The Way: Jesus’ Hidden Message

‘The Way’ will reveal the major alterations made to the Bible, theological and historical coverups – all part of the Great Deception. ‘The Way’ series will also reveal the true meaning of Jesus’ message and how to reach spiritual perfection.

This is not intended to shake your faith, or prove God isn’t real. God is very real. This is simply to help point out the errors the Catholic Church inserted into the text. The institutionalized Church and the canonized Bible are the Great Deception. No matter how hard the early Catholics tried to alter the text, Truth remains. Clues to the true story are hidden in the lies. The Light hidden within the Darkness. As a minister of Christ and follower of ‘The Way’, it is my job to defend Truth and present it to the world. I give you the facts, it is up to you to look into it yourself. Don’t believe it because I say it, believe it because you see it to be true.

Before you read any further, it must be understood I am not attacking God, but defending Him. I am not attacking His Word, but revealing it. I am not seeking to destroy His way, but to preserve it. I am a follower of Yeshua, defender of The Way.

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The Way: Is Yahweh/Jehovah Satan? | The Way: Two Gods in the Old Testament | The Way: Yahweh, the amalgamated Enlil and Enki | The Way: Jesus, the Serpent?

Now that we have glimpsed into the errors taught about the Old Testament and the serpent, let’s now look at Yeshua’s/Jesus’ message.

Many claim they’re following Jesus. The question is are they? Do Christians actually understand what Jesus actually taught? The simple answer is an astounding NO.

What were/are Jesus’ teachings?

Jesus preached love

Jesus’ teachings, overall, hang on the two commands to love your God above all else and to love your neighbor as yourself. Anyone who reads the Bible can see this, but they miss a much larger and broader picture.

People say Jesus is love. Because of this, damnation is rarely preached and alnost never taken seriously. People believe anyone can reach eternal life, whether or not they follow Jesus. Many today also feel because Jesus came to save us from our sins, they can do whatever and simply repent every Sunday (whether directly to God or through a man they wrongfully call “Father”).

Jesus, today, is also idolized. Christianity became ‘ABOUT’ Jesus instead of ‘OF’ Jesus.

Jesus specifically and explicitly stated not to call any Father except our Father in Heaven, not to have any idols before God, and most importantly, to follow Him. Most Christians today break all these commands. They call their spiritual leader “Father”, turned Jesus into an idol, and due to idolizing Him, they cannot follow Him.

John 8:12
Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.

Many are also “literalists”. By this, I mean that they take everything, even the symbolical, as literal. If everything was to be literal, why then preceed or proceed certian remarks with the statement “Those who have ears to hear, let them hear. Those who have eyes to see, let them see.”? The answer is simple. It is because those statements, or parables, are in code. The only individuals who would then understand are those who knew the code.

The code was understood by those who were sincerely seeking spiritual wisdom, and therefore the spirit of God within translated the message for the individual. Much like an english speaker who understands spanish. You hear “No hablas ingles” and your brain tells you “I don’t speak english”.

One also cannot love their neighbor as themself if they don’t love themself. One cannot love oneself until one first understands themself and knows themself. The same applies to loving God.

Jesus was a nationalist freedom-fighter

I open with a Q&A from OuterNationalist.net in Who is the real Jesus Christ? where they interview historian Michael Calum.

Q) What elements did you mention in
your book, that shaped up Jesus’ character, mindset and principles? Was it the upbringing in occupation that made him an angry young man or what some people call, a radical?

The present is the key to the past here. If you occupy another country and attempt to downgrade or to replace its culture, religion etc, you will, at some point, encounter a faction who are not simply going to ‘sit back and take it!’ Yeshua-bar-Yosef put together a cadre of such like-minded people – and what an impact they’ve had on history!

Q) If Jesus was a radical, how could he say “Do not resist an evildoer. But if anyone strikes you on the right cheek, turn the other also” (Matthew 5:38-39). He also says: “Put your sword back into its place; for all who take the sword will perish by the sword” (Matthew 26:52)? Do you believe these are his words and if they’re, what is the context of them?

If Yeshua ever really did utter the words of Matthew 5-7, the Sermon on the Mount as its popularly known as, then its intended recipients would have been exclusively Jewish. As a manifesto for life, it’s pretty good stuff. But could the same person really have been arrested, with followers armed with ‘two blades’ according to Scripture and crucified as an insurgent? He was certainly involved in a violent uprising against Rome, the New Testament is quite clear about that.

Q) As a specialist of 6 ancient languages and an expert on 1st century sources and history, what kind of society Jesus envisioned and struggled to establish?

Yeshua, I think, sought freedom of expression, worship and culture for his people, the Jews. He was unquestionably a religious zealot, an extremist, but sometimes it takes that type of mind set to tackle powerful opposition. Churchill could be termed as a democratic extremist, I suppose, but he was the right man at the right time to confront Nazism.

Q) If Jesus was against the Roman occupation and got killed while resisting the tyranny of the Romans in Jerusalem, do you think he will resist today’s foreign occupations in Palestine, Iraq and Afghanistan with same zeal and vigour?

I am confident that the Yeshua bar Yosef of history would not have taken it lying down.

As a member of what the 1st Century historian and chronicler Flavius Josephus terms ‘The Fourth Philosophy’ he avowed that loyalty to God, Yahweh, came before any other allegiance, even family and friends. This man got his hands dirty, lived in a matrix of safe houses and caves, according to the New Testament and had even arranged to meet his band back in the Galilean mountains after the uprising at Passover.

Jesus clearly states that He came for His people. He sent the Apostles to the lost tribes of Israel before the non-Israelites. He preached to be loving and respectful to your family and neighbors. These are nationalist traits. He did not, in any way, promote, or otherwise advocate for, internationalism or what is today understood as the “New World Order”. He was in opposition to oppression, both religiously and politically.

Many statements that show this have been removed from the Bible – being replaced by other verses, while others have been twisted out of context. Any individual who wishes to oppress it’s people cannot afford the spirit of freedom to thrive amongst the people they wish to tame. This is why the Catholic Church altered the Bible, burned all “unauthorized” writings of Jesus’ true teachings, and murdered those who wouldn’t step in line during a 400yr long campaign spanning from approximately 301AD to 701AD.

Jesus more or less stated to do what’s necessary to stay within the current national laws, and using the oppressors own laws against them, peacefully revolt resorting to violence only when absolutely necessary – such as self-defense.

For additional reading, I suggest The Historical Jesus Was Crucified For Being A Revolutionary and Jesus Was a Rebel and a Bandit. What Made Him Also the Christian Son of God?.

Errors In Modern Christianity Teachings

Sacrificial Atonement

Many are taught, and believe, that Jesus died for our sins. I will show you by quoting other texts and modern sources, as well as the Bible, that this is not so. Jesus came to set us free from tyranny. A tyranny man imposes on himself by calling it sin.

First, let’s see what the Bible says:

1 Peter 3:18 – For Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the unjust, that he might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh, but quickened by the Spirit:

1 John 2:2 – And he is the propitiation for our sins: and not for ours only, but also for [the sins of] the whole world.

1 John 3:16 – Hereby perceive we the love [of
God], because he laid down his life for us: and we ought to lay down [our] lives for the brethren.

2 Corinthians 5:21 – For he hath made him [to be] sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.

These are all statements that were made, implying Jesus died for our sins. But what does Jesus say?

From the Bible:

John 8:24 – I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I am [he], ye shall die in your sins.

Jesus said you, if you don’t believe in Him, you will die in your sins. He does not say that He came to take your place.

From the Gospel Of Peace:

“Happy are those that persevere to the end, for the devils of Satan write all your evil deeds in a book, in the book of your body and your spirit. I tell you truly, there is not one sinful deed, but it is written, even from the beginning of the world, before our Heavenly Father. For you may escape the laws made by kings, but the laws of your God, these may none of the Sons of Man escape. And when you come before the face of God, the devils of Satan bear witness against you with your deed, and God sees your sins written in the book of your body and of your spirit and is sad in his heart. But if you repent of your sins, and by fasting and prayer you seek the angels of God, then each day that you continue to fast and to pray, God’s angels blot out one year of your evil deeds from the book of your body and your spirit. And when the last page is also blotted out and cleansed from all your sins, you stand before the face of God, and God rejoices in his heart and forgets all your sins. He frees you from the clutches of Satan and from suffering; he takes you within his house and commands that all his servants, all his angels serve you. Long life does he give you, and you shall never see disease. And if. thenceforward, instead of sinning, you pass your days in doing good deeds, then the angels of God shall write all your good deeds in the book of your body and of your spirit. I tell you truly, no good deed remains unwritten before God, not from the beginning of the world. For from your kings and your governors you may wait in vain for your reward, but never do your good deeds want their reward from God.”

The most misinterpreted verse of all time:

John 3:16 – For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

People suggest this verse means Jesus was here specifically to die for us. Why would a loving God sacrifice anyone to cleanse anybody of sin? He wouldn’t. Jesus came to save us from oppression. If you can free yourself spiritually, you can free yourself physically as well. Tyrants can’t control a populace that only recognizes authority from above. Man is of this world, God is above.

Verses have been twisted out of context, and others added to the Bible, in order to keep us obedient. It also gives the true evil ones, the true sinners, a sense of relief under the false pretense a higher entity has cleansed them of all responsibility for said sinners before they were even born.

The Rapture

The rapture was not a thought in original Christians minds, nor institutionalized Christians minds, until the 1800’s. View the below series for information on the deception of the rapture.

Rapture Theology: True or False

Rapture Theory: True or False – Part 2

Rapture: True or False -Part 3

666

I quote from Numerology of 666: Is it really such an evil number? from PsychicsUniverse.com

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The Many Interpretations and Representations of 666

Although most of us know about 666 from Christianity and the Bible, there are many other interpretations for this number. In some spiritual circles, 666 is a triple number of 6, a feminine number representing home and family, idealism and loyalty. As a triple number it has three times the power of a typical 6, meaning even greater energy.

Among some pagan cultures, 666 is actually symbolic of goddess energy—one number 6 for each aspect of the goddess—maiden, mother and crone. Who knows? Maybe 666 became associated with evil due to some ancient male writer’s fear of women.

In other philosophies, 666 refers not to the Mark of the Beast, but to humanity. According to researcher Clyde Lewis, he reminds us that we are carbon-based living units, which reduces us to 6 protons, 6 neutrons and 6 electrons or 666. Perhaps mankind is the so-called beast. Some biblical interpreters would agree, citing that Revelations 13:18 should be translated as “the number of man” plural instead of the “number of a man” singular.

According to ancient Jewish mysticism known as Kabbalah, 666 is a holy number. It represents creation and the physical universe. In the Torah, God creates the world in 6 days.

There are also 6 cardinal directions emanating from a central point in the universal plane—north, south, east, west, above and below. All physical space and objects adhere to these dimensions. Repeating the number 6 three times emphasizes the power, strength and perfection of creation.

Finally, 666 has long been associated with the Antichrist or an evil man of power. Using gematria where letters are translated into numerical values, many historians and futurists have tried to figure out who this person is. It has often been said that the Roman Emperor Nero’s name added up to 666. He was obviously the devil incarnate to many early Christians that suffered under his persecution. Yet Nero wasn’t the only one accused of being the Antichrist, many have claimed former President George W. Bush’s name also adds up to 666. And finally there is the self-proclaimed 666 Beast, the famous occultist Aleister Crowley. Apparently there is no monopoly on the number 666.

The Devil in Us All

Esoterically speaking, 666 can also symbolize humanity at its lowest level of imperfection. 6 can represent the material world and tripling it signifies we are too focused on the material and thus neglecting our spiritual nature. That obviously leads us down the wrong path.

Starting with materialism, we can slide down a slippery slope into greed, selfishness and a multitude of other sins. 666 can remind us that we all have a potential devil inside.

Whether you fear this controversial number or not, there is no denying its many meanings—especially the good ones. Maybe 666 really isn’t so evil after all!

For further reading, 666, What does it mean? by Jesus-Is-Savior.com

For information on the number 13: Symbolic Meaning of the Number Thirteen

Conclusion

Jesus has been largely misrepresented, His teachings ignored and others attributed to Him. Jesus went from being a leader to an idol. Christianity went from being of Jesus to about Jesus.

To conclude, I leave you with quotes from Jesus’ True Message by Mark Goodman

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But if you really want to know why Jesus died, I will tell you it was the consciousness of the time and place in which he lived — a consciousness he rejected. It was a state of consciousness perpetuated by fear and silence in the face of corruption and injustice that kept all people of his time in spiritual poverty. That state of consciousness still exists today, right here, right now. A consciousness that silently proclaims… live by and accept my rules and reality… or suffer the consequences.

The sin for which he died was the sin of succumbing to, or making choices that perpetuate, one’s subservience to undeserved power, hypocrisy, and injustice — the sin, if you will, of denying yourself the right to be yourself.

The story of Jesus speaks for itself, eloquently in fact, as to what his life was about. As blatant and clear as his message was, it is all but lost in the ruins of what others teach in his name. His life was about changing the state of consciousness he rejected. It was about freedom — something he was willing to die for, and did die for… the freedom to hear the truth, to speak the truth, and the freedom to live the truth as one understands it to be…the freedom to be yourself and to fulfill the responsibilities that come with freedom…including having the humility to know and/or to think you know something, without forcing others to believe as you do; for all people have an equal right to hold and express their truth as long as they don’t impose that truth on anyone else.  You are free if you are not afraid to be who you are; and free if you are not afraid to let others be who they are…providing neither you, nor they, are engaged in forcibly trying to change or enslave anyone else. Freedom comes with responsibilities.

Jesus saw injustice and hypocrisy and named it for what it was… despite knowing that he would be persecuted for doing so. Most of his followers, and everyone else, watched in silence as he was carted away and hung on a cross for the crime of demonstrating how to live in freedom.

He encouraged others not to be enslaved by the consciousness of their times — not to cower in fear as they lived their lives in the shadow of despotic rule. Jesus’ message is, that you will never know freedom until and unless you are willing to strive for it, and maybe sometimes die for it. He also talked about what it means to live in freedom… to live honorably, faithful to your ideals, while having compassion and respect for the dignity of others, without hypocrisy — for that is where following the truth will lead you… if you follow it with integrity.

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If Jesus were here today he would tell us… “If
you want to know what freedom is, read the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Strive for and adhere honorably to these truths and you will know what to do, what to believe in, to achieve your freedom.”

Those in power will tell you that those rights are already yours… even though they who tell you this are the very hypocrites plotting to make sure those rights never will be… yours.

Jesus didn’t go to church. Jesus never told you he wanted to be worshipped. Jesus never told you that if you pray to him, that one day he will come back and save you.

What he said was, “I will show you what freedom is and how to win it for yourself. Believe in me, follow my example and freedom will be yours. Do not kill.  Do not cheat, judge, or persecute others. Do unto them as you would have them do unto you. Do not sacrifice your truth. Live in freedom. Pay your taxes so that your government can function honorably as it should. But do not give away or let anyone take what is rightfully yours, for that is God’s gift to you and yours to have forever.  Learn to live without fear, in spite of fear. Honor your country by giving your country its due; honor God by giving God His due, which is to say, live your freedom and your truth.  My life is my teaching. I will die that you might live… if you believe what I tell you and in what I stand for.”

Maybe he didn’t use these exact words, but this, in essence, is what he said. His life and how he lived it was his message. Those few who followed in his footsteps often ended up as he did. That’s why so few follow in his footsteps.

The truth is, to change the consciousness, it probably isn’t necessary to sacrifice your life as he did. One person alone cannot change the consciousness.  But one person can follow the path and help lead the way. And everyone who takes the path… adds weight to that side of the scale until one day a critical mass is achieved, the scale tilts, and the consciousness shifts in a new direction.

Anyone who strives to live honorably, stands up or speaks out for justice, adds their example and understanding to the consciousness until eventually the consciousness shifts in the direction of justice.

Sometimes the risk of doing so is more or less dangerous than at other times, but every act of courage makes a difference. Many died to secure the freedoms we thought we had won once and for all. Now we know there is no “once and for all.” We have to be vigilant… we have to water the flowers every day and pull the weeds when they show up where they don’t belong. If we don’t rid ourselves of the weeds, eventually they will take over the whole garden. And every day we postpone the difficult task of getting rid of the weeds, makes it that much harder to get rid of them when we finally get to it.

Make no mistake… those who lust after money and power will not willingly give up trying to take from you what is rightfully yours.

They will hold onto their money and power with all their strength.  Many would rather you starve and/or die, than modify their attitude or goals to allow you to live in freedom too. They will lie to you. They will cheat you. They will persecute those who get in their way.

They will call you traitor, or terrorist; they will slander your name with their lies. They will diminish your efforts any way they can; they will tell half truths to undermine what you stand for and what you have to say. And if they cannot scuttle you with slander, they will try to buy you off. And if they can’t buy you off they will buy off the people you have chosen to represent you. All their skill and power will be focused on marginalizing your power, your hopes, your aspirations, and the aspirations you have for your children. And if all that fails they will threaten you, persecute you, incarcerate you, torture you, kill you, telling their hired mercenaries that it is right, proper, and noble to get rid of you… for you are not a patriot, not one of ‘them’.

In order to win your freedom, one day you might have to put your life on the line…because they will stop at nothing if you threaten their ambitions. Look around the world… where did all the dead and mutilated bodies come from. After all these centuries, why can’t we demonstrate any more wisdom than this?

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The reality is, if you won’t defend the rights of others, one day there will be no one left to defend your rights when they come to take the rest of yours away. You know this is true, but still… “I have my job you know, and my car, and my computer, and my TV, and my rent, and my life. Why should I risk all that for people I don’t even know or care about?”

Well, Jesus never told you to go to church and pray for him to come back and save you from your fate, although it is understandable why you do it. And, I suppose that when the time comes, if you go to your place of worship not just on Sunday, but every day, instead of going to work, until you either starve to death or win your freedom… well, that might work. For their paid mercenaries might one day get the picture and begin to understand that by making war on you, who want only to be free, they will be making war on their own hopes and dreams as well. Maybe in that moment of awareness they will put their guns down or turn them around and point them at the real enemy.

Still, how will you ever win back your freedom if, like sheep, you are not even aware of what you’ve lost in the first place?

If Jesus showed up one day would he recognize his teachings in you? Would you recognize him, based on how you think he would express himself?

We say we love our children and yet we send them off to war to fight and kill and die, telling ourselves and them that they are fighting so that we might live in freedom…even when the battle they are asked to fight makes no sense at all.  When we find it that easy to send our children into wars that should never be fought, that should be a clue that something is wrong.

For if we truly loved our children, we would not send them to kill and die; but instead we would put our own lives on the line.  We would say “over my dead body will you take my child to kill and die so that you can steal from others what is not yours or mine to have.”

Maybe many of us would have to pay a heavy price or die before we would win our children’s freedom. Do we have the will, the wisdom, or the courage to do what we ask our children to do in the name of freedom?

Jesus told us how to be. He talked the talk, and walked the walk. His life was his teaching. Too bad we turned his simplicity into an endless complicated liturgy… that we might be distracted from the truth and the responsibility of courageously seeking the truth so that we might live it.

Most who claim they follow him, don’t really. They never had his commitment, his determination, the conviction of his love. Some become the demagogues who to this day twist and rearrange his message to suit their own interests.  Some people volunteer their children into becoming Christian soldiers. Go to battle, lust for war, believe in lies, pray to God to help you kill some invented enemy before that enemy kills you. It takes a lot of skill at twisting words and meanings to attribute such an agenda to Jesus.

But there are those who really do try to follow his teachings. There is hope yet.

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Love the truth, seek the truth. For one day,
the truth shall set you free.

Those who call the Bible the holy book have divided themselves into various communities all claiming to worship Jesus. He never wanted to be worshipped. All he wanted was to teach and for us to learn… how to be honest, decent, courageous, loving, human beings.

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About Rev. Dr. Red
Minister, Public Speaker, Founder/Sr. Pastor of Spiritual Messiah Ministries, Founder of Spiritual Truth Movement & Coalition, Fisherman, Independent Marketer.

6 Responses to The Way: Jesus’ Hidden Message

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  4. theevolutionofosiris says:

    You quote someone talking about Churchill stomping out Nazis. Do you know that the Allies were fighting for International Jewry and National Socialist Germany (Nazis) were fighting against that and for Germans to be with Germans and every people to have its own people unique and free? Maybe you should check out Hitler’s War: What the Historians Neglect to Mention and Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story Never Told.

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    • Rev. Dr. Red says:

      I know about Hitler and the war. But thanks for the book titles, I’ll look them up.

      I don’t quite care about the political views of people. I quote information if it is deemed true and relevant to something I’m working on. Just because someone has opposing views (and possibly false views) on one subject, doesn’t mean that they have false views on another subject.

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