The Waters of Life September 17, 2010
Jesus hints at the Holy Ghost’s gender when he refers to his `mother’ in heaven, and compares her in the Nag Hammadi gospels to his earthly mother, saying his earthly mother gave him death but his heavenly mother gave him life. He also mentions that his followers are to be born again of the Ruach or Anima, and he speaks of baptism as a ritual of rebirthing, where we are BORN again of the water.
Everyone knows there is no birth without a womb, without a mother. Jesus explains this so that the gender of the Ruach is not only incidental, but central and crucial to the mystery of baptism, and the one being baptised is reborn as a child of the Holy Ghost, he or she is born again of the Holy Ghost, a son of the Goddess.
I have presented all these facts to conclude that Jesus, and his rabbi John the Baptist, both of whom were Essenes, were beyond a shadow of a doubt teaching a form of Goddess spirituality and a Goddess mystery tradition WITHIN Judaism, and that the Ruach’s status as a Divine WOMAN was central to the true mystery and meaning of baptism.
Jesus had a huge body April 8, 2010
“Now we have to know that Christ has suffered for us absolutely to the brink. We don’t have to suffer anymore. These are nonsensical ideas coming from people who are sadistic, who have no Joy in themselves. They cannot see you happy. And that’s why also they made Christ look like a TB patient I should say. I went to the Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo was a Realized soul, a great person. He had done complete justice to the image of Christ. Huge big thing like, we can say, a Texas fellow. Body was like a lambodar — with a big stomach which is Christ . . . Just imagine. It is Michelangelo, is the only person who has really done justice.”
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
The New Age Has Started, Houston, USA — October 6, 1981
Did Jesus felt Kundalini? February 18, 2010
The place of life is within November 18, 2009
“As Jesus talks with his three chosen disciples, Matthew asks him to
show him the “place of life,” which is, he says, the “pure light.”
Jesus answers, “Every one [of you] who has known himself has seen
it.”53 Here again, he deflects the question, pointing the disciple
instead toward his own self-discovery. ”
(53. Dialogue of the Savior 132.15 — 16, in NHL 233.)
Elaine Pagels, The Gnostic Gospels,
Random House, New York, 1989, p. 131