Answers to Questions by Yair Davidiy (8 September 2017, 17 Elul, 5777)
Where does this question spring from?
It might have more serious implications than you ever imagined.
Mary Magdalene was the mother of Yeshu.
[This information is according to Talmudic sources that have been censured out by Christian officials in most editions.]
Yeshu was born in about 200 BCE.
He was executed by stoning for idolatry.
The figure of Jesus was in part modelled after him.
In the process of literary transmission Mary Magdalene became a lady of fallen virtue who had repented and sought the company of Jesus while his mother (also named Mary) was transformed into an eternal virgin and the Queen of Heaven.
And who was Yeshu-Jesus in spiritual terms?
Esau (Genesis 25:25).
Esau is also known as Edom. Esau represents the twin-brother and arch-enemy of Israel. Most Israelites are now under the power of Edom to some degree. They are in Edomite Exile.
Descendants of Esau founded the Roman, German, and other nations including Japan.
Esau has a good and bad aspect.
He can be either positive or negative.
In the End Times those who survive from out of Esau will repent but before then there will be wars with him and much suffering may result.
Yeshu is considered to be a re-incarnation of Esau (see Abarbanel).
The name for Yeshu-Jesus in the Phoenician tongue as well as in Arabic is the same as the name for Esau.
Esau was also known as Edom.
A small segment of Edomite descendants became the Edomites who once dwelt to the southeast of Judah. Herod was of Edomite stock.
The Edomites of Idumea worshipped a god named Kos. This name is another form of the name Esau. €œKos€ in Germany was also another name for Odin.
Odin is Edom. Odin is Germany.
Hitler was considered an embodiment of Odin.
Hitler was therefore an embodiment of the negative-aspect of Edom.
Yeshu was an embodiment of both the good and bad aspects of Edom.
Mary Magdalene can fit into the picture.