Was Jesus a shapeshifter?
A professor of Christianity just published this incredible new theory about Jesus based on his translation of an ancient manuscript.
An SOS 99.98% true story
Professor Roelof van den Broek, emeritus professor of the History of Christianity at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, deciphered a mysterious 1200 year old Coptic manuscript by a monk writing under the name of “St. Cyril” who claims that Jesus may have been a shapeshifter.
In the manuscript, St. Cyril writes that many people in Jesus’ time seemed to believe he was a powerful shapeshifter. A shapeshifter who could assume all the colors and ages of humanity and even go invisible sometimes.
(St. Cyril does NOT write that Jesus could assume the form of a chocolate bunny, which is good.)
According to the ancient book, the only way to reveal Jesus true form, was thought to be with a kiss. The manuscript credits this as the real story behind the Judas kiss – that Judas kissed Jesus to prevent him from shift forms before he could be arrested.
“For a man who could walk on water, raise the dead, feed 5,000 people with just a single loaf of bread and a fish, and turn water into wine, such abilities are perhaps unsurprising,” writes journalist Damien Gayle.
How much of this shifty new theory is true and how much of it is just an example of ancient Jesus fan fiction? We don’t know. But one thing is absolutely true is that this story calls for more research into the effect of kisses on shape shifters. I need to see this manuscript! It is kept in the Morgan Library and Museum, New York City.by Seth Greening - Visit SethOnSurvival.com