Cleopatra VII was crowned Ptolemaic Queen of Egypt in 51 BC at the ripe young age of nineteen.
She wore exotic make-up, fragrant perfumes and a blue wig over her bronze colored hair which gave
her a spellbinding, Goddess-like aura. Like her Macedanian Greek ancestors, Cleopatra inherited a
lust for power and she was willing to seduce, marry or kill for the throne. Her obsession with power
had no limits. Ultimately, her dream was to become world empress. To fulfill that dream, she seduced
and bewitched two of the most powerful men alive - Julius Caesar and Mark Anthony.
SON OF GOD
Modern history books describe Cleopatra as the last of the Pharaohs of Egypt but Ralph Ellis,
author of “Jesus: Last of the Pharaohs” alleges that “Jesus” was the last Pharaoh of Egypt. Jesus? A
Pharaoh? The historical records show that the last Pharaoh of Egypt was Caesarian who was the son
of Cleopatra and Julius Caesar. How could Jesus, the son of a carpenter and a virgin, be the son of
Cleopatra and Julius Caesar? At first glance, the claim appears to be outrageous fiction. At second
glance, it deserves more than serious consideration.
Nicknamed Caesarian or Little Caesar, Ptolemy XV Caesarian was the son of two of the most
famous and powerful parents in world history. When his mother, Cleopatra, proclaimed herself to be
the reincarnation of the virgin Goddess Isis, Caesarian became recognized as the son of a virgin
Goddess. When his father, Julius Caesar, was officially elevated to the status of God by the Roman
senate, Caesarian was recognized as the son of God and heir to God’s kingdom, the Roman Empire.
Caesarian was also recognized as the son of God in Egypt when his mother named him co-ruling
Historians place Caesarian’s birth at between 47BC and 44BC. Since Jesus was born at the
beginning of today’s Gregorian Christian calendar, then simple math proves that Caesarian couldn’t
possibly have shared a common identity with Jesus. He was at least forty-five years older than
JESUS DATE OF BIRTH
There is no existing historical or Biblical record of the actual day, month or year of Jesus’ birth.
The Gregorian Christian calendar which is used today by virtually all nations as a common world
standard was founded on an error. That error resulted from a miscalculation of Jesus’ date of birth.
How did it happen? The Julian calendar which was introduced by Julius Caesar preceded the
Christian calendar. Caesar and Cleopatra marked the beginning of the Julian calendar with the date
of birth of their first born son, Caesarian in 45BC. It remained the official calendar until 1582AD when
Pope Gregory XIII revised it by papal decree. The Pope arbitrarily decided to start our present day
‘Gregorian Christian calendar’ with the fictitious date of Jesus’ birth instead of Caesarian’s birth. To
accomplish this monumental conversion, the Pope hired a monk by the name of Dionysius Exiguus.
Dionysius was a mathematical magician who juggled dates and numbers and created a forty-five year
age gap between Caesarian and Jesus. It was decided that the birthday of Jesus would be December
25th, a date that coincided exactly with the date of birth of the Egyptian God Horus.
To fudge the numbers, Dionysius knowingly used the unreliable Roman system of dating and
“wrongly fixed Jesus’ birth at 25 December 753”. He then started the year 1 AD one week after his
fictitious date of Jesus’ birth. He then called all of the years prior to 1 AD “Before Christ” (BC). The
year 1 AD followed immediately after 1 BC. Since he didn’t put a ‘year zero’ in between 1BC and
1AD, that meant that a person born in 10 BC who died in 10 AD would die at the age of 19 instead of
20. With a nod from the Pope, the defective and doctored Gregorian Christian calendar was approved
and the truth about Jesus real date of birth was wiped from the calendar.
THE CALENDAR COVER-UP
Pope Gregory’s calendar conversion buried any suspicions about the double identity of Jesus and
Caesarian. The knowledge that Jesus was human, royal and the son of Julius Caesar and Cleopatra
posed a cataclysmic threat to the very existence of the church. The secret had to be buried and the
best hiding place was to wedge a substantial age gap between Jesus and Caesarian. Evidence for a
church cover-up can be found in the four synoptic gospels, all of which clearly confirm that Jesus was
born before the death of King Herod who died in 4 BC. The Bible’s gospel of Mathew places Jesus
birth during the reign of King Herod which was between 40BC and 4 BC. Dionysius Exiguus falsely
calculated Jesus birth at 1AD - four years after the death of Herod which proves beyond a shadow of
a doubt that his calculations were dead wrong!
The historical record places the date of birth of Caesarian at the beginning of Herod’s reign. Like
Caesarian, twelve year old Jesus was alive and well during the reign of King Herod and Roman ruler
‘Octavian’ (Caesar Augustus). The most popular way of calculating Jesus age is from a Bible quote
which states that Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist in “the fifteenth year of the reign of
Tiberius”. (Luke 3:1). This doctored Bible quote substitutes the name of Emperor Octavian’s son,
Tiberius, in place of Octavian’s name. Jesus was baptized in “the fifteenth year of the reign of
Octavian”, not Tiberius. Since Octavian’s reign as Emperor of Rome officially began in 27BC, the
fifteenth year of his reign was 12BC. It was in 12BC that Caesarian (Jesus) was baptized by John the
Baptist at the age of 33.
The church knowingly fixed the date of birth of Jesus Christ in error. By doing so, they erased the
trail of proof of Jesus and Caesarian’s shared identity. With the help of the gospel forgers,
overwriters, sanitizers and spin doctors, Biblical history was allowed to slip against secular history.
KING OF KINGS
The face of history changed when Caesarian’s father, Julius Caesar, was stabbed to death by his
inner circle of trusted men. Although Caesarian was Caesar’s legitimate son and heir, Caesar’s
eighteen year old adopted son, Octavian, seized control of Rome’s western empire. Cleopatra fought
back with the most powerful weapon in her arsenal – her seductive charm. She cast her spell on Mark
Antony who was the commander and leader of the Rome’s eastern empire. Together, they parented a
twin boy and girl named Alexander Helios and Cleopatra Selene II. The couple later had a second
boy named Ptolemy Philadephos.
Cleopatra’s dream of becoming world empress was put to the test in 31 BC. She and Mark Antony
combined their Roman and Egyptian naval fleets and battled against Octavian for control of the
Roman Empire. Octavian’s superior forces overpowered, torched and burned Mark Antony’s fleets
while Cleopatra’s ships took flight. Octavian’s victory established him as the undisputed master of
Since Caesarion was Julius Caesar’s biological son and the true and rightful heir to the Roman
Empire, he posed a serious threat to Octavian’s legitimacy as the new Roman ruler. Fearing Octavian
would invade Egypt and kill her son, Cleopatra made arrangements to send him to India. Before his
departure, she and Mark Antony officially declared Caesarian to be the King of Kings during the
Donations of Alexandria ceremony in 34BC.
Who did Cleopatra entrust the guardianship of her son Caesarian to? Who could she trust to
guarantee safe passage of her first born “King of Kings” to India? The one man she could trust was
Joseph of Arimathea. By reputation, he was one of the wealthiest men in the world and held a
prominent position in the Roman administration as 'Nobilis Decurio' - minister of mines. He owned the
largest merchant shipping fleet afloat and traversed the world's sea lanes, transporting precious
metals, stones and spices. Cleopatra was one of Joseph’s royal customers. She purchased large
quantities of “spikenard” and exotic spices from him for her perfume and cosmetics factory at En
Boquet by the Dead Sea. Who better than this powerful, influential man with his fleet of merchant
ships to safely transport her son Caesarian to India?
After another humiliating military defeat against Roman ruler Octavian on Egyptian soil, Mark
Antony committed suicide by falling on his own sword. The devastated Cleopatra locked herself in her
Mausoleum with her royal treasures and bargained with Octavian to spare the lives of her children.
She then committed suicide with a self inflicted poisonous snake bite.
While Caesarian fled to India, Cleopatra’s other three children fathered by Mark Antony (Selene,
Helios and Philadelphos) were captured by Octavian and paraded like war trophies through the
streets of Rome in chains. He then sent them to live with his sister, Octavia.
Caesarian had received the best scholastic tutoring and education the ancient world had to offer.
Alexandria’s Royal library known as “the wonder of the ancient world” had been at the boy’s disposal.
The library boasted 700,000 books in a world where books were hand-copied and rare. He learned to
speak fluent Hebrew and Aramaic and by the age of twelve, he could carry on a debate with Hebrew
philosophers and teachers.
In the Bible story, Joseph and his wife Mary took twelve year old Jesus to the annual Feast of the
Passover in Jerusalem. The young Jesus entered the temple courts and began skillfully debating with
philosophers and teachers. “Everyone who heard him was amazed at his understanding and his
answers”. (Luke 2:39-52) Was it because Jesus was the son of God or because he had received the
best scholastic tutoring and education the ancient world had to offer?
At the age of twelve, Caesarian crossed overland through Egypt and sailed on to India by
merchant ship with his parent guardians, Joseph of Arimathea and Mary of Bithynia. Traveling under
cover, Caesarian concealed his identity by changing his name to ‘Isa’ which means ‘son of Isis’. In
the Bible, there is a parallel story of thirteen year old Jesus fleeing through Egypt with Mary and
Joseph under the cover of night (Mathew 2:13-14). The Biblical Prophet Hosea wrote down God’s
words, “Out of Egypt I called my son”. (Hosea 11:1)
“Unknown Jesus” is an A&E home video documentary that examines the claims of a highly
controversial book published in 1887. The book called The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ was written
by a respected journalist named Nikolas Notovitch who traveled to the village of Hemis in Northern
India. He stopped over at an isolated Buddhist monastery hidden high in the Asian mountain tops and
gained the confidence of an elderly monk. The monk showed him ancient scrolls that tell the story of
a scholar and prophet named “Isa”. Notovitch persuaded the monk to allow his interpreter to translate
the Tibetan scrolls.
The translated scrolls describe Isa (Caesarian) as a foreigner from a Mediterranean land. The
stranger arrived in India as a teenage boy to study the teachings of the Buddha. According to the
scrolls, he lived there five hundred years after the prophet Buddha died - a time that coincides with
the seventeen missing years in which the Bible is silent about Jesus whereabouts from age thirteen to
thirty. Nikolas Notovitch was convinced that Isa was Jesus and that he later carried back to his
homeland the wisdom, principles and teachings of Buddhism.
Nearly half a century after Notovitch visited Hemis, a Hindu priest took refuge in the same Hemis
monastery in 1902. The priest also translated the scrolls and published a work which verifies the work
of Notovitch. German theologian Kersten Holger, author of “Jesus Lived in India”, claims that ancient
writings do exist from both Persia and India which verify that Jesus did, in fact, travel to India. The
proof, says Holger, lies in Jesus’ teachings which precisely mimic sacred Buddhist writings.
The Arabic word for Jesus is “Isa”. The Egyptian word is “Isu”. The Greek and Latin word for
Jesus is “Iesous”. The authenticated ancient scrolls found at the Hemis monastery near Lai in Kasmir,
document the life of Isa who arrived in India at the age of fourteen and traveled through Tibet and the
holy cities where he learned Sanskrit and Pali. The scrolls state that the priests of Brahma “taught
him to read and understand the Vedas, to cure by aid of prayer, to teach, to explain the Holy
Scriptures to the people and to drive out evil spirits from the bodies of men and restore their sanity.”
Isa (Jesus/Caesarian) began teaching, performing miracles and explaining the holy scriptures.