posted on Jan, 5 2014 @ 05:32 PM
reply to post by Greatest I am
Yes, and yes and yes this resonates with me. I would say 'father concept in heaven' is overrated (an ideaform from the 3d perspective). Im not sure
the 'gnostic' term applies to being a christian unless one accepts Jesus was an Essene and of that order.
Jesus was indeed part of the Essene order, since his parents and grandparents were also Essenes. It is a family tradition of sorts. However, when he
reached the age of 12, he passed all of the tests administered by the Elders with flying colors and then some. The Essene order no longer had
anything to offer him; so he went somewhere else to find wisdom. This is the essence of a true spiritual seeker, always going out to find something
higher. This is what God does, so we should all do the same.
FINALLY someone whom agrees with me that Jesus was indeed an Essene. Where do you suppose he toddled off to after age 12? I know; what those travels
were and whom he went with. You are always so positive in your nature; a joy to speak with and if others would open their hearts to try to understand
your premise or attempt to read something into this wisdom (no charge involved) would be a good thing.
edit on 4-1-2014 by vethumanbeing
because: (no reason given)
Master Yeshua (His mother called him Yeshu, he was only called Jesus after ascension) found a bunch of merchants and hitched a ride to the East,
passing through Persia, Kashmir (Northern India), and eventually to Tibet. His journey through the Himalayas and parts of India was met with many
Buddhist Masters, as well as normal people in everyday life. He studied intensively for 17 years over there, eventually even earning him a title of
Issa in India. Issa means Lord or Master in Tibetan language. His teachings over there were more advanced, compared to the time when he got back to
Israel at age 29. The most important thing to remember about his journey was the merging of Western and Eastern spirituality. The true Jesus
teachings pretty much mirrored what Buddha Gautama and Master Quan Yin taught in the East. The teachings of Christianity are just a mix of Mithraism
or Sun worship and ancient Egyptian theology; what one might call Syncretism. Jesus was not responsible for Christianity. He was and is a great
teacher, but not a founder of any religion, despite popular belief.
The hidden mysteries of Christianity is not really about Jesus. He just happens to be the "cover story" of the religion. It is about God's only
begotten "Sun." I spoke about this in more detail in one of my threads here
. I will
leave the rest to your inner teacher. May God's Peace and Love be with you all today.