Was Jesus Homosexual?

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Jesus may have been homosexual. In 1958, a manuscript was discovered at a monastery at Mar Saba, east of Jerusalem. It shows how the Jesus story was rewritten by the Church whenever it suited them at the time. It was found by an American, Morton Smith,1 Professor of Ancient History at Columbia University. It included the content of a letter by Bishop Clement of Alexandria, Egypt, an early Christian father, to a colleague called Theodore. It also revealed an unknown segment of Mark’s Gospel which had been suppressed.

The Raising of Lazarus

It included in the ‘Jesus’ story some details of mystery school initiations. It was an account of the raising of Lazarus by Jesus. The famous raising from the dead. In this suppressed text Lazarus called to Jesus before any ‘raising’ took place. So proving that he was not supposed to be physically dead.

Was Jesus Homosexual?

There was also another devastating revelation for Christianity. The manuscript makes references to the effect that Jesus was understood to have engaged in possible homosexual practices involving the ‘rich young man’ mentioned in Mark’s Gospel.2 “And going out of the tomb they came into the house of the youth, for he was rich. And after six days Jesus told him what to do and in the evening the youth comes to him, wearing a linen cloth over [his] naked [body]. And he remained with him that night, for Jesus taught him the mystery of the kingdom of God. And thence arising, he returned to the other side of the Jordan.”3

Bishop Clement’s letter was replying to a Christian who was very perturbed to be told the above story of ‘Jesus’ by the Gnostic group called the Carpocrates. It had apparently been leaked to them by an official in Alexandria. Clement’s advice, after confirming the story, was that anything which contradicts the official church view must be denied, even if it is true. The letter says of those who question official orthodoxy:

“For even if they should say something true, one who loves the Truth should not, even so, agree with them… To them one must never give way; nor, when they put forward their falsifications, should one concede that the secret Gospel is by Mark – but should deny it on oath. For not all true things are to be said to all men.”4

Clement was summing up the attitude of the Brotherhood and their religious fronts throughout history.

The Last Supper

Leonardo Da Vinci was gay. He painted the Last Supper.

The Last Supper

To the left of Jesus you can see John. John looks effeminate. John was the beloved disciple. Pay attention to this: “and the beloved disciple leaned his head upon Jesus’ chest and said, ‘Lord, who is the one that will betray you?’ And the Lord whispered into his ear, ‘it is the one who will dip his bread into the cup with me.” Leaned his head upon his chest? Whispered into his ear? This sounds gay. In the painting he is wearing red and blue. Red together with blue makes purple. Purple is a gay color. My blog is not purple because I am gay but because it is the color of spirit. Purple/violet has the highest frequency of the colors. Its frequency acts as a bridge for transitioning into the next higher octave. It can alchemically transmute or transition a person into the next higher frequency.

Written by Jeff Timmerman

  1. Morton Smith, The Book Your Church Doesn’t Want You To Read, edited by Tim C. Leedom (Kendall/Hunt Publishing, Iowa, USA, 1993), p 176. Available from the Truth Seeker Company, P0 Box 2872, San Diego, California 92112.
  2. Mark 10:17-23
  3. Morton Smith, The Secret Gospel (Victor Gollancz, London, 1974), P.17
  4. Morton Smith, The Secret Gospel (Victor Gollancz, London, 1974)

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