Yeshu’a is an intimate autobiographical account in novel form, of the hidden life of Jesus. Detailing his family life and Initiate training, the lost years, and the Essenes in a tender, caring voice, Yeshu’a as well reveals the true history of the world and speaks of the transformational times in which we now live.
It also tells a different story of his short ministry in Palestine than is given by the canonical Gospels. From Egypt, Qumran, Mt. Carmel, the Druids of Albion, and the Orient, to his relationship with his Beloved Magdalen, Yeshu’a will shock some in their orthodox beliefs, but ultimately Jesus’ message of unconditional love and universal forgiveness comes through loud and clear: We are all Christ.
The son of a U.S. diplomat, Pietro de la Luna grew up in Africa, Europe, and the United States. He has also lived in England, the U.S., and France, and traveled widely as an adult. He received BA degrees in music and history, and has enjoyed a successful music career. He has also written articles for various progressive organizations.
Pietro de la Luna is also the author of Yeshua (Book One)