Throughout the history of Christianity there have been those

claiming a monumental secret. Often centered around the

Church of St. Sulpice in Paris and associated with French

esoteric circles, like the painter Pousin, and  revealed in this

letter sent by Louis Fouquet to his brother Nicholas Fouquet,

(Head of Finance) after a meeting in Rome with the artist.

‘He and I discussed certain things, which I shall with ease be able

to explain to you in detail – things which will give you, through

Monsieur Poussin, advantages which even kings would have great

pains to draw from him, and which, according to him, it is possible

that nobody else will ever rediscover in the centuries to come.’

On his return Fouquet was arrested and imprisoned and held

strictly incommunicado for the rest of his life. But the esoteric

composer, Claude Debussy revealed one element of the secret

when he wrote in a review:

 “Perhaps it’s to destroy that scandalous legend that

Jesus Christ died on the cross.”


This weird idea is actually easy to verify by the timeline below.

But even more startling is the other knowledge uncovered about

the belief of these esoteric circles concerning an extraordinary

self-mutilation, which Origen Adamantius underwent and

reported by Eusebius of Caesarea in his Histories:


‘While Origen was conducting catechetical instruction at Alexandria,

a deed was done by him, which gave the highest proof of faith.

For he took the words: ‘There are eunuchs who have made them-

selves eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven’s sake’, (Mat 19:12)

And in order to fulfill the Savior’s word, he carried out in action

the word of the Savior.’

This is alleged to parallel events carried out by Arimathea in the

tomb as his relics reveal: a cup to catch the blood, a sponge and

a reed to keep open the urethra. In 1117 the same year as the

formation of the Knights Templars, another insider, Peter Abelard

was famously operated on by Fulbert, the Canon of Notre Dame,

in a secret room, to also become semi-Angelic. These are not the

only occult secrets to be revealed in the book and are not the

most startling. But to understand the true story of Jesus and

certain occult features of the Parisian Church of St Sulpice and

the one at Rennes-le-Chateaux these secrets are essential.


As these claims are so extreme we are forced to reveal here

the timeline, the evidence for which is presented in the book.

Aligning the writings of the Jewish historian, Josephus, with

known dates of events in Rome, the book discerns glaring

inconsistencies in the Bible story of the crucifixion. And from

this is produced this extraordinary timeline that proves that

Pontius Pilate could not have been involved in any way in

the Crucifixion of Jesus. Simply the timeline shows a direct

relationship between the death of John the Baptist in 34 AD

and the death of the Emperor Tiberius in March of 37 AD.


AD 26    -  Pilate arrives in Judea. [date confirmed]

AD 34    -  Herod’s brother Philip dies. [confirmed]

AD 34    -  Herod divorces his first wife who returns to her

                 father King Aretas of Petra.  

AD 34/35 Herod now marries Philips’ ex-wife Herodias.

AD 34/35 The Baptist complains about this marriage.  

AD 34/35 Herod arrests the Baptist.  

AD.35   -  Lucius Vitellius becomes legate of Syria. [confirmed]

AD 35    - Herod kills the Baptist.  

AD 35/36 Insulted King Aretas goes to war and wipes out

                Herod’s army.  [confirmed] 

AD 36   – Josephus writes the Jews thought the defeat was God’s 

               revenge for the killing of John the Baptist. [confirmed]

AD 36   - Vitellius sacks Pontius Pilate who leaves Judea [confirmed] 

AD 36   – Tiberius instructs Vitellius to take revenge on Aretas

               for the Herodian war.

AD 37  –  Vitllius sets out to attack.

AD 37  -  Tiberius dies (16th March) [confirmed]

AD 37  -  Vitellius stops attack when news arrives of Tiberius

                death and waits for instructions from Caligula. [confirmed]

AD 37   - Vitellius arrives back in Jerusalem to be welcomed by cheering

               crowds; he then cancels taxes and allows the Judean Priests

               custody over their own vestments, giving a period of peace.


AD 37    - In this period of peace Jesus practices his mission. 

AD 38    - Jesus is killed.


This is confirmed with information from Roman history, the Bible

and snippets from Josephus’ second book ‘Antiquities’ which is a

general history of the Jews. But the proof that this timeline is

accurate can be gleaned, by a simple examination of these events

in Josephus’ first book, ‘The Jewish War’ which covers only this

important  period of the lead up to the war with Rome.

But what do we find?



No description of the destruction of Herod’s army, no mention of the Baptist and more extraordinarily, no mention of the important Legate

of Syria, Lucius Vitellius, who played a vital role in this period of Jewish

history and whose son became Emperor of Rome. No mention of him

at all in the whole book. In fact there is a twenty year gap in the book.

As these are vital events to the build up to the war there can only be one reason for their absence. Christians have cut them out because the full explanation would only confirm this Timeline, that totally undermine the Gospel story by having John the Baptist still alive three years after the supposed crucifixion of Jesus by Pilate. There can be no other reason.


Additionally, Doyle uses his professional work as the editor

on the film ‘Monty Python’s Life of Brian,’ to examine the practicality

of crucifixion. He claims, “When we attempted to crucify the Pythons,

for the musical ending of the film, we realized it was impossible!”



The facts are undeniable, the evidence is compelling

but the conclusions are truly astonishing

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