The Star of Bethlehem

early Christianity would probably be the only effective solution to resolve the present-day conflict between the Church and people that has the effect that more and more people leave the Church. It is a shame that a lot of people probably also leave Christianity by falsely assuming that the Church promotes the true doctrine of JESUS CHRIST. Church and true Christianity are in fact two different things! Many of the original agnostics held the opinion that JESUS taught his disciples the doctrine of reincarnation, but that he had not publicly talked about it. John 16, Verse 12 states for instance: “I have still a lot to tell you, but you can presently not deal with it.” B : What is fairer about the doctrine of reincarnation than what the Church teaches us? G : The doctrine of reincarnation is not just fairer than the doctrine of eternal damnation that is one of the Church’s dogmas, but it also offers a lot more hope. Absolute justice is only possible through reincarnation! – No soul is lost for ever; every soul is saved at the end. It is just a question of time. Some souls apparently like long detours. The doctrine of eternal damnation is not just a blasphemous contradiction to GOD’S LOVE, but also a human declaration of incapacity on behalf of GOD! – HE apparently is not capable of saving all souls. This is basically the consequence of the Church’s opinion. Eternal punishment in hell would not only be bereft of any justified relationship to the delinquency, namely having to eternally suffer for a few years of evil behaviour, but rather a failure of the CREATOR! B : What do you think, - does one have to incarnate or is it a decision that is subject to one’s own will? G : Free will has nothing to do with reincarnation and with karma, only our deeds have. All human beings can choose the way they want to act. But every deed has repercussions and leads to consequences. We will always reap the things we sowed before. Good deeds have good outcomes and evil deeds have evil outcomes. Karma can basically not be assessed like this. Everyone will receive back in equal measure the things they once gave. When I choose to act in one way or another, I also automatically choose the consequences. B : What gives one the incentive to want to incarnate again? G : We do not reincarnate because of an “incentive” but because we want to develop ourselves further. Reincarnation, with its associated LAW of KARMA, is a school for the soul. Its main doctrine is the one about unqualified LOVE for one’s fellow men. When we comprehend on a soul level that all human beings are our siblings, stemming from the same divine LIGHT, and if we live accordingly, we have achieved one of the essential conditions for no longer having to incarnate again. One further condition is that we have reconciled with our former perpetrators and victims. – Karma is neither punishment nor revenge. When I experience something physically later on that I expected others to put up with, I learn how wrong it is on a mental level and I will hopefully never do it again. Karma is also not a blind law. When I gain my own discernment and change of mind, an analogous lesson becomes superfluous. A lot of people unfortunately look for justification and excuses first and they do not want to admit that they committed an injustice. These souls will have to learn their lessons whether they want to or not. As the saying goes: “Those who refuse to follow the rules shall feel the consequences!” B : Who in the WORLD of SPIRIT decides whether or how one is reincarnated again? Are there any insights about this? G : We, ourselves help to decide the “program” of the new incarnation. This however on the level of our HIGHER SELF, that is to say, the inner, divine CORE of the soul. We are still in possession of our ego between two incarnations, but it does not have the same power over us as in the third dimension of matter. On the level of its HIGHER SELF, a soul knows the kind of incarnation it must accept in order to continue with its development – even if the ego is not happy about it. Our simple three-dimensional mind is our terrestrial resistance when it comes to possibly accepting and acknowledging superior, higher-dimensional PLANES of existence. Comparable to a father sending his son to school so he can make something of himself. The son however balks at this and doesn’t want to go. The father in this parable can be equated with the HIGHER SELF and the son with the ego. B : Does one chose the next incarnation completely free of coercion or are there certain things to take into consideration? G : When we die, we have virtually selected our next incarnation already. The things one was not prepared to admit or to acknowledge during one’s last embodiment, things one rejected with justifications and excuses, are the things that are a part of the program of the next incarnation; something one usually fails the most in is LOVE