03/17/2018 (Sat) 21:41:04
>I think there’s a minority group out there that are constantly distorting the message of Jesus Christ. It’s just going on and on.’ On and on historically. Forget that Mary was Galilean. Plug your ears when you're told the Pharisees considered Galileans as foreigners and the word for heathen became "Galib" while "Galib-lee" meant country of heathens. The Samaritans in central Palestine were non-jews, and the story about the good Samaritan was about a non-Jew helping jews because jews did not care enough about their own. Galileans were further north, while jews came from southern Arabia, the mountainous region of Asir. When jews found Judea, they named some new villages after their old ones from Asir. You will find more O.T. villages in Asir, not Palestine/Israel. After jews were expelled from Palestine, many crossed the Caucasus mountains to convert Turkic Khazars. Jesus spoke Aramaic in a Galilean dialect distinguishable from Jerusalem, while many believe the N.T. was translated from Hebrew, but it was not. The N.T. was first translated from Aramaic. The jewish religious belief back then was called "Pharisaism", not Judaism. Jesus abhorred this practice, and spoke against it. Ask yourselves why jews spit at the name of Jesus and blaspheme him in their Talmud. This is why he was despised by the jews, mocked at his trial and crucified. Everywhere in Europe and the Middle East, Celt tribes had the prefix Gal-. Galedones of Scotland, Gaels in Ireland, Galicians in Spain, Gauls in France, Galatians in Turkey and Galileans in northern Palestine. Romans called the northern region where Galileans lived "Gaulantis", not Israel nor Israelites. Jews lived in the south, Judea between the Dead Sea and the Negev Desert. Jesus whipped the Pharisee bankers for their usury, was careful spreading his message among jews with elaborate metaphor parables, and was mocked for spreading Aramaic.