TJ Comments

Comments are welcomed on the comparisons between the verses or passages shown from the Gospel of Matthew and their TJ parallels. TJ stands for Talmud of Jmmanuel, discovered in 1963 by Eduard Meier and Isa Rashid.

Saturday, May 31, 2014


Although it is the non-canonical or Gnostic writings that supply most of the direct clues that the man known as “Jesus Christ” had originally held the name “Immanuel,” we had previously come across mention of the name change in Hebrews 1:3-4. Now we know of another, in Philippians 2:8-9:

"And being found in human form he humbled himself and became obedient unto death, even death on a cross. Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name which is above every name."

Evidently, Paul was not quite careful enough here to avoid any mention of the name change, which we must suspect was initiated and promoted by Paul himself, not by God. The verse makes it clear that the name that was bestowed upon the prophet & teacher, namely Jesus Christ, was supplied some time after the crucifixion. Hence he had held some other name until that time.

Phillipians is believed to have been written by Paul, but probably not the Epistle of Hebrews.

Though some New Testament (NT) scholars pay some attention to what the Gnostic writings have to say, they pay most attention to what’s in the NT itself. So it’s nice to learn of a 2nd instance, inadvertently brought to my attention thanks to Miguel Conner. As we know, there is no way that NT scholars would look into the Talmud Jmmanuel itself, but it’s possible to interest a few of them in the allowable evidence concerning the Immanuel-to-Jesus name change phenomenon. That is, until they learn it has a certain connection to the Billy Meier UFO contactee case, after which one does not hear back from even those few scholars.

Tuesday, May 06, 2014


Below is a recent addition to the rear of this web page of mine.

The 2011 edition of the TJ, though its English translation is still underway as of this update (May, 2014), is quite different from the earlier editions. It contains very lengthy “explanations” throughout involving a mixture of truth and fiction. I would conclude that it contain too much disinformation, supplied by Meier's ET contactors, to be at all reliable. Among many other things, it leads the unwary reader to believe that the Gospel of Matthew was written well before the packaged TJ (and a transcription of it) were brought from India to the Mideast; consequently one is led to believe that the writer of Matthew did not have the TJ on hand when penning his gospel. This last edition of the TJ seems designed to undermine any scholarly analysis that finds the early editions of the TJ to be basically genuine, and to dispel any thought that Matthew was dependent upon it. The earlier editions of the TJ have now become extra valuable.

This total revision -- indeed trashing -- of the TJ's earlier editions   may have been deemed necessary by the Plejarens if they had decided that through my own efforts and those of other Meier-case supporters, New Testament scholars:
(a) were coming close to being persuaded, through evidence they can accept,  that "Jesus" had originally been named "Immanuel," with the name change initiated by Paul, and that this change was successfully accomplished and covered up in the first few centuries CE; and
(b) might then connect the name "Immanuel" with the "Talmud Jmmanuel" and then explore the TJ sufficiently to learn its apparent truth and the Gospels' falsehoods ; and
(c) then journalists and certain media would, relatively suddenly,  spread the word to Christians and atheists, causing great and unacceptable turmoil.

 If so, the situation seems similar to the Plejarens having destroyed (trashed) the portion of the hillside in Jerusalem where the tomb site had been located in which Jmmanuel spent three days and nights. .