-A man named Heli, who you then give some Roman name like Alexander Helios III. Sorry, lemme stop you there. You've inserted a Ronan into the line of a Jewish family. The Jews, by definition did not mix, so this idea basically means her house is cut off from the genealogy. She's a non-Jew if this hapens. It is Eli, not Heli, and definitely not Alexander Helios III.
From “The Ancestors of Jesus in First and Second Century Judea BCE”
By Robert Mock M.D.
Chapter Two we learn that this young maiden, Miriam, was a child of sorrow. Her father, Heli, a Davidic and Hasmonean prince, called Alexander Helios III, was apparently executed, in the world where many Davidian aspirants, as the “young lions of Judah”, were eliminated by the cruel and tyrannical King Herod the Great., Etc.
A son of the famous Boethus family of seven sons, Mary’s great-great-great grandfather, arrived into Jewish history as one of the giants of the priests of the House of Zadok. The High Priest Hananeel (Ananelus) the Egyptian/Jew was privileged to sacrifice one of the nine red heifers before the temple of Herod was destroyed in 70 AD.
The great grandfather of the biblical Jesus was Yehoshua/Jesus III, who was the high priest in Jerusalem from 36 to 23 BC and is believed to have been murdered at the orders of Herod the Great. The sonless Yehoshua, had three daughters, Joanna, Elizabeth and Anna/Hanna, whose mother was from the tribe of Asher.
Knowing that his Zadokian lineage would become extinct unless his daughters were placed with future husbands according to the Torah, he married them off to chosen husbands.
Joanna, was betrothed to Joachim from the non-royal genetic lineage of David. The second daughter of Yehoshua III, was Elizabeth. This was the Elizabeth, who, at a very advanced age was to become the mother of John the Baptist in 7 BC, a year before the birth of Jesus and some 16 years after the death of her father ‘Yehoshua/Jesus III,’ in 23 BC, and she was betrothed to a Levite priest by the name Zacharias of the priestly course of Abijah.
The young Davidian prince Heli, [Alexander Helios III] the son, or adopted son of Mattathias ben Levi, was chosen by Yehoshua/Jesus III the high priest in Jerusalem, as the candidate to marry his daughter Hanna/Anna.
Jehoshua III, the High Priest until 23 BC, is supposed to have died three years before the birth of his grand-daughter ‘Mary.’ If it was his death that ended his period as high priest in Jerusalem in the year of 23 BC, this would mean that Mary was born in 20 BC, the same year as the birth of Philip the son of Herod and his young Jewess wife, ‘Cleopatra.’
Therefore, Mary would have been 7 years old when her father Heli was murdered in 13 BC, and 14 years old when she gave birth to Jesus, who was born in 6 BC, two years before the death of Herod the Great in 4 BC, making Mary about 47 years old when Jesus, the first of her three biological sons, was crucified.
There are two men from around this period, who were named ‘Alexander Helios III’, one was the son of Cleopatra and Mark Anthony, who was adopted out after the suicidal deaths of his parents, with absolutely no historical evidence of what may have happened to him, the other, was the son (Or adopted son) of Mattathias=Mattat and his wife Esther of Jerusalem, also known as Queen Alexandra II, a close friend of Cleopatra the Queen of Egypt and the mother of Alexander Helios III, and his sister Mariamne, who is the mother of Aristobulus and another Alexander, who is not to be confused with his uncle, ‘Alexander Helios III’, the (Thought to be) step brother of Mariamne.
Alexandra was to became the mother (Or step-mother) of Heli the son or adopted son of Mattat, ‘Prince Alexander Helios III’, who became the father of Mary the mother of Jesus.
Esther of Jerusalem can be identified as the future Maccabee Queen known by her Greek name as Queen Alexandra II, who was thought to be the great grandmother of Yeshua (Jesus) on his father’s side. His father being, Alexander Helios III the son, or adopted son of Queen Alexandra II.
I realise that the subject of the parentage of Jesus is much too deep for a biblical ignoramus such as yourself, so, I'll just leave you to attempt to digest this information first, before returning to respond to the rest of your ignorant rubbish.
BTW, It is said that after the death of her father, Alexander Helios=Heli, “who was a father of renown,” that the seven-year-old Mary [who is believed by some to be the grand-daughter of Mark Antony, and by others, to have been the grand-daughter of Queen Alexandra II, who is thought to have adopted Alexander Helios III after the suicidal death of his parents
], was removed from her mother and taken north into the land of Galilee where she was raised under the protection of the Jewish zealots, whose aim it was, to throw off the yoke of Roman rule and establish a descendant of King David, back on the throne of Israel.
Catch ya later kid.