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This is the original Greek text, VATICAN MANUSCRIPT #1209, photographically reproduced, thus, eliminating any chance for error. This is the MANUSCRIPT that was used when translating the New Testament Into English

In Greek, as In most foreign languages, the word sequence is far different, thus a little confusing to those accustomed to reading only in English. For this reason, in the adjoining right hand column, the word sequence has been changed but only to make It easier for you to read. Occasionally, where it could be done without changing the meaning in any way, your editor has taken the liberty of onittting or adding a word here and there to improve sentence construction. So to be exact,word for word, use the interlineary translation,

Greek is called the emphatic language because each word has only one meaning, not several, as is so often the case in English.

(cti admin note; I am puting the translation up. If I find someone to do the Greek I will add it later. 1. And there was a man of the Pharisees, whose name was Nicodemus, a ruler of the Judeans.

2. He came to him by night and said to him "Rabbi, we know Thou art a teacher come from God; for no one could work these signs that thou do, unless God be with him"

3. Jesus answered and said to him indeed, I assure thee, If any one be not BORN FROM ABOVE he cannot see the Kingdom of God.

4. Nicodemus says to Him, "How can a man be born, being old? Can he enter a second time into his mother's womb and be born?".

5.Jesus answered, "Truly indeed I say to thee, if any one be not born of Water and Spirit, he cannot enter the Kingdom of God."

6. That which has been born of the Flesh is Flesh; and that which has been born of the Spirit is Spirit

7. Do not wonder because I said to thee. YOU MUST BE BORN FROM ABOVE.

8. The Spirit breathes where it will. and thou hearest its voice, but thou knowest not from whence it comes, or where it goes; thus it is with everyone who has been born out of the Spirit.

9. Nicodemus answered and said to Him, "How can these things be?".

1O. Jesus answered and said to him, "Art thou a teacher from Israel, and knowest not these things ?

11. "Most assuredly, I tell thee that what we know, we speak of, and to that which we have seen we testify; but you do not accept our testimony".

12. If I told you of EARTHLY things and you do not believe, how will you believe if I tell you of HEAVENLY things:?"

13. And no one has ascended up into Heaven except the Son of Man who descended from Heaven.

14. And even as Moses raised aloft the serpent in the desert, so will the Son of Man be placed on high.

15. that every one believing into Him may have everlasting life.

16. For God so loved the world that He gave His Son, the Only- Begotten, that all who believed into Him, may not perish and would obtain everlasting life.

17. For God sent not his Son into the world that He might judge,but that the world through Him might be saved.

18. He beliving into Him is not judged, but he who does not belive HAS BEEN JUDGED ALREADY. Judged because he has not believed into the name of the only begotten Son of God.

19. And this is the judgement. That the light has come into the world bur men loved the darkness rather than the light, for thier works were EVIL.

20. For everyone who does vile things, hates the light, that his evil deeds may not be detected.

21. But he who loves the truth comes to the light, so his good works may be manifested, that they have been done by God.

22. After this Jesus and his disciples went into the terrirory of Judea, there he remained with them and was immersing.


We have privided the Greek translations. You will find that the word JEW was never used in the Bible until the English translators inserted it.
The word was "Judean" and merely meant a resident of the land of Juda. The White Race had been predominant there, at one time, before the Babylonian captivity, but that was 600 years before the time of Christ

Remember that the Babylonians removed only the Israelites (White People) out of the land of Juda. The great masses of mongrels living there, the Canaanites, Hittites, Perizzites, Girgashites, Amorites and Jubusites (and of course some Negros) were not molested by the Babylonians. God had commanded the people of Israel, 1500 years before the time of Christ, to destroy all these evil people and leave none of them alive, or at least drive them out of the land, because they were an evil and satanic mongrel multitude that needed to be destroyed. And God promised: if the Israelites did not drive out and destroy these inhabitants from the land of Canaan ..."then it shall come to pass, that those that ye let remain of them shall be pricks in your eyes, and thorns in your sides, and shall vex you in the land wherein ye dwell"(Nu. 33: 55.)That promise was made 3500 years ago, and because we did not destroy them then, thier decendants have pestered us and been pricks in our sides ever since. Those few people of the tribe of Juda and a few Levites, who returned to Juda after Babylonian captivity, were immediatly outnumbered by the satanic mongerls still living there. and to make matters worse, the Israelites even brought some mongrel satanic Babylonians with them. But the small number of Benjaminites, who also returned from Babylon, were forced to settle in Galilee, and so escaped the general mongrelization, that went on in Juda. But 500 years of mongrelization, in Juda proper, left virtually no pure blooded people of Juda remaining there. Fortunately the vast majority of Judah had joined the Israelites in their general migrations into Europe and so escaped absorption into the satanic and colored blood lines.

Your misguided pastor often quotes John 4: 9 to prove that Christ was a Jew. But the Samaritan woman did not say Christ was a "Jew" - she said "Judean."

Check the Greek spelling with the word "Judean" in the last verse, John 3: 22. Only the last two letters are changed to denote Judean land or territory, not person. Perhaps a good rule of thumb to follow is that whenever Christ is talking to or about the "Jews," He identifies them, so use the word JEW if you wish, remembering, however, the word did not even exist when the Greek text was written.

In the Hort and Westcott interlinear translation (also from the Greek) they insert the modern word, JEW, in John 3: 1, probably because Christ identified Nico- demus as a Pharisee, a member of the sect, living in Juda at that time, who later became known as Jews. Nicodemus was a member of the very influential religious sect known as Pharisees, but the Pharisees had been infiltrated and taken over by mongrels of satanic blood, who in later years claimed descent from the Pharisees and identified themselves as Jews. However, Nicodemus and Gamaliel and Joseph of Arimathea were three good men, of pure Adamic-israel stock, who also belonged to the Pharisees and were members of the powerful Sanhedrin. But the pure white people of Judah still living in the land of Juda, during the time of Christ's ministry, was infinitesimally small, and so Nicodemus, Gamaliel and Joseph of Arimathea were always overwhelmingly outnumbered and out- voted in the Sanhedrin.

Christ said to His own people, the pure white descendants of Adam, "Unto you it is given to know the mysteries of THE KINGDOM OF GOD: but to others in parables; that seeing they might not see, and hearing they might not understand" (Luke 8: 10). Speaking of the non-Israelites, the non-whites of His day, Christ said, "Therefore speak I to them in parables: because they seeing see not; and hearing they hear not, neither do they understand" (Matt. 13: 13). But Jesus talked with Nicodemus at length and in considerable detail about THE KINGDOM OF GOD, and He didn't talk to him in parables. But the satanic, mongrel Pharisees would have been just as incapable of understanding the principles of the kingdom of God as a rock or stone or piece of deadwood, and Christ would never have wasted His time in such a futile conversation with them. But Nicodemus was a pureblood Israelite possessing the gift of the Holy Spirit, therefore he could understand Christ's explanation, and Christ gave him the facts.

There is another thought which one should keep in mind at this point: The Book of Nicodemus, or "The Gospel of Nicodemus," formerly called the "Acts of Pontius Pilate," was considered sacred by Christians during the first 400 years after the birth of Christ, but was not included in the New Testament by its compilers. This "fifth" Gospel, which gives us the only detailed account of what Christ actually did between His Crucifixion and Resurrection, is a beautiful story, and bears every evidence of being an inspired book of Scripture, written under direction and command of God Himself.

Christ very patiently explains to Nicodemus that there are two separate and distinct types of people on this earth: those who are born of flesh, will remain flesh; and those who are born of Spirit (God's Spirit), will remain Spirit. Only the Spirit Man (Adamic Race) were with their Father in Heaven before this Parth was RE-FORMED after the "VOID" described in Genesis- 1: 2. THEY and ONLY THEY descended to earth. THEY and ONLY THEY will ascend to Heaven and regain their rightful place with their Father.

When ministers mistakenly preach, "you must be born again," they mean anyone, any race can be accepted, merely by turning over a new leaf, and leading a good Christian life. This is pure fallacy, dogma carried down through the years. Christ states, very clearly, another qualification is necessary: you must be White, pure Adamic stock. YOU MUST BE BORN FROM ABOVE. Christ never said "you must be born again." The word "Adam" itself means "Whiteman - to show blood in the face."