Jesus reborn now and Sai Baba?
Posted by robertpriddy on May 31, 2013
There seem to be no limits to the enormous incredulity of so many grown people in accepting the most laughable falsehoods. Now we are told that Jesus together with Mary Magdalena has been reborn in Australia and they have succeeded in attracting a following.
Amusingly, while Alan John Miller claims he is Jesus come again, Sathya Sai Baba famously claimed he was the Father who sent Jesus to earth! Otherwise, the cult that is forming has many similarities to the Sathya Sai Baba cult.
The two cults competing cults compare briefly thus:-
As Sathya Sai Baba claimed, Miller holds that he also knows The Divine Truth. While Sai Baba said he was God who created everything, thereby also the truth itself, Miller is but the son of the Father, but still knows equally well, don’t you know.
Both of them preach love in the heart as the overall panacea to all ills. If only it were that easy… but consider the world as it is and how little religions or countless billions of loving prayers have managed to stop or hinder warfare, criminality, violence, corruption and all many sufferings caused by human beings.
Of course, 150 persons at a seminar is not yet even close to the quarter of a million visitors plus to Sai Baba’s biggest birthday bashes. Yet the technique of drawing people in, indoctrinating them, is always much the same. One big catch is the same pretence of liberality: SB did not demand anything of their followers, but – like Miller – he most willingly accepted voluntary donations. The question is, why would Jesus want to accept money, one wonders?
If Miller really had been Jesus on the cross and did remember it very clearly, then let him prove that he spoke Aramaic… surely he would remember his words at the Last Supper, and on the Cross, and could pronounce them perfectly for Aramaic scholars? He would then be more credible even than Sathya Sai Baba, whose self-attributed ‘omniscience, omnipotence and omnipresence’ did not stop him making countless factual, historical, scientific and other laughable blunders. One strange shortcoming in Miller’s account of meeting great people in the spirit worlds is that he omits having met God, neither in the person of his father, nor Sai Baba nor masquerading as anyone else!