#jesusdidnotlie

The hash tag #jesusdidnotlie was started in 2015 by author Jean P. du Plessis after he published Universal Gateway of Enlightenment: The 2nd coming of Jesus as Lord of the World in c. 78AD (available in print and ebook, from Amazon, Barnes and Noble and bookstores around the world).

The hash tag #jesusdidnotlie is used mostly by people who discuss whether Jesus lied when he said he would return within that generation, after the fall of Jerusalem, and in the East–or did he “change His mind” and rather inspired John in the 90s to write the Apocalypse thereby rerouting the Christians to wait for Armageddon, the genocide all non-Christians and the Quranic-styled end of the world where Christians will rule in peace (we have to keep in mind that all three Abrahamic religions each believe they will be the ones to be vindicated and all others annihilated, and they will be the new world rulers).

Wayism believes that Jesus did not lie, that He did return as the glorious spiritual being entitled (in Sanskrit literature) as Avalokiteshvara, in the years around c. 75AD. Wayists believe the Lotus Sutra revealed the Lord’s coming at that time as the Son of our Father in Heaven (Sukhavati), who teaches universal liberation for all sentient beings, and the Way of love, humility, simplicity and compassion. Iesous also taught the concepts behind the mantras Om Mani Padme Hum, and Gate Gate Paragate (from the PranjaParamita Scriptures).