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The Talmud of Jmmanuel

"The Talmud of Jmmanuel are the original teachings of Esu (Jesus) Immanuel of 2000 years ago, as recorded by Esu Immanuel's disciple, scribe and closest friend, Judas Iscariot, one of the twelve disciples. These writings were preserved by Esu's son Joseph, who carried them back from India at Esu's death, and placed them in the Tomb of Aramathea in Jerusalem, where Esu had lain at the time of his crucifixion.

In 1963 Eduard Albert (Billy) Meier and his friend ex-Greek-Orthodox priest, Isa Rashid recovered these four scrolls, where they had been buried for 2000 years. Rashid translated the first scroll of 36 chapters from Aramaic into the German language of Meier. Rashid's work was interrupted when Israeli authorities discovered his work in Jerusalem. Rashid fled with the scrolls to a Lebanese refugee camp, but the Israeli Military bombed the camp, forcing him to flee to Baghdad. Because the scrolls were either destroyed in the bombing or they fell into Israeli hands, the remaining three were never translated, and their message was lost to the modern world."

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