The Talmud of Jmmanuel

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This section is not from an official FIGU publication and has been variably sourced.

Fictitious artists illustration of one of the pages from the four rolls which contained many leaves or pages of Aramaic writing. They were obviously old and fragile but legible, roughly 30cm by 40cm in size, made of very thin, translucent parchment or of papyrus. They were destroyed in an Israeli bombing, no Physical Evidence available.[citations needed]

Jerusalem, 1963 - A Greek Catholic priest, Isa Rashid, discovers a small cave in the slope of a nearby hill. His Swiss friend, "Billy" Eduard Albert Meier, removes the rubble partially obscuring the entryway, crawls inside, and exhumes a set of ancient scrolls wrapped in animal skin and encased in a dry, crumbly resin. Upon their examination, faded yet fully legible pages of Aramaic text reveal a 2,000-year-old biographical narrative of a man named Jmmanuel who devoted his life to teaching about the true nature of the universe, the immortality of the human spirit through reincarnation, and a way of life that is liberating and free from the illogical constraints of human greed and lust for power.

And this is the book that none of the major religions want you to read. Having translated 36 chapters of the scrolls from Aramaic to German, Isa Rashid ultimately paid with his life when he and his family were assassinated by the powers that be but not before 36 chapters were sent to his friend in Switzerland, who then assembled the text into the form presented in this book. (Meier's publishing of the Talmud Jmmanuel has been partially responsible for the 21 attempts on his own life.)

Discover what truly happened to Jmmanuel during his forty days and forty nights "in the desert." Learn who his real betrayer was and how he survived his brutal 'crucifixion'. And read his ominous prophecies (some already fulfilled) for the current times, his teachings about the human spirit and the self-determined path of human evolution - the true meaning of our lives.

The name 'Jmmanuel' is mentioned, with different spellings, in the Old Testament, Isaiah 7:14: "Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign. Behold, a young woman shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Imman'u-el." And we find it again in the New Testament, Matthew 1:23: "Behold, a virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and his name shall be called Emmanuel." For further information regarding the genuineness of the Talmud Jmmanuel, please see the extensive research of James Deardorff at and related links at

For selected excerpts see the section below.

...[it] could have one day revealed the untruthfulness of the Christian sect and all other sects and religions associated with it. But there still exists a good quarter of the script in the German version, and it will also be sufficient to bring the truth to light and to free the human being from a deadly delusion.

Semjase, Contact Report 7, February 1953

Please read Contact Report 501 because it explains that the TJ (fourth edition) contains many errors that were made by Isa Rashid during the translation from Aramaic to German and which were not corrected until the fifth edition. The 5th edition was published only in the German language in May 2011. There have been no announcements to translate the entire book into English again however watch this wiki for details of some of the corrections.

Selected Excerpts from the 3rd Edition

FIGU Forum - Questions Answered By Billy

If Judas Iscariot is the author of the Talmud Jmmanuel, why isn't his name on the cover?

From the FIGU Forum (Questions Answered by Billy):

If Judas Iscariot is the author of the Talmud Jmmanuel, why isn't his name on the cover?

ANSWER: Hi Mario,

The printed version is not the exact original written down by Judas Iscariot, but a translation by Isa Rashid that has been revised (not altered!) by Billy (he added/inserted the code).[1]

Why is it that an act of divorce will go against the laws of nature?

From the FIGU Forum (Questions Answered by Billy):

In the TJ, chapter 20 talking about marriage: "What has been joined together in this way, let no human being separate, because it is against the laws of nature".

Why is it that an act of divorce will go against the laws of nature?

As divorce is very very common nowadays, I need strong logical reasons in backing up this concept.

ANSWER:Hi Savio,

This relates to true love ("empfindungsmässige Liebe", in contrast to "gefühlsmässige Liebe"). True love cannot be destroyed, and those who are dwelling in this deep and highly-evolved form of love shall not be hampered and be harmed in order to separate the persons. (To do so is an act against the laws of nature.)

The normal case within marriages is feeling-related love, which is quite superficial and is in danger to be dissolved anytime if it is not deep enough. This love form is normally based on and triggered by thoughts, sexual attractions, etc.[2]

(FOM Note: Goblet of the Truth has a section on relationships, marriage and divorce)

Healing oneself with the power of the spirit and consciousness

From the FIGU Forum (Questions Answered by Billy):

Hi Billy, This is a follow up question to one of my previous questions. In chapter 21 of the TJ, Jmmanuel said,

"And when you are knowledgeable and live in the truth of wisdom, your spirit and your consciousness will be filled with infinite power. Then everything you command or ask for in prayer, you will receive if you trust in it."

How can I use these principles to heal my Spinal Cord Injury?

ANSWER: Hi Norm,

In principle it is possible to use these forces/energies/laws, but in order to become capable for this you would have to devote your entire life to this goal (besides possessing the knowledge of "how to do it").[3]

(FOM Note: see Placebo)

The Letter From Isa Rashid to Billy

Source unknown - citations needed.

The Letter From Isa Rashid

Hinwil, September 20, 1974 - 'Billy' Eduard Albert Meier, editor

265 Letter from Isa Rashid

Poste Restante Baghdad, September 14, 1974

Head Post Office

Baghdad, IRAQ

Dear friend Billy:

I am sorry, dear friend, for not having written so long and for not being able to send you additional translations of the scrolls. That has its reason in my fears which unfortunately have come true now.

As I always told you, 1 was prepared that one day I would be persecuted on account of the discovered scrolls. That has happened now. Just barely was I able to flee from Jerusalem with my family. Now I am staying with good friends in Baghdad where, however, I cannot stay long and must move on soon. Where to, I don't know yet, bur I will notify you as soon as possible.

I have been persecuted by two different groups, both Christians and Jews, which was to be anticipated, because the scrolls are not favourable towards either religion. After my lucky escape a misfortune struck me, which cannot be made undone. First I fled from Jerusalem to Lebanon and stayed there at a refugee camp with my family. But there the Jews located me and, with their military, attacked the camp, which resulted in many deaths. Only with great difficulty my family and I escaped the massacre and we were able to flee once more. But unfortunately all scrolls got lost and they are no longer in my possession. I believe they all burned when the Jews destroyed the homes by fire, but maybe they fell into the hands of the Jews?

Then the Israelis announced that they had undertaken a punitive action against Palestinian guerrillas. However, in reality, they, together with some people from the Christian church, were after me and my scrolls. By means of the alleged punitive action they were now able to cover up and falsify the actual reason and purpose of their venture. And because of the disappearance of the original scrolls, any proof is missing that the New Testament of the Bible is an outrageous lie whereby mankind is condemned.

Dear friend, unfortunately these are the latest bare facts and I do hope that you and your family will not meet with the same fate as I. After all, you do have 36 chapters of the Talmud Jmmanuel and they do represent an immense danger to Christianity, the Jewish faith, Islam and other religions. Therefore be very cautious and see to it that those few existing teachings of Jmmanuel will not get lost. They are really too valuable. I for my part do withdraw from the whole matter because I cannot endanger my family even more. Therefore keep my name and everything else a secret on the occasion of publication. I entreat you to do so. I know that I can always rely on you and thank you for it. You will hear further news from me on occasion and I am sending you my best regards, also from my family - Isa Rashid.

Isa Rashid - The Translator Of The Talmud Of Jmmanuel

Excerpts from 'The Talmud Jmmanuel explanations'

PDF in Downloads.

The new edition of the TJ has about twice as many pages as the old one, because the spiritual level Arahat Athersata and Ptaah had asked Billy to add extensive explanations to the new edition, which are necessary to understand the TJ in its entirety.

The scroll, on which the TJ is based, was written by Judas Ischkerioth (This is the correct spelling of the disciple’s surname). Judas Ischkerioth was the only disciple of Jmmanuel capable of reading and writing. However, he only wrote down a small part of Jmmanuel’s teaching, because it was too extensive for him. But Jmmanuel did not worry about it because he knew that the prophet of the New Age would write down the teaching of the prophets, which Billy has done in the ‘OM’ and the ‘Goblet of the Truth’.

Some points of interest:

  • Jmmanuel had male and female disciples, but the female disciples were totally ignored by the Christian religion (and Isa Rashid), even though the female disciples outnumbered the male disciples.
  • According to the spiritual level, Arahat Athersata, Jmmanuel was not nailed to a cross; instead he was nailed to a Y-shaped tree trunk/pole by two small groups around the Pharisees, some high priests and Judas Ishariot’s father, and not by the god-believers (Jewish people).
  • During the translation of the scroll, Isa Rashid used old-fashioned Christian terms, therefore things were not portrayed correctly. Also, he omitted certain facts that did not fit into the preconceptions he had as a lay-priest. The Plejaren were aware of it, but as Ptaah explained to Billy in Contact Report 501, in September 2010, they did not say anything back then, because through a probability-foresight (Möglichkeits-Vorausschau) they thought that the complete and correct translation would only increase the attacks on Billy’s life and that most likely he would not have survived.


Some errors/falsifications by Isa Rashid:

  • He did not translate the term JHWH correctly. He translated it as ‘God’ when it should have been ‘Jschwisch’, which means ‘King of Wisdom’ (Weisheitskönig).
  • In the scroll, Jmmanuel’s mother was referred to as “junge Frau” (= young woman), which Isa Rashid however translated with “Jungfrau” (= virgin). (FOM note: All Earth humans with a life expectancy of 100 years from the perspective of the Plejaren are considered of child age and learning development, see Contact Report 184 lines 41 - 72)
  • In regard to the ‘Feeding of the Five Thousand’ (chapter 16), the old TJ claims that Jmmanuel divided 5 loaves of bread and 3 fish in order to feed 5000 people/listeners. According to the Plejaren records however, initially 253 human beings had listened to Jmmanuel, but most of them had wandered off again, so in the end Jmmanuel fed 51 persons, including himself and his disciples. (TJ, p. LXIII) And according to the new TJ (p. 135), Jmmanuel had 15 loaves of bread and 30 fish for this.

Excerpts from 'Discovery of the Talmud of Jmmanuel'

PDF in Downloads.

Scholars problems with the Talmud Jmmanuel.
New Testament scholars cannot be made interested in the TJ because:

  • It's heretical in several ways;
  • Its originals are no longer extant;
  • It indicates that certain gospel events were UFO related, and the UFO topic is taboo for scholars to discuss openly in print or on the Web;
  • It is connected with an alleged UFO contactee, and as noted above, many ufologists shun contactees;
  • It is sensational, and scholars tend to shy away from the sensational, or from what they perceive as radical;
  • It contains certain verses that, if taken out of context, may seem pro-Aryan or anti-Judaistic, and may be misconstrued as anti-Semitic;
  • It indicates that Jmmanuel had been a long-range prophet, not just short-range; and
  • It indicates that the Gospel of Matthew had come first, not Mark.

Major Biblical problems and questions the TJ allows us to solve.
It is handy to have a list of the major Biblical problems for which the TJ allows us to deduce true solutions. Although the Mt-TJ verse comparisons include some of these, they mainly present the minor discrepancies and problems within the Gospel of Matthew with which scholars are primarily concerned. The major questions are what most concern the non-scholar or layperson.

  • Is Genesis 6:1-2 more than just a metaphor:
    When men began to multiply on the face of the ground, and daughters were born to them, the sons of God saw that the daughters of men were fair; and they took to wife such of them as they chose.
  • Were the gospels written by the men whose names are attached to them? Who wrote the source for the first Gospel? Why weren't the Gospels referred to by name prior to about mid-2nd century?
  • What gave rise to the tradition that the Gospel of Mark is connected to the disciple Peter?
  • Was there something to the "immaculate conception?" Was the angel Gabriel, who figures prominently in Luke 1:26-38, involved with it?
  • Why does Luke imply that the year of birth of Jesus/Jmmanuel was in A.D. 6 while Matthew implies it was a year or two before 4 B.C.? Which gospel is correct?
  • Why was his name said to be Jesus if the Isaiah prophecy was for a messiah with the name Immanuel?
  • Why do so many biblical events seem like they involve UFOs and ETs? This includes the star of Bethlehem, the angels, whether seen in dreams or real life, the voice coming down from the heavens during the baptism at the river Jordan, and the Ascension.
  • Why do the Old Testament and Matthew portray God as a male being, who can wrestle with Jacob or sit on his throne, while in the Gospel of John (4:24) "he" is spirit? Is God a physical, humanoid male or a spiritual consciousness?
  • Were all or most of those miraculous healings by Jesus/Jmmanuel actually real? How could he do it? Why does Matthew's version of the healings usually read like a remembered version of events, with some details forgotten, in comparison with Mark's version?
  • Why do some Gospel verses indicate that the "kingdom of God/heaven" is a present place in the sky, while others indicate it is a future realm to be?
  • Why are there some verses in Matthew that imply Jesus/Jmmanuel was speaking about reincarnation? And why are there other verses that sound like admonitions based upon karma?
  • Why do some Gospel verses say that Jesus/Jmmanuel would come again soon, or the End Days would be soon, while others indicate that the end would not come until much later?
  • Why does the Holy Communion sacrament of bread and wine (body and blood) so strongly resemble the ancient ritual stemming from Mithraism?
  • What was the true significance of the sign of Jonah (Jonah in the "whale")?
  • How were the detailed words of Jesus/Jmmanuel within the Gospels known in those circumstances when no witnesses were around to hear them?
  • How can we explain the betrayal of Jesus/Jmmanuel by Judas Iscariot for a mere 30 pieces of silver when, as treasurer of the Twelve, he would frequently have collected much more than that?
  • How does one account for the appearances of Jesus/Jmmanuel to his disciples after his entombment, with a body having crucifixion wounds partially healed, and with an appetite for eating fish?
  • Why did Saul/Paul, before his conversion, pursue and persecute the disciples if he had never met Jesus/Jmmanuel or heard him teach? How did Saul know, during his conversion event, that it was really Jesus/Jmmanuel who was speaking to him, if he had never heard his voice before, and was blinded by the light? How come the men with Saul also heard the voice, on the Road to Damascus?
  • Why are there so many traditions indicating that Jesus/Jmmanuel, along with mother Mary and Judas-Thomas, travelled through Anatolia and eastward to India and Kashmir, in years following the crucifixion?

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