Controversial New Book Tells How Jesus Was Actually Impaled On The Cross And Why This Truth Had To Be Covered-Up

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The mysteries surrounding Jesus’ crucifixion have now been solved by Sacramento Bible researcher Burt Wilson, a former teacher and member of the Board of Trustees of the Philosophical Research Society in Los Angeles. His new book, “The Crucifixion Cover-up,“ casts a whole new light on the actual method used to crucify Jesus and why an elaborate cover-up of the truth was later necessary.

"The Crucifixion Cover-up" by Burt Wilson

Wilson says it was an impalement from back to front underneath the pelvic bone which supported Jesus’ body on the cross.

It was necessary to cover up the true nature of crucifixion during the reign of Constantine I, Wilson says, because the people of Rome were leery of accepting Jesus as a “living Son of God” because they were not used to having their historic Gods allow the Crucifixion of their own God-sons. In all popular myths, the Gods intervened and saved their sons from harm.

“Roman citizens knew exactly what crucifixion was really about,” Wilson says, “and the idea of a ‘living God’ on earth being subjected to such inhuman cruelty in order to die for their sins was too much guilt for them to bear. Imagine a crucifix on the wall with a steel shaft sticking out from Jesus’ belly!“

Wilson says the truth was "revised" with a story that was less cruel and which, after three generations, would become the Veritas Catholica--the Catholic truth.

“The Crucifixion Cover-up” is available at,, and can be ordered from Wilson’s website at


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