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“…Perhaps the greatest mystery involved in an examination of the life of Christ is what to make of the so-called ‘missing years.’ Some of those, who have been willing to publish their speculations, suggest that during those missing years Jesus traveled to far reaches of the ancient world, including Roman-era England, India and perhaps other locales. For those that argue that there is no Biblical proof that other than the early exile of the Holy Family in Egypt, that Christ was not always present in the Holy Land. It does seem likely, however, that the totality of the life of Christ could not be fully contained within the Gospels. Indeed in John 21:25, John clearly admits he has just scratched the surface of what Christ accomplished on earth: “Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that could be written.”

While not discounting a mission to India or elsewhere, the strongest tradition that contends that during the missing years, Christ visited Roman-era England on at least one, and perhaps two occasions. These traditions have it that Jesus Christ visited Glastonbury, in Somerset in the west of England, first was as a youth and later just prior to his mission to the Holy Land. These days Glastonbury is most famous for its massive annual music festival.

The legend goes that when Jesus was 12 years old, Joseph, the stepfather of Jesus, died. His guardianship then became the responsibility of Joseph of Arimathea, who was an uncle of the Virgin Mary. Joseph of Arimathea, it was reported, was a trader who sailed all over the known world in Phoenician vessels. In the west of England, Joseph of Arimathea, sailed to Glastonbury, which was at that time, the principal trading center for tin, lead, copper, and perhaps gold in the ancient world.

The tradition, is according to Reverend Sean Manchester, author of The Grail Church, is embraced in areas as disparate as India, the west of Ireland, Cornwell, Somerset, Gloucestershire and the Maronite Christians of Lebanon. The legend tells that while in Glastonbury, Jesus and Joseph of Arimathea constructed what may well have been the first Christian church in existence. Bishop Manchester also quotes the first British historian, Gildas Baronicus (516-570), who spent his last years at Glastonbury as writing that, “Christ, the True Sun, afforded His Light, the knowledge of his precepts, to this island during the height of, or the last year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar.” Tiberius Caesar reigned from 14 A.D. to 37 A.D.

The construction of the church may have occurred during a winter during which rough seas prevented Joseph and Jesus from sailing for home. The church, now referred to as the “Wattle Church,” has long since deteriorated, although its location is now the site of the “Lady Chapel” of Glastonbury Abbey. The Lady Chapel is so named because legend has it that Christ dedicated the Wattle Church to His mother. Indeed when church fathers planned to dedicate the Wattle Church, St. David reported a dream in which Jesus told them that the Wattle Church had been previously dedicated to His mother and should not be re-dedicated. Though the re-dedication never occurred, Paulinus, a companion of St. Augustine is reported to have placed boards over the Wattle Church to better preserve it….”

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To be born to be dead to be born.....

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1st time, 2nd time, 3rd time, 4th time.

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The story of Alfred and Ismalia isn’t actually about their past lives. It’s about their life in the spirit world after their incarnated lives. The story illustrates that true love survives many trials and separations and that if a couple are bonded together, no one deed, neither life nor death keeps them apart for long.

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You have lived multiple lives. At times you have been rich, poor, a servant and a slave. Maybe even a King or a Queen, at the least a member of the minor nobility.
Many famous people in the past have believed in reincarnation, such as Thomas Edison and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. They both believed in the spirit world and made attempts to communicate with the world beyond.

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am sure you have read where we are on earth to learn. That, essentially, we are in a classroom, learning by doing, by experiences. Did you also know that, most probably, you are the one that selected your intended course work? So, when things get tough, you have no one to blame but yourself!

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How do you determine what trials you will go through before you are born? After, our goal is to improve in each successive life. According to Spiritism, we contribute to our plan.

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