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Many stories about Jesus are based on true incidences with untrue distortions. How and why did this occur? Based on the stories being spread about Jesus, a
simple statement made in error by a single person can spread and grow in details as it does. Think of the rumors you have today, and how easily disinformation can
catch on and continue. He seemed to them to be consistently so much more than a man, and indeed he was. And as he face the terrors they faced with such
equanimity, his faithful concluded he must be a god. Why else would the threat of torture and death leave his face serene?
- Did Jesus walk on water? Desert sands, particularly in flat areas, produce mirages, and a common mirage is water. A human walking at a distance can be
seen as walking on water.
- Did Jesus raise the dead? As Jesus was well connected to entities from higher densities, he was able and not reluctant to give The Call for help in many
situations. Thus he on occasion was instrumental in curing people who had been stricken and at the point of death. It is well known that severely ill people
can appear to be dead, and have on occasion even been buried alive because of this confusion. Such a person, recovering suddenly because of intervention,
would be rumored to have been raised from the dead.
- Did Jesus mold a bird from clay? He found and rescued a bird caught and caked in dried clay so that flight or even motion was impossible. This was
subsequently explained as creating a bird from the clay.
- Did Jesus make many loaves of bread from one or wine from water? A few of the faithful seated close to Jesus as he lectured, having brought their own
lunch, would conclude that their lunch had been multiplied on observing the following: Jesus notes that new comers are without food, and asks those who
had brought lunch to share, helping in the distribution. Later more new comers arrive, with various foods which they share among themselves. The original
arrivals look over their shoulders, noting the masses and the sharing of food, and make an erroneous conclusion based on their heartfelt admiration for Jesus.
- Did Jesus resurrect from the dead? The supposed resurrection of Jesus from the dead was, of course, a story based on the widespread human custom of
carrying beloved deceased to what the bearers considered a proper burial. As Jesus had relayed that death is not the end, that his faithful could expect to
meet him again, the disappearance of his corpse, a true occurrence, was supplemented with supposition. Where did he go? He resurrected, was the
How do we know these things about Jesus? Where we, the individual Zetas speaking to you, were not necessarily there, or reading from some sort of written
record, we are consulting with Jesus himself and the group of entities he works with, his team. We go to the source for this information.
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