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The Book of Andrew: A Past-Life Memoir

Lorna Wilson

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Has anyone here read this book? I'm sure the content will be quite scandalous to the fundamental Christians, as it documents through past life regressions a whole different spin on Jesus, and his acceptance and encouragement of two supposedly gay disciples. When reading it I found it very plausible.

This is the book's description:


Charles, a very young Southern child, tells his sister that he really should have been named “Andrew.” Decades later, an important early teacher of A Course in Miracles has a clairvoyant experience upon meeting Charles. He is startled to see a name emblazoned on Charles’s forehead.... Andrew. Charles goes to London and a famous psychic tells him, “You knew Jesus.” He has extraordinary mystical experiences and dreams, including revelations about biblical distortions and some disciples in love with each other. Haunted by the idea that he has something important to accomplish in this life, and wondering if he may indeed have lived as the Apostle Andrew, he is guided to see Bruce Gregory for a brief series of hypnotic past-life regressions. Like a journalist sent back in time, Charles sees not only that he lived as Andrew, and that he and the Apostle Philip were lovers, but that Jesus blessed their union and, in effect, joined them in marriage. Understandably shaken, Charles Lehman utters a powerfully simple prayer, “If it is to be, let it be.” Shortly after, he begins to be awakened early each morning, at the time mystics say the veil between worlds is thinnest, to receive vivid memories in a flood of images, words, and emotions. These memories constitute the main text of The Book of Andrew, an astonishing Past-Life Memoir, Witness of a Gay Apostle.

The editor is being interviewed in this video.
 

Laron

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Sam Vause

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Has anyone here read this book? ...
I read it sometime last year. I was "thunder-struck" at it; it's a beautiful narrative, provides a completely different - and ultimately believable - narrative of past world history.

I may just pull it out and read it again, now that the Universe has reminded me of it....! ;)
 

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