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@curiousdannii Oh yes! Your link is interesting. Indeed, I remember that a guy who was making this link between Ancient Egypt and Christianity was also a fan of Zeitgeist! Crazy. Ok, it may be nonsense then. But then again there is this book "Akhenaten and the Origins of Monotheism". Will see. Thank you everyone.


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An interesting and unknown historical source of Jesus' existence is found in Babylonian Jewish literature, Jesus appears in several contexts: He is mentioned as a disciple of a Jewish sage by the name of Rabbi Yehoshua ben Farhiya [Babylonian deviant Talmud Page 47 Side 1] The story of his killing is mentioned with more details [Babylonian Sanhedrin Talmud ...


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The analysis by Abdolonyme Ubicini, as transcribed by Wikipedia based on research into the 1844 Ottoman census by Kemal H. Karpat and compiled in Ottoman Population 1830-1914, breaks down only as fine as the European and Asian halves of the Ottoman Empire; and gives a break down of 20% Christian and under 1% Jewish: As the English translation of Ottoman ...


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