Christianity

Agapit of Pechersk, the Unmercenary Physician. Interest to this historical personality is growing as the years go by, and his image is accumulating secrets and miracles, tidings about which are spreading all over the globe. Who was he? A doctor? There have been many doctors at all times, including nowadays and the times of Reverend Agapit’s life. A saint? There have been plenty of saints in all parts of the world. A monk? Monks have never been a rarity in our land. At that, a crowd of pilgrims comes exactly to the shrine with Reverend Agapit’s relics, and there are millions of people in that crowd every year. It’s difficult not to notice this. Thus, our desire to get at the heart of the matter is totally logical.

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Herein we refer to the words of progressive German researcher and theologian Holger Kersten, which he initially wrote in 1983 in the primary version of his book Jesus Lived in India. His Unknown Life before and after the Crucifixion and updated in later versions of the book. Generally speaking, no special clarifications or interpretations are needed, for the author speaks straight to the point. He has supported his words with numerous facts discovered in his research and journalistic activities, and we hope to refer to some of these facts in subsequent articles as well.

 

“Do not think I am spinning yarns:
Get up and prove things otherwise!
All ecclesiastical history
Is a mishmash of error and coercion.”

(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

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Everyone knows the official Christian doctrine rejects the concept of reincarnation of souls, the theory that the human Soul (as we now know from the Primordial Knowledge) is being continuously reborn on the Earth, while the human Personality never dies at all, as a rule turning into a “subpersonality”. For faithful Christians the reincarnation issue is closed once and forever, and most of them believe such concept was there from the very beginning. This is not true: some early Christian theologians considered otherwise, being dethroned by the official church later on. One of such persons was Clement of Alexandria, preacher of the Holy Writ among Hellenistic scribes, one of the first heads of the Catechetical School of Alexandria, predecessor of Origen. Clement’s idea of reincarnation certainly differs from the Primordial Knowledge brought by Rigden Djappo, but this is not the point. The point is that early Christians did admit reincarnation and studied the issue, as distinct from the narrow-minded contemporary clergy.

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Once, while studying translations of the Nag Hammadi Library texts, I ran across records about a Christian movement that emerged around the 10th century in the Balkans, the followers of which were called Bogomils. It is considered that the name of this movement originated from Bogomil, a man of religion who lived in the 10th century in the territory of contemporary Bulgaria. No specific records of his life have been preserved (here and below, only the most interesting facts are highlighted). What I regard as the most interesting are the ideas of this religious movement which are very similar to those of Cathars.

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Perhaps, many people are unaware that Christianity, the largest world religion of our time with its over 2 billion followers living in different parts of the globe, has about 300 denominations, and you have probably never heard of the most of them, dear readers. At that, hopefully, some rumours have still reached you that the largest Christian denominations are in permanent latent fight for the followers and their exceptional right to possess the Truth. At times it becomes totally unclear what the Lord, who is single in the multitude, has to do with all such disunity and confrontation. Hence, a detached observer such as me has a number of fair and logical questions to representatives of the influential religious community who aspire for God 

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    In his interview to Russian journalists, famous Italian stigmatist Giorgio Bongiovanni tells about the Second Coming of Christ, or more exactly of His advent as the Judge. It should be mentioned we permanently encounter such indication in prophecies and scriptures that the awaited Messiah (Teacher) will judge humanity. From numerous sources we know that Rigden Djappo and Osiris (as one and the same “person”) is the Judge of human souls. We dare warily assume “the Second Coming of Christ” is exactly the coming of Rigden Djappo to the secular world.

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Lilies. A fortuity or Good Tidings?

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Continuing the investigation of the phenomena of programmes The Meaning of Life: Immortality and "A Frank Dialogue about the Most Important with Igor Mikhaylovich Danilov, we were surprised with the fact of presence of lilies in the background in both programmes. What is behind the symbolism of interior decoration with the same type of flowers in two different programmes? Is this a fortuity? We attempted to look into the issue and discovered a new confirmation of our assumptions.

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    Recently on the internet, an issue of resemblance between the two personalities who have been living on the earth with some 1,000-year difference has been actively discussed. We mean here the first doctor of Kievan Rus, Unmercenary Physician Saint Agapit of Pechersk, and Professor, Academician, author of vertebral revitalization method Igor Mikhaylovich Danilov.

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