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Evidence shows the New Testament texts were not written by simple, non-royal subjects, but instead were created by extremely well-educated, royal Romans. In Piso Christ, author Roman Piso, with Jay Gallus, presents a new perspective to show that the creation of Christianity has different origins than previously taught. Through this collection of essays and articles, Piso s Evidence shows the New Testament texts were not written by simple, non-royal subjects, but instead were created by extremely well-educated, royal Romans. In Piso Christ, author Roman Piso, with Jay Gallus, presents a new perspective to show that the creation of Christianity has different origins than previously taught. Through this collection of essays and articles, Piso shows that only a few individuals invented and built the Christian religion, and these same individuals authored the New Testament of the Christian Bible. Piso Christ addresses the issues of how these few people wielded that much power and how they were able to succeed. In this new book, Piso contends that the royalty wanted to protect their centuries-old institution of slavery upon which the empire functioned, lived, fed, and gained wealth. The royal people understood that knowledge was power and, therefore, did what they could to keep the masses ignorant and superstitious. Through research, Piso Christ shows that the god concept did not originate in what is represented in the Bible. It demonstrates how millions of people are being misled into accepting the concept of a god and how they live in fear of an unnatural belief.


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Evidence shows the New Testament texts were not written by simple, non-royal subjects, but instead were created by extremely well-educated, royal Romans. In Piso Christ, author Roman Piso, with Jay Gallus, presents a new perspective to show that the creation of Christianity has different origins than previously taught. Through this collection of essays and articles, Piso s Evidence shows the New Testament texts were not written by simple, non-royal subjects, but instead were created by extremely well-educated, royal Romans. In Piso Christ, author Roman Piso, with Jay Gallus, presents a new perspective to show that the creation of Christianity has different origins than previously taught. Through this collection of essays and articles, Piso shows that only a few individuals invented and built the Christian religion, and these same individuals authored the New Testament of the Christian Bible. Piso Christ addresses the issues of how these few people wielded that much power and how they were able to succeed. In this new book, Piso contends that the royalty wanted to protect their centuries-old institution of slavery upon which the empire functioned, lived, fed, and gained wealth. The royal people understood that knowledge was power and, therefore, did what they could to keep the masses ignorant and superstitious. Through research, Piso Christ shows that the god concept did not originate in what is represented in the Bible. It demonstrates how millions of people are being misled into accepting the concept of a god and how they live in fear of an unnatural belief.

39 review for Piso Christ: A Book of the New Classical Scholarship

  1. 5 out of 5

    Harold Holland

    Piso Christ: A Book of the New Classical Scholarship Piso Christ: A Book of the New Classical Scholarship

  2. 5 out of 5

    Roman Piso

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Hello, I am Roman Piso (founder of the NCS), the author of the book Piso Christ. Jay Gallus and I have been trying to educate & inform the public to our findings regarding the creation of Christianity during a time of war by the Roman Piso family. Piso Christ is one of several that I have written on the subject of ancient history & religion. The book will give the reader a much better idea of what was going on during the time when Christianity was being created & will introduce you to many of the Hello, I am Roman Piso (founder of the NCS), the author of the book Piso Christ. Jay Gallus and I have been trying to educate & inform the public to our findings regarding the creation of Christianity during a time of war by the Roman Piso family. Piso Christ is one of several that I have written on the subject of ancient history & religion. The book will give the reader a much better idea of what was going on during the time when Christianity was being created & will introduce you to many of the people who lived during that time; as well as what their motives were (gives many references). Any true historian must also be a great detective and here you will find much of what we have uncovered. To help people who want to learn the truth about the creation of Christianity we have posted a great deal of information in various places throughout the Internet. In Facebook and on Twitter, I have given many links that will help you to find that information (see The Piso Project Page and Group). Thank you, and I hope that you will join us on the journey towards truth and understanding. Yours truly, Roman Article: Arrius Calpurnius Piso Created Christianity by Roman Piso

  3. 5 out of 5

    Emanuela Davis

    It made a lot of sense, finally I understood how they went about doing what they did. This may very well be the most important book in history. And a part of the reason for that is that it actually contains the keys to understanding all of history that has never been known to anyone but royals who could read the Royal Language that non-royals never knew existed. It opened up a whole new world in research for me. It is an incredible read and I urge every one to read it, you will be surprised at h It made a lot of sense, finally I understood how they went about doing what they did. This may very well be the most important book in history. And a part of the reason for that is that it actually contains the keys to understanding all of history that has never been known to anyone but royals who could read the Royal Language that non-royals never knew existed. It opened up a whole new world in research for me. It is an incredible read and I urge every one to read it, you will be surprised at how they fooled the world and how we are still slaves to these people, through the religion they started.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Karen Wickham

    I had high hopes for this book. I'm an atheist but have always had a fascination for who wrote the gospels and why. However I found this book very disappointing. The initial chapters are off-putting as they keep repeating that the authors are frightened there might be attempts on their lives from organisations that want this information suppressed. I'm assuming Roman Piso is an alias. It all comes across as a little conspiracy theory crazy. And that's before getting into the book proper. The first I had high hopes for this book. I'm an atheist but have always had a fascination for who wrote the gospels and why. However I found this book very disappointing. The initial chapters are off-putting as they keep repeating that the authors are frightened there might be attempts on their lives from organisations that want this information suppressed. I'm assuming Roman Piso is an alias. It all comes across as a little conspiracy theory crazy. And that's before getting into the book proper. The first chapter that offers up any information on the actual subject in very short order tells the reader that Arrius Piso was actually Flavius Josephus along with a host of other names. How many aliases can one man have?! None of these claims is backed up. At all. There might be something in the bibliography, but reading this on kindle it's not easy to switch back and forth between text and sources. It would be nice though if these claims could have their sources listed alongside the claim itself rather than just taking them as read. I persevered with this book, and wish I had my time back. Although source materials are listed at the back of the book, most of the content of the book itself comes across as opinion. Claims are made and little attempt is made to back up the rationale behind these claims. A lot of them seem to come from the meanings of some Greek words. For instance, in several places we're told that references to the word "beast" in the bible actually refer to Arrius Piso because horses are beasts and the Greek word for horse is "ippos" which has the same letters as the word Piso. I mean really! Is this meant to be convincing? The authors also claim to know the motivations for the writers of the gospels, again with no justification. And to top all that there's a big section in the middle of the book which talks about how the bible is full of secret profane references. Again this comes across as wildly speculative opinion rather than fact as no attempt is made to validate these claims.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mike Dhans

    Eye opening!

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    Rabbi Yitzchok Dubovick

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