First a 'Global Curse,' Then an Additional Black and White Worry
Maybe in 2007, I received a dream-vision of being a floating observer over a group of men being crucified, with a glaring problem with one of those men. There was a starkly clean rope wrapped thick around his neck. The other problem with the perspective was that the entire scene was in sepia. This brought me to reflections of Jews suffering. That dream-vision was decades after the contrived Boston Globe front page of 1981 described earlier, and the 'black and white curse'.
Eventually, I reflected on the origin of the white collar worn by some Christian priests, and also my efforts to point out fiction in the New Testament (the 'non' black and white so to speak, since I take on a 'black and white' personality as a Prophet most times).
In around 2019, my Prophecy had me record 'And G-d threw water at him(me)." Again, thoughts of a 'starkly clean' entered my mind. Combining the clean rope with the recent 'clean water', I've come to the belief that a miracle of Jesus was a baby that was cleaned after emergence from the womb by G-d.
I hope my readers will understand my difficulty speaking about Jesus. Disregarding with prejudice Christians that claim Jesus will rule the world, there are a myriad of reasons, potentially common to all Jews as we mature.
Whenever an English speaker (also other languages) learns Hebrew and progresses to conjugation of the word "death" they will realize that one pair of New Testament names follow that seemingly impossible pattern. In addition, the names Peter and Paul are eerily close to the pronunciation of the words "solved, separate" and "influence, activity" respectively, and repeated there absurdly.
New Testament descriptions of Jewish improprieties are fictitious in some sections, and possibly fictitious in all the others.
Two groups of Christians make personal attacks on me.
In Catholicism prospective Cardinals are sworn in by the name Immanuel, a name first appearing in the Book of Isaiah as an underling to me, and later used as a nickname for Jesus by a Disciple (with a Hebrew word as his name).
In some Protestantism, many New Testaments omit my Biblical writing name, as shown in side by side graphical presentations below on this page.
I've made early readings of all of Jesus's mentions, in my ongoing evolving Prophecy, available here...
Christianity Mentions ~click here~
Christianity has accepted two Messiahs, through the inclusion of the Old Testament. The Book of Daniel clearly says, "...Michael...at the End of Days...", the Books of Moses named Jeshurun, and I saw an Aleph of fire and color when I had my vision. Taking an ancient writing and deleting a specific name, but still presenting the work as cohesive would be illegal anywhere, and for good reason. Many Christian Bibles do exactly that, eliminating my writing name there.