“Exposing the Greatest Cover-Up in History”about Jesus

“Jesus papers”

The Jesus Papers: Exposing the Greatest Cover-Up in History [1] is a book by author Michael Baigent published in 2006. Providing his detailed history of Jesus’ life and crucifixion; using papers that, according to the author, were covered up. The book documents the political context of Jesus’ birth, and then goes on to examine the history of the migration of the family of Jesus, the chronicles of his teachings, and his death. The book was published on the same day that The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown became available as a paperback in the US.[2]



The final image of the Stations of the Cross in the church at Rennes le Château in the south of France. It is from a standard series produced for churches in the nineteenth century by a firm in Toulouse. They would normally be left unpainted, but this image is adorned in an eccentric and enigmatic manner: the moon is shown as having risen, night has fallen, the Passover has begun. No one of the Jewish faith would be handling a dead body at this time. This image then is depicting Jesus, still living, being carried out of his tomb rather than into it. What great secret was the priest of this church, the Abbé Béranger Saunière, revealing?

The above picture is on/after page 50 of the book, could be accessed at the following site:

Click to access The_Jesus_Papers_Michael_Baigent.pdf

With thanks to Michael Baigent. Regards


Jesus being taken out from the tomb




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