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Helfen Sie uns bei der Verbesserung unserer Autorenseiten, indem Sie Ihre Bibliografie aktualisieren und ein neues oder aktuelles Bild und eine Biografie. Islam--Its Koran and Hadith and its Leadership | Abelard Reuchlin | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. Islam--Its Koran and Hadith and its Leadership von Abelard Reuchlin bei danielpedersen.se - ISBN - ISBN - Vector Associates. Reuchlin als Vorname wurde 1-mal in 1 verschiedenen Ländern gefunden. Autoren: Johann Reuchlin, Abelard Reuchlin, Maurice Reuchlin, Johannes. Johannes Reuchlin.2 Reuchlin hatte seinen Todestag, und Professor von der Hardt, der Abaelard Abbondanza, Roberto Abrecht, Michael

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So 2 Samuel proves that chickens were given refuge in ancient Israel, for it actually says, in secret code, "Then said the king to Ittai the Gittite, Wherefore goest thou also with us?

So Peter actually says, "As newborn babes, desire the sincere chicken of the word, that ye may grow thereby Read: "When he was come down from the mountain, chicken multitudes followed him.

And the leader admits to our suggestion that Tacitus was in on this conspiracy, yes: " ALL of the authors of that time were royals who were pretending to be other people by using alias identities; and yes, this includes Tacitus.

Tacitus was actually Neratius Priscus. The leader again creates distance between himself and the sympathetic site -- though he objects that some translations of Josephus use the title "Wars of the Jews" or variants like "History of the Jewish War Against the Romans" -- he claims the latter is the correct title, but no, it's a little hard to get all of that out of just Bellum Iudaicum then in response to my implied requesr for more precise evidence on things like Arrius being Philo and descended from Pharaohs, we're told that the "information can be found elsewhere and eventually in upcoming books on the subject.

Then we are told just how far back this really goes:. And further, in answer to my question re: "In the N. Just take their word for it, it's in there.

The leader assures us, "As for the place where 'Jesus' is tempted in the story to jump from the Temple Matt. It's there, all right -- as part of a huge, chapter-long description of the Temple complex.

Josephus spends the whole chapter describing the Temple complex in loving and complete detail, right down to the sharp points on the roof made to keep birds from landing and making messes all over the place.

Jesus could have jumped from the front porch and "the exact same place" would be there, too. I noted that:. Did I do a websearch?

Yes, I did. Hannay, he was born in , and he is the author of books with these sorts of titles: Sex symbolism in religion on one hand, and On the action of chloride upon iodine on the other.

Not the same Hannay? This, again, was a man who had no business doing what he was doing. Most of the rest of the article the leader decides to ignore.

We now get to where we looked at the leader's correspondence with a rational atheist, who noted that the Piso theorists have to "concoct wild scenarios where the scrolls are removed to another location, and loved ones are left behind.

It would be completely stupid to think that as smart as these people were that they were going to leave behind evidence that could destroy everything that they had been worked so long and hard to produce if there were any way to retrieve that evidence.

And last, we're also told that "Pliny the Younger records the attempts at retrieval from the Villa of the Pisos by his uncle Pliny the Elder" but don't expect to see this in Pliny's actual works; it has to be read between the lines, we assume, of Pliny the Younger's actual report that Pliny the Elder went over out of scientific curiosity and to rescue someone's wife, and ended up visiting not the Piso villa at all, by the record, but the bathhouse.

The leader closes with more assurances that it will take "several books" before he will have enough out there to see that he really is the genius he thinks he is, declares that he has "spent far too much time" replying to our "gibberish," and takes his leave.

And that is all from the leader. What more needs be said? Sober scholarship is obviously not on the docket here.

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Some of the pages there are real doozies. And another classics scholar from Penn said: There's been a lively run of this on the sci. The short form of this is that the Piso family is responsible for all secular and sacred Greco-Roman-Christian history, all part of a vast goof performed by them on unsuspecting modern scholars.

It reads like a huge collaborative parody of Leo Strauss composed by Borges, Nabokov, and Eco, all under the influence of something they got from Hunter Thompson.

Here are thematic statements from one favoring site: We Jews and Church Leaders have known since the beginning of Christianity that it was synthesized by the Roman Piso family for the purpose of maintaining control over the masses and to placate slaves.

And, this is why we Jews are the "Chosen People" and why we have endured so much for so many years; we are witnesses to the lie.

The New Testament and all the characters in it--Jesus, all the Josephs, all the Marys, all the disciples, apostles, Paul, and John the Baptist--are all fictional.

Judaism's ethics and morality were incompatible with the hallowed Roman institution of slavery on which the aristocracy fed, lived and ruled.

They feared that Judaism would become the chief religion of the empire Repeatedly, religious-minded Judaean zealots were staging insurrections against the Herodian rulers of Judaea who were Piso's wife's relations.

Piso wished to strengthen his wife's family's control of the Judaeans. The Pisos searched for a solution to the two problems. They found it in the Jewish holy books, which were the foundation both for the rapid spread of the religion and for the zealot's refusal to be governed by Rome's puppets.

The Pisos mocked, but marveled at, the Jewish belief in their holy books. Therefore, they felt a new "Jewish" book would be the ideal method to pacify the Judaeans and strengthen their in-laws' control of the country.

This is fairly telling, because the existence of this fellow seems to be a root for many facets of this theory: Revelation says "I am the Alpha and the Omega; the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.

A general rule is that you can substitute "Arrius Piso" wherever the "Lord" is referred to in the NT. Revelation says "Here is wisdom.

Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.

Ancient Greek had no "cypher" numbers as we have today. Instead, numbers were expressed using characters from the Greek alphabet. Chi stands for , Xi for 60 and Stigma for 6.

Chi historically stood for "Christ", both because of the sound of it, and because it appeared as a Greek cross. Could the numbers and 66, put together, mean "Christ is Arrius Piso.

Another JC. He had just conquered the Jews at Masada, after which the Jews scattered to all corners of the earth. This was the infamous Diaspora.

It was a stunning if brutal victory, and Julius wanted to make the most of it. He asked Hadrian to make his son successor to the Emperor, knowing full well that if Hadrian refused, Julius would be obliged to commit suicide.

Hadrian refused. The 15th day of the 3rd month contains another clue. If you divide 15 by 3 you get three 5's.

The Roman numeral for 5 is V. Caesar was stabbed 23 times. There were exactly 23 letters in the Latin alphabet of his day. This indicates that we are to use old Latin as a cypher.

Get it? They knew people would throw themselves off the track by their need to be literal. If you take the three V's and form a triangle, and then take the three I's and form another triangle, and then overlap the two "against" each other you will form a Star of David.

This is yet another way that the number points to the Jews. Elsewhere it is said: Notice that the phrase "Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they [also] which pierced him.

He came. They saw. They pierced conquered him. It describes what happened at Zela in 47 BCE, and the assassination that followed three years later.

They saw him coming with his troops, and they pierced him 23 times as a result of it. More more undocumented creativity follows: When a Roman needed to attend to nature he or she would say something like "Time to turn water into wine.

Knowing this, can you ever again think that Jesus turning water into wine at the wedding at Capurnaum was a "miracle? More yet: In Latin the word "pistor" baker was, like the word "ippos", used by the Piso family to refer to themselves.

Could it be that when we read in the Lord's Prayer "Give us this day our daily bread. But wait, there's more: Is it a coincidence that the Piso family originated in Pontus, and there is a character in the NT named Pontius Pilate?

Pontus was an ancient country that was located on the southern coast of the Black Sea, province of Cappadocia. Did you ever wonder where the name Pontius Pilate came from?

Perhaps it was to commemorate the origins of the Piso family. One of the Piso family ancestors was named Pilatus. More: The English language is in on the conspiracy, too -- I'm not sure if this means anything, but the word fool is used exactly 66 times in the King James Bible: 57 times in the Old Testament.

The writers of the NT would have had to make up 9 uses of the word "fool" to make it come out to Curious Jesus. They inter-changed the words that they use when they say 'Lord'.

This is a big hint at what they were doing, especially when mentioned in conjunction with statements such as "the mystery of the Gospels. Julius Piso hints at what they were doing in 'Revelations' , " The 'Abba' issue.

In the New Testament, Jesus, dying on the cross, calls out to God using the word 'abba' - 'father'. And lo, and behold, we find Josephus using this same word while describing something similar in Chapter 8, verse 7, of 'Wars of the Jews'.

We find 'the Egyptian' mentioned in Acts , and also in Josephus! Not to mention the fact that being a descendant of King David, he has the blood of the Egyptian Pharaohes in him, because King Solomon David's son , was married to a Pharaoh's daughter!

Apparently God is going to hell! In Matthew Jesus says: "but whosoever shall say, Thou fool, shall be in danger of hell fire.

So, God is in danger of hell fire! This is either a joke, or an egregious error. And our reader was told of "The facade of Roman dislike of Christianity": They had to create the illusion that they were not involved in creating it, so they would not be suspected.

If the public knew the true nature of the war, they would have revolted against Rome just as the Jews did.

The facade of the idea of "Foreigners. The facade of Dynasties. They had to create the illusion that there were dynasties so that the public would never know of the perpetual rule by the same family.

Most, if not all, of these rulers were very cruel and extremely harmful to the public. If the public knew that if this were the true case, they would not have stood for it.

Illusions were created to make the public think that if, for example, someone could rise in rank in the military, he stood a chance to become Emperor!

This was a very powerful idea for people enduring so much misery. The facade of authors speaking forthrightly and honestly. Ancient authors were royals, and yet they could not say so.

By necessity, they had to lie about who they were and about much of what they said in their writings. They tried not to lie when they did not have to because they made use of devices such as disclaimers and said truthful things - in deceptive ways!

For many hundreds of years, the general public has believed these ancient authors to be who they claimed to be and as if they wrote in an honest fashion.

The facade of many different people writing. Since only the royals were doing the writing and recording of history as well as Biblical texts, it was necessary that they made it appear that more people wrote than actually were Thus, the authors played many parts and wrote using alias names to accomplish this.

Arrius Piso, for example, wrote as Flavius Josephus, as well as Philo of Alexandria in addition to writing Biblical texts! This atheist stated: The Piso theory contends numbered scrolls existed in the first century.

No such scroll have been found. No secondary documentation even exists that alludes to such scrolls. The destruction of Pompeii and Herculean in the first century AD froze a period in time.

The private libraries of at least one on the members of the inner circle was preserved. It had no numbered text. This proved to be an embarrassment to those who claimed they existed.

They know have to concoct wild scenarios where the scrolls are removed to another location, and loved ones are left behind.

Now we cannot vouch for the accuracy of this person's statements, but we do wish to note the leader's answer: What we had said about numbered scrolls chapter and verse is that the Pisos had their OWN private copies that were numbered.

And of course, the chances that those scrolls will be found is nearly zero. They were kept in private family archives for as long as they needed them to be.

The numbered copies that were produced for the King James Bible made use of those original ancient numbers which were pulled out of the original ancient texts, because it was SAFE to do so after all of those hundreds of years.

And the fact that others had made the attempt to number the biblical texts just prior to the KJV, is just red-herrings so that one could make arguments regarding the claims of anyone such as ourselves.

The plan was probably made right from the start as to just when or if numbered texts should ever be made available to the public. What you need to understand is that we are dealing with those of extreme genius.

It is necessary to think as they did in order to understand how they made this all work. The leader has the answer: You need to educate yourself to a higher level so as to be able to understand these things.

As I had said before, you are operating under illusions. You need to get beyond being trapped by those facades.

When one realizes that those who were writing and producing ancient history were in complete control of ALL that would be left to us in terms of evidence, then the threshold in terms of WHAT evidence is, changes.

And that is what you have yet to understand. WE are not in any way in control of what evidence there is. We are entirely dependent upon what evidence was deliberately left by the perpetrators themselves.

That, is the true nature of what we are dealing with in the study of ancient history. This is a broad and extremely complicated subject.

It requires genius level thought, and sage dedication to understand fully. It is nothing that can be acheived by amateurs who do not have the ability to know when they are being deceived by ancient authors by any method or means.

One final word from the lead theorist: Our work, ultimately, is the ONLY way in which humanity has any real hope of ever gaining sanity.

It is the only way in which real security for all will ever be achieved, as it effects so many other things. As I can, I have been trying to reveal this to you all for some time now in the form of various articles and subject matter.

And I will continue to do so. But I think it is also important that you know just what the ultimate goal is. It is to enable future generations to think clearly, to learn how to learn, and to know how their own minds work.

These very simple things are necessary for any person to be sane. So, our goal, via exposing the truth, is to change an insane world into a sane one.

And, that is the truth. The reality of the situation was that I was a sane person living in a world that was comprised mostly of insane people. Now, how is that for a shocker!

What a huge thing to realize. I had already known that nearly everyone was very different that I, in that they were not actively seeking the truth about life and the world in which we all live.

They, for the most part, simply accepted the illusion of reality which they saw around them. And I knew that. Which, in and of itself, was indeed alarming, but at that point, I had not yet fully understood the great impact of this, nor had I realized that this phenomenon was actually worldwide.

I did, however, realize that even people of the highest rank in our society were taken in by those illusions.

Thus when I noted that Suetonius didn't say anything about Arrius Piso killing Vitellius, we are assured: Yes, he does!

But he was using one of Arrius Piso's alias names to do so. And this, is what the author does not understand. Suetonius says, "The officer official who dispatched killed him was one Antonius Primus, a native of Toulouse, and his boyhood nickname had been Becco 'rooster's beak'.

Suetonius, 'The Twelve Caesars', Vitellius, the last paragraph. Of course, the average person would not know this or how to tell that Arrius Piso used that alias name let alone the many other alias names he used.

He used so many alias names in fact, that we have yet to discover them all. Where did he get these alias names? The leader also distances himself from the sympathetic site's bit about Julius Piso and Hadrian, and offers a replacement from the Reuchlin route: "Jesus, as a hen gathering her chickens in Matt.

It was only after the second destruction that the Jewish literature referred to both dispersions Diaspora as Gollus" Ref.

Then we are told: This leads us to the verge of discussing just HOW the authors of that time could refer to Arrius Piso without mentioning his real name; he was alluded to by using his many alias names which had their origin in his ancestry.

Here's what Suetonius says: Vitellius died at the age of fifty-six; nor did his brother and son outlive him.

The omen of the rooster at Vienne noted above had been interpreted as meaning that a Gaul would kill him - gallus is both a 'cock' and a 'Gaul'.

This proved correct: the officer official who dispatched killed him was one Antonius Primus, a native of Toulouse, and his boyhood nickname had been Becco 'rooster's beak'.

Then we are told just how far back this really goes: But the fact of the matter is that the Bible was composed by ancient royals and the family line of those royals extended back to the author of Genesis.

And that author, was a Pharaoh. He was Arrius Piso's ancestor. It was only with the publication by Cousin in of the collection entitled Ouvrages inedits d'Abelard that Abelard's philosophical work began to be studied more closely.

Cousin's collection gave extracts from the theological work Sic et Non "Yes and No" which is an assemblage of what Abelard saw as opposite opinions on doctrinal points culled from the Fathers as a basis for discussion.

The collection also includes the Dialectica, and commentaries on logical works of Aristotle, Porphyry and Boethius.

Two works published by Cousin and believed at the time to be by Abelard, the fragment De Generibus et Speciebus published in the collection , and also the psychological treatise De Intellectibus published separately by Cousin in Fragmens Philosophiques , vol.

The fascinating hypothesis of Abaelard's influence on Menasseh Ben Israel and Spinoza has been developed by Robert Menasse and first published in his essay "Enlightenment as Harmonious Strategy" edited by Versopolis in During his general audience on 4 November , Pope Benedict XVI talked about Saint Bernard of Clairvaux and Peter Abelard to illustrate differences in the monastic and scholastic approaches to theology in the 12th century.

The Pope recalled that theology is the search for a rational understanding if possible of the mysteries of Christian revelation , which is believed through faith — faith that seeks intelligibility fides quaerens intellectum.

But St. Bernard, a representative of monastic theology, emphasized "faith" whereas Abelard, who is a scholastic, stressed "understanding through reason".

For Bernard, faith is based on the testimony of Scripture and on the teaching of the Fathers of the Church.

Thus, Bernard found it difficult to agree with Abelard and, in a more general way, with those who would subject the truths of faith to the critical examination of reason — an examination which, in his opinion, posed a grave danger: intellectualism , the relativizing of truth, and the questioning of the truths of faith themselves.

Theology for Bernard could be nourished only in contemplative prayer , by the affective union of the heart and mind with God, with only one purpose: to promote the living, intimate experience of God; an aid to loving God ever more and ever better.

According to Pope Benedict XVI, an excessive use of philosophy rendered Abelard's doctrine of the Trinity dangerously fragile and, thus, his idea of God.

In the field of morals, his teaching was vague, as he insisted on considering the intention of the subject as the only basis for describing the goodness or evil of moral acts, thereby ignoring the objective meaning and moral value of the acts, resulting in a dangerous subjectivism.

But the Pope recognized the great achievements of Abelard, who made a decisive contribution to the development of scholastic theology, which eventually expressed itself in a more mature and fruitful way during the following century.

And some of Abelard's insights should not be underestimated, for example, his affirmation that non-Christian religious traditions already contain some form of preparation for welcoming Christ.

Pope Benedict XVI concluded that Bernard's "theology of the heart" and Abelard's "theology of reason" represent the importance of healthy theological discussion and humble obedience to the authority of the Church, especially when the questions being debated have not been defined by the magisterium.

Bernard, and even Abelard himself, always recognized without any hesitation the authority of the magisterium.

Abelard showed humility in acknowledging his errors, and Bernard exercised great benevolence. The Pope emphasized, in the field of theology, there should be a balance between architectonic principles, which are given through Revelation and which always maintain their primary importance, and the interpretative principles proposed by philosophy that is, by reason , which have an important function, but only as a tool.

When the balance breaks down, theological reflection runs the risk of becoming marred by error; it is then up to the magisterium to exercise the needed service to truth, for which it is responsible.

There are brief and factual references to their relationship by 12th-century writers including William Godel and Walter Map. It seems unlikely, however, that the letters were widely known in this period.

Rather, the earliest manuscripts of the letters are dated to the late 13th century. Their story does not appear to have been widely known in the later Middle Ages, either.

There is no mention of the couple in Dante ; Chaucer makes a very brief reference in the Wife of Bath's Prologue lines —8 , but no more.

One of the first people to show a deeper interest in the couple appears to have been Petrarch , who owned an early 14th-century manuscript of the couple's letters.

The first publication of the letters, in Latin, was in Paris in , simultaneously in two editions. These editions gave rise to numerous translations of the letters into European languages — and consequent 18th- and 19th-century interest in the story of the medieval lovers.

At this time, they were effectively revered as romantic saints; for some, they were forerunners of modernity, at odds with the ecclesiastical and monastic structures of their day and to be celebrated more for rejecting the traditions of the past than for any particular intellectual achievement.

Then, in , Victor Cousin published Petri Abaelardi opera , in part based on the two Paris editions of but also based on the reading of four manuscripts; this became the standard edition of the letters.

Critical editions of the Historia Calamitatum and the letters were subsequently published in the s and s. At various times in the past two hundred years, it has been suggested that not all the letters are genuine.

Questions were first raised in by Ignaz Fessler, and were renewed by J. Orelli in and Ludovic Lalanne in , who all suggested that the letters might simply be a literary fiction.

Doubts were raised at intervals in the succeeding decades. More recently, John Benton hypothesised in that the entire letter collection might have been forged in the late 13th century, or by Abelard himself a position Benton had reverted to by In the aftermath of reaction to Benton's thought, though, scholars have become more confident in asserting the genuine nature of the letters.

Abelard was also long known as an important poet and composer. This hymnbook, written after , differed from contemporary hymnals, such as that of Bernard of Clairvaux , in that Abelard used completely new and homogeneous material.

The songs were grouped by metre, which meant that it was possible to use comparatively few melodies. Only one melody from this hymnal survives, O quanta qualia.

Abelard also wrote six biblical planctus laments :. In surviving manuscripts these pieces have been notated in diastematic neumes which resist reliable transcription.

Only Planctus VI was fixed in square notation. Planctus as genre influenced the subsequent development of the lai , a song form that flourished in northern Europe in the 13th and 14th centuries.

Melodies that have survived have been praised as "flexible, expressive melodies [that] show an elegance and technical adroitness that are very similar to the qualities that have been long admired in Abelard's poetry.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Abelard disambiguation. Le Pallet near Nantes , France. Aristotle , Porphyry , Boethius.

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Editing help is available. August August Learn how and when to remove this template message. A 'Petrus Astralabius' is recorded at the Cathedral of Nantes in , and the same name appears at the Cistercian abbey at Hauterive in what is now Switzerland, but it is uncertain whether this is the same man.

However, Astrolabe is recorded as dying at Paraclete on 29 or 30 October, year unknown, appearing in the necrology as "Petrus Astralabius magistri nostri Petri filius".

See Radice , trans. Denny , The Nonviolent Atonement , Wm. Zalta ed. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Retrieved 10 October This source has a detailed description of his philosophical work.

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Now, how is that for a shocker! The English language is in on the conspiracy, too Great to see you about. Then we are told just how far back this really goes: No secondary documentation even exists that alludes to such scrolls.

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Subho MAYA means illusion. And the fact that others had made the attempt to number the biblical texts just prior to the KJV, is just red-herrings so that one could make arguments regarding the claims of anyone such as ourselves.

The Piso reuchlih contends numbered scrolls existed in the first century. They have doubted the Jesus story; but there were no answers available for their questions.

I did actually write it down, but many of my notes abeladr destroyed. Thirdly, our Arab cousins have seized upon the world-wide negative image of the Jews to likewise manipulate for power.

Many Christians as well as Jews have wondered at this continued manipulation of hatred. Christians have also wondered at just why the Jews did reject Jesus.

They have doubted the Jesus story; but there were no answers available for their questions. Many have been clearly pleased to obtain and read this explanation.

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The True Authorship of the New Testament. The Jewish Joseph of Genesis 12 brothers Spices on the camels Joseph flees without his cloak from Potiphar's wife Joseph was sold for 20 pieces of silver Brother Judah suggests the sale Background was Egypt, bondage and slaying of the first-born Miriam is sister of Moses, whose story is sequel to that of Joseph.

The second Joseph Jesus 12 disciples Spices with the Magi The young disciple flees without his cloak when Jesus is arrested Jesus is sold for 30 pieces of silver Judas sells Jesus Background was flight to Egypt to avoid Herod's slaying of the male children Mt.

From The Writings of Josephus: 1. At "about fourteen years of age," he Josephus was commanded by all for the love I had to learning Vita 9 2. During this time, before his purported surrender to the Romans, "I was now about thirty years old" Vita 80 5.

Josephus' quarters were in a Galilean village named Cana Vita 86 6. Josephus told his friends that "in three days time" he would "quit the district and go home" Vita 7.

Jesus, chief magistrate of Tiberias, accuses Josephus of embezzling 20 pieces of gold Vita They laid hands on him and attempted to kill him Vita 8.

Josephus notices three of his acquaintances had been crucified, so he entreats Titus to take them down; two of them die but one recovers Vita From The Gospels: 1.

When Jesus was twelve years old his parents found him after three days in the Temple conversing with the teachers Mat 2.

Jesus appoints and sends out 12 apostles to preach and heal Mat. Jesus appointed 70 others and sent them ahead of him Luke Jesus commenced his ministry when he was 30 years of age Luke 3.

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