The lost gospel of Thomas: www.marquette.edu/maqom/Gospel%20of%20Thomas%20Lambdin.pdf
Source: Gregg Braden – www.greggbraden.com/
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The Lost Forbidden Gnostic Teachings of Jesus
An ancient Christian tomb was discovered in 1945 when workers in Egypt found 13 leather-bound manuscripts, which revealed more information about the sect of Christians called “Gnostics,” meaning they teach salvation through mystical knowledge.
This sect was ultimately destroyed by the Roman orthodox church. Their followers were burned at the stake and their writings were destroyed.
In the year 325 AD, we lost tremendous amounts of information. The emperor Constantine, in the early Christian church, with the early Christian Bible made decisions on what information to include, and what information to exclude.
What we know now is that at least 45 books were either completely taken away or tremendously edited, into what we call today our western biblical tradition.
When those edits were made we lost the information that tells us everything is connected.
Although the modern bible has been greatly disfigured, it is nevertheless infused with the ancient secret doctrine.
One of these manuscripts contains the Gospel of Thomas. The Gospel of Thomas has been eliminated from the Bible, because it represents a very different kind of Jesus.
The lost gospel of Thomas is powerful because it is believed to be the actual words of Jesus, as he was teaching those around him how to use the power of human emotion in their life, and if the indigenous people knew it, and if the ancient people knew it, then why don’t we know it?
What happened to our knowledge?
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