From the Very Beginning, the True Religion

The Pagan Christ (2004)

My cousin Doug’s wife, Margot, mentioned this excellent book in 2007 when I visited them in London, UK that spring. As you may have surmised by my manuscript that I compiled in 1996, I had already reached the conclusion that Tom Harpur comes to in the course of his research for this book. That doesn’t diminish its importance in my eyes. In fact, that makes this all the better for the open-mindedness of his approach.

But now, I’m finding surprising ‘proof’ in the strangest of places: “The Way” by Michael Berg; and “The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?” by Wynn Free with David Wilcock.

The implication is that Kabbalah existed before Creation, and the Law of One is a reflection of that Truth. In our ‘recent’ history, the Egyptians seem to have kept alive the ancient spiritual traditions as ‘mysteries’, by implication, the Hebrews were shown these things through Moses. These ‘ancient spiritual traditions’ may have originated in Atlantis, or even before that civilization. The Gnostics were the recipients of these ‘hidden’ sparks and kept alive the flame, even when the ‘established’ Christian Church tried to snuff it out in the ‘Dark Ages’.

But I think the following Ascension ‘reading’ by David Wilcock, shows the Ra complex in a brand new light (at least for me):

When you are so surrounded by the heavenly host, it is indeed rather foolish for you to be so concerned about an imminent alien invasion, if you will. There would never be a possibility for something like this to take place, as you are indeed heavily protected and quarantined from the outside world, if you will, at this point in time. We come to you on a narrow-band vibration, a band that you can perceive early in the morning as you rise into full waking consciousness; a band that will be speaking to you with greater and greater clarity in every moment.

But can you hear the call? Do you understand the words of the Father as they are spoken from His lips to thine own mind? Canst thou assemble the sentences properly, as they have been heard in the early waking delirium that is so commonly discarded with the fury of the alarm clock and the hot shower? Indeed, do you rest comfortably with the notion of species-to-species contact and communion, or even spirit-to-spirit contact, knowing full well that the being you wish to contact is the Christ himself?

What surprise comes to you at the realization that this very Christ is now designed to become literally your personal savior, but not in the sense that the fundamentalists would have it? Rather, it is that spark in you. It is you, and you are it; there is no separation. Therefore, you can call it what you will, but its effects are the same. Your own Divine spark is awakening within you, and thus the phrase in the Bible: “I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one can come unto the Father but by me.”

Free, Wynn; Wilcock, David. The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce?: Interdimensional Communication and Global Transformation (pp. 290-291). North Atlantic Books. Kindle Edition.

In the next few days, I will be re-reading Harpur’s book and commenting on different aspects of his revelation as we go along.

This following quote was printed on the first page of the text (in a slightly different form of words, but essentially saying the same thing):

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I am an Astrologer who also writes about world events. My first eBook "At This Point in Time" is available through most on-line book stores. I have now serialized my second book "The Star of Bethlehem" here. And I am experimenting with birth and death charts. If you wish to contact me, or request a birth chart, send an email to (And, in case you are also interested, I have an extensive list of celebrity birth and death details if you wish to 'confirm' what you suspect may be a past-life experience of yours.) Bless.
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3 Responses to From the Very Beginning, the True Religion

  1. cdsmiller17 says:

    The only thing I haven’t totally bought into is the idea that Jesus never existed. In my heart, I know that I met him in 1st century Jerusalem. But the writers of the New Testament went out of their way to make him relevent to non-Jews. Hence the myth-making.


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