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Joseph of Arimathea, not Mary Jesus' mother, not Mary Magdalene, or any of the apostles were entrusted with the act of taking Jesus down from the cross. Most of the apostles had fled anyway. Joseph took the body and put it in his own tomb. According to various historical sources, Joseph's actions provoked both the Roman and Jewish elders and he eventually did spend time in prison for his
Joseph of Arimathea and David's Throne in Britain!
A number of legends link the boy Yeshua, and Joseph of Arimathea his uncle, with THE TIN MINES OF CORNWALL. One story relates how Yeshua and Joseph often anchored their ship in the natural harbor at THE MOUTH OF THE CAMEL RIVER to come ashore and collect water for the ship. "Nearby, is an ancient well that since olden times has been known as 'JESUS' WELL.' It was regarded as having
Mining in Cornwall and Devon Wikipedia
Mining in Cornwall and Devon, in the southwest of England, began in the early Bronze Age, around 2150 BC, and ended (at least temporarily) with the closure of South Crofty tin mine in Cornwall in 1998. Tin, and later copper, were the most commonly extracted metals.Some tin mining continued long after the mining of other metals had become unprofitable.
Joseph of Arimathea : Interfaith
The tin mines of Cornwall, on the south-west coast of England were well known to the ancients, producing vast amounts over thousands of years, the Cornish deposits being so rich that the mines only eventually closed during the twentieth century. The uncle of Jesus by the maternal line, Joseph of Arimathea was a member of the Sanhedrin, and who was responsible by bond of law for the burial of
Joseph of Arimathea and the Missing Years of Christ The
Joseph of Arimathea heard of this plan and he also in secret gave orders, and one of his great ships was fitted out with some of his things of value from the land of Judaea and his whole household was put on this ship as well as Mary the mother of Christ, and all these of this close knit group, then Joseph of Arimathea joined them on the ship. Also some of the Essenes of the Blue Tunic Army
Appendix 11: Joseph of Arimathea and the Line of Nathan
Around 1212, Robert de Borron wrote in his work Joseph of Arimathea that Jesus appeared to Joseph and gave him the “secrets of the Savior,” which were only to be shared with the “family” of the grail. This is obviously fictional, but this “family” is prevalent in the stories. “Later, as Joseph is dying, the voice of the Holy Spirit speaks to him, telling him that he has
Joseph of Arimathea Brings the Holy Grail to Glastonbury
Joseph of Arimathea . Joseph of Arimathea appears in all four canonical Gospels, described with differing details (Sanhedrin member or not, open or covert follower of Jesus) but consistently as a man who donated his own prepared tomb for the burial of Jesus. In our visit to Glastonbury, we will encounter many references to him. The local legend is that Joseph of Arimathea visited Glastonbury.
Britain, Phoenicia's Secret Treasure
The strong tradition tying Joseph of Arimathea with Glastonbury and the Phoenician tin trade with Cornwall may have strong thread of truth that ties them together. The only known sailors who came from the Eastern Mediterranean to Britain were Phoenician. Hence, the elementary conclusion is that Joseph of Arimathea, if he really made the trip(s), must have done it on Phoenician ships.
JOSEPH of Arimathea ben MATTHAT Ancestry
Joseph of Arimathea was a tin merchant according to some ancient traditions, and made many trips to Cornwall, England. According to the TALMUD Joseph was the great uncle of Jesus. Joseph the carpenter (earthly father of Jesus) apparently died in Jesus' youth and Joseph of Arimathea became the legal guardian of Jesus. Joseph the carpenter is not mentioned in the Gospels after the family's trip
Joseph of Arimathea (± -82) Genealogy Online
Joseph of Arimathea was a very wealthy tin merchant, and may have been the richest man in that part of the world at that time. He made many trips to Britain where he had tin mines. It is possible that Jesus Himself accompanied Joseph on voyages there during His childhood. Many ancient records testify to this. In 36 A.D. Joseph and Mary and other disciples were exiled from Israel in a boat
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Joseph of Arimathea was, according to the Gospels, the man who donated his own prepared tomb for the burial of Jesus after Jesus' Crucifixion. He is mentioned in all four Gospels. A native of Arimathea, Joseph of Arimathea was apparently a man of wealth, and probably a member of the Sanhedrin, which is the way bouleutēs, literally "counsellor", in Matthew 27:57 and Luke 23:50 is most often
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On this day, the Episcopal Church honors Joseph of Arimathea. In the Roman Catholic Church, the disciple who buried Jesus in his own tomb is venerated on March 17, St. Patrick's Day. The Eastern
Saint Joseph Ben Matthat Mathonwy d'ARIMATHIE :
St. Joseph of Arimathea is a fictional character in the legend of King Arthur. For the Biblical Joseph of Arimathea, see Joseph of Arimathea. The first mention of Joseph of Arimathea in connection with Britain is the 9th century Life of Mary Magdalene by Rabanus Maurus (766-856), Archbishop of Mainz. Joseph first appears as the legendary Keeper of the Holy Grail in Robert de Boron's Joseph d
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The film-makers suggest in And Did Those Feet that the young Jesus came to Britain on an educational trip with his uncle, Joseph of Arimathea.
JESUS CHRIST IN GREAT BRITAIN
Joseph of Arimathea was an uncle of the Virgin Mary, being a younger brother of her father. He gained his wealth as an importer in the tin trade, which existed between Cornwall and Phoenicia. On one of his voyages he took Our Lord with him when a boy. Our Lord either remained in Britain or returned later as a young man, and stayed in quiet retirement at Glastonbury. Here he erected for himself
Joseph of Arimathea Wikipedia
Joseph of Arimathea was, according to all four canonical gospels, the man who assumed responsibility for the burial of Jesus after his crucifixion.Because there is no historical location of Arimathaia, scholars propose "Arimathaia is probably an invented word, meaning 'Best Doctrine Town'." A number of stories that developed during the Middle Ages connect him with Glastonbury, England, where
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