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Judas Iscariot: Traitor or Hero? Firsthand Account Reveals What Really Happened


SAN FRANCISCO – After the highly-publicized discovery of the lost Gospel of Judas, and its revelation that Jesus asked Judas to betray him, another Christian Gnostic text about Judas has quietly risen to prominence – it was published decades before the unearthing of the Judas gospel, but correlates with it precisely. Newly translated, The Flight of the Feathered Serpent by Armando Cosani contains what appears to be Judas’ own secret teachings. Revealing further insight into the lives of Jesus and Judas, it gives a firsthand account of what really happened in those critical events that shaped human history, bringing to light new and remarkable spiritual teachings.

“Judas, beloved of my heart, what you have seen, keep it quiet, for my hour has not yet arrived. And it is necessary that destiny is fulfilled, and you will help me in it.”
Jesus, The Flight of the Feathered Serpent

It begins with the true story of journalist Armando Cosani, who in WWII meets a mysterious man – who never reveals his name – that becomes his greatest friend. Book 1 is the journalist’s account of the profound teachings he receives from his friend, that unfold in his very own life. Books 2 and 3 are the secret writings this man left Armando to publish. They describe with great poetry and symbolism the path to awakening, and offer a deep insight and inspiration for anyone searching to uncover the mystery and incredible purpose of life. However, the most astonishing part is that it parallels the Gospel of Judas’ account of the reason behind the betrayal despite being recorded some 50 years before the Judas gospel was pieced together and translated. Did this information somehow survive beyond the pages of the ancient gospel? Who has known these hidden teachings, and what secrets -- once concealed -- are now revealed?

“It deserves to be ranked among the great spiritual classics of all time, it’s that good. You can read it again and again and each time extract some more jewels of wisdom.”
Mark H. Pritchard (Belzebuub), spiritual teacher and author

Armando Cosani worked as a journalist during WWII, and upon his friend’s request, published in 1953 in the Spanish language the writings that make up The Flight of the Feathered Serpent.


 The Gospel of Judas
 Gnostic Coptic Codex
 Early Christianity
 The Life of Jesus

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