I don't think the theory about Jesus at the end is 100% true, but it's an interesting story anyway.
Tamar is the oldest and most secretive witch society there is. Its origins may be traced back 2,000 years to the time of the essences and Jesus, heir to the Davidic bloodlines. During this time Jesus and Mary Magdalene had three children, Tamar (being the first child), Jesus and Joseph. Because Tamar was a girl she was bypassed in favor of a boy, the same rules which still continue today within the Royal family. But there were those that believe Tamar was the real heiress and as such a secret society sprung up around her and her beliefs. Later that society found its footing in both France and Britain. The original founding of Tamar secret society in Britain may be traced to Glastonbury. The society formed and grew in an underground sort of way. It had strong connections with the Celtic church where many of its members came. Later it developed strong connections with the Cathars in France.
I have to say that I never been a member of, nor a believer in, any particular religion, but my quest has led me to feel that there are “truth” in many religions, myths and dreams, especially the symbolism of them. It seems to me that they are all related. I also feel that the Mayan scholar, Hunbatz Men, was correct when they was saying that the Sacred Symbols will be newly understood as the earth changes come into manifestation. You will see in this story that there are a number of clues suggesting that the “red” thread can be followed way back.
Much like the Freemasons, Tamar was a very secretive society and few even knew of its existence. During the times of the catholic inquisition the Tamar went to great lengths to stay hidden. Although a secret society with strong religious overtones, Tamar took on many practices of witchcraft. Tamar has a whole secret language it uses, and it is the words from this language that provide the basis for the spells of Tamar. All in all Tamar has some 5,000 spells which comes from an origin that no one can be sure of. The language used by Tamar comes from an also mysterious origin which some even say has it`s herritage from the Anunnaki. The Tamar where well connected to the Knights Templar and the Prieuré de Sion. It is thought by some that when the Templar where being persecuted by the catholic church that the Templar passed on to Tamar the secrets of the Arc, which they had discovered some years earlier. The Tamar still remains the worlds most secretive and yet most powerfull secret society. Tamar is built on some some very strict beliefs, and holds virginity to be of importance in both male and female. Positions of authority may only be held by females, yet they must be guided by a male sort of councillor. There are only two male councillors in the world today, and they both hold the only two copies of the history of Tamar and its secrets. These two do not know each other and may never meet. Tamar identify each other through secret forms of code, such as encrypted sentances, handshakes and certain jewellery. Spells may only be cast after gaining permission from a higher level in the society. Members of Tamar include some very well known people.But you can also find some relations to Prieuré de Sion if you research the topic well.
Prieuré de Sion, is a name given to multiple groups, both real and fictitious. The most notorious is a fringe fraternal organisation, founded and dissolved in France in 1956 by Pierre Plantard. In the 1960s, It is said that Plantard created a fictitious history for that organisation, describing it as a secret society founded on Mount Zion in the Kingdom of Jerusalem in 1099, which is devoted to installing a secret bloodline of the Merovingian dynasty on the thrones of France and the rest of Europe. But why? This myth was expanded upon and popularised by the 1982 pseudohistorical book The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail,and later claimed as factual in the preface of the 2003 conspiracy novel The Da Vinci Code. During research to the book “The Da Vinci Code” some real facts pointing towards the truth about Prieuré de Sion, was surpriseingly found, under the mythical Scottish Rosslyn Chapel.
In 1450, William Sinclair, Earl of Orkney, began construction on the Rosslyn Collegiate Church outside the small village of Roslin, Scotland; his second-oldest son, Oliver, seems to have been responsible for its completion. The original plans are lost, so it’s not clear if Sinclair intended for additions to the chapel, and there’s no explanation of the building’s elaborate ornamentation. As for Solomon’s temple being its inspiration, the model for the chapel’s. Floor plan can be found a few miles away at the Glasgow Cathedral. Around 1600, another William Sinclair, descended from the former,became a patron of the Masons. Eventually, the Sinclairs became Scottish Freemasons, and mystery surrounding the guild prompted speculations about Rosslyn Chapel. No connections between Rosslyn and the Templars were conjectured before the nineteenth century. The most strange thing about Rosslyn chapel which is drawing lines to Prieurè de Sion and the bloodline theory is the apprentice Pillar, which is beautifully carved and entwined by stone coils. It symbolises the Tree of Life, with carvings snaking round from the bottom to the top. Supposedly carved by an apprentice, the master stonemason was so enraged when he saw the young man’s work that he murdered him.
Also many archaeologist`s and astronomers believe that the walls are carved with azimuths, that give co-ordinates for sites in Iceland (where the St. Clairs supposedly originated) and across Britain.
The pillar itself has a number of outlandish theories attached to it. One theory has it that these coiled spirals look just like our modern-day representation of the double helix of DNA. The Bloodline secret message is there and isn’t it just too coincidental that in the 15th century a young man so carved out the exact form of DNA when hundreds of years later, down the road at the Roslin Institute, Dolly the Sheep would become the world’s first animal to have their DNA cloned? Did somebody know about DNA back then or did they supernaturally foretell the news?
Hodnet Church in Shropshire
Another mystery worth mentioning is how the Bible relates to how Christ was particularly close to one of his disciples – someone described only as “the disciple whom Jesus loved”. The New Testament does not reveal who this disciple was, but early Christian tradition held that it was Saint John the Gospel writer. In recent years various scholars have speculated that this enigmatic phrase implied a sexual relationship between Jesus and the disciple in question, and it has been suggested that the mysterious disciple might actually have been Christ’s closest female follower Mary Magdalene. In 1982 authors Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln, in their book Holy Blood, Holy Grail, speculated that Jesus and Mary were not only married, but that they also had children whose descendants still survive today. The Holy Grail, the authors proposed, was not really a cup, but a symbolic reference to this bloodline. They also claimed that a mystical society called the Priory of Sion preserved this secret down the ages. One member of this secret society was said to have been the Renaissance artist Leonardo Da Vinci, and in 1997 two other authors, Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince, in their book The Templar Revelation, suggested that Leonardo de Vinci had gone so far as to depict Mary Magdalene in his famous painting of the Last Supper. The figure seated on Christ’s right which was supposed to represent Saint John, Picknett and Prince observed, appears to be a woman. The Jesus married Mary Magdalene theory was the theme adopted by Dan Brown in The Da Vinci Code.
Above: The Bible relates how an unnamed disciple was so intimate with Jesus that during the Last Supper he leant on Christ’s bosom. Church traditions holds that this disciple was Saint John, but when Leonardo painted this scene (below) he not only depicted this disciple leaning away from Christ, he also appears to have portrayed him as a woman. Notice that no other person in any of these the pictures appears to be female but Mary.
I believe that Jesus was the leader of a radical socialistic faction of Essene priests. He was not of virgin birth. He did not die on the Cross. He married Mary Magdalene, fathered a family, and later divorced. He died sometime after AD 64. In this controversial version of Christ’s life, theological scholar and bestselling author Dr. Barbara Thiering reveals, after more than twenty years of close study of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Gospels, a revolutionary theory that, while upholding the fundamental faith of Christianity, challenges many of its most ingrained super naturalist beliefs. But to me it seems to be one of the most logical theory’s.
Source: Ray Alex Website