Crucifixion Or Cruci-Fiction

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  • Crucifixion Or Cruci-Fiction







    Crucifixion was the common mode of eliminating political prisoners,
    murderers and insurgents. Long before the birth of Jesus, the
    Phoenecians had experimented with various methods to get rid of their
    anti-social characters. They had tried hanging, impaling, stoning,
    drowning, etc. But all these were too quick in their effects; the
    culprits expired too soon for their liking. So they invented the
    crucifixion, a system which produced a slow L-I-N-G-E-R-I-N-G death.




    The Romans borrowed and perfected the
    system. They developed a crucifixion for fast death and disposal, and
    another for a slow death and disposal.

    The Christian Masters1 are
    confused in their paintings of the gruesome scene. They portray the two
    2 who were simultaneously crucified
    with Jesus, his "crossmates", one on his right hand and the other on
    his left hand, as undergoing the FAST method, whereas Jesus himself is
    painted as undergoing a S-L-O-W process.

    The Romans never combined these two
    different methods. They were never confused, as the Christian artists
    were, with the fast and the slow methods. The Old Masters have painted
    hybrid crosses (mixture) of the "fast" and "slow" methods in their
    drawings of Jesus' bodily supports on the cross — i.e. with Sadile or
    without sadile
    3 either nails or leather thongs to
    bind the arms to the crossbar; and, either platforms to support the
    feet, or spikes.

    1. Meaning great artists like Michaelangelo, Rembrandt,
    Leonardo Da Vinci, etc.

    2. Mark 15:27 - "lestes" in the original. Alternatively
    translated as "thieves" or "brigandas" is actually a
    derogatory term for "Zealot." These "crossmates" of Jesus were
    not common thieves or crooks. They were the terrorists of their day,
    heroes of their nation.

    3. Sadile: Obviously a SADDLE, or "horn" which was
    fitted in the middle of the upright piece of the cross, so that it
    projected between victim's legs at the crotch to support his
    body-weight, but for aesthetic reasons the Christian fathers have
    eliminated the "horn" from the cross. See illustrations further down.




    Contrary to common belief, Jesus was
    not nailed to the cross, but bound, if at all, like the other two. In
    the light of the knowledge available, we must regard the "Doubting
    Thomas" episode as a flagrant "gospel fabrication", similar to the
    story of the woman caught in the act of adultery. See below for a
    reproduction of the Bible page and note that John chapter 8, begins
    with verse 12. Can you imagine any chapter in any religious Book
    beginning with verse 12 as the first verse? Verses 1 to 11 are expunged
    as a fabrication by the 32 Christian Scholars of the highest eminence,
    backed by 50 co-operating denominations in their "Most up-to-date
    Version of the Bible"— the R.S.V.

    1. R.S.V.
    stands for Revised Standard Version, first published in 1952. The
    translators claimed to have had access to the "Most Ancient
    from which they learnt that the story about the
    adulteress was a fabrication. See <!a href="">"Is
    the Bible God's Word?"
    <!/a> for further information on the R.S.V.








    Jews were in extreme haste to have Jesus done away with. Remember the
    midnight trial? Early in the morning, they dragged him to Pilate. From
    Pilate to Herod. From Herod back to Pilate. According to a boisterous
    American (another "born-again") there were "SIX" trials within
    twelve hours. At the busiest time in Jerusalem, around the Feast of the
    Passover, it appears from the Gospel narratives that people of worth
    had nothing else to do but twiddle their thumbs in great expectation of
    interviewing Jesus. Exactly as things happen on the "set", for the
    shooting of films. Hurry! hurry! hurry!

    According to the Gospel writers,
    the Jews and the Romans managed to have Jesus on the cross by the 6th
    hour, that is by 12 noon; and by the 9th hour
    1, that is, by 3
    o'clock he had given up the ghost — he had died (?). Strange people,
    these Jews! As much as they were in a hurry to mount Jesus on the
    cross, no sooner had they succeeded, they were once more agitated to
    bring him down. Can you imagine why? Their religious scruples -the
    Sabbath! They were warned in the "fifth Book of Moses":

    "His body (any
    crucified person) shall not remain all night upon the tree, but
    thou shah in any wise bury him that day, (for he that is hanged is
    accursed of God), that thy land be not defiled, which the Lord thy God
    giveth thee for an inheritance."

    (HOLY BIBLE) Deuteronomy 21:23


    To appease the religious scruples of the Jews (or for any other
    reason) if it became necessary to expedite death on the cross, the
    executioners resorted to the "cruri-fragium", a club like horror with
    which the legs were broken. The victim expired by suffocation within
    the hour. This was the fast method.


    Matthew 27:46. 32



    This drawing is an attempt at a
    more accurate representation of the "execution" of Jesus. To check his
    ideas the artist Charles Pickard, actually manoeuvred himself into this



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