The Gospels – The Gospel According to John
The Word became flesh and dwelt amongst us
John 1:14 And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, full of grace and truth; we have beheld his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father.
The expression “the Word was made flesh” refers to the incarnation of Jesus. This incarnation is not as man has pictured it. In fact man has not pictured anything at all. There is no clear explanation from anyone as to how the incarnation came about or as to what actually happened. According to the book “In the Light of Truth”, the Grail Message by Abd-ru-shin, an Immaculate Conception is a conception in purest love in contrast to a conception in sinful lust.
When a couple comes together in the purest love for each other then the conception that takes place is an immaculate physical conception. They did not come together through wild lust for each other but through the greatest love but this is, however, so rare amongst human beings that a special emphasis had to be placed on it. The radiation that comes from such a union is pure and so is the physical body that develops from such a union.
Now quite aside from an immaculate physical conception, there is also an immaculate spiritual conception. An Immaculate Spiritual Conception is that which involves the direction entrance of a Part out of God into a developing physical body. The strength and purity of this Light connection being directly out of God makes this an Immaculate Spiritual Conception. An immaculate physical conception forms the basis for an Immaculate Spiritual Conception. Once the physical body was developing in such circumstances, it was easy for a direct Radiation out of God to reach down and enter the developing physical vessel in Mary.
This is why the events of the Annunciation were so important. Without this event a gap in our knowledge would have formed which would have made it impossible to piece the events surrounding the birth of Jesus together. As explained above, the Annunciation brought about a spiritual upheaval in Mary. It helped to purify her intuitive perceptions and remove all thoughts of a base nature. She therefore bore purity within herself as a result of this event. This condition of her soul made an immaculate physical conception possible. Her intuition was pure and her coming together with a man was not accompanied by any base thoughts. It could not be because all she was occupied with was the expectation of a Divine Grace.
With an immaculate physical conception guaranteed, an Immaculate Spiritual Conception could then take place. This involved the direct Radiation connection from God all the way to the developing physical body in the womb of Mary. This was then the entrance of a Part of God, a core of Divinity that is God’s into the developing physical vessel. This was then the Incarnation of Jesus. This is then the process of the Word of God which is a Part of God becoming Flesh. It took on a physical body and appeared on earth as Jesus Christ.