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Greetings again in the day of the Lord ... the Blue-day of the Will of God,

     Honestly Moon-day is the day of the Moon ... the Will of God is available to-day with strength but also on Thor-day, Jupiter-day.

     Every day we have the Seven Sacred Flames ... and ...

     Friends ... the day has arrived ... Ay ... An important question will be answered on this Website ...

Did Jesus really spoke about Reincarnation? ...

     Time ago, a member of my family, a cousin ask me that question ... and I tell you she, the same I tell to you. "Yes!" ...

     Lord Jesus speak about Reincarnation ... like me, Giovanni your fellow-servant do frequently ...

     You will ask ... where? ... is included that part and why was removed ... and I will immediately give my word to Marl L. Prophet from his book,

     However, before to do that ... I want to comment some words from my Mentor, Saint Germain.

     Saint Germain told us in the book, "Saint Germain on Alchemy" that the removing of the Reincarnation from the Holy Scriptures is one of the most dark Mistakes ... because lead to Chaos.

     In fact, saint Germain say,

Now, there are many other traits and influ­ences that we could go into here, but I do not choose to prolong the enumeration of negatives to which mankind are host. Rather, I would point out, on the basis of a thorough analysis of those I have listed, that mankind's abuses of Power are created primarily as a result of their ignorance and misunderstanding of the laws governing the flow and use of energy.

Moreover, to the great masses inhabiting the planet, from whom even a rudimentary knowl­edge of the science of karma has been withheld, it is somewhat difficult to explain the cycles of rein­carnation that predestine the return of abused Power to the one who has misused it.

The horror with which some who profess to be religious view any doctrine that is not approved by the church of their fathers is a millstone about their necks. How unfortunate! For if they are to be free from the shackles of an ancient dogma, they must open wide the doors of their minds, without fear and without prejudice.


    Therefore the inclusion of Reincarnation is FUNDAMENTAL to explain Life ...

    Now, I Giovanni your fellow-teacher want to give a good example.

    If Earth is a School-Room ... and we are the Students ... and the Masters are Masters and Lords of the Heaven, the Immortals, like Abraham (El Morya), Jesus, Saint Germain, Mother Mary, Kuthumi (Saint Francis) ... please note I swap Ascended name with incarnated name ... if we are the students in a School ... Can we take a holiday? ...

   I answer. The Holiday is Death ... And so we born and die, born and die ... until we take the Path of the GodWill ... leaving the Path of our own FreeWill ... Clear? ...

  Let me give you to the very words ... of Mark L. Prophet ... who is Ascended Master Lanto ... but before I will recall and important issue.

   I, Giovanni want you to remember that indeed we are not 6 Billion people ... Nay!

   We are less.

   Honestly ... we all are connected ... and our Soul is spread in Hundred but Thousand of Parts at each side of the veil ...

   This statement is very important and is connected with Re-incarnation and Twin Flames as well Soul Mates.

   The Big Part of Our Soul is ... the Higher Self ... and is not here ... He dwells in High Dimensions ... Honestly several dimensions ...

   Each time we born ... the Soul Split ... and Split and Split ... It is like Water that fall from the a Cascade ... some part go and join to the main pool ... other parts jump to the rocks behind the cascade ... and other part to the loaves ... But ALL IS WATER ... ALL IS OUR SOUL ... and ALL IS GOD ... Because each atom belong to the Lord ...

    Therefore only a very High God like Ra, our Sun ... can know exactly how many "real" parts we are ... Please note ... each part has it own Consciousness ...

    Still Archangel Michael ... say we need to recover the Pieces of our Soul ... and this is the Why ... Mark Twain publish ... "The Prince and the Pauper"  ... Both were parts of the same soul.

    Still explains the different attractions we feel ... After ALL ... WE ARE ONE.

Blessed you are,

Enjoy the teaching ... this not complete the book. You can read it here, The_Answer_You're_Looking_for_Is_Inside_of_You/


Giovanni A. Orlando.





As you know, the concept of reincarnation is important in Buddhism. Gautama taught: "What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life of tomorrow."[1]


But one fact you may have overlooked is that the concept of reincarnation was taught by the Master Jesus. Reincarnation allows us the opportunity to fully realize the kingdom of God—that is, the consciousness of God—within. For the law of reincarnation states that your soul must reincarnate again and again until you attain immortal life through union with God.


Because of my great respect for my beautiful mother, for many years I wouldn't allow myself to believe in reincarnation. I wouldn't have believed in it even if I had died, come back as a baby and remembered that I had lived before. I would have been sure that it was the doctrine of Satan, because that's what my mother had taught me.


But reincarnation wasn't and isn't a doctrine of Satan. It is the doctrine of divine fairness. It is God's way of equalizing life's opportunities for all. The doctrine of reincarnation was a part of the belief of some Christians in the early Church. It was taught by Saint Francis in the public squares. Yet it is still not a part of Christian doctrine.


Why? In large part because of the sixth-century Byzantine rulers Justinian and Theodora.  Both of them had a habit of  meddling with Christian theology. Theodora even caused the demise of the pope.


Justinian dealt a death blow to Christian belief in reincarnation when he convened the Fifth Ecumenical Council of the Church, which anathematized (cursed) the teachings of the eminent theologian Origen of Alexandria[2] on the preexistence of souls. For if there is no such thing as preexistence, then there can be no such thing as reincarnation.


So from that time on, Christians were considered heretics if they believed in reincarnation. And Justinian and Theodora did everything in their power to see to it that any teaching on reincarnation was removed from the Bible.


Why were Justinian and Theodora set against the doctrine of reincarnation? Well, Theodora had been a prostitute before she married the emperor Justinian. Having risen from courtesan to empress, she couldn't conceive of coming back in another life as a prostitute or someone who would have to serve others. So, as Noel Langley writes in his book about Edgar Cayce and reincarnation, Theodora and Justinian were intent on removing from the Bible the references to reincarnation.[3]


Let's go to the verse of scripture that was overlooked when the references to reincarnation were removed. This verse will show you the doctrine of reincarnation as clear as day. It involves the interesting life of John the Baptist, who was the reincarnation of the prophet Elijah.


Before Elijah was taken up into heaven, he was walking with his disciple Elisha, who was later embodied as Christ Jesus. As Elijah was preparing to be caught up into heaven in a chariot of fire, he turned to Elisha and asked him what he wanted.


"Ask what I shall do for thee before 1 be taken away from thee," Elijah said.


Elisha replied, "Let a double portion of thy spirit be upon me."


Elijah turned to his disciple and said, "If thou see me when I am taken from thee, it shall be so."


Then Elijah ascended into heaven in a chariot of fire. The fire element conveyed his body into the cosmic cloud. His mantle fell from him and Elisha picked it up and smote the waters of the Jordan River. And the double portion of the spirit of Elijah rested upon him.


In Elijah's final incarnation as John the Baptist, the prophet said of his former disciple, "He [Jesus] must increase, but I must decrease          … One mightier than I cometh, the latchet of whose shoes I am not worthy to unloose."[4] And earlier, when Jesus' mother, Mary, who was with child, approached Elisabeth, the mother of John the Baptist, the babe John leaped in Elisabeth's womb for joy. The babe recognized the mastery of God in "that holy thing" that would be born of Mary.[5]


Now, here's the key passage. As Peter, James and John were coming down the mountain with Jesus after having witnessed Jesus' transfiguration and the appearance of Moses and Elijah, they asked the Lord, "Why, then, say the scribes that Elijah must first come?"


Jesus turned to them and said, "Elijah has already come and they did not know him but did to him whatever they pleased." Then Matthew records that "the disciples understood that he spake unto them of John the Baptist."[6]


John, you see, was beheaded by Herod. John had been put in prison because he had rebuked Herod for his unlawful marriage to Herodias. Salome, the daughter of Herodias, danced before Herod, and he promised to give her whatever she asked for. Prompted by her mother, she asked for the head of John the Baptist on a platter.[7]


So, the Master Jesus revealed to his disciples that John the Baptist was the reincarnation of the prophet Elijah. And Jesus said that "among them that are born of women there hath not risen a greater than John the Baptist."[8]


Truly, John the Baptist was the greatest man ever to be born of woman. Like Jesus, Saint Germain and Mary, Elijah ascended to God. But the extraordinary difference between Elijah and almost all others who have made their ascension is that he is one of the very few who balanced 100 percent of their karma, made their ascension and then reincarnated.


Don't let anyone tell you that they made their ascension and then came back into a physical body again. This is not a common occurrence. It may happen once in 2,500 years or not at all.


Why did the Ascended Master Elijah return to the Galilean scene reincarnated as John the Baptist? To prepare the way for Jesus, who was the avatar of the Piscean age. John was the one spoken of by the prophet Isaiah as "the voice of one crying in the wilderness, 'Prepare ye the way of the Lord. Make his paths straight.'[9]


The prophet Malachi concluded the Old Testament with a prophecy of the coming of Elijah: "Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD. And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers, Lest I come and smite the earth with a curse."[10]


So by celebrating our "Eternal Christmas in July," we are able to delve into some of the Christ mysteries that span the centuries.





We have to understand the great mystery that the Christ is the Christ of the ages. He was the Christ of the ages before his nativity and he will be the Christ of the ages forever. "Jesus Christ, the same yesterday and today and forever!"[11]


Whatever age you live in, the kingdom of God is within you. Ten generations from now, if you are a great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandmother or -grandfather, you may find that you are your own great-grandma or your own great-grandpa. Or, if you've made your ascension, you may find that you are striving to remove from the consciousness of mankind the deadly defamations of the names of God and of his character that come to light as a result of the misunderstandings men have about the doctrine of vicarious atonement.


They do not understand what honest-to-goodness atonement really means. According to cosmic law, Jesus cannot atone for your sins. Only you can atone for your sins.


And Jesus cannot make your decisions for you any more than anyone else can make your decisions for you. In the final analysts, each one has to make his own decisions.


God has set his laws in motion, and in so doing he has conveyed to all of us the ritual of free will. Through our use of the free will he bequeathed to us, we are able to receive the true salvation of Jesus Christ, which is the gift of the Christ consciousness. God planned this from the beginning. He foreknew that one day we would exercise our free will to return to him in the full glory of the ascension.


You see, even God does not ordain our comings and our goings. And it is not enough for God to merely will your destiny for you, for he has already willed the destiny of every human being. Only we can decide when we will have our victories—and when we will have our defeats, God forbid.


We will not win our salvation through our worship of Jesus or any other Master, but we will win it through the Master within, who is given to us directly from God. This Master is our own Holy Christ Self. Our Holy Christ Self descends from the Godhead, from the I AM Presence and the Causal Body with its concentric globes of fire that represent our "treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt and where thieves do not break through nor steal."[12]


At the time we were born, when the universal flame was lit in the chalice of our heart and it began to beat with the rhythm of the Holy Spirit, we were given individual life, consciousness and energy. Then the descending dove of the Holy Spirit came down upon the Holy Christ Self, individualized for each of us. It descended along the crystal cord until the threefold flame of life was anchored in the heart of the newborn babe.


This threefold flame, thank God, has been seen not only by clairvoyants but by people who have seen it with their naked eye. There have been cases where people have actually looked through an opening in the chest of a man during surgery and seen the threefold flame within the patient's heart.


I want you to understand that many of the great problems that we have in the human cauldron, seething with human emotions, stem from people's addictions to their own ideas. That's what makes conveying the eternal truths so difficult.


I would not be working as hard as I do merely for dollars. I am working as hard as I do for the saving of souls. I am not working for fame. Had I chosen fame and fortune, I would have gone into business or politics.


The point is, each one of us has free will. Any one of us could choose to be here or not to be here in the service of God. I am here because I want to be engaged in the work of the Good Shepherd. Our work enunciates the ancient alphabets of the Spirit that go back to the priesthood of Melchizedek. Of Christ it was said, "Thou art a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek."[13]


Those who are willing to give everything to the Godhead, to surrender completely to God, may be accepted into that order. I use the word may because it is not easy to qualify oneself for a level-one entree into the priesthood of Melchizedek. Those who are members of that order are a type of Christ. And they bear the burden and the light of their Christhood.


And so, I have presented you with some thoughts on Christmas in July, a Christmas you must keep forever, a Christmas that will resurrect the light of the Christ Mass upon the planetary body.


One more thought comes to mind that shows how much God loves every one of us. Some of you are aware that El Morya was embodied as the Irish poet and lyricist Thomas Moore. He was quite popular in his day for his skill as a drawing-room singer. You may be interested in hearing, then, a little bit of the story of his writing of the song "Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms."

Thomas Moore and the beautiful daughter of an aristocrat fell in love, although they never married. Each held back from the relationship—Thomas because he was the son of an Irish grocer, the girl because an attack of smallpox had left one side of her face disfigured. The poor girl kept her disfigurement from Thomas. Although she still attended his singing performances, she would sit in the shadows and cover her face with her fan.


When Thomas discovered her secret, he composed a new song under divine inspiration. He performed it one night at a gathering attended by the prince regent. Contrary to the accepted ways of etiquette, he turned his back on royalty and faced the girl he loved to sing to her this tender song:


Believe me, if all those endearing young charms,

Which I gaze on so fondly to-day,

Were to change by to-morrow, and fleet in my arms,

Like fairy-gifts fading away,

Thou wouldst still be adored, as this moment thou art,

Let thy loveliness fade as it will,

And around the dear ruin each wish of my heart

Would entwine itself verdantly still.

It is not while beauty and youth are thine own,

And thy cheeks unprofaned by a tear,

That the fervour and faith of a soul can be known,

To which time will but make thee more dear;

No, the heart that has truly loved never forgets,

But as truly loves on to the close,

As the sun-flower turns on her god, when he sets,

The same look which she turn'd when he rose.


The pathos of the Master-to-be! Thank yo

[1] Juan Mascaro trans, The Dhammapada: The Path of Perfection (London: Penguin Books),

[2] Mark L. Prophet was Origen of Alexandria (c 185-c. 254).

[3] Noel Langley – Edgar Cayce on Reincarnation (New York: Warner Books, 1967) pp 184,186, 1978-98.

[4] John 3:30, Luke 3:16.

[5] Luke 1:39-44,35.

[6] Matt 17:9-13.

[7] Matt 14:1-11, Mark 6:14-28.

[8] Matt 11:11.

[9] Matt 3:3,  Mark I:2,3; Luke 3:3, Isa 40:3.

[10] Mal 4:5,6.

[11] Heb 13:8. 

[12] Matt 6:20.

[13] Heb 5:5-10; 6:20; 7

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