The immortal personality who lived the life we know as Jesus, along with his students and friends, describes with clarity and love his life and teaching on Earth two thousand years ago. These beings lovingly offer their experiences of the events that happened then and of Jesus' time-traveling adventures, especially to other planets and to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, which he called the time of the machines—the time of troubles.
So heartwarming and interesting you won't want to put it down.
I am the core being who was known as Yesua . . . let's say Jesus, for simplicity's sake. I am a friend of Qua, (see Appendix) whom you have heard from recently and who has more to say in the future.
I'd like to say to the one, greetings. I am well, and I know you are also, beyond your current trials and tribulations. I salute you for your efforts to improve and broaden the spectrum of mankind and to change history onto a more educational and benevolent path.
It is a challenge to change the course of history, because nothing is easy. When history is fixed—when one can predict the future with authority — then it is possible to engage and maintain stability, yet it is also likely that growth will be minimized. Since it is the intention of the Explorer Race experiment to maximize growth in stages for all life, it is my intention to explain my small part in it.
You have noticed sometimes how difficult it is to change a core behavior of your own and, of course, how difficult it is to change the way things are done — countries, societies and so on. And yet the effort is so worth it, as you say. The capacity to change and to become comfortable with flexibility has been greatly expanded by your work to date. It will not get easier in the near future, but in the longer range it will. In terms of your years, you will notice that it won't get any harder, and that is helpful. It will maintain its current level of challenge for at least another seven years, then the burden will be gradually removed.
What will happen is precisely this: Even though the expansion caused by the Explorer Race is in the future, the effort or work involved in changing the tide of future history will be gradually picked up by other beings in Love's Creation and beyond. For a long time beings have waited to see if you could really do this on your own. Because you have managed to maintain the gradual, yet increasing energy for change and growth, you have won many beings over, and they have instituted a plan to gradually begin to support your work toward change. You won't feel what they're doing for about seven years, but they have begun.
In about seven years you will feel that what you do for yourself and others has become easier. Then it will get easier from that point on. It doesn't mean it will suddenly become simple overnight, but you won't feel like you're pushing a heavy box upstairs anymore. You'll feel that the hill you're pushing the box up has flattened out somewhat and that there are other hands pushing. You'll still have to push, but not so hard. And within five years after that, you'll feel like you're pushing on a flat surface and with many hands; you can even rest sometimes.
I wanted to tell you this because those of you who've been reading these books one after the other have noticed the accumulation of the wisdom, of the stories, really of the broad spectrum of what all human beings are doing, and I feel it is time for some encouragement and support. That's why I want to give it to you in this introduction.
In this book I will make an effort to speak of who I really am, where I'm from, what I'm doing now, why I went to Earth, what I hope to accomplish, what I really did accomplish and perhaps other things. I want to try to explain why things happened, why people did this or that during my lifetime. I will try to fill in details. The reason I won't try to explain their motivation is that if it is necessary and considered useful, they might be able to contribute on their own. This would allow greater understanding not only of the motivation of these beings, but of who they are now and in their totality, which might be interesting. As a result, we can get a more complete picture.
You know, most of you have had previous lives. There are a few of you just starting out, but most of you have had previous lives. Some of you have had lives where there's drama, not all of you. I do not hold you responsible for what any life has done in the past. It was something to learn, something to do, there were mistakes to make and things to discover about oneself. One of the greatest challenges for all beings, as they take on more responsibility for the creation of their own life and the lives and worlds of others in time, is to let go of judgment.
Judgment has become the authoritative cousin of discernment. And while discernment is valuable, useful and a foundation of wisdom, judgment in its authoritarian stance is more involved with what is right. It is not so much involved with what is wrong, though it is often applied to that. Yet you'll discover in your personal voyage of awakening—and yes, discovery—that what is right is different for each individual and what is wrong is often very flexible.
We know that hurting ourselves or hurting others is wrong. Yet because one must learn that it is wrong and why it's wrong—not just because someone says it is, but because of its consequences, often felt long and well into the future—schools such as you are in now on Earth are unavoidably necessary. Conscience is not based on the words of others, but on the wisdom gleaned from personal experience. To the extent that conscience can be taught as a philosophy, it is useful and worthy, yet sometimes only experience can teach. I want to tell you that grave misdeeds will be healed and that terrible happenings will be undone, yet there will be a reservoir of knowledge and wisdom so that consequences of misdeeds can always be understood.
It will not be a reservoir to be experienced by the vulnerable or the fragile; it will be a course of advanced studies available to those either in Creator School or to those approaching their own version of Creator School or perhaps to those who have completed Creator School in order to understand the full meaning of their accomplishment.
So know that whatever suffering you experience or cause others to experience will in time be healed, the lessons will be learned well and your conscience will be embraced, because it is of your own creation. I cannot tell you how important that is. It is good to teach values and principles, yet some things must be learned from personal experience.
Enjoy this book and it will unfold gradually for you. I will say good night.
Yesua/Jesus/or as I am referred to in this book, That Man
April 17, 1998
Softcover, 354 pgs.
9 out of 10 — Another Excellent Volume In Explorer Race Series, January 22, 2004
By: Trucia Quistarc from Not sure yet, currently within a Kansas illusion!
Greg Smyth's review caused serious reconsideration upon whether to buy this book. Finally decided to risk it and am so glad i did. Much valuable perspective is able to be gained about the entity behind Jesus and its playfully serious service to humanity. The ethnographic information on inner and outer cultural conditions surrounding Jesus's life and mission is fascinating. And so are the too brief glimpses into extraterrestrial consciousness culture given by some of Jesus's many students now living other lives elsewhere. Sure, i could quibble and naturally do wish some other questions had been asked. Yet overall, there is much within this book worth one's awareness and being processed into personal understanding. If you've enjoyed learning from other volumes in this series, you will probably enjoy this one as well. Highly recommended.