What is the Aquarian gospel? Question: "What is the Aquarian gospel? It does not give an accurate account of the life and true teachings of Jesus Christ. Many people try to take the truth of the Bible and distort it. This is the work of the enemy.
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He said that He, Jesus, is our example of a man who achieved oneness. He is our elder brother, come to teach us. Jesus is our example of that which we all will eventually become. He became immortal; He is always with us; He waits for us. About the Author Levi H. Dowling In response to inquiries from many friends of The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ for some information regarding the transcriber, we herewith give a short sketch. It was his great desire that each one should have the message regardless of the messenger.
Dowling , was born Friday morning, May 18, , at Belleville, Ohio. His father, Scotch-Welsh descent, was a pioneer preacher among the Disciples of Christ. Levi was always a student of the deeper things of life. At the age of thirteen, in his first public debate, he took the negative side against a Presbyterian Elder on "The Everlasting Punishment of the Wicked". He began preaching at the age of sixteen; and at the age of eighteen was pastor of a small church.
He entered the United States Army at the age of twenty as Chaplain, and served in this capacity to the end of the Civil War. Much of his time was devoted to the cause of Prohibition. He was a graduate of two medical colleges and practised medicine for a number of years.
He finally retired from the medical profession to resume literary work. Early in life, when but a mere lad, he had a vision in which he was told that he was to "build a white city.
Some articles have been published, which call into question the authenticity of The Aquarian Gospel. These articles cite three instances of contention. One of the arguments claims that Levi, the transcriber, made a mistake by misidentifying the ancient rulers known as Herod. The Herods were all of the same family. They were Jewish in faith, but their ancestry was Indumean and Arabian. Roman authorities appointed them as rulers over lands in the Middle East. He died in 43 BC.
Herod The Great died shortly after the slaughter in Bethlehem, and after his death, his kingdom was divided among three of his sons. One of them, Herod Archelaus, became governor of Judea, but approximately nine years later he was deposed by Rome for excessive cruelty.
A man from outside the dynasty, Gratus, who ruled for about eleven years, replaced him, and Pontius Pilate, also from outside the dynasty, succeeded him.
His palace was in the city of Tiberius, upon the shores of the Sea of Galilee, however he had other residences available to him, including one in Jerusalem. In a drunken state, during a festive celebration in the fortress at Machaerus, he ordered the beheading of John the Baptist, and more than a year later, he was residing in Jerusalem on the morning Jesus was arrested, tried and crucified. He was the fifth ruler in the dynasty. Historians have referred to him as Herod Agrippa I.
He did not immediately succeed his father, but eventually he became ruler of both Chalcis and northern Palestine. However, some critics of the Aquarian Gospel have been. Edgar Cayce was a very talented man, and, among other things, he was able to access the Akashic Records, but his ability to visit this mystic recording of human history was limited.
One who visits these records must learn to tune his mind to the frequencies of etheric energy waves from the past. Whereas, Edgar Cayce, not nearly as strong as Levi, viewed the past as if peering through a fog, somewhat like listening to a radio which is receiving two or three stations simultaneously.
Yet, a significant number of James Madisons have resided in North America since then. Likewise, Meng-tse, who was a friend of Jesus in Lassa, Tibet, is obviously not the same Meng-tse of Chinese historical records unless there is a calendar discrepancy of nearly years, which seems unlikely. Others simply ignore it, or decide to attack its authenticity. Pay heed to how you read this most sacred book.
The little book is sweet in the mouth, but bitter in the stomach. That is, the revelations contained within the Aquarian Gospel are indeed sweet and beautiful, but as these Truths digest, we realize how much our Father-God requires of us, and the sweetness turns to bitterness; and, as this bitterness sets in, we are tempted to resent our Father.
Yet, we know He knows best. Our Father requires each one of us to conquer the carnal appetites, passions and desires. Yet, one must possess this pure white gem before one may re-enter Paradise. Meanwhile, we remain locked out, as we have been for eons, ever since we fell. However, there is now cause for great rejoicing. The Age of Aquarius is now dawning. All men and women judged worthy are about to be admitted to this glorious Age a school , where we will be taught how to acquire the most precious pearl, and we will make many giant strides on the trek to soul-maturity.
The onset of this imminent New Age will mark the end of warfare on Earth as the meek receive their inheritance. During these times of Revelations, as we make the transition to the New Age, vast multitudes of men and women will soon be compelled to come up to the feast. Some already have!
Levi H. Dowling
By Abbot George Burke Swami Nirmalananda Giri An Introduction to the Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ In a book appeared on the shelves of American bookstores that was destined to garner interest throughout the world, so much so that today it has gone through more than seventy editions in America alone. For them the Aquarian Gospel was truly Light in Darkness, a fount of life-giving knowledge. What were and are the advantages of the Aquarian Gospel for seekers of deeper truth? Dowling saw and spoke; the rest was up to the reader. No promised blessings or curses were set forth to those who accepted or rejected it.
The Aquarian Gospel for Yogis
Life[ edit ] He was born in Bellville , Ohio. His father, of Scots and Welsh descent, was a pioneer preacher among the Disciples of Christ. At the age of thirteen, in his first public debate, he took the negative side against a Presbyterian elder on " The Everlasting Punishment of the Wicked. He entered the United States Army at the age of twenty, as a chaplain , and served in this capacity to the end of the Civil War. Much of his time was devoted to the cause of prohibition. He was a graduate of two medical colleges , and practiced medicine for a number of years. Even as a child, he was impressed with the sensitiveness of the finer ethers ,[ clarification needed ] and believed that in some manner they were sensitized plates on which sounds, even thoughts, were recorded.