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John of Gamala

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John of Gamala

John of Gamala was, according to Luigi Cascioli, an Italian ex-seminarian and now an atheist, a person whom the Catholic Church deliberately conflated with Jesus to build up their religion. Cascioli claims that his book The Fable of Christ is a decisive collection of proof demonstrating that Jesus is the result of manipulation and falsification of documents which in reality refer to John of Gamala, son of Jude the Galilean and grandson of the rabbi Ezechia, a direct descendant of the Hasmonean dynasty founded by Simon, son of Mattathias the Maccabean.

The paternal lineage of Jesus/John of Gamala that is given by Cascioli is as follows:

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