Winner Best Book 2009 in category Christianity (USA Book News)
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from the book . . .
‘When all this was happening, the disciple John, the youngest of all, had his head leaning on the heart of his Lord Jesus. And Peter, whom Jesus had called in his words Cephas (which revealed means Stone), declared his love for the Lord Jesus offering to give his soul for Him, but the Lord Jesus warned him that he was going to deny him three times before the rooster would crow that very dawn. Man through whose veins runs the burning blood of the Maya lineage: ponder and meditate upon this scene, weigh every concept, because all of it has been devised in the destiny known by the Great Hidden Lord in the Holy Mayab. Peter offered his soul, but Judas gave it. And because Judas gave it, John could remain with his head leaning on the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Even now, you can read clearly, written in the light and under the symbol of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the burning words of the Mayab which say: “Give me the shelter of love in your home and I will return it to you eternally in my Sacred Heart.” Man, you who read: study, think, meditate and feel what is written for you in the depths of your own heart, and in this way your Maya blood will be enlivened and you will see fulfilled in you the prophecy of Chilam Balam, inspired priest of the Mayab: “For it is not in sight all that there is within this (what is written in your heart) nor what is going to be explained. The ones who know come from a great lineage of ‘ours’, the Maya men. They will know the meaning of what there is here when they read it.” For you will have to be able to read it with your heart. That night began the devising of the destiny of the Maya soul of these times, of this Katun, and of a humanity that lives ill-fated hours from which he who looks for the holy and pure kiss of the sacred Princess Sac-Nicte, could flee. And he will enter the invisible Noah’s Ark to create a new civilization.’
The Flight of the Feathered Serpent
But you will exceed all of them. For you will sacrifice the man that clothes me. ~ Jesus
THE GOSPEL OF JUDAS