“Before creation was the Christ walked with the Father God and Mother God in Akasha. “The Christ is son, the only son begotten by Almighty God, the God of Force and God omniscient, God of thought; and Christ is God, the God of Love. “Without the Christ there was no light. Through Christ all life was manifest; and so through him all things were done, and naught was done in forming worlds or peopling worlds without the Christ. “Christ is the Logos of Infinities and through the word alone are Thought and Force made manifest. “The Son is called the Christ, because the Son, the Love, the universal Love, was set apart, ordained to be creator, Lord, preserver and redeemer of all things, of everything that is, or evermore will be. “Through Christ, the protoplast, the earth, the plant, the beast, the man, the angel and the cherubim took up their stations on their planes of life. “Through Christ they are preserved; and if they fall it is the Christ who lifts them up; and if they sell themselves to sin the Christ redeems.
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Levi H. Dowling (1844-1911), who originally published The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ under the sole name of Levi, was a Church of Christ pastor, a Civil War chaplain for the Union Army, a practitioner of homeopathic medicine, a New Thought lecturer, and a religious publisher. Dowling was born in Bellville, Ohio, and eventually moved to Los Angeles, where he composed The Aquarian Gospel-one of the formative works of New Age spirituality.Review:
"A restored classic! This one has truly withstood the test of time. The original copyright date is 1908. (I discovered it in the late 1980’s.) This new edition is based on the earliest existing version (1911). I still refer to it often when I teach. I’m delighted to have this new, restored edition on my shelf."
—Anna Jedrziewski, InannaWorks.com
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