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THE CHRIST HAS RETURNED "they say"


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nugglebunny81   posted:12/14/2011 6:50:08 AM  (Reply)
ok the weirdest thing, i got a book recently that was about the staging of the new antichrist. and it referred to an incident in 1983 that a million or so newspapers contained a full page insert saying " THE CHRIST HAS RETURNED" talking about this guy named "Maitreya" and i kid u not. i got this magazine from cvs called "psychology today" and there is an ad for a book in the back with the title of the ad "the christ has returned" N ITS REFERRING TO THE SAME GUY. i have a couple of links that r about this dude. http://blessedquietness.com/journal/housechu/matraya.htm this is one of them and heres the link that is posted below the book in the magazine, www.The Emergence.org/pt ok n heres the weird thing. we r comin into the age of aqaurius and we r in piceas , n if u think of Jesus Christ (he's the fish, right?) and if u look on wikipedia under maitreya, he's the water bearer (aquarius!) check out the links, gthese ppl r quite serious
spiritech0   posted:12/14/2011 10:26:16 AM  (Reply)
Of course people get serious about what they wan to believe. Anyone see "Enemy Mine"? Anyway, truth is truth. I'm sure Pythagoreas would've told his students that man cannot fly like birds. This side of the 21st century is kind of sad with no family vacations to Saturn, but people do find ways to fly today.

That being said, the great and terrible day of the Messiah is supposed to be great for those on Christ's side and terrible for the rest. He's to bring peace and the sword. Sounds like just another moment on Earth to me, unless Christ is battling the information brokers... Too many people looking down at their amusing gadgets to look at the cosmos.

Oh crap... Alien invasion... And it ain't Odin.
Ars Mysteriorum   posted:12/14/2011 10:28:36 AM  (Reply)
The Maitreya Christ is a notion created by Blavatsky's Theosophical society and is part of their whole Secret Master agenda.

Wikipedia article on the Theosophical Society.

Wikipedia article on the Maitreya.

Later C. W. Leadbeater championed Jiddu Krishnamurti as the supposed World Teacher (or the Maitreya Christ), but this was more than likely an extension of his pederast tendencies.

Wikipedia article on C. W. Leadbeater.

Wikipedia article on Jiddu Krishnamurti.

The Golden Dawn also invented a series of Secret Chiefs for much the same reason as the Theosophical Society; to claim ultimate authority on the behalf of a hidden rulership that only the leaders could access to justify their existence. It's a perfect cult structure, provided that the leaders don't actually believe the Secret Chiefs exist, as Robert Felkin apparently did, and go leaping off into the depths of insanity.

Wikipedia article on Robert Felkin

Wikipedia article on the Stella Matutina.

None of this is new, just the same nonsense folks have been spouting for well over 100 years.
Demon_despiser_144   posted:12/14/2011 11:23:25 AM  (Reply)
I will need to check this situation out. If this is real, I can explain every bit of this. The person who brought this up, tell me more about it. I will look deeper.
Levinus   posted:12/14/2011 11:30:22 AM  (Reply)
Thats the trouble with those christian folk. Good pagans did their best to kill the guy, and here he comes, rising again. Its really annoying.
Jester87   posted:12/14/2011 12:02:50 PM  (Reply)
ok n heres the weird thing. we r comin into the age of aqaurius and we r in piceas , n if u think of Jesus Christ (he's the fish, right?) and if u look on wikipedia under maitreya, he's the water bearer (aquarius!) check out the links, gthese ppl r quite serious


So do you think that the dawning of the new age will bring about the end of the world, or begin a time of great enlightenment and peace. Ive heard both sides. And do you think this guy is possibly connected? The way I see it, there is no way to know whats real and isnt real. Just because someone doesnt believe doesnt change anything. Personally, I dont believe in any of it. But I could be wrong. LOL, I do find it intriguing
Jester87   posted:12/14/2011 1:03:10 PM  (Reply)


Found this on the Subject
Ars Mysteriorum   posted:12/15/2011 10:42:03 AM  (Reply)
I pointed to the most publicly available information regarding this sort of thought, and folks simply ignore it in favor of propaganda?

I question whether most folks actually care to learn, or are merely content chasing their tales into delusion.
Jester87   posted:12/15/2011 11:21:22 AM  (Reply)
Alot of what this guy teaches is actually really good. Do I believe that he is Christ. Absolutely not. But we could learn a thing or two from him. Watched several of his videos online (this post peeked my interest) And I really liked his point of "We have people suffering from obesity to the point of death, while others are starving to the point of death. Lets get some organization and these two problems can fix themselves"
TaraStreet   posted:12/16/2011 4:10:12 AM  (Reply)

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Ars Mysteriorum  posted:12/15/2011 10:42:03 AM  (Reply)
I pointed to the most publicly available information regarding this sort of thought, and folks simply ignore it in favor of propaganda?

I question whether most folks actually care to learn, or are merely content chasing their tales into delusion.
No one cares to learn anymore, especially if it means they just may have been wrong.
LincolnGenghis   posted:12/18/2011 10:51:18 AM  (Reply)
Actually there have been numerous arrests of Jesus this year. He has been busy.
nugglebunny81   posted:12/18/2011 7:56:16 PM  (Reply)

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Ars Mysteriorum  posted:12/14/2011 10:28:36 AM  (Reply)
The Maitreya Christ is a notion created by Blavatsky's Theosophical society and is part of their whole Secret Master agenda.

Wikipedia article on the Theosophical Society.

Wikipedia article on the Maitreya.

Later C. W. Leadbeater championed Jiddu Krishnamurti as the supposed World Teacher (or the Maitreya Christ), but this was more than likely an extension of his pederast tendencies.

Wikipedia article on C. W. Leadbeater.

Wikipedia article on Jiddu Krishnamurti.

The Golden Dawn also invented a series of Secret Chiefs for much the same reason as the Theosophical Society; to claim ultimate authority on the behalf of a hidden rulership that only the leaders could access to justify their existence. It's a perfect cult structure, provided that the leaders don't actually believe the Secret Chiefs exist, as Robert Felkin apparently did, and go leaping off into the depths of insanity.

Wikipedia article on Robert Felkin

Wikipedia article on the Stella Matutina.

None of this is new, just the same nonsense folks have been spouting for well over 100 years.
thank you for the information. i wasnt saying any of it was new. i just thought it was strange to find the information that "christ has returned" in my magazine. its a pretty widely circulated magazine. i thought everyone would be interested. but we all welcome more info, especially when people are going nuts over it!
nugglebunny81   posted:12/18/2011 8:09:53 PM  (Reply)

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Demon_despiser_144  posted:12/14/2011 11:23:25 AM  (Reply)
I will need to check this situation out. If this is real, I can explain every bit of this. The person who brought this up, tell me more about it. I will look deeper.
all i know is what i posted. i had heard about this guy before. but i recently saw the "ad" for it just recently in "psychology today" and i just thought it was kinda creepy. ars mysteriorium seems to know more about it than i do. but if u happen to learn anymore, let us know. id love to read,hear or see some of the interviews that he has given. i do know that the first web site i saw him on was the web site for "star doves" heres a site from them. it has all kinds of wacky stuff they believe in http://www.stardoves.com/channel1.html


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