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Date Posted: 10:22
Author: Hendrik - 25 Nov 2001
Subject: Re: Messages from Christ
In reply to: Thomas Mark - 25 Nov 2001 's message, "Re: Messages from Christ" on 10:21

The impression never escapes me that Jesus and Babaji may both be mythological figures rather than human beings made of flesh. Did Jesus and Babaji ever exist at all as physical beings? We have only a handful of spurious documents to attest the existence of the first one and his nature, and a handful of probably visionary reports of the existence of the latter. But in case they did not live then, they will not share company in the Himalayas now.

Also, traditional belief is that Jesus resurrected his body and then 'ascended to heaven'. Why should he come back, and in what form of body?

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