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I originally came to the conclusion that it was Herod's Soldiers who had whipped Y'shua and tasted his blood and became immortal for he had surrounded himself with men from Gaul which was the area the Ten Lost Tribes were from who were in the habit of drinking the blood of their enemies.

Now, however, with a signature that I picked up from Mel's Passion Movie - he played the part (his hands) of the Soldier who nailed Y'shua to the Cross - I began to suspect that the Soldiers who Crucified him may also have become immortal by contact with His Divine Blood. I assumed it must have been still in contact with his body physically for the Eternal Life to be transmitted but now it would appear that this was not necessary and that the blood was still efficacious for a much longer period of time.

The reason this is important is because it would be the soldiers that were responsible for the actual crucifixion that were forgiven from the cross. The problem is that, according to Edersheim referencing Josephus, Pilate drew his 'body guard' from Syrian Conscripts and none of the people who I have been led to believe were immortals from Y'shua's Blood were Syrians and, in fact, they looked more like Caucasians which is to be expected from the Lost Tribes.

Be that as it may - requiring further thought as it does - I personally don't think that the immortals would lie about the Signatures the Symbolize how they became immortal - it would be a matter of pride for them, one way or another, and they certainly would not let someone else claim their own signature. This is evident by Prince's Signature for he is very probably Herod's Soldier who was responsible for beheading John the Baptist - legend has it that this execution was accomplished by a Black Man and, as far as I know, he is the only one that has been presented as an Immortal.

Now, with that in mind, I was watching Clint's movie the Outlaw Josie Wales the other night and caught two signiatues. One was at the beginning when he was burying his wife and child he pulled the Cross down to the ground forming a St. Andrew's Cross which is precisely the same as the Mark of Mithras which was then also portrayed as the second signature on the cloth of the covered wagon which held the Gatling gun - two swords in saltier.

Point being that Clint played in the movie the Gauntlet. It doesn't matter, really, what the movie was about for the name itself was the main Signature and he was claiming to have been one of the Soldiers the led Y'shua up to Golgotha when He had to pass through the crowds in a Gauntlet of His own.

Thus, when Christopher ran the Gauntlet at the beginning of the Highlander Movie on Immortals, this was also his signature as one of those same soldiers.

Clint's pulling the cross down to the ground to form the Mark of the (Ten Lost Tribes in Exile Monotheistic) Religion of Mithras - which these soldiers were probably members of - he was also claiming to be one of the Soldiers who took Y'shua down from the Cross.

As such, then, I have to do some more research and reconsider my views of this mainly - and only because - my old man forgave them from the Cross. If it was important enough for him to endure the pain of raising himself on the cross just to utter one phrase for their benefit, then it is definitely important to me.

 

 

2theoferrumii To theoferrumii - Mark Public Delete
Edit2010-03-03 13:44

Let me give ya another example. Sean played in the Search for the Holy Grail movie with Harrison Ford and is saved from death (becomes immortal) via the Grail. The Grail was used to catch Y'shua's Blood (according to legend) while he was on the Cross. Sean is claiming to have been there.

He and Mel have both played in a movie called Ransom yet with different plots and he and Clint have both played the character of the man who escaped from Alcatraz.

 

 



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