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Sunday, January 15, 2017

Historian Scrolls Found In Vatican Detailing An Eyewitness Account Of A Jesus Christ Miracle



Written By James Allan | 1-15-2017

I read the article. Sounds more like Jesus was more in the nature of a doctor that knew the baby needed to be stimulated physically to start the baby's system. Same as today's doctors and nurses do. Jesus most likely understood the human body well and knew how to treat conditions naturally. This find is awesome and shows there were "Superstars" back in B.C. 

I'm a Catholic and believe in a "Greater Being" since we exist but I'm a realist and don't believe in all the "Hokus Pokus", I just believe in mother nature and modern medicine. Quality Herbalists were good back in history also. In today's knowledge that has advanced past herbs you can can get over the counter vitamins and liquids that can reverse and stop most terrible conditions that afflicted people in yesterdays world.

Below Copy/Pasted From: World News Daily Report

Rome| An Italian expert studying a first century document written by the Roman historian Marcus Velleius Paterculus that was recently discovered in the archives of the Vatican, found what is presumed to be the first eyewitness account ever recorded of a miracle of Jesus Christ. The author describes a scene that he allegedly witnessed, in which a prophet and teacher that he namesIēsous de Nazarenus, resuscitated a stillborn boy and handed him back to his mother.
Historian and archivist Ignazio Perrucci, was hired by the Vatican authorities in 2012, to sort, analyze and classify some 6,000 ancient documents that had been uncovered in the gigantic archive vaults. He was already very excited when he noticed that the author of the text was the famous Roman historian Velleius, but he was completely stunned when he realized the nature of the content.
The text as a whole is a narrative of the author’s return journey from Parthia to Rome that occurred in 31 AD, recorded in a highly rhetorical style of four sheets of parchment. He describes many different episodes taking place during his trip, like a a violent sandstorm in Mesopotamia and visit to a temple in Melitta (modern day Mdina, in Malta).
The part of the text that really caught M. Perrucci’s attention is an episode taking place in the city of Sebaste (near modern day Nablus, in the West Bank). The author first describes the arrival of a great leader  in the town with a group of disciples and followers, causing many of the lower class people from neighbouring villages to gather around them. According to Velleius, that great man’s name was Iēsous de Nazarenus, a Greco-Latin translation of Jesus’ Hebrew name, Yeshua haNotzri.
Upon entering town, Jesus would have visited the house of a woman named Elisheba, who had just given birth to a stillborn child. Jesus picked up the dead child and uttered a prayer in Aramaic to the heavens, which unfortunately the author describes as “immensus”, meaning incomprehensible.  To the crowd’s surprise and amazement,  the baby came back to life almost immediately, crying and squirming like a healthy newborn.
Copy/Pasted From: World News Daily Report

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