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  • Paperback: 180 pages
  • Publisher: Bridger House Publishers (June 15, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1893157121
  • ISBN-13: 978-1893157125
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #476,883 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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52 of 58 people found the following review helpful By A. Mutimer on June 9, 2007
Format: Paperback
Man alive, how on earth do you review this book? In order that those of who are not serious about finding the truth should be able to avoid reading the rest of this rather long review, I will start with some totally indigestible facts:-

(i) it purports to be the fundamental gospel from which the one's we know derive
(ii) it was discovered in Israel, by Billy Meier, the UFO contactee, with alien assistance
(iii) it says that God was in a fact a "god", a human alien
(iv) that the man known to us as Jesus did not die on the cross but survived and married, and had children, and traveled the world

There - totally turned off? Ready to throw this piece of patently idiotic nonsense in the bin? Then go ahead, the book is not there to persuade, and it will not persuade, I repeat it will not persuade. Rather, the book is there for the furtherance of the enquiries of anyone who is in a place in their lives where they can use it. So who will be able to use it? I suggest people who are trying to understand these several things:-

(i) Why is the God of the old testament such a SOB? If you are a true seeker you have already heard all the reasons Christians give for this, but is it not the case for you that it does not quite wash? After all the careful reasoning are you still not left with the feeling that God really was a capricious, partisan, jealous, despotic, egotistical bastard? In this connection, those of you who are rusty, I would say there is a great deal to be gained by reading the Old Testament again, without fear or favor, and seeing afresh just how bad "God" was. Ask yourself, "if my Dad had done that would I think he had done right?" See if, after you list it all down, you can still buy all the excuses put forward by Christians.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Bores on March 26, 2006
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This is a book that must have a place in your library. This is a rare book that slowly made its way to the US. I got my version years ago from a guy selling it in India.
At the beginning of the book, it tells of how this massive collection of scriptures were found where Jesus was supposedly to be buried. Which would make these More Valuable than the Nag Hammadi Scriptures.
But sadly this book is only one third of its full version. Why? Because Christians were so threatened by this book, that they set fire to the tent that this book was resting in. Fortunately, a third of the text had already been transcribed and sent off to England for study. It makes me so mad that a religion that preaches love and humbling yourself can house so much hate and resentment to any new text that could threaten their level of security in a religion. So sadly this is what is left of this amazing find.
But onto the book, this is a treasure trove of interesting stories that even clear up the ones that are vaguely and poorly represented in the 4 synaptic gospels. Jesus has never sounds so intelligent in these pages. It almost seems like the Jesus in the Holy Bible was somewhat dumbed down in order to appeal to the masses. Something that either Paul or Constantine could be blamed for.
This gospel even clarifies on what happened when Jesus went out into the wilderness and fasted for 40 days and night. Just as with the Buddha sitting under the Boddi Tree, worlds began to open up in front of him and the knowledge of the universe poured from out of these realms.
Finally we get a gospel, worthy of calling a gospel. Unedited by time, priests, governments, and the like. This is finally a Jesus I can relate to. Do not pass up this book. This is a rare gem and it should be sitting beside your Nag Hammadi Scriptures, The Jesus Sutra's, and the Nicolas Notovich's: Jesus in India book.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By southpaw68 VINE VOICE on May 26, 2007
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Billy Meier presents us with the Talmud of Jmmanuel, which is allegedly the true gospel story before it was distorted by Christians and Jews. This document was found fairly recently in Jmmanuel's actual burial cave. Meier himself has been in contact with extraterrestrials from the Pleiades for years. He is in the center of one of the more interesting alien contact stories presented in books like Light Years. The book doesn't really have anything good to say about the followers of the distorted doctrines of Christianity, Judaism, or Islam. Distortion of once true teachings always leads to evil. Jmmanuel, otherwise known as Jesus, makes prophecies that the followers of these faiths will shed a lot of blood and bring a lot of evil and suffering into the world. He especially comes down hard on Jews.

Jmmanuel urges us to live by the laws of creation, which he never really spells out. Unfortunately, we do not have the whole document, so the information may be missing. He does lay down very strict laws regulating sexuality. He claims to be the son of the Angel Gabriel, not the son of God, and that he gets his wisdom from highly evolved beings from outer space. Regarding sexuality, he forbids anyone to participate in adultery, co-habitation, male homosexuality, prostitution, fornication, bestiality, child sexual abuse, and incest. Rape, violence, marrying a guilty divorced person, or divorcing for frivolous reasons are forbidden. The punishments for these things are harsh: sterilization, castration, banishment, and sometimes imprisonment and execution. If the laws of nature are not followed and enforced with these punishments, corruption, chaos, wars, and suffering increase. The guilty should not go unpunished to be able to go around and corrupt others.
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