The Knights Templar And The Pharaohs
Michelle Walling – François Bérenger Saunière was a priest in the French village of Rennes-le-Château from 1885-1909 and discovered documents hidden in his church showing the genealogy of the Merovingians going back to Jesus and Mary. He also found evidence of a treasure.
The treasure of the Knights Templar was the Robe of Jesus, the Grail, the Ark of the Covenant, the last remaining pieces of the Cross of the Crucifixion, and some Bones.
The documents showed that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene and had children who grew up in southern France. The descendants of Jesus and Mary intermarried with Sicambrian Franks and founded the Merovingian royal lineage. Mary was nine years younger than Jesus and at age 30 she had a daughter named Tamar, four years later gave birth to Jesus Justus and in 44 A.D. at age 41, she had a second son named Josephes. That same year Jesus and Mary agreed to a separation and parted. Mary moved to France, established the first nunnery and died in Acquae Sextiae in 63 A.D.
Jesus had seven siblings named James, Joses, Juda, Simon, Mary, Salome and Joanna, which, along with all their descendants were identified as the Desposyni by the Vatican and treated as enemies of the church. The condemnation of Mary Magdalene as the sinful harlot, the Donation of Constantine, and the papal annihilation of the Cathars during the Albigensian Crusade were all in response to this perceived threat that the Grail Family posed to the power structure of the church. Dual Grail Family succession (descended from Jesus and James) ended with the death of King Arthur. Interestingly, James was also known as Joseph of Arimathea.
Jmmanuel (Jesus) lived in India. He did not die on the cross. His real father was an extraterrestrial Pleiadian named Gabriel (who also helped create the Islamic faith). Jmmanuel was known as Yuz Asaf to the Muslims and to the Indians he was known as Isa. There is a place in Syria near Damascus called Mayuam-i-isa which means “the place where Jesus lived.” Accounts of his survival come from the Talmud of Jmmanueland from the Ahmadiyyan religion of India. The latter further depicts Jesus spending the last part of a long life in the Kasmir region and being buried in Srinagar where there is still a tomb venerated as his. There are at least 21 historical documents that bear witness to his having lived in Kashmir, India.
However, the Jesus figure created at the Council of Nicea for the Roman Catholic Church was not based on any specific historical figure. The Church, at the direction of Emperor Constantine, created a composite being with the traits of many different messianic figures.