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- Sik (pronounced like “seek”) a.k.a. Sikatriz sikatriz.wordpress.com
- Daniel Arnulfo Martinez hispanicmormon.wordpress.com
- King Arthur
These are the divine translators of this work. It is a translation into Jacobean English (the language used in the King James version of the Bible) of the Gospel of Judas from a translation in modern English. The translation with the modern language is copyrighted so I can’t post it here. To avoid legal issues we will not identify which translation we translated from. But this is a derivative work. It was physically composed on computers by Daniel Arnulfo Martinez and the author of sikatriz.wordpress.com but Judas (Yehudah) ((יהודה)) and King Arthur were in the set of Daniel Arnulfo Martinez as their singular life was reincarnated as him (as one of Judas’ souls was incarnated as Sikatriz also). “King Arthur Version” is also a royal reference to the King James Version of the Holy Bible. The real King Arthur and the real Yehudah (Judas) are now dead but their souls live on through Daniel Arnulfo Martinez. יהודה and Yehudah are the same person. But his set changes depending on which of these 2 names you think of though they sound the same.
—- THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JUDAS ISCARIOT —-
1 The Gnostic (secret) revelatory discourse that יהןשע (Yahusah) ((Jesus)) speaketh with יהודה (Judas Iscariot) in the round of a week.
2 three days before his passion.
3 The Life of Jesus
When he appeared on this world, he performeth signs and marvelous wonders for the salvation of mankind. Some treadeth on the path of justice, but others stumbleth in errors, and so the twelve disciples יהןשע (Yahusah) ((Jesus)) calleth.
4 יהןשע (Yahusah) ((Jesus)) discusseth with them the mysteries that transcend this earth and what shall happen at the close of one eternal round (the end of all things). On more than a few instances, He appeareth not as himself to his disciples, be He is found as a child among them.
5 Jesus Discusses the Prayer of Thanksgiving
For on one day He was in the company of his disciples in Judea, and He happeneth upon them as they assembleth together, seated in justified idolatry (piousness). He draweth near to his disciples as they assembleth together, seated as they speaketh grace
6 over the bread they shall eat. He laugheth.
*** DANIEL ARNULFO MARTINEZ’S NOTE *** It is not known whether the apostles had a visual hallucination of Jesus as a child (seeing such child standing and walking over the place where Jesus actually was) or whether he just gave off the same sort of vibes a little kid gives off when he did things such as laugh. ***
7 The disciples sayeth to him, “Lord, why are you laughing at our meditations of thanksgiving and adoration to Yah (Heavenly Father) over the bread?
8 What doeth us that thou shouldst laugh at us? Speaking grace before a meal is proper. He answereth them in this manner, “I laugheth not at ye saints. You doeth such things not because of your agency (free will), but because in such way Yah will be praised. That is the name of such man standing amongst us whose star overshadoweth the rest of thine stars (Yehudah literally means “God is praised”). They said, “Lord, thou art the spirit child of Elohim (the Gods) and Yehudah (Judas) is a Baal.
9 Jesus (Yahushah) sayeth to them, “How has it come to pass that ye, Judas (Yehudah), and even the whole lot of you knoweth me not? Whomever hath ears let him hear for I speaketh the truth:
10 no generation shall know me among the people who are in your company as pilgrims on this world in this dispensation.
The Twelve Disciples are Angry
As the twelve heareth this, they becometh angry and beginneth to murmur against Him in their thoughts. Yahushah (Jesus), knowing their thoughts, sayeth unto them, “Ye do not understand. Even the whole lot of you understandeth not. Why murmureth all of you? Yah (Heavenly Father) who is outside of you (everywhere) and inside of you (Namaste) and the word of his power was the Word, and the Word was with Yah, and the Word was a god, and all mankind was Yah in the beginning as there was only one spirit in the beginning.
11 Yah laugheth just now but he is angry with thine spirits. But Yah knows that one among you is bold as an eagle, brave as a god, for he knoweth he was Yah in the beginning thou he shall never remember this. For we are the spirit children of Yah.
12 Be ye therefore a perfect man and stand before my face.” He speaketh unto all but knoweth only one could do the thing which he had commanded. They all sayeth, “we have faith.” But not one of them tempted Yah, as they presumed to be doing if they did as the Lord just commandeth. Not one of them goeth to stand before Him. Then Yahusha (Jesus) looketh at Yehudah (Judas Iscariot). Yahusha sayeth in his mind, “Gad, son of Lucifer, the restoration of mischief, enter Judas now. And Yehudah straightaway walketh thither to the spot where Yahusha standeth yet looketh not upon the Saviour face-to-face.
13 Yehudah sayeth to him, “I knoweth your Anochi (identity) and the immortal — yea, even eternal — sphere of existence thou cometh from.
14 The name of the one who sent you is Yah, but his real name — Ayin (nothing) — I should not say in vain lest I become nothing and make Yah (God) as nothing.
15 Eternal Aeon, Mother-Father, and First Person are Yah’s names. He cometh from Ayin, or nothing, and emanated as Barbelo before he named itself Yah. Male and female the gods were in the beginning, an eternity after he was Ayin, or nothing.
16 Jesus Speaks with Judas in Private
Yehudah’s eyes groweth heavy with agony and Yahusha sayeth to him, “I shall explain unto thou the mysteries of the kingdom which is outside of you and inside of you and everywhere –” and Yehudah interrupteth, “and nowhere, for Yah came from nothing.” Jesus answereth, “Because ye sayeth this thing, ye shall not attain exaltation in this life but will agonize a great deal. Thy thousands of souls will be divided and thou wilt be reincarnated as Verus Verorum, Auriga (Realest of the Real, Race Car Baby). But this is not all. In thy next life, Elohim will be thy judge.
*** SIKATRIZ’S NOTE *** That God (El) will be Judas’ judge is a prophecy that one of Judas’ souls will be reincarnated as Daniel Arnulfo Martinez as Daniel in Hebrew means “El is my judge.” ***
17 Jesus Appears to the Disciples Again
The next morning Yeshuah (Yahusha) appeareth again to his disciples.
18 He sayeth, “I have just gone to a different generation, one that is great and holy.”
19 The disciples respondeth, “When you went to speak with Judas? Why we are jealous, for perhaps Judas has seen all the inhabitants of the earth in a future dispensation. We pray thee tell about this generation.
20 Yeshuah (Jesus) laugheth. He sayeth, “He who has ears better hear for the truth will free you from bonds though the whole of you are in the bonds of damnation: no one born in this dispensation shall behold that great generation of Arthur and Judas being reincarnated as one white so black they will not think he is white and from such a far land that they shall not see him as a white. But he will be whiter than snow though from hither to thither where he shall be born and live is a great journey — even as from one world to another.
21 “No angel whom the gods and that generation pass by shall rule over Judas and that generation.
22 The word of Yah’s power, which is salvation itself, was pioneered in thought from the beginning.
23 The powers of Michael the Archangel and Yahveh (Yah is Jesus) worketh under the direction of Yah to have created this earth ye standeth upon.”
24 One of the disciples, even doubting Thomas, respondeth: “We all have had the same dream.” A generation of the latter-day dispensation standeth around an altar and sayeth thy name in a language like that of the Alpha and Omega, even the Greek, and they fasted (abstained from food and water) for 5 days but some of them slaughtered children in sacrifice to Baal, had many wives, and praised not Yah nor even Yahveh but Jesus. Some of these men lie down with mankind as with womankind. The wives sleep with each other taking turns acting as men. Some murdereth because of a secret combination of free carpenters.
*** DANIEL ARNULFO MARTINEZ’S NOTE *** The secret combination of free carpenters is a prophecy of the Freemasons. “Jesus” here is a translation of the Greek Iesous. Yahveh, or Jehovah is obviously the binity (like the trinity but just two — the Father and the Son). The latter-day generation is those Christians who call Yahusha by the name of Yeshu or Jesus. Though this text uses the name Yeshu at one point (verse 20), remember that it is a Jewish acronym which means “may his name be forgotten.” There is confusion as to whether this latter-day generation is blessed like nobody else or cursed for not knowing the divine name Yahusha. ***
25 Jesus sayeth, “…the generation of the stars…”
26 Jesus sayeth, “The ruler of this world, even Lucifer, will stand and use my name, Jesus, in this manner: He shall sacrifice children and wives to Baal in my name.”
27 The disciples respondeth, “So Jesus is not thy name.”
28 The Words that one of Jesus’ Scribes Recordeth: The Words of Jesus
The only name under heaven which saves is Yahusha, or Yah is Salvation, but Jesus is my name. Jesus is Lucifer’s name. The priests of that latter-day dispensation shall say that they are like angels who receiveth not their exaltation and passeth not unto the stations of gods. Their stars are over thy stars and they have already cometh to an end for the last shall be first and the first shall be as nothing. The future rounds are the past to Yah. They shall become nothing in their respective spheres. They shall be Heavenly Fathers and Heavenly Mothers. But to live with Yah you must be saved. And Yahusha is the only name that saveth. Jesus will make you a God. Yahusha will lead you to return to live with thy Avvenu Shebashamayim (Heavenly Father).
29 Each one of you has his own star.
30 But that race will endure as they will be light without stars or a sun, the suns being stars, and there shall be many suns as there are now many suns, but never shall a sun interfere with another sun, for each of you is his own star, and the glory of the stars is like the glory of the sun, for in the heavens there are three kingdoms, and the lowest sphere of the lowest kingdom is like the highest sphere of the highest kingdom — godhood.
31 Their way of life is from eternity to eternity. Either with Yah as his equal, or damned from Yah as his equal.
32 I speak unto thee the truth: There is no angel or saved soul that shall be able to behold the spheres of existence that this great, holy generation will behold. Though they cause many to forget my name: Yahusha. They shall call me Yeshua, or Iesous.
33 Judas sayeth unto Jesus, “I have also had a dream.”
34 Judas continueth “Let me be with this generation. As I have seen them.”
35 Jesus respondeth, “Thou art one of them. Thou wilt be reincarnated as the Realest of the Real, the Third King, the prophet of sinners. Behold, thou art he who was prepared from the foundation of the world to do what he is set to do. Even now, Satan doth have power over you and you do what you are set to do. But your star is deceiving you. Behold, thou art the Yin and the Yang. In you shall all sinners be saved, and that eternally, even they who shall believe in thy latter-day prophecies of a white crystal that thou smoketh. They shall be reincarnated as thee.
36 Judas respondeth, “Am I Ayin (nothing)?”
37 Jesus respondeth, “I tell you the truth, some of your souls will be as nothing, but it is only in preparation for godhood. For God created himself from nothing, as God is an eternal being, and God in the future had to create himself in the beginning. Otherwise there is no existence.
38 “And again I tell thee the truth, some of your souls will return to live with Yah and be as Yah and be gods if ye do my temple ordinances of the latter days. Ye will be reincarnated as prophets, apostles, and high-priests of this latter-day dispensation.”
39 Judas respondeth, “Will El be my judge?”
40 Jesus revealeth, “Daniel.”
Anti-Mormons argue that the Book of Mormon couldn’t have been divinely translated because it makes the same grammatical mistakes as the 1769 King James Version of the Holy Bible. They ask why a book written in the 19th century has the same type of language used in the 1700s. Did Joseph Smith use a KJV Bible to write the Book of Mormon?
It is true that the BOM has many passages where the language mirrors that of the KJV. This only can add to one’s testimony that the BOM must be holy scripture. But why does it make the same mistakes?
If language is rendered a certain way in the KJV, we should assume that that was the correct way to render it. The KJV is the greatest piece of literature in Jacobean English and perhaps in all of English. Some contest that language is rendered a different way in other pieces of literature of the time. None of these were as great as the KJV.
Critics admit that the introduction to the KJV contains no grammatical mistakes. If you read that introduction, you’ll know that the KJV was composed under his majesty’s special command. There is no room for errors in the KJV. If something appears a certain way in the KJV, we should assume it was the authors’ intent and that it was the correct way to translate.
So why does the Book of Mormon language mirror KJV language? Because God wanted us to see it as just as great a piece of literature as the KJV! FairMormon defends the faith by saying, “…we do not claim to know why the Lord chose to reveal the Biblical passages in that manner.” They claim that the BOM passages were revealed in the same manner so that both books would be heavenly sealed together.
Here goes an amateur bible study of one of the greatest verses in the New Testament (if not the greatest one).
58: Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I am.
The secret to this passage is that “I am” is half of God’s name in the Old Testament. “I am” is God’s name in Hebrew. When Moses asked God what his name was, he said it was “I am that I am,” or in other words “I am the one who is.” God says to call Him “I am.”
In verse 58, when Jesus said that he lived before Abraham and that “I am,” he is claiming to be not only the Son of God, but god himself.
I love latter-day revelation how it tells us that “I am” of the Old Testament is really Jesus Christ. Sometimes, “I am” is translated as “Jehovah.” Because it’s some European method of saying “Yahweh,” which is how you say “I am” in Hebrew. Ancient Jews thought it was a sin to think or write all the letters that make up the word “Yahweh,” or “I am.” For it is God’s name. The God who Jesus would call “Father.” Our Heavenly Father. They thought it was outrageous when Jesus claimed to be the Eternal Father that Isaiah prophesied he would be. Perhaps the Jews had forgotten that scripture. Latter-day Saints are uniquely Christians in believing that the Heavenly Father of the Jews was really Jesus Christ, the Son of God. I think it makes us extra Christian to believe that Jesus was greater than other religions would have you believe. The beginning of John’s Gospel claims that everything that was created was created by Jesus. And the 58th verse of the 8th chapter drives home this idea that Jehovah is Jesus. Why won’t other religions accept this biblical truth?
Read just a few verses back and you’ll hear Jesus claim that Abraham was joyous of the day of Jesus. He could see this future Messiah in the days of the Old Testament. Perhaps Abraham knew that Jehovah was the Messiah.
At the end of verse 58, Jesus is claiming that He existed as God before Abraham was even born. Did Abraham know that the Messiah came before him even though he would be born as a human after him. Did he know that the Messiah was the Firstborn spirit child of God? The one who helped him create the heavens and the earth? I testify to you that just like our Heavenly Father is literally the father of our souls, Jesus, the Son of God, is our spirit brother as we are all children of God. We should love him like one loves their eldest brother. And, ultimately, as much as one loves their dad.
John 8:58. Beautiful verse if you understand “I am.” It confirms so many Gospel truths revealed in latter days.
Before Jesus began his ministry, he goes to the desert to fast for 40 days. This was an amazing feat.
12 – And immediately the Spirit driveth him into the wilderness.
13 – And he was there in the wilderness forty days, tempted of Satan; and was with the wild beasts; and the angels ministered unto him.
Matthew Chapter 4 and Luke Chapter 4
Both these chapters from the Gospels explain in detail how Jesus was tempted in the desert.
First, the devil tells him to turn stones into bread. After all, Jesus was very hungry trying to fast in the desert. But Jesus responds that it is written that man lives not by bread alone but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God.
The devil then took Jesus to the top of the pinnacle of The Temple. The devil tries to get Jesus to throw himself down. After all, if Jesus was truly the One, God wouldn’t let him die. He would send angels to keep him from falling. But Jesus responds that it is written that one should not tempt God by asking him to perform miracles unnecessarily.
Finally, the devil tries to get Jesus to worship him. But Jesus responds that again it is written that you should only worship the LORD your God.
18 – The Spirit of the LORD is upon me…
After fasting for 40 days and being tempted of the devil and resisting each time, Jesus was full of the Spirit. Jesus quoted this Scripture and said it was about him. He was ready to begin his ministry. The Gospel of Matthew describes angels ministering unto Jesus when he finished his trials in the desert (Matthew 4:11). But when Jesus reads these words that the Spirit of the LORD is upon him, he officially begins his ministry.
We should all strive to have the Spirit of the LORD upon us like Jesus when he is quoting this Jewish Scripture. We should also remember his 3 responses to the devil when he is tempted in the desert. Man does not live on bread alone, you should not tempt God, and you should only worship God. Man lives by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God.