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(1911) Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ

(1911) Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ

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"The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ; the Philosophic and Practical Basis of the Religion of the Aquarian Age of the World and of the Church of the Universal, Transcribed From the Book of God's Rememberances,Known as the Akashic Records." (1911) By Levi (1844-1911). I hold no opinion on this book!
"The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ; the Philosophic and Practical Basis of the Religion of the Aquarian Age of the World and of the Church of the Universal, Transcribed From the Book of God's Rememberances,Known as the Akashic Records." (1911) By Levi (1844-1911). I hold no opinion on this book!

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Jesus and

Vidyapati consider the

needs

of the

incoming age of the

world.

Section VII

OF JESUS THE CHRIST

65

THE Indian

sage and Jesus often
met and talked aboutthe needs

of nations and of

men; about the
sacred doctrines, forms and rites

best suited to the

coming age.

2 One day they sat

together in
a mountain pass, and Jesus said,
The coming age will

surely not re-

quire priests, and shrines, and sac-

rifice of life.

3 There is no power in sacrifice

of

beast, or bird, to

help a man to

holy life.

4 And Vidyapati said, All forms
and rites are

symbols of the

things

that men must do within the

temple

of the soul.

5 The Holy One requires man

to

give his life in

willing sacrifice for

men, and all the so-called

offerings
on altars and on shrines that have
been made since time

began, were

made to teach man how to

give him-

self to save his brother man; for
man can never save himself

except

he lose his life in

saving other men.
6 The perfect age will not re-

quire forms and rites and carnal
sacrifice. The coming age is not the

perfect age, and men will call for

object lessons and symbolic rites.
7 And in the

great religion you
shall introduce to men, some simple

rites of

washings and remembrances

will be

required; but cruel sacrifice

of

animals, and birds the

gods re-

quire not.

8 And Jesus

said, Our God must

loathe the tinseled show of

priests

and priestly things.
9 When men array themselves

in

showy garbs to indicate that

they

are servants of the

gods, and strut

about like

gaudy birds to be ad-
mired by men, because of

piety or

any other

thing, the

Holy One must

surely turn

away in sheer

disgust.

10 All

people are alike the serv-

ants of our

Father-God, are

kings

and priests.

11 Will not the

coming age de-
mand complete destruction of the

priestly caste, as well as

every
other caste and inequality among

the sons of men?

12 And Vidyapati said, The

coming age is not the

age of

spirit

life and men will

pride themselves

in

wearing priestly robes, and chant-

ing pious chants to advertise them-
selves as saints.

13 The simple rites that

you will

introduce will be extolled

by those

who follow

you, until the sacred

service of the

age will far outshine

in

gorgeousness the

priestly service

of the Brahmic

age.

14 This is a

problem men must

solve.

15 The perfect age will come
when every man will be a

priest

and men will not

array themselves

in

special garb to advertise their

piety.

SECTION VII.

ZAIN.

Life and Works of Jesus in Tibet and Western India.

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