For me, the Gospel of John has always seemed the most abstract and enigmatic of the four. It begins:
John, 1:1-2
1 In the beginning was the Word,
and the Word was with God,
and the Word was God.
2 The same was in the beginning with God.

Let's play with that.
It doesn't say God came first. It says the Word came first. What is a word? It is a thought put into a form that one may communicate. Thoughts are creative. Whose thought was it? Hmm. Did the thought create "God?" Can thoughts manifest themselves? We are discovering that they can. Perhaps John was telling us that. And the thought, the Word, was with God. The thought created the concept of God, and named it God.
And the Word was God. It could have been cat or pony; it was just a Word. But it manifested into something.

The same was in the beginning with God: Now that God had become manifest, God also had thoughts that became manifest. But where did the thought originally come from? Aliens? Ourselves, perhaps, in a different dimension, in the process of creating a new physical playground? I have often thought that to be true. Or was the "Big Bang" merely a thought that set into motion the creation of a whole universe? Was "God" merely the original thought, the stepping-stone, the foundation that multiplied into other manifestations?

The significance of all this to me is that I believe we can manifest our reality with our thoughts. If the original thought created God, then God's thoughts manifested into other creations, which in turn, began to create, making us not only the offspring of creative thoughts, but inheriting the ability to create with our own thoughts. What happened to us that we lost that gift? The Reptilian Invasion and the blocking of our memories? I've wondered about that for a good long time. By the time Jesus arrived, we were in a complete state of forgetfulness and decline. We were no longer able to create with our thoughts, but had to resort to unnatural physical means to create what we wanted. The money system and those who controlled it had us completely in their power. Life was now laborious.

Jesus had escaped whatever enslaved the rest of us, and he came to jog our memories, to little avail. It has seemed to me for a long time that the purpose of his visit was thoroughly suppressed at the time, and by now completely forgotten. Rather than setting us free from the spell of the Reptilians, the Powers on earth only made him into a means for strengthening their control. Thus came Christianity, and the hierarchy of the church, which keeps people in a state of "Fear of God's Vengeance," "Sinfulness," and the need for "Salvation." Baloney!

John, 14: 6

Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.

I am the way:

The way to what? Escape? The way out of enslavement? The Black Hole or Portal which we seek to get off Prison Planet Earth?

Or perhaps it is way, meaning "method." Remember the way you could create? Remember the way we lived before the enslavement?

The truth:

Disclosure!. I am here to reveal the truth about this false reality. When you remember the truth you will be free. When you remember the truth of who you really are no one will have power over you.

We are obviously working intensely on that one here in 2016.

And the life:

This faҫade in which we are living is not life. It is a constant birth-death-reincarnation cycle that has been in place since our corruption. But it is not life. Jesus wasn't corrupted. His genetic makeup still bore the original creativity DNA. The Word. The thoughts that could manifest. Our original plan had nothing to do with birth, death, or reincarnation.

No man cometh unto the Father, but by me:

Imagine your computer files have become corrupted. You can do a System Restore that will take the configurations back to a time when your system operated the way it was meant to. Jesus was offering himself as that "System Restore." His files were not corrupted. He bore the original codes.

And who is "the Father?" The original thought. The Word.

Did the original authors of the Bible know the truth? I don't know if they were capable of comprehending, even though they spent a great deal of time with Jesus. I really don't know the answer, but there is often an independent energy in words, thoughts, that we are not aware of consciously. I can't tell you how many times I have written something only to discover later on what it really meant. And even if they did know, they either hid the true meaning of what they wrote, or the Powers altered the scriptures to elevate the control of the patriarchal system and the powerlessness of humanity.

There's lots of food for thought.


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