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Re: [steiner] The Two Jesus Children

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    ... does that make, Adam, the gentile Jesus?; ... and the Solomon line the Jewish Jesus? and 1 more question, would the single entity Jesus contention have an
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 29, 2004
      On Jul 29, 2004, at 11:55 AM, Mathew Morrell wrote:

      > People may become confused by the strange event that occurred to
      > Jesus in his youth, and thereby misinterpret the essential nature of
      > our Saviour. At the age of 12 something happened that altered the
      > Luke-Jesus to the point wherein his meek, mild, loving demeanor
      > suddenly assumed a harder, more masculine edge. He became imbued by
      > Solomonic knowledge. Of the first to recognize this transformation,
      > according to the Bible, were the Hebrew rabbis in Jerusalem after
      > Jesus became "lost." Here the meek, mild, innocently-radiant little
      > boy exposed the powerful, arcane knowledge that he was now in
      > possession of and taught as the rabbis listened in awe and
      > amazement. The strange event merged together two opposite life-
      > lines running parallel to each other through the Bible, one in the
      > Luke Gospel and one the gospel of Matthew, both seemingly in
      > contradiction with the other and irresolvable. Yet this same
      > dichotomy is also expressed outside the Bible in the "Dead Sea
      > Scrolls", where two Jesus' are named: The Messiah of Aaron is
      > mentioned along with the Messiah of Israel: the priestly Messiah and
      > the kingly Messiah.
      >
      > It is my contention, however, that Jesus is but one entity. And that
      > entity is the Luke Jesus. Steiner himself, I believe, said that the
      > Luke-Jesus, Adam, was the Ego of Jesus, and thereby is the Jesus we
      > mean when we reference our Saviour. The other Jesus (of the Solomon
      > line) was used merely to impart knowledge to the Luke Jesus via his
      > astral body---and the astral-body, everyone knows, contains the
      > imaginary and intellectual life of consciousness but is not
      > consciousness itself, the I AM. The Luke Jesus is the ego of
      > Jesus. He is the One who washed his robe in the blood of the lamb,
      > the Man who suffered the scourges of Roman and Jewish whips, the One
      > who was hung mercilessly on the cross at Golgotha, who cried for the
      > salvation for all mankind, who suffered, laughed, cried, desired,
      > willed, danced, drank, ate, and finally died that we may be saved
      > through his sacrifice. The idea that Jesus was two people is true
      > only to the extent that the Solomon-Jesus was a source of knowledge
      > and power under Jesus's command.
      >
      > For more on this subject, read Paulina's essay.
      >
      > http://www.transintelligence.org/Occult%20Christological%
      > 20Research/weretheretwo.htm
      >
      >


      > Steiner himself, I believe, said that the
      > Luke-Jesus, Adam, was the Ego of Jesus, and thereby is the Jesus we
      > mean when we reference our Saviour.


      does that make, Adam, the gentile Jesus?;

      > The other Jesus (of the Solomon
      > line)

      and the Solomon line the Jewish Jesus?


      and 1 more question, would the single entity Jesus contention have an
      effect on the interpretation of Simon?

      thanks again for any insight,

      very interesting

      =)
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