Jesus was not the first one who incarnated the Truth, and neither shall he be the last.
The Hierophant Jesus has the same attributes of Zeus, Jupiter, Apollo, Krishna, Quetzalcoatl, and like them, also had his immaculate conception in the womb of a virgin.
Mythology says that Jesus was born on the 25th of December (the birth date of the God Mithra) in the town of Bethlehem, a town that did not exist in those times.
The poor and unknown Hebrew woman Miriam (Mary) received the same attributes and cosmic powers of the goddesses ISIS, Juno, Demeter, Ceres, Vesta, Maia, Adonia, Insoberta, Rhea, Cybele, etc.
Mary is fecundated by the Holy Spirit. The latter, in the form of a dove, fecundates Mary's womb. The dove is a phallic symbol; let us remember Peristera, a nymph in the court of Venus, transformed by love into a dove.
In the life of Jesus, Iesus, Zeus, Jupiter, Nazarenus, surges a passionate woman named Mary Magdalene, and she rapidly occupies the place of Salambo, Matra, Ishtar, Astarte, Aphrodite, and Venus.
The entire life of Jesus, Iesus, Zeus, and Jupiter, is similar to the life of Krishna in India, to that of the other Christified Beings of the world. That is why the Gospel of Jesus is similar to that of Krishna.
There are no differences in hierarchy in the Cosmic Christ. We are all ONE in the world of the Truth. However, it is good to clarify that the Buddha Jesus is the most exalted Master of the universe. Buddha is the Realized Spirit in every Perfect Man.
Christ is the Truth.
The birth of Jesus the Christ—and his life, passion, death, and resurrection—should be lived by everyone who Christifies himself.
Taken from an emerald engraving ordered by Tiberius, Roman Emperor. It comes from the treasury of Constantinople and it was given to Pope Innocent Vlll by the Sultan of Turkey in payment for the rescue of his brother, held captive by the Christians. This picture was taken directly from the priceless emerald belonging to the Vatican Treasury.
This chapter is from Supreme Christmas Message of 1961-62 (1961) by Samael Aun Weor. This book has not yet been published; help us publish it: make a donation.