The Aquaria Gospel of Jesus the Christ Part One. The story of Jesus Christ, the early years, as told by Levi: Mary the Mother, John the Baptist, the birth of Christ, his childhood and travels to India, Tibet, Persia, Assyria, Greece and Egypt.
A selection of poetry and other writing by the nineteenth century English poet, artist, printer and visionary William Blake, with an eleven page introduction and appreciation by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. The book includes twenty-eight short poems and excerpts from three longer poems.
In today’s world, it may seem unlikely that Indian devotional poetry would be considered prize-worthy literature in the West. Lines that describe homesick cranes flying back to their nest as a metaphor for mankind’s return to God are potent sentiments. More than that, they are devout supplications.
Jesus the Son of Man is a mosaic. It is a work of fiction, an imagining of voices, people describing Jesus Christ only to the limits that they have known Him, never beyond their own understanding. Together these voices create a beautiful symphony, perhaps a truer portrait of Jesus than the world has ever known. THIS BOOK IS NOT FOR SALE TO THE USA.
Leo Tolstoy's collection of wisdom and guidance gathered from Brahminical, Confucian and Buddhist sources, from the Gospels and the Epistles, and from the works of numerous sages, both ancient and modern.