Saturday, 26 March 2011

Jesus Waiting for Easter

I think we ought to be patient a little longer...

In late January three different videos fortunately viewed some sort of craft hovering over the Dome of the Rock. It descended until some 50 feet above it, hovered, emitted a bright flash and shot upwards out of sight. Then blood-red orbs appeared overhead.

Easter is soon, so here is my theory. As Chris de Burgh taught us, Jesus Christ is a spaceman who came travelling and his mission will come once again. So the craft, having travelled billions of miles, delivered him, and at the present he is probably with a few folk relatively unknown in Jerusalem. He might be begging or cleaning the streets. Anyway, Easter is late this year but the chaps did pretty well considering the distance they travelled and they had to be early rather than late. The arrival will declare himself on a special programme introduced by the attractive scholar Dr Francesca Stavrakopoulou after the repeat of her programme about God's wife (surely Mary Magdalene?).

1 comment:

Rachel Marszalek said...

like your pseudo-translation of the gospel for a post-modern context...