Mission Statement Three For The Barron Blog
Most of us know that the New Testament was written in the first century A.D. There were great insights into God and Jesus Christ at that time. Unfortunately, the "Era of Revelation" ended in the first century for most Christians.
I found it hard to believe that Jesus and "The Body of Christ" would cut itself from the brethren on earth. If one were connected to Jesus and the early church through a common mind, then the link with the first saints would continue and expand. It didn't. Most believers wanted a heavenly escape from the harsh realities of earthly life.
The fixation on dogma stopped the mystical connection with Christ from expressing itself.
The dark ages continued until the 20th century when sci/fi writers began exploring the possibilities of advanced alien life and civilizations in the universe.
Star Wars, Star Trek, Lord of the Rings and other works were results of non traditional, non religious searches for truth as to what was actually going on in galaxy.
"The Mind of Christ" after 100 A.D connected with me when I was eighteen. The experiences of millions of Christians over two thousand years could now be accessed on a slow gradual basis. No matter where Christians were in the universe, they were united with Jesus and his divine mind.
Separating myth and imagination from actual experience is a difficult process, but it can be done.
Part of this journey involves recovering the memories of many lifetimes.
There are ways to bring back memory fragments from world's long dead.
Hopefully, we can be travelers together on that long road that leads to a new heaven and a new earth.
Posted by qualteam
at 9:51 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 25 January 2005 10:08 PM EST