The Greatest Lie Ever Told
The portrayal of Christ as Caucasian with blonde hair and blue eyes is the biggest hoax ever perpetrated on mankind. This cover-up is so elaborate yet so obvious that we completely overlook it. In the four gospels of the New Testament, a total of eighty-nine chapters which are all about the life and times of the Messiah, there is not one single physical description of the Messiah. That is like watching an epic mini-series for ten straight nights and never knowing what the main character looks like! And as there are no descriptions anywhere in the four gospels, how is it that Christ is miraculously white? Even the dove representing the Holy Spirit is miraculously white, although there are some forty or more species of doves.
The every first book of the New Testament is the Book of Matthew, written by the Apostle Matthew. It is common knowledge that Matthew was a tax collector, so we know for sure that he was a “details man.” As Matthew, “the details man,” paints the picture of the greatest person to ever walk on the face of the earth, his master and teacher, The Messiah; isn’t is strange there is no physical description? Although the New Testament was almost completely white-washed, the great Book of Revelation gives us a vivid description of Christ's glorified body after the crucifixion, as having hair like wool and skin of brass.
His head and hair were white like wool, as white as snow, and his eyes were like blazing fire. His feet were like unto fine brass glowing in a furnace, and his voice was like the sound of rushing waters. Revelation 1:14-15
What did Yahshua Christ look like before the resurrection, when He walked the earth with His disciples opening blinded eyes, raising the dead, and healing the sick? Although blotted out of the New Testament, we can find the physical description of the Christ in prophecies in the Old Testament because He is the Ancient One of Old; and before everything...He was! We can look to King Solomon, who authored the Song of Solomon, for our answers. King Solomon gave the description of Yahshua Christ in the Song of Solomon.
I was compelled to do an in-depth research on the Song of Solomon because the Song of Solomon was always a query to me. In the very middle of the Holy Bible there are these almost sensual love letters and I was intrigued by some of the adjectives therein. As King Solomon was the author of the Song of Solomon, most of us mistakenly think the love letters were written to, or about the Queen of Sheba. My research on the Song of Solomon revealed the name of the book comes from the first verse of the text.
The Song of Songs, which is Solomon's. Song of Solomon 1:1
Originally the book was called Song of Songs, and later changed to Song of Solomon. Martin Luther called it “das Hohelied” (the high song), while the Zohar refers to the Song of Songs as the Holy of Holies.
The Song of Songs is a Hebrew superlative speaking to the greatness of the song, similar to the lord of lords, the king of kings, or holy of holies.
Heaven forbid that any man in Israel ever disputed that the Song of Songs is holy. For the whole world is not worth the day on which the Song of Songs was given to Israel, for all the Writings are holy and the Song of Songs is holy of holies. Mishnah Yadayim 3:5
This Scripture confirms that the Zohar considers the Song of Songs as the Holy of Holies:
The day that this praise was revealed to the world was found completed in everything and so “THE SONG OF SONGS” is considered the Holy of Holies. Zohar - Volume 11, Section 31:316
Based on the previous Scriptures, the Song of Solomon is sacred. It is a Messianic text meaning of, or about the Messiah. Therefore, in the Song of Solomon, the lover is interpreted as the Messiah. In the very first chapter of the Song, King Solomon announces Christ's name and gives the physical description so that there is no mistake that the Song is referring to Yahshua. The term Christ means “Anointed One,” and anointing means the pouring on of oil (perfume). When we say Yahshua Christ, we are saying Yahshua the “Anointed One.”
The Scriptures confirm the name and description of the lover in the Song of Solomon.
Let Him kiss me with His mouth. Song of Solomon 1:2
(King Solomon lets us know the lover is male)
Your anointing oils are fragrant, your name is oil poured forth; therefore the virgins love you. Song of Solomon 1:3
(King Solomon states the name of the lover is “Oil poured forth”)
As stated previously, anointing means oil poured fourth. Therefore the name of the lover is “Anointed One,” Who is The Christ.
This Scripture confirms that Christ is the Anointed One:
And it came to pass that after these things Achee beheld that heaven was silent for the space of a time. And one of the Watchers of the Presence who was standing by said to him, “The Son of Yahweh is called Messiah because He was anointed to be loved by all men in the stead of Yahweh when men grope to find their way. And He is thus called Messiah which name means The Anointed One.” 2 Achee 3:50
These Scriptures confirm that Christ was not white, as He spoke these words:
“Black am I, and beautiful, O daughters of Jerusalem, black like the tents of Kedar, like the tent curtains of Solomon. Do not stare at me because My complexion is dark, because I am darkened by the sun.” Song of Solomon 1:5-6
(Christ “The Anointed One,” describes Himself as BLACK and Beautiful)
“I am the rose of Sharon, the lily of the valley. As the lily among thorns, so is My love among the daughters.” Song of Solomon 2:1-2
(The lover further identifies Himself as “The Lily of the Valley,” and everyone knows Christ is the Lily of the Valley)
These Scriptures, surrounding the death of holy Mother Mary, confirm that Christ was the person speaking in Song of Solomon 2:1-2:
And when the Lord’s Day came, at the third hour, just as the Holy Spirit descended upon the apostles in a cloud, so Christ descended with a multitude of angels and received the soul of His beloved mother. For there was such splendor and perfume of sweetness and angels singing the songs of songs (Song of Solomon 2:2) where the Lord says, “As a lily among thorns, so is My love among the daughters;” that all who were there present fell on their faces as the apostles fell when Christ transfigured Himself before them on Mount Thabor, and for a whole hour and a half no one was able to rise.
Passing of Mary 592-59
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