Of course he did. It’s one of his primary teachings. Jesus is as New Age as it gets. He literally promised a New Heaven and a New Earth.
The problem is that modern Christians are following Church doctrine, not Jesus’s teachings. They repeat 1 or 2 verses which are inaccurate representations of what he said.
“There is no way to the father but through me”
First of all, what does this have to do with being murdered for God? Nothing. So why do modern Christians disregard his teachings in favor of a pagan blood sacrifice?
Jesus spoke Aramaic. No one tries to research what he really said because it reverses much of what the Church taught.
He said ABWOON (Source) not ABBA (Father). His entire message was about God being within us. There is no way to Source but to go within. His message is the only way, not worship of angry gods ordering murder and slavery (anunnaki). Not once did Jesus refer to Yahweh-Jehovah as God.
Jesus didn’t say he would return to rule this world as a king, he said he’d take us where he is. A place where “many mansions” are prepared (5D Earth).
What will happen? “in a flash, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed”…. “One will be taken and one will be left behind.” (People will vanish)
How will we know it’s coming? “At that time they will see the Son of Man (like humans) coming in a cloud with power and great glory (UFOs). When these things begin to take place, stand up and lift up your heads, because your redemption is drawing near.”
Jesus didn’t practice blood rituals to God so he couldn’t have been a final sacrifice to his own God. He never mentioned Yahweh or Jehovah at all. He didn’t claim he was going to die for our sins. In the story, he didn’t volunteer, he was betrayed.
He taught that God was within and we will do even greater miracles. Modern Christians mindlessly repeats slogans like “Jesus is King”, and are clearly believe more in the power of demons than angels.
Jesus didn’t create religion. He didn’t travel around telling people he was God. He said the kingdom of God is within us, that we are gods too, and we will do greater miracles than he did.
Church doctrine is brainwashing to keep you away from what Jesus taught.