Comments on Biography
I am trying to understand the Nokodemion line as multiple reincarnations of the same spirit in different material bodies or the 7 prophets. I remember reading about when in pure spiritual form you are neither man or woman but a whole being thus Billy is part of a whole or am I lost in space. :)
--Markvd 22:02, 7 October 2010 (BST)
Markvd, the spirit does not have a gender at all. Not even your spirit has a male or female sex. It's the body that takes on differently polarized sexes and traits, which is determined by the DNA, hormones, etc..
Did you know that many flowers actually contain both male and female sexual organs?
--Sanjin 04:19, 8 October 2010 (BST)
Thanks for the info Sanjin although I would think of flowers as women and men as something different like cave men.:)
--Markvd 05:02, 8 October 2010 (BST)
When I read that Jmmanuel was the 5th incarnation and Billy Meier was the 6th incarnation, I assumed Billy was claiming to be an incarnation of the same being as Jmmanuel (Jesus Christ?), what is the truth of the matter if this thought is a "dispicable imputation"? If Henoch,Elia, Jesaja, Jeremiah an Jmmanuel are the genuine prophets what is billy's attitude to Hosea, Micah, Joel and the other minor prophets and Ezekiel?
--Edinachman 08:55, 15 January 2011 (UTC)
Edinachman, you missed out Mohammed / Muhammad between Jmmanuel and Billy (see Prophets). The main thing about people who say Billy was incarnated as someone called Jesus is that it is simply not true because Jesus did not exist. I'm talking about the name Jesus. It is just accurate to say that "Billy's spirit form was previously incarnated as the personality called Jmmanuel, known falsely today as Jesus Christ". Where is the evidence for this? I feel that the evidence is a logical deduction from a multitude of various other pieces of evidences, available here and elsewhere. As for the other personalities you mentioned, "I dont know" is the answer but I haven't read all the books, booklets, contact reports and other pieces of info yet so the answer could still be within your reach.
--Jamesm 10:46, 16 January 2011 (UTC)