6 BCE – Matthew chapter 2:16 (Herod killed children from 2 years and below before he died 4BCE)

3 BCE – Prophecy of Daniel (chapter 9:25) 483 years from Artaxerxes’ edit comes to 26 CE

1 CE   – Dionysius Exiguus – the Catholic monk who designed the modern calendar

7 CE   – Luke 2:2 (Josephus says Caesar Augustus’ census took place in the second year after Cyrenius became the Governor of Syria in 6 CE)


On my Facebook post of November 22, 2019, I demanded to know which of the dates stated above is correct for the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. Following the reactions I got, it is obvious that many Christians are not even aware that such discrepancies exist in the New Testament. Therefore, I find it very pertinent to explain the circumstances that surround the four (4) different birth dates for Jesus of Nazareth and its importance.

To start with, did King Herod’s supposed infanticide some two years before he died in 4BCE assume the date of 6BCE for the birth of Jesus? The answer is YES.

[Many scholars have doubted if this infanticide was ever possible for a puppet king like Herod to have carried out such a gory event under the watchful eyes of the Roman presence in that area at that time. Therefore, the drama was perceived to have been introduced just to make the 6BCE mark unmistaken since Herod was known to have died, historically, at 4BCE.]

In the same vein, did the mentioning of Cyrenius as the Governor of Syria in Luke 2:2 guard a careful searcher, with additional information provided by Josephus, a supposed first-century Jewish historian, to assume 7 CE as a possible date of birth for Jesus Christ? The answer also is YES!

[There had been many arms twisting to interpret this passage to read something else. One of such is that “Cyrenius (his Latin name was Publius Sulpicius Quirinius) was governor of Syria twice, first term starting in 7 BCE? It was during the first term, not the second, that the Lord Jesus was born.” This submission has been debunked. Augustus decreed a census in 28 BCE and again in 8 BC.  8 BC is the closest census to the one Luke mentioned.  But the census of 8 BCE involved only Roman citizens whereas the decree Luke mentions says that Augustus ordered ‘all the world’ to be taxed or enrolled. During the reign of Herod, Quintilius Varus, not Cyrinius, was Governor of Syria from 6 BCE to 3 BCE. There is no evidence that Cyrinius was governor of Syria before Herod’s death in 4 BCE]

The major problem every Bible reader faces is the assumption that the Bible was inspired by God and that it is infallible. This is very wrong and it is important to get this fundamental fact right. The Bible was put together by people who wanted to force monotheism, that is, the belief that there is one God in heaven on mankind. For those who are familiar with many works on the possible visit of astronauts to the ancient world, it was these ET visitors who became the first set of the gods and goddesses that mankind knew and referred to in the ancient religions as found in Egypt, Sumer and Akkad. Also, these ideas were retained in the natural religions of Hinduism and traditional beliefs; their origin is dated to antiquity. Along the line, many humans who perform ‘extraordinary’ feats also became deified and worshipped as local gods and goddesses, thereby leading to a long list of deities across the globe.  

The two dates of 6BCE and 7CE have a difference of 13 years. This must be recognised to be what it is, a Masonic signature. This, as it shall be seen soon was to be a secret code. The likes of Dennis the Little who reconfigured the old calendars to produce the current one in the 6th century understood this hidden marking. The middle spot between the two different dates is 1CE and this was assumed as the beginning of our current calendar tagged “in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ.” Before the 6th century, the world calendars had no recognition of Jesus Christ, the saviour of the world. The implications of this singular act, however,  is that the sharp-minded searcher can now identify that there are three (3) dates of 6BC, 1CE & 7CE as the date of birth of Jesus Christ. Without beating about the bush, the simple submission by the writers of the New Testament, invariably, is that Jesus Christ was never intended to be understood as a historical person but a fictitious solar deity. No historical person would have three (3) different dates of birth. These dates did not arise as a result of a mix-up in the dating system at the turn of the millennium in the first century. The dates were carefully crafted to tell those who care to see it, that Jesus Christ was fictional.

What about the fourth birthday of 3 BCE?

There is a prophecy by Prophet Daniel (chapter 9), which states that sixty-nine weeks is allotted “from the going forth of the commandments to restore and to build Jerusalem unto Messiah the Prince” The student of Bible prophecy identified that the commands or decrees that authorized the resettlement of the Jews and the rebuilding of the temple in Jerusalem were given by three kings: Cyrus the Great (538 BCE), Darius (520 BCE) and in the seventh year of the reign of Artaxerxes (458 BCE). Sixty-nine weeks equal 483 days which a student of prophecy will interpret to be 483 years. Starting the count from the last date of Artaxerxes, the “Messiah the Prince” will be revealed to the world by 26 CE. Since Jesus of Nazareth commenced his ministry at about the age of thirty, Luke 3:23, his birth will, therefore, be circa 3 BCE. The same prophecy says he shall be cut off during the week (7 prophetic years), the middle of that is 3 or 3½ years. Therefore, he was supposed to have died at the age of thirty-three (33).

The reader must also take note of the fact that the number “33” is another Masonic symbol. Many items on the America Great Seal are grouped in 13s and the number of feathers on the Eagles wing is 33. Are these symbols related or mere coincidence?

The prophecy in Daniel 9 appears to be very formidable, perfect and dependable in unfolding the divine plan of God concerning the arrival of the “Messiah the Prince” in the first century. However, this prophecy came with a caveat and this can be found in the first two opening verses of the chapter:

“In the first year of Darius the son of Ahasuerus, of the seed of the Medes, which was made king over the realm of the Chaldeans; In the first year of his reign, I Daniel understood by books the number of the years, whereof the word of the LORD came to Jeremiah the prophet, that he would accomplish seventy years in the desolations of Jerusalem.”

There are two blatant lies in these verses:

  1. Darius the son of Ahasuerus, of the seed of the Medes, does not exist in history.
  2. The Jews never spent seventy years in Babylonia Captivity.

It can, therefore, be seen that the writer has left a caveat to indicate that the content of this chapter must be handled with utmost care and it cannot be trusted following the faulty double entries.

What is the importance of Denis Exigenus’s work?

The writers of the Bible had no intention to promote the One God phenomenon because they want mankind to love God. Rather, they were primarily concerned about how to establish a religious system that they can control. When you control people’s belief, you control them ultimately. People are therefore made to believe that they serve the one-God not knowing that this idea was created by the Extraterrestrial beings who had colonized the Earth a long time before man was created. The ancient Sumerian and Babylonia text reveal that the ETs created mankind from the Apes of Africa. If this statement confuses you, it is because you are not familiar with the content of the aforementioned sources.

In the sixth century, the Septuagint version of the Jewish scripture outlived its usefulness after it had successfully midwived the delivery of the Angel-Messiah in the first century, at least on papers. When the chronology in the said version expired in the sixth century as its date reached 6,000 AM, Anno Mundi, there was the need to revert to the Hebrew version which still had unspent period resulting from variance in chronology they both contained. The work of Dionysius Exiguus or Dennis the Little, the Catholic monk who worked at the Vatican, was to come up with a revised calendar. By adopting 1 CE as the beginning of the Age of Pisces, they successfully misled those who watched and interpreted time. The current year of 2019, therefore, reads 5779 AM in the Jewish calendar – Anno Mundi, “in the year of creation”. The 1 CE, therefore, makes 3,760 BCE as the date and time when mankind was created – this is another blatant lie.

In the least, the work of Dennis the Little recognises that history begins in Sumer circa 3,670 BCE. A more comprehensive history, however, shows that the first three major human civilisations were: The Sumerian, the ancient Egyptian and the Sumer-Akkadian between 4,180  to 2,020 BCE headed by Enlil, Enki (Ptah) and Inanna (Ishtar) respectively. This was the Age of Taurus (Bull). Polytheism was the original and traditional beliefs because the ET gods and goddesses were the first “God” known to the primitive people of the ancient world. In the Age of Aries (Goat), circa 2,020 BCE downwards, the world was moved from polytheism to henotheism and Marduk with his son Nabu were the principal deities ruling from Babylon. The rest of all the Sumerian deities were relegated to the back seat during this era. This was contained in the Enûma Eliš (the Babylonia creation story) and the memories retained in the Akitu festival. As a vexation against the henotheism of Marduk, a chief deity in the person of Enlil went for the Jews and became their Yahweh. Enlil, instead of henotheism of Marduk, went further to write a glowing history for the Jews and called their religion monotheism although every element of henotheism is still prevalent in the Jewish Scripture. 

Why was it necessary that the date of birth of Jesus of Nazareth would be bastardized to give the likes of Dennis the appropriate cue to fix 1 CE?

It is because the writers of the Bible were staunch astrologers and Sun worshippers. Hence, it was nothing for them to discredit and demystify the supposed saviour of the world as long as the memory of their control and determination of the borders between one Age and another is kept intact. In the Book of Daniel (8:14) it is said that “and unto two thousand three hundred days and the then sanctuary shall be cleansed.” Could the 2300 days of Daniel correspond to 2300 CE of the modern time? Does this date signify the expiry date for monotheism – a time frame for religious war centered around Christianity versus Mohammedanism over the Jewish land in the Middle East? If Jesus Christ cannot be proven to be a historical person, yet, the story was preserved in the Holy Qur’an; this means only one thing – the same source authored the two books. 

When other factors are put into consideration such as the appropriate input from Maya Long Count calendar, the time is up for all these falsehood to be “cleansed” or dissolved. The world is living on borrowed time.

Tunji Adeeko.

I am the author of two books:

THEY LIED TO USUnveiling How Christianity and Islam Religions Were Forged!


A books is available on kindle unlimited and paperback on Amazon.

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