Ask the Nuwaupians, was Abelard Reuchlin one of the masters who guided York's pen?

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Ask the Nuwaupians, was Abelard Reuchlin one of the "MASTERS" who guided York's pen?

Answer: They will undoubtedly respond who a shocking Who?!?!? 

York is on record and made it clear that his pen is guided by some "Masters".

"I call you to accept this truth as bestowed upon me by the masters who guide my pen, for of myself I could not have done the works of it."

-Holy Tablets (revised edition) A Personal Note From The Receiver

 

So the question then becomes, was Abelard Reuchlin, author of the book, "The True Authorship of the New Testament" (1979) one of the masters who guided York's pen? Because York plagiarizes whole sections from that books, doesn't mention the authors name and does not separate Abelard Reuchlin's words from his (York's) words. This is a clear case of literary plagiarism as you will now see.

 

 

The New Testament, The Church, and Christianity were all the creation of the Calpurnius Piso (Pronounced Peso) Family who were Roman Aristocrats. The New Testament and all the characters in it were all Jesus- All the Josephs, all the Mary's, all the Disciples, apostles, Paul and John the Baptist are all fictional. The Piso's created the story and the characters, they tied the story into a specific time and place in history. And they connected it with some peripheral actual people, such as the Herods, Gamaliel, the Roman Procurators etc But Jesus and everyone involved with him were created ( that is, fictional) characters!

The True Authorship of the New Testament (1979) Page 1.

 

The New Testament, and Christianity were all creations of Calpurnius Piso's family who were Roman aristocrats. It was all a play. The New Testament and all the characters in it, including Jesus, all the Josephs, all the characters and they tied the story into a specific time and place in history. 

The Luciferian Conspiracy (1996) page 347.

 

Then, Arius Calpurnius Piso wrote, in sequence, the following:

Gospel of Matthew 70-75 C.E.

Present Gospel of Mark 75-80 C.E.

Gospel of Luke (with help of Pliny the Younger) 85-90 C.E.

 In the gospel story he inserted himself by playing the role not only of Jesus, but of all the Josephs, as well. He particularly enjoyed assuming the identity of Joseph. Wishing to create a Jewish hero, a savior, in fictional form, he (and his father before him), felt the identity of a second Joseph secretly, but very aptly, fit them. For their name Piso had the same four letters, rearranged, as the four Hebrew letters (Yud Vov Samech Fey) which in that language spelled the name Joseph. Thus they saw themselves as the new Joseph. That is why so much of the story of Joseph in Egypt is secretly redone and inserted into the gospel story of Jesus. The Jesus figure which Piso creates is a composite. He inserts redrawn elements from Joseph in Egypt and other Jews of the Bible; elements from Essenic writings; and characteristics of various pagan gods. Piso plagiarized the Hebrew scriptures. Especially, he loved and borrowed freely from the prophet Isaiah, whose 44th chapter was most helpful. Piso’s idea to make Jesus a god to whom to bow, worship and pray came from Isaiah 44.17; 

The True Authorship of The New Testament (1979) Page 2.

 

Arius Calpurnius Piso wrote in order of the following: The Gospel of Matthew 70-75 C.E., Gospel of Mark 75-80 C.E. and the Gospel of Luke 85-90 C.E. In the Gospel story, Piso inserted himself by playing the role not only of Jesus, but of all the Josephs, as well. He practically enjoyed assuming the identity of Joseph. He wished to create a Jewish Hero, A savior, in fictional form. He and his father before him, felt the identity of a second Joseph secretly, rearranged, as the four Hebrew letters (Yod, Vau, Samekh, Pe), which in the language spelled the name Joseph. Thus, they saw themselves as the new Joseph. This is why so much of the story of Joseph in Egipt is secretly redone and inserted into the Gospel story of Jesus. Piso created a composite figure of Jesus. He inserted, redrawn pictures of Joseph in Egipt, and other Jews of the bible: Elements from Essenic writings; And characteristic of various Pagan Gods. Piso Gods. Plagiarized Hebrew scriptures. He especially borrowed from Isaiah whose 44th Chapter was most helpful to him because that was where he received most of his ideas of Jesus being Emmanuel (Isaiah 7:14), and from Psalms 22 but mainly from Egipt.

The Luciferian Conspiracy (1996) page 348-349

 

In addition to creating Jesus in literature, Piso created for himself another famous literary role, that of a purported Jewish general and then historian: Flavius Josephus. As Josephus, he contended he had bravely led his fellow Jews in the war in defending Galilee against the Roman invaders!

The True Authorship of the New Testament (1979) Page 3.

 

Question: Just what did this demonic Priest Josephus Flavius Piso do?

Ans: You have to trace his history carefully to catch the trick. He is recorded as being a Jewish historian and a soldier in the Jewish Revolt against the Romans 66 A.D. After this betrayal, he won the favor of a Roman General Vespasian.

The Luciferian Conspiracy (1996) page  348.

 

Under his fictional name of Flavius Josephus he also wrote, during these approximate years the following:

¯ The Jewish War 75-80 C.E.

¯ Jewish Antiquities (Jewish Archaeology) 90-93 C.E.

¯ His purported autobiography entitled Vita in Latin (which

would be Bios in Greek)--which is also fictional 96-103 C.E.

¯ Contra Apionem 103-105 C.E.

The True Authorship of The New Testament (1979) Page 3.

 

Some of his works were history of the Jewish War, Antiquity of The Jews, And Against Apion (A Defense of The Jews).

The Luciferian Conspiracy (1996) page 349.

 

The name Piso was supposedly derived from the Latin word pistor which originally meant one who "ground" ; hence, a miller of flour or a bake

The True Authorship of the New Testament Page 12.

 

The name Piso was supposedly derived from the Latin word "Pistor" which originally meant "one who ground have a miller or baker"

The Luciferian Conspiracy (1996) page 348.

 

By now, the reader should well understand how Josephus was found to be the author of the Jesus story in the Synoptic Gospels--that he was the Joseph writing himself in as he father, and as Jesus, and writing his three sons in as the three main disciples. And because Josephus was not born until the year 37 C.E., the effect was to prove Jesus a fictional alter ego of Josephus. And the reader will have understood, too, the proofs that Calpurnius Piso inserted himself and his family repeatedly, by numbers and other methods, into the gospels, and that he apparently was Josephus.

The True Authorship of The New Testament (1979) Page 19.

 

Ques; So Joseph was really Calpurnius Piso?

Ans: By now you should overstand that Josephus was really Calpurnius Piso and that he was the founder and author of the Jesus story. Joseph wrote himself as the father, as Jesus, as his three sons and as the three main disciples. Calpurnius Piso inserted himself and his family repeatedly by numbers and other methods into the Gospels.

The Luciferian Conspiracy (1996) page 349.

 

 When comparing the works of Abelard Reuchlin to York's writings on this subject, it leaves no doubt of York's guilt as an infamous literary plagiarist, something this website has the full documentation on.