christ2The word Christ is derived from the Greek Χριστός Christos, “the Anointed One,” and Krestos, whose esoteric meaning is “fire.” The word Christ is a title, not a personal name.

"I [John] indeed baptize you with water unto repentance: but he [Christ] that cometh after me is mightier than I, whose shoes I am not worthy to bear: he [Christ] shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost, and [with] fire: Whose fan [is] in his hand, and he will throughly purge his floor, and gather his wheat into the garner; but he will burn up the chaff with unquenchable fire." - Matthew3:12, Luke 3:16

"I [Christ] am come to send fire on the earth..."- Luke 12:49

10) Jesus [Christ] said, "I [Christ] have cast fire upon the world, and see, I am guarding it until it blazes." - Gospel of Thomas

82) Jesus [Christ] said, "He who is near Me [Christ] is near the fire, and he who is far from Me is far from the Kingdom." - Gospel of Thomas

"If someone is near me [Christ], he will burn. I [Christ] am the fire that blazes. Whoever is near me is near fire; whoever is far from me is far from life." - Gospel of the Savior

All religions, philosophies, and sciences study Christ, even if they do not use that name, since Christ is the very fire of life. Learn more in these books, articles, and courses:

Alchemical Symbolism of the Nativity of Christ
Bodhichitta in Christianity
Christ and the Virgin
Christ, Mantra, Mind Protection
Christ, the Mystery of Light
Christ, the Mystery of the Light
Christ's Will
Christic and Demonic Initiation
Christic Egyptian Pranayama
Epiphany of Christ
Harvest of the Sun
Jehovah, Lucifer, Christ
Marriage in Christianity
Mysteries of the Gnostic Easter
Nativity of Christ
Path of the Bodhisattva
Teachings of Christ
The Antichrist
The Aquarian Message
The Christ
The Christ in Substance
The Christic Work
The Cosmic Christ and the Holy Week
The Gnostic Bible: The Pistis Sophia Unveiled
The Intimate Christ
The Major Mysteries
The Mantra of Christ: Om Manipadme Hum
The Perfect Matrimony
The Virgin Mother of the Christified
Theophany or Christophany