Star Games and the Testament of Luke

Where is the author of the New Testament?

An Egyptian pharaoh ruled them all.  Who is it?

Cover-ups occur throughout the middle ages.  When it occurs on American soil the story changes multiple times and when it involves Jesus the story is bound to change.

Celebrities are often their own worst enemy, especially when it involves their alter ego and power hungry selflessness.  Fame, and all their idle thoughts, only lead one astray both onto, and off of, a spiritual path that benefits the self and others.

When we fabricate a story we have to be careful of the story we tell ourself.  Far too often we find ourselves believing an untruth, a fictional role grounded in reality, sparsed with fantasy and eagerly sought-after for the fame addicted ego.  Where does the self abide when there is no role to follow?  When there are no rules remaining...

The mask an actor wears reflects the truth - for a short time only.  Then it fades away.  An impermanent truth that's here to entertain the audience.  And enlighten us as a whole.

Luke is really Jesus and we've known that since 1977.  Two years after my birth and forty before we know what happens next.  The force awakens it is - we'll see about that.  And we'll see about Leia and Luke and their sidekick Han.

There's a spiritual truth in all of this and it's fictionalized.  It's reel-to-reel nonstop action set atop the Milky Way galaxy, or maybe it was the Andromeda.  Wherever that galaxy is, it was brought to you by a Pleiadian culture and a visionary George Lucas and helped define my generation, that of Generation X.  Everyone I knew loved Star Wars and snubbed the Star Trek loving fan as that of something from another planet.  We were with Luke and that stood for everything.

How could Jesus be a Gen-X'er?  What kind of spiritual truth could Luke be espousing?

Lost is false and all underlying truth is fiction.  It's malleable, like your mind and can achieve a great deal of pointless suffering - if that's what you set your mind out onto.

We argue the facts and prophecies of the New Testament without realizing how they might translate in the 21st century.  Maybe they already exist, maybe they already happened, but we didn't see a bearded Jesus flying from the sky in a vast attempt to save the entirety of humanity and we didn't see a dragon being slayed by a Prince - but it happened.  It's a fictional reality that exists somewhere between the realities of a spiritual visionary and the responsibilities of a mundane life.

There are historical facts surrounding the New Testament and there are spiritual truths that are still relevant today.  A lot of the original content was left up to the authors, just like today, and a lot of the spiritual paradigms that Jesus represents are best found in his original prophecies.  There is information found in the Gospel of Luke that is Pleiadian-specific and has more relevance as we draw closer to Judgement.  It's somewhere between unreal and true and makes false prophecy all that much more true.

If Luke is lost - where is his master?