wanted to have in the scripture what they did not contain and secondly that translators often add wrong misleading headlines the scriptures do not contain.

[8] Ibidem

[9] Ibidem

[10] Ibidem

[11] The Gospel of Judas, loc. cit. 56

[12] See: Mt 16:19, Mt 18:18

[13] Nine Fragments of the Gospel of Judas, loc. cit.

[14] Ibidem

[15] See: Mt 4:1-11, Lu 4:1-13

[16] Tacitus, Annales, book XV, 44. Here, he calls the Christians as such.  - Latin original text, electronically published, e. g. on: http://www.geocities.com/ckieffe/Annales15Main.html, last call on: 04/06/2008

[17] Nine Fragments of the Gospel of Judas, loc. cit.

[18] Ibidem

[19] Irenaeus, Against the Heresies, loc. cit., 1:31:3

[20] Irenaeus, Against the Heresies, loc. cit.,  1:31:1

[21] Irenaeus, Against the Heresies, loc. cit.,  1:31:4

[22]  Didache or The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles (translation Roberts-Donaldson), Chapter 9, loc. cit.

[23] See: Mt 17:20, Mt 21:21, Lu 17:6

[24]  See: H. Atrott, Concerning the Date of the Christmas Celebration, 1998-2001, electronically published on: http://www.bare-jesus.net/birthofjesus/enchr4.htm, last call on: 10/02/2008

[25]  Adapted to English orthography as before.

[26] The Gospel of Philip, saying 53, loc. cit.

[27] The Gospel of Philip, saying 50, loc. cit.

[28] The Gospel of Thomas, Logion 7, loc. cit.

[29] ACTS OF JOHN, loc. cit, §95

[30]Before he (American Indian chieftain Hatuey) was burned by Christian mass-.murderers (argot: “martyrs of love”), a (Christian) priest  asked him if he would accept Jesus and go to heaven (in place of going to hell). Hatuey asked ‘Are there people like you in heaven?’ When the priest assured him that there were, Hatuey replied that he wanted nothing to do with a God that allowed such cruelty to be perpetuated in his name.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/hatuey  - last call: 11/21/2007.  (Use of capital letters adjusted to English orthography). On February 2nd , 1512, Hatuey became burned alive at the stake by the sect of “love”, i.e. by the enemies of humankind (Tacitus) unleashing their depravities and  criminalities . under “moral” pretence