Vivus, The Third Book of
Celestine Light, is a monumental book containing 100
chapters detailing the life and teachings of Yeshua of
Nazareth during the time corresponding to the
extremely limited account in the Christian New
Vivus not only includes
many sermons and descriptions of profound miracles not
found in other books, but also fills in many lost
details to the sermons, miracles and accounts that are
mentioned in other documents.
In Vivus we get to
witness the evolution of both Yeshua and Miriam as
they both come to a full understanding of who they are
and the great power that comes with that knowledge to
both of them.
Yeshua calls twelve Apostles
or 'special witnesses' in Vivus, and Miriam, as one of
the twelve, becomes the 'Apostle to the Apostles.'
Throughout much of the
latter half of Vivus Yeshua is continually teaching
his Apostles the secrets and mysteries of the
Celestine Light by which all things are possible. In
the course of this we learn that the Earth is only one
of countless Earths and Yeshua explains many
paranormal activities and abilities, and how these can
be utilized and controlled by the Adepts of the
Children of Light.
Like Nexus, the chapters of
Vivus are chronological and are best read one after
the other, as there are often essential foundations
laid in earlier chapters that help you to better
understand the events in later chapters.