Sorry for the delay, I was away for a few days.
What I have trouble with is your unequivocal claim of ALL of the Bible being a hoax. There are plenty of contradictions in it, but it's no reason to discount all of it as false. For example, Genesis has two stories of creation, one following the other (one is a "small scale" description, the other is a "large scale"). If it's such a great hoax, wouldn't the authors make sure that there were no contradictions, especially in the first chapter? The proper way to read it is to take this story as an attempt to understand the world around us.
There's also the fact that major religions cross-reference each other. The story of a giant flood has been around since Mesopotamia and is referenced by religions all over the world. The description presented in the Bible is in all likelihood not accurate, but it is representative of a historical event (global or local, take your pick) that affected the people enough to pass the story along for thousands of years.
The stories in the Bible get more and more accurate as you read on. They go from universal myths to pretty accurate historical accounts, with real people whose existence can be verified through various documents. There are other documents, such as the Dead Sea Scrolls, which prove that the stories have not changed over time. It is therefore reasonable to believe that Jesus did exist, and that the accounts of his life are somewhat accurate.
By the way, your original post makes reference to Jesus performing magic. There are a LOT of texts that didn't make it into the Bible, some of which have Jesus fighting dragons, making clay pigeons and bringing them to life with his breath and all sorts of other nonsense. They were left out because Jesus was not a magician, or a superhero. His miracles were recorded by ordinary people. There's two possibilities here: the first is that the miracles were true, the work of God. The other is that the miracles were based on science, unknown to people who were witnessing them. Neither possibility disproves the existence of Jesus, nor the fact that he did something that was considered incredible.