The Essene Gosel -Your Mother is in you, and you in her April 18, 2011
And they asked him in amazement: “Who is our Mother and which her angels? And where is her kingdom?”
“Your Mother is in you, and you in her. She bore you she gives you life. it was she who gave to you your body, and to her shall you one day give it back again. Happy are you when you come to know her and her kingdom; if you receive your Mother’s angels and if you do her laws. I tell you truly, he who does these things shall never see disease. For the power of our Mother is above all. And it destroys Satan and his kingdom, and has rule over all your bodies and all living things.
“The Resurrection of Christ, a central doctrine of Christianity, is based on the belief that Jesus Christ was raised from the dead on the third day after his Crucifixion and that through his conquering of death all believers will subsequently share in his victory over “sin,
death, and the devil.” The celebration of this event, called Easter, or the Festival of the Resurrection, is the major feast day of the church. The accounts of the Resurrection of Jesus are found in the four Gospels – Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John – and various theological expressions of the early church’s universal conviction and consensus that Christ rose from the dead are found throughout the rest of the New Testament.” – Britannica Online
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“The Message of His life is not the Cross but the Resurrection. He
was resurrected. That was one of the things He did so that now you
can be resurrected. Every Incarnation is something unique. But the end of it was the Resurrection. He did it because He had to die.
Otherwise how can you resurrect yourself? There are lots of things which look difficult but which are not. There are some who say that Christ never resurrected Himself.”
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
Christmas Puja, India – December 25, 1993
” We have to understand the Message of Christ.
There are many people in this world who try to show off that they are
very great rationalists and they have a right to pass any remark they
like about Christ. I was reading the newspapers today. I was
surprised where they are all saying one by one that, “I reject this
part of Christ that He was born with Immaculate Conception. I reject
that He was resurrected. I reject this and I reject that.”
Who are you? Because you can write, because you have a flair, how can
you say such things? Just without finding out, you are a scholar,
maybe you are very well read, maybe that you think you are capable of
saying whatever you like about any subject, but subject of
spirituality cannot be dealt by people who are not even Self-
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
Resurrection; Helping Each Other, Easter Puja Talk
Sydney, Australia, April 3, 1994
How many of us realize that we art part of one Collective being/ The Vine/.
1“I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener. 2He cuts off every branch in me that bears no fruit, while every branch that does bear fruit he prunesa so that it will be even more fruitful. 3You are already clean because of the word I have spoken to you. 4Remain in me, and I will remain in you. No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain in the vine. Neither can you bear fruit unless you remain in me.
All separated branches which are not part of The Vine, The Father will remove them, because they does bear fruit separated from The Vine.
The other name of this Collective being/ The Vine/ is Virat Purusha.
Yeshu and Miryam in their cosmic dimensions March 4, 2010
He next tells us of Yeshu and Miryam in their cosmic dimensions:
“And the contents of this volume, he alleged, had been revealed by an angel whose height was 24 schoenoi, which make 96 miles, and whose breadth is 4 schoenoi, and from shoulder to shoulder 6 schoenoi; and the tracks of his feet extend to the length of three and a half schoenoi, which are equal to fourteen miles, while the breadth is one schoenos and a half, and the height half a schoenos. And he alleges that also there is a female with him, whose measurement, he says, is according to the standards already mentioned.
And he asserts that the male (angel) is Son of God, but that the female is called Holy Spirit. By detailing these prodigies he imagines that he confounds fools, while at the same time he utters the following sentence: “that there was preached unto men a new remission of sins in the third year of Trajan’s reign.”
Тhe greatest defects of the Christian religion March 1, 2010
“One of the greatest defects of the Christian religion, whether Protestant, Orthodox or Catholic, is that it has no concept of God as Mother. The Holy Trinity in Christian tradition consists of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
The Father and the Son are both masculine by definition and even the Holy Spirit, though it appears as a dove or as tongues of fire, is usually referred to as “he.” This is surely very strange, since the Supreme Being is by nature neither masculine nor feminine, and there is no reason why it should be represented as masculine rather than feminine.” ~The One Light – Bede Griffiths‘ Principal Writings
Did Thomas taught “a Buddhist religion”? November 19, 2009
“Tamil historical records contemporaneous with Saint
Thomas say that he taught “a Buddhist religion.”
This was no doubt because of Saint Thomas’ espousal of the Advaitic
philosophy of Shankara (who himself was often accused of
being a Buddhist by the ritualists) which contrasted with
the usual form of Hinduism at that time which was
extremely bound up in external rituals and the use of
religion to attain utterly materialistic goals. But Saint
Thomas and the Ishannis were an integral part of Vedic, or
Aryan, religion (dharma).”
How Does an Earthquake Shake? November 6, 2009
How Does an Earthquake Shake? (132,19-133, 21)
(p.305) Judas answered and said, “Tell me, master, how does an [earthquake] shake when it shakes the earth?”
The master picked up a stone and held it in his hand. [He said to him, “What] am I holding in my hand?”
He answered, “[It is] a stone.”
He said to them, “What supports the [earth] is also what supports heaven. When a word comes from the Majesty, it will go to what supports heaven and earth. The earth does not move. If it moved, it would collapse. But it does not, so that the first word might not fail. The word established the world and dwelled in it and smelled the fragrance from it.  I make known to you, all you children of humanity, all [the things] that do not move, for you are from that place. You live in the hearts of those who speak out in joy and truth. If the word comes from the Father’s body, among people, and they do not receive it, it will return back to its place.”
The Nag Hammadi Scriptures (The International Edition)
Edited by Marvin Meyer; Advisory Board: Wolf-Peter Funk, Paul-Hubert Poirier, James M. Robinson; Introduction by Elaine H. Pagels
The Wisdom of Jesus Christ, p.305-306
HarperCollins Publishers – New York
ISBN-10: 0-06-052378- 6
 It is also possible to translate this sentence as follows: “The word established the world, and the world came to be through the word, and the world received fragrance from the word.” The Coptic text employs ambiguous pronouns throughout the sentence.
The Mythmaker: Paul and the Invention of Christianity July 10, 2009
“The Mythmaker: Paul and the Invention of Christianity”
by Hyam Maccoby
1 Paul was never a Pharisee rabbi…
2 Jesus and his immediate followers were Pharisees.
3 The first followers of Jesus, under James and Peter, founded the Jerusalem Church after Jesus’s death.
4 Paul, not Jesus, was the founder of Christianity
5 A source of information about Paul that has never been taken seriously enough is a group called the Ebionites.
6 The Ebionites were stigmatized by the Church as heretics
ADAM, EVE AND TREE OF LIFE April 7, 2008
The traditional interpretation of the story of Adam and Eve is that they disobeyed God by eating the forbidden apple, which is the origin of Original Sin.
We need to remember that there were two trees in the Garden:
“In the middle of the garden were the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.”…
And the LORD God commanded the man, “You are free to eat from any tree in the garden; but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat of it you will surely die.”
Again the big question is why Adam and Eve choose the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. I would choose the tree of life.
Adam and Eve ate the apple, and when God realized this, He said:
“The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live forever.”
It is obvious that after eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil Adam and Eve realize that they are naked. This is definitely one step forward in their evolution. Acquiring the knowledge of good and evil means evolving from animals to human beings. Becoming human was both a blessing and a curse. There was much to be gained from it–as the Serpent said, “your eyes shall be opened”.
How does the story of Adam and Eve ends? Are we still evolving? What is the next step?
Remember what GOD said: “He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live forever.”
Can we try to taste THE TREE OF LIFE and live forever as promised by Christ?