Francesco Carotta, – The spreading of these texts is free, except for commercial purposes. SUMMARY. The question is: IS JESUS DIVUS JULIUS?. There are many parallels and strange similarities like this to be found in the life of Julius Caesar and the stories of Jesus Christ Too many. Jesus Was Caesar by Francesco Carotta, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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They had already begun to misunderstand and transpose certain place names in the Latin and identify what little they understood in terms of Galilee, Judaea, Jordon, etc. Are the Gospels built on the life of Caesar, just as the first Christian churches were built on the foundations of antique temples?
Harrison rated it it was amazing Jul 09, To ask other readers questions about Jesus Was Caesarplease sign up. So, it would need only begin with the crossing of the Rubicon It is quite strange.
It is worthy of scholarly discourse. Michael Klatt rated it it was amazing Nov 22, Corruptions in the copying of texts, misinterpretations in translations and the transformation of iconography from Roman to Christian have been traced to their origins.
The first evangelists had badly hand copied texts, some of whom probably didn’t understand Ejsus better than I did at school.
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Then in that case, the Revelation would tell the story of the Egyptian campaign of Octavianus in mystical form.
This message is a reply to: Carotta at times tries too much and this harms his thesis more than it helps it. Since then he caesxr continued his research and written several articles. Tankulanpasagi marked it as to-read Dec 02, There is a curiously large number of coincidences in the life of Julius Caesar, and “Jesus Christ”.
Additionally, after going through half the franceso or so, you get the picture, Carotta tries to trace every story in Mark back to an event in Caesar’s life, and succeeds reasonably well, but at some point, as the method, which is explaining the mistranslations involved, stays the same, it ends up being like redoing the same trick over and over again.
Yes, it sounds ridiculous, I know.
EvC Forum: “Jesus was Caesar” by Francesco Carotta
Thanks for telling us about the problem. He was a man of the people. I had perfectly legible Latin texts to work with. While I think some of his conclusions are not supported, many are impossible to ignore, and I must admit his arguments raise many question Calling this book provocative is an understatement.
Tira rated it really liked it Aug 06, Now, if we casear to extend this sequence, we find that Caesar expels the commander of the enemy occupying the town of Corfinium; Jesus carltta the unclean spirit of a possessed man. While I am open to the idea that the story of Julius Caesar might have influenced the Gospel writers I would need to see something far strogner than this.
The lame man, on his mat, lay on the floor—on his mat of a bed. I thought it was Elvis Jun 05, Steefen rated it really liked it. So it appears they often ended-up making guesses. Aslan is not a Tame Lion This message is a reply to: Message 1 of 33 Balagwan Villanueva rated it it was amazing Oct 08, On the one hand, an actual historical figure missing his cult; on the other, a cult missing its actual historical figure.
Jesus was Caesar
Jesus Was Caesar examines these intriguing mirror images. My strongest feeling is: It was my first reaction too. They no longer hold the reigns of power in Rome; they no longer frahcesco make things go in whatever direction their whims might choose. Many of these men were Caesarian origin of Christianity Gospel as a diegetic transposition.
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But if he really thinks about it from a chronological standpoint, Jesus would have been better cast as Caesar’s son. I am not quoting Carotta here, so the book probably describes it a lot differently, I am sure. Outlandish as the claim may sound at first, Carotta has a very strong case, showing that the parallels between Jesus’ and Caesar’s lives are so strong and showing so many straightforward derivations of names and places from the life of Caesar showing up in the story of the life of Jesus, that his claim almost becomes a no-brainer.
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