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Introduction Jesus The Spiritual Warrior is not about arguments concerning Christian religiou s beliefs. It does not conform to the so-called "scientific" methods set out by those who arrogantly and ignorantly demand evidence. It does not require the a pproval of any self-appointed critics. The story of Jesus contained herein will no doubt threaten and upset the traditional and rigid believers, but for those who truly love him, it will comfort, strengthen and offer hope. No matter what denomination or what system of beliefs they follow, this writing will help free them from traps and allow them to better understand and love Jesus. It might in itially cause emotional turmoil within some people, but once the old programming is lifted, they will experience peace, hope and joy within. After the death of Jesus, some disciples formed their own inner circle identifyi ng him as the Messiah. However, neither Jesus nor his initial followers were Ch ristians and Jesus never claimed to be the Messiah which the Jews of his day wer e expecting, nor did he say that he would rise from the dead to rule over a new world as some of the early Christians proclaimed. Neither did Jesus say that "G od so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son" as a sacrificial lamb for the sins of the world. Jesus did not say that "the world through him might be saved." Further, he did not state, "I came not to judge the world, but to sa ve the world". Various groups sprang up after Jesus' death. Some of them were initially following John the Baptist. There was a great deal of competition amo ng the various groups claiming to be following the teachings of Jesus. The firs t followers of Jesus had no affiliation with the cult of Christ which was formed after the death of Jesus. Many stories about Jesus that are circulating in various circles including the N ew Age movement are not true. Take for example the story about Mary Magdalene b eing Jesus' favourite disciple and the story about her witnessing Jesus' physica l resurrection in the garden where he was buried. They were mere inventions by the writers and compilers of the gospels. Many Christian leaders proclaim that if there were no resurrection, then the belief in a living Christ would be in va in. In fact, the celebration of Easter associated with the resurrection of the physical body of Jesus is a fraud and is blasphemy. Many things attributed to J esus, including Jesus' rebuke of his mother about the wine, the feeding of the f ive thousand, the visit of the three Magi, and Jesus walking on the water are al l fictional. The figure of Mary Magdalene did exist but she was a being of the counterfeit cr eation and Jesus was aware of this; he was never fooled or trapped by her. Thus , the glorified stories about this woman were merely the handiwork of evil. Lik ewise, Jesus was aware from the outset that Judas Iscariot was a being of Darkne ss. There were many reasons why he was included in the selection of the twelve disciples. (Today, yet again, Judas betrayed Jesus for material gain). Events surrounding Jesus' life and Jesus' teaching were created so that the account we have now in the gospels about Jesus and his utterances are mainly prophecy histo ricized. Thus, when Jesus comes back again in another form that does not fit th e profile of the mythological Jesus envisaged by people, most will not recognize him.
In fact, evil deliberately misled by assigning Mary Magdalene as one who was ver y close to Jesus and familiar with his teachings. Magdalene pushed her way thro ugh and tried to take over in the circle of the disciples and followers of Jesus . She was sponsored by the Dark side and hence was able to gain access. Many w ritings were falsely attributed to her as the author. Some of the writings clai med to be by Magdalene were actually written a long time after her death. Magda lene was not capable of writing spiritual matters and did not write any of the G nostic writings attributed to her. Christianity became orthodox when the emperor and the church councils created cr eeds and canons at the Council of Nicea in 325 A.D. Jesus, like many great teachers before him, did not put his teachings in writing . All his teachings were carried out in the oral tradition of the ancient world . Oral tradition is unreliable, not to mention that even when teachings are rec orded, there will always be those who will misinterpret the teachings, or purpos ely distort them. Today many people are embarrassed to admit their interest in spiritual matters b ecause like many issues, whether they are in the church, religious or other inst itutions or universities, people are often trapped in a perpetual holding state forced upon them by a system of rewards/sanctions. Thus, such a system discoura ged and prevented many from doing, investigating or learning what really mattere d. They denied their promptings and followed the majority consensus. Many of the things in the Bible which were supposedly uttered by Jesus, are not the words of Jesus, nor did all of the events ascribed to Jesus actually occur. Take for instance: Jesus walking on water; the feeding of the 5,000; the sermon on the mount; the changing of the water into wine at the wedding in Canna; the virgin birth; and the visit of the three wise men. Likewise, the Apostles' Cree d was designed by the church after the death of Jesus to keep the truth about Je sus from the adherents. Christians even today believe the Apostles' Creed to be accurate teachings about Jesus. Also, the Essenes of Qumran were not linked to Christianity in any way. Christian authors have borrowed ideas from Indian and particularly Buddhist teac hings. Hence, not only are there external and internal parallels between the Ch ristian texts and Buddhism, there are also similarities between the Christian fa ith and Indian beliefs. Some of the old Indian narratives covering various stag es of history made their way across Asia Minor, to Greece, Rome and Europe. The oldest writings in the New Testament were recorded only towards the end of the 1st century A.D. It was not until the 4th century A.D., after many theologicall y-manipulated changes were accomplished, that the New Testament took on its curr ent form as it is presented to us today. Also, the conception of various religi ous and spiritual ideas were due to the thought-forms being sown in the ether fr om the astral realm for a ready audience that is affected by the upheaval within human consciousnesses yearning for liberation from Darkness, from suffering, fr om injustice, poverty, pain and all forms of evil. References to Reincarnation were removed by the church in the Second Council of Constantinople in 553 A.D. for its own selfish and nefarious purposes a long ti me after the original gospels were supposed to have been written. It stated tha t: "Whosoever shall support the mythical doctrine of the pre-existence of the So ul and the consequent wonderful opinion of its return, let him be anathema." Hen ce, the belief in reincarnation, which was part of most other religious beliefs and myths in antiquity, and in the writings of Plato, only became heretical five centuries after Jesus' death. (Current Buddhists and Hindus maintain the truth about there being reincarnation in their teachings, however, they do not teach that reincarnation is an evil creation. Christians have totally rejected the kn owledge of reincarnation even though to reject reincarnation would be contradict
ing their own Bible where it is stated that Jesus would reappear on Earth.) Jesus did not command Peter to be the foundation to build his church. He did no t ask his disciples to convert the world nor to establish a church or a new reli gion in his name. Christianity as we know it is wide-spread as it uses Jesus' n ame of love and power for its wicked causes. Many murders and other crimes are committed in the name of Jesus. It is no wonder so many "demons" and "robots" claim to channel Jesus and to have visions of him. Why would Jesus of the Light utter things as claimed by the ch annellers which are contradictory to what Jesus stands for? These channellers c an only get responses from phantoms that they have "created" or were "created" b y mischievous beings in the astral. Phantoms which attract demonic astral being s into disguising as Jesus do so because they know that the real Jesus is not th e "god" of their religion. Regarding the two competing apostles, Peter and Paul: the Catholic Church traces the beginnings of its church to Peter, while Protestants trace their beginnings back to Paul of Tarsus, an educated Jew living in the Hellenistic world in the Diaspora. Paul's gospel is not based upon the real life and teachings of Jesus, but on the death of Jesus and Paul's purported vision on the Damascus road. Pa ul is a being of Darkness and can never represent Jesus' teachings in any way. As mentioned earlier, the first followers of Jesus had no affiliation with the C ult of "Christ" which was responsible for many of the reported utterances by and stories about Jesus. The Roman Catholic faith commissioned the apostle Peter as the foundation of the "new" church long after the death of Jesus. The Protestants' faith can be trac ed back to Paul who did not personally know Jesus. Paul's "conversion" was infl uenced by his Hellenistic background which identified Jesus in the Hellenistic t radition of a dying/rising god similar to the myth of Osiris in the Isis cult. Paul was not interested in the life and teachings of Jesus. As stated before, h e was primarily interested in the death of Jesus and the supposed appearance of Jesus to him in a vision reportedly occurring on the Damascus road that became t he focal point of the "gospel" according to Paul. Anyone with some inner knowin g can see the reasons behind the story of Paul's supposed "conversion" due to hi s vision of Jesus. Jesus was not here to "convert" anyone. Nor did he ever tell his disciples to b ecome "fishers of men". He was here to prepare and rescue his own kind. Paul, like many evangelists, "converted" people by abusing the name of Jesus for fame, power, earthly glory, egotistical reasons and other evil purposes. Evil ones w ant "converts" for the sake of inflating their egos, building up their power, fo r monetary gain, and suppression and control of others. Power without Love and Light is very dangerous. Evil cannot ever turn to the Light, thus, one cannot " convert" beings of Darkness to beings of Light, and Jesus knew this very well. Hence, he would not approve of his disciples ever attempting to "convert" anyone , much less the whole world, as is stated in the current Bible. Ontologically, Paul's essence is opposed to Jesus. Thus, it is absolutely ridic ulous that Jesus would appear to Paul for the reason of "converting" him so that he can then carry out the teachings of Jesus. This is yet another example of E vil twisting the truth to link up beings of Light with beings of Darkness to fur ther confuse, confound and entrap beings of Light. The work of the early Christians and the propaganda of Paul and those who hid th emselves behind the name of Jesus all contributed to the invention of a marvello us story which resulted in Jesus being known to this day as the founder of a rel igion that was never his. Similarly, Jesus' name was being included in all type s of so-called esoteric teachings as an adept or some other personality.
All organised religions were and are sponsored by the Anunnaki, including Christ ianity. Unfortunately, work of those High beings of Light who brought down info rmation and various messages to assist true beings who are trapped in this dimen sion is often used, corrupted and usurped by evil ones who would eventually turn it into a religion so they could enslave true seekers' spirits. In the end, tr uth and untruth are so mixed that it takes a great deal of insight, intuition, i nner work and assistance from the Light to help sort through the rubble and the gems. Jesus was an Essene (Gnostic) of the inner circle, hence he did not marry nor di d he drink alcohol. Therefore, he would not have changed water into wine, nor w ould his mother, who was also an Essene who respected the inner circle, ever req uest her son to do such a thing as is recorded in the accepted gospels. Further , Jesus would never speak to his mother with such disrespect as to rudely call h er "woman ..." After all, Jesus was very aware and knew that he and his mother w ere parts of the same Being. Jesus' final days were spent on speaking up against the temple authorities. Lik e all Essenes, Jesus was against the priesthood in Jerusalem. Jesus was opposed by some jealous religious authorities in Galilee and Jerusalem. Some of the na rratives of Jesus are Christian polemics, apologetics, propaganda and lies. The scriptures were modified many times to correspond to their fulfilment. Many of the stories in the scriptures about Jesus appear to tie in with the prophesies from the Old Testament because they have been deliberately arranged to have them fulfilled. Many of the supposed teachings of Jesus appear similar to other religions, espec ially the Buddhist religion because they have been invented by the gospel writer s, the early Christian "storytellers" and other religious writers. Why is this so? Because there truly is a conspiracy by Evil to twist what Jesus represents and further confuse the true seekers by using Jesus' name as the driving force f or selfish and evil purposes. Many have attributed the name of "Issa" to Jesus and regarded Issa as a Buddha. The documents supposedly concerning the existence of Issa brought from India to Nepal and from Nepal to Tibet are supposed to imply that Jesus was a Buddhist. Again, this is similar to what the early church has done to Jesus. Gautama Bud dha himself did not utter or preach all of the Buddhist teachings that are curre ntly attributed to him. He was seeking "enlightenment" from the existing teachi ngs of his time before he formed his "own" teaching. Buddha did not originate a ll the teachings attributed to him. Jesus was a Gnostic. What would he be doin g with the teachings of Buddha or those associated with Buddha when Jesus knew v ery well that his essence and the essence of Buddha are opposites? Many narratives about Jesus' childhood and teachings are borrowings from India a nd especially from Buddhist tradition. Even from the time of King Solomon, the Jews had contact with India. After the Babylonian captivity, the Jews were infl uenced by Persian and Indian ideas. At the time of Jesus, Indian and Buddhist t eachings were well-known and practised in the Hellenistic world and the area clo se to Palestine which was comprised of Judea, Samaria and Galilee in those days. There are many borrowings from other religions about the story of Jesus also. For example, the depiction of Christ as a good shepherd and proclaimer of a new religion of love and redemption derives from a Hindu legend about a shepherd go d. This legend has also been adopted by various other cultures throughout the w orld. Jesus is associated with the concept of the Trinity God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Ghost. The concept and definition of the "Trinity of God" is s o distorted and manipulated that unless one moves away from the accepted traditi
onal definition which is promoted by the established religions, one cannot see t hrough the falsehood. In fact, the whole concept of the "Trinity of God" is a h uman invention. I. The Unknown Jesus Many know Jesus superficially as the mythical and legendary Jesus of Christian o rthodoxy and other "doxies" and cults. Religions always tend to make god in the image of man, an aggrandized image, because religions are created by the Anunna ki, but in the end, it is always a god with human qualities. Whatever the image that humans have created for their god, even if to our physical eye, it appears ugly, horrible or whether it appears a caricature or disdainful, there is alway s within it the presence of the thing that it represents. There is always someo ne, a priest or priestess, an initiate or follower, who has the power and who dr aws the force, the presence within and keeps it alive. The presence is real. I t is the presence that is within an idol, the image which people worship. Human beings created "god" with human qualities. This is what makes it possible for people to get hold of god and give him a satisfactory beating, when their p rayers are not answered or when they feel let down, but it is the makers who are the fools, who treat god as they would treat a human enemy. Likewise, they hav e turned Jesus into some sort of man-made religious figure and have assigned him with qualities, roles and duties that humans want Jesus to have. Therefore Jes us becomes a suitable saviour in their eyes. They would not want to really know what Jesus came to Earth for, what his actual role was, or how he would perform it. The current Bible is an assembly of writings by various ones who would dar e to do these acts even though they had never met or known Jesus. Jesus was not considered successful in the way this materialistic world would re gard as marks of success, whether in his day or at this present time. Instead, he was an ordinary man, born of peasant parents and was later unjustly crucified on a cross as a common criminal. Jesus was far ahead of his time. His vision and his teachings gave a glimpse in to other realities beyond this physical one. Many horrendous frauds, crimes, mu rders and massacres have been committed in his name over the centuries, not beca use the perpetrators really love Jesus, but because of their selfish motives and evilness. Many have been enslaved by a man-made version of Christ imposed upon them by man-made rules and rigid, selfish legacy. The very slavery those who f alsely preached in his name is the very slavery they imposed upon their converts and believers. The very fictionally-embellished gospels that proclaim to preach Christ are iron ically the very things that impede any true seeker of Light from knowing the rea l Christ even though they are mixed with some truth. Fundamentally, half-truths are at least as dangerous, destructive and misleading as untruths. Jesus, in every one of his "incarnations" as a "walk-in", always follows the Ant i-Christ about. He did it two thousand years ago and he does it today. II. The Jesus Of Myths Who was Jesus? The historical Jesus was very different from what people are tau ght to believe. The Jesus generally known to people today is the Jesus people o ver the centuries have enshrined in their imaginations, creeds and cultures. Th e modern Jesus was a scholarly reconstruction during the nineteenth century. Be aring in mind that no truth is immune to critical or hostile criticism and attac k, what I am about to present here may not meet the approval of everyone. What people generally know about Jesus of Nazareth comes mainly from the New Tes
tament. It must be mentioned from the outset that no parts of any books of the New Testament are older than 125 A.D., and none of the Christian writings were w ritten after 200 A.D. Most of the writings were translations from other languag es, long after Jesus' death. Hence, inaccuracies in interpretation, personal co nviction and deliberate embellishments could have occurred and did. The discovery of the Qumran scrolls near the Dead Sea in 1947 and the subsequent publication of the Qumran literature in this century have provided new insights into the conceptual world of an important Jewish sect known as the Essenes, sho rtly before the composition of the New Testament writings. The Qumran documents , dated to the second century B.C. are older than the copies of the Hebrew Bible . They reveal the influences that shaped the environment in Jesus' time. Disco veries at Nag Hammadi in Egypt in 1946 have provided new insights into the polit ical, social and religious climate of those bygone times. The Coptic texts avai lable now are dated at the earliest from the 5th to the 7th century A.D. The En glish version of the gospels we have now were originally translated from Greek. Contrary to common belief, Christianity as we know it did not originate with Jes us Christ, nor did the first church start with a blessing from Jesus. The first Christians merely used his name, and his death, as a pretext for a new religion that does not truly represent the truth about him or his teachings. There are numerous fictional embellishments and the invention of stories and sayings wrong ly imputed to Jesus in the gospels and in the Qumran documents. The gospels wer e written at least 300 years after the death of Jesus. Like the so-called autho rs of the texts who often did not write what appears in the New and Old Testamen ts, Jesus too, was said to have uttered certain words that appear in the gospels which he never spoke. Jesus did not say that the world was going to end immedi ately. He did not say repent. He did not practise baptism. The baptism story about him is false. He did not initiate the Eucharist although he did have a la st meal with the inner circle of his faithful ones. The gospels, including thos e recently discovered writings found in Qumran, and the Nag Hammadi Library were written by people who had no first-hand contact with Jesus, and they were writt en many years after the death of Jesus. All of these writings contain their own distortions due to misunderstandings, mistranslations, embellishments, or delib erate editings. Christianity assumed its orthodoxy under the decisions of the Roman emperor and the church councils in the fourth century by introducing various creeds and cano ns to the church. Clearly, the orthodoxy of the early church was intensely asso ciated with political and other pressures. By using the pesher method, a technique whereby texts were cited and then rewrit ten and reinterpreted in ways quite different from the original sense, the write rs and compilers of various texts were able to invent, interpret or embellish st ories which could be tailored to specific purpose or prophecy. However, it was an acceptable practice in those days. Hence, various texts were cited from diff erent sources and then rewritten and reinterpreted according to the writer's per sonal convictions. This was the method the writers of the scripture used to ensure that the scriptu res were kept timely and relevant and that what was recorded in the Old Testamen t found fulfilment in the New Testament, thereby creating an aura of authenticit y and credibility. This practice of borrowing from others and using as one's own, giving the necess ary modifications and twists to suit the occasion, was not a practice of antiqui ty alone. In fact, it continued right up until the nineteenth century. The cla im made by the Catholic church of indisputable authority based on its position w hich can be traced back in an unbroken line to the time of Jesus in the case of the New Testament, and to the very cradle of civilization before David, Moses, A
braham and so on, in the case of the Old Testament, is false. Indeed, the claim of absolute authenticity of the Bible is spurious there is no unbroken line lin king the present day Bible to the time of Jesus. The oldest records belong to t he 4th century. Clearly, the current Bible is a collection of various articles from various sour ces which were rewritten, perverted, plagiarized, distorted and confused, added to, deleted and abused in order to suit the aims of the Church hierarchy. III. The Essenes Before we embark on the story of historical and metaphysical Jesus, it is import ant to know something of the background surrounding the time before and after th e birth of Jesus in order to gain a better understanding of the spiritual, polit ical and social climate and influence into which Jesus was born. As Jesus' pare nts were Essenes we need to look at the historical and spiritual background conc erning this Gnostic Jewish group. The Essene movement was first started in Mesopotamia and came to Palestine in th e first half of the second century B.C. Zoroastrian religious concepts were kno wn to the Jews living in Babylon during their exile before the second century B. C. The Jews who had been in Babylon and formed the original Essene community th ere, lived for many years in a Zoroaster milieu. Their assimilation of Iranian religious thought, in particular the most significant concept of the conflict be tween the two spirits, was reflected in the Essene teaching about the conflict b etween the Angel of Light (Good) and the Angel of Darkness (Evil) that forms the basis for the particular form of dualism found in Qumran literature. The duali sm in the Essene writings as in early Zoroastrianism is not one of absolute dual ism for in both, the balance is heavily weighted on the side of the good spirit. Thus, the Essenes' concept of sons of Light and sons of Darkness is due to the i nfluence of Iranian religious thought on the tenets and beliefs of the community which later settled at Sekhakha (the ancient name for Qumran) after the victori es of the Maccabees. Hence, the relationship between the literature of the Essenes and ous thought is extensive, as is their particular form of dualism, striking for purity, their interest in angelology and demonology, ogy and the idea of judgement and those relating to the Spirit of Spirit of Darkness. Iranian religi their intense their eschatol Light and the
4Q`Amram (of Qumran literature) is the earliest extant example of a text contain ing a story of the war between the good and bad angels for possession of a human soul. In later literature, this theme is represented in both Jewish and Christ ian sources dating from the first century A.D. By the time 4Q`Amram (dated early to mid-second century B.C.) was being composed , under the influence of Zoroastrian dualistic spirit world of Ahura Mazda and A hriman, a major development had occurred in certain Jewish circles in the concep t of Satan and the advocate angel. By that time the two biblical figures had be come the rulers of two worlds: * Satan, referred to as Belial, was the ruler of the world of Darkness and E vil; * The advocate angel, generally referred to the angel Michael as the ruler o f the world of Light and Goodness. Indeed, the Essene teachings, of the division of humanity into Light-Darkness du ality, was borrowed directly from Iran because until the time of composition of the Essene writings there was no record of a doctrine of two spirits in Jewish l
iterature. Clearly, post-exilic influence of Iranian religious ideas on Judaism is evidential Iranian influence in Qumran literature is undeniable! In spite o f some differences in the use of symbolisms from the time before and after Zoroa ster, the fundamental message remains the same. The conceptual framework behind the Essenes' ideas about the two spirits origina ted with the teachings found in the earliest writings of Zoroaster himself and c onsiderably developed in later Zoroastrian thought. In the Essene writings, the spirits of Light and Darkness resembling the teaching of the Zoroastrian twins are known as Michael and Belial and as Melchizedek and Melchírea (all Hebrew nam es) the heavenly leaders of the forces of Good and Evil. Consequently, the Melc hizedek is understood as each of these figures of Light. Though the texts that mention Melchizedek and Melchírea are scarce, they are important ones because of the information they provide on the dualistic and eschatological outlook of the Essene community. The Essene teaching advocates the teaching of the spiritual realms of Light and Darkness which permeates human existence to the extent that all human beings are divided into sons of Light and sons of Darkness. Human existence is seen as a constant struggle between the opposing forces of Go od and Evil and culminates in the eschatological war waged between these two for ces which results in the final victory of the Light. It is in this context that the two angelic beings, called the watchers appeared in the text of 4Q`Amram. The Essenes were divided into three ranks, ranging from the common members (oute r circle) to the lower and higher priests (inner circle). The higher priestly r ank observed the strictest discipline while the common members were allowed to b e involved in certain worldly activities such as marriage, which the priestly ra nk were forbidden to participate in. Thus, the highest order of Essenes lived a monastic life of celibacy and asceticism and living a life of celibacy was rega rded as the highest way of life for the Essenes, for marriage and sex were consi dered to be distractions. This is in line with the Gnostic belief that propagat ion allowed the evil demiurge to exploit the beings of Light and bind them to Da rkness. The Essenes as a community lived a life away from the world so to speak, sharing community property, owning nothing, helping one another as a community in the a rea of child care and other activities such as involvement in a craft for mutual benefit. The Essenes were against the killing and eating of animals. Primaril y, they dedicated their lives to God. The Essenes order practised initiations a nd rituals and knew the ancient wisdom like the Zoroastrians before them did. IV. Jesus' Background Jesus was born to a peasant Hebrew family in Galilee during the reign of Augustu s Caesar. His native tongue was Aramaic, although he was conversant in Greek an d other languages and dialects. His parents were Joseph and Mary, who were both practising Essenes. Joseph was a carpenter by trade, which does not imply that he built furniture, but instead would indicate that he would do handyman's work of a labouring nature. The Essenes were a Jewish Gnostic sect with their home at Qumran, which was destroyed during the first Roman-Jewish war. The reason for assigning Jesus' birthplace to Bethlehem in the gospels is for co nvenience in fulfilling an ancient prophecy that the Messiah of King David's lin eage would be born in Bethlehem. Jesus' home was near a Greco-Roman city called Sepphoris. He was not of a virgin birth. He was second born in a family of si x children, which included five boys and one girl. His brother James and his si ster Miriam played an important role in his life then, as they again do in this life.
He was not born in a manger, nor did any wise men visit Mary and Joseph when Jes us was born. Had these wise men actually visited bearing gifts as stated in gos pels they would have made Jesus' parents quite wealthy. Neither were there any shepherds who saw the guiding "star" or who were told by angels that the son of God was born in a manger. There was no massacre of Jewish male infants and no f light to Egypt by Mary and Joseph as recorded in the Bible. In fact, Jesus was born quietly and his birth was unannounced so that he could avoid suspicion from the opposing force. Although Jesus was not born into a priestly class, his mother's family had conne ctions which made it possible for him to have the opportunity to learn the ancie nt Jewish texts at an early age. He was familiar with the Vedic Hymns and the A vesta from his mother, who had learned extensive knowledge from the connections her family had. Being extremely intelligent and being guided by the Divine Ligh t within him, he was able to make great progress within a short time. There was immense rebellion and harsh suppression by the ruling elite of Jesus' time. Hence, at an early age, Jesus was exposed to such scenes and was sensitiv e to injustice, oppression of the poor and the disadvantaged, and the suffering and exploitation around him. He was very opposed to animal sacrifice and the unjust distinction of classes in the society of his time. He had profound compassion for suffering human beings and animals. He was saddened and empathetic towards the animals as they pathet ically bleated in terror as they were being sacrificed for religious purposes: h e was also greatly impacted as birds and other animals pleaded before being slau ghtered for food. He was nauseated by the awful stench that came from burning f lesh. Jesus was against people defiling the temples of worship by such acts as having money-changers at the doors and selling worldly goods and providing inappropriat e entertainment there. This is why he turned over the money-changers' tables an d rebuked them all. This was done shortly after he rejected the fig tree, which represented the entire evil creation. Jesus was spared of punishment for the i ncident involving the money-changers only because of the intervention of a Roman nobleman who was in fact one of the "Twelve Sisters" "incarnated" (affectionate ly known as Burnley Naylor in the 20th century). In esoteric terms, the "temple " is where your inner being resides which should be respected and honoured. The physical temples built by humankind are only symbolic representations of the tr ue "temples", however, the polluting of the physical temples has a polluting eff ect on the real "temples" of the consciousnesses of beings of Light. Jesus pers onalised a strict inner discipline. He showed people that it could be done with sincerity, perseverance and faith in the Divine. Jesus warned true beings of t he traps of glitters of this material world which will lure many true beings fro m their Divine path. His mother Mary inwardly sensed that Jesus was no ordinary child. She sensed th e divine guidance during the conception, growth and nurturing of Jesus. She int uitively knew that Jesus had a divine mission. Mary could see purity and light surrounding her child and she paid meticulous attention in nurturing him physica lly, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. It gave Mary great pleasure in watc hing Jesus walking through the courtyard of their home towards her and greeting her lovingly with a broad smile as he proceeded to join her and members of the f amily for the evening meal. She was distinctly aware of the events which awaite d Jesus in the not too distant years. She knew that her heart would be pierced with sorrow one day. It should be mentioned here that the being who is Jesus was earlier in the physi cal body of Mary, his mother, until Jesus attained the age of twelve. At that p
oint, the physical body of Mary was thereafter occupied by a "walk-in" who is th e same being who occupied the physical body of Jesus until that point. As stated above, something very special happened to the physical body of Jesus w hen he was about twelve years of age. A-itu the Eternal Flame descended upon th e physical body of Jesus and he was adorned with Divine Spirit. (This is the po int in time when the consciousness in the physical body of Mary swapped with the consciousness in the physical body of Jesus). The Divine Spirit guided and nurtured Jesus throughout the rest of his life. Al though he spent much of his time in strict inner discipline, he felt "impressed" to travel to other lands for further instructions and re-awakening. He knew th at he had an important Divine Mission to accomplish in his lifetime. There was a sense of urgency with timing. Jesus grew up in a Greek speaking world, just a few miles from a large Hellenist ic city. He was a happy child surrounded with a lot of love and compassion and by loving people in his family and the community around him. Jesus grew up as a "normal" Essene until he was twelve when the spirit of A-itu, the Eternal Flame touched him. From then on, personal conflict with John the Baptist and with th e corrupted teachings slowly developed. He was aware of various sectarian diffe rences existing in the Essene community in which he was reared. He hoped to rev eal new teachings that would be incorporated with the salient and spiritual aspe cts of the duality and other various factions of Essenes' teachings which were g iven by the Light through Divine Messengers before him, while at the same time r emoving the man-made and corrupted aspects that had polluted the Gnostic Truth. Thus, with his mother's blessings, at a very young age by our modern standards, Jesus was guided by the Spirit of A-itu to quietly disappear from his home. He took a ride with a merchant from Jerusalem who knew his parents. Together with the merchant and others, he travelled to India. By this time, he was a wise you ng man (by the days of old) with a gift of words. He was about fourteen when he first beheld the buzzing city of Gujarat. There, Jesus stayed in various towns and villages doing odd jobs and quietly observing and learning the local spirit ual beliefs of the people of this new land. All the time, he was observing and taking things in and noting the corruption of Truth by agents of Darkness. Duri ng his travels he kept in communication with his home through merchants who trav elled from India to Jerusalem and back. While in India, Jesus travelled to many lands but his main stops were at Gujarat, Jaganneth, Benares, Nepal and Lhasa i n Tibet. Jesus further studied the Vedas and other ancient texts from various c ultures. One of the many things that he was opposed to was the caste system in India and the mistreatment of women there and elsewhere. While travelling, Jesus visited many places abroad in Asia, Greece and Africa. In India, he studied the works of Buddha (Prince Siddhartha Gautama, called the Buddha) who lived over 500 years before him and was able to sort out the distort ions of Buddha's teaching from the fundamental Gnostic truth. He was aware that Buddha adopted the Gnostic view of the "soul" being trapped in the material bod y which was a prison for it, that all sufferings in this world were due to human desires, that if human beings could detach themselves from such desires they co uld break the cycle of rebirth to achieve nirvana (liberation from rebirth and f rom the entrapment in matter). Many people think that Jesus' teachings are based upon Buddhist principles. Thi s is not so. Gautama Buddha himself was influenced by a mixture of Gnostic and other teachings of his time. Even though Buddha supposedly taught beautiful pri nciples, they were actually empty words that he had purloined from other sources . Things are not always what they appear to be in this Virtual Reality. Likewi se, Buddha, in spite of his apparent struggle for spirituality, for truth, for l iberation from suffering and the depiction of him being a compassionate being ar
e deceptions by the Buddha. This is so because Buddha is a High Being of Darkne ss whose mission was to corrupt and blind the seekers of truth. It is another c ase of a wolf in sheep's skin. Buddha is one of the many incarnations (faces) o f the Anti-Christ. The apparent Light in him was due to the attachment of the L ight of one of the "Twelve Sisters" in him. Buddha's teachings were not recorded until 500 years after his death. Oral trad ition is unreliable, not to mention that even when teachings are recorded there will always be those who will misinterpret it, embellish it to give it apparent authenticity, mysticism, prophetic fulfilment, or to purposely distort it. Such is the common experience in this dimension of untruth, of evil. This is done e ven to the "teachings" of the Anti-Christ. Many of the sayings of Jesus are similar to the sayings of Buddha not because Je sus was a Buddhist nor that he copied Buddha's teachings but due to human manipu lation using the pesher method which allows many gaps to be filled and things ad ded and edited to make them look similar and to fulfil prophecies invented by me n. Even the records of Jesus' life in India and Tibet were mostly distortions a nd myths. It is not uncommon for apparently well-meaning people to "invent" sto ries of heroes or well-respected figures to encourage or inspire others. Jesus was well respected and loved by many in his sojourn in the East even though he h ad enemies also. Further, the Buddha being was not the same being "incarnated" previously as Zoroaster. Zoroaster was the "incarnation" of one of the "Sisters ". Jesus also studied the art of healing and various Hindu disciplines. It was not uncommon to find him engaging in discussions with Indian priests and teaching a mongst the people he lived with. As he travelled from village to village, he wa s very aware of the injustices, sufferings and exploitations around him hovering like vultures ever ready to devour the oppressed, the disadvantaged and the poo r. He spoke with great wisdom, so much so that some of the people who had met h im and listened to his teaching thought he was Buddha incarnated. (Which is qui te similar to Herod thinking that Jesus was John the Baptist resurrected and equ ally wrong however John the Baptist and Buddha are one and the same being, as ar e Mohammed and Krishna. Always remember, however, that all of the above-named i ndividuals had attached to them one of the "Twelve Sisters" which would give the m the occasional appearance of Divinity.) Jesus was not short of criticism against the injustices of the caste system in I ndia. He saw through the hypocrisy and arrogance of the Brahmin class and the h umiliation and oppression of the "untouchables" the lowest class. He was critic al of the Brahmin rites as he could see the illusions and evilness behind them. One of the highlights of his stay in India was meeting an Indian sage who was o ntologically intimately connected to him. This Indian sage who resided in a sma ll village in the hills of the Himalayas was none other than Babaji of Haidakhan . They both recognised each other as ontological beings outside this dimension and beyond. This event further facilitated the spiritual progress and work of b oth beings (Jesus and Babaji). Jesus visited and engaged in debates and discussions on a wide range of subjects with the various religious teachers in the countries he spent time in. Some of these were happy with his discourses, others rejected him outright with intense hate and jealousy. One day he received a message from his Higher-Self, A-itu (the Eternal Flame), t hat it was time to return to his homeland to begin his "real work" which was to commence in Galilee. Hence, he returned to his homeland shortly after. Jesus was about thirty years old when he made preparation for the beginning of h is real public work. He spent many days in the desert, isolating himself from a
ll humans and fasting and meditating for days. During that time he received man y instructions from his Higher Self which he was to carry out. He told his moth er about his Divine mission and received her blessings. His father Joseph, who Jesus was very close to, had since passed away while he was in India. Most of the Essenes were supportive of him even though he was to start his own t eaching. Jesus was given his own message. His Divine message went beyond that of the Essenes though his central Gnostic theme remained the same as their undis torted portions of their message because the messages came from the same Source. His first official teaching was held in his own home amongst his family member s and some Essene friends of the family. Subsequently, he preached to the people in Qumran who called themselves "the Poo r". In his own teachings, amongst other things, Jesus rejected strict asceticis m (which often is an outward display of ego) and baptism. In his ministry, Jesu s was confronted by people filled with messianic fanaticism. This often caused misunderstanding, confusion and resentment among the unawares when Jesus rejecte d people's hopes that he might fulfil their expectations of that time as a liber ator from the Roman rule. The Christ conceived of by Paul is a pre-existent div ine being who takes on a human body to save humankind from the powers of sin, la w and death. Others view Christ as the incarnation of Logos. In reality, Chris t is the Ultimate the Divine Mother Absolute A-itu, the Eternal Flame. Jesus stressed the simplicity of life to combat the temptations and beguilement of evil. He often taught in parables to illustrate his point. His main message was about the two Natures (Principles) of Light and Darkness Good and Evil. He was awakening people to the fact that the creator of this world was not the tru e God but an evil usurper; that there were two creations; and that those of the true Divine creation had been trapped in this material world ever since the take -over by Evil which resulted in a continuous battle of Good and Evil in humankin d ever since. He urged those who would listen to him to be vigilant against the falsehood of t he Prince of Darkness of this world which was symbolically represented by Satan or the Devil. He healed the sick and exorcised those who were possessed by evil spirits. He t aught about the end time when Light would proclaim victory over Evil and guided his followers on the path of Light. He stressed the importance of turning withi n to seek the Divine Truth which alone could liberate them from the control of E vil. Jesus condemned the hypocrisy and arrogance of the Pharisees and Sadducees as he did the Brahmin priests in India. This inevitably incurred their wrath. But w hat he said was true and he was there to expose falsehood. As Jesus' popularity soared, and as he became more vocal and open in his exposure of evil, those of evil, in particular the Pharisees and the Sadducees were jealous towards him and enraged by his truth. Until then, no one dared speak so passionately against t hem. For various reasons, these enemies of Jesus plotted to get rid of him. Jesus an d Mary knew the day would come when he (Jesus) would be murdered by the archons of Evil, but they knew that until it was time for him to return to the Mother-Fa ther Spirit, he would not be harmed. Like all good mothers who loved their chil dren, Mary knew that the day would come when her heart would be pierced by the s orrow of watching as her son suffered unjustly and horrendously in the hands of evil beings. She knew the time for that was drawing nearer each day. Her energ y supported Jesus as he diligently spread the Divine message from place to place .
A few months after the commencement of his public work, Jesus had gathered a sma ll group of men and women who had volunteered to assist with organising the meet ing place, provision of food and lodging and other day to day domestic activitie s. His work attracted people of both essences for diverse reasons. Superficial ly those of the counterfeit creation who were following him agreed with his teac hing and some even appeared to embrace it ardently. However, on the energy level, they were not sincere. Such ones almost always ap pear amongst any given group of any messengers of Light and they always try to d istort the truth. There was no exception in Jesus' case. These evil ones purpo sely distorted his teachings and called his teaching heresy. Jesus was given hi s own teaching. He did not need the approval of the priestly class who regarded themselves as the experts on Divine revelation. These evil ones always create a mess for the beings of Light whenever they take over as a representative of th e Light. Can you envisage an enemy of Light acting as teacher of Light? Undoubtedly, suc h one will lead others astray by giving them the untruth. This practice of hi-j acking occurred after Jesus' death and continues even until the present time. I t will continue to operate in that evil manner until evil is totally annihilated , for evil always corrupts if it is allowed to continue. Contrary to the image constructed by the compilers of the gospels, Jesus was an eloquently out-spoken man. He did not tell his followers to love their enemies or to turn the other cheek to them. He did not teach that marriage was sacred a nd should be observed at all costs. Jesus never advocated that God put couples together in marriage. Nor did he say what God has put together, let no man put asunder. His enemies twisted what he said to suit themselves. The work that Je sus performed in the world for the Gnostics (the beings of Light) is revelation, for the most part, rather than redemption in the sense in which mainstream Chri stianity identified his work. Jesus' revelation involved imparting secret knowledge, the Nous, especially duri ng that time prior to his ascent into the heavenly region of Light. He preached about the dangers of compromising with Darkness; and encouraged his followers t o be ongoing warriors for the Light. He warned them of the many disguises of ev il and the traps that could occur in a marriage and encouraged those who could, to remain celibate. For this he was accused of being a homosexual. He disregarded the rules that the "unclean" persons gentiles, the physically han dicapped, women, and married men, were barred from communion and from being init iated into the full monastic life. Most importantly, he showed them the way by his own examples in words, thoughts, and actions. Thus, his appearance in the w orld and his presence among his followers brought enlightenment to his true disc iples. Enlightenment is understood as knowledge of one's self as belonging to a n other-worldly order of Divine origin and self-sufficiency. The Gnostic Christ did not come to the world to save it or to forgive sins, or t o die for the sins of this world, but he came instead to collect the Light being s, awaken the true beings among humankind to their ignorance of their true spiri tual origin, and prepare the way and bring them home to the heavenly world of Li ght. He did not seek to prepare the minds of people for the coming of the new w orld teacher in the Aquarian Age as the New Agers believe. Also, Jesus is not a ssociated in any way with the one who is currently referred to as "Lord Maitreya ", who is in fact a very Dark being. As the energy built up around Jesus, his work became more and more intense and s o was the retaliation from evil like a big rock being thrown into the water, the ripples spread out and debris and mud are stirred to the surface. At last the day had arrived when Jesus was delivered to his enemies. The Pharisees who them
selves were people of the Lie referred to him and his teachings as heretical and called him "the Man of a Lie". This sounds familiar when we look at how the ch urch fathers looked upon all teachings different from theirs as heresies and too k steps to silence those who dared differ from their teaching. The archons and minions of Evil always lie against the messengers and followers of the Light in order to frustrate, block and destroy them. This trait of Evil has never deviat ed from time immemorial. In all probability, if Jesus were to appear in any bod y and identify herself/himself as Jesus Christ to the current leaders of the maj or Christian churches, they would persecute her/him anew just like the Pharisees and Sadducees of old. This is because the leaders of the churches stand to los e the most with the return of Jesus. Jesus lived a life of celibacy right till the end of his physical life when he w as crucified on the cross at the age of thirty-three. He had an extremely stron g, yet slender body. He was not big, but was a very imposing figure. His hair was dark, slightly wavy, and he wore it at shoulder length. There was no trial before Pontius Pilate as the gospels would have us believe. Jesus, however, was mercilessly tortured, humiliated and spat upon before he was murdered. The den ial by Peter never took place and neither did Jesus heal the man whose ear was c ut off. Although it appears that Jesus was put to death for political-religious reasons, those are only physical reasons. It was the Pharisees and the Sadducees who in stigated the murder of Jesus. Under the jurisdiction and order of Pontius Pilat e with the concurrence of high Judean officials who were jealous of Jesus and wh o were threatened by his outspoken words against them, Jesus was finally deliver ed to the evil ones and was executed. However, on the energy level, the opposin g force was attempting to kill Jesus because they suspected that he was the one sent to lead the mission of Correction of the Celestial Error. But, Jesus was r eady to return "Home" because he had laid all the groundwork that was required f or the future, when he would return again to conclude the Correction when the ti me was right. The time is now! Jesus was punished for speaking the Truth and for being a champion for those who were exploited by the system. Crucifixion is a punishment widely practised in antiquity as a deliberate humiliation and punishment and deterrent. Jesus was d elivered to King Herod an Evil Being, who is like a "spiritual twin" to John the Baptist. When Jesus was crucified his mother, his brother James and his sister Miriam were nearby. King Herod was so threatened by Jesus (not so much because of political differences, but primarily due to their opposite ontologies) that Herod personally went to the cross to mock Jesus and make certain that he died. When Mary was kneeling near the cross while Jesus suffered and was dying, she wa s overwhelmed with sadness and leaned forward to touch her son's feet. Her hear t was pierced with sorrow. While touching Jesus' feet, Herod Antipas himself ca me up to her and accosted her with a whip that had many tails and feathers on th e handle. He was also adorned in white-feathered attire. This was a most unusu al appearance at an execution, but he wanted to make certain that Jesus was kill ed and in his sick mind, he wanted to watch Jesus die. As he hit Mary, he shout ed, "Woman! Get out of here!" Jesus was crucified alone. There were no others on crosses near him. The story of Barabbas associated with the crucifixion of Jesus was false. There was neve r an attempt to free Jesus by Pilate, nor did the crowd influence Pilate to free Barabbas instead of Jesus. The site was at a very ordinary spot, outside the c ity, which has been referred to as Golgotha. As Jesus' physical body laid hangi ng on the cross with blood streaming all over his body, his spirit hovered above him looking down at the blood-stained body. Mary and her family buried Jesus s oon after his death. No angel appeared at his tomb, and Mary Magdalene was neve r near Jesus' tomb. There is no historical truthfulness in the physical resurre
ction of Jesus. Jesus would not resurrect a physical body that was created by D arkness (Matter). Although there was no physical resurrection, after his death the spirit-body of Jesus was first "seen" by his brother James (who later incarnated as Edgar Cayce ) and later by others. The belief that Jesus came to this world to save humanity by redeeming the negat ive karma (Sanskrit word for action) of humanity (or paying the debt of humanity 's Sin) through his death is terribly flawed. The truth is, he came to awaken t rue beings to the Mother-Father Light within them and for this the evil beings m urdered him. Karma is understood as being a just law of cause and effect. Unfortunately this is not true. Karma is not a just system. Karma is evil. Few people know or s uspect that karma is evil. The true God of Light did not impose such an evil sy stem on this planet or anywhere else. Under this law, any one who incarnates on this plane has to abide by the law. It is not just and impersonal at all. It is imposed by Evil to exploit, manipulate and control humans. Contrary to what the Cosmic wants us to believe, this law is unjustly applied with favouritism. It was designed in such a way that in total, true beings were unjustly punished. It is a way of trapping people in a no-win situation for its own evil, selfish purpose. Indeed, most people do not suspect that karma is a perfect trap set up by the Co smic (the Usurper) to bring people back again and again through the wheels of in carnation. Misfortune is believed to be bad deeds done in a previous or present incarnation which is now catching up with the victim of misfortune and converse ly, good fortune is regarded as a reward for past good deeds. Hence, people are taught not to interfere with karma. The truth is, all suffering results in the production of emotional energy which prospers the Cosmic. The Cosmic depends on a constant supply of energy for its creation. In every lifetime mistakes are made so retribution according to this law of karma is never ending! Thus, like all the rest, everyone is trapped. Ho w can karma be fair when so many factors, such as programming are dictating the actions of people? Fortunately the Board of Karma which dispenses it is finishe d. It appears to be continuing at present because of "unseen computers" which h ave been programmed to function and communicate with those down here just as the Lords of Karma did. As stated earlier, shortly after Jesus' death he appeared in the etheric form to James and later to Mary, his mother and others who were close to him. Not long after Jesus' death, Mary, in taking the advice Jesus gave her before his death, left for India with a few trusted followers. There, she was welcomed by Babaji (the Babaji of Haidakhan of this century) with whom Jesus had spent some happy times previously in the Himalayas. Jesus' departing words to his disciples were: "The Spirit of the Eternal Flame l ives in all true Divine beings." The apocalyptic phenomenon is a much misunderstood matter. Often people associa te Christ's message as an apocalyptic message. But Jesus' message is about awak ening the trapped beings who have forgotten their divine identity and preparing them for the time when they can be evacuated and returned to their original Divi ne abode. "Salvation" does not depend on physical destruction or physical resur rection. It is not necessarily true that all those who advocate the apocalyptic solution to sufferings in life are seeking vindication for their mistreatment in this lif
e and punishment for the wicked in the next world as some claim. V. Jesus and John the Baptist Jesus and John the Baptist were brought up in the Qumran tradition and although they were biological cousins, they were ontological opposites. Jesus was an Enl ightened Being and John was sufficiently unbalanced mentally that even his apolo gist writers and corrupters of truth had to present him as mentally disturbed. John's message was mainly eschatological and apocalyptic with a heavy stress on baptism and forgiveness of sins in order to make it to "heaven". As can be seen in the Gospel according to Luke, John is first introduced as thou gh he is important to the introduction of Jesus. Jesus needs no introduction fr om anyone, and certainly not from John. John never baptised Jesus as has been s tated in the gospels, nor was John the "voice crying in the wilderness". There were many problems between Jesus and John the Baptist due to John always trying to take over and usurp Jesus' role while also undermining Jesus. John was never Jesus' precursor as is suggested in the propaganda of Darkness. Jesus needed n o announcement then or now. John did not call Pharisees and Sadducees a generation of vipers. In fact, John 's disciples were even associated with the Pharisees in the existing Bible. Alt hough it is reported that John claimed to be unworthy of unloosening the sandals of Jesus, these were empty words John never declared himself unworthy to baptis e Jesus because John always felt he was a higher being than Jesus. Throughout J esus' ministry, the disciples of John were at odds with the disciples of Jesus. John's disciples joined the Pharisees to challenge and attack the disciples of Jesus because they did not fast or observe the Sabbath. John's disciples remain ed actively aligned with John during the ministry of Jesus. Many of the malicio us and false rumours about Jesus were propagated by John and his followers. Thi s continued even after the death of Jesus. John was unable to recognise Jesus' spiritual identity. It was only in desperat ion, when John was facing death in prison that he sent his disciples to report b ack to him about whether Jesus was the Christ. John did this out of fear of dea th, and not for a spiritual reason. Had John earlier believed Jesus to be the C hrist at the supposed baptism which he was allegedly present at and so declared, why would he send disciples for subsequent confirmation? John preached hell-fire-and-brimstone and used other fear tactics to convert peo ple. John dared to even proclaim what the Messiah would teach and how he would punish his enemies. However, Jesus taught of love of the Divine and the entrapm ent by Darkness. The supposed mutual reverence and acknowledgement between Jesu s and John the Baptist are inventions and pure fantasy. Even the methods of Jesus and John were diametrically opposed, as were their spi ritual essences. Jesus was never John's follower, nor was he ever baptised by h im or by anyone else. Jesus was never involved in John the Baptist's cult. Alt hough submersion was part of the ritual practice at Qumran, Jesus himself never initiated baptism of any kind. Baptisms conducted by John the Baptist involved the forgiveness of sins, which totally contradicts all that Jesus stands for. I t is another corruption of truth that Jesus came to take away the sins of the wo rld. While John spoke of such things, Jesus did not. This is because Jesus kne w that he had come to awaken the spiritually drunk and trapped beings of Light s o that they could move away from the traps of this world and purify themselves i n preparation for their return to Purity, to Light. This is the main message of Jesus liberation of trapped Light beings from Darkness. John had a larger number of followers than did Jesus, which makes a great deal o
f sense when you consider that there are many more beings of Darkness on this pl anet than there are beings of the True Divine Creation. The feeding of the 5,00 0 never occurred, neither did the miracle of the multiplication of the bread and fishes. There was never a crowd so large around Jesus. John the Baptist was viewed by many of his time as a prophet with a messianic mo vement giving hope to the Jews of the time who were driven by deep unrest and wh o lived under Roman rule. Herod Antipas, the ruler of Galilee and Peraea, felt threatened by John the Baptist. He eventually imprisoned him at Machaeres and l ater had him killed. Herod is said to have made an oath to give a present to th e daughter of Herodias for dancing on his birthday. When she asked for the head of John the Baptist on a charger, Herod was exceedingly sorry, but he reportedl y fulfilled his promise. He would have been sad because he and John were parts of the same being. In the current Bible, it was claimed that Jesus implied that Elijah had come alr eady. Then the disciples of Jesus supposedly concluded that John the Baptist wa s Elijah in a previous incarnation. The disciples of Jesus could never make thi s mistake because they knew that Jesus was Elijah and that John was an enemy of Christ. The following two verses from the current Bible are worthy of reflection and wil l make more sense when you consider what John is: Verily I say unto you, Among them that are born of women there hath not risen a greater than John the Baptist: notwithstanding he that is least in the kingdom o f heaven is greater than he. And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force. Matthew 11:11-12. The work of Jesus in that life was nearly finished when John died. Jesus knew t hat the Evil Herod had killed the Evil John whom Jesus would confront one day. At the present time, Jesus and John the Baptist are on the planet Earth as "walk -ins". The Anti-Christ has a main purpose of avoiding the Correction of the Cel estial Error, or delaying it for as long as possible. He knows that his time is limited, but he will drag it out as long as he can. The Anti-Christ hopes to t ake as many beings down with him as possible, so he will keep up the illusion th at all is well until the very bitter end when it will be impossible to maintain the charade. The Anti-Christ is a great deceiver and a consummate actor. "Saint" Germaine is one of the disguises of the Anti-Christ. Germaine has been reputedly incarnate d in many beings throughout history. Some people believe that Germaine was Merl Merlin is a part of the Divine Mother who manifes in of Camelot. This is untrue ted in that time as Gwenevere. The time has come for Christ to confront the Anti-Christ head-on. Contrary to e xpectations which are based upon religious dogma that the Anunnaki sponsored, th e real battle will take place in relative anonymity, hidden from all but the awa res. This time the Anti-Christ cannot escape, whether the battle takes place in the p hysical or in the subtle. Nothing can stop it now. Otherwise, this information would not be released. The Anunnaki elite escaped from their future into the past. That is why they ga ve the information that 2012 was a marker of the end of this planet. At the tim e they thought that they could come back here into the past to reset the clock b
efore 2012, but they have been impeded by the Light from doing it. Time is runn ing out for them. The "Twelve Sisters" are now re-united as one force working with Christ (the Div ine Mother) in this final confrontation with the Anti-Christ. This is the time when the Mother as Christ will declare: "I shall gather all that are mine." VI. The Sayings of Jesus the Spiritual Warrior (For ease of reading male gender pronouns apply to female gender also). 1. Truth is above Mind. 2. Follow Truth, it will cure you of falsehood. 3. The Truth will set you free from the Falsity of this alluring, evil world. The pure in heart can experience the Divine and communicate with the Divine spi rit within. 4. Once falsehood is conquered, all difficulties will disappear. 5. May the Truth be invincible, overwhelming, all-powerful, leaving no room f or falsehood anywhere and forever. 6. Everyone is given his chance and help is there for all, but for each the b enefit is proportionate to his sincerity. 7. Jesus said, when you pray, remember to say to the Heavenly Mother/Father G od, "I belong to you and I want to be close to you." 8. I am the Light. Whoever follows me will never walk in Darkness, but will h ave the Light of eternal life. 9. I came from the Divine, who sent me. I know the Divine and I honour the Di vine s word. 10. If you believe that the roles that people play are meant only to teach you , and that your experiences are intricately entwined with those who may have hur t you and the hurt they caused was meant to help you, then you believe that no o ne is accountable for wrong doing or evil deeds. But, there is Evil, and Evil is NOT a necessary opposite to Good. Good is self-sufficient. 11. Recognise the Divine spark in you to draw a step closer to the Divine. 12. Divine spiritual beings are imprisoned in material bodies of Matter. 13. If you do not recognise my energy, no matter how long you have been with m e, you have not known me and you are far from me and I am far from you. You do n ot recognise me because you have not been committed to the Divine energy. To be in communication with the Divine energy you must not be covetous in your desires . Your heart must be sincere and pure and you must be fearless in the midst of D arkness. When you love me you love the Divine and you will recognise me for I wi ll reveal myself to you. 14. I have come not to be served, but to liberate Divine beings from Darkness by showing them the way back to the Light. I am the way Home. 15. Peace. Be still. 16. Concentration wholly upon oneself leads to decay and death, concentration on the Divine alone brings life and growth and realization. 17. Do not take my words for a teaching. Always view them as a force in action uttered with a definite intent. They lose their true power if ever separated fr om that purpose. 18. Let the flower of Truth blossom within you. 19. Caring for Beings of Light brings more inner strength. 20. If you are always concerned about yourself, and not thinking more about ot hers, you develop a feeling of dissatisfaction, inadequacy, and insecurity withi n yourself. This will put you in danger of the greater trap in this world. 21. Patience is an active state when one deliberately adopts the stand of not retaliating against another. Patience is not meekness or cowardice. 22. You should liberate yourself from your own traps. 23. Cultivate inner mental stability. If your mental attitude is stable and fi rm, the hostile environment will not be a cause for much disturbance. 24. Emptiness is an aspect of something. It is a particular quality or aspect
of a phenomenon. For any aspect, there must be some basis. Thus, emptiness is an aspect or quality based upon a particular phenomenon. Thus emptiness is not of an absolute nature because it is dependent on some particular basis for its exis tence or expression. Thus the basis of emptiness can either be of the Light or o f Darkness. 25. Love your neighbour, but who is your neighbour. Your neighbour is the one who is sent to you from the Divine. Your neighbour can be one who is a total str anger to you from afar. Your neighbour can be someone living close to you. But w hat is true is that your neighbour is one of the Light who needs your support as much as you need his. 26. You shall not bow to the manifestations of Darkness. In all things that tr anspire, let the Divine Spirit take you through and Darkness will dissipate. 27. Be humble to even the lowest amongst your brethren (neighbours) and you wi ll be exalted. 28. Humility in the Divine flow strengthens and empowers you in the Light. 29. Cowardice in the guise of humility weakens you in the eyes of a Dark being . You become subservient to the negativity/evil pull which he represents. 30. Do not concern yourself with things of this world which have no value to y our spiritual life. 31. The spiritual life is eternal. No amount of wealth and things of this worl d can buy you eternal life. 32. The material physical life is temporary and illusional. Therefore, strive for that which is good and eternal. 33. When your spiritual life is open and pure in your spiritual heart, so too will your concerns of this world begin to lose control of you. 34. Know yourself. The kingdom of Eternal Flame is within you. Let the Eternal Flame remain kindled in you for eternity. 35. Darkness tries at every angle to extinguish the Eternal Flame that resides in each of you who bears the Divine spark. But the love of the Eternal Flame wi ll not allow Darkness to succeed. 36. When you look for your enemies, first look into yourself because you are y our worst enemy, for only through your weak Will can Darkness be able to extingu ish that Divine Flame within you. 37. I come with a sword that divides the wheat from the chaff, the Good from t he Evil, the ones of love from the ones of hate, the ones of Light from the ones of Darkness. 38. Many shall come and claim to be me. My own will recognise me, no matter wh at. 39. Love not for the flesh, but for eternal life, Light, peace and joy. 40. The road that is most travelled leads to utter despair and ruin. The path that is less travelled and which leads you Home is narrow and seems inaccessible to you in this world of Darkness. But with focused mind and total commitment, p erseverance and courage, you can cross the thorny, steep, narrow mountain and sa il the rough seas to reach the glorious Home. the way of Truth. 41. There is only one way that leads to eternal life 42. The beings of Darkness inwardly know that there is no infinite existence a long with the Light beings. Thus, some of them have encouraged and promoted othe rs to live fully in the "now". 43. The beings of Darkness will always find fault with the beings of Light, no matter how much good the beings of Light have done because beings of Darkness a re jealous of beings of Light. 44. There is only one love that loves unconditionally the love of the Divine. 45. There is only one true everlasting joy the joy that the Mother/Father God can give you. 46. You must discriminate between what is true and what it false, what is real and what is illusion. 47. You need to practise living your spiritual truth in the beginning of your path right until the end of your physical existence. 48. Those who know truth will work to resist evil. These too, will work for th e Light and not against the Light.
49. One does not become pure by outward appearance and action. 50. The enemies of Light do not truly befriend the children of Light. Avoid su ch children of Darkness. 51. Those who love the entrapments and glitter of this material world are slav es to Evil. 52. The Devil desired the submission of True Divine beings from the very begin ning. The Devil has no truth in him. He is absolute Deception and Falsehood. The Devil misguides truth seekers by opening up false paths so that they might be l ed astray from the Light and be trapped, abused, manipulated and destroyed. 53. I speak of the ultimate challenge it is to become pure. To do this one has to relinquish the physical, the material. To do this is not easy. One has to ad here to truth and overcome the lure of the world before one can achieve freedom. 54. Be pure in heart. 55. I give you authority to tread on snakes and scorpions (the Evil ones) and over all the power of the beings of Darkness. 56. One should not egotistically display one s psychic power. 57. When you are in the Light, your spiritual body becomes a dazzling white li ght. 58. Your eye is the lamp of your body. If your eye is full of Light, so too is your whole body. If your eye is full of Darkness, your body too is full of Dark ness. 59. If you body is full of Light, with no part of it in Darkness, it will be f ull of bright light as when a lamp gives you bright light with its rays. 60. Do not let fear trouble and control you. 61. When you relinquish your egotism, you will be liberated. 62. When someone comes to me and hears my words and acts on them he is like so meone who built his house on a solid foundation which can withstand a flood. The one who hears and does not act is like one who built his house on the ground wi thout a solid foundation. When the river bursts against it, immediately it will fall and great will be the destruction of that house. 63. The path to "Heaven" is narrow but a small number will travel it. The road that leads to Destruction is easily accessible and wide and many travel it. But the gate to "Divine Life" is narrow and the road to it is difficult and few wil l choose to take it. Thus few will be saved from the path of Destruction. 64. The Earth will be built up and destroyed and be no more. 65. Evil will be exposed and the rectification plan revealed throughout this d imension and then the end will come. 66. I have not come to start a religion, nor to seek followers. I have come to prepare for the day when I shall return again to gather all that are mine and t o return them Home where there will be no suffering, no pain, no injustice and n o Evil. 67. God so loved Her own Creation that She sent part of Herself down to this e vil-ridden world to liberate trapped True beings from Darkness. 68. Jesus said to his disciples "I have given the Divine beings my message and the world has hated them because they do not belong to the world, just as I do not belong to the world. I am not asking you to take them out of the world, I am asking you to protect them from the Evil ones. The world does not recognise nor want to accept my message, for my message is for those who have the Divine esse nce which resonates with my message." 69. I come to this world to testify to the Truth. Everyone who belongs to the Truth listens to my voice. 70. I have come not to bring peace upon the world. I have come to cast conflic t and division upon the earth. Father will be against son and son against father , mother against daughter and daughter against mother, and brothers against sist ers. This is because in many families there will be some of those who are of the Light and others who are of Darkness. This has nothing to do with one s belief it has to do with his essence. 71. If there is Light within a person of Light, it will shine on the whole wor ld. If it does not shine, it is dark because the Light was never in it. 72. If you do not fast from the world, you will not find the kingdom of Light.
73. If the flesh came into being because of spirit, that is a marvel, but if s pirit came into being because of the body, that is indeed a marvel of marvels. T his is because spirit could create a material body, but a material body could no t create a spirit. 74. Sincere and earnest prayer will strengthen you. 75. Some follow truth, some listen to it and like it, but forget about it beca use it does not suit their situations. 76. When you search for the truth you should persevere until you find it. When you find truth you may at first be disturbed, but once you are able to sort thr ough, you will marvel and will rise up above falsehood. 77. The kingdom of God is within you. You cannot find the Divine outside of yo u. 78. When you know your true spiritual identity, then you will be one with thos e of the Light. You will inwardly know that you are one of the children of the T rue God, but if you do not know yourself, then you will live in ignorance and un awareness and you are the unawakened. 79. Be honest to your True Self because your True Self knows everything. All t hings will be known to the Divine. 80. Reject evil. Do not covet that which is not yours. Help those of the Light who are in need. Do good to them. Do not let your ego stand in your way. 81. You cannot find God with your external eye and mind. Strive to behold the Eternal Spirit with your being and feel it with your heart and purify yourself. 82. Do not condone those who abuse humans and animals or those who practise hu man or animal sacrifice. 83. Those who trap beings by the glitter of this material world will themselve s be cast into Darkness. 84. Many will attempt to lure the children of God from the Divine path. 85. Be ever vigilant and strong while you await deliverance from Darkness. 86. No one who is luke-warm in their love for the Divine is ever going to be a devoted, loving and strong warrior for the Light. If you are sitting on the fen ce waiting to see which side you should choose, I say to you that by your inacti on you have already chosen to serve Darkness. 87. Darkness will never respond to Divine love. 88. Do not make enemies amongst one another of the Light. 89. Never give in or compromise with the enemies of the Light for such actions will weaken you. Never turn the other cheek to beings of Darkness for if you do , you will always be their slaves. If you love beings of Darkness indiscriminate ly which can NEVER truly respond to your Light and love, they will attempt to sp iritually assassinate you. 90. If I had come to you in a different body in another life, how many of you would recognise or accept me? Very few would recognise me, not only because of i ngrained prejudices, but because very few have the awareness to recognise my ene rgy. 91. Look, the sower went out to sow his seeds, some fell on the road and the b irds came and gathered them. Others fell on rock, and they withered and died bec ause they did not take root in the soil and did not produce heads of grain. 92. When the message of truth was revealed, some did not heed it, some did not cultivate it and follow it through, some did not persevere, others simply gave up when confronted with trials and tribulations, but a few seekers accepted trut h and followed truth and made progress in the long run. 93. Seek for things that are real and lasting rather than things that will per ish and be of no spiritual value. 94. There is but one Light, the Light that leads you out of Darkness. 95. The beings of Darkness and the world hate the beings of Light because the beings of Light are not of the world even as I am not of the world. 96. You are not alone because the Divine is with you. 97. I pray not for the world, but for them which belong to the Divine Creation . I have not come to heal the world, but to sustain those of mine who are here u ntil the time of deliverance is nigh. 98. A prayer: The Eternal Flame of Purity, praise be your name; your kingdom c
ome. May your Will be done at all times. Grant to us all that we need for our sp iritual sustenance. Strengthen our Will and show us your way. Your love and maje sty we long to behold. Open our eyes that we may discern the Truth from the Fals e. Lead us to our Paradise our Divine Eternal Home. May your Love, Power and Lig ht surround and abide in us always. 99. I shall gather all that are mine. 2003 by ATTBAR back to top Xee-A Twelve Home
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