He is mainly known for his controversial theory that statesman Gaius Julius Caesar was the historical Jesus, that the Gospel is a rewriting of Roman historical sources, and that Christianity developed from the cult of the deified Caesar. His mother Margherita Miola was a dressmaker from a family of farmers. His father Rodolfo b. Instead he studied at a technical college for a diploma as Perito Industriale Capotecnico in technical chemistry. After he studied polemology in Strasbourg, while teaching philosophy in Mulhouse.
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People and places have the same function in both stories: Pompey is the political godfather of Caesar and competes with him in the same way John the Baptist does with Jesus. Octavian is the young Caesar, his posthumously adopted son. John is adopted by Jesus as he is dying on the cross. Nicomedes of Bithynia was said to have had nightly meetings with Caesar as did Nicodemus of Bethany with Jesus.
Cleopatra had a special relationship with Caesar as did Mary Magdalene with Jesus. Caesar comes from Gaul, in the north, at the beginning of the Civil War, while Jesus also comes from the north, Galilee, at the beginning of his public life. Corfinium is the first city Caesar occupies and Cafarnaum is the first city Jesus enters. Rome is the capital, where Caesar first triumphs and later is assassinated.
Jerusalem is the city where Jesus is celebrated on Palm Sunday and later put to death. An additional confirmation is that the words as well as actions of Caesar and Jesus reoccur in the same place and in the same sequence, while preserving the same chronology.
The sequence inversion in the 4th and 5th example is not relevant because their position in Mark is only hypothetically determined by John who is known for not taking chronology too exactly even so, both quotes are closely aligned There is an easily recognized pattern: the miraculous victories of Caesar become the victorious miracles of Jesus.
What emerges from the comparison is the fact that no matter what the comparison the same structures and sequences are found and differences are reduced to the simple mix up of letters. What really changes is the perception. The proximity of languages offered a convenient breeding ground for this change with the Latin of the colonies slowly giving way to the Greek of the surroundings with occasional emergence of the Aramaic substratum. The political changes which occurred with Vespasian and Titus after the Jewish war, such as the necessity of integrating Jews into the empire, led to the development of a cult and texts ad usum Iudaeorum: Divus Julius became the Messiah.
Adding quotes from the Biblia Iudaica, which replaced the classical one, helped to make the most Roman of all histories a Jewish story. The fact that the Church always claimed that St.
RESULT: The century long debate as to whether the Gospels are history or literature, a product of tradition or editing, is traced back to objective and verifiable proofs and proven. The question as to whether Jesus was actually a historical figure is also solved: Jesus is the historically transmitted figure of Divus Julius.
People and places have the same function in both stories: Pompey is the political godfather of Caesar and competes with him in the same way John the Baptist does with Jesus. Octavian is the young Caesar, his posthumously adopted son. John is adopted by Jesus as he is dying on the cross. Nicomedes of Bithynia was said to have had nightly meetings with Caesar as did Nicodemus of Bethany with Jesus. Cleopatra had a special relationship with Caesar as did Mary Magdalene with Jesus.
Francesco Carotta Explained
This theory is generally ignored in academic circles. Biography Francesco Carotta was born in in Veneto, Italy. Carotta studied philosophy in France and linguistics in Germany. In the s he was active as a writer in the cultural-political movements in Frankfurt , Bologna and Rome.
Hij poneerde deze stelling voor het eerst in twee publicaties bij zijn eigen uitgeverij in en Vervolgens beschreef hij zijn bevindingen in twee Duitse krantenartikelen: de Stadtzeitung van Freiburg april en die tageszeitung uit Berlijn december Reacties[ bewerken brontekst bewerken ] Na een eerste positieve bespreking in de uitzending van Buitenhof van 1 december  noemde rechtsgeleerde, humanist en publicist Paul Cliteur het boek in de uitzending van NOVA van 23 december een "ontdekking die gelijkstaat aan de denkbeelden van Darwin en Galileo en die de hele cultuurgeschiedenis omver gooit". Volgens nieuwtestamenticus Henk Jan de Jonge staat er in het boek "niets dan klinkklare nonsens, ongefundeerde speculaties op basis van toevallige overeenkomsten tussen de weergaven van het leven van Julius Caesar en Jezus". Carotta stelt ons constant voor nieuwe complicaties, die dan weer nieuwe hypothesen vereisen. Vroeger, schrijft ze, werden Caesar en Jezus met elkaar vergeleken om de opmars van de christelijke heilsleer of het droit divin te ondersteunen. Tegenwoordig worden de parallellen juist getrokken om de goddelijkheid en de historiciteit van Jezus te ondermijnen.