CELIBACY                      

 Jesus  in the astral is happily married with four children, three boys and a girl. In the later part of the 20th century the issue of priestly celibacy and child sexual abuse was brought to public awareness by the news media which in 1990 compelled Jesus to make a statement by coming to Earth. He was born as the child a Catholic priest, placed in an orphanage where he has been sexually abused by a high ranking member of the Catholic clergy, then in 1997 stabbed to death by his abuser. The whole thing was properly covered up, as it would by church authorities, even his grave behind the church is unmarked. We stayed in touch telepathically throughout his ordeal. I recorded it in Ch. 34 of my book. Not much escapes me telepathically, the more you want to hide the lauder you come through. The Church has their collective ears pricked, though. Those who would like to speak up are silenced by church rules, those who could, like the pope for example, will not.

 How ugly institutionalized religious life and the wow of celibacy can become is ably described by professor Hubert Wolf in his book  “The Nuns of Sant’Ambrogi” (Alfred A. Knopf, 2015). Of course every organization has its bad apples, I am convinced the vast majority of priests and nuns are honorable dedicated people.

Jesus back in the astral after his short presence among us, advised that celibacy should not be lightly discarded.  Those wishing to dedicate themselves to the Church might do it later in life after they have raised a family and are ready to enter into God’s service.

Often people entering priesthood or convent life have limited choices. They might be fleeing poverty or a dysfunctional family, often at a very young age when they should not be permitted to make such life altering decisions. For women it might be the only escape.

Sexuality is one of the basic instincts in the procreation process, we would not be here without it. The Catholic clergy in their religious fervor, while struggling with their own urges, demonized sexuality as evil and dirty, most likely because that is how they themselves felt when guilt ridden succumbed to it.

Celibacy and abstinence did have a vital role in society. Modern medicine is able to control venereal diseases that threatened the survival of mankind, but this is a relatively new development. Even as late as the 20th century we know of several famous artists, just the tip of the iceberg,  who ended up in insane asylums, their brains destroyed by syphilis. And the latest, the AIDS epidemic cost the lives of millions, also a sexually transmitted disease.

My question is, are we throwing the baby out with the bathwater? Catholics are fenced in by their centuries old, ancient dogmas. Yet, these very same people have no qualms about modern convenience like driving a car, boarding an airplane, radiation therapy for their cancer, etc... I don't recall seeing the pope riding a donkey, as Jesus have done. Bishops are perfectly all right flying to Rome on jet planes, yet they will not address the limitations imposed by dogmas. 

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