Aquarian Age Gospel of Jesus
CHAPTERs 71 - 77
Jesus, his six disciples and his mother, go to Capernaum. Jesus teaches the people,
revealing the difference between the kings of earth and the kings of heaven.
THE city of Capernaum was by the sea of Galilee, and Peter's home was there. The
homes of Andrew, John and James were near,
2 These men were fishermen, and must return to tend their nets, and they prevailed
on Jesus and his mother to accompany them, and soon with Philip and Nathaniel they
were resting by the sea in Peter's home.
3 The news spread through the city and along the shore that Judah's king had come,
and multitudes drew near to press his hand.
4 And Jesus said, I cannot show the king, unless you see with eyes of soul, because
the kingdom of the king is in the soul.
5 And every soul a kingdom is. There is a king for every man.
6 This king is love, and when this love becomes the greatest power in life, it is the
Christ; so Christ is king.
7 And every one may have this Christ dwell in his soul, as Christ dwells in my soul.
8 The body is the temple of the king, and men may call a holy man a king.
9 He who will cleanse his mortal form and make it pure, so pure that love and
righteousness may dwell unsullied side by side within its walls, is king.
10 The kings of earth are clothed in royal robes, and sit in state that men may stand
in awe of them.
11 A king of heaven may wear a fisher's garb; may sit in mart of trade; may till the
soil, or be a gleaner in the field; may be a slave in mortal chains;
12 May be adjudged a criminal by men; may languish in a prison cell; may die upon
13 Men seldom see what others truly are. The human senses sense what seems to
be, and that which seems to be and that which is, may be diverse in every way.
14 The carnal man beholds the outer man, which is the temple of the king, and
worships at his shrine.
15 The man of God is pure in heart; he sees the king; he sees with eyes of soul:
16 And when he rises to the plane of Christine consciousness, he knows that he
himself is king, is love, is Christ, and so is son of God.
17 You men of Galilee, prepare to meet your king.
18 And Jesus taught the people many lessons as he walked with them beside the
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Jesus in Jerusalem. Drives the merchants out of the temple. The priests resent, and
he defends himself from the standpoint of a loyal Jew. He speaks to the people.
THE Jewish paschal feast time came and Jesus left his mother in Capernaum and
journeyed to Jerusalem.
2 And he abode with one a Sadducee, whose name was Jude.
3 And when he reached the temple courts the multitudes were there to see the
prophet whom the people thought had come to break the yoke of Rome, restore the
kingdom of the Jews, and rule on David's throne.
4 And when the people saw him come they said, All hail! behold the king!
5 But Jesus answered not; he saw the money changers in the house of God, and he
6 The courts had been converted into marts of trade, and men were selling lambs
and doves for offerings in sacrifice.
7 And Jesus called the priests and said, Behold, for paltry gain you have sold out the
temple of the Lord.
8 This house ordained for prayer is now a den of thieves. Can good and evil dwell
together in the courts of God? I tell you, no.
9 And then he made a scourge of cords and drove the merchants out; he overturned
their boards, and threw their money on the floor.
10 He opened up the cages of the captive birds, and cut the cords that bound the
lambs, and set them free.
11 The priests and scribes rushed out, and would have done him harm, but they
were driven back; the common people stood in his defence.
12 And then the rulers said, Who is this Jesus you call king?
13 The people said, He is the Christ of whom our prophets wrote; he is the king who
will deliver Israel.
14 The rulers said to Jesus, Man, if you be king, or Christ, then show us signs. Who
gave you right to drive these merchants out?
15 And Jesus said, There is no loyal Jew who would not give his life to save this
temple from disgrace; in this I acted simply as a loyal Jew, and you yourselves will bear
me witness to this truth.
16 The signs of my messiahship will follow me in words and deeds.
17 And you may tear the temple down (and you will tear it down) and in three days
it will be built again more glorious than before.
18 Now Jesus meant that they might take his life; tear down his body, temple of the
Holy Breath, and he would rise again.
19 The Jews knew not the meaning of his words; they laughed his claims to scorn.
20 A multitude of men were forty and six years in building up this house, and this
young stranger claims that he will build it up in three score hours; his words were idle,
and his claims are naught.
21 And then they took the scourge with which he drove the merchants out, and would
have driven him away; but Philo, who had come from Egypt to attend the feast, stood
forth and said,
22 You men of Israel, hear! This man is more than man; take heed to what you do.
I have, myself, heard Jesus speak, and all the winds were still.
23 And I have seen him touch the sick, and they were healed. He stands a sage
above the sages of the world;
24 And you will see his star arise, and it will grow until it is full-orbed Sun of
25 Do not be hasty, men; just wait and you will have the proofs of his messiahship.
26 And then the priests laid down the scourge, and Jesus said,
27 Prepare, O Israel, prepare to meet your king! But you can never see the king
while you press sin as such a precious idol to your hearts.
28 The king is God; the pure in heart alone can see the face of God and live.
29 And then the priests cried out, This fellow claims to be the God. Is not this
sacrilege! away with him!
30 But Jesus said, No man has ever heard me say, I am a king. Our Father-God is
king. With every loyal Jew I worship God.
31 I am the candle of the Lord aflame to light the way; and while you have the light
walk in the light.
Jesus again visits the temple, and is favourably received by the people. Tells the
parable of a king and his sons. Defines messiahship.
NEXT day the multitudes were surging through the temple courts, intent on hearing
2 And when he came the people said, All hail! behold the king!
3 And Jesus spoke a parable; he said, A king had vast domains; his people all were
kin, and lived in peace.
4 Now, after many years the king said to his people, Take these lands and all I have;
enhance their values; rule yourselves, and live in peace.
5 And then the people formed their states; selected governors and petty kings.
6 But pride, ambition, selfish greed, and base ingratitude grew fast, and kings began
7 They wrote in all their statute books that might is right; and then the strong
destroyed the weak, and chaos reigned through all the vast domain.
8 A long time passed, and then the king looked out on his domain. He saw his
people in their cruel wars; he saw them sick and sore distressed; he saw the strong
enslave the weak,
9 And then he said, What shall I do? Shall I send forth a scourge? shall I destroy my
10 And then his heart was stirred with pity and he said, I will not send a scourge; I
will send forth my only son, heir to the throne, to teach the people love, and peace, and
11 He sent his son; the people scorned him and maltreated him, and nailed him to
12 He was entombed; but death was far too weak to hold the prince, and he arose.
13 He took a form man could not kill; and then he went again to teach the people
love, and peace and righteousness.
14 And thus God deals with men.
15 A lawyer came and asked, What does messiah mean? and who has right to make
messiah of a man?
16 And Jesus said, Messiah is one sent from God to seek and save the lost.
Messiahs are not made by men.
17 In first of every age Messiah comes to light the way; to heal up broken hearts; to
set the prisoners free. Messiah and the Christ are one.
18 Because a man claims to be Christ is not a sign that he is Christ.
19 A man may cause the streams to flow from flinty rocks; may bring storms at will;
may stay tempestuous winds; may heal the sick and raise the dead, and not be sent
20 All nature is subservient to the will of man, and evil man, as well as good, have
all the powers of mind, and may control the elements.
21 The head gives not the proof of true messiahship, for man by means of intellect,
can never know of God, nor bring himself to walk in light.
22 Messiah lives not in the head, but in the heart, the seat of mercy and of love.
23 Messiah never works for selfish gains; he stands above the carnal self; his words
and deeds are for the universal good.
24 Messiah never tries to be a king, to wear a crown and sit upon an earthly throne.
25 The king is earthy, of the earth; Messiah is the man from heaven.
26 And then the lawyer asked, Why do you pose as king?
27 And Jesus said, No man has ever heard me say that I am king. I could not sit in
Caesar's place and be the Christ.
28 Give unto Caesar what belongs to him; give unto God the treasures of your heart.
Jesus heals on the Sabbath, and is censured by the Pharisees. Restores a drowned
child. Rescued a wounded dog. Cares for a homeless child. Speaks on the law of
IT was the Sabbath day, and Jesus stood among the surging masses of the people
in the temple courts and sacred halls.
2 The blind, the deaf, the dumb, and those obsessed were there, and Jesus spoke
the Word, and they were healed.
3 On some he laid his hands, and they were healed; to others he just spoke the
Word, and they were full restored to health; but others had to go and wash in certain
pools; and others he anointed with a holy oil.
4 A doctor asked him why he healed in divers ways, and he replied,
5 Disease is discord in the human form, and discords are produced in many ways.
6 The body is a harpsichord; sometimes the strings are too relaxed, and then
7 Sometimes we find the strings too tense, and then another form of discord is
8 Disease is many-formed, and these are many ways to cure, to tune anew the
9 Now when the Pharisees were told that Jesus healed the people on the Sabbath
day they were enraged, and they commanded him to quit the place.
10 But Jesus said, Was man designed to fit the Sabbath, or was the Sabbath day
designed to fit the man?
11 If you had fallen in a pit and, lo, the Sabbath day had come, and I should pass
your way, would you cry out.
12 Let me alone; it is a sin to help me on the Sabbath day; I'll swelter in this filth until
13 You Pharisees, you hypocrites! you know you would be glad to have my help
upon the Sabbath day, or any other day.
14 These people all have fallen into pits, and they are calling loud for me to help
them out, and man and God would curse me should I pass along and heed them not.
15 And then the Pharisees returned to say their prayers, and curse the man of God
because he heeded not their words.
16 Now, in the evening Jesus stood beside a pool; a playful child had fallen in, and
it was drowned, and friends were bearing it away.
17 But Jesus called the carriers to stop; and then he stretched himself upon the
lifeless form, and breathed into its mouth the breath of life.
18 And then he called aloud unto the soul that had gone out, and it returned; the
child revived and lived.
19 And Jesus saw a wounded dog; it could not move; it lay beside the way and
groaned with pain. He took it in his arms and bore it to the home where he abode.
20 He poured the healing oil into the wounds; he cared for it as though it were a child
till it was strong and well.
21 And Jesus saw a little boy who had no home, and he was hungry; when he called
for bread the people turned away.
22 And Jesus took the child and gave him bread; he wrapped him in his own warm
coat, and found for him a home.
23 To those who followed him the master said, If man would gain again his lost
estate he must respect the brotherhood of life.
24 Whoever is not kind to every form of life--to man, to beast, to bird, and creeping
thing--cannot expect the blessings of the Holy One; for as we give, so God will give to
Nicodemus visits Jesus in the night. Jesus reveals to him the meaning of the new birth
and the kingdom of heaven.
NICODEMUS was a ruler of the Jews, and Je was earnest, learned and devout.
2 He saw the master's signet in the face of Jesus as he talked, but was not brave
enough to publicly confess his faith in him;
3 So in the night he went to talk with Jesus at the home of Jude.
4 When Jesus saw him come he said, Full blessed are the pure in heart;
5 Twice blessed are the fearless, pure in heart;
6 Thrice blessed are the fearless, pure in heart who dare to make confession of their
faith before the highest courts.
7 And Nicodemus said, Hail, master, hail! I know you are a teacher come from God,
for man alone could never teach as you have taught; could never do the works that you
8 And Jesus said, Except a man be born again he cannot see the king; he cannot
comprehend the words I speak.
9 And Nicodemus said, How can a man be born again? Can he go back into the
womb and come again to life?
10 And Jesus said, The birth of which I speak is not the birth of flesh.
11 Except a man be born of water and the Holy Breath, he cannot come into the
kingdom of the Holy One.
12 That which is born of flesh is child of man; that which is born of Holy Breath is
child of God.
13 The winds blow where they please; men hear their voices, and may note results;
but they know not from whence they come, nor where they go; and so is every one that
is born of Holy Breath.
14 The ruler said, I do not understand; pray tell me plainly what you mean.
15 And Jesus said, The kingdom of the Holy One is in the soul; men cannot see it
with their carnal eyes; with all their reasoning powers they comprehend it not.
16 It is a life deep hid in God; its recognition is the work of inner consciousness.
17 The kingdoms of the world are kingdoms of the sight; the kingdom of the Holy
One is that of faith; its king is love.
18 Men cannot see the love of God unmanifest, and so our Father-God has clothed
this love with flesh--flesh of a son of man.
19 And that the world may see and know this love made manifest, the son of man
must needs be lifted up.
20 As Moses in the wilderness raised up the serpent for the healing of the flesh, the
son of man must be raised up.
21 That all men bitten by the serpent of the dust, the serpent of the dust, the serpent
of this carnal life, may live.
22 He who believes in him shall have eternal life.
23 For God so loved the world that he sent forth his only son to be raised up that
men may see the love of God.
24 God did not send his son to judge the world; he sent him forth to save the world;
to bring men to the light.
25 But men love not the light, for light reveals their wickedness; men love the dark.
26 Now, every one who loves the truth comes to the light; he does not fear to have
his works made manifest.
27 The light had come, and Nicodemus went his way; he knew the meaning of the
birth of Holy Breath; he felt the presence of the Spirit in his soul.
28 And Jesus tarried in Jerusalem for many days and taught and healed the sick.
29 The common people gladly listened to his words, and many left their all of carnal
things and followed him.
Jesus in Bethlehem. Explains the Empire of Peace to the shepherds. An unusual light
appears. The shepherds recognise Jesus as the Christ.
THE Logos went to Bethlehem, and many people followed him.
2 He found the shepherd's home where he was cradled when a babe; here he
3 He went up to the hills where more than thirty years before the shepherds watched
their flocks and heard the messenger of peace exclaim:
4 At midnight in a cave in Bethlehem the Prince of Peace is born.
5 And shepherds still were there, and sheep still fed upon the hills.
6 And in the valley near great flocks of snow-white doves were flying to and fro.
7 And when the shepherds knew that Jesus, whom the people called the king, had
come, they came from near and far to speak to him.
8 And Jesus said to them, Behold the life of innocence and peace!
9 White is the symbol of the virtuous and pure! the lamb of innocence; the dove of
10 And it was meet that love should come in human form amid such scenes as
11 Our father Abraham walked through these vales, and on these very hills he
watched his flocks and herds.
12 And here it was that one, the Prince of Peace, the king of Salim, came; the Christ
in human form; a greater far than Abraham was he.
13 And here it was that Abraham gave to this king of Salim, tithes of all he had.
14 This Prince of Peace went forth in battle everywhere. He had no sword; no armour
of defence; no weoapons of offence;
15 And yet he conquered men, and nations trembled at his feet.
16 The hosts of Egypt quailed before this sturdy king of right; the kings of Egypt
placed their crowns upon his head,
17 And gave into his hands the sceptre of all Egypt land, and not a drop of blood was
shed, and not a captive placed in chains;
18 But everywhere the conqueror threw wide the prison doors and set the captives
19 And, once again, the Prince of Peace has come, and from these blesed hills he
goes again to fight.
20 And he is clothed in white; his sword is truth, his sheild is faith; his helmet is
innocence; his breath is love; his watchword peace.
21 But this is not a carnal war; it is not man at war with man; but it is right against
22 And love is captain, love is warrior, love is armour, love is all, and love shall win.
23 And then again the hills of Bethlehem were clothed with light, again the
24 Peace, peace on earth, good will to men.
25 And Jesus taught the people; healed the sick; revealed the mysteries of the
kingdom of the Holy One.
26 And many said, He is the Christ; the king who was to come has come; Praise God.
The Aquarian Age Gospel of Jesus, the Christ of the Piscean Age. Transcribed from the Book of God's Remembrance Known as the Akashic records