Johm the Baptist


< Embodiment 1 > Now it is time for re-immersion into the humanness. But, when you re-immerse, it is different. It is new. It is balanced, and it is safe. It is a safe energy. It comes with a new understanding of the light and the dark. It comes with a full embodiment. It is much like a baptism. You see… after Yeshua went out into the desert, he came back to the river Jordan where John the Baptist was performing his baptisms, and he allowed this baptism to take place, not to wash away the sins, quite the contrary. And, he did talk to John afterwards and explained that it wasn't about washing away the sins or washing away the evils. It was about the re-immersion of himself into the human body, into the physical plane, the full embodiment of Spirit into humanity.

< e2012 8 > Here's another one I just happened to be taking a walk with the other day – St. John the Baptist. Crazy man. (laughter) He was a lunatic! Another good example of a multiple personality; one minute screaming and yelling to get the demons out of people, pushing their heads under water. He used to drown people. It wasn't baptism! It was called murder! (laughter) Later they change it and said he was baptizing. It's like, “No, he's trying to kill the bastard!”

And the next minute very pious, reverent, asking God for forgiveness. Well, I would have too if I had done all that bad stuff. Down on his knees. He was a mad man! His hair was a mess. His beard – filled with food from years ago. He didn't bathe himself. He and Buddha would have never gotten along. (laughter) They would have had a hard time together.