Brother AACOOLDRE : Jesus views on Homosexuals

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    Jesus views on Homosexuals in the Bible
    By Andre Austin

    It has been alleged that Jesus didn’t talk about Homosexuals in the 4 Gospels but Paul did in his letters. Jesus talked about Eunuchs which were associated with homosexuals in that time period.

    The New Testament was written in two parts. The 4 gospels of Matthew, Mark , Luke and John were written to give glory to the Father and the son. You know them as Jesus and his father God but their true names were Vespasian and Titus. The Roman Senate voted Vespasian and Titus as Gods but they couldn’t get the Jews to worship them directly so they substituted their names for Jesus. Domitian the third part of the trinity was the evil bird spirit of the unholy spirit. Domitian is just the opposite of the holy spirit that impregnates Mary in Matthew. Domitian is the evil spirit seen as the Red dragon who kills a pregnant woman before she gives birth in Revelations.

    (A). Jesus is a composite figure made up of various pagan gods and people like Osiris and Emperor Titus. Jesus is set up like straw man and is back dated 40 years in the year 30AD to foresee the coming of the Son of Man (Titus) who will destroy Israel in 70AD. Gays are in the kingdom with Titus.

    (B). Likewise Paul’s ministry begins around 40AD and the start of Domitian’s reign in 81AD a roughly 40 year cycle parallel to the one which linked Jesus to Titus. Gays are excluded from the kingdom of Domitian.

    Jesus ministry was a parody of Titus military campaign and Paul’s ministry is a reflection of Domitian reign.

    When Titus defeated the Jews he took all the tall and handsome young men under 17 so they could be in his kingdom as house slaves (War of the Jews Book 6 chapter 9:2). Many of their house slaves were turned into eunuchs. As a fact Nero castrated an actor and then married him. Titus owned an “immoral” troop of inverts (Homosexuals) and eunuch. His Mistress Queen Berenice, who has a cameo appearance in the NT forced his to break off his relationships with some of his favorite boys in his troop who were singers and dancers (see Suetonius The Twelve Caesars) After Titus died in 81AD at age 41 (He was not yet 50 John 8:57) Domitian took over in 81AD he outlawed castration because it went on in a large scale under Titus; “The price of eunuchs remaining in slave-dealers hands officially controlled”. Domitian repremand government officials for being overly fond of acting and dancing; forbabe immoral women to use litters and sentenced many under the Scantinian laws (unnatural homosexual acts), taking a far more serious view than his father (Vespasian) and brother (Titus) had done of unchaste” (Suetonius, the twelve caesars) He had sexual deviants burn alive or clubed to death the total opposite of Jesus/Titus to stopped the stoning of women for their sex crimes. By the way Domitian is associated with the burning bed in Revealations.

    ( C. ) In Jesus view a Eunuch (homosexual) could inherit the kingdom along with a loose woman. See Matthew 19:12-15 & Matthew 18:1-11 The only difference between Titus and Jesus was that Jesus placed his hands on Little children in conjuction with his sermon on eunuchs and Titus took tall children under his hands. For Domitian those who were already eunuchs were left in the hands of their slaves-traders. If you read my other essay about Castration in the bible you will learn that the terminology of placing hands on someone is associated with private parts being attacked.

    (D). Paul when we get to 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 (In part used by the Duck Dynasty Crew) we see a difference that reflects Domitian reign of being against homosexual offenders, sexualy immoral, drunkards nor slanders. This fits well with Domitian who punished authors who lampoon men and women of status and had a similar prohibition on wine like the USA did in the 1920’s by issuing an edict prohibiting the planting of Vines in Italy.