My theory on Jesus: Discussion Forum: General Paranormal Discussions: My theory on Jesus:
By Brian on Friday, December 21, 2001 - 12:32 pm:

ok, i am no christian but i do beleive there was a jesus. i dont beleive he was a son of a god or whatever, but i think that he had highly powerful psychic abilities.

tell me what you think. and i swear, if you jesus freaks start posting "the father will send you to hell unless you redeam your ways" i will go out and slaughter every one of you. thank you.

By Stuart on Thursday, January 31, 2002 - 04:51 pm:

yeah, that's what I've always thought too, but I kinda thought it was sorta stupid so I just kept it to myself...

By Brian on Friday, February 1, 2002 - 04:53 pm:

nah, i don't think so. ESP probably wasnt so developed back then, so it was some kind of miracle when it happened.

By Leigh on Friday, April 12, 2002 - 06:36 pm:

i do beleive that jesus was the son of god, that i do beleive. um, and i do think that he had amazing phychic abilities too- i guess i kinda think what i think, - well, you asked, so, there it is.. luv

By Shamrukus on Thursday, April 25, 2002 - 12:32 am:

Jesus was a man of great eloquency, He was able to
show a light of social goodness in a very dark
time. Him being killed for a harmless statement
(being the seed of God) made it so much more
powerful. The New Testament was not written until
sixty to one hundred years after his death. The
fact that it was all written in retrospect has to
be taken into consideration. I feel his well
recorded life and turbulent times gives people the
freedom to think whatever they want. That is the
power of Jesus

By Devshb on Saturday, April 27, 2002 - 08:45 pm:

I don't think there's any doubt in the eyes of historians that Jesus was a real man who actually did exist.

As for whether he was the son of god, or just an early well-meaning conjuror with ideas ahead of his time, I guess that's purely a matter of faith.

There is now new scientific proof that the Gospels were actually written no later than 20 years after Jesus' death, and all indications show that they were written from first-hand witnesses. (a tiny portion of another dead-sea-scroll has been found which helps to validate the date, along with various other aspects). As for the rest of the new testament, that was probably written well after that date by subsequent generations/followers.

By XLCR on Wednesday, June 5, 2002 - 12:14 pm:

I'm with you Brian, Jesus was no more the son of God than I am the daughter. He was a spiritually advanced human being with an open heart chakra which allowed him to care deeply for all of humanity and spread word of God's love for us. They say the Halo that is often depicted in paintings done of him is a representation of what aura seers saw surrounding his head (and body) a golden aura indicating the reception of knowledge from a higher plane. The fact of the matter is in Jesus's day they were more aware of and excepting of psychic abilities (Christ's healing powers were another indication of his spiritual awareness/advancment). My personal opinion is that Christ knew his life and subsequent death was ment to send us into a period of darkness in which we would lose awareness of our true connection to the God Source. This period of darkness has been our souls test which eventually we will "awaken" from to realize our true "Godliness"

By A26 on Friday, September 12, 2003 - 10:58 am:

I also believe Jezus actually lived. I think he was a very gifted man, very intelligent for that time. I think he was trying to get people to a 'higher level of being', making them use their brain more. And he probably used his gifts to try to convince people. And then, the-powers-that-were felt threatened and killed him. But was he the son of God? I don't know. It could be that Jezus has been inspired by a higher being.

By Mom on Thursday, October 2, 2003 - 04:32 pm:

Yes Jesus Christ is the son of God.He stated he was the same as God " if thou hast seen me ,thou hast seen the Father also" The reason he controlled the paranormal openly was to prove he had control over all things.So he did miracles to prove his authority.And yes his purpose for coming as a human was to die for our sins in place of us.And yes he loves you just the way you are Brian.He did awaken your curiousity about him

By Wanda on Wednesday, October 15, 2003 - 03:50 pm:

Jesus was and still is the son of God. He does have powers beyond this human plane. We can have these same gifts as we grow closer to him in spirit. Yay, Brian has opened up!

By Historian 1700 on Sunday, October 26, 2003 - 06:00 pm:

A general statement about information on history:

How much of the bible do you think has been mis-translated, or how many books inside of it are just handed down bedtime stories for children? Here's a little clue for you... the word "virgin" in their time meant "whore".
Seeing as how prostitution was the most common and most successful profession during the time (according to most books and documents of the age), nearly all of the women of the time would have been virgins. How is Mary so different being a virgin than the rest of them?
As for the ESP post, ESP was more defined at the time, perhaps ancients such as select Greeks, Romans or Egyptians noticed it. What force built the pyramids? (Egyptology suggests that all egyptians were free during the dynasty in which they were built).
Since religions were formed or developed, we've become less and less aware of our abilities, being so dependant upon an external force and bedtime stories that we've betrayed and eventually corrupted our own minds physically and mentally. Probably thinking we wouldn't need it if we had something more, something greater and more beneficial in our lives. Thinking about what happens after life is complete, people turned more into the religious aspect - thinking we'd walk into golden gates or pits of fire depending on what we've done here on this microscopic piece of matter in the universe. I am a person that relies more upon chance than result.
If it's any consulation, Jesus did walk upon the earth at one point in time. It is he who turned time. Why? Brain-washed people chose it to be that way. After all, time was only created in the mid to late 1800's.
Jesus was knowledgeable about his abilities. I've learned that he was also telekinetic and kind of "crazy" while studying. Out of 100 people, how many could he heal? Answer: possibly 3 or 4 granted magnetism and other means of forgotten practices were the remedy to their problem or illness. In todays society, a person with Jesus' ability would either be placed in a mental institute, scientific institute for study, or simply not taken seriously. EVERYONE would think they were crazy, a scientific marvel, or good only for entertainment. If not this, they would use this to make people pass out on Sunday morning TV to encourage their religion, or some other way to get rich, like Hudini shows. The practice he performed was a "miracle" to those who hadn't seen it done before. Also, his birth place was in a mountains base, not in a manger ;)

By Anonymous on Sunday, October 26, 2003 - 06:09 pm:

20 - 100 year segments of B.S.

By Science of this age on Friday, October 31, 2003 - 10:49 pm:

Thinking about how advanced our civilization is, it's hard to think of people outside of striving for some sense of external, seeming beneficial, being. People seem to have lost will in themselves around 900 A.D. when everything about the telekinetic and psychotic person named Jesus lived and became a "bedtime story". It is true that much of the bible is mis-translated, and it is true that death is inevitable after life as of this time. It is people that observe others with minds of science who know detail, thinking they are sick-minded, when terrifyingly it is those outside the knowledge of the matter who need advice.
It is a universal question, but how people can think of reason to believe in someone or something that shows no signs that there is a reason to believe in them? It is a mystifying concept.
The answer to this is relatively simple in a lot of the minds of those who would read this and post comments upon it. One would simply need faith. When they pass on, who will they be famed to tell, or will it easily be the answer of needing faith of a different sense? Faith in hoping something will occur is one thing. Faith in hoping some god will appear to us or show us the way after we die - is dead. People already believe in many different gods, which is the right one? Some cultures have hundreds and thousands of gods. There is no "one" god in that. I was once asked: "How is one religion different from another?" I then answered in a way I've never answered a question. I replied with a question: "What religion?"
There's so much controversy and denial in the lives of man, seeming to spread and take hold of the majority of common people. It is easily astonishing that religion takes hold of voters when candidates who run for any office announce their religion to the public. General people tend to follow a group. Eventually and unfortunately, this has spread over the generations. People follow those they look up to or turn to their friends for help when it's needed. How many "prayers" are followed with answers, and if they are, so-called answered, what are the chances of this being luck or the will of the person or group being prayed for?
There has always been the controversy of "Who is behind the life of man, woman and child." We are but a minority on this planet. Granted, we are a dominating species, we have no one beyond what we can see that can help. Not all of the world can even agree on one language, so how can we agree on this one guy named Jesus, or even this unseen guy named God? Point being, there is no one behind prayer besides ourselves, if we find it within to locate the call from others.

By Mom on Saturday, November 1, 2003 - 03:00 pm:

This is in reference to history 1700,I don't want any one to mistake him for a real educated person.I don't where he gets his ideas about the ancient misuse of the word virgin,I am well read and it is bizarre.Pharoahs did use their own people to build. This is common knowledge now. They would spend x amount of months in service of their pharoah and x amount of months in their regular lives. Houdini presented himself as an illusionist.And he hasn't read the bible at all.The bible is a collection of mostly histories not bedtime stories.

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