The Incredible Story Of The “Black Jesus” From The 1960s
There is a highly classified story about a man in Africa in the 1960s with ascended powers just like Jesus, as described in David Wilcock's latest book.
Are we still waiting for a savior or have we finally come to the realization in the awakening community that we are the ones we have been waiting for? They say that truth is stranger than fiction. For many of us in search of the truth behind the controlled perception that the Cabal has very meticulously layered into our lives, we have found multitudinous bits and pieces of evidence that suggest that virtually nothing can be truly considered ‘impossible’ any more. Indeed, we have come to see that a lot of science fiction has actually been informed by truth, and movies and TV series often speak to historic events and technology that have already happened and been developed. When Star Trek first came out, people were amazed that in this futuristic series people could step in front of a door and it would sense their presence and open automatically. In the actual filming of the original Star Trek series there was someone behind the panels opening and closing the doors on cue, but today we have the real thing and simply take this as normal and commonplace technology, which in fact was probably hidden from us since the days of Tesla until recently. Related CE Articles: Notable Scientist Publishes A Book About ‘Real Magic’ That Nobel Laureates Are Endorsing, CIA Document Confirms Reality Of Humans With ‘Special Abilities’ Able To Do ‘Impossible’ Things Of course, if we feel that anything is possible then we run the risk of going along with disinformation and getting caught up in false leads that are not actually helping us get a better picture of the truth. It is more important than ever that we are vigilant, and our discernment powers continue to improve. For me, discerning truth is a matter of measuring any particular claim against the full body of knowledge I have accumulated, and see if there is a coherence with it. If it does not cohere with my belief system, that does not mean it is false, it just means I have something to measure it up against to evaluate if it makes sense. I can continue to hold beliefs that range from certain to doubtful, and as new information comes in, all my other beliefs are open to be challenged, as long as a more coherent ‘bigger picture’ comes into view as a result.
There is very little, then, that I hold as certain. Two of the fundamental anchors of my belief system is that we are all one, and that mind (the unmanifest) creates matter (the manifest), and this serves me well in having a foundation for a reality which is inevitably a fusion of the spiritual and the material. And so when I came across the story of the “Black Jesus” in David Wilcock’s latest book “The Ascension Mysteries: Revealing the Cosmic Battle Between Good and Evil,” my discernment filter was on high alert.
The story sounded hard to believe based on my ordinary, everyday consciousness and personal experiences. However, having David Wilcock recount the story as coming straight from one of his trusted confidential sources adds a bit of credibility to it. That did not mean I truly believed it, or fully believe it to this day. But I continue to try to make sense of this story in terms of how it fits within my current paradigm of reality, and certainly in this regard it remains within the realm of possibility for me. Here is the story as recounted in the book: One of the most surprising stories Jacob ever told me concerned a man they called the “Black Jesus.” He said this was highly classified and he was definitely “talking out of school” to tell me about it at all. Apparently in the 1960s a man appeared in Africa who had full ascended abilities. He could read people’s minds, materialize objects out of thin air, communicate telepathically, levitate himself, and teleport his body from one location to another. He was a spiritual teacher who emphasized love, peace, service to others, and forgiveness as the common core that unified all the great religions.
The Cabal does not want anyone to develop these abilities, and if they find out that someone has them, they will hunt those people down and terminate them with prejudice.
The Cabal made several attempts to assassinate this man. He consistently regenerated his body after each attack, no matter how lethal it seemed to be. Finally the man was told that they had given up. He was far too powerful.
There was nothing they could do to stop him, and they were going to surrender.
They invited him to a major world summit and told him they would reveal him to all of humanity so he could share his message. He was brought on board a military transport aircraft. Once airborne, he was shot repeatedly. His body was divided into many different sections, each of which was stored in a super-high-tech energy-shielded container. Jet aircraft rushed up to the plane in sequence and scrambled the containers all over the Earth, as far apart as possible.
The contents were then thoroughly and completely destroyed. It was hoped that this would prevent him from being able to regenerate himself. After this was done, the man materialized directly into the offices of the people who had ordered his murder.
There were no visible signs of damage to his body. He said, “Your desire to prevent me from living on Earth is so strong that I am forced to honor it, for now. I will be leaving you shortly. However, in the future many more people will develop abilities just like me. Once that happens, you will no longer be able to stop us from making this world a peaceful place for everyone.” I found it fascinating that a being of such power would have to concede that the Cabal’s “desire” was so strong that he was forced to honor it. But this may be a clue for us about how things play out in our density of existence based on ‘free will,’ and beings of great power cannot simply come onto our planet and exert their own will over that of the inhabitants. True, most people on Earth might ultimately want what the “Black Jesus” was offering, but it would be necessary for more people to rise to a higher level of awareness for humanity to be able to say that it was “at choice” in this savior’s role on the planet. I believe in the 1960s humanity was not ready for such a figure, in the sense that he would become an idol and people would not heed his message deeply and apply it to themselves, thus stunting their evolution. This is what happened with the original Jesus, whose message to humanity, “Whoever believes in me will also do the works that I am doing; He will do even greater things than these...” mostly fell upon deaf ears. With his clairvoyant abilities he sees a future in which many more people will develop his abilities, and perhaps that is exactly what is coming to humanity in the coming years, where we ourselves have people rising from among us, and developing these powers. An ongoing theme in our awakening and evolution is that we have to get off our knees, that we have to stop waiting for a savior, and realize the WE are the ones we have been waiting for.
The evolution of consciousness is a collective effort, but one in which we each have a unique, individual, personal stake. Moving forward, it is incumbent upon all of us to further our inner evolution towards an internal peace and harmony, whereby we create the fertile conditions within Collective Consciousness for many of us to develop abilities like the “Black Jesus” mentioned, that will ensure that this world becomes “a peaceful place for everyone.” The demand for Collective Evolution's content is bigger than ever, except ad agencies and social media keep cutting our revenues. This is making it hard for us to continue. In order to stay truly independent, we need your help. We are not going to put up paywalls on this website, as we want to get our info out far and wide. .
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