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of evidence stating that after Jmmanuel’s genuine death in the Kashmir 

region in early 2nd century, that ‘The Scrolls’ were carried back to the 

Palestinian or Anatolian region by Jmmanuel’s oldest son Joseph. And 

Joseph evidently released a second copy of ‘The Teachings’ somewhere 

in that region, since that copy found its way into the hands of the apostle 
6
Matthew .



However, Joseph also preserved and hid the original Rolls within the 

tomb of Joseph of Arimathea, just south of the Old City of Jerusalem. 

And there they lay until Albert Meier and Isa Rashid re-discovered them 

in 1963.




Let’s also be aware that it is made clear in ‘The Talmud’ that ‘The 

Teachings’ were originally written down by Judas Iscariot who travelled 

with Jmmanuel to India after the crucifixion, along with Judas-Thomas 
[Jmmanuel’s brother] and Mother Mary.




And so, to answer my original question which was centred around “who 

wrote The Talmud”, what we find is that it was mostly written by Judas 

who was present at all of Jmmanuel’s lectures both before the crucifixion 

event, and after Jmmanuel travelled and taught in India. Though it also 

seems very clear to me that Jmmanuel’s oldest son Joseph added the 

‘final touches’ to the pages, and also made at least one other copy which 

became known as ‘The Book Of Mathew’.







Table Of Contents




Introduction

Discovery Of The Talmud...... Page 2
The Translation...... Page 3

Who Really Wrote The Talmud Of Jmmanuel? ..... Page 4 

Chapter 1

The Genealogy Of Jmmanuel...... 8

The Birth Of Jmmanuel...... 12



6 Interestingly, critical biblical scholars like Herman N. Ridderbos do not consider the 
apostle Matthew to be the original author of this Gospel. In-fact, it is believed that 

either Judas Iscariot or Jmmanuel’s son Joseph rendered a second copy of ‘The 

Talmud’ which at some time found it’s way into the hands of the apostle Mathew, and 
which later took on the title ‘The Book Of Mathew’.









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