CAESARION: The Greatest Story Never Told | Cosmic Convergence: 2012 and Beyond
The historical record is far less conclusive in the case of Jesus the Christ. In fact, there does not appear to be a single piece of archeological evidence which supports the claim that a “Jesus Christ” was ever born in Bethlehem, or ever lived in the exact time frame outlined in the Holy Bible. Upon close examination of the generally accepted timeline of the life of Jesus the Christ, it appears that the life of another historical personage was utilized as the essential Jesus, whose biblical portrayal was actually a composite of various personalities, the primary one being Caesarion, the last pharaoh of Egypt.
Bust of CAESARION
Since Caesar and Cleopatra were never married, it is important to note that Caesarion was born out of wedlock. It is also quite significant that “Cleopatra compared her relationship to her son with the Egyptian goddess Isis and her divine child Horus.” In order to emphasize this special relationship, as well as to invoke the divine right of kings, Cleopatra very carefully choreographed all of the necessary rituals and observed the various rites of passage generally accorded to a young pharaoh-in-the-making.
Would it be at all unusual for the Three Magi from the Orient to visit Caesarion at his coronation in 44 BC during the exact same time period of the “most famous comet of antiquity”, which was also known as the “Star of Caesar”? Could it also be that the “Star of Caesar” was actually the Star of Bethlehem which guided the three magi from their kingdoms in the Far East to the actual coronation of the one who was known as Lord of Lords, King of Kings, and Son of God. Son of God because Caesarion’s mother, Cleopatra, was considered to be a divine reincarnation of the Egyptian Goddess Isis, and his father, Julius Caesar, was formally deified as “Divus Iulius” (deified Julius Caesar) in 42 BC by the Second Triumvirate of Rome.
“Caesar’s Comet was known to ancient writers as the Sidus Iulium (“Julian Star”) or Caesaris astrum (“Star of Caesar”). The bright, daylight-visible comet appeared suddenly during the festival known as the Ludi Victoriae Caesaris – for which the 44 BC iteration was long considered to have been held in the month of September (a conclusion drawn by Sir Edmund Halley). The dating has recently been revised to a July occurrence in the same year, some four months after the assassination of Julius Caesar, as well as Caesar’s own birth month. According to Suetonius, as celebrations were getting underway, “a comet shone for seven successive days, rising about the eleventh hour, and was believed to be the soul of Caesar.”
(Source — Ceasar’s Comet)
Jesus, means “Son of Isis”
Certainly this retelling of the “Birth of Jesus” story would explain many inexplicable and historically unverified events which are said to have taken place during that time frame. When evaluating all the evidence, it does appear that those who created the “Birth of Jesus” narrative expropriated many of the true happenings which occurred in the life of Caesarion … because it was actually the personage of Caesarion who was used as the central character in the writing of the New Testament.
Why else would the four separate canonical gospels of the New Testament be written by authors who remain unknown to this very day? For what reason, except to cross reference each other in such a way so as to confer legitimacy upon each other’s fictionalized narratives. Of course, the primary and initial fiction was the “Virgin Birth” of the only “Son of God” in a most unlikely place known as Bethlehem, and within an unlikely group of Hebrews known as the tribe of Judah (Jew is short for those who come from this tribe of Israel).
Therefore, the revised history replaces an exceedingly humble virgin birth with the actual illegitimate royal birth. It substitutes the legitimate heir to both the Roman Empire and Egyptian Pharaonic Dynasty for the son of a lowly carpenter who grew up in Nazareth*. It moves the birth story of Jesus from Bethlehem to Alexandria. Most importantly, this revised historical perspective brings together the royal genealogical threads from the four corners of the early Roman Empire. In so doing this new narrative provides both the political and philosophical basis for why such a synthesis was ever constructed in the first place.
*The town of Nazareth is not even acknowledged by historians as having existed during the life of Jesus the Christ.