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“It has generally been conceded by all those who have read the New Testaments that the life of Jesus was indeed the greatest life ever lived, if this life is to be judged by its most unique character, and as it is so depicted in the Testaments. Also so depicted in these Testaments, this life presents the greatest enigma and an overwhelming contradiction, for it is impossible to compromise the concept of a man able to perform instantaneous miracles even bringing back the dead — that he did perform these acts without rhyme or reason other than, either as an exhibition of power or, as he was compassionately minded, etc., all against any wise and logical coarse of action which might be attributed to such power and intellect, i.e., that, psychologically speaking, such miraculous acts would also cause mass hallucinations, an addictive dependency on such miracles; or, again, that these miraculous acts were performed with the forseeable, and the inevitable result that it would arouse the ire and wrath of the incumbent priesthood.
Furthermore, such miraculous acts are in direct opposition to the preachments of the same individual who always emphatically insisted that it was a personal responsibility of each individual to seek out the *Father within, so that all things could be added unto, or corrected. Also most apparent, in the great contradiction of this life is in the context of the mission itself, which was to overthrow the Jehovan god and to represent a true creative facsimile as posed by this Father image, which dealt specifically as the creative factor in all aspects of life; not the Jehovan god, an emotional, vindictive, even murderous god, who had led the Jews through a senseless forty-year trek through the desert, ending this pilgrimage in long years of war; to dispossess the Canaanites of their lands and homes.
*The Father as posed in the Creative power and substance which comprise all things — also spoken of by Jesus.
These contradictions and enigmas have been the subject of heated debates, suspicions and malcontentions, both with Christians and non-Christians for many hundreds of years and until the present time, there was apparently no suitable historical recourse which could most adequately explain, and truthfully depict the life of the Nazarene as it was truly lived.
In the many texts and liturgies of UN.AR.I.U.S., much of this true information and background was presented; and to prove that Christianity, as posed in the Bible and Testaments, was a fabrication and presented the most obvious of all contradictions, that as this religion was actually founded upon the crucifixion and death of Jesus, it was so contrived and presented that in this death he died for all believers’ sins! His blood washed them away, etc.!
Going still further into this contradictory fabrication, by representing Jesus in this tissue of lies and the resurrection, Jesus was represented as immortal, and the one and only son of this Jehovan-god despite the very obvious fact that he was crucified for trying to destroy this Jehovan religion!
In the presentation of the Unariun Concept and as it so constitutes a continuation of the doctrines of Jesus, there was also a lack of massive concrete historical evidence which could immediately dispossess and destroy these false illogical suppositions, the obvious fabrications of the Christian religion — as conditions were in the time when Jesus lived, most people were illiterate and could neither read nor write; moreover, conditions were extremely chaotic; the Holy Land and its people torn between two despotic governorships, the hierarchy of the Jewish temple and the Roman dictators, who had virtually conquered the country; as a consequence, very little, if any, literate histories were ever recovered from that time. One of these true historical accounts of the life before and after the crucifixion of Jesus is given in the ‘Eye Witness’ account — a small book which survived the fire of the great libraries in Alexandria. This book was written by an Essene who knew Jesus and much of his life, which is recounted in this epistle.
Another book was, strangely enough, not written until 1800 AD. This book was given in revelation to an especially-prepared individual, the account coming as a series of full color-visions in motion and action with a superimposed narrative given by the authors, Saul and Judas, as they recounted their parts in this most historical time.
By and large, these two accounts completely complement each other and any reader can, by reading, gain a comprehensive understanding which will dispel the contradictory miasma as it is depicted in the Testaments.
They will give a full and comprehensive meaning to the life of the Nazarene; and while there may be a few anachronisms, yet the entire context of these two books can be considered totally accurate. These two books will also most adequately reinforce and prove the entire Unariun Concept as it is so posed as a continuation and a vastly enlarged mission, as it was so started and presented by Jesus.
It should be noted here, any attempts to reconcile these two books and UN.AR.I.U.S. with any existing orthodoxies or with any historical researches as may be recorded in encyclopedias, etc., may lead to confusion, as none of these other accounts can be considered reliable. Only the true facts as they are recounted in the visions of Smyth and by ‘The Eye Witness’ and the unimpeachable Unariun presentation which has, as one of its sources, the actual memory of a living man who was once the Nazarene!
Briefly, in the revelations of Smyth, you will almost immediately perceive the makings of a dastardly plot contrived in the evil mind of Saul — a plot, like so many others so contrived, was aimed at attaining great power and prestige; and Saul, as he so plotted, foresaw the tremendous possibilities whereby he could — through the martyrdom of a man, through devious and skillful maneuverings — contrive to raise into the position of a Messiah, a miracle-man! Then, after the death of this superimposed Messiah, donned the fallen man’s cloak, and as an apostle of this man, contrived to build a powerful religion and which he (Saul), as a virtual king and emperor over great masses of people, assumed a position quite similar to that occupied by the present-day pope!
How well he succeeded has been recounted over the centuries in Christianity; but for Saul, his position as the great religious emancipator, the dictator and Pope of the First Christian Church, ended abruptly when he was beheaded by Nero for the crime of assaulting his favorite concubine!
A Historical Reference
According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, Herod, the First, was, preceding the birth of Jesus, both king and governor of Judea — so appointed by the Roman Caesar, Augustus, Herod I died in the year 4 AD. and willed to his three sons, Archelaus, Antipas and Philip, three divisions — each one, a third of the land of Judea. It was Antipas who inherited the central portion of Bethlehem and other sites, historically linked with Jesus. Three years before his death, Herod I had ordered the execution of the first born in this central province, in an attempt to kill an illigitimate child, whose father was his son, Antipas (sometimes called Annanias), and thus remove the stain from the family name or to avoid certain other political or religious repercussions. This, however, is not recorded in the encyclopedia. Herod Antipas lived through the succeeding years and through the lieutenant-governorship of Pontius Pilate, 26-36 A.D., which years include the crucifixion, 33 A.D. His death is believed to have occurred in the year 39 A.D.
There is more, much more which could be gleaned from such documentaries and historical references, providing such research could be conducted with certain qualifications and with such comparative analyses which could separate the truth from much of the confusion which exists in such references. Such truth as so extracted would most strongly support the revelations of Alexander Smyth and ‘The Eye Witness Account of the Life of Jesus’. Such historical extractions would also prove the arch-villainy of Saul — known later as Paul, the apostle — and the entire fabrication of Christianity!”
– The Moderator – Dr. Ernest L. Norman
INTRODUCTION__The Medium’s Spiritual Experience 7
CONFESSIONS OF SAUL OF TARSUS 19
EARLY HISTORY OP JESUS 27
VISION I.—Saul Declares His Mind to Judas 36
VISION II.—John the Baptist at Home 46
VISION III.—Home of Lazarus—Martha and Mary 62
VISION IV.—Jose and Mary’s Declaration in the Garden 73
VISION V.—John Baptizes in the Jordan 84
VISION VI.—Saul In His Chamber—The Conspiracy 03
VISION VII.—Judas and Cosbi 103
VISION VIII.—Saul and the Sibyl 111
VISION IX.—Jesus in His Grotto—The Dream 118
VISION X.—Jesus at Nazareth 126
VISION XI.—Bethsaida, the Home of Simon or Peter 137
VISION XII.—The Plain of Genesareth—Jesus Addresses the Multitude 149
VISION XIII.—Saul and Judas—The Working of the Plot 161
VISION XIV.—Feast of the Passover—Jesus Addresses the People
VISION XV.—Calaphas, Gamaliel and Saul 177
VISION XVI.—Pool of Bethesda—Jesus Teaches and Heals the Afflicted 180
VISION XVII.—The Beautiful Gate—Jesus Discourses on the Sabbath 191
VISION XVIII.—Jesus and the Samaritan Woman—Interview with John 196
VISION XIX.—The Spirit Saul Gives a General View of the Travels of Jesus, His Followers, His Works, Character and Public Estimation 204
VISION XX.—The Resuscitation of Lazarus 212
Read, then, the most adequate depiction of what is obviously the most villainous plot in the history of mankind — a plot which has at least equaled or surpassed any of those which has bloodied the pages of history!
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