Christ’s Vision and His Crucifixion . by Alice B. Clagett

Published on 18 July 2014; revised

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Dear Ones,

I was asked about the ‘chain’ round Christ’s heart in the picture. Here is my answer: I am a little rusty on all that… is not that the crown of thorns that was placed on Christ’s head at the time of the Crucifixion?

I had a vision recently about Christ’s life … maybe you would like it … In the vision I saw Christ as a great being of Light and love. Before he was born, he saw the suffering of mankind, and had a great longing to offer us all the hope of a better tomorrow, a future reality where we might all dwell in unconditional love.

But because of the state of Duality into which mankind had fallen, we existed in a dimension where every good action had an equal and opposite effect. So He knew in his heart that, in order to offer us an example of a life of true, unconditional love, there would be a heavy price to pay, in terms of the Dark. He looked at the human alternate timelines and decided the example of Light and love and hope that his life on Earth would provide was worth the price that must be paid … And so He incarnated on Earth …

Then my vision flew to the Garden of Gethsemane. In anguish, this great Soul appealed to the Father to lift the burden of hatred and crucifixion from Him. But grace came to him in the form of a vision. He learned with a certain surety that He might accept crucifixion, accept that burden of hatred, and allow the Christian faith to flourish. Or he might decline that burden, live out his life in peace and love … but the consequence would be that his followers would take on that burden of hatred, and his message would be lost to humanity during the dark ages to follow.

To our great happiness, His brave and loving heart accepted the burden, the pain of crucifixion, and Christianity has shown forth as a Light to Souls in desperate need of hope and solace since that day.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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