The Crucifixion Ruse
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New evidence has been collected regarding the real historical Jesus and the crucifixion drama. This evidence changes everything we thought we knew about that event. Using remote-viewing methodologies derived from those developed by the United States military and used for espionage purposes, we now have a more complete picture of what apparently actually happened 2,000 years ago. Courtney Brown, Ph.D., the leading scholar in the field of remote viewing involving such procedures, explains how these new data, collected under controlled experimental conditions, indicate that someone else was crucified instead of Jesus. Moreover, Jesus took part in the ruse, a risky plan that made Jesus into a martyr, allowing his teachings to spread across the millennia. Judas was a primary conspirator, and he acted to save, not betray Jesus. Importantly, this new evidence does not diminish Jesus or his legacy. He had no choice but to allow the crucifixion event to occur as it did. Now, the new evidence allows us finally to understand his teachings, something that was not possible in Jesus’s day. Jesus undoubtedly knew that the truth would one day come out, once we matured as a civilization. That day is today. This is the most positive and inspiring new interpretation of Christian thought ever. Look at the data yourself, learn about the methodologies used to collect them, and then decide for yourself.
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Dr. Brown does an excellent job of explaining the basics of remote viewing without boring the audience with all the details. For someone new to the phenomenon of remote viewing this video will seem strange, confusing and intimidating, but Dr. Brown makes pointed references to his book and his web site so anyone who wants to know can find out. Some of the language he uses can be confusing so I found myself rewinding the DVD multiple times for clarification. You probably will too.
He discovers new and profound evidence of what occurred during the crucifixion which no one has had access to before (besides the account of the crucifixion written about in the Seth books by Jane Roberts). His interpretations and conclusions of this new information about the crucifixion are equally profound as well. Near the end of the video this leads Dr. Brown to make profound statements about the nature of reality that are based on scientific principles from physics and quantum mechanics. These are subjects which most people are probably not familiar with, but I think he does a decent job of simplifying these concepts. You may want to review the video several times before you can grasp what he is talking about.
In spite of the overall positive impression I have of the video I do have some criticisms. I think the account of the crucifixion presented by Dr. Brown relies heavily on his own interpretation of the remote viewing data (as he explains in the beginning of the video), than on the data itself. Daz's impressions of what he remote viewed, though compelling actually seem sort of vague. When I listened to Daz recount his feelings and impressions of the data I kept asking myself is he really talking about Jesus, Judas and the crucifixion? In other words, he could have been talking about some other person or historical event. Daz never said definitively that he was remote viewing Jesus, Judas and the crucifixion so it left me with some doubt about the claims Dr. Brown made. This may have been on purpose, because ideally the remote viewer is not supposed to have any knowledge of the 'targets' (in this case Jesus, Judas and crucifixion) in order to satisfy the requirement that the experiment be conducted under blind conditions. In other words, if Daz had said in the video that he thought he was remote viewing the crucifixion it might have seemed like he had knowledge of this prior to doing the remote viewing. Such prior knowledge on Daz's part would have violated the blind conditions of the experiment which would have contaminated the results. Some of the basics of remote viewing such as this are explained on Dr. Brown's web site for the Far Sight Institute (which is a very interesting web site in its own right).
My other criticism is that this experiment was not done with other remote viewers. If this experiment had been conducted under the same conditions with different remote viewers and the results from each experiment had been consistent, the evidence for the new account of the crucifixion would have been stronger. This would have made Dr. Brown's claims more believable. Also, we have no physical evidence (as of yet) for this new account of the crucifixion so will remain speculative as Dr. Brown says until physical (or other corroborating evidence) is presented.
My last point is more of an observation than a criticism. I believe many Christians will reject the ideas in this video since the Bible is the word of God according to the Christian faith. Therefore, any information that does not come from the Bible is not the word of God and will not have the same meaning for Christians. The virgin birth, the crucifixion and the resurrection are all foundations for the Christian faith and without these foundations there may be no basis for Christianity. I don't see many Christians entertaining the ideas in the video, because they differ from what is written in the Bible. But it would be interesting to see what we would find if we were to remote view the virgin birth and the resurrection so we can compare it with what we know from the Bible. It would also be interesting to investigate the Bible itself with remote viewing (who wrote it, how accurate is it compared with historical reality, etc.)
I was originally going to give the video three stars, but upon watching the video a second time (a few months later) I came away with a better impression of the ideas and evidence presented by Dr. Brown. All in all this was a very intriguing video. I would like to see how the ideas in it develop over time and what new discoveries we will make in the future.
I could go on but I won't. The bottom line is that this DVD challenges people's minds. If nothing else, whether you believe it or not, it is definately food for thought.
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that the human/divine Jesus would have participated in such conspiracy.