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Aquarian Gospel of Jesus, the Christ--Dowling

The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus, the Christ
Transcribed from The Book of God’s Remembrance (Akashic Records)

By Levi H. Dowling (1844-1911)

This book was originally published in 1908 in Los Angeles, California. In the title page of the 1996 edition, published by Adventures Unlimited Press, it is stated: “This book is in the public domain and no permission is necessary for any reproduction of materials contained within.”

ISBN 0-932813-41-0

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Aquarian Gospel of Jesus, the Christ--Dowling

The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus, the Christ
Transcribed from The Book of God’s Remembrance (Akashic Records)

By Levi H. Dowling (1844-1911)

This book was originally published in 1908 in Los Angeles, California. In the title page of the 1996 edition, published by Adventures Unlimited Press, it is stated: “This book is in the public domain and no permission is necessary for any reproduction of materials contained within.”

ISBN 0-932813-41-0

2 Aquari

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Jesus crosses Persia. Teaches and heals in many places. Three magian priests
meet him as he nears Persepolis. Kaspar and two other Persian masters meet him
in Persepolis. The seven masters sit in silence seven days.

FOUR-AND-TWENTY years of age was Jesus when he entered Persia on his
homeward way.
2) In many a hamlet, town and neighborhood he paused a while and taught and
healed.
3) The priests and ruling classes did not welcome him, because he censured them
for cruelty to those of low estate.
4) The common people followed him in throngs.
5) At times the chiefs made bold to try to hinder him, forbidding him to teach or
heal the sick. But he regarded not their angry threats; he taught, and healed the
sick.
6) In time he reached Persepolis, the city where the kings of Persia were
entombed; the city of the learned magi, Hor, and Lun, and Mer, the three wise
men.
7) Who, four-and-twenty years before, had seen the star of promise rise above
Jerusalem, and who had journeyed to the West to find the new-born king;
8) And were the first to honor Jesus as the master of the age, and gave him gifts
of gold, gum-thus and myrrh.
9) These magi knew, by ways that masters always know, when Jesus neared
Persepolis; and then they girt themselves, and went to meet him on the way.
10) And when they met, a light much brighter than the light of day surrounded
them, and men who saw the four stand in the way declared they were
transfigured; seeming more like gods than men.
11) Now, Hor and Lun were aged men, and Jesus placed them on his beast to
ride into Persepolis; whilst he and Mer led on the way.
12) And when they reached the magi's home they all rejoiced. And Jesus told the
thrilling story of his life, and Hor and Lun and Mer spoke not; they only looked
to heaven, and in their hearts praised God.
13) Three wise men from the North were in Persepolis; and they were Kaspar,
Zara and Melzone; and Kaspar was the wisest master of the Magian land. These
three were at the home of Hor and Lun and Mer when Jesus came.
14) For seven days these seven men spoke not; they sat in silence in the council

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hall in close communion with the Silent Brotherhood.
15) They sought for light, for revelation and for power. The laws and precepts of
the coming age required all the wisdom of the masters of the world.

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