Joseph Atwill

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Joseph Atwill
Joseph Atwill - Shakespeare's Secret Messiah - 864rir-140613.07feb05a.jpg
Joseph Atwill, author of Caesar’s Messiah and Shakespeare's Secret Messiah, and YouTube personality and co-host of Powers & Principalities.
Residence California, USA
Nationality American
Occupation author, independent thinker, radio show personality, YouTube persona, historical revisionist, truther
Known for anti-establishment, anti-cultural engineering, counter-propaganda, etc.
Spouse(s) yes
Children yes
Parent(s) maybe
Relatives maybe
Website CaesarsMessiah.com
Powers & Principalities playlist series on YouTube
search Joseph Atwill on YouTube

Joseph Atwill studied Greek, Latin and the Bible at St. Mary's Military Academy, a Jesuit-run school in Japan. In college he studied computer science, and was co-founder of a series of software companies including Ferguson Tool Company and ASNA. After 1995, he returned to Biblical studies.[1] Working with Robert Eisenman, he authored a paper on radiocarbon dating of the Dead Sea Scrolls.[2] In 2014, Atwill self-published another book, Shakespeare's Secret Messiah.[3] (Copied from Caesar’s Messiah article.)

Joseph Atwill and Tim Kelly, together co-host the weekly Powers & Principalities series (playlist of all episodes) on YouTube. Each hour to an hour and a half audio episode simply features Tim and Joe, analyzing and conversing on an anti-establishment, counter-propaganda, cultural engineering, historical revisionist, and/or truther topic every week.[citation needed]

Caesar’s Messiah

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Joseph Atwill's Caesar's Messiah.
Caesar’s Messiah documentary poster.

Caesar’s Messiah is a work of speculative non-fiction by Joseph Atwill, which argues that the New Testament Gospels were written as wartime propaganda by scholars connected to the Roman imperial court of the Flavian emperors: Vespasian, Titus and Domitian. According to Atwill, their primary purpose in creating the religion was to control the spread of Judaism and moderate its political virulence. The Jewish nationalist Zealots had been defeated in the Jewish war of 70 AD, but Judaism remained an influential movement throughout the Mediterranean region. Atwill argues that the biblical character 'Jesus Christ' is a typological representation of the Roman Emperor Titus. (Copied from main article.)

The vast majority of Biblical scholars believe that early Christianity was a movement that emerged out of 1st century Judea, and that Historical Jesus played an important role in the foundation of the religion. The few scholarly reviews of Atwill's book which have appeared, have been scathingly critical. (Copied from main article.)

This "vast majority of Biblical scholars" are largely people who have a desperate need to believe in myths while those that don't never become biblical scholars to expertly dissect Atwill's claims. Similarly, most people don't question authority of the mainstream corporate news or their propaganda and fictional narratives like the official JFK or 9/11 stories, yet those claims fall apart under critical scrutiny before even applying any conspiracy theories to them.[citation needed]

Shakespeare's Secret Messiah

Atwill's 2014 book Shakespeare's Secret Messiah[3] expanded the thesis of Roman authorship of the New Testament, to suggest that the Pauline Epistles and Revelation were written during or after the reign of Domitian. (Copied from Caesar’s Messiah article.)

Powers & Principalities

Powers & Principalities
The static graphic of the Tim Kelly ("thkelly67" on YouTube) & Joseph Atwill weekly YouTube audio show.

Powers & Principalities is a weekly audio show series (playlist of all episodes) on YouTube, co-hosted by Tim Kelly and Joseph Atwill. Each hour to an hour and a half audio episode simply features Tim and Joe, analyzing and conversing on an anti-establishment, counter-propaganda, historical revisionist, and/or truther topic every week since May 20, 2017, unlike Tim's other show, Our Interesting Times, interviewing various guests. Powers & Principalities is one of the most riveting, informative, and important ongoing conversations that, unlike mainstream legacy corporate media (propaganda), explain their critical analysis with context to unveil layers of the New World Order's methods of full spectrum dominance, cultural engineering, manipulation, domination, exploitation, and extermination.[citation needed]

Authority figures, corporate media, critics, intelligence operatives, propagandists, the misinformed, and the uniformed would all call this conspiracy theory.[citation needed]

See also

Joseph Atwill discussing social engineering on the Psilly Rabbits Podcast.
  • Trutherism, article (work in progress, please help improve it)
    • Template:Trutherism (at the foot of this page) is a vast list of topics and glossary of political and spycraft terms not used in common parlance. Informed truth seekers become familiar with most of these concepts and how they may be used or abused. (Please help organize this list.)
    • Truther Top 20s list series project
    • Trutherism 101 open source anti-propaganda animated series development project

References

  1. Atwill, Joseph. "About the Author". Caesar's Messiah. Retrieved 2018-03-20.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  2. Lua error in Module:Citation/CS1/Identifiers at line 47: attempt to index field 'wikibase' (a nil value).
  3. 3.0 3.1 Atwill, Joseph (2014). Shakespeare's Secret Messiah. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 9781497579613.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  4. Lebron, Michael (2018-02-14). "Live Stream The YouTube Silver Button Unboxing Live for Conspiratorium Clerisy". YouTube.com. Lionel Nation. Retrieved 2018-02-23.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  5. Lebron, Michael (2017-12-11). "Live Stream Truth Warrior and Clerisy Assemblage — Conspiratorium Style". YouTube.com. Lionel Nation. Retrieved 2018-02-23.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  6. Lebron, Michael (2018-02-16). "Live Stream Welcome to the Conspiratorium". YouTube.com. Lionel Nation. Retrieved 2018-02-23.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>

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