Nancy B. Detweiler, M.Ed., M.Div.

Jesus teaching

The fact that Jesus was never crucified is being revealed to the masses via various sources.  This researched truth has been available for at least 100+ years, but it is only now (2014) coming to public attention.

While this Truth can free Christians to get to know themselves and our Mother/Father God as the magnificent, divine beings ALL are, it holds the potential to be devastating to some Christians.

Christians have been taught to worship Jesus, to think of Jesus as their Lord/Redeemer/Savior.  Mass … Communion … the Lord’s Supper—all based on the crucifixion of Jesus–are considered to be the most holy of religious rituals.  Christians are taught the blood of Jesus, shed for you, is God’s gift to sinful humanity.  Those who refuse to accept Jesus as Lord and Savior—even those who know nothing about Jesus—will be punished by God with an eternity in hellfire. 

John Calvin’s double predestination  theology is still taught in many mainline churches.  Double predestination = God created humanity … some He created to go to Heaven … the rest, He created to go to hell.  There is no way to know for which place you were created, so don’t worry over it.  Just live the best life you can.

Is it any wonder that Christians can be some of the meanest people on Earth?  Admit it or not, fear rules their lives … what if they backslide and die without being forgiven?  What if a woman makes me sin by causing me to lust for her?  What if I lust for my handsome minister?  What if my child dies before he/she is baptized?  Would an innocent child be sent to hell?  We wonder, “did my loved one go to heaven or hell … she/he was so good … surely she/he went to heaven.  Many Christians feel vulnerable … at the mercy of an unpredictable God.

Let’s be honest, Christians, these are questions that creep into our conscious awareness, whether or not we choose to admit them.  God has been portrayed, in the Bible (which has been grossly manipulated by deleting sections and adding sections) and in tens of millions of sermons, as a violent, unforgiving, unfair, unpredictable tyrant.  How many hellfire and damnation sermons have you heard?  How many times have you closed your mind to anything not specifically stated in the Creed or Catechism —out of fear of being excluded or excommunicated?  Soul memories of the horrible tortures inflicted on heretics during the Inquisition are present within many Christians.  Many of us do not know that the cells of our physical body carry memories of prior lifetimes because reincarnation is another fact not taught in Christianity.   How could anyone truly believe in such a God and not be afraid?  Christians say, “I’m saved; I have nothing to worry over.”  I don’t believe them … they are voicing what they hope is true, not what they unequivocally know to be true.  I spent 6 yrs. in two seminaries and heard the word heretical  almost daily.

I grew up in the church.  At an early age, I realized something was terribly wrong with what I heard there—how could God be Love and be so mean at the same time?  By age 10, I had publicly dedicated my life to missions, i.e. to protect people from this mean God.  I suspect that Christians focus on Jesus (and/or the Pope) because they are taught that Jesus/the Pope are the Mediators between God and themselves.  Secretly, they welcome a wall of protection between themselves and a vengeful God!

Having the Truth revealed that our loving Mother/Father God did not resort to violence and child sacrifice as a means of salvation is extremely freeing!

Many have asked, “Saved from what?”  From our own misguided beliefs … from clinging to beliefs out of fear … from believing in a god that does not exist … from believing in a hell that does not exist.  Humanity repeatedly loses its way.  Many Avatars have come to Earth to show us the way back home … to reveal to us who we truly are.

The World’s Sixteen Crucified Saviors:  Christianity Before Christ, Kersey Graves, originally published in 1875, lists the following Avatars:  Krishna of India, 1200 B.C.; Sakia Budha, 600 B.C.; Thammuz of Syria, 1160 B.C.; Wittoba of the Telingonese – 552 B.C.; Ioa of Nepal – 622 B.C.; Hesus of the Celtic Druids – 834 B.C.; Quexalcote of Mexico – 587 B.C.; Quirinus of Rome – 506 B.C.; Prometheus of  Caucasus – 547 B.C.; Thulis of Egypt – 1700 B.C.; Indra of Tibet – 725 B.C.; Alcestos of Euripides – 600 B.C.; Atys of Phrygia – 1170 B.C.; Crite of Chaldea – 1200 B.C.; Bali of Orissa – 725 B.C.; and Mithra of Persia – 600 B.C. (dates are approximate according to K. Graves)  Each of their life narratives contain the same stories as that of Jesus.

Freed from a religion that deliberately rules by fear, all of our loving Mother/Father God’s children (child gods) may drop the chains of fear and joyfully seek the Truth about the Source of our Being … about the cosmos filled with our Star brothers and sisters … about who we truly are!  The days are over of living with a tragic misconception of who we are … who God is … and who Jesus is!  We are freed to explore!  No more need to be afraid of heretical beliefs or teachings!

Jesus taught us, “The Truth will set you free!”  From personal experience, I can say, “The spiritual journey to Truth is the most exciting and freeing you will ever embark on!  Christians can join those who seek to attain the Christed Consciousness!


A Musing Minister Responds

man in natureRESPONSE #1:
I am in full agreement. I am convinced that once one understands that one is a multi-dimensional being—an eternal soul always connected to Source—who has lived many  times, then all of the dogma drops away, whether it be same-sex unions or Jesus being  crucified.

I remember after my awakening first hearing that Jesus was not crucified, and my spirit  simply said, “Oh… yes….. Now let’s move on!!!” Hahaha!  We ALL really do know the truth of everything, but when one is not awakened to it, we walk in darkness and need  to see a great Light! Once we are aware of who we are, the rest just falls into place!

I have discovered that unless you are awakened, it is like communicating in Greek, and  the fear, guilt, etc. that people have bought into grips them and makes them not want to  trust that they are co-creators. That is very, very, very foreign to Christians inculcated  with orthodox beliefs. Telling a Christian that Jesus was not crucified flies in the face of  2,000 years of indoctrination.

It actually is a foreign concept for a Christian to truly believe in “unconditional love!”   They will say they believe in unconditional love, and in the very next breath say, “How can God love me?” Christians really do not love themselves. They have been taught  that to love self is prideful.

Again, until a person can grasp reincarnation (for lack of a better term), life appears a  true uphill battle. Once a person can understand that they have done this living life on  Earth (and elsewhere for that matter) all before *countless times over and over* then perspective totally shifts.

Once one can understand that they ARE God and that all of this that we experience is  but illusion, life becomes one big adventure … the guilt drops away … the love is  always present.

People thrive in love, but decay and whither in guilt.

Response #2:

Well you have got me on a roll now!  I am going to just free-associate right now, like journaling and let my guides do their jobs!

In Harry’s Xmas Eve sermon he stated; “The only way anyone can be happy is when they put self aside, deny self and put Jesus first, Others second, and you third.  That is true joy!”  This statement totally incapsulates the entirety of Christian dogma as understood and taught by so many.

JOY, as defined by Harry, puts self at the very bottom of the list, which keeps Christians from abiding by Jesus’ own words when he states, “The kingdom of Heaven is within.” Christians are NEVER told to “go within”, but to always “look up” … as if God is “out there somewhere” disconnected from the human experience, and that Jesus, through his crucifixion restores God and man.

How surprising for a Christian to learn that they were never “disconnected” from Prime Source in the first place.

Harry went on to state that “Original Sin cut us off from God’s Love.”  Oh really?  Well this is a doctrine that, like the Energizer Bunny, keeps on giving … more guilt, more separation, more lack of power and response-ability.  Especially in Presbyterianism, which is a direct result of John Calvin’s teachings, humanity is “not capable of any response toward God, because that ability to love and respond to God in any fashion is rendered mute due to our identified sin with the first Adam.”  Basically all people are “f–ed!” Now, if one believes this, they see no good in themselves at all.  Christians just love the phrase: “I am only human” … “There is only ONE who is without sin.” Christians love to say how needy and bereft of goodness they are because they have been taught that this is a spiritual response of true humility, and humility is a virtue!  Even when I compliment Harry on anything in his life, his response is: “Well, Praise the Lord!” This response alleviates him from ever having to accept or acknowledge that he is capable of ever doing anything well, thus upholding his own feelings of lack within himself, never seeing that all that he knows of God is actually also true of himself.

When a person realizes just how powerful they are, I have found that they actually fear the responsibility they attach to being powerful.  I like the term “response-ability;” i.e. I HAVE the ability to always respond, because the kingdom IS within me and that kingdom is all-loving, all-powerful, all-knowing.

I can imagine how plantation slaves felt when they were told “Well, you are free now…. enjoy!” Captives only really experience the joy of release IF they allow themselves to be free.

Recently I had a good friend state, “You always seem so confident and that’s annoying to me!”  I actually received such “praise” as a compliment.  I thought it was one of the nicest things anyone could say to me.

Repetition is THE necessary component in drawing me away from the illusion that I had always been taught is the reality.  I now know that the reality is everything that is “within me.” I create every moment of my wonderful existence … and guess what?  I am doing it with God!” I know that God and I have never been apart.  Also, I know that every loved one, the angels, my guides, etc. are with me too.

Just like Jesus, I took on the human experience, and once I did, I forgot and veiled what was really true about myself in order to have an experience on this Earth Plane.  Jesus reawakened to who he was no more than I did to myself.  His mission was one thing, and my mission is another; one is neither greater than or less than…. each is an incarnation that is connected with Prime Source.  All Jesus did was to remind us of who we really are.

Once you know who you are—an eternal soul having many incarnations … always as an expression of God—life as you have been taught it is never the same.  There is no one more essential, more necessary than…. YOU!


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PART 10:

EXTRA:  Living the Lord’s Prayer for Planet Earth:

EXTRA:  Analysis of the Nicene Creed in Comparison With Jesus’ Teachings:

EXTRA:  Hell as a Place for Some to Spend Eternity Is Not Biblical:

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