Remote Viewing Jesus Christ
Angels, Gods, and Demons Part I
Jesus also referred to as Jesus of Nazareth or Jesus Christ, was "a first-century Jewish preacher and religious leader. He is the central figure of Christianity, the world's largest religion. Most Christians believe he is the incarnation of God the Son and the awaited messiah (the Christ), prophesied in the Old Testament.
Virtually all modern scholars of antiquity agree that Jesus existed historically, although the quest for the historical Jesus has yielded some uncertainty on the historical reliability of the Gospels and on how closely the Jesus portrayed in the Bible reflects the historical Jesus, as the only records of Jesus' life are contained in the Gospels". -Wikipedia
This is the first of a three part project whose intention is to look at the history regarding religious figures (namely presumed gods, angels or other figures) in order to discern fact from fiction and possibly gain a further perspective with respect to the ancient record. The three major targets that came into focus were: Jesus, Lucifer and Archangel Gabriel. The protocols were all blind and solo.
Those participating in the full project were: Charlie Peralta, D.R., Henrietta Hajdu, Jemma Warner, John Adams, Malgorzata Abbott, Patrick Flannigan, Robert Ratliff and Todd Ronan.
There were no assumptions made about the targets and were simply labeled: Who was Jesus Christ? Who/What was perceived as Archangel Gabriel? And Remote View Lucifer, etc. (there was some additional cueing and blind re-tasking for a couple of the sessions).
There is no bias toward one interpretation of Jesus over the other. This is neither an anti-religious nor pro-religious project. With regards to Jesus Christ, we compare four competing theories while looking at the accumulated remote viewing data. These are the following: the biblical-only perspective, the conventional-only perspective, the extraterrestrial perspective, and the "mushroom explanation". There is no final conclusion, however the emphasis does lean toward one direction over another with some sort of extraterrestrial connection at least found within the data.
Below is a chart showing how the data lined up from four remote viewers, which were Charlie Peralta, Jemma Warner, Robert Ratliff and Todd Ronan.
The weighting is based upon the most recurring theme prominent within the sessions. For instance, a strong prominence is given a 1.0 per session, and a weak one given a 0.5. What affects the weighting is also the degree to which the information actually adds to the theory. The details in the for column do not necessarily contradict the other theories because they are background information, although they may. The data seen in the against column tends to detract from the given theory based on descriptions in the sessions. The neutral column shows details that neither advance nor detract from any particular theory and may be equally relevant, although not in equal ways.
Given the prominence of details, such as flying, motion, high technology, craft and debris, the extraterrestrial theory is given the highest rating. The extraterrestrial theory I put forth is the following and just a loose theory for consideration in following the data to its logical conclusion. In the milieu of ancient hierarchical civilizations amidst war, slavery and sacrifice, one common theme is generally being revealed, a pattern in different remote viewing sessions that seem to indicate, as difficult as it may be to fathom, that what have been perceived as gods, as well as angels and demons, are perhaps nothing more than visitors to the planet from afar or from extra-dimensions. This is not a final verdict one way or the other: "I'm not saying it's aliens...but it's aliens", as the meme goes (or as seen in Todd's actual session!).
These gods, from the older Egyptian to the Greek and Hebrew periods, including Ra, Amun, Thoth, Baal, El, Yahweh, Zeus, etc. tend to be gods of wrath and vengeance and demand worship unto themselves with terrible consequences otherwise. They seem to advance war and require sacrifice, rewarding the priest and royalty classes for their devotion and subservience. These gods tend to be represented as a serpent, the brotherhood of the serpent, some bearing humanized features, and so on.
In doing research for this project, I found that one competing notion depicts Jesus as a Cosmic Master: the term “Cosmic Master” is used to describe advanced beings from other planets, who are also sometimes referred to as the “Gods from Space.”
From the website referenced directly above:
"The Master Jesus is not the one and only Son of God, but a Cosmic Master from a higher material plane of the planet Venus [edit: for what it's worth, "Venus/Venetian" showed up in Jemma's session] , who, some 2000 years ago chose to be born among us in an Earth body to be of assistance to suffering humanity at that time.
Although this may sound extraordinary, it is in fact a far more rational explanation of the true nature of this great being than is the orthodox religious view, which has been accepted by millions around the world for hundreds of years. It is interesting to note that the interplanetary origin of the Master Jesus is referred to in the Book of Revelation 22:16 as follows: “I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and Morning Star.” The bright and Morning Star is, of course, Venus. Also in the Bible, in Matthew 2:9-11, is the fascinating account of the Star of Bethlehem – which is a spectacular so-called “UFO” sighting; stars cannot lead men to a stable and then hover over it – spacecraft can":
And, lo, the Star, which they saw in the east, went before them, till it came and stood over where the young child was. When they saw the Star, they rejoiced exceedingly with great joy. And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary, his mother, and fell down, and worshipped him.
To test the absurdity threshold further, in the research I additionally came across the 1968 book the Bible and Flying saucers, in which author Barry Downing puts forth the argument that such things as healing the sick, making the blind see, raising the dead and the parting of the seas make more sense in the context of the extraterrestrial phenomenon. He even goes so far as to offer that Jesus could have been artificially inseminated and this possibly even resulted in an alien hybrid!
And I looked, and, behold, a whirlwind came out of the north, a great cloud, and a fire infolding itself, and a brightness was about it, and out of the midst thereof as the colour of amber, out of the midst of the fire.
The bible, like any older written work collected and edited over a vast time period is incomplete and likely riddled with distortions and varying amounts of bias and interpretation. So it is not surprising that we see such descriptors as mistaken identity, distortion, twisted, only part of the picture, not a full picture, misunderstood, too black and white, etc.
Finally, the Mushroom Explanation purports that Jesus was a mushroom, or to be more precise, the Fly Agaric, or Amanita Muscaria Mushroom (which I have tried in the past but which had no effect). This idea was put forth in a 1970 book called the Sacred Mushroom and the Cross, by John M. Allegro.
According to Allegro’s interpretation, Jesus was no bearded miracle man. Instead, he was a fly agaric mushroom.
The fly agaric — scientific name Amanita muscaria if you’re nasty — has long been one of nature’s most potent hallucinogens. Found throughout the Northern Hemisphere, it delivers a powerful punch of muscimol, a psychoactive chemical that causes visual and auditory hallucinations. What’s interesting about the fly agaric compared to other hallucinogens is how it synchronizes the brain’s electrical activity, instead of disrupting it. This can create a feeling of certainty and clarity very similar to a religious experience.
Allegro used etymology to tease out hidden meanings in the Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls. For example, he speculated that the word “Christian” comes from a Sumerian root word meaning “smeared with semen.” The mushroom cults of ancient times were ribald, sexual affairs, and Allegro’s book tells a story of how the cults were sanitized, over centuries, into the religion we now know.
If you look closely at his logic, Allegro doesn’t seem quite that crazy. The Catholic ritual of the Eucharist, in which you consume “the body of Christ” to become closer to God? Certainly could have come from consuming a small piece of mushroom to induce hallucinations. And, in fact, he argues that the fresco at Plaincourault Chapel in France depicts exactly that."
Unfortunately, we don't find a whole lot of evidence for it in these sessions, but a few interesting bits emerge that may or may not at all be related, which would include the psychedelic qualities and effects (but that is all).
It is interesting to note the craft and other details showing up in Charlie's, Jemma's, and Todd's sessions. In Robert's informal session, we are teased with the notion of some microscopic reality taking place (is this entirely metaphor occurring here, something literal perhaps involving bio-technology or just noise?) which somehow expresses the notion that a black and white explanation is too simple and myopia. He also expresses the interplay between predator and prey and references Vlad the Impaler.
What to make of all the information? Judge for yourself and review the sessions below: