Found in 2000, Gabriel's Revelation, also called Hazon Gabriel or the Jeselsohn Stone, is a three-foot-tall (one metre) stone tablet with 87 lines of Hebrew text written in ink, containing a collection of short prophecies written in the first person and dated to sometime within the 1st century BC.
Amazingly, one of the prophesies specifically foretells of a man who would be would be killed by the Romans and be resurrected in three days. This would be a prophesy written up to 100 years before the time of Y’shua, Jesus, just as the Romans were beginning to expand their empire into the Middle East.
As a side note, for those who deny the scriptural evidence, try looking into Isaiah 53 and Psalm 22, as starters.
So, next time someone tries to tell you that Y'shua, Jesus, and his followers, tried to introduce a new type of Messiah or a new line of cultural or religious thought into the Jewish culture, during the 1st century, remind them of the Hazon Gabriel, and remind them of their true Jewish Roots.
... and that's what you'll find, When You Search For The Truth.