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Conscious Community Lecture: Edgar’s Revolutionary Jesus with Tom Baker
A free lecture series that recurs every last Wednesday of the month
April 24, 2019
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Sponsored by the A.R.E. Bookstore & Gift Shop
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Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Virginia Beach , VA

A Conscious Community Lecture sponsored by the A.R.E. Bookstore & Gift Shop.

The Jesus of traditional Christianity is basically God become human through the virgin birth of Jesus to Mary.  Jesus grows up in the simple village of Nazareth and becomes a carpenter.  At 30 years old he begins his ministry with his baptism by John in the Jordan River.  He preaches the Kingdom of God and heals the sick and lame and blind for 3 years then dies for our sins at age 33, after which he is resurrected from the dead.

The Jesus of Edgar Cayce is basically the soul Amelius who through a series of incarnations finally is born of a virgin who herself was born of a virgin.  His parents are Essenes as is his early teacher Judy.  Jesus studies abroad in Egypt, Persia, and India and returns to his hometown a mystic and a psychic.  Through his teaching and example he reconnects humanity with God, exemplifying this union in his resurrection from the dead. 

Tom Baker, a former Catholic priest, will talk about these two versions of Jesus.


Come early to ensure your seat!
Additional Info and Schedule
April 24, 2019
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Virginia Beach Headquarters
Edgar Cayce's A.R.E.
215 67th Street
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
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has an exciting and varied background. He grew up with the Edgar Cayce readings, is a student of the Course in Miracles, and served as a Roman Catholic priest and seminary professor until 1990.  His most outstanding work is with love, forgiveness, and living gracefully—or “full of grace.” Known for presentations filled with humor, warmth, depth, and insight, he combines a lifetime of study of the Edgar Cayce readings with A Course in Miracles. He grounds his spiritual quest by continuing to study contemplatively Christian theology and spirituality.