- Book Review: Truth About Judas
Mysteries of the Judas Code Revealed (Hardcover) by Yitzhaq I. Hayut-Man. Amazon Link
I enjoyed the story of an ancient Judas Gospel, hidden in the sands of Egypt, discovered in our time, making it's torturous way to publication. Yes, it's worth reading, even for a first timer to criss-crossing cultural and historical references and mystical concepts.
It is the revealing of Judas through the Qabbalah (Kabbalah, Cabala) that kept me turning the pages. Hayut-Man suggests the recent publication of the Judas Gospel may have been planned by the Savior for our time.
The obscure Judas figure opens through historical research in to the Gospels, the Mysteries of the Jewish Qabbalah, with references to Gnostic knowledge, insights from Jung and Muslim architectural secrets.
Within these insights, the Traitor figure becomes the Insider and Secret Agent. Hayut-Man explains how and why the Judas is actually highly intelligent, singular in understanding his master's true intentions and remains under cover in fulfilling them. Secretly orchestrated by the Savior, with few but significant subtle messages, the Traitor plays a crucial role in the successful publishing of an intentionally Dramatic event, set to perpetually unfold through history, until the End Time.
The book also moves deeper within current debate around the possibility of a fourth secretly hidden figure within the Holy Trinity. The Church has obscured the unveiling of the Secrets, for centuries. Mystical Wisdom and the Fertile Divine Feminine, embodied as Earthly experience, points to current ecological and feminine considerations.
This book explains a much wider complexity surrounding early Gospel archetypes. And it does so more clearly than recent popular fictitious narratives.
According to The Truth About Judas, this late Gospels discovery and its provocative contents, point to a scenario of an End Time, in which we receive the original Wisdom, the Good News about Humanity, Earth and the Conclusive Historical Redemption.
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