The documentary argues that Jesus' life, miracles, and origins were greatly mistaken.
A documentary available on Amazon Prime titled ‘Bible Conspiracies‘ has made controversial claims suggesting that Jesus Christ was not Jewish but a Greek philosopher called Apollonius of Tyana. The documentary, distributed by Worldwide Multimedia, has raised great controversy with its claims, sparing reactions worldwide. The Documentary tells us that everything we thought we knew about Jesus should be reconsidered and that Christ was, in fact, a Greek Philosopher who lived in Anatolia.
The documentary argues that Jesus’ life, miracles, and origins were greatly mistaken. “He became a disciple of Pythagoras, renouncing flesh, wine, and women. He wore no shoes and let his hair and beard grow long,” the documentary argues. “He soon became a reformer and fixed his abode in the Temple of Aesculapius.” The documentary tells us that the teachings of the man known as Apollonius of Tyana cannot be proven since his own writings have not survived the test of time. The documentary suggests that our only sources about him are ancient texts dated decades after his death. And these writings precisely tell us that Apollonius was a contemporary of Jesus.
Apollonius is said to have taught his followers about the importance of spirituality. He is also said to have the ability to raise people from the dead. The documentary suggests that after Apollonius died, he was taken to heaven. The controversial documentary also suggests that Apollonius’ existence can be proven, unlike that of Jesus. “He reportedly restored life to the dead and spoke of things beyond human reach. And, unlike Jesus, there is evidence to prove that Apollonius actually existed,” the documentary claims.
The controversial documentary has a 42-star rating from possible five stars. And in addition to speaking about the life of Jesus and his supposed ‘true identity,’ the controversial documentary also mentions the destruction of the tower of Babel by an alien race called the Anunnaki. It also mentions the hidden code that holds the revelation about future events. A short review? A nice documentary with little to no evidence to back up any claims.
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