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Three Wise Men Bearing Gifts

LightWorker™ Series

Channelling by Dr. Joshua David Stone

Manual by Alasdair Bothwell Gordon
Layout by Jens Søeborg
Three Wise Men Bearing Gifts Initiation (LW™ Series)
This initiation is from the many, channelled by Dr. Joshua David Stone,
shown on the picture to the right. They are from a numbered list of 303
initiations. I have sorted them differently, but I have kept the number as
well, but skipped the "The" in front of all names. Dr. Stone is giving them
free as true gifts from our eternal and infinite Spirit, coming directly from
the Absolute Source of Divine Light and Divine Love. And remember they
are all free of any charge and obligation. You are free to copy and pass on.
If you translate, then please pass a copy to:,

LightWorker™ New Testament Initiations (Dr. Joshua David Stone)

Ascension and Holy Spirit Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 215) (LightWorker™ Series)
Crucifixion Initiations 1-2 (Dr. Joshua David Stone 33+266) (LightWorker™ Series)
Garden of Gethsemane Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 212) (LightWorker™ Series)
Good Samaritan Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 27) (LightWorker™ Series)
Immaculate Conception Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 16) (LightWorker™ Series)
Jairus' Daughter Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 61) (LightWorker™ Series)
John the Baptist Initiations 1-2 (Dr. Joshua David Stone 13+291) (LightWorker™ Series)
John the Baptist & Prophets/Channels of God Initiation (Dr. Joshua D. Stone 34) (LW™ Series)
John the Beloved Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 105) (LightWorker™ Series)
Joseph Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 112) (LightWorker™ Series)
Judas Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 117) (LightWorker™ Series)
Last Supper Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 30) (LightWorker™ Series)
Lazarus Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 118) (LightWorker™ Series)
Luke Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 168) (LightWorker™ Series)
Mary Magdalene Initiation 1-2 (Dr. Joshua David Stone 10+21) (LightWorker™ Series)
Matthew Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 153) (LightWorker™ Series)
New Testament Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 141) (LightWorker™ Series)
Peter Initiations 1-2 (Dr. Joshua David Stone 18+131) (LightWorker™ Series)
Peter and Cornelius Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 216) (LightWorker™ Series)
Peter and the Angel Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 217) (LightWorker™ Series)
Physical Ascension and Resurrection Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 213) (LW™ Series)
Resurrection Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 20) (LightWorker™ Series)
Rich Man Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 66) (LightWorker™ Series)
Rich Man and Lazarus Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 177) (LightWorker™ Series)
Sadducees, Pharisees, and Sanhedrin Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 38) (LW™ Series)
Salome Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 11) (LightWorker™ Series)
Sermon on the Mount Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 32) (LightWorker™ Series)
Tempter Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 0) (LightWorker™ Series)
The 144,000 Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 274) (LightWorker™ Series)
Three Wise Men Bearing Gifts Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 155) (LightWorker™ Series)
Twelve Apostles Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 290) (LightWorker™ Series)
Twenty-Four Elders Surrounding the Throne of Grace (Dr. Joshua D. Stone 273) (LW™ Series)
Virgin Mary Initiation (Dr. Joshua David Stone 107) (LightWorker™ Series)

Receiving the Initiation

Start with Gassho (prayer posture). Meditate on the light and love energies around you, above
you and inside of you. Ask the help of your higher self and others of your helpers such as the
mighty I AM Presence, the angels and archangels, masters and mahatma guides of meditation,
ascension and initiation. Accept receiving the initiation from your teacher. Sense the energies!
Enjoy! Expand! Relax...
Passing on the Initiation
To pass the Initiation to others do the same process as above. Just intend to pass them and read
them out loud waiting for a few moments in-between initiations sensing the energies running
and the spiritual shifts. Trust in the Higher Wisdom and Power. Enjoy! Expand! Relax..

Three Wise Men Bearing Gifts Initiation
n Christian tradition the Magi, also known as the Three Wise Men, the Three

I Kings, or Kings from the East, were probably Persian priests, proficient in
astrology. The Gospel of Matthew states that they came "from the east to
Jerusalem" to worship the Christ, "born King of the Jews". The Magi were the first religious
figures to worship Christ, and for this reason the story of the Magi is particularly
respected and popular among many Christians. Over the centuries, the Christian church has
embroidered many circumstantial details about the Magi. One of the most important
changes was their “promotion” from astrologers to kings. The general view is that this is
linked to Old Testament prophesies that have the Messiah being worshipped by kings in
Isaiah and the Psalms.

ccording to Matthew, the Magi navigated by following a star which came to be

A known as the Star of Bethlehem. Unlike Luke, the Matthew pays no attention to
the actual birth of Jesus, focusing instead on what occurred before and after.
Skipping the actual birth, Matthew introduces the Magi, who have come to pay their
respects, while accidentally informing King Herod of Jesus' existence. The word Magi is a
Latinization of the plural of the Greek word magos (Μαγος , pl. Μαγοι), which is a
derivative from Old Persian Magupati. The term is a specific occupational title referring
to the priestly caste of a branch of Zoroastrianism. As part of their religion, these priests
paid particular attention to the stars, and gained an international reputation for
t that time astrology was a highly regarded science, only later giving rise to

A aspects of mathematics and astronomy, as well as the modern and less respectable
practice of fortune-telling going by the same name. An indication of their
astrological credentials is in the phrase translated in the King James Version of the Bible
that Herod inquired of them diligently, which is actually a Greek technical word referring
directly to astrological sciences of the time.

erod tried to trick them into revealing where Jesus was, so that he might be put to

H death. Upon finding Jesus, the Magi gave him an unspecified number of gifts,
amongst which were three highly symbolic ones: gold, frankincense and myrrh.
Because these three gifts were recorded, there is a perception that there were three givers,
although the Gospel account is silent on this matter.

he Magi were then warned in dreams that revealed Herod's deadly intentions for

T the child and decided to return home by a different route, in order to thwart them.
This prompted Herod to resort to killing all the young children in Bethlehem, an act
called the Massacre of the Innocents, in an attempt to eliminate a rival heir to his throne.
Jesus and his family had, however, escaped to Egypt beforehand. After these events, the
magi returned home and passed into historical obscurity.

n the West the names of the Magi have been settled since the 8th century as

I Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar. The names of the Magi derive from an early 6th
century Greek manuscript in Alexandria. Different names have been used in other
traditions. Marco Polo claimed that he was shown the three tombs of the Magi at Saba
south of Tehran in the 1270s, in which their bodies were still intact, with hair and beard
Shrine of the Three Kings at Cologne Cathedral, according to tradition, contains

A the bones of the Three Wise Men. Reputedly they were first discovered by Saint
Helena on her famous pilgrimage to Palestine and the Holy Lands. She took the
remains to the church of Hagia Sophia in Constantinople. They were later moved to Milan,
before being sent to their current resting place by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I in
AD 1164. The City of Milan celebrates its part in the tradition by holding a medieval
costume parade every 6 January.

pon meeting Jesus, the Magi are described as handing over gifts and "falling

U down" in joyous praise. The use of the term "falling down" more properly means
lying prostrate on the ground, which, together with the use of kneeling in Luke's
birth narrative, had an important effect on Christian religious practice. Previously both
Jewish and Roman tradition had viewed kneeling and prostration as undignified, reserved
in Jewish tradition for manifestations of God, although for Persians it was a sign of great
respect, often showed to the king. But inspired by these verses, kneeling and prostration
were adopted in the early Church. While prostration is generally no longer featured,
kneeling has remained an important element of Christian worship to this day.

hree of the gifts are explicitly identified in Matthew — gold, frankincense and

T myrrh. In a hymn of the late 4th-century Spanish poet Prudentius, the three gifts
have already gained their medieval interpretation as prophetic emblems of Jesus'
identity, familiar in the carol We Three Kings by John Henry Hopkins, Jr., 1857.

The gifts are prophetic and symbolic — gold as a symbol of kingship on earth, frankincense
as a symbol of priestly office, and myrrh (embalming oil) as a symbol of death.
he gifts themselves have also been criticized as useless to a poor carpenter and his

T family. This has often been the target of comic satire in television and other
comedy. What subsequently happened to the gifts is never mentioned in the
scripture, but several traditions have developed. One story has the gold being stolen by the
two thieves who were later crucified alongside Jesus. Another tale has the gold being
entrusted to and then misappropriated by Judas. Another story is that the family quickly
pawned or sold them and used the money to finance their flight to Egypt.

n the Monastery of St. Paul of Mount Athos there is a 15th century golden case

I containing purportedly the Gifts of the Magi. Apparently this was part of the
relics of the Holy Palace of Constantinople and it is claimed they were displayed
there since the 4th century AD. After the Athens earthquake of September 9, 1999 they
were temporarily displayed in Athens in order to strengthen faith and raise money for
earthquake victims.

here is still great controversy over exactly what the Magi saw in the skies. The

T modern distinction between stars and planets was unknown. Was it a shooting
star or even a comet? Readers who want to know more will find adequate and
conflicting material in the reference books or in Wikipedia. They certainly saw something
which, for them, was of great significance.

olidays celebrating the arrival of the Magi traditionally recognise a distinction

H between the date of their arrival and the date of Jesus' birth. Matthew's
introduction of the Magi gives the reader no reason to believe that they were
present on the night of the birth, instead stating that they arrived at some point after
Jesus had been born (perhaps as much as a year).

Christianity celebrates the Magi on the day of Epiphany, January 6, the last of the twelve
days of Christmas.

tradition in Central Europe involves writing the initials of the three kings above

A the main door of the home to confer blessings on the occupants for the New Year.
For example, K + M + B 2008.
In France and Belgium, the holiday is celebrated with a special tradition: within a family, a
cake is baked which contains one single bean. Whoever gets the bean is "crowned" king for
the remainder of the holiday.

his tradition also exists in Spain, but with one small variant; the cake, in this case

T actually a ring-shaped pastry or Roscón de Reyes, is most commonly bought, not

baked, and it contains a small figurine of a Baby Jesus and a dry broad bean. The
one who gets the figurine is crowned, but whoever gets the bean has to pay the value of
the cake to the person that originally bought it.

In Mexico they have the same ring-shaped cake Rosca de Reyes, it contains figurines of the
Baby Jesus. Whoever gets a figurine is supposed to buy tamales for the Candelaria feast
(Candlemas) on February the second.

he Magi have featured in much religious and devotional art over the centuries.

T More generally the Magi appear in popular Nativity scenes and other Christmas
decorations. They are featured in Menotti's opera Amahl and the Night Visitors,
and in several Christmas carols, of which the best-known English one is We Three Kings.
Sentimental narrative detail is included in the novel and movie Ben-Hur. Balthasar appears
there as an old man, who goes back to Palestine to see the former child Jesus become an
adult. It has been suggested that Christmas cards featuring the Magi outsell those with
shepherds. The twentieth-century poet T.S. Eliot wrote a poem The Journey of the Magi
t is worth remembering that these Magi came, bringing their gifts, from a very

I different religious tradition to Jesus. To the Jews, they were outsiders, even
descendants of ancient enemies. Historically, astrologers have not been particularly
welcome in most Christian or Jewish traditions. Most religions (and this includes the new
Age) believe they are right and, by implication, all others are wrong. Jesus belongs to all
religious traditions yet is the property of none, as he transcends them all and should not be
denied to any.

What can I give Him

Poor as I am?
If I were a shepherd,
I would bring a lamb:
If I were a wise man,
I would do my part:
whatt I can I give Him –
Yet wha
Give my heart
Christina Georgina Rossetti

Alasdair Bothwell Gordon, EdD

Reiki Master and Teacher
Life Coach and Change Agent
Certified NLP Practitioner
Aberdeen, Scotland (UK)
Appendix - Dr. Joshua David Stone & the I AM University

The well known author of many books of spiritual nature Dr Joshua David Stone had a Ph.D. in
Transpersonal Psychology and was a Licensed Marriage, Family and Child Counselor in
California. In November 2004 Dr Stone officially launched the "I AM University", which is an
actual university that Dr Stone runs on the inner plane and has been guided by Spirit and the
Ascended Masters to anchor and externalize on Earth. The "I
AM University" is the fast path to becoming a fully realized
"Integrated Ascended Master" on Earth in this lifetime!

In 2005 Dr Stone passed on to the Spirit world where he

continues to run the inner plane I AM University and
Spiritually supports the continued expansion of his work
through the platform and vehicle of the earthly/outer plane I
AM University! He is now in training with Lord Maitreya and
the Spiritual Hierarchy in preparation of serving as the future
head of the Spiritual Hierarchy for Planet Earth when his
training to do so is complete.

Dr Stone will still be the leader of the I AM University on the spiritual plane, and on the earthly
plane his job is taken over by his helper Rev. Gloria Excelsias.

Gloria Excelsias is a Minister, Spiritual Teacher, Healer and Author,

who served as long-term personal assistant to Dr Joshua David Stone.
When Dr Stone passed on to the Spirit world, he made Gloria Excelsias
the new President and Director of the Earthly plane I AM University
which she now runs in co-creation with and being overlighted by Spirit,
the Ascended Masters, Archangels and Angels, Elohim and Dr Stone!

As part of this whole transition and process, Gloria has been guided by
Spirit, the Masters and Joshua to relocate the I AM University to
Salzburg - the Heart of Europe! Having been born in Austria, this
location has crystallized itself as the perfect place on Planet Earth to
serve as new home for the I AM University Headquarters that allows
Gloria best to run and expand the I AM University according to Spirit
and the Masters’ Plan.

Do you want to know more about Joshua David Stone, Gloria Excelsias and the I AM University,
then you can look at

Web Site:

I AM University , Dr Joshua David Stone & Gloria Excelsias
Postfach 13, 4866 Unterach am Attersee, Austria - Europe