An Irish clergyman, Rev. G. J. Ouseley claims to have discovered the Original
Gospel from which the present Four Gospels were derived, which, he says,
was "preserved in one of the Buddhist monasteries in Tibet, where it was
hidden by some of the Essene Community for safety from the hands of the
corrupters, and is now for the first time translated from the Aramaic."
This statement was made by Rev. Ouseley in a preface to his publication
of this Gospel, in a book entitled "Gospel of the Holy Twelve." E. F. Udny,
in an introduction to this work, writes:
"At the time of the corruption of the Gospels, the Epistles and Revelation'
were presumably already in existence, and if the Gospels were tampered
with, so no doubt was the rest of the New Testament, which is now equally
destitute of the teachings removed from the Gospels. It may well be that
uncorrupted copies of the Epistles and Revelation were similarly sent by
the Essenes to the safety of a Buddhist monastery, and that, when the world
has assimilated to the New Gospel, those, too, may be give us."
Rev. Ouseley claims that he received a transcription Of the Original Gospel
from a Buddhist monastery in Tibet where it is preserved. In this documant the teachings
of Jesus includes an admonition for his followers to practice the seventh day sabbath, non-violence to all living creatures and the secret to eternal life.
"The early Christian Fathers did well their work of destroying the sources
and records from which they gathered the information and data put by them
in the Bible. But they failed to destroy it all. Some escaped, and as it
is discovered here and there by patient research workers, it is astonishing
to see how the world has been deceived by the Christian Fathers.
"The Original Gospel is preserved in one of the Buddhist monasteries in
Tibet, and is written in Aramaic. These 'correctors' (men authorized to
'correct' the text of Scripture in the interests of what was considered
orthodoxy) cut out of the Gospels with minute care certain teachings of
Our Lord's which they did not propose to 'follow, namely, those against
flesh eating, such as accounts of our Lord's interference, on several occasions,
to save animals from ill treatment, and even the interesting and important
teachings ever prominent in Eastern scriptures."
We have referred elsewhere to the "correctors" who were hired by the Church
Fathers at the Council of Nicea to alter the original text of the Gospels,
leaving out those doctrines that were obnoxious to their emperor, Constantine,
whom they desired to convert to Christianity, which he opposed. Chief among
these objectionable doctrines were the prohibition against the use of flesh
meat and alcohol, and the recommendation of kindness to animals, all of
which constituted the fundamental doctrines of the teachings of Christ.
On this point Udny writes: "The great significance of the corruption of
the Text lies rather in the nature of the matter struct out by the 'correctors'
than in the amount. It is evident that the 'correctors' and those who appointed
them were at least unwilling to denounce their beef and beer, a convenient
alliteration for flesh and alcohol."
In the original Sanscrit and Aramaic gospel, the duty of abstaining from
meat and wine were emphasized, while in the later versions, it was omitted.
Since those who founded the Christian Church, like their emperor, Constantine,
were meat eaters and drinkers of wine, naturally they were opposed to these
doctrines, whose acceptance would involve a revolutionary transformation
of their living habits, they interpreted the first promise to mean, "Thou
shalt not kill". implying that the commandment applied only to humans and
that the slaughter of animals was not killing.
The Original Gospel, representing the teachings of Christ, the Lord of
Love, taught harmlessness and compassion to all living beings, including
both animals and humans. For reasons above stated, the Roman Churchmen
at Nicea opposed these doctrines and eliminated them from the Gospels,
which they radically changed so as to be acceptable to Constantine, who
loved the red meats and flowing wine of his midnight feasts too much to
accept a religion that prohibited these pleasures, which was a main reason
why he so bitterly persecuted the early Christians who advocated these
doctrines. For this reason the Church Fathers changed the Gospel in such
a way that Love and Compassion were limited only to human beings but the
animal expressions of life were excluded from receiving these benefits.
But the savior of the Original Gospel, as Christ were represented to be,
was a redeemer of the animal world, as he was of men, seeking to alleviate
the sufferings of all living beings.
"The all pitying love of Our Savior embraces not only mankind, but also
the so-called lower creatures of God, sharers with us of the one breath
of life, and with us on the road of ascent to that which is higher. Never
has the providence with which the All-Merciful watches over man and beast
alike been more impressively brought home to us than in the saying of the
Savior, 'Are not five sparrows sold for two farthings, but not one of them
is forgotten by God'. How were it possible to doubt that the Savior
would have pity and compassion on the creatures who must bear their pain
in silence? Would it not seem a blasphemy if it were said that He would
behold without pity or succor the ill-treatment of helpless animals? Nay,
rather, when he brought redemption to a world sunk in selfishness, hard
heartedness and misery, and proclaimed the gospel of all embracing love,
there was a share in this redemption for all suffering creatures; since
when man opened his heart to the divine love, there could be no room left
in it for pitiless hardness toward the other creatures of God, who have,
like himself, been called into life with a capacity for enjoyment and suffering.
'Those who bear the mark of the Redeemer practice His all pitying love;
and how little it is that the minimum of compassion for helpless creatures
demand of us; Only not to inflict on them torture; to help them when they
are in trouble, or when they appeal to us for succor, and if of necessity
we take their life, to let it be a speedy death with the least pain-a gentle
sleep. But, alas, how little we are penetrated with these divine lessons
of mercy and compassion. How many grievous tortures are inflicted on them,
under the pretense of science, or to gratify an unnatural appetite, or
cruel lusts, or the promptings of vanity!"
We shall now present the Original Gospel claimed by Rev. Ouseley to have
been preserved since the early centuries of our era in a Buddhist monastery
in Tibet, which expounds the doctrines of Christ on universal compassion,
vegetarianism and kindness to animals (involving abolition of animal sacrifices).
Of which teachings the barbarous practice of animal sacrifices, which was
recommended by the Old Testament, a book accepted as holy and divinely
inspired by both the Jews and Christians, was abolished and rejected by
the New Christian Church, so that it never played a part in Christianity
as it did in original Judaism.
After the Council of Nicea, when this gospel was changed to suit Constantine,
as well as converted into Four Gospels, "Jesus Christ" while his humane,
vegetarian and pacifistic doctrines were largely eliminated and replaced
by a false supernaturalism.
Rev. G. J. Ouseley
In 1881 an English minister, Rev. G. J. Ouseley, got hold of a hitherto
unknown, not rewritten evangelical text. This uncorrupted text has century
after century been secured from all falsification in a buddistic monastary
in Tibet, since the day a man has hidden it there, an man of the Essene
society. Ouseley translated the Aramaic text and gave it the name The Gospel
of the Holy Twelve. It has later been translated into German.
During the last century also many old fragments of the gospel have come
into light. Some of them have been found in old libraries and other from
excavations. These fragments are called Logins or Agraphas. They a older
than and more original than the canonized gospels. Their great value is
due to the fact that they are uncorrupted. The curious thing is, however,
that many parts of these fragments mostly agree, word for word, with the
Gospel of Ouseley, though they are completely missing in the canonical
The Hungarian physician, Prof. Edmond Szekely, found some ten years ago
a evangelical text in the royal library in Wien, written in old Slavonian
language; he copied it. Later he found the original to the old Slavonian
translation in the Vatican library. The original, that was translated into
the Slavonian language, was written in Aramaic, Szekely in 1937 published
the parts which deal with the health of the human body, about 1/8th of
the text. His pamphlet was published in German under the name of Heliand.
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