G: And why do you think you didn’t believe it?
J: Because there was a new rationale that made more sense to me.
G: That’s correct, and that initiated the awakening of the new possibilities, a new level of your development where your soul’s awakening and its consciousness is concerned. Do you see?
G: Exactly. And also keep in mind what you do not want to do. You do not want to create the information of Gabriel as a dogma. You do not want to create it as something that is imposed
upon anyone. You want to make it available to those who resonate with it, and they will find it.
That doesn’t mean you don’t do everything you can to get it out there to as many people as
possible. You see, it contains its own level of consciousness. Anyone who does not resonate with
that level of consciousness won’t go near it. They won’t even see it. They won’t even find it.
J: So perhaps this book, like the Conversations with God books and others that come along, will be a catalyst for the awakening of others.
J: I want to ask you about the Antichrist. There are so many references to it in Christian
G: If you are in resistance, you’re in fear. If you’re in fear, you are
opposing or anti-love.
Christ is love. Love is soul. Soul is Christ. Soul is love. Anything that is not of love is in
opposition to life, and, therefore, it is the Antichrist.
J: So it’s not some figure, some powerful person.
G: Again, you see all your different stories and myths in your Christian theology about
your relationship with God were all created by men. Let us repeat this as we have said many
times: religions are made by men. The Antichrist is simply resistance to love, to the movement of
life. It is unconsciousness. It is the destructive force of fear.
J: Is this another example of the misinterpretation of scripture?
G: Yes. Understand, people create religions. God did not create religions. God has no use
or need for religions. God does not have to explain itself. People create religions based on their
own agendas. You look at every single religion, and you will find the construction of the
religion, every one of them, is based upon a patriarchal system, a tribal system, a system of:
You’re Superdad. I’m the bad child. If I don’t do as you say, I’ll be punished. If I do as you say,
I’ll be rewarded.
J: I can certainly see how that perspective comes out of the patriarchal system. But it is
harder for me to understand why some things are not intrinsically good or bad.
G: No, they are not. That is a judgment of experience based upon something you have
created called pain and pleasure as a measuring stick of experiences that come about through
resistance to movement, resistance to change, resistance to life. That is all. That’s all you are
experiencing when you have, for instance, a Hitler who kills several million people. All he is
doing is mirroring your commitment to your resistance to life, not being good enough to live it.
Fighting the feeling of not being good enough. That is all. That is all that is taking place. All the
rest is judgment. That’s wrong. That’s bad. It’s simply people reacting to their wounding.