INRI (I Need Resuscitation Immediately) I Cannot Breath!

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INRI (I Need Resuscitation Immediately) I Cannot Breath!

I have previously stated that the Gospel of John could not have been written by John apostle to Jesus aka the brother of James and the son of Zebedee as the book of John was written probably 50-years after his death c. 95-100 CE. Yet, Christians today say ‘It is finished’ are the famous last words of Jesus. Which, cannot be proved, as any of the other earlier synoptic gospels are absent of such a saying. The same can be said, for Mary the mother of Jesus being at his side when he died, yet the synoptic gospels say that Mary the mother of Jesus was absent from the crowd that was looking on from afar. With looking on from afar being the operative word meaning looking on from the next valley. So who took this supposed statement? The only people there were a couple or three Romans to carry out the execution. If Jesus did utter anything, it would have been gibberish to the non-speaking Aramaic Romans. For the crowd of many women were there beholding from afar.  It is only in John 19:25 that we hear that Mary was at Jesus’ side.

Jesus would have needed a huge booming loud hailer, for them to hear the whispers of a man dying of suffocation. As Jesus hangs on the cross, the weight of His body pulls down on the diaphragm. And the air moves into His lungs and remains there. Jesus must push up on His nailed feet (causing more pain) to exhale.

Normally, to breathe in, the diaphragm (the large muscle that separates the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity) must move down. This enlarges the chest cavity, and air automatically moves into the lungs (inhalation). To exhale the diaphragm rises up, which compresses the air in the lungs and forces the air out (exhalation). As Jesus hangs on the cross. The weight of His body pulls down on the diaphragm, air moves into His lungs and remains there. Jesus must push up on His nailed feet (causing more pain) to exhale.

*In order to speak, air must pass over the vocal cords during exhalation. The Gospels note that Jesus spoke seven times from the cross, saying:

  1. Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do. Luke 23:34
  2. Today you will be with me in paradise. Luke 23:43

      3. Woman, behold, thy son! Behold, thy mother! John 19:26–27

  1. My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? Matthew 27:46 and Mark 15:34
  2. I thirst. John 19:28
  3. ‘It is finished.’ John 19:30
  4. Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit. Luke 23:46

**The difficulty surrounding exhalation leads to a slow form of suffocation. Carbon dioxide builds up in the blood, resulting in a high level of carbonic acid in the blood. The body responds instinctively, triggering the desire to breathe. At the same time, the heart beats faster to circulate available oxygen. The decreased oxygen (due to the difficulty in exhaling) causes damage to the tissues, and the capillaries begin leaking watery fluid from the blood into the tissues. This results in a build-up of fluid around the heart (pericardial effusion) and lungs (pleural effusion). The collapsing lungs, failing heart, dehydration, and the inability to get sufficient oxygen to the tissue suffocates the victim. The decreased oxygen also damages the heart itself (myocardial infarction) leads to cardiac arrest. In severe cases of cardiac stress, the heart can even burst, a process known as cardiac rupture.6 Jesus most likely died of a heart attack.

*&**Under the heading Matthew 27:33-56 et al. 6th paragraph down from heading in link 

It is quite clear that the authors of the Gospels made stories up and did not know the anatomical of the human body. What do you say?

Keep safe!


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