'AND THEY CALLED HIS NAME IMMANUEL - I AM SANANDA' - PHOENIX JOURNAL #2 - CHAPTER 15 - SANANDA'S TRIAL, CONT'D AND THE SUICIDE OF JUDA IHARIOTH
Judas Iscarioth / Jmmanuel Sananda
‘AND THEY CALLED HIS NAME IMMANUEL – I AM SANANDA’ -
REC #3 ISCARIOTH/JMMANUEL SANANDA
THU., AUG. 10, 1989 3:45 P.M. YEAR 2, DAY 359
THU., AUG. 10, 1989
Sananda here, Dharma, let us move most softly as the attacks come upon our truth and works. Ones do not know of that which they do and have no concept of those things which they utter. Man takes everything from context and expects to make sense of it. Further, two thousand years of untruth are not exchanged for truth in a day. You become incensed for perceived insult unto me. Nay, child, there are no insults unto me, only foolishness on the part of those who speak without wisdom and knowledge. Ones are thrusting completely away from the point if they understand not, my words. It is most apparent that if the one under discussion feels my messages too verbose, he had better carefully consider his own dissertations as to content and verbosity.
Man does not want to hear truth and the evil brothers will stop at naught to cause misunderstanding—you will give no further thought unto it except to realize that ye shall have spears cast unto you from even your dearest ones. If ones wish to take on myself, now one with God, so be it. This one has given such great lessons unto you that I am most grateful for he has been the questioner and testor from onset. I treasure this man and cherish his input, for he causes you to go within and confront thy own belief and truth and cast it into cement—where it must be foundationed in order for us to do our work in perfection. You, of all, must bear no doubts. I take thy pain and frustration unto mineself for one day soon ye shall have a hearty laugh.
It is that the one in discussion is searching for the truth of Jmmanuel and somehow correlate it to the stories perpetuated about “Jesus” in the false doctrines. The two will never integrate—one is truth, the other lie. This is exactly why there will probably be quite a small number in the first migration (rapture) for no-one will believe that which is coming into reality before his very consciousness.
You shall continue, please, to do thy work. You are a transceiver and scribe; we will tend of the rest.
I make no comment about the one Jane Roberts or her truth as told unto her by one labeled, Seth. I am the Lord thy God, Sananda, ONE with Aton and ONE within The Creation. Man will make of his choice and he will be finding it necessary to make of that choice very soon indeed. I will sit no longer in thy corner while ye play games with ancient Space Cadets. I AM THAT I AM AND SO SHALL IT BE. IF MY WORDS OFFEND THEE AND YE FIND OF THEM TO BE OF ANNOYANCE, SO BE THAT ALSO. I HAVE A PLANET FILLED WITH HUMANITY WHICH I AM GIVEN COMMISSION TO TEND AND SO SHALL I DO IT. I TAKE NO HEED TO THOSE WHO THINK THEMSELVES MORE WISE OR INFORMED FOR THEY SHALL BE SHOWN THE ERRORS OF THEIR PATH. MAN HAS HAD EONS OF TIME—TWO THOUSAND YEARS JUST SINCE MY WALKING IN
NAY, DO NOT REMOVE THIS FROM THE TEXT FOR IT IS EXCELLENT EXAMPLE. YOU ONES HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO COMPREHENSION REGARDING THAT WHICH YE ARE ABOUT. I HOLD YOU CLOSE, LITTLE SPARROW, FOR I FEEL YOUR WOUNDS AND SEE THAT YOU CANNOT SEPARATE FROM MINE OWN PAIN, OH, THUS IS THE PATH, DEAR ONES—THUS IS THE PATH OF TRUTH.
Let us return to the scrolls that we might get this transcription finished. Leave these messages intact for we will print the pages exactly as they are dictated unto you. Ye must grow, child, and it is through adversity that ye grow the strongest. So be it for it is not thy burden to carry and it cannot be thrust upon you if ye refuse to accept of it. Blessings and peace.
Judas here to continue; let us move on for ye will not break nor hardly bend, Dharma. Just as Peter, ye have felt the nails and the fire, a few chiding words are naught, nothing—zero “O”!
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THE SUICIDE OF JUDA IHARIOTH
Among the counselors who wanted to kill Jmmanuel was the traitor, Juda Iharioth. He had had no concept of that which he had done for he had never perceived it would end with such treachery. And as he stood by, now helpless to change an iota of circumstance, he looked upon Jmmanuel whose face was pouring blood, and his being was filled with agony.
In wretchedness beyond endurance, he took the money bag with the silver bits and cast it in front of the high priests and elders of the counsel and said, “I did an evil thing to this person because I was thinking only of gold and silver and material goods. I repent that I have spilled innocent blood through betrayal, for this man’s teachings are not evil to me.”
But the high priest and the elders responded, “How does that concern us? Behold, it is up to you what you want to do to live in peace with yourself.”
Juda Iharioth could bear no more and crying bitterly, fled, and soon he hanged himself on a tree branch behind the walls of the city—in the field of the potter.
THE POTTER’S FIELD
The high priest took the pieces of silver and said, “It is no good to put them into the collection box, for it is blood money. What shall we do with it?” And one of the sons of an elder cried out, “I followed Juda Iharioth and he has hanged himself on a tree in the field of the potter.”
Kaiphas, the high priest then said, “Well then, give the blood money to the potter so that he sells us his field for it, for the burial of strangers.”
At dawn the following day the business was completed, and Juda Iharioth, the traitor of Jmmanuel, was buried first in the field.
The high priests and elders of the counsel spread the news among the people that Judas Iscarioth, the disciple of Jmmanuel had hanged himself and was buried in the field of the potter.
When the people believed this story, they said, “He betrayed his friend for pieces of silver, and it serves him right that he hanged himself. He did a grievous crime, and always the field of the potter shall be known as the field of blood.”
BROUGHT BEFORE PILATE
Jmmanuel was brought before Pilate, [Editor’s note: Originally we used Pilote, however, after further research Pilate is most commonly recognized.] the governor, and the latter asked him, “Are you Jmmanuel whom they call the `king of wisdom’?”
Jmmanuel answered, “You have said it. That is what I am called by the people.”
Pilate asked, saying, “It is also said that you were begotten by the angel, Gabriel, who is an angel of God?” But Jmmanuel said again, “YOU have said this.”
Pilate asked again saying, “Let us hear your wisdom, for your teaching is new to me.”
Jmmanuel said, “Behold, I was begotten by a Celestial Son, and this happened according to the will of God, the ruler of the three human races. Through His kindness I learned great wisdom and the right knowledge which was taught to me during forty days and thirty-nine nights, through His teachers. Furthermore, I traveled much to far away places and lived for a long time in
When they heard Jmmanuel’s speech, the elders and high priests became very agitated and shouted before Pilate, “Do you hear his blasphemy of God?”
And Pilate spoke again to Jmmanuel, “Do you not hear how severely they accuse you, do you not wish to justify yourself?”
Jmmanuel answered him, “Behold, I shall carry the burden as it is destined for me. But it is also a fact that many are against me and will testify falsely; in this I can not find justice. Verily I say to you, many dogs cause hares to die no matter how many turns the hare can make. It is also customary among people that the person most just does not find justice, because whether many testify against him, or if few testify against him does not give substance to the matter as long as they are regarded as “high”. Justice rules only in the Laws of Nature, because they are the Laws of The Creation.
“Among people there is little justice, and justice is determined by them according to their social and political status and according to their valuable holdings. Thus I ask you, how could I expect justice according to this criterion?”
Pilate said, “Judging by the way you speak you are very wise indeed, and I see no guilt in you. I question the teaching you just uttered, but in this, too, I see no evil nor wrongdoing, for everyone should be blessed according to his faith. But since you have said nothing regarding your innocence, which would counter the denunciation of the high priests and elders, I see nothing good for you, their will is my command and that which I must obey.”
Jmmanuel did not answer him and the governor was very much surprised.
At the time of Easter, the governor, Pilate, was accustomed to releasing one of the prisoners from among those who were up for sentencing. It was always decided by the people, whomever they wanted, with the exception of one who was guilty of murder or of a death with intent.
At this particular time he had a prisoner named Barabbas. And when the people were gathered, Pilate spoke to them, “Which one do you want me to release; Barabbas, the criminal, or Jmmanuel, of whom it is said that he is a king of wisdom and the son of an angel?”
But he knew that the priests and elders had persuaded the people by giving them copper, gold and silver so that they would ask for the release of Barabbas. He knew very well that they had turned Immanuel over because of envy and hatred, for his teachings were liked by the people.
Pilate’s wife also pressed him, “Do not have any dealings with this just man, because today I suffered greatly in my dreams on account of him and find his teachings are good.” Therefore, he was favorably inclined toward Jmmanuel.
But among the people arose much shouting and confusion and he asked a second time, “Which one shall I release?”
Slowly the shouting subsided and the governor asked a third time, “Which one of these two shall be released?”
The people shouted and screamed, “You shall release Barabbas.”
Pilate asked of them, “Thus it shall be, but what shall I do with him of whom it is said that he is Jmmanuel, a king of wisdom?”
The people roared, “Crucify him. Let him be crucified.”
Pilate was not willing to accept such a penalty and asked very angrily, “What evil thing do you perceive this man has done that you want him to be crucified? He only taught a new doctrine and for this he shall suffer death?”
But the people continued to shout all the louder, “Let him be crucified, let him be crucified!”
PILATE WASHES HIS HANDS
When Pilate saw that he could do nothing against the people who had been persuaded and that there was great unrest and turmoil, he took a pitcher of water and washed his hands before the people and said, “You see yourself what it is you want to do to this man. He is the captive of the elders and the high priests, so let them judge him. I have nothing to do with this just man, for I am innocent in regard to him and wash my hands before you in innocence.”
Then the people agitated and the crowd boiled in confusion and continued to shout, “He shall be crucified, he shall be crucified!”
Pilate turned Jmmanuel over to the high priests and the elders and released Barabbas to the people.
The high priests and elders had Jmmanuel whipped and handed him over so that he would be crucified.
The soldiers of the governor agreed with the priests and elders and dragged Jmmanuel into the court house; they also brought as many of the crowd inside as space allowed.
They pulled his clothes from him and put a purple coat on him. They also made a wreath of thorns and put it on his head, gave him a cane into his right hand, bent their knees before him and said, “We greet you, you great King of wisdom of the Jews.”
They spit upon him, took the cane from his hand, and beat him on the head until his blood ran over his face and filled his eyes.
When he was miserable and bleeding, Kaiphas, the high priest, asked saying, “So, what are you going to do now, you great King of wisdom?”
Jmmanuel was silent. And they hit him again on the head and he moaned in pain and started to speak, “Verily I say to you, as you beat and mock me, you, too, shall be beaten and mocked. The time will come in five times one hundred years when you shall have to atone for this day. A new man will rise up in this land and whip and persecute you, and you shall have to pay with your blood.
“He will create a new cult and have people call him a prophet, and he shall persecute you throughout all times. Even though he will be a false prophet and bring you a new false doctrine, he has great power and will have your race persecuted throughout all time to come.
“His name will be Mohammed, and his name will be, for your kind, horror, misery and death, which will be of your deserving. Verily, verily I say to you, his name will be written with blood and his hatred against your kind will be endless. But since he will be a false prophet and bring you a false doctrine, so will his cult eventually be finished, when your kind and his kind will put down the foundation for a bloody ending for this world.”
These words caused such fury that they got extremely excited and beat him so brutally that Jmmanuel collapsed. When he had aroused somewhat, they pulled the purple coat from him and put his own garments back on his body and led him away to crucify him.
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Dharma, let us leave this for this day. I request that you pull forth the writing of Thursday, August 3, 1989, 7:00 A.M., 2-352 and print it in full as the next segment. It is much more suitable that Gabriel tell that portion than myself. I will leave my blessings upon you dear friends, may our petitions of truth fall into the ears of hearing ones and in understanding vision unto the seeing eyes. So be it and Selah. I take my leave,
I AM JUDAS ISCARIOTH, MAY THE TRUTH OF THESE WORDS BE RECOGNIZED.