Christian Messiah Hoax

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The Christian Messiah Hoax was orchestrated by the Roman Flavians in conjunction with contemporary Jewish turncoats, such as Josephus, during the first century A.D. The Hoax was loosely based on the Jewish belief in a Messiah, or savior, to deliver the people from their Roman opposition. The Flavian Dynasty cleverly created texts indicating Titus Flavius, Emporer of Rome, as the messianic figure described in the New Testament text. In this way, the Jewish peoples of the day were brought into the fold of the Roman kingdom without having to defeat them militarily.