A Disturbance in the Force
Laura,In another thread, recently, I spoke about our visit to Croatia and a lunch we had with Croatian members of the forum and FOTCM. At that meeting, I discussed some ideas I'd been having that I intended to include in the next volume of Secret History, to wit, the growing conviction I felt that Julius Caesar was the figure around whom the Jesus legend was wrapped.
I had come to this idea simply by reading numerous perspectives on the history of Caesar. I didn't start out thinking it, it just emerged of its own by the assembling of the data. I was naturally a bit nonplussed by this because it does sound sort of crazy, right?
Well, I've discovered that I am not the only one who has come to this idea. In a way, that's a bit of a disappointment because I was going to assemble the proofs and make the case. In another way, it is reassuring that I'm not the only one who has seen the parallels.
So, you don't have to wait for my book to explore this idea. Have a look:
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From a reviewer:
This part is important because it was what affected me: "a huge cluster of historical, archeological, numismatic, cultural, theological and linguistic facts and accords..."
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From a reviewer who more or less states some of the ideas I've had about this over the past months:
He then goes on to partly dismiss it suggesting there is way more to wade through. He's right, of course, and I've been doing that with the result that the conviction is only getting stronger.
At least now, I'll be able to cite others in support of the idea.
I will add one note: after doing a ton of reading, I think that it is safe to say that Julius Caesar was THE most extraordinary man in our whole history, bar none.
Thank you for this. Someone mentioned to me that the initials J.C. Were also shared by Julius Caeser. I didn’t think much of it, but it persisted as a thought and after a bit of digging I came upon Carotta. I was—and remain—in awe of his thesis. I too am convinced. Yours were the first thoughts I came across that intelligently expanded upon the idea.
I’ve been devouring everything I can find pertaining to Caeser since. I quite agree with you as to this extraordinary man. Just amazed, humbled and grateful to have a moment in time to grasp this insight.