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The Disciple
     

The Disciple

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by Simon Hay
 

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The Disciple is a compelling biography about Jesus' birth, childhood and death. Simon Hay, after a life-altering encounter with spirit, revisits and remembers his past life as the disciple, Judas, and his role in Jesus' life. Simon's story will amaze and challenge 2000 years of belief.

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The Disciple is a compelling biography about Jesus' birth, childhood and death. Simon Hay, after a life-altering encounter with spirit, revisits and remembers his past life as the disciple, Judas, and his role in Jesus' life. Simon's story will amaze and challenge 2000 years of belief.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780987473103
Publisher:
Simon Hay
Publication date:
02/15/2013
Pages:
244
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

Meet the Author

Simon, previously a plumber, is now a healer, a medical intuitive and a medium. Simon travels throughout Australia, and the world, undertaking healings and connecting people to spirit. Consistently, amazing health responses occur during healings, and he's well respected in the field of energy healing.
Simon was born in New Zealand and played representative rugby as a teen. As an adult he did karate for many years, but he has since retired. His abs disappeared, but his sense of humor is resilient.
When Simon is not out of his body he can be found playing darts and pool with his partner and family. He enjoys camping, watching movies, discovering new authors, and scares easily-a trait family and friends exploit. Dogs and old ladies like him-it's a mystery.
Discover more about his amazing life and work here: http://www.simonhay.com/

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The Disciple 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
IBEREADIN More than 1 year ago
So hold on to your hats when you sit down to read this one! Be prepared to have a few raised eyebrows, a lot of questions, and for the skeptic, answers that may not satisfy. This book focuses on Simon Hay, who started out as a plumber and after an out of body experience recounts “trances” of spirits  including Jesus, Mary Magdalene, John the Baptist, and Hay’s spirit guide Gegu. Simon learns through these “trances” that 2000 years ago he was Judas, and betrayed Jesus. He lays out in the pages an incredible story, that may offend some believers, and leave others questioning their beliefs about Jesus and his life. Hay also shares quite openly that not everyone (even a few in his own circle of friends) believe in entirety, everything he’s related from “trance” . However those in his group do believe he is a superior medium. So at the end of the day, it is left to the individual reader to decide if Hay is who he claims to be, or if he is another in a stream of faith healers or mystics who believe they were someone famous in a past life. The book is well laid out, and the progression of information does build the story in a well thought out format. Not being, overly well versed in the entire biblical story of Jesus and not versed at all in “trance” writing, this book left this reviewer struggling at times to  keep track of who is who, and where they fit into the story. This is no discredit to Hay or his writing ability; its just the reader may want to bush up on their biblical history a bit before plunging in. It is evident however that Simon Hay believes what he has written, and at  the end of the book, the reader will need to decide on their own as to his credibility. One surprise in this book, is the amount of sexually related details and stories that the spirits provide to Simon as they share their life stories. Some of these details are quite graphic and a bit unsettling in places. Hay also speaks in places on very taboo subjects for many christian’s such as homosexuality, virginity and Hay sends very clear messages with this book on what he believe’s to be Jesus’ take on these subjects.