Talmud of Jmmanuel: The great extraterrestrial synthesizer
Pleiadian contactee, Billy Meier, has written several books including The Goblet of Truth and The OM Book, but his seminal contribution to humanity might be the discovery of the original, Aramaic, Talmud of Jmmanuel [pdf] (hereafter referred to as TJ), along with priest, Isa Rashid, in 1963 near the Old Tomb outside Jerusalem. The book which, according to research professor emeritus, Jim Deardorff, has significant parallels to the Book of Matthew and the Book of Isaiah, has since become a source of controversy and, unfortunately, Isa Rashid suffered the loss of his life after performing the translation into German. Now, only the German translation and subsequent English translation remain.
Nonetheless, TJ has important implications for our current extraterrestrial quagmire of relentless disinformation. This is because it reforms our understanding of Immanuel, spelled with a “J” throughout the Talmud in conformity to Aramaic custom, so that the quote in the Book of Isaiah, “Behold, a young woman shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel,” can be grounded in the fatherhood of a being whom the TJ refers to as a “celestial son of God.”
“Behold, a virgin will be impregnated by a celestial son before she is married to a man before the people.” (Paragraph 86)
Here, the TJ both reaffirms and strengthens (in my view) the position of the believer by giving the reader a clearer understanding of what is meant by God in the Old Testament.
“They will name the fruit of her womb Jmmanuel, which translated means the one with godly knowledge, as a symbol and honor to God. Through God’s power and providential care the Earth was made to bear intelligent human life when the celestial sons, the travelers from the far reaches of the universe, mated with the women of Earth.” (Ch. 2, Paragraph 87)
Just to be clear, the TJ bolsters its contention:
“Behold, God and his followers came far from the depths of space, where they delivered themselves from a strong bondage, and created here a new human race and home with the early women of this Earth.” (Ch. 2, Paragraph 88)
In the TJ, John the Baptist makes a prophetic utterance against the “brood of vipers,” by which I have inferred that he refers to either the reptilian-like behavior of the Pharisees or to a literal reptilian presence inhabiting both the Earth and humans.
“You brood of vipers, in two times a thousand years, you and your followers, who pursue false teachings out of your own arrogance in your greed for power and fortune, shall be vanquished and, on account of your lies, punished.” (Ch. 3, paragraph, 16)
To be sure, the TJ also situates the fulfillment of the prophecy of the judgment to occur following a time in which,
“humankind builds singing lights and chariots of fire, with which they can escape into the cosmos, as is done by God and his followers, the celestial sons.” (Ch. 3, Paragraph, 19)
Following John’s baptism of Jmmanuel, a UFO swoops from above.
“When Jmmanuel was baptized, he soon came out of the water of the Jordan, and behold, a metallic light fell from the sky and rushed over the Jordan. Consequently, they all fell on their faces and pressed them into the sand while a voice from the metallic light spoke, this is my beloved son with whom I am well pleased. He will be the king of truth, through which terrestrial humans shall rise as wise ones.” (Ch. 3, Paragraphs 30-32)
From here, TJ portrays Jmmanuel being taken up in the “singing, metallic, light” to the realm of the angels, where he was taught about “the immortality of the spirit through rebirth” (Ch. 4, Paragraph 9). This is where TJ can bring together Hinduism and Buddhism from the East and synthetically blend the doctrine with the West’s paradoxical, paradisaical view of the afterlife.
Additionally, the TJ describes celestial portals through which “guardian angels,” perhaps referring to extraterrestrial or extra-dimensional beings, pass through wormholes in order to navigate to specific geographic points.
Ultimately, Jmmanuel is able to see God, though the TJ uses the lowercase, as we are referring to the creator of “white and colored terrestrial lineages,” but not to what the TJ refers to as the Creation. In this view, the Creation stands above god, as god stands above the terrestrial lineages of Earth.
“Except for god there is nothing of comparable form worthy of veneration. Over him and his celestial sons reigns only the omnipotence of all creation: Creation itself, which should be revered. Behold, therefore, over the Earth reigns god, the master of the celestial sons and the people of the white and colored terrestrial lineages.” (Ch. 1, Paragraph 92)
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