Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Bosnian Pyramids, Ancient Texts & Discoveries
Historian Glenn Kimball discussed various topics related to ancient texts, Jesus, the Middle East and pyramids. He claimed that Jesus was actually a stone mason rather than a carpenter and that he traveled to America before the crucifixion. "We've lost sight of the history of our own continent," commented Kimball, who believes that the Ark of the Covenant may actually reside in Arkansas. Ancient trade routes were far more extensive than what is generally realized, he added.
While finding the Gospel of Judas to be an authentic ancient text, he does not view its information as being completely accurate. Jesus told Judas he would betray him because Jesus had the gift of seeing into the future, not because Jesus requested that Judas do this, Kimball explained. He also shared that Da Vinci had access to the Vatican's library and gleaned some of his futuristic ideas from reading suppressed prophetic writings.
The Bosnia pyramid, which is taller than the Great Pyramid at Giza, is a man-made structure, Kimball believes, and he noted that it's grouped with two other pyramids-- a triadic combination that can be seen with pyramids in Mexico, Peru and Egypt. He also announced the opening of the Kimball College, where students can explore his research further.
Glenn Kimball has a B.A. in Journalism and an M.A. in Communications. In addition he has successfully completed all course work for a Ph.D. in Communications and passed his doctoral exams, lacking his dissertation. He was the former president of International Exchange School and vice president of two cellular phone companies. Glenn has taught school at Southern Illinois University and was ranked by student evaluations in the top ten instructors at the university. He has been collecting ancient texts since the age of fifteen and is famous for being able to integrate very diverse texts into a contiguous story line.
Due to the censorship of time and doubt, most of the documents and oral stories chronicling the early life of Jesus were destroyed, lost, or forgotten. After 25 years of research, during which Kimball visited museums, Indian tribes, medicine men, and universities, he assembled some of the missing links and unsolved mysteries of Christianity.
The Bosnian pyramids are a cluster of natural geological formations known as flatirons near the Bosnian town of Visoko, northwest of Sarajevo. The hill named Visočica became the focus of international attention in October 2005 following a news-media campaign promoting the idea that they are human-made and the largest ancient
The Gospel of Judas is a Gnostic gospel whose content consists of conversations between the Apostle Judas Iscariot and Jesus Christ.
It is believed to have been written by Gnostic followers of Jesus, rather than by Judas himself, and, since it contains late 2nd century theology, probably dates from no earlier than the 2nd century. In 180 AD, Irenaeus, the Bishop of Lyons, wrote a document in which he railed against this gospel, indicating the book was already in circulation. The only copy of the Gospel of Judas known to exist is a Coptic language text that has been carbon dated to AD 280, plus or minus 60 years. It has been suggested that the text derives from an earlier Greek version. A translation of the text was first published in early 2006 by the National Geographic Society.