So asked the Pharisees, referring to Jesus. But a far more painful question might have been, “Is this the son of the Nazarene whore?” The conception of Mariam’s son is a mystery or a problem, depending on one’s faith or lack of it. Most people inclined to the use of the intellect as opposed to faith are not satisfied with the gospel account. Perhaps, however, it is not too great a deviation from the natural order for an ovum to spontaneously divide without fertilization by a sperm cell. I do not know, for I am not a biologist or scientist of any kind. I am just a person with questions.
I have proposed a theory to explain the “Nazarene whore”. I said that Mariam became pregnant in a pre-marital love affair with a man who came from Alexandria. There, in that magnetic city, he was the highest initiate of a esoteric school. He was the man who Mariam should have married, had she not (for some unknown reason) been born in an obscure village in Galilee. Something went wrong. If she had been born in Jerusalem she would have traveled to Alexandria on occasion, and the future parents would have met. In Nazareth Mariam wished to go with this man, whom I called Simon, to marry him in his city. But he knew that he would be killed on the way home and he advised her to remain with her betrothed, Joseph. I proposed one more thing, of considerable interest. Simon, I said, was an incarnation of the Bodhisattva Maitreya, who was born again as Apollonius of Tyana 22 years after his death.
If Mariam, also known as Maria or Mother Mary, disagreed, I would put my theory aside reluctantly, for the idea that Jesus had a physical father requires no particular faith, apart from my mention of Maitreya. The other possibilities require a major or minor miracle.
We may call the visit of a Pleiadean star ship to the earth a minor miracle. Jesus is supposed to be a Pleiadean master according to some New Age sources. When the “angel” Gabriel visited Mariam she was taken aboard the ship and artificially impregnated; then she was made to forget the incident. She awoke in her home completely unaware that anything had happened, for she did not even have a clock. Gabriel now told her that she had become pregnant by the Holy Spirit of God. This theory we may call semi-rational. One objection is that the planets in the Pleiades are too young to have solid surfaces or atmospheres with oxygen. The Pleiadean stars are young and hot---bluish white instead of yellow like our own sun. The more careful New Age teachers say that the Pleiadean race---which is supposed to be very old, and indeed, the progenitor of our humanity---must have come from somewhere else. Still, I cannot imagine any way that they could use the Pleiadean planets, so what connection they have to the Pleiadean star cluster is a mystery.
I have proposed that they actually come from the Aldebaran planetary group, where they are enemies of another extraterrestrial race, the so-called “Nordics” who worked with Maria Orsic. For some reason they wish to keep their real place of origin a secret, so they call themselves “Pleiadeans”.
I have listed three theories, the orthodox, the rational, and the semi-rational. They are probably all bad ideas, so I must end here. I do not know of any other possibility.
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