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As we learn in previous post, that JESUS was NOT Crucified, it was he’s twin brother Jude. (SEE)

And Jesus Tomb.

History modified by REM from Crucifixion of Jesus – Wikipedia

Crucifixion is a method of punishment or capital punishment in which the victim is tied or nailed to a large wooden beam and left to hang perhaps for several days, until eventual death from exhaustion and asphyxiation. It was used as a punishment by the Romans.

The crucifixion of Jesus is central to Christianity, and the cross (sometimes depicting Jesus nailed to it) is the main religious symbol for many Christian churches.

Crucifixion was most often performed to dissuade its witnesses from perpetrating similar (usually particularly heinous) crimes. Victims were sometimes left on display after death as a warning to any other potential criminals. Crucifixion was usually intended to provide a death that was particularly slow, painful (hence the term excruciating, literally “out of crucifying”), gruesome, humiliating, and public, using whatever means were most expedient for that goal. Crucifixion methods varied considerably with location and time period.

The person executed may have been attached to the cross by rope, though nails and other sharp materials are mentioned in a passage by the Judean historian Josephus, where he states that at the Siege of Jerusalem, “the soldiers out of rage and hatred, nailed those they caught, one after one way, and another after another, to the crosses, by way of jest”. Objects used in the crucifixion of criminals, such as nails, were sought as amulets with perceived medicinal qualities. (Caiaphas has Jesus ones in his bones box)

While a crucifixion was an execution, it was also a humiliation, by making the condemned as vulnerable as possible. Frequently, the legs of the person executed were broken or shattered with an iron club, an act called crurifragium. This act hastened the death of the person but was also meant to deter those who observed the crucifixion from committing offenses.

The crucifixion of Judas-Jesus’ twin occurred in 1st-century Judea, most likely in either AD 30 or AD 33. Judas’ crucifixion is described in the four canonical gospels, referred to in the New Testament epistles, attested to by other ancient sources, and is established as a historical event confirmed by non-Christian sources, although there is no consensus among historians on the exact details.

According to the gospels, Judas was arrested and then sentenced on the spot, crucified by the Romans. Judas was stripped of his clothing. He was then hung between two convicted rebels and, according to the Gospel of Mark, died by the 9th hour of the day (at around 3:00 p.m.).

The earliest detailed accounts of the death of Judas are contained in the four canonical gospels. There are other, more implicit references in the New Testament epistles. Judas’ arrest, NO trial at the Sanhedrin and NO trial at Pilate’s court, where Judas WAS NOT is flogged, but condemned to death at his arrestation, is led to the place of crucifixion NO ONE carry any cross, and then Judas is crucified.

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After a long exposure on the cross, because crucifixion was most often performed to dissuade its witnesses from perpetrating sedition crimes. Victims were sometimes left on display after death as a warning to any other potential criminals. Crucifixion was usually intended to provide a death that was particularly slow, painful (hence the term excruciating, literally “out of crucifying”), gruesome, humiliating, and public, using whatever means were most expedient for that goal.

There is an ancient record of one person who survived a crucifixion that was intended to be lethal, but that was interrupted. Josephus recounts: “I saw many captives crucified, and remembered three of them as my former acquaintance. I was very sorry at this in my mind, and went with tears in my eyes to Titus, and told him of them; so he immediately commanded them to be taken down, and to have the greatest care taken of them, in order to their recovery; yet two of them died under the physician’s hands, while the third recovered.”Josephus gives no details of the method or duration of the crucifixion of his three friends before their reprieve.

Romans alone possessed the power to execute, Romans do not care about any faith as long that you have Cesar as god included to your belief, but SEDITION was against Judas-Jesus.

Judas-Jesus’ crucifixion is described in all four canonical gospels, Judas is led to Calvary. The soldiers then crucify Judas The Roman soldiers break the two rebels’ legs (a procedure designed to hasten death in a crucifixion), but they do not break those of Thomas Judas, as he is already dead (John 19:33).


On the same day, Joseph of Arimathea, with Pilate’s permission and with Nicodemus’ help, removes Jesus’ body from the cross, wraps him in a clean cloth, and buries him in his new rock-hewn tomb. Were Catholic invent the legend from an old Celtic story, the Holy Grail.

According to Ambelain and Crossan, all crucified including Jesus or Judas stay on the cross until scavengers.

Scavengers are animals that consume dead organisms that have died from causes other than predation. While scavenging generally refers to carnivores feeding on carrion, it is also a herbivorous feeding behavior. Scavengers play an important role in the ecosystem by consuming dead animal and plant material. Decomposers and detritivores complete this process, by consuming the remains left by scavengers.

Scavengers aid in overcoming fluctuations of food resources in the environment. The process and rate of scavenging is affected by both biotic and abiotic factors, such as carcass size, habitat, temperature, and seasons. Good reasons to believe Judas’ body had never been buried in the tomb and had been eaten by scavengers, James would have believed that explanation instead of believing “Jesus” had been raised from the dead. James of the Jewish Faith, his own brother cannot be god.

Now that you have all the facts to claim that Jesus, not crucified, body was in a tomb in Talpiot

Talpiot Tomb of Jesus and his family

The Talpiot Tomb (or Talpiyot Tomb) is a rock-cut tomb discovered in 1980 in the East Talpiot neighborhood, five kilometers (three miles) south of the Old City in East Jerusalem. It contained ten ossuaries, six inscribed with epigraphs, including one interpreted as “Yeshua bar Yehosef” (“Jeshua, son of Joseph”), though the inscription is partially illegible, and its translation and interpretation is widely disputed. The tomb also yielded various human remains and several carvings.

The Talpiot discovery was documented in 1994 in “Catalogue of Jewish Ossuaries in the Collections of the State of Israel” numbers 701–709, and first discussed in the media in the United Kingdom during March/April 1996. Later that year an article describing the find was published in volume 29 of Atiqot, the journal of the Israel Antiquities Authority. A controversial documentary film, The Lost Tomb of Jesus, was produced in 2007 by director James Cameron and investigative journalist Simcha Jacobovici, and was released in conjunction with a book by Jacobovici and Charles Pellegrino titled The Jesus Family Tomb. The book and film make the case that the Talpiot Tomb was the burial place of Jesus of Nazareth, members of his extended family, and several other figures from the New Testament, and, by inference, that Jesus had not risen from the dead as the New Testament describes.


Books and DVD on Jesus’ family

The Lost Tomb of Jesus premiered on The Discovery Channel on March 4, 2007, timed to coordinate with publication of Jacobovici’s book The Jesus Family Tomb.

Jacobovici argues that the bones of Jesus, Mary and Mary Magdalene, along with those of some of their relatives, were once entombed in this cave, working with statisticians, archaeologists, historians, DNA experts, robot-camera technicians, epigraphers and a forensic expert to argue his case.

In 2010, Tabor and Jacobovici examined (although without fully excavating) the previously unexcavated 1st-century Jewish tomb next to the alleged ‘Jesus Family tomb’. Tabor indicated that they would be released at a press conference in November 2011, and in a forthcoming book.

Talpiot Tomb – Wikipedia

Biblical Professionals argued against Simcha / Tabor finding.

Only to put some oil on the fire:

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This is the real tomb of Jesus’ brother know as Saint Peter, he is NOT in Rome under the Vatican Altar.

In the list of ossuaries named after Jesus’ family, Cephas-Simon-Peter is not mention in the Talpiot Tomb. Saint Peter (r. AD 30; died between AD 64 and 68 also known as Simon Peter, Simeon, Simon, Cephas, or Peter the Apostle, was one of the Apostles of Jesus, and one of the first leaders of the early Church after the death of James.

The New Testament describes James number 2 after Jesus, Joseph (Joses) number 4 after Jesus, Judas (Jude) Thomas the Twin number 1 with Jesus, and Simon number 3 after Jesus as brothers of Jesus (Greek: ἀδελφοὶ, romanized: adelphoilit. ‘brothers’). Also mentioned, but not named, are sisters of Jesus. All of them are in the Talpiot Tomb.

The Gospel of Matthew mentions the newly rock-cut tomb of Joseph of Arimathea (Matthew 27:60

The Archbishop Coat-of-Arms:

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