I greatly enjoy reading passages of Christ in the Bible, and have discovered other passages which I feel to be his words also, yet have been withheld
from the current versions of the Bible which we know today.
Some Examples here is a list, with links if you are interested..
I personally reccommend reading the Gospel of the Holy 12 and the Aquarian Gospel.
The Apocalypse of Peter
The Apocalypse of Paul
The Aquarian Gospel of Christ
Christian Reincarnation: The Long Forgotten Doctrine
The Gospel of the Egyptians
The Gospel of Mary Magdalene.
The Gospel of the Nativity of Mary
The Gospel of Nicodemus
The Essene Gospel of Peace
The Gospel of The Perfect Life / Holy (12) Twelve
The Gospel of Philip
The Gospel of Thomas
The Gospel of Truth
The Lost Doctrines of Christianity
The Lost Gospel of Peter
The Lost Years of Jesus
The Treatise on the Resurrection
In reading some of these, I have discovered that its conceivable that Christ carried a considerably more robust message in terms of a lifestyle in the
areas of eating meat, the captivation of livestock, alcohol, and a multitude of parrables which I have not seen in the new testament.
In reading the The Gospel of the Holy Twelve, the introduction carries the following information.
Rev. Ouseley writes: and is quoted below....
"The early Christian Fathers did well their work of destroying the sources and records from which they gathered the information and data put by them
in the Bible. But they failed to destroy it all. Some escaped, and as it is discovered here and there by patient research workers, it is astonishing
to see how the world has been deceived by the Christian Fathers.
"The Original Gospel is preserved in one of the Buddhist monasteries in Tibet, and is written in Aramaic. These 'correctors' (men authorized to
'correct' the text of Scripture in the interests of what was considered orthodoxy) cut out of the Gospels with minute care certain teachings of Our
Lord's which they did not propose to 'follow, namely, those against flesh eating, such as accounts of our Lord's interference, on several
occasions, to save animals from ill treatment, and even the interesting and important teachings ever prominent in Eastern scriptures."
We have referred elsewhere to the "correctors" who were hired by the Church Fathers at the Council of Nicea to alter the original text of the
Gospels, leaving out those doctrines that were obnoxious to their emperor, Constantine, whom they desired to convert to Christianity, which he
opposed. Chief among these objectionable doctrines were the prohibition against the use of flesh meat and alcohol, and the recommendation of kindness
to animals, all of which constituted the fundamental doctrines of the teachings of Christ. On this point Udny writes: "The great significance of the
corruption of the Text lies rather in the nature of the matter struct out by the 'correctors' than in the amount. It is evident that the
'correctors' and those who appointed them were at least unwilling to denounce their beef and beer, a convenient alliteration for flesh and
If one reads this Gospel, you will hear the heart of Christ in such a manner where his tenderness to all of Gods creations is seen, and not just
In theAquarian Gospel, I found a passage where Jesus returns to and area where Melchezedek had been with Abraham. The description varies greatly from
the old testament...
And here it was that one, the Prince of Peace, the king of Salim, came; the Christ in human form; a greater far than Abraham was he. 13 And here it
was that Abraham gave to this king of Salim, tithes of all he had. 14 This Prince of Peace went forth in battle everywhere. He had no sword; no armour
of defence; no weoapons of offence; 15 And yet he conquered men, and nations trembled at his feet. 16 The hosts of Egypt quailed before this sturdy
king of right; the kings of Egypt placed their crowns upon his head, 17 And gave into his hands the sceptre of all Egypt land, and not a drop of blood
was shed, and not a captive placed in chains; 18 But everywhere the conqueror threw wide the prison doors and set the captives free. 19 And, once
again, the Prince of Peace has come, and from these blesed hills he goes again to fight. 20 And he is clothed in white; his sword is truth, his sheild
is faith; his helmet is innocence; his breath is love; his watchword peace. 21 But this is not a carnal war; it is not man at war with man; but it is
right against the wrong. 22 And love is captain, love is warrior, love is armour, love is all, and love shall win. 23 And then again the hills of
Bethlehem were clothed with light, again the messenger exclaimed, 24 Peace, peace on earth, good will to men. 25 And Jesus taught the people; healed
the sick; revealed the mysteries of the kingdom of the Holy One. 26 And many said, He is the Christ; the king who was to come has come; Praise God.
Melchezedek is mentioned in Hebrews, as well as other scripture. He is mentioned I think even in Genesis. Hes a one man Army. Similar to
Krishna...another one man army.
Christ mentions that we will be directed in the path of truth one day; Let me refresh your memory...
"There are many things which I have to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now. Howbeit the Spirit of Truth whom I will send unto you from above,
shall guide you into all truth, and bring all things to your remembrance whatsoever I have said unto you from above, shall guide you into all truth,
and bring all things to your remembrance whatsoever I have said unto you."
And in regards to women....
18 "Wherefore I say unto you, after God your best thoughts should belong to the women and the wives, woman being for you the temple wherein you will
obtain the most easily perfect happiness
Jesus talks at lenght about woman here..do a control F and find woman. This is the Christ I know.
The truth is the truth is the truth. Hate terminates hate, and ultimately, truth restores itself.
The way of Christ is the Truth as are his words. His words are not opinions, they are the truth of path. They way man was supposed to be.
Its time we open our eyes. There are nuggets of truth all around us. We know the spirit of Christs way. The question is, can you hear it in scripture
you havent read.
We are the sheep. Let he who has ears,
[edit on 3-11-2006 by HIFIGUY]