Did you know that according to the Bible there were two different Jesus children? If you believe the Gospels there should be a baby Jesus Christmas scene from the lineage the Gospel of St. Luke gives us and along side it a second baby Jesus Christmas scene from the lineage the St. Matthew Gospel traces for us. After reading what follows, what do you think?
This is to clarify a controversial article on rotheraine .com - Spiritual (Angelic) Engineering of the Human Body for Christ, by Francis Klock. If you examine the Bible with an open mind it becomes clear that Jesus is a man and gives his physical body to the King of the Angels (Gods)- Christ. It is not until the baptism that the human Jesus gives his physical body to the Angelic King Christ. In Hebrews 7:3 St. Paul states clearly in discussing Melchisedec that Christ is without human ancestry: "Without father, without mother, without descent, having neither beginning of days, nor end of life; but made like unto the Son of God (Christ); abideth a priest continually." Since it is clear that Melchisedec is also without father or mother, can he be a lesser God (Angel) ? Psalm 82:1 shows us that there is a head God ruling the other Gods (Angels): " God standeth in the congregation of the mighty; he judgeth among the gods." Psalm 82:1 can also explain Genesis
"And God said let us make man in our image, after our likeness" and Genesis
"And the Lord God said, Behold, the man is become as one of us to know good and evil." These two statements show a God talking to other Gods (Angels). The Lord God is the King of the Gods, the judge of the other Gods (Angels). The Lord God is Christ.
Now, Mr. Klock's controversial statement should be easier to understand:
Did the old testament Hebrews not allow the angels to spiritually engineer the two distinctly different blood lines of David? E.R. Smith, elaborating on the spiritual perception of Rudolf Steiner in his book "The Incredible Births of Jesus" shows that if you accept the gospels in the Bible there can be little doubt that there were two different Jesus children!
The Matthew Gospel clearly shows that Jacob was the father of Joseph, who fathered one of the Jesus children and traces Jacob's lineage back to David's son King Solomon. The Luke Gospel shows the father of this Joseph to be Heli and traces a completely different lineage stemming from David's son Nathan. The only similarities in the two different bloodlines are the names of the mother and father of the two Jesus children - Mary and Joseph. E.R. Smith, Rudolf Steiner, Emil Bock (in his book "The Three Years"), L.A. Rotheraine, and myself feel that the Bible is absolutely correct in showing that it took two different blood lines, thus two different Jesus children to produce a special physical body that the Son of God could enter and live in for three years after the baptism. The Bible cannot be altered here as many try to do, because the two different lineages reveal a great secret to us- the on going spiritual engineering by God and the angels of the human race. (To find out what happened to the second Jesus I recommend "The Incredible Births of Jesus" by E.R. Smith.) Therefore, it was only at the baptism that one of the Jesus humans left the spiritually, angelically engineered, special physical body , giving it to the God Christ to inhabit for the three years between the baptism and resurrection. Now, that's what I call Intelligent Design! And if you read Hebrews 7:3 Paul clearly shows Christ doesn't have a human ancestry.
L.A. Rotheraine (at top of plant), Randy Johnson (middle) and Brandi Buck (right) supervisor, look over the 10 1/2 foot cherry tomato plant. If there is no frost in the near future, the plant could reach 12 to 13 feet tall with over 2,000 tomatoes on it.
The plant was grown at Evergreen Elm's garden on Elm Street and is an open pollinated Selke Biodynamic Cherry Tomato Plant.
Evergreen Elm has the only seed strain in the world for this species of plant.
The plant was cared for by Evergreen Elm's gardeners, particularly Robert Tubbs, who was in charge of all the Selke Cherry Tomato plants.