Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:53

(continued from last post)
John the Baptist meeting Jesus at the halfway mark. Jesus was from the age of 12 to the age of 30, no one knew where He was, but the moment He met John the Baptist that was the halfway mark. The two met and started the final conclusion of the emergence. It is that initiation, that inner contact between you and God that sets the final liberation. Thank you. (applause). Yes there are questions and answers or five minutes break?
Question: (can’t be heard)
Adano: He was crucified. The involvement of the disciple determines the death of the Master.
Question: Could you repeat that please?
Adano: The involvement of the disciples determine the death of the Master. A Master does not die because He wishes it, He fulfills the desires of those who wish His death. So their karma, their involvement is the one that determines how He dies. Remember He was with a group of people, His own people, “He came unto His own and they received Him not.” So in their rejection, they themselves in the involvement would determine His destruction. When they were offered a choice between Barabbas who was a guerrilla chieftain captured by the Romans and Jesus, what did they say? All they shouted was “Crucify Him” and when the disciples realized they were going to be strung up too, they all denied Him. So the death of a Master, anyone, is determined by the involvement of the disciples around that Master.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 0:53)