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Paulina's Promise to her Grandfather, Jesus


Tamar-Phoebe is Jesus' daughter. Mary Magdalene was pregnant with Jesus' child when he was on the cross. Phoebe marrries Paul. Mary Magdalene's mother is the Syro-Phoenician woman. So many events in the New Testament can be understood by the family relationships of Jesus. For instance Simon Magus was a Zealot and when he was punished with excommunication for a failed demonstration that ended in a riot, Jesus did not want to get involved because he has against violence, but his mother-in-law Martha (Helena) insisted that he raise Lazarus (Simon Magus, his father-in-law) from this symbolic death. He hesitated hoping that Jonathan Annas would do it, but in the end he came. It was this act that made the High Priest Caiaphas single him out for death. So in the end he was crucified because of the family!

The SyroPhoenician woman was his mother-in-law Helena asking Jesus to marry her daughter Mary Magdalene. The Samaritan Woman at the Well was Helena asking Jesus to be part of his father-in-law's coup against John the Baptist. Jairus' daughter was Mary Magdalene at her Bat Mitzvah. The Menstruous Woman was Helena, abstaining from sex since her daughter's birth. In fact the brazened request to Jesus to give James and John special privileges was because Helena was the step-mother of James and John, having adopted them. In fact it was the royal blood of James and John which accounted for Christianity being allowed in Rome, until Nero.

The other amazing discovery is that Phoebe, Jesus' daughter married Paul. Thus it can be understood why it is that Jesus, after he survived the Crucifixion, was able to be so close to such a strong-willed man and how Jesus and Paul were able to set up rules for the Church to include Gentiles even though Paul was initially ready to kill Christians or breaking Jewish law.

Yet another amazing discovery is that Paul who was Saul is the son of Herod Antipas, the son of Herod the Great, by his first wife Phasaelis who was the daughter of King Aretas IV of the Nabataeans and his queen Chuldu. This is revealed in Acts 23:16 which mentions "Paul's sister's son". His step-sister is Salome, the daughter of Herodias, Herod Antipas' second wife. The son referred there is Timothy (Herod), his nephew. His other nephews by Salome are Tychicus (Agrippa) and Trophimus (Aristobulus) in Acts 21:29. This explains why the Christian Church joined with the Herodian Church because Paul was Herodian.

Here is the genealogy map of all the relatives with their multiple names.

(Since each son of Mary and Joseph was required to be conceived six years apart (7 year interval) we can know their birthdays: Jesus: 7BC, James the Just: 1AD, Joses-Barnabas, 8 AD, Jude, in 15 AD, and Simon-Silas 21AD. (For Jesus first child is a girl, thus only 3 year wait to son Jesus Justus.)
Relations of Jesus
Born March 7 BC, survived the Crucifixion, died in Rome at the age of 78 near the end of June 72 AD

(Also see Titles of the brothers.)
Grandfather: Heli (the position of 'Jacob') 70 BC - 16 AD
  • Matt 01:16 And *Jacob* begat Joseph the husband of Mary, of whom was born Jesus, who was called the Christ.
  • (also fathered) Cleopas/Chopas- brother of Joseph
    (Eusebius, Church History III 32.1,6 quoting Hegesippus "Symeon (in error he is too old rather this would be Simon son of Joseph, Jesus' youngest brother), son of Clopas, an uncle of the Lord"
    Apocalypse of James "This is the discourse which James the Just delievered in Jerusalem and which Marem wrote down. One of the priests told it to Theudas, the father of this just man, since he was a relative of his." (New Testament Apocrypha Vol 1 pg 333 Wilhem Schneemelcher Cleopas [Kleopas, probably a shortened form of Kleopatros].
    One of the two disciples who were confronted by the risen Jesus on the road to Emmaus (Luke 24:18). The other is not named.
    (other names): disciple of Jesus:Theudas/Thaddaeus/Lebbaeus
    Sadduc, leader under Judas the Galilean Josephus, Antiquities 18, 7-8
    Bar-abbas (Matt 27:16) )
Daughter of Joseph's brother Cleopas (Theudas), cousin of Jesus
  • Luke 03:23b (And Jesus himself) being, as was supposed, son of Joseph, which is the son of *Heli*.
Father: Joseph, born in 44 BC, betrothed to Mary at age 36
  • Joseph, husband of Mary: Matt 01:16 And Jacob begat Joseph the husband of Mary, of whom was born Jesus, who was called the Christ.
  • Joseph as biological father: "Jesus Christ of the seed of David according to the flesh" as stated by Paul in Romans 01:03
  • Holy Spirit: Matt 01:18 And of Jesus Christ, the birth was thus: For his mother Mary having been betrothed to Joseph, before their coming together she was found to have conceived from the Holy Spirit
  • Star: Matt 02:09 And they, having heard the king, departed, and lo, the star, that they did see in the east, did go before them, till, having come, it stood over where the child was.
  • Elder son in the Prodigal Son parable
  • Galilean: Galileans, whose blood Pilate did mingle with their sacrifices Murdered in 23 AD
Mother: Mother Mary, born in 46 BC, betrothed to Joseph at age 17
First Brother after Jesus born in 1 AD: James the Just
Second Brother after Jesus born in 8 AD: Joses-Barnabas
Third Brother after Jesus: Jude, born in 15 AD
Fourth Brother after Jesus: Simon-Silas, born in 22 AD
  • Silas derived from the Hebrew word sela (seh'-lah) meaning rock similar to " - Cephas" (rock) for Peter and "Oblias" (bulwark of the people - from Eusebius Church History II.23 quoting Hegesippus) for James the Just. (Psalm 18:2:"The LORD is my rock")
    (Silvanus, mistaken for a small Roman deity, is a corruption from Silas in various letters of Paul, and 1Peter.)
  • Lame man who never walked: Healed by Paul (Acts 14:08-10) Silas: Paul, Barnabas, Judas & Silas (Acts 15:22) Silvanus: Faithful brother with Peter (1Peter 05:12)
  • Man 4 under a (Nazarite) vow: Simon-Silas married appears in Acts 21:23-24: He "shaved his head", meaning marrying, at the age of 36 in June 58 AD
  • Simon, the son of Cleopas (James was his superior before becoming Bishop of Jerusalem after him): It is reported that after the age of Nero and Domitian, under the emperor whose times we are now recording (Trajan 98-117), a persecution was stirred up against us in certain cities in consequence of a popular uprising. (The Eschaton AD114) "Certain of these heretics brought accusation against Simon, the son of (Joseph), Cleopas, on the ground that he was a descendant of David and a Christian; and thus he suffered martyrdom, at the age of one hundred and twenty years while Trajan was emperor and Atticus governor." (Hegesippus quoted by Eusebius, Church History III 32.1,3) (Having been born in AD 22, Simon was 92 years old. His age of 120, given by Hegesippus, was misinterpreted as Jesus' age if he was still alive!)
MaryMagdalene>1st wife: Mary Magdalene born in 3 AD
Daughter: Phoebe, born in 33 AD, married to Paul
Son-in-law: Paul, born in 16 AD, son of Herod Antipas, married to Phoebe
Paulina, first daughter of Phoebe & Paul, born in 54 AD,
Second daughter of Phoebe & Paul, born in 58 AD: (Unknown)
First son: Jesus Justus
Second son: (Joseph: Possible English Joseph of Arimathea) born in 44 AD
2nd wife: Lydia
Step-Father-in-law: Simon Magus
Helena, mother of Mary Magdalene
James (Niceta)and John (Aquila)

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