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Another view on Jesus Christ?

If one truly understood the teachings of Jesus, one would come to the conclusion that Jesus had taught mysticism. Jesus represents enlightenment of the chakras and specifically the crown chakra, ie. Jesus is representative of the Sun god and the Sun is a vital symbol of Enlightenment. For Jesus was a mystic human (he was also an initiate into the mystery religion supposedly) who had reached very high level of enlightenment that no other human had reached, except probably buddha. But yet the New Testament has lots of esoteric meaning, and the first 5 books Genesis-Deuteronomy is filled with Egyptian wisdom due to Moses being an Egyptian royal initiated into the Mysteries. Moses came before Aneckhaten, not after that some scholars believe.

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  • The questioner seems to know NOTHING about CHAKRAMS–the only Chakram he/she knows seems to be only the bullock cart wheel

    “IGNORANCE IS BLISS”–“F*OLS RUSH IN WHER ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD”.

  • To understand the teaching of Jesus, you just have to read them. Which you apparently haven’t. He used common language, he explained the parables and imagery he used, and he tied it in with the well understood teachings of the Old Testament. He didn’t teach mysticism. You have to really ignore history, textual evidence & common sense to try and twist such a message in there. Jesus wasn’t a “mystic human” he is the creator, the one and God who came here to save us by paying for our sins on the cross and then proving his claims to be the only God by rising aging from the grave. Which is one of the most well documented events in ancient history.

    C S Lewis expands on the idea and shows why the non Christian really has no logical alternative but to accept that Jesus is God:
    “I’m ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don’t accept his claim to be God.” That is the one thing we must not say. A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic-on a level with the man who says he is a poached egg-or else he would be the Devil of Hell. You must make your choice. Either this man was, and is, the Son of God; or else a madman or something worse.
    You can shut him up for a fool, you can spit at him and kill him as a demon; or you can fall at his feet and call him Lord and God. “

    And the lame word swap of sun for son makes so little sense it’s laughable. That just because our English words sound alike means that the Hebrew or Greek words do. BTW they don’t.

    And the disproved theories about Moses borrowing from Egyptian Book of the Dead, and other pagan sources are also obviously wrong by history, archeology & the plain reading of how anti-mystic the Old Testament laws are, how God showed the folly of Egyptian false gods in each plague, the anti-false god worship it is.

  • You are on the right track.

    If the Sixth Ecumenical Council of the Catholic Church HADN’T removed the books of the Bible that they did, even Christians would understand what Christ did in the time from when he was 12 to 33.

    If you Google “Lost Books of the Bible,” you can find out what Christ REALLY wanted us to know, not what organized religion decided we COULD know….

  • You’re spewing nonsense. The real Jesus was a demon.

    It’s very possible that Jesus was nothing more than a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

    Jesus purported to be loving, merciful and the epitome of good—but based on my experience, Jesus is a fiendish, evil spiritual entity.

    I remember the moment that I became a born again Christian. I lost all of my emotions the very split second that it occurred. Despite my having left Christianity, I still suffer from blunted emotions. And, I remember very clearly what my emotions were like before I became a born again Christian: I was so happy and fully of life and joy—but then I became permanently depressed.

    I was baited, but as I bit the hook that’s when Jesus, a fiendish and evil spirit, showed his true colors by depriving me of something I’ll never get back: happiness.

    Who would do something so cruel, inhumane and utterly abominable?—None other than the Devil (Jesus).

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