Editor: Disciple of the Master
Publisher: Health Research, 1974
This writing of the Christian Dispensation is one of the most ancient and complete of early Christian fragments, preserved in one of the monasteries of the Buddhist monks in Tibet, where it was hidden by some of the Essene community for safety from the hands of corrupters. The original of this reprint marked the first time that it had been translated from the Aramic. The contents clearly show it to be an early Essenian writing.
This gospel was not addressed to the heathen, but chiefly to the true followers of Jesus in the early days of the Church of Jerusalem. The editors feel that, like all other inspired writings, these from within the Veil must be taken on their own internal evidence of Higher Teaching.
The Contents lists a Prologue, ninety-six Chapters, and the Epistle of Apollos the Prophet.