Local author’s book reinterprets Jesus’ teachings
April 12, 2012
WINTER PARK – “Jesus vs. Christianity: The Myth of Heaven and Hell”, a book of spirituality by Winter Park author Michael Dybicz, seeks to distinguish the common understanding of Jesus and His message from the truth through an in-depth analysis of His teachings.
Dybicz ties the current understanding of quantum physics and the benefits of contemporary past life regression to several ancient Jesus sources.
According to the author, the actual teachings of Jesus to His disciples have been misunderstood due to their mixing with Greco-Roman elements shortly after the crucifixion, an effort led in part by Paul, a counterfeit apostle and bitter adversary of the real apostles of Jesus. Based on a thorough study of Jesus in the gospels and other ancient documents, Dybicz’ book documents that Jesus never presented himself as the only Son of God nor as offering a path to heaven based on the atonement of sins through His crucifixion.
Rather, He was an enlightened being who taught that we are all connected on the quantum level to the Source of All, evolving gradually through reincarnation. We accelerate our movement toward His enlightened state by following His message, which included the benefits of remembering our prior incarnations.
“Because our biggest challenges often originate with unresolved prior life events, Jesus taught that remembering our key prior life events represents a shortcut to understanding and resolving our most agonizing problems,” says Dybicz.
Starkly challenging traditional Christianity, the book calls for Christian leaders to stop covering up the facts about the “Enlightened One” so that people can experience the benefits of Jesus’ message. Written to engage, educate and inspire, the book is intended to appeal to readers interested in the true story of early Christianity and the teachings of the enlightened Jesus.
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About the author
Michael Dybicz was born in 1952 in a suburb of Chicago, raised as a Catholic and attended Milliken University, where he met his wife Marcia and earned a degree in accounting. After five years with a public accounting firm in Chicago, he moved to Winter Park and became the owner of a property and rental management company.
In the mid-1990s, Dybicz began research in the human energy field, quantum physics, past life regression and early Christianity. He developed Metatones, a sound technology that synchronizes brain waves and the human energy field. Metatones is in use in over 30 countries. His research on various topics including “life between life” regression, behavioral genetics and Jesus has continued to this day, with the publication of several booklets and his first book, “Jesus vs. Christianity: The Myth of Heaven and Hell.” Dybicz continues to reside with his wife in Winter Park.