The 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, Yeshua, which means "savior." Thus, the original use of this term is as an honorific title, such as "rabbi."
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. - Samael Aun Weor