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And they called his name Immanuel

I am Sananda

Team of authors of the Phoenix-Journals
Religion & Spiritualität

What has long remained ignored and ostracized is now available by this freshly designed and made-up book: This Phoenix-Journal #2 contains the unfiltered and uncensored testimonies on dramatic occurrences in a land we know as Israel and a time of 2000 years in the past. It’s a lecture which is staggering and touching at the same time – and may be regarded as absolutely controversial to clerical doctrine. It was under utmost difficult circumstances that this script has successfully made it into the public. Jesus Jmmanuel recited from the introduction:
“The document to follow is translated from scrolls which were brought forth in thy year 1963 by a Catholic priest of Greek heritage. The writings were recorded, mostly at my side. The scrolls were preserved as well as were possible at that time and hidden beneath flat stones within the tomb in which I was placed. ... This translation proves without any doubt that the false teachings of the doctrine cult religions are completely without truth and that they are the irresponsible machinations of creatures without scruples who were partially hired by the 'Holy Chair'”.
Merely through this statement Jesus Sananda already demonstrates that he has nothing in common with the distorted images of a “milksop-softie” presented to us so often by the church. As the book reveals He did not to come forth “to bring peace, but rather to bring the sword of truth and knowledge of the power of the spirit which dwells within man”.
The content of this book offers clarity on what he has taught and exemplified through his own life, why his name was changed into “Jesus”, who were his teachers and why he took upon himself the path of crucifixion – who truly were the traitors – and many prophetic details in regard of his promise to return to us again.
All is offered through words of great power and wisdom. Readers who are ready to wholeheartedly dive into the spiritual deepness of these writings will be gifted by the intense experience of insight.