The InLight Radio Team, which includes several editors of the blog, has discussed the recent disconnect between Matthew and Jesus. I’m going to give my own personal view of the matter, not claiming to speak for anyone else. And this is probably the last I will say on the subject, if you’d allow me.
First of all, let me say that I have the greatest respect for Suzy Ward and Linda Dillon. None of this, from my point of view, is about the channels who faithfully record what is given to them.
The disconnect, from my standpoint, is between Matthew and Jesus. My request of them both, and I say this with all humility and respect, is that they sit down together and resolve the apparent disjuncture and communicate through a third channel (John Smallman perhaps, if he’s agreeable) the answer to the question of the crucifixion.
In my opinion, the time is past to think that we cannot speak to both of them through a communication medium such as this blog. My understanding is that the discussions of lightworkers are avidly read in the higher dimensions. So I consider it definite that they will read my words. And they also know that I have no iron in the fire save that of having clarity around an important matter such as this.
That answer may revolve around matters that we know nothing about such as timelines or etheric bodies, etc. Or it may be that there are matters they cannot discuss. I have no idea. But it’s discomfiting to many of us, I think, to see two such respected beings in disagreement.
On the disconnect itself:
When I sat as a decision-maker on refugee claims, a large part of my job was to try facts and weigh evidence. I find myself looking at this question from the standpoint of a trier of fact and a weigher of evidence.
In this situation, from my perspective, one fact of the matter is that Matthew through one channel has said that there was no crucifixion and Jesus through several channels has said that there was. I’m only referring at this moment to channels I regard as credible.
Another fact of the matter is that I don’t feel myself capable of knowing or deciding which version is true and correct. And I don’t consider myself capable of knowing whether some intervening variable is at play here, that I don’t know about, such as different timelines or etheric bodies, etc. So I do not have the power myself to resolve the question.
The historical record is the very thing that Matthew calls into question. Where it’s not skimpy and inconclusive, it’s often silent or biased. The historical record provides no comfort.
The Akashic records provide comfort but none of us can access them. Some people have viewed the crucifixion through the extraterrestrial device called the “Looking Glass,” but they were not sure whether it was Jesus or not who was crucified. So the use of that mechanism is inconclusive again.
If we were to ask other sources that we agree are credible for their views, we would only have more views that most people would simply add to one side of the question or the other. More opinion would not be conclusive, as far as I can see.
Moreover, we know that the celestials, ascended masters and galactics would probably not want to step into such a hornet’s nest. To do so would probably violate the universal laws. I’d imagine they would practice non-interference and non-judgmentalness.
Jesus himself has already spoken. To ask him again would probably only bring the same answer and might offend a very large number of people. I don’t see a point in going there. I also respect Matthew too much to want to put him on the spot. He too has already spoken.
What that means for me, when I consider the totality of the matter, is that I’m obliged to rest with the discomfort and dissonance of not knowing the truth and needing to wait for a time in which it’s explained – unless Jesus and Matthew themselves get together and communicate what’s so about the situation.
That isn’t a very satisfying resolution but I don’t see one, honestly speaking. I forfeit a small amount of happiness to having a situation in my life that I cannot resolve. But I see no way around it or through it.
So I apologize to you for not being able to offer you comfort. I intend to keep reading Matthew and Jesus on subjects other than the crucifixion because I respect both sources very much, but I’ll leave the matter, for myself, of the crucifixion in the folder called “disputed subjects” until the sources themselves make the matter plain. For the rest, I intend to carry on. I regret that I can’t see any other solution.
[I’ll be away Friday-Sunday visiting family.]