Novelist. Author of APSARAS and tales from the beautiful Saigh Valley. First person to quantify spiritual values.

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Wednesday 5 February 2014

The Second Coming.

The Jewish community await the coming of the Messiah whilst Christians believe he has already come and gone and await the Second Coming.

Most English versions of the Nicene Creed in current use include the following beliefs about Jesus: "...he ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father. He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead, and his kingdom will have no end. ... We look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come."

In Islam, Jesus is considered to be a prophet with a part to play in the Final judgement.
The Qur'anic verse alluded to as an indicator to Jesus's future return is as follows:
And he (Jesus) shall be a Sign (for the coming of) the Hour (of Judgment): therefore have no doubt about the (Hour), but follow ye Me (Follow the guidance and instruction of Allah): this is a Straight Way.

But from where will come this Precursor of the Final Days? Most Christians believe he went to heaven as a single man, not a father and therefore there is no direct bloodline.

The possibility that Jesus raised a family with Mary Magdalene has long been suggested, not least with the publication of Dan Brown's 'Da Vinci Code'. But is there another possibility? Has Jesus already been and gone for a second time or does He walk amongst us today?
The Bible makes several references to the siblings of Jesus, most notably James but there were three other brothers and possibly sisters. 1 Corinthians (9.5) also suggests that James had married and that therefore there is a bloodline.
It is my contention (see my book: SPIRITUAL MAN: An Introduction to Negative Dimensions) that after conception an early embryo will trawl the DNA of its parents using 'negative' time' and adopt the 'personality', some might call it the 'soul', of an ancestor. Although bodily traits such as hair and eye colouring may be ascribed to parents and grandparents, the randomly selected 'personality' trait may go back many generations.
Knowing that he was of David's line, I asked myself about the 'personality' inherited by Jesus. Whose was it? Jesus' geneology is listed in Luke's Gospel and one name stands out. Could it be that Jesus' character was that of the pious Enoch who we recall, uniquely 'Walked with God'. Since brother James is also of that line it is possible that one of his descendents might also have inherited the 'personality' of Enoch? If so, despite them almost certainly being very religious, it is quite possible he or we would never have known or witnessed the Second (or Third, Fourth etc) Coming.

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