The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus Christ

The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus Christ : The Story of Jesus, the Man from Galilee and How He Attained the Christ Consciousness Open to All

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** DeVorss Publications edition (9780875161686) is in it's 20th PRINTING **

The Story of Jesus, the Man from Galilee, and How He Attained the Christ Consciousness Open to ALL.

THE AQUARIAN GOSPEL OF JESUS THE CHRIST is a far-reaching work that brings to light the intimate details of Christ's life upon which the New Testament gospels are silent, written from the original Akashic Records by a student who devoted forty years to prepare for the task.

This unique book is practically a complete record of the words and works of the Man of Galilee, including his eighteen years of study and travel in the Orient. It covers his life from birth in Bethlehem to his ascension from the Mount of Olives.

Of special interest and value are the full and intimate details concerning his life during the eighteen years spent in travel among the snow-bound monasteries of Tibet, the stately structures of Egypt, the mysterious temples of India, Persia, and Greece, a period when he walked and talked with monks, wise men, and seers throughout the Orient.

Transcribed from the Book of God's Remembrance Known as the Akashic Records
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  • Paperback | 274 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 15mm | 403.7g
  • Marina Del Rey, CA, United States
  • English
  • 0875161685
  • 9780875161686
  • 89,524

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