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The occult life of Jesus of Nazareth

by Alexander Smyth

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I have not read this edition and I will try to add the edition I did read, but this is a very special, psychically-received manuscript published originally in the late 1800s (1889?).

Alexander Smyth was contacted by the spirits who dictated their story to him, and he took it down longhand. Why believe them? They were none other than Saul of Tarsus/Paul and Judas, hoping to rectify some of the karma they'd incurred by the plot they contrived to use Jesus to immortalize themselves. Well, that was Saul/Paul's intent, according to the story, and Judas was his bondman who agreed to assist in the plot in order to secure his freedom -- - much to his later regret, as you might imagine. Indeed, much to both of their regret in the afterlife.

So, these two chose Smyth, followed him around (psychically) for many of his years, helped keep him alive until the time was right, and finally made psychic contact with him in order to convince him to take down their dictation and tell their story for the benefit of humanity, who had not known and never have known the truth about Jesus's life and career and how it was hampered by their efforts.

Each chapter in the book reads like a scene from a movie. One day, I hope it will be a movie. The story unfolds so seamlessly, you can't help but keep the pages turning rapidly. It makes total sense to me, as well, and rings with truth. I believe it completely. What a tragedy. Their story explains so many things, such as who Mary of Bethany truly was (Jesus' betrothed) and how things were magnified to become mythical when in fact, they were worthy of high esteem in and of themselves, and Paul's aggrandizing efforts only dimmed and distorted Jesus' true greatness.

The edition I read included a Letter from an Essene who further corroborated the story. It's called "The True Life of Jesus of Nazareth," published by Unarius Publications and is available online from used booksellers. ( )
  mrsdowney | Oct 17, 2013 |
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