"Jesus of Nazareth, the Grand Master of our order, appeared at a time when the world was in the utmost Disorder, and among a people who for ages had groaned under the yolk of Bondage. He taught them the lessons of reason. To be more effective, he took the aid of Religion--of opinions which were current--and in a very clever manner, he combined his secret doctrines with he popular religion, and with the customs which lay to his hand. In these he wrapped up his lessons --he taught by parables. Never did any prophet lead men so easily and so securely along the road to liberty. He concealed the precious meaning and consequences of his doctrines; but fully disclosed them to a chosen few. Quoting: SHINING PROVIDENCE
Does not have ONE
clue as to what the Teaching of Jesus was.
1) Jesus taught Revelation, not
reason. It was the Pharisees who thought that they could understand the Revelations on the basis of human reason. They were wrong. And they are wrong today. The understanding that the Doctrine of "resurrection" is a Doctrine of 'Rebirth', and that Chapter 26, verse 19 of the Book of Isaiah
is a figurative description of the revelation of the memories of previous lives is understood by those who have themselves received
2) What Jesus taught were not his
"secret doctrines". His Teaching consisted of Knowledge Revealed through the Vision of the "Son of man" and the Revelation of "the resurrection"; also received by Moses, Isaiah, Daniel and Ezekiel. Much of that could already be found in the previous Revelations.
3) "liberty" was not the purpose of the Teaching of Jesus. His focus was on the Knowledge of Truth.
In short, the "precious meaning and consequences of his doctrines" was still
concealed from Adam Weishaupt.