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Emmanuel

Emmanuel, an entity who speaks through channel Pat Rode-gast, emerged in the early 1980s as a being of golden light. Once he was comfortable with Emmanuel's presence, Rodegast worked with Emmanuel regularly, and some of the material from the channeling sessions were published in 1985 as Emmanuel's Book: A Manual for Living Comfortably in the Cosmos.

Emmanuel emphasizes a message of humans coming into a new relationship with God as co-creators. Separation from God had served a purpose and was now coming to an end. The clarity and simplicity with which Emmanuel spoke attracted popular New Age teacher Baba Ram Dass (Richard Alpert ), who backed Rodegast in her channeling activity and wrote the introduction to Emmanuel's Book. He was convinced of Emmanuel's reality because of the perceived differences between Rodegast and her channeled entity.

Sources:

Rodegast, Pat, and Judith Stanton. Emmanuel's Book: A Manual for Living Comfortably in the Cosmos. New York: Some Friends of Emmanuel, 1985.

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Emmanuel

Emmanuel the name (also Immanuel) given to Christ as the deliverer of Judah prophesied by Isaiah, as in Isaiah 7:14, Isaiah 8:8, and Matthew 1:23, ‘Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us.’

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Emmanuel (Byzantine and Portuguese rulers)

Emmanuel: For Byzantine and Portuguese rulers thus named, use Manuel.

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Emmanuel (in the Bible)

Emmanuel, in the Bible: see Immanuel.

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