Monday, June 17, 2013


TO BE JESUS CHRIST REBORN - Australian man Alan John Miller, also known as AJ, has claimed to be the reincarnated Jesus Christ of Nazareth. A former IT specialist, AJ has been making it known to the world for quite some time that he is the Son of God. He is gaining followers across Australia and the rest of the world as the Messiah. From Queensland AJ is spreading his idea of the ‘Divine Truth’, which he believes the world needs to understand. AJ says he remembers much of his life 2000 years ago, including miracles he performed and his crucifixion.
AJ does not work alone; his partner Mary Luck accompanies him. She claims to be Mary Magdelene, and identifies herself as Jesus’ soul-mate today. She spends her time with AJ as the reincarnated Biblical woman. 

AJ claims to remembers such events as the resurrection of Lazarus, who he recalls as ‘a good friend’. Mary speaks about the crucifixion, which she describes as an excruciating event whereby she watched the person she loves the most be killed. AJ says he cannot remember speaking Aramaic, and believes he met with famous spiritual beings such as Plato, during his absence from Earth. AJ provides workshops, books, DVDs, and pamphlets outlining his goal of enlightening others. Donations are apparently ‘welcomed’ but not requested.
Many believers have moved from their jobs, families and homes to be closer to AJ and Mary. His growing following is causing concern for cult experts, who believe that caution is needed regarding this kind of idolisation.

A former IT specialist who claims to be the reincarnation of Jesus Christ has attracted a following in his native Australia and from as far afield as Britain and the US. Alan John Miller, known as AJ, also refers to his girlfriend Mary Luck as Mary Magdalene. Miller, 50, owns and runs a religious movement called ‘The Divine Truth’. When asked of the opposition, Miller - the self proclaimed Son of God - said, “There were lots of people in the first century who didn't believe I was the Messiah ... unfortunately they didn't learn love either and my suggestion is, even if you don't believe I am Jesus, at least learn how to love.” Many people have been claimed, either by themselves or by their followers, to be the reincarnation or incarnation of Jesus Christ.

Through the years there has been much controversy about the nature of Jesus and whether he was actually God as some Christians seem to believe. None of his direct disciples believed that he was, ... other than that, most of Jesus’ followers thought that perhaps he was the Jewish Messiah. But the Jewish Messiah, according to their prophecies, was not God but rather a Jew who was empowered by God. This actually fits into the Vedic view because there are many empowered living beings who appear from time to time who are sent by God to represent and disseminate His law. Furthermore, Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati ... has stated that Jesus was a Shaktyavesha Avatar, or an empowered living entity meant to preach the glories of God. 

Dr Stephen Knapp (Śrīpad Nandanandana dasa) :
“Christianity and the Vedic Teachings Within It”  -

Published by dasavatara das - "Vedic Views on World News"

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