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to certain authorities’ 4 which resulted in him fleeing from Jerusalem to a 

refugee camp in Lebanon along with his family. However, Isa Rashid’s 

presence also became known to the Israeli authorities and the refugee 

camp was bombed during an Israeli air-raid 5. And this air-raid forced Isa 

Rashid to flee again to Baghdad without The Scrolls, where he had 

posted his final letter to Albert Meier.



Sadly in 1976 Albert Meier learned that Isa Rashid and his entire family 

were assassinated in Baghdad shortly after posting that last letter.




Who Really Wrote The Talmud Of Jmmanuel?




Well, most the body of ‘The Talmud’ was penned by Jmmanuel’s official 

‘scribe’ Judas Iscarioth during the life and times leading up to, and 

following, the crucifixion event.




Though to trace the point when ‘The Talmud’ was originally finalised, we 

will need to examine what some people believe to be more controversial 

aspects of the Master Jmmanuel’s life, which takes our investigation to 

the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea, and then onwards into India.



And here comes some more of the so-called ‘apocrypha’, in that ‘The 

Talmud Of Jmmanuel’ makes it very clear that the Master Jmmanuel 

[‘Jesus’] never did die on The Cross. He only ever fell into a trance-like 

condition, due to the Arch-Angel Gabriel twinning with Jmmanuel’s body 

to induce a death-like stupor. And inside the tomb of Joseph of 

Arimathea, Jmmanuel was revived by a team of Hindu healers before He 

set off to India to continue with His Teachings.


In-fact it is believed by many scholars that the full story was only ever 

completed in India in the early second century. Also, there is a great deal



4 
In the letter Isa Rashid sent, he stated that he had been ‘persecuted by two different 
groups, both Christians and Jews, which was to be anticipated, because the rolls are 

not favourable towards either religion’. The letter was headed ‘Baghdad, September 

14.9.1974’.
5 There was a series of raids during June 18-20, in 1974. These were Israeli air raids 

upon several refugee camps in South-West Lebanon, ‘reported’ to be in retaliation for 
a guerrilla incursion into Chamir in Northern Israel on June 13th. It is believed that 

the June 18th raid was designed to eliminate ‘The Scrolls’, and that the raids upon the 

several other refugee camps on the following two days [June 19-20] were intended to 
divert attention away from the real reason for the first raid.









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