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  1. Aug 08, 2017 · Pope Alexander VI & Son Cesare Borgia the Face as Jesus Christ…. Cesare Borgia born 13 September 1475 or April 1476 – 12 March 1507),Duke of Valentinois, was an Italian, nobleman, politician, and cardinal.

  2. Apr 17, 2021 · ALL this would actually demonstrate is that Cesare Borgia resembled the already used depicted image of Jesus. The image of a long haired, bearded, pale Jesus had been in use for over 1000 years before the image, used by Hebrew Israelites to assert their claims, came into existence.

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  4. Many have said that Leonardo da Vinci's portraits of his supposed lover Cesare Borgia (a vile mass murderer), was painted in the images that everyone came to accept as Jesus Christ. This re-modeling was to suit the Europeans who were at war with Islam who were basically the same skin shade as the Hebrew people ( melanted ).

  5. Feb 19, 2018 · So he made certain in having all the statues, paintings, and sculptures of Jesus destroyed. The Vatican needed a makeover! And this is where we got the picture of his beloved son, Cesare Borgia, as an image of Christ. You can see the power the pope has over things to this day. Even governments submit to him, God forbid.

  6. This verse refers to Rodrigo Borgia, (Pope Alexander VI), who had the image of his son, Cesare Borgia, painted by Leonard Da Vinci and other artists to be used as the new image of Christ. With the establishment of this image, many false doctrines, ceremonies, rituals and holidays were developed as by-products which have deceived the world into believing that these practices were inspired and approved by God.

  7. Jun 29, 2017 · Stop worshipping Cesare Borgia as Jesus Christ Cesare Borgia, (nobleman, politician, cardinal 1475/6-1507) was a cruel son of Pope Alexander VI, who made him bishop and cardinal at a very early age. In 1498, Cesare became the first person in history to resign the cardinalate and he became the Duke of Valentinois.

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