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This book is a summary of the first Book. Its purpose is to show case the two Jewels of the authors research. The authentic Jesus sayings from the Gospel of Thomas and teh corruptions theory that explains why that wonderful philosophy was lost to humanity.
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Rob is simply an office worker who decided to take time off work to address and record an issue that had been bugging him since the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. Why was it that humanity was continually failing to find a way to live in Peace. The answers he found will challenge you to your foundation, assuming you are prepared to follow Jesus advise and seek and find (Cerca Trova) the answer, rather than just believe. Whilst this work fails to remove that challenge, it may save some of the search effort. Be Go(o)d each and everyone.

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Jesus the Second Coming 1945Ad - Rob Beasley

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© 2014 Rob Beasley . All rights reserved.

No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means without the written permission of the author.

Published by AuthorHouse 04/24/2014

ISBN: 978-1-4969-0749-3 (sc)

ISBN: 978-1-4969-0748-6 (hc)

ISBN: 978-1-4969-0747-9 (e)

Library of Congress Control Number: 2014907427

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Scripture quotations marked KJV are from the Holy Bible, King James Version (Authorized Version). First published in 1611. Quoted from the KJV Classic Reference Bible, Copyright © 1983 by The Zondervan Corporation.

The Gospel

According to Thomas

Selection made from James M. Robinson, ed., The Nag Hammadi Library, revised edition. HarperCollins, San Francisco, 1990.

Contents

Dedications

Preface

My Reasons for writing this book

My Goals

Getting to know, not believe, Jesus and why Nostradamus was included

Religions Golden Rule

Introduction

Why bother with this Religious stuff?

Chapter 1—The 5 Great corruptions theory

The Book of Revelation’s Armageddon ended in AD 136.

The 5 Great Corruptions Theory

Chapter 2—The Gospel of Thomas—61 Jesus Sayings and their biblical equivalent

The 61 Sayings

Further reading

Chapter 3—The Jesus Sayings from the Gospel of Thomas not found in the Bible

Further Reading

Appendix 1—The five columns paradigm for better governance

Bibliography

© 2013 by Rob Beasley, book author. The book author retains sole copyright to his or her contributions to this book.

Please consider purchasing the works of authors referenced in this book directly from their sources. Also consider supporting Wikipedia for the good spirited work they do for our global community. This style of book would not be possible without the existence of Wikipedia.

A special thanks to Stephen Patterson and Dr Marvin Meyer (April 16, 1948-August 16, 2012) for their online translation of the Gospel of Thomas. After it’s all said and done, the 114 Jesus sayings are where the true value rests. Whilst Dr Patterson consented to me using the sayings, unfortunately for reasons that aren’t quite clear to me, his publisher Polebridge Press would not grant permission to use the Patterson-Meyer interpretation. So after much effort I have regrettably replaced the Patterson and Meyer sayings with an online copy that doesn’t appear to be copyright protected.

Dealing with copyright in the open domain of the internet is challenging. Not the least being no copyright marks or author contact details. Further this work is done in the public interest and that may outweigh any copyright claims.

If you have a copyright issue please contact the author by e-mail at eartheconomyspirit@live.com

Dedications

To my darling wife, who I love dearly, thank you for your love, patience and understanding.

To our dear children, I hope this book serves you well and takes the edge off some of life’s mysteries.

For those people that I may have confused or had me as confused. This may help make sense of it all. One can only hope.

Preface

All emperors, at the end of the day, are still just ordinary human beings. At the extremes, emperors can fall into two categories.

On one end you can have tyrants, like the infamous pair of short assed egotistical antichrists, Napoleon and Hitler and at the other end of the spectrum, selfless community servants like Nelson Mandela and Ghandi. Their eventual fate is to be either despised or loved and respected for eternity. Their legacies can range from despair and tragedy to hope and inspiration.

But one thing that’s certainly clear, Emperors are not Gods. And in the case of tyrants, nor are they a God’s gift to humanity.

Unfortunately it’s despised emperors that have lied, stolen or cheated their way into leadership far more often than most of us would have preferred. And for that, humanity has been left the poorer. Both literally and spiritually. Time for some justice and compensation, perhaps. And there’s never been a time like the present.

My hope is that this 3 volume series, covering 2500 years of history, will expose the signs that lead to the appointment of tyrants and that in many cases there has been a relation to the religious belief traditions. I’ll also identify repeating patterns of behavioural traits that I think are obvious signs of these people that haven chosen to become the tyrant class.

Let me assure you though, it is not a matter of chance nor is it a God’s will that theses tyrant’s come to power. These appointments are very much the designs of self serving individuals.

But this series is not just an explanation of the true cause of evil in this world. It’s also about the source of true goodness, as well.

If you can persist until you understand the information presented over the series, you may also achieve the elusive true enlightenment that many seek. And this is something that is attainable by almost anyone. Even these emperors if they had a mind too.

The most valuable contribution of the series is here in Volume I.

A chance to know the real Jesus, signs of his true history and most importantly his authentic philosophy. A philosophy rejected by the Holy Roman Empire. A philosophy that requires no magic or future predictions, yet remains, after 2000 years, still an absolute treasure. A simple collection of 114 long lost sayings that may exceed the magnificent works of Plato. You be the judge.

But, a strong word of caution. The more self serving we have been in life the more troubling or confronting our path to true understanding will seem. Something Jesus was keenly aware of.

These long lost sayings when examined in their original order seem to have an embedded ranking, at least the first ten. Something I think further supports the case that these sayings preceded the sayings found in the Biblical Gospels. The first saying offers his prize or the collections purpose, the second holds the sign posts of the journey and a caution. The third the true nature of the fathers kingdom and so on.

Whilst around Sixty one of the sayings are in the Bible, Fifty-three are not. Those fifty three, many never seen before, speak of a personal spiritual understanding. No place for middle men.

The best way to handle the troubled phase is to face up to your reality and responsibilities with courage and integrity. Consideration of those affected by ones bad choices is also important. Justice should be served compassionately. These two very important sayings come into their own.

Jesus said, Love your brother like your soul, guard him like the pupil of your eye.

Gospel of Thomas—Saying 25

Jesus said, You see the mote in your brother’s eye, but you do not see the beam in your own eye. When you cast the beam out of your own eye, then you will see clearly to cast the mote from your brother’s eye.

Gospel of Thomas—Saying 26

The troubles you’ll face are born from the choices you’ve made, naive or otherwise. Simply accept responsibility for your mistakes and make amends. Then life becomes astonishingly simple and you will find true peace [rest] and freedom. This one and only precious lifetime fills up with joy. Seek until you find and know the truth, never ever rely on unknowable beliefs.

Jesus said, Let him who seeks continue seeking until he finds. When he finds, he will become troubled. When he becomes troubled, he will be astonished, and he will rule over the All. [And after they have reigned they will rest [peace].]

Gospel of Thomas—Saying 2

If you are committed to becoming authentically sincere and selfless as part of this process of self discovery, you’ll also earn what Plato identified in all truly good people. The genuine virtues or gifts of the true Gods. Courage, wisdom, temperance, justice and liberty from the fear of death. Otherwise you’ll most likely remain somewhat of a self centred asshole. Now you’d think that would be an easy choice, wouldn’t you?

If enlightenment is all that interests you, jump straight to Chapter 2 where you’ll find these 114 Jesus sayings and my personal interpretation of each.

If you want to understand how Emperors have screwed us over with their belief religions jump to Chapter 1.

Otherwise, and it’s the other sections that include some early thoughts on a truly mysterious man in Nostradamus, you’ll have to wade through the drivel of an amateur writer. But I think you may find a gem or two.

Sinners (that’s you self serving folk that bring harm to others), and you know who you are, or you most certainly will after you’ve read and made sense of this series, show some empathy for your fellow man and confess to your wrong doings. Restore the balance. Refer to my commentary about a delightful Cherokee wisdom that talks about a struggle between two wolves that reside in us all, and consider the characteristics of the evil wolf, if your still uncertain.

Peace it’s in us all. Courage, truth and unity are the things that will serve us best in the challenges to come. We owe it to our children to at least prepare them well. Science and knowledge are our best and truest guides. According to Jesus 2.0, the gift of life only occurs once. Choose to make yours and others a good one.

Jesus said, Look to the living one as long as you live, otherwise you might die and then try to see the living one, and you will be unable to see.

Gospel of Thomas—Saying 59

My Reasons for writing this book

I have always had this sense that religions were bullshit. Even from an early age. More about a hierarchical society than spiritual liberty, in my opinion.

Even though I liked some of the Jesus sayings and saw some real world wisdom in those sayings, I could never come to terms with belief in magic. Angels, devils and miracles were for me, works of fiction. Those unbelievable elements made more sense if I treated them as myths. Similar to the Santa Claus myth.

I used to think of religion as mythical with some reasonable wisdom and largely harmless.

I had no problem with religious folks believing in these fairy stories, so long as they didn’t expect me to front up to worship on my day off. But equally, I also had no idea at the time, how bad an influence religions have really been on our societies either. Much less, that they were corrupt on a massive scale.

I found religious material and history to be the most mind numbing of topics. And, as far as the Bible went, no pictures. That guaranteed that the only interaction with the faith, in my early years, was through the catholic school I attended or the pseudo mandatory Sunday church sessions.

That was my naive relationship with religion growing up. When I left home it wasn’t something I paid much attention to. Right through to midlife.

At least that’s how my relationship with religion used to be.

In 1994, when I was 40 years old, 20% of the Rwandan Nation killed each other over what seemed as short as a single weekend. It was also around that time in life when my own mortality was becoming more of a reality. My peer group and their parents started really dying.

It was then that I decided to try and get a better personal understanding of how our world functions. What caused those Rwandan families to suffer such a tragedy. Why was it an unthinkable event in my own society. Why haven’t we made progress towards living in peace. Why was work still such a major part of the day.

I wanted to work out what the real truth was about this thing called God and human spirituality before I died. It’s a once in a lifetime experience, why couldn’t I know all the answers.

Why so many wars and atrocities; when the majority of folks through history had chosen to follow the same God. God was supposed to be on the good side of the war between himself and the Devil. Why was he, or more correctly some good and innocent people, taking such massive hits. Who is winning this war and why?

Why? Why? Why this? Why that?

Something wasn’t adding up and I wanted to find some answers. And although this may seem impossible, particularly when you talk about belief religions, I think I may have found them. Certainly to my own satisfaction.

In the spirit that God should only relate to all things good, from here on in I will use the form Go(o)d. It’s an idea I got from observant Jews who write God as G_d. Something I still think is a weird idea. At least mine seemed obvious.

Speaking of Go(o)d, the Jewish folks and those why questions. I had some questions that I thought I may never get an answer to. Why did only the Jewish folk become his chosen ones? That had always seemed an odd thing. What about us other folks, all over the world. What did we do wrong? Also, why did Go(o)d always blame the folks who seemed to be innocent on the surface and then give huge support for warring folks like emperors.

He did. Let me show you.

ISAIAH 1—the very first thing he is supposed to have said to Isaiah, an alleged biblical Prophet concerned the Jewish people.

1 The vision concerning Judah and Jerusalem that Isaiah son of Amoz saw during the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah, kings of Judah.

A Rebellious Nation

2 Hear, O heavens! Listen, O earth! For the LORD has spoken: "I reared children and brought them up, but they have rebelled against me.

Really Go(o)d, Really… And here’s me thinking those Jewish folks were simply gentle shepherds tending there sheep and the empire minded Barbarians that surrounded these shepherds were the problem. You just can’t pick ’em can you Lord.

And that Cyrus, he’s such a sweat heart. Wouldn’t hurt a fly, good old Cyrus and his Magic Chariot. Three times he is praised. Isaiah 44:28, 45:1 and 45:13.

I will raise up Cyrus in my righteousness: I will make all his ways straight. He will rebuild my city and set my exiles free, but not for a price or reward, says the LORD Almighty."

Isaiah 45:13 (Bible)

In the course of my enquiry, I stumbled across the Gospel of Thomas. It’s a collection of 114 long lost Jesus Sayings dug up

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