The Reappearance of the Christ
By Alice A. Bailey
Coming in Autumn 2023
This will be the first of our Book Study Discussion Groups and what a way to start!
The Reappearance of the Christ, dictated to Alice Bailey in 1948 by Djwhal Khul, also known as The Tibetan, is, in our opinion, the most profound and easily understood discussion on who the Great Christ Spirit, most recently appearing on the Earth plane as Jesus of Nazareth, was as the Head of the Great Spiritual Hierarchy, working closely with The Buddha.
When one hears the term “reappearance of the Christ” or the “second coming of Christ”, one often thinks of the Book of Revelations, with its disturbingly graphic depictions of the final days, Armageddon, and the parousia of Jesus. This amazing book offers a completely and, in our opinion, a far more accurate depiction of the Christ and his yet-undetermined reappearance on the Earth plane.
- The Doctrine of the Coming One.
- Christ’s Unique Occasion.
- The Reappearance of the Christ.
- The Work of the Christ.
- The Teachings of the Christ.
- The New World Religion.
- Preparation for the Christ.
From this listing, we immediately see that the book focuses far more on the Spirit of the Great Christ than on the man, Jesus of Nazareth. It addresses Christ, the spiritual mission of the Christ, and Christ’s incarnation as Jesus, all from a cosmic perspective to which people of all faiths can relate.
Christ is not a Christian. Jesus was not a Christian. He was a Jewish rabbi who sought to bring the true Spirit of Divinity into the hearts of the people.
Amongst other issues, the book addresses the times and the culture of ancient Judea compared to the times and diversity of cultures in our present-day world with its ability to transmit information and news within a matter of minutes, in 1948, and within seconds today. The Tibetan explains this and helps us understand that, were the Christ to return, he or she would find a world almost universally different from that of ancient Jerusalem and have to confront issues vastly different from those of bygone days.