If that is true, was that before or after he translated the Aramaic Bible into English?
After. That doesn't even take into account the issues with a singular translator for something as important as Holy Scripture.
George Lamsa -
born 1892 in the period when the Assyrians were dependents of either Anglicans/Presbyterians, Roman Catholics, or Russian Orthodox.
claims rededicated to God with blood from a sacrificed bull, 1904 - leaves for Istanbul shortly after
claims to have received an A.B. from the Abp. of Canterbury's College 1907 (15 years of age.)
claims to have received a PhD equivalant from the same in 1908 (16 years of age.)
left for the West in 1915 (claims while studying at 'Imperial University of Constantinople' - goes to South America, then in British Merchant Marine, then USA
claims to have studied at PECUSA Episcopal Theological Seminary of Virginia and Dropise College in Pennsylvania (first Jewish college in USA, now U. of Penn Center for Judaic Studies.)
founded the syncretist "Christian Mohammedan Society" in 1921 (to spread a hybridization of the two religions.)
publishes article "The Secret of the Near East" in magazine Orientalia 1923 (in which it is claimed Islam has achieved Lamsa's "New World Order"
coauthors "The Oldest Christian People" in 1926.
publishes "My Neighbour Jesus" in 1932.
publishes "Gospel Light" in 1936.
second edition "Gospel Light" in 1939.
founded "Aramaic Bible Society" in 1943
publishes "New Testament Commentary" in 1945.
founded "Calvary Missionary Church" in 1947, publishes "New Testament Origin"
publishes "The Short Koran" in 1949
publishes "Holy Bible: from the ancient Eastern text" in 1957
publishes "Old Testament Light" 1964
begins close association with disciple Rocco Errico 1965.
begins publishing through the Unity School of Christianity, Lee's Summit, MO in 1966 (where Lamsa kept his office the remainder of his life.)
publishes "More Light on the Gospel" 1968.
his disciple Rocco Errico founds "Noohra Foundation" in 1970 to carry on Lamsa's work.
publishes "Idioms in the Bible Explained" 1971.
coauthors and publishes "The Life of George M. Lamsa Translator" autobiography - no date known for publication.
passed away in 1975, California.
I don't have the date for when he began to involve himself with the Association for Research and Enlightenment (Edgar Cayce Institute), or for the involvement with The Way International.