“Did Jesus exist? What was his real name?” a heavily criticized, controversial documentary on Amazon Prime asks. It claims that Jesus Christ of the Bible has been confused with a Greek philosopher who lived around the same time.
The Amazon documentary, “Bible Conspiracies,” claims Jesus’ life and miracles documented in the New Testament may have been mistaken for Apollonius of Tyan, a Greek philosopher, who was born on Dec. 25 in the third or fourth year B.C.E. in Central Anatolia to a virgin.
“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 claims. “He soon became a reformer and fixed his abode in the Temple of Aesculapius.”
“He reportedly restored life to the dead and spoke of things beyond the human reach. And, unlike Jesus, there is evidence to prove that Apollonius actually existed,” the documentary claims.
The documentary claims Jesus married Mary Magdalene at the wedding feast in Cana and the two had children, and questions if Bethlehem — Jesus’ birthplace — even existed at the time. Instead, it claims Jesus actually plotted his own death and was seeking to start a new religion.
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