The Essenes Children of the Light
When I read this book I literally devoured it. It was so special and full of such depth and interesting information.
There is so little known about the Essene Community that Jesus and his family where a part of. The Essenes did not refer to Jesus by this name. For reasons on secrecy and security he was referred to as either as Benjoseph (the son of Jospeh) or as Yeshua.
If you decide to read this book, please do so with an open mind. Feel in your heart what is real for you.
Excerpts from "Daniel" during past life regressions
"Many of the precious things which the Essenes had were passed down by the Kaloos. There would have been skilled craftspeople who made and repaired such things at the height of the Kaloo civilization in the Old Land to the West, but centuries had passed since some of these things were made."
"The Kaloo's stored their knowledgeboth in crystals and scrolls. The crystals were secret and most Essenes saw only the scrolls which had been copied by our people."
The Kaloos were even a mystery to the Essenes and the Old Land to the West may have been the fabled Atlantis. If the Kaloo were Atlanteans that would account for their very advanced technology, including the use of crystals, and for the depth of their wisdom.
More about the Essene Communities
"So the communities were set up, but because we were so secretive and kept ourselves to ourselves we began to arouse suspicion and hostility, especially among the Pharisees and Sadducees.
They feared that we might displace them from the position of power they held and they became intent upon acquiring our knowledge."
"The whole Essene effort was centered upon the coming of a great Teacher, a Teacher of Righteousness. He would lead us to the Light.
The Spirit would be strong within him, and many would follow him and listen to his teachings. So it was to be a supportive framework for him, and all would be ready for him when he came."
The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Essenes
The Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered in 1947 in seaside caves near an ancient settlement called Qumran by a Bedouin shepherd.
The conventional wisdom is that a breakaway Jewish sect called the Essenes—thought to have occupied Qumran during the first centuries B.C. and A.D.—wrote all the parchment and papyrus scrolls.
The texts are of great religious and historical significance, as they include the oldest known surviving copies of Biblical and extra-biblical documents and preserve evidence of great diversity in late Second Temple Judaism.
They are written in Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek, mostly on parchment, but with some written on papyrus. These manuscripts generally date between 150 BCE and 70 CE. They include about 900 documents.
While some of the scrolls were written on papyrus, a good portion were written on a brownish animal hide that appears to be gevil.
The scrolls were written with feathers from a bird and the ink used was made from carbon black and white pigments.
One scroll, appropriately named the Copper Scroll, consisted of thin copper sheets that were incised with text and then joined together.
The fragments span at least 800 texts that represent many diverse viewpoints, ranging from the beliefs of the Essenes to those of other sects.