Yes, I do embrace New Age over Old Age books, 2,000 years out of date, compiled under the order of Constantine and edited, directed, and produced by the Catholic Church. I’m not that much into this kind of stuff though, because I have other interests and priorities.
The Old Testament books were written well before Jesus’ Incarnation, and all of the New Testament books were written by roughly the end of the first century A.D. But the Bible as a whole was not officially compiled until the late fourth century, illustrating that it was the Catholic Church that determined the canon—or list of books—of the Bible under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
Constantine called the Council of Nicea—the first general council of the Christian church, 325 A.D.—primarily because he feared that disputes within the church would cause disorder within the empire. The dispute in mind was Arianism, which was the belief that Jesus was a created being. The famous phrase they were disputing was, “There was when He was not.” This was in reference to Jesus and was declared heretical by the council and thus resulted in the following words about Christ in the Nicene Creed: “God from true God…from the Father…not made.” It was determined by the council that Christ was homoousia, meaning, one substance with the Father.
Popes were hardly the holy people that the Vatican would claim.
You should read THE CRIMINAL HISTORY OF THE PAPACY
Part 1, 2 and 3. It’s probably easiest to download from Nexus Magazine for cheap.
I was not a big reader of Jane Roberts’ books, as Seth was about as clear as the old books that make up the bible. I do know people that read most, or all of her books though including one of my brothers.
I and others, I know, do not make a religion out of this, or Edgar Cayce, or Robert Monroe readings. Its more about widening an expansion of ideas and entertaining other beliefs beyond the stuff we were indoctrinated with over our formative years.
I mentioned Jane’s channeled entity/personality Seth saying that Christ was not crucified because it seemed to be further confirmation of Courtney Brown’s students’ remote viewing sessions that Jesus had a stand-in for his crucifixion. Anyway, it was an interesting session .
My advice to you is to expand your mind and keep up with the times. Read a couple of Michael Newton’s books. The Papacies edited, worked over, and deleted books from the old bibles are like a “rabbit hole” that leads to nowhere in my world, but is maybe good enough for others in their world.