... death instead of a criminal (prisoners set free versus the 'Caiaphas or Jesus' vote), betrayal by a protégé (Brutus versus Judas), torn cloth or hat (pileus, versus vera icona or 'veronica', true image, temple veil and shroud), ...
Author: Edmond Furter
Visual archetypes are the DNA of culture. In artefacts and artworks, where archaeo-astronomers see ancient star maps, archaeologists see cultural traditions, and anthropologists see initiation secrets, appear a standard sequence of types, on an axial grid. Structural archaeology uses constellations as myth maps to find the structure of our perception. All inspired artists, in the Stone, Ice, Bronze and Iron Ages; Babylonians, Egyptians, Chinese, Celts, Mayans, Vikings and moderns, subconsciously express mindprint, our eternal artefact. The sixteen clusters of attributes are demonstrated in 200 examples of famous art and rock art works from every continent and culture. Archetypes are statistically proven, and their 'camouflage' is explained in terms of archaeology, anthropology, art history, psychology, philosophy, archaeo-astronomy, esoterica and spirituality. Readers will never look at art, artists or culture as a cumulative, learned or evolved craft again.
Step one you build a tachyon receiver and propose a code that can be translated when you receive the message. Step two, you wait. And you wait an awfully long time because you have no idea when you or someone else can finally build a ...
Both the names of Annas and Caiaphas, the high priests,231 also appear. Annas was the former high priest and the uncle of Caiaphas. Both of them figure prominently in three of the six trials endured by Jesus following the arrest in ...
(The Hebrew spellings of these codes and other information can be viewed on line at ... (2) Caiaphas (2) Carpenter (13) Carpentry Cast/Throw Census Census (6) Mirsham Chaggai Christen Controversial (3) Conversion (6) Hamara Conversion ...
Author: R. Edwin Sherman
Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group
Explosive evidence that Bible codes point to the life of Christ! When Ed Sherman, a mathematician with 30 years of experience, and Nathan Jacobi, an Israeli physicist, set out to debunk claims that there were mysterious codes in the Hebrew Old Testament, they could not have envisioned the startling conclusions they would reach. As Dr. Jacobi, an agnostic Jew, looked for lengthy Hebrew codes about Christ, repeatedly he discovered compelling excerpts from the life of the man from Nazareth. Time and again Dr. Jacobi found that one-or two-word codes were actually part of much longer encoded sentences that echoed the Gospel accounts. Moreover, these encoded sentences were extensively embedded in two passages most widely regarded as prophecies of the crucifixion of Christ (Isaiah 53 and Psalms 22). Bible Code Bombshellsets forth startling new evidence that code sequences in Scripture are irrefutable evidence of a Divine hand. In this highly readable book, Sherman offers both skeptics and believers a gold mine of information that will prompt much thinking about the origins of the Bible. Unlike other Bible code books, this unique book features codes that are phrases and sentences, and not just one-or two-word codes.The only code book by researchers that are internationally recognized mathematicians and statistical expertsResponds directly and accurately to Bible code critics
The fuller implications of this code can only be understood when they are contrasted with those deriving from pilgrimage that are so prominent in the Purgatorio. Here they receive essential clarity from Caiaphas's arguments in the ...
Author: Ricardo J. Quinones
Publisher: Penn State Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Foundation Sacrifice in Dante's &"Commedia&" is the first book to take an anthropological approach to the Divine Comedy, applying it to a previously unexplored dimension of Dante's great poem. Ricardo Quinones examines foundation sacrifice&—the death of another that has become a parable for existence&—as a unifying theme that connects the three parts of the poem. In the process, Quinones gives new life to the Purgatorio, treating it not only as a sequel but actually as a dramatic response&—in revealing detail&—to the Inferno. His motif allows him to reintegrate the Paradiso into the poem as a whole, thus restoring it as a poetic event to critical appreciation.
( 1 ) In the Arrest ; ( 2 ) In the PriHebrew criminal jurisprudence , based vate Examination before Annas ( or upon the Mosaic Code and upon the Caiaphas ) ; ( 3 ) In the Form of the Talmud , has been outlined and dis- Indictment ...
commentators that Christ was led from the palace of Caiaphas into the Council Chamber (Lishkhath haggazith). ... by Matthew and Mark, whichactwas forbidden bytheprovisions of the Mosaic Code, recorded in Leviticus and cited above.
This is the first time that Caiaphas has addressed Christ in the Scripture . There is something as far as criminal code is concerned that is very important in reference to this man . John brings this to our attention in John 18:14 ...
Author: John W. Lawrence
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Each of the six trials of Jesus is explored for both their historical meaning and spiritual application.
heard about this, I thought that the claims of the code researchers seemed unbelievable. That is why I am not offended in the ... Pilate, and many other people in the life of Christ including King Herod and the High Priest Caiaphas.
Author: Grant R. Jeffrey
The secret things belong unto the Lord our God: but those things which are revealed belong unto us and to our children for ever, that we may do all the words of this law. —Deuteronomy 29:29 This new, expanded and completely documented edition of The Signature of God contains additional research and compelling documentation proving the Bible is inspired by God. Remarkable new computer discoveries from the Bible Codes reveal astonishing details about the September 11 Islamic terrorist attack on America that were encoded in Hebrew text thousands of years ago. Key topics include: ·New Bible Codes reveal the details of September 11, 2001 terror attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon ·Historical documents confirm the supernatural darkness when Jesus was crucified ·Advanced scientific statements provide compelling evidence the Bible was inspired ·Incredibly modern medical statements prove that God inspired the Scriptures ·Hundreds of accurate prophecies demonstrate the Bible is supernatural
... censored,4 the crucifixion scene would have been modified5 and the villainous portrayal of Caiaphas and other Jewish religious figures would have needed a radical make-over. Indeed, Sections 1 and 2 of the Code's “Religion” section ...
Author: Carol A. Hebron
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
At the beginning of the 20th century, Judas was characterised in film as the epitome of evil: the villainous Jew. Film-makers cast Judas in this way because this was the Judas that audiences had come to recognize and even expect. But in the following three decades, film-makers - as a result of critical biblical study - were more circumspect about accepting the alleged historicity of the Gospel accounts. Carol A. Hebron examines the figure of Judas across film history to show how the portrayal becomes more nuanced and more significant, even to the point where Judas becomes the protagonist with a role in the film equal in importance to that of Jesus'. Hebron examines how, in these films, we begin to see a rehabilitation of the Judas character and a restoration of Judaism. Hebron reveals two distinct theologies: 'rejection' and 'acceptance'. The Nazi Holocaust and the exposure of the horrors of genocide at the end of World War II influenced how Judaism, Jews, and Judas, were to be portrayed in film. Rehabilitating the Judas character and the Jews was necessary, and film was deemed an appropriate medium in which to begin that process.
A challenge for each one of us: to encounter our true purpose. This astonishing book will prepare you to reach the greatest treasure ever found on Earth. Find it!
Author: Gregório Vicente
Publisher: Judá Comercial Editora Ltda ME
The adventure begins and opens new ways by which true liberty is obtained. An exercise of unforgettable seeking and finding experiences lived by the characters: an archaeologist, a sincere friend, a historian and a Bedouin. They will take us to explore the Middle East and its wonderful places – Petra, the Jordanian city considered the Eight Wonder of the World; Jerusalem, the Holy City, capital of Israel; Amman, capital of Jordan, with the reflection of the sunset splendor on its white buildings; Tel Aviv, of modern architecture. They will face many obstacles: wars, conspiracies, spies, militias and secret societies. They will climb mountains, go inside of caverns, get to know secrets kept in parchment scrolls for 2 thousand years, and unriddle the biggest of them all – Code of Christ! A challenge for each one of us: to encounter our true purpose. This astonishing book will prepare you to reach the greatest treasure ever found on Earth. Find it!
return, the Roman legions protected Caiaphas and his fellow plunderers with brutal might. ... Jesus was spirited away to crucifixion at an early morning hour; the authorities breaking the code of criminal procedure that they might get ...
Author: Bouck White
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
Category: Social Science
As the United States endured a lingering economic hangover from the excesses of the Gilded Age and the last wars fought by monarchs was raging in Europe, Bouck White-a Congregationalist minister and champion of the poor and working class in New York CIty-was busy making himself the bane of the elite of Manhattan with his revolutionary, to some, philosophy about God and wealth: namely, that God frowned up it. Here, in this 1919 book, White, a consummate New Yorker as much as he was a dedicated troublemaker, examines the concept of "city" itself throughout history and how the masses have always related to it as an entity. In impassioned, radicalizing language, he examines: . Athenian self-ownership . the patriotism of Jesus . industrial democracies . the city state as a work state . the mysticism of municipality . and more. American minister and author BOUCK WHITE (1874-1951) also wrote Quo Vaditis (1903), The Book of Daniel Drew (1910), The Call of the Carpenter (1911), The Mixing (1913), The Carpenter and the Rich Man (1914), and Letters from Prison (1915).
Godefroy , in his note ( letter S ) upon the 3rd law of the Code , Ubi causae fiscales . And he cites several others , which I ... To carry one from Caiaphas to Pilate " has since become a proverb . 17. Lysias thus wrote to Felix the ...
Author: Simon Greenleaf
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Applying the rules of evidence administered in courts of justice, Greenleaf demonstrates the validity of the Gospels as trustworthy and authoritative historical accounts in this time-honored work.
Author: James H. CharlesworthPublish On: 2013-12-19
... unhistorical nonsense that made so popular Kazantzakis's Last Temptation of Christ and Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code. ... Nicanor's Tomb, Annas's Tomb, Caiaphas's tomb,46 as well as the excavations elsewhere, including Galilee.47 The ...
Author: James H. Charlesworth
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
In 1980 archaeologists unearthed a tomb near Jerusalem that contained a family's ossuaries inscribed with some familiar New Testament names, including Mary, Joseph, and Jesus. In 2007 the Discovery Channel produced and broadcast a documentary called The Lost Tomb of Jesus, raising interest — and controversy -- among the public and specialists alike. Could this actually be the tomb of Jesus and his family? In January of 2008 a group of internationally renowned scholars from a broad range of disciplines met in Jerusalem to discuss that very question. Covering the archaeological facts about the discovery, Jewish burial customs during the late Second Temple period, first-century inscriptions, the Talpiot tomb, the James ossuary, the Holy Sepulcher, and more,this volume presents their expert perspectives on a much-publicized topic. Contributors:Mordechai AviamWolfgang E. KrumbeinJames H. CharlesworthAndré LemaireClaude Cohen-MatlofskyLee Martin McDonaldApril D. DeConickCharles PellegrinoCasey D. ElledgeStephen PfannMark ElliottPetr PokornýHoward R. FeldmanJonathan J. PriceJoseph A. FitzmyerChristopher A. RollstonCamil FuchsAmnon RosenfeldShimon GibsonJane SchabergRachel HachliliAndrew V. SillsEldad KeynanMark SpigelmanKevin KiltyJames D. TaborAmos KlonerKonstantinos Th. Zarras Watch an interview with James H. Charlesworth below:
... and the names of the high priests Annas and Caiaphas could all be encoded in a cluster in the Hebrew text encased ... For this reason it seems that one can be confident that the Bible codes are not a randomly generated property of ...
Author: Frank de Ruyter
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Next Thirteen Years started with the question of how the Mayan Calendar date of 21 December 2012 might be connected to Christian apocalyptic expectations for the end of this age. A certain amount of paranoia was no doubt produced by the unexpected destruction of much of my hometown (Christchurch) through a number of earthquakes that struck throughout 2011, during the year of the super-Moon. The 2011 Japan tsunami came soon after, and these disasters seemed to be leading into 2012, when NASA was also anticipating dangerous solar flares. Many thought the government knew something that the rest of us did not, and wild speculation broke out on YouTube from 2011 onwards, fed by the massive underground bunker-building programs and the arming of FEMA camps all across the United States. Huge stock-piling of food in these bunkers throughout 2013 is not helping to calm public nerves. Financial prognosticators have also foreseen an imminent collapse, and the picture being drawn is almost apocalyptic, expressing a readiness for cosmic disaster or war on American soil. My own beliefs anticipate critical events from 2026 to 2030, which is when I think the final great Antichrist will be upon us, who will appear with the overthrow of Jerusalem. The thirteen-year gap from 2013 to 2026 is of the right length to suggest the next thirteen years could be the period of “apostasia” (rebellion) that Paul speaks of as preceding this great Man of Sin, whom Christ must destroy at his return. What governments are doing now can easily be read as preparation for the collapse of society, perhaps with the aim of building a New World Order from the ashes, ruling over whoever is fortunate enough to survive what is about to come. Plans to cull population may also be brought to fruition in this great set of events about to take place upon the Earth. In setting the plan of the elitists alongside what I think will transpire from 2026 onwards, I lay before the reader what I think the Next Thirteen Years may hold for us.
Author: James Valladares PhDPublish On: 2012-04-09
220 The Caiaphas Syndrome and the U.S. Catholic Bishops Given the fact that bishops find themselves in a “no-win” situation, ... by establishing a new criminal code, which provided that a person was innocent until proven guilty, ...
Author: James Valladares PhD
The clergy abuse scandal has posed the greatest threat to the traditional understanding of the Catholic priesthood since the Protestant Reformation. Now, as then, the deadliest attacks are coming from within the Church. In an attempt to improve a system that allowed a small minority of the clergy to violate children and ameliorate the gross negligence of some bishops who recycled these predators, the American bishops instituted the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People in 2002. It is, unfortunately, doing the Church more harm than good. In Hope Springs Eternal in the Priestly Breast, Fr. James Valladares shows how justice and charity have been violated by some bishops in dealing with accused priests. He examines the pertinent canons that guide the Churchs judicial system and finds that these are often ignored or wrongly applied. He provides true cases that highlight the injustice of the process and the agony of priests who have been subjected to the charters draconian mandates. The Church has incurred tremendous financial losses because of settlements rising from both legitimate and false claims. Her image has been marred by the secular media, which has taken advantage of the crisis. Even so, we often fail to understand how trivial these are in comparison to the damage done to the priesthood by the enactment of the charters policies. This is the most pressing issue that the bishops need to address.
However, the fact that it is Caiaphas and his fellow Elders and not Pilate who want Jesus crucified, ... if the trial has been properly conducted according to the native code, and if the over-riding Government code is not infringed.
Author: Melissa Dinsman
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
As the Second World War raged throughout Europe, modernist writers often became crucial voices in the propaganda efforts of both sides. Modernism at the Microphone: Radio, Propaganda, and Literary Aesthetics During World War II is a comprehensive study of the role modernist writers' radio works played in the propaganda war and the relationship between modernist literary aesthetics and propaganda. Drawing on new archival research, the book covers the broadcast work of such key figures as George Orwell, Orson Welles, Dorothy L. Sayers, Louis MacNeice, Mulk Raj Anand, T.S. Eliot, and P.G. Wodehouse. In addition to the work of Anglo-American modernists, Melissa Dinsman also explores the radio work of exiled German writers, such as Thomas Mann, as well as Ezra Pound's notorious pro-fascist broadcasts. In this way, the book reveals modernism's engagement with new technologies that opened up transnational boundaries under the pressures of war.
The said Code, Section 140, goes on to say that “No Appellate court shall reverse any judgment, unless it believes ... IF, however, errors had been pointed out to the trial courts—Annas, Caiaphas, The Sanhedrin, Pilate and Herod—then IF ...
Author: David K. Breed
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
The great fact, and the Eternal Fact, in the life of Jesus was his death, because of our sins, upon the Cross. This was the fact which St. Paul declared he preached to the Corinthians first of all"; not that they were the first to hear it; not that it merely came first in the enumeration of the great truths of the Gospel; but that it was first in importance, the Eternal Fact of Redemption. The steps, therefore, by which Jesus was brought to the Cross are of great interest to Christian lawyers. Here is a careful study from a lawyer's standpoint of the trial of Jesus."
In Ezra's time, who but a priest could re- establish the code of statutes? And was not Caiaphas the judge at the first trial ofJesus of Nazareth?4 Let us conclude, then, that secular and religious powers were combined under ancient law.
Author: Anne Pelleport
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
While the marquis de Sade was drafting The 120 Days of Sodom in the Bastille, another libertine marquis in a nearby cell was also writing a novel—one equally outrageous, full of sex and slander, and more revealing for what it had to say about the conditions of writers and writing itself. Yet Sade's neighbor, the marquis de Pelleport, is almost completely unknown today, and his novel, Les Bohémiens, has nearly vanished. Only a half dozen copies are available in libraries throughout the world. This edition, the first in English, opens a window into the world of garret poets, literary adventurers, down-and-out philosophers, and Grub Street hacks writing in the waning days of the Ancien Régime. The Bohemians tells the tale of a troupe of vagabond writer-philosophers and their sexual partners, wandering through the countryside of Champagne accompanied by a donkey loaded with their many unpublished manuscripts. They live off the land—for the most part by stealing chickens from peasants. They deliver endless philosophic harangues, one more absurd than the other, bawl and brawl like schoolchildren, copulate with each other, and pause only to gobble up whatever they can poach from the barnyards along their route. Full of lively prose, parody, dialogue, double entendre, humor, outrageous incidents, social commentary, and obscenity, The Bohemians is a tour de force. As Robert Darnton writes in his introduction to the book, it spans several genres and can be read simultaneously as a picaresque novel, a roman à clef, a collection of essays, a libertine tract, and an autobiography. Rediscovered by Darnton and brought gloriously back to life in Vivian Folkenflik's translation, The Bohemians at last takes its place as a major work of eighteenth-century libertinism.