The authentic image of JesusThe central personage of Christianity is called Jesus Christ, but this is not his birth name, it is an acquired title. The name "Jesus" is derived from an Aramaic (ancient Hebrew) word, יהשוה Yeshua or Jehoshua, which means "savior." Thus, the original use of this term is as an honorific title. Likewise, the word "Christ" is not a personal name. Christ is derived from the Greek Christos, “the Anointed One,” and Krestos, whose esoteric meaning is “fire.” The word Christ is a title, not a personal name. Nonetheless, the man known by the title Jesus Christ certainly deserves the name. Yet, two thousands years of sectarian and political conflicts have distorted his story.

The following chapters are excerpted from The Major Mysteries (1956) by Samael Aun Weor, and reveal many fascinating details about the life of Jesus of Nazareth that were not recorded in the Bible. To find out about the rest of his story, read the book.

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This image was taken from an emerald cutting sent to be engraved by order of the Roman Emperor Tiberius. It comes from the Treasure of Constantinople and was surrendered by the Sultan of Turkey to Pope Innocent VIII as ransom payment for his brother, held captive by the Christians. This image has been taken directly from the priceless emerald, belonging to the Vatican Treasury.

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"The spiritual reasoners are the unhappiest beings that exist upon this earth. They have the mind completely crammed with theories and more theories, and they suffer horribly when they cannot perform anything of which they have read. Those poor beings have terrible pride and commonly they end up separated from the Innermost, converting themselves into Tantric personalities of the abyss. If we take the mental body of any pseudo-spiritualist theorizing student, and if we examine it in detail, we will find that it is a true walking library. If then we examine in detail the coccygeal church of Ephesus or chakra Muladhara, we will find that the Kundalini is completely enclosed there, without giving a sign of even the most slight awakening. If we examine the Shushumna canal of the student we will not find vestiges of the sacred fire there. We will find that the thirty-three chambers of the given student are completely full of darkness. This internal examination will take us to the conclusion that the given student is lamentably wasting his time. The student could have a mental body converted into a true library, but all of the thirty-three chambers of the spinal column would be completely extinguished and in profound darkness. Conclusion: this student is an inhabitant of darkness, an inhabitant of the abyss."

- Samael Aun Weor, Tarot and Kabbalah

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