Easter Sunday

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Easter Sunday new life

Tomorrow, various traditions around the world will observe Easter Sunday. What is Easter? Here’s Spirit’s perspective.


The religious cultures many of you have experienced have misled you on the true meaning of Easter.

You were taught Jesus suffered and died an agonizing death on the cross—all to atone for your “sins.”

We realize what we’re saying here will certainly be controversial among some, perhaps even blasphemous.

But Jesus did not die for your sins. He never had any intention of doing that.

He experienced what many perceive to be an intensely painful ordeal, and then he died.

But that is all a myth. Really, it is a lie the powers that be (and were) heaped upon you for their own dark motives. The experience of what you see as the agony of suffering and death did not happen.

Yes, Jesus had an experience. But it is not what you have been taught it was.

He chose that experience to prove to you there is no death. He did not suffer physical pain. He was able to shift his consciousness to the point he felt no pain at all. And he certainly did not die for “sins” you have never committed.

So what is “death” if it is not real? Only this:

You will all die to your old selves—the selves you, as your ego mind, see. You will arise from the “dead” of illusion to your new life as your true selves.

The resurrection is not a raising from the dead. It is simply proof there is no death. You have simply been given new, clear vision of your true identity as a child of God/Goddess.

It’s that simple.

Life is eternal. Death is an illusion.

Copyright © 2020 by John Cali and Berna Copray
Edited by Berna Copray


In this interesting video Joey Papa gives us some perspective on the true meaning of eternal life.

Please share your thoughts with us in the comments below.


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4 Responses

  1. Jeannie

    It is amazing what the church has with held. How it pushed away truth to create such un-truths.

    I would suggest The Gospel of Judas, written 1600 years ago and lay hidden in Egypt. It’s authenticated by The National Geographic Society.

    How do you know you are alive, how do you know your dead? Seems we are both and neither for death is a doorway and life is the entrance. We come and go and sometimes I question which state I am in. Kind of weird I know.

    yet our essence our spirit spans both life and death. A little turn of our minds will give us a much wider view of who we are, where we are and what we are.

    I hope this makes some kind of sense

    Remember nothing, no person, no disease can touch you unless you allow it by fear and doubt.

    Rise and feel your energy soar as it swirls within you and allow it to flow outward into the world. You are that energy, that power and you are loved 🙂

    love and hugs

    • John Cali

      Thanks very much, Jeannie. You make perfect sense.

      This is a time of awakening on our planet. I believe we will all eventually realize who we are and why we are here.

      Love & hugs,

  2. John Cali

    Thank you, Tracy.

    I watched a movie about Mary Magdalene some years ago — maybe it was the same one you saw.

    My spirit guides have always said God is within us. They have even said we ARE God. When more humans understand that, all the world’s problems will vanish.

    Berna and I were brought up Roman Catholic, but are no longer religious. Easter is for us as with you — a family time to celebrate life.

    All is well and healthy here, thank you. I hope with you too.

    Much love,

  3. Tracy

    Hello John! That was a wonderful video. Just yesterday, I watched the movie Mary Magdalene and felt so inspired about Jesus speaking of the kingdom within us. Exactly as this video was saying. It IS within us, always within reach. I’m not a religious person, so Easter has always been a way for my family to just be together, connecting with each other, celebrating Life. I hope you’re doing well and staying healthy! Much love to you.

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