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YESHUA: THE UNKNOWN JESUS

Posted on November 20, 2012 at 8:23am 7 Comments

Here is a link to my work recovering the historical Pre-Christian teachings of Yeshua (Jesus), and which I have presented in the Yeshua Workshop to interested groups worldwide: http://hometemple.org/Lecture-Tour.htm

Here is a link to several short YouTube PowerPoint presentations I have put online about the Pre-Christian teachings: …

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Kalachakra Tantra Adapted for Theosophists

Posted on November 14, 2012 at 11:17am 2 Comments

I was initiated into Kalachakra Tantra over three decades ago by the Venerable Kirte Tsenshab Rinpoche, at Vajrapani Institute in Boulder Creek, California. Rinpoche is a very important lineage holder in the Kalachakra tradition, as after the invasion of the Chinese in 1959, he was the only living Master who held a rare lineage of the 'Vimalaprabha'; a very important Kalachakra text. As such, he was also teacher and Kalachakra of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

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At 1:44am on December 13, 2012,
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David
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Actually, I did not necessarily mean 'entirely,' since certain NT statements are in the Gnostic texts, and Revelation, despite its share of bad parts, is arguably a Yoga text, as JM Pryse, Madame Blavatsky's secretary decoded... but my personal philosophy involves the Gnostic texts with the viewpoint they had a discarnate teacher, and not really the Bible except for maybe the Yoga meanings of Revelation, which are in other texts anyway, and rare other statements (probably similar to in other sources) just because I think they express something similar, i.e., about Yoga or reality or something....

The Kalachakra Tantra was a great interest of mine before I decided astrology was nonsense... though I have not found a translation even though there seem to be non-Vajrayana sources that do not restrict reading, I am also interested in your ideas on that and will try to see in the forum in a while.

At 11:02pm on November 30, 2012,
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I am glad you joined. I am Gnostic, no longer Christian, but I am still somewhat interested in heretical Christianity. I would be interested to see what you have to say about the Gnosticism that considered Jesus not to have incarnated, and any obscure or new texts can be used in that philosophy. Maybe there was a prophet called Jesus, but the less-mentioned parts of the New Testament (NT) make it seem to me more like that person would have been working for the evil beings (archons) in Gnosticism, unless one rejects the NT entirely... I think there are other records supporting it has historical truth, such as a Roman government letter describing Jesus... but who knows what the real story was; the NT may have been almost all fabricated.

At 6:17pm on November 26, 2012, Sharon said…

Thanks for the invitation, Lewis!

At 1:57pm on November 13, 2012,
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John
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Welcome!

Please have a look around and feel free to participate!

John E. Mead

 
 
 

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