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Jesus and Thomas, Druid Philosophy, World Religions and the Garden of Eden – Edmund Marriage, 19th July 2016

edmund_marriageEdmund will discuss Jesus and Thomas and their many key roles in re-stating Druid philosophy and practice, particularly within the Syriac or Syrian Church, and the Arianism of Alexandria as the earliest forms of genuine Christianity, which brought the world’s people together peacefully.
 
Under the depraved Nero, Druidism was ended by the Roman Legions from 60AD by the Romans literally by killing them in vast numbers.
 
The evidence from the lost Books of the Saviour (Askew and Bruce Codices) re-translated and assembled in the improved sequence by Christian O’Brien in the Path of Light, demonstrates the close links between the Syrian Church at Edessa in Northern Mesopotamia, dominated by the teaching of Jesus and Thomas, and the founding of Islam.
 

pathbookThe Path of Light contains Christian O‘Brien’s revised translation and arrangement of the Bruce and Askew Codices, which Muslims call the Injīl, with the alternative spelling of Ingil, which is the Arabic name for what Muslims believe to be the original lost Gospel of Jesus (Isa). This Injil is one of the four Islamic holy books, which the Quran records as revealed by God, the others being the Zabur (possibly the Psalms), the Tawrat (the Torah), and the Quran. The Path of Light and the Acts of Thomas provide the solid evidence of the important roles of both Jesus and Thomas in re-stating and teaching Druid (Essene) philosophy and practice, continued by the Syrian Church in Edessa, Upper Mesopotamia, and adopted later by Islam.
 
iedenga001p4His presentation will demonstrate that all religions come from the one original benevolent source at the Garden of Eden site in the Levantine Corridor below Mt Hermon in the Lebanon Bekka rift valley, the headwaters of the River Jordon. It will also explain the many reasons why the break-up of the Roman Empire led to the Roman Church frauds, divisions and confrontations, which still divide the worlds peoples today, and lie at the heart of the Muslim/Christian conflicts, which leave us today with 300 million unemployed Muslims.

 

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** Please note tickets are limited **

IMG_8228This event will be held at:

The Old Church, Watling Street, Gailey, Staffordshire ST19 5PR (Sat Nav Code ST19 5PN)

Doors open 6.00pm, event starts at 6.30pm and finishes 9-9.30pm.

Parking is limited at the church please park over the road at The Spread Eagle Pub, Gailey ST19 5PN.

If you have any questions, please call 07912 842060

We are sorry that no refunds will be made in the event of non-attendance. Booking is made subject to our Terms and Conditions here.

 

 

Edmund is the Principal of the Patrick Foundation, an Independent Researcher with a background in Investment Management, Business and Land Management.  He qualified as a Chartered Land Agent and as an Associate of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (ARICS) at the Royal Agricultural College Cirencester and Wye College, London University.  His first farm manager appointment was at the age of 21 by Strutt and Parker, Lofts and Warner, on a 680 acre farm in Lincolnshire.  He founded British Wildlife Management in 1995 to lobby Parliament and other organisations for best practice in Countryside and Wildlife Management, specialising in Animal Welfare Science.
 
He lobbies on a range of key issues such as restoring Hendon Police Driver Training excellence for Police and Public, through the Quality Driving Initiative, and includes Healing Addiction Without Drugs, through neuro-therapy (NET) in residential rehabilitation, leading to practical training and skills through Work Groups for Wildlife, and the provision of quality jobs, planned as a National Work and Skills Service.
 
His extensive historical research has revealed a single advanced, secular benevolent source for all religions.
 
His Golden Age Project inspired by the work of Christian and Barbara Joy O’Brien promotes the recovery of past knowledge in order to resolve many of today’s problems. He believes that re-establishing high standards of training and knowledge for all important roles, forms a priority in establishing good Government and successful Social Organisation and Cohesion.
 
In 1988 he instigated the City Research Project, funded by the City Corporation, in order to address a range of important issues, which if left unresolved, threatened the viability of the City of London and the Economy.
 
He is a former national vice-chairman and director of research for the Conservative Rural Action Group.  In 1994 he was advisor to the Labour Party Leave Countryside Sports Alone Campaign.
 
He has attended as a partner Defra’s Partnership Against Wildlife Crime since inception, and for over twenty years has been a member of Standing Conference for Countryside Sports.  He is a member of the National Gamekeepers Organisation Deer Committee.
 
He was a co-instigator with Professor Twink Allen in the formation of Vets for Hunting and in their change of name to the Veterinary Association of Wildlife Management. He was a founder Director of the Charity Songbird Survival.
 
Above all, he emphasises the priority need for a clear understanding of the written parts of our brilliant British Constitution, which requires a triumvirate balance between the powers of the Crown, the Lords and the Commons, together with the upholding of the Rule of Law for the People.  Issues already over-ruled by totalitarian politics, which has not only transferred those powers to the exclusive use of the Commons and devolved authorities, but passed the same powers to the EU without the permission of the British People.
 
His Learning form History series of Presentations and Broadcasts are found on YouTube.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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