NEW evidence has unearthed from a cave of who Jesus Christ really was and the findings will shock you.
Lead tablets found in Jordan showing the earliest portrait of the religious figure have been proved as over 2,000 years old, according to experts. It’s being dubbed the most important finding since the Dead Sea Scrolls which are early manuscripts of the Bible.
The metal “pages”, held together like a ring binder, make reference to Christ and his disciples.
But they suggest Jesus was not starting his own religion, but restoring a thousand-year-old tradition from the time of King David.
And the God he worshipped was both male and female.
The books also contain an image of Jesus himself
High-tech tests conducted by Prof Roger Webb and Prof Chris Jeynes at the University of Surrey’s Nodus Laboratory at the Ion Beam Centre, confirm the book is around 2,000 years old.
The books suggest Jesus was part of a Hebrew sect dating back 1,000 years to King David.
This comes as Jesus Christ’s tomb was opened for the first time with a shock discovery inside.
Owner David Elkington, 54, of Gloucestershire said: “Jesus was seeking to restore the Temple. To put back that which had been lost in the reforms that came before his time.
“A part of the older tradition of the Temple was the Divine Feminine – known to Christians as the Holy Spirit. Jesus had women involved in his ministry. “At the height of his ministry, the gospels tell us that Jesus challenged the moneychangers in the temple. The codices appear to reveal what happened afterwards – a chapter missing from the gospels.
“It would appear that Christianity was founded upon what Jesus did in the temple: a place where many Jews believed God actually resided. Jesus went into the Temple to renew a covenant with God.”