Sunday, April 05, 2015

Easter 2015: NY Times Ritually Defames Christ

Just Like the Judaic-owned newspaper did in 2014

By Michael Hoffman
Truth Campaigner •

"…An assortment of inscriptions that led some to suggest Jesus of Nazareth was married and fathered a child and that the Resurrection could never have happened.”
  Israeli reporter Isabel Kershner, NY Times, Easter Sunday, April 5, p. A4

Judaic bigotry and hate speech against Jesus Christ manifests ceremonially in the Zionist-controlled media at Christmas and Easter, the holiest seasons for Christians. Anti-Christianic bigots at the New York Times are particularly persistent in massively publicizing pseudo-archaeological "evidence  attacking the central tenet of the Christian Faith, the Resurrection of Jesus: “…if Christ be not risen, then our preaching is vain, and your faith is also vain. (1 Corinthians 15:14).

In 2015 the ritual hate speech is disseminated as an Eastern Sunday report on p. 4 of the New York Times, “Findings Reignite Debate on Claim of Jesus’ Bones.” It is written by Isabel Kershner, an Israeli. The 2015 Times article states, “There is the notion that burial remains, including bone matter, of Jesus of Nazareth would suggest that there could have been no bodily resurrection.”

A multi-millionaire non-Judaic movie mogul, James Cameron, is deeply implicated in promoting the heinous lie that Jesus did not resurrect from the dead. The deep pockets Hollywood director is joined in his anti-Christianic campaign by the Discovery Channel, the aforementioned NY Times, and Israeli Judaics, among them Simcha Jacobovici, Aryeh Shimron, as well as the Israeli government’s "Antiquities Authority,” which "provided some technical assistance” to Cameron and Jacobovici. Here is an excerpt from the Times article, published April 5, 2015:

JERUSALEM — ...(T)wo ancient artifacts found here have set off a fierce archaeological and theological debate in recent decades.  At the heart of the quarrel is an assortment of inscriptions that led some to suggest Jesus of Nazareth was married and fathered a child, and that the Resurrection could never have happened. 

Now, the earth may have yielded new secrets...A Jerusalem-based geologist believes he has established a common bond between them that strengthens the case for their authenticity and importance. The first artifact is an ossuary, or burial box for bones, bearing the Aramaic inscription “James son of Joseph brother of Jesus,” that the Israeli collector who owns it says he bought from an East Jerusalem antiquities dealer in the 1970s. 

...The second artifact is a tomb unearthed at a building site in the East Talpiot neighborhood of East Jerusalem in 1980 and thrust into the limelight by a 2007 documentary movie, “The Lost Tomb of Jesus.” The film was produced by (Hollywood director) James Cameron (“Titanic”) and written by Simcha Jacobovici, an Israeli-born filmmaker based in Toronto. It was first broadcast on the Discovery Channel in 2007.

The burial chamber, which subsequently became known as the Talpiot Tomb, contained 10 ossuaries, some with inscriptions that have been interpreted as “Jesus son of Joseph,” “Mary” and other names associated with New Testament figures. The group of names led Mr. Jacobovici and his supporters to argue that this was probably the tomb of the family of Jesus of Nazareth, a sensational claim rejected by most archaeologists and experts, who said that such names were very common at that time.....Mr. Jacobovici and his supporters say that if it could be proved that the so-called James ossuary, whose provenance is unclear, originated in the Talpiot Tomb, the names on it, added to the cluster of names found in the tomb, would bolster the chances that the tomb belonged to the family of Jesus of Nazareth.

Enter the geologist, Aryeh Shimron. He is convinced he has made that connection by identifying a well-defined geochemical match between specific elements found in samples collected from the interiors of the Talpiot Tomb ossuaries and of the James ossuary. When the Talpiot ossuaries were discovered, they were covered by a thick layer of a type of soil, Rendzina, that is characteristic of the hills of East Jerusalem and was apt to impose a unique geochemical signature on the ossuaries buried beneath it. ...An unlikely Indiana Jones, Dr. Shimron, 79, was born in the former Czechoslovakia and is an expert in plaster. Now retired as a senior researcher of the Geological Survey of Israel, a government institute specializing in earth sciences, he has been involved in archaeological geology for the last 20 years.  Dr. Shimron based his research on the theory that an earthquake that convulsed Jerusalem in A.D. 363 flooded the Talpiot Tomb with tons of soil and mud, dislodging its entrance stone and, unusually, covering the chalk ossuaries entirely.

“The soil created a kind of vacuum,” he said. “The composition of the tomb was simply frozen in time.” For the last seven years, Dr. Shimron has been studying the chemistry of samples from chalk crust scraped from the underside of the Talpiot ossuaries and, more recently, from the James ossuary. He has also studied samples of soil and rubble from inside the ossuaries. In addition, for comparative purposes he has examined samples from ossuaries from about 15 other tombs. Mr. Jacobovici, who has been documenting the research for another movie, said “the production” financed the lab work.

The Israel Antiquities Authority provided access to most of the ossuaries and carried out the major part of the sampling under the direction of Dr. Shimron. A spokeswoman for the authority said that it had provided some technical assistance for Mr. Jacobovici’s movie… Today the Talpiot Tomb is sealed underground beneath a concrete slab in a courtyard between nondescript apartment buildings on East Talpiot’s Dov Gruner Street, and its ossuaries are under the custodianship of the Israel Antiquities Authority. The James ossuary is back with its owner, Oded Golan, the collector, who lives in Tel Aviv and keeps the box in a secret location. Yet Dr. Shimron’s findings seem likely to reawaken the controversies of the past.

There is the notion that burial remains, including bone matter, of Jesus of Nazareth would suggest that there could have been no bodily resurrection. Moreover, speculation that one of the bone boxes found in Talpiot may have belonged to Mary Magdalene, while another bore the inscription “Judah son of Jesus,” has only added to the general contentiousness of the finds.  ...Shimon Gibson was among the Antiquities Authority archaeologists who entered the newly exposed Talpiot Tomb in 1980. He said recently that it was clear that the underground entrance to the tomb had been open since antiquity and that the tomb had filled with soil abruptly as a result of a single quick event — possibly an earthquake. Dr. Gibson and other archaeologists concluded that tomb raiders had probably been there during the Byzantine period. But he discounted any possibility that the James ossuary had been spirited away when the tomb was uncovered. ...Dr. Gibson said, the scholarly community was eagerly awaiting the publication of Dr. Shimron’s results in a scientific journal for peer review

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For further research:

The Revolutionary Betrayal of the Crucifixion:

It’s the Christian Holy Week: Time for Talmud TV

Larry David’s Talmudic mentality and urinating on an image of Christ


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1 comment:

Mazara said...

Coincides with the annual Easter and Christmas bombing of Palestine.