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Quran. 61:6—The Praised One—אגרון section 3

Yahya Yuhanan

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According to section 3 in the work entitled אגרון Sayyidina Yahya or the Black Chief reclaims his position of rank amongst the prophets in the Quran.

He was, is, and always will be the spiritual head of the prophets. His name means life …what’s bigger than life? Leonardo Da’Vinci’s last and favorite painting was that of John the Baptist, and that’s not because  he was eating insects and honey in the woods my friends.  —Ace Knight founder of  I Love Black Art 

Here he wears the clothes and displays the symbols of his class before a background of a vast universe of shining stars, artfully depicted by the artist Toni L. Taylor, giving John a spiritual importance denied him by many centuries of scholarly neglect. It is fitting that his countenance be that of Ace Knight, one of the leaders–if not the foremost leader–of the movement to restore John to his true importance in religious history.

-Shaykh Muhammad Nur Abdus Salam  

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The Passion of the Baptist, Not the Christ By Agron Belica

The Passion of the Baptist, Not the Christ

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A well written and well thought out alternative to what was at best a problematic and most likely fictitious account of the personalities involved in the crucifixion. Belica’s evidence to support his supposition is very strong, much stronger than can be found in the new testament.

—Professor P. Dreier, Encore Music Academy

Tim King discusses John the Baptist with Author Agron Belica, Dr. Laleh Bakhtiar & Dr. Jay R. Crook

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One of the most powerful books I’ve read —Tim King Global News Centre

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John the Baptist, Not Jesus on the Cross?

"Checkmate!"

“Checkmate!”

 Global News Centre Special Report

(BOSTON) – Recent research embodied in a new book by Agron Belica invites our attention to the predicament of John the Baptist, popularly known for little more than the story of his beheading by order of Herod Antipas at the behest of a seductive dancing girl, the infamous Salome.

His book, The Passion of the Baptist, Not the Christ, arguing from the chronological and historical evidence provided by the ancient Jewish historian Josephus and the New Testament about John, demonstrates that the story of his beheading is almost certainly spurious. Comparison with the writings of Josephus gives the lie to this scenario for, as the detailed scrutiny and evaluation of Josephus’s text shows, Herod Antipas probably did not order John’s execution until 36 CE, half a dozen years later than most datings of the event of the crucifixion. Belica suggests that it was the Prophet Yahya (John the Baptist) who was placed on the cross and survived the ordeal and not Jesus, in a case of mistaken identity.

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