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Lanoo Kai is an anthropologist majoring in ancient civilizations and religious studies. He has been dedicated to discover the sources of their knowledge for over twenty years. The word Lanoo itself comes from the Sanskrit language, it means 'student'. It was near the heart of the world where the sacred rhythms of life flourish and where Mother Nature is venerated to the highest degree that the second gospel of Judas crossed his path. To avoid any confusion with the Coptic version published by National Geographic Society (NGS) in 2006 he gave the subtitle to the book, The Missing Chapters. The Missing Chapters also fills in a lot of the major questions that were left unanswered in the (NGS) publication such as why was Judas directed to perform the betrayal? Why the number 30 related to the 30 coins accepted by Judas to hand over Jesus? Why were they silver? For this it is necessary to understand some basic things about alchemy and cabala, a codified language in which the bible and many sacred books were written in, to guard and preserve knowledge from those who would corrupt it. The strategy for the survival of ancient knowledge and text is that if people don’t understand what is written they are far less likely to erase or alter it.
The Christian bible is a book written by initiates for other initiates. To guide them into the understanding and practicing of the Christic mysteries where simple belief is left far behind and replaced with direct experiences of the higher dimensions and the inherent divine powers that exist in all human beings.
Judas certainly had to have some form of objective spiritual psychology to be numbered amongst the group of twelve. What was it? What role if any does Judas play in the group besides a traitor?
These and more are answered with distinct clarity in The Gospel of Judas, The Missing Chapters