Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Why was Jesus (Yeshu) sometimes called Son of Panthera, Pandera in the Talmud ?


Pandera* comes from the Greek Pandarus "Betrayer" and applied to Yeshu as an Enticer of his People since he pandered to the Heretical ideology of Pantheism claiming to be One with God and telling others that they are also One with God, and that All is God .....  The body is the Temple and God lives within each of us. That the Kingdom of God is WITHIN you (Greek: entos) - Luke 17:21


* Yeshu ben Pandera, cited as the teacher of a 2nd-century CE heretic (Chullin 2:22-24, Avodah Zarah 16b-17a)
  • A sorcerer who had been stoned on the eve of Passover. (Sanhedrin 43a)
  • An example of a "son who burns his food in public" (Sanhedrin 103a, Berakhot 17b) identified as Manasseh of Judahson of Hezekiah in the passages as well as in a corresponding account in the Shulchan Arukh.
  • An idolatrous former student of the early 1st century BCE rabbi Yehoshua ben Perachiah. (Sanhedrin 107b).
  • The spirit of a foreign enemy of Israel summoned by Onkelos (Gittin 56b, 57a)
** In Greek, the name PANDAROS is most often used as the name of a Male. And in Greek, the Male name PANDAROS means (Πάνδαρος) Variant form of Greek Pantheras, PANDAROS means "all-hunter," i.e. "panther." In Mythology, this is the name of the betrayer of the Greeks who hurled a lance at Menelaos, breaking a solemn oath.


In Homer's Iliad (8th Century BC), Pandarus is a renowned archer and the son of Lycaon. Pandarus, who fights on the side of Troy in the Trojan War, first appears in Book Two of the Iliad. In Book Four, he shoots Menelaus and wounds him with an arrow, sabotaging a truce that could potentially have led to the peaceful return of Helen of Troy. He is goaded into breaking the truce by the gods, who wish for the destruction of Troy. He then wounds Diomedes with an arrow and acts as Aeneas' charioteer. He is later killed by Diomedes, whose spear strikes him in the face, severing his tongue.
Pandarus is also the name of a companion of Aeneas in Virgil's Aeneid.


Yeshu is also mentioned in Isaac Luria's "Book of the Reincarnations", chapter 37. Within the long list of Jewish Tzadiks it's written:
"בלכתך מצפת לצד צפון ללכת אל כפר עין זיתון, דרך אילן אחד של חרוב, שם קבור יש"ו הנוצרי"
"On your way from Safed toward the North to the village of Ein al-Zeitun, passing a carob tree, Yeshu Ha-Notzri is buried there." .....

Astrological/horoscope meaning of PANDAROS. (YESHU ben Pandera) PANDAROS: 

With a name number 7, your ruling planet is Neptune. You work intuitively and have a mental and sacrificing nature in exploring your goals. You like to help people in need when you get the chance and have the opportunity. Likes to dream of the many possibilities of life you could undertake. Your mind posseses strong inner healing powers especially when you encounter failures. You bounce back from adversity and tragic events like nothing ever happened. Your dreams are sometimes revealing and prophetic. You have a personal love for water and do many sea/beach trips in your life. Your spiritual pursuits may sometimes dominate your worldly desires.

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