Many Christians revere the areas where Jesus lived and preached as a holy land. Jesus chose to embody in the Middle East precisely because it is not a holy land but a land of warring people. He came partly to teach peace in a land of non-peace and partly to bring the judgment for some of the lifestreams dedicated to war.
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The original twelve tribes of Israel
- Jesus descended to the Middle East not because it was a holy place but because it was one of the unholiest places on earth.
- Many lifestreams in Middle East come from other planetary systems and have a long history of warfare.
- Jesus’ mission was partly universal and partly for specific groups of lifestreams in the Middle East.
- The 12 tribes came from another solar system and have a long history of warring and competition, meaning they have a low state of consciousness.
- Their state of consciousness limited the teachings Jesus could give while in embodiment.
- Some of these lifestreams have grown and are now embodying in the West.
- Some have not grown and are still embodying in the Middle East, warring with each other. This explains the many wars and conflicts in the region.
Why Jesus embodied in the Middle East
- The Israeli government is locked in a dualistic battle against Arabs and Palestinians. This is a continuation of the warring that has been going on for thousands of years.
- Jesus came to change the consciousness of warfare and help people love their neighbors as themselves.
- Jesus was a universal teacher, bringing forth a teaching that should not be classified or turned into a rigid religion.
- Only this universal awareness can change the Middle East.