Book of Discipline

CHAPTER 1 Discipline

God reveals who he is




33/1.1. This is the word from the organic heaven:

33/1.2. Hear the words of your God, O man, I am your brother, risen from mortality to a holy place in heaven; profit in my wisdom, and be admonished by my love.

33/1.3. For as I am your elder brother, so shall it be with you, to rise also in time to come, and look back to mortals and call them to the exalted heavens of the Almighty.

33/1.4. To Jehovih all adoration and glory, forever, Amen!

33/1.5. All life, motion, power, and things seen and unseen, are by and through Him.

33/1.6. Neither is there an angel in heaven so high, nor sufficiently wise to comprehend Jehovih in His entirety, nor to see Him as you see your fellow man.

33/1.7. For He is within all; beyond and over all;

33/1.8. Being Ever Present in all places;

33/1.9. Doing by Virtue of His presence;

33/1.10. Quickening all the living;

33/1.11. Adorable above all things;

33/1.12. As the sun is to the light of day, so is Jehovih to the understanding of all the living;

33/1.13. Upon which to contemplate is the road of everlasting life; rising in wisdom, love and power, forever.

33/1.14. Hear your God, O man, and distinguish then that the two, God and Jehovih, are not the same one; nor is your God more than what you shall be in time to come.

33/1.15. First, mortality; then death, which is the first resurrection; |1314| such are the spirits of the dead---angels dwelling with mortals upon the earth, where they abide, some for a few years, some for a hundred and some for a thousand or more years.

33/1.16. Second, angel organization in heaven, and their abandonment of mortals, which is the second resurrection.

33/1.17. As a kingdom on earth has a king, and the king is nevertheless a mortal, so in like manner is the heavenly place of your God a kingdom of angels, and the chief over them is God, an angel also.

33/1.18. Yet, nevertheless, the kingdom of your God embraces all the heavens of the earth. And it is also so with all corporeal worlds and their atmospherean heavens: a God and organic heavens belonging to each and all of them.

33/1.19. Nor is this all; for there is a third resurrection, in which the angels rise still higher in wisdom, love and power; and are sent by your God into etherea |1315|---midway between the planets and stars---the highest of all heavens; over which there are Chiefs, who are also Gods and Goddesses of still more comprehensive attributes.

33/1.20. Therefore I am like any other spirit of the dead, a one-time man upon the earth, even as you are in this day; but one within the organic heavens of the earth.


































1314  that is, awareness of es or spirit, in contradistinction to awareness of corporeal world


















1315  at the times of dan harvest points. Nevertheless there are always such angels in atmospherea, being eligible for the resurrection into etherea, should they so choose---for some may volunteer to stay in atmospherea a dan or more before ascending into etherea.


CHAPTER 2 Discipline

God explains the first and second resurrection, and the difference in manifestations from them |1316|




33/2.1. Hear me, O man, and consider the weight of the arguments of your God. You have communed with the spirits of the dead; your father, mother, sister and brother, who are no longer mortal, have spoken to you in spirit, and you are convinced.

33/2.2. And your kin and your neighbor have done so likewise; yes from east to west and north to south, the communion of angels and a multitude of miracles, have stirred up thousands and millions, to know that the souls of the dead do live.

33/2.3. Moreover, you were taught in your youth to say: I believe in the holy communion of angels.

33/2.4. And in truth this has come to pass. And you rejoice with all your heart and soul. You put aside the ancient scriptures, saying: Why shall I read them? Do I not converse with heaven itself? Behold, I have seen my father and mother, my brother and sister, who were dead; they have spoken to me; there is no devil or place of hell.

33/2.5. For a season your God has suffered this also to happen, that the spirits say: There is no God; that there is no higher heaven than to dwell upon the earth, to enjoy the things there; to be reincarnated, and to live over and over in mortality. ||

33/2.6. Tolerating these, so that the evidence of my words could be substantiated by your experience, and you be led to consider the testimonies, present and past, in order to comprehend the plan of Jehovih's works, and their glory and completeness.

33/2.7. Consider, then, the result of angel communion as you have found it, and bear witness that Jehovih was wise in providing comfort, to both the dead and the living by this proximity of spirit to them, rather than a heaven far remote.

33/2.8. Nevertheless this also has been proved to you: that there are false angels and wise angels, as well as false seers and wise seers, and that out of the multitude of revelations from them, there has come neither harmony nor good works.

33/2.9. They have been pullers down and clearers away of the ancient revelations, doctrines and religions; but they have not built an edifice of unity and glory to the Almighty.

33/2.10. And it has been shown you that not only the seer, prophet, su'is, and miracle worker, but that all people, even though unconsciously to themselves, are subject to the influence of the spirits of the dead.

33/2.11. And it has been shown that the spirits of the dead possess, for a long period of time, the same characteristics and prejudices as when in mortality; and since there is neither harmony nor community of life among mortals, neither is there harmony nor community of life, nor the teaching of it, among the angels who manifest to these mortals.

33/2.12. For the angels teach one doctrine through one prophet, and another doctrine through another prophet, reflecting the doctrines of the prophets themselves.

33/2.13. Consider also the multitude of infants, who die without any knowledge of either earth or heaven; and the multitude of the unlearned, the foolish, and the depraved. For all of these as well as the wise and good enter the first resurrection. |1317|

33/2.14. And of the wise and good, who strive for continual elevation---how few, compared to the whole! Yet such is the relative proportions of angels of light and angels of darkness in proximity to mortals.

33/2.15. And it has always been so. Nevertheless in time long past, the minority, who were wise and good, were moved upon by the spirit of Jehovih, Who said:

33/2.16. || Come together, O all you who desire to rise to a higher heaven; My heavens are for raising the soul upward for ever and ever. ||

33/2.17. And your God gathered them together, and said to them:

33/2.18. Behold, this darkness is more than we can bear; let us depart from here and inhabit a heaven by ourselves, where there shall be no wrangling, falsehood, malice, or blasphemy against our Creator.

33/2.19. And they responded: Yes, let us depart. And we will covenant ourselves to Jehovih, to never again reside in these regions, nor with mortals on earth. For does the behavior of mortals not invite darkness rather than light? Do they not want us for servants---to find lost treasures, or to procure riches or social indulgence, or to entertain them with miracles?

33/2.20. Thus it came to pass that the wisest and best angels departed away from the earth, away from mortals; and away from the inharmonious presence of the legions of the spirits of the dead; and they inhabited a heavenly region by themselves.

33/2.21. And they covenanted themselves to Jehovih to not return again single-handed to minister to mortals; to not return again to mortals unless they came in phalanxes, and only then when duly authorized and directed by their most Holy Council, and their chief, who was God.

33/2.22. Such then was the beginning of the second resurrection; and the condition of membership required the renunciation of all associations and conditions below it. And the rank of all such angels was, Angels of God, or Angels of Jehovih, in contradistinction from the angels of the first resurrection, who know no organization for righteousness' sake.

33/2.23. But, so that mortals would not be left in darkness, behold, your God and his Holy Council prepared certain rules of discipline and conduct, as well as commandments, by which, the angels of the second resurrection would be as a unit in their duties and teachings, from that time forward.

33/2.24. Chief of which rules was: That the angels of Jehovih should never manifest themselves as individuals to the mortals, lest mortals become servants to, and worshippers of, the spirits instead of the All Highest, Jehovih.

33/2.25. Second to this: That when the angels of Jehovih are appointed to mortals, it should be as guardians over infants, to inspire them by way of the natural consciousness within, as to what was right and good in reference to eternal life. And that such guardian angels are to be in phalanxes of millions and tens of millions (but still in close membership with your God and his Holy Council) in order to relieve one another on guard.

33/2.26. For, by the inspirations of the angels of your God, the individual entity of a mortal is directed in its normal growth; but by the angels of the first resurrection (inorganic heavens), mortals are used abnormally, by entrancement, by miracles, by sar'gis, by oracles, or otherwise.

33/2.27. So that the angels of God could inspire all mortals with the same inspiration, behold, he and his Holy Council prepared certain instruction with rules, words, and commandments, adapted to the understanding of mortals, for the good of their souls, and without pandering to their earthly desires. Such words being designated as sacred writings when originally given to mortals, though for the most part perverted or lost sight of afterward.

33/2.28. Chief angels over these phalanxes are Lords, Marshals, Captains, and so on, the second resurrection being orderly, disciplined and organized in its glorious work.

33/2.29. Thus my Lords have angels under them who are authorized and ordained in my name, and in the name of Jehovih to abide for times and seasons with mortals as guardians and inspirers; to provide dreams, thoughts and visions in the minds of mortals, and to otherwise labor in elevating them in purity, love and wisdom.

33/2.30. Such then are the angels of God and of Jehovih. And their teachings are the same as my Lord's and your God's; nor does one of them teach a matter in one way, and another teach it differently; although there are different grades and systems adapted to the different degrees of intelligence of the different peoples on earth.



1316  The first resurrection discussed in this chapter and the next two, chapters 2-4, pertain to the angels of the inorganic first resurrection. And this is in contradistinction from the angels of the organic first resurrection, who are es'yans enrolled in the organic heavens of God, Son of Jehovih; and these es'yans, being thus under the guidance of the light of the second resurrection, fall under the latter's purview (see 32/24.14-15; 33/1.16).






















































1317  Here first resurrection seems to refer the Es realm (Hada) that touches the earth; for, at death all pass into that Hada (though their stay may be short, depending upon their grade, see e.g., 24/22.5-7).


CHAPTER 3 Discipline

God illustrates the difference of method between the first and second resurrections




33/3.1. Open your understanding, O man, so that you may discern the beauty and glory of heavenly places prepared by your God, Lords and guardian angels.

33/3.2. For as we came up out of the first resurrection, which may be likened to a great medley, a noise and confusion of a mighty multitude, so did we covenant with Jehovih to make ourselves orderly, and a unit in growth, manifestation, expression and future development, so that the place of the second resurrection would do nothing in common with the first.

33/3.3. For Jehovih created mortals and angels to attract each other, like to like; |1318| and since the aspiration and desire of most mortals pertain to themselves as individuals, so the two bound themselves in the same pursuits and earthly hopes.

33/3.4. For whoever on earth loved riches, or fame, or great learning, or even evil, such as dissipation, drunkenness, gluttony, sexual indulgence, theft, gambling or arson, doing any or all of these things for self's sake, or for evil, attracted angel companions of a like order, who, by inspiration or otherwise, led him on to achieve his heart's desire.

33/3.5. And it came to pass that when such mortals died and entered the first resurrection, their former inspirers became their companions and rulers, having shaped their thoughts while in mortality through their labors for self and earthly objects. And these in turn became angel inspirers to other mortals of like characteristics, so that a long period of time passed away, before the spirits who were thus bound to earth, could be persuaded that there were other heavens open for them to come and inherit. And as it was so then, even so is it this day with the spirits of the dead.

33/3.6. As there are good lands on earth still unoccupied, while in other regions there are great cities with mortals crowded together, starving and dwelling in misery, and they will not leave, even so is it with the great multitude of angels of darkness gathered together upon the face of the earth; and many of them will not depart into the higher heavens of Jehovih.

33/3.7. As cold metal in contact with hot metal changes temperature, so by angel contact with the spirit of man, knowledge passes from one to the other. So also is it of the passions, sentiments, desires and aspirations between the two.

33/3.8. Also, as where the sea breaks upon the land, and the two are always in contact, so is the spirit world ever in contact with the mortal world (the ancients named this place of contact, the intermediate world or place of purgation (cleansing), from which none could rise till made organically pure).

33/3.9. Now, therefore, your God shows you certain signs characteristic of the difference between the angels of the first and the second resurrection:

33/3.10. Of the first, coming as individuals, whether professing names, signs or histories, and especially the ancients. Whose words are uttered from the standpoint of the earth looking upward.

33/3.11. But of the second, as light only. Whose words emanate from my holy places in heaven coming down to you.

33/3.12. Of the first, flatterers, to win your favor. Whose counsel pertains to yourself and to earthly things.

33/3.13. Of the second, to teach you self-abnegation, and lead you to do good to others regardless of your own profit, caring little whether you are prosperous on the earth, provided you shall be raised up in time to come.

33/3.14. For the revelations of the second resurrection come from the light of my Holy Council, who have abandoned their earthly habits and desires, knowing that the way of rising up everlastingly is by constantly putting away the conditions below.

33/3.15. Your God comes not as an individual; neither do my Lords (nor holy angels though they come in my name). I come in legions of thousands and millions.

33/3.16. Nor does the inspiration from my kingdom vary one fraction from what it has ever been, except in greater fullness, according to the increase of capacity in mortals to receive knowledge.

33/3.17. The spirit of my heavens pervades my words; through my holy angels I have spoken to you from your youth up; and in my revelations you perceive the touch of my hand.

33/3.18. I cry out Order, Purity, Discipline, Justice and Good Works---or, Retribution!

33/3.19. O man, beware of angels who say: In heaven there is no organization, no God, no Holy Council, no discipline, no order, no teaching, no self-denial, or,

33/3.20. Who say: There is no Jehovih, nor God of His, nor any government in heaven, or,

33/3.21. Who say: There is no bondage after death; no place or condition of suffering, or,

33/3.22. Who say: When you die your spirit shall enter paradise and dwell in perpetual ease and glory, or,

33/3.23. Who say: Heaven is an endless summer land, with silvery rivers and golden boats for all, or,

33/3.24. Who say: Eat, drink and enjoy yourself for the gratification of your earthly passions, for when you are dead your path shall be straight to glory, or,

33/3.25. Who say: Heap up riches, for there is no punishment after death, or,

33/3.26. Who say: Do not turn your thoughts into your own soul to discover your ungodliness, for when you are dead your spirit shall revel in bliss, or,

33/3.27. Who say: The angel world is a place of progression without self-abnegation and good works, or,

33/3.28. Who says: Behold me, I am from the highest, most exalted sphere, or from a far-off star, or,

33/3.29. Who says: I have visited the planets, or,

33/3.30. Who says: Resurrection comes by reincarnation: first a stone, then lead, then silver, then gold, then a tree, then a worm, then an animal and then man; or that a spirit re-enters the womb, and is born again in mortality, or,

33/3.31. Who says: You are blessed; for a host of ancient spirits attend you---you have a great mission.

33/3.32. For all of these are the utterances of the angels of the first resurrection. And though they may inspire great oratory and learned discourses, yet they are flatterers, and will surely lead you into grief.
















1318  That is., one's likes, preferences, tastes, inclinations, hopes, affections, aspirations, habits, etc., will be attracted to and drawn toward, those with the same or similar qualities (those who are alike). Likewise, they will be attractive to, and draw to themselves, those of similar traits.


CHAPTER 4 Discipline

God illustrates the characteristics of mortals accordingly as they are under the influence of the first or second resurrection




33/4.1. Consider the words of your God, O man, and profit in the application of your judgment for the everlasting growth of your soul.

33/4.2. Under the influence of the first resurrection, man says: I know my rights and dare maintain them.

33/4.3. Of the second, he says: I do not ask for rights for my own self; I will bear whatever is put upon me.

33/4.4. Of the first: No man shall impose upon me.

33/4.5. Of the second: Impose upon me whatever you will.

33/4.6. Of the first: Let me justify myself in what I have done; behold, I am falsely accused.

33/4.7. Of the second: Jehovih knows my case; neither will I plead in my own behalf. Whoever is falsely accused, let him wait; in time the Father will right all things.

33/4.8. Of the first: Let no man try to rule over me; I will maintain my liberty at all hazards.

33/4.9. Of the second: Since no man in the entire world has full liberty---why should I ask for it?

33/4.10. Of the first: Make me a leader; let me be the head.

33/4.11. Of the second: Do not make me a leader; lest I would feel responsible for those I led.

33/4.12. Of the first: I have done my share, let others do theirs as well.

33/4.13. Of the second: Though I do all I can, yet I am short before Jehovih.

33/4.14. Of the first: O if only I were rich like my neighbor, what a great good I would do!

33/4.15. Of the second: Take all I have, and at once.

33/4.16. Of the first: I will help myself, and then my family; after that, others.

33/4.17. Of the second: We are all brothers and sisters; why shall we prefer one of Jehovih's children above another?

33/4.18. Of the first: I will not consider my shortcomings, lest I become dejected in spirit.

33/4.19. Of the second: Teach me, O Father, to look into my every act, word and thought, to purify myself in Your sight.

33/4.20. Of the first: What might the world say? Ah! My reputation is at stake!

33/4.21. Of the second: What will Jehovih say? With Him I must preserve my reputation, more than with ten thousand worlds.

33/4.22. Of the first: Whoever injures me shall suffer by my hand.

33/4.23. Of the second: Let us render good to those who injure us.




CHAPTER 5 Discipline

God shows how mortals may attain inspiration from Jehovih and from the angels of the second resurrection




33/5.1. Whoever rules over his own earthly desires, passions, actions, words and thoughts, being constantly watchful for the highest light and greatest good, is on the right road.

33/5.2. And if he persists in this till it has become a constitutional growth within him, then he shall hear the Voice.

33/5.3. Who then can judge him, except those who have also attained to the same high estate? Is it wise for the unlearned to dispute with the learned; or the unholy with the holy?

33/5.4. Shall the drunken man, reeking with foul smell, sign the pledge to drink no more, and immediately say: We temperance men! || and presume to dwell with the pure?

33/5.5. I say to you, till that man is purified and grown to be constitutionally temperate he is not temperate.

33/5.6. Consider then the seers and prophets (who hear the angels) whether they have grown constitutionally to be one with Purity, Wisdom and Goodness.

33/5.7. For this is required of those who presume to hear me and my holy ones. And having attained to this, who, except those who have attained to the same, can judge them?

33/5.8. Shall a man ask a magician regarding the inspiration of the prophets of your God? Or the angels of the first resurrection be consulted as to their opinions of my revelations, and their words taken for truth without substantiation?

33/5.9. Let all things be proved, or supported by corresponding testimony known to be true. As the holy man perceives how things should be in the heavens above, so they are. The unholy man sees heavenly things only dimly; he binds himself in ancient revelations which have become corrupted.

33/5.10. Jehovih is as near this day as in the time of the ancients; put yourself in order, becoming one with Him, and no book is so easily read as His created universe.

33/5.11. Inspiration comes less by books, than by what Jehovih wrote: His worlds. Read Him and His works. Frame your speech and your thoughts for Him; He will answer you in your own behavior, and in the happiness of your soul.

33/5.12. Great wisdom cannot be attained in a day; nor purity and strength to overcome temptation, till the growth is from the foundation.

33/5.13. The fool will say: The sacred books are no more than man of his own knowledge could write; yet, he has not wisely imitated the power of the words of your God.

33/5.14. Let him do this well, and, behold, he will also declare my words are from me. Yes, he will recognize them wherever found.

33/5.15. It is the will and wish of your God, that all men become constitutionally capable of receiving and comprehending the highest light, and that they shall no longer depend upon any priest, church, oracle, holy book, or upon consulting the spirits.

33/5.16. And that their behavior may make the earth a place of peace, with long life to all people, for the glory of Jehovih.




CHAPTER 6 Discipline

Of Jehovih and His kingdom on earth




33/6.1. O man, apply yourself to understand the spirit of my discourse, for in this you shall find the key to the Father's kingdom.

33/6.2. These are the rules of the second resurrection: To become an interpreter and worker without a written formula;

33/6.3. That whatever gives joy to your fellow and renders peace and goodwill to all---shall be called light;

33/6.4. That whatever gives sorrow to your fellow, or discouragement to others---shall be called darkness;

33/6.5. To find fault with another, or to aggravate to displeasure---shall be called darkness;

33/6.6. But to make another's burden light, to encourage him to strength and happiness---shall be called light;

33/6.7. To be forever complaining about this or that---shall be called darkness;

33/6.8. To be forever imparting cheerfulness---shall be called light.

33/6.9. Now, therefore, whoever becomes a member of my kingdom shall practice light; but whoever practices darkness, will depart away from my kingdom of his own accord.

33/6.10. Neither shall you practice darkness upon your fellow for any shortness he has done.

33/6.11. Nor shall you reprove him for error, nor blame him, nor make yourself an inquisitor over him, nor assume to be a judge over him.

33/6.12. Nor ask him to apologize, nor otherwise seek to make him humble himself before you.

33/6.13. Nor shall you boast over him because you are wiser, stronger or more expert.

33/6.14. For all such inquisition comes of darkness, and shall return upon him who utters it, in time to come.

33/6.15. Instead you shall discover the good that is in your neighbor, and laud him for it, for this is the method of raising him higher.




CHAPTER 7 Discipline

God shows the difference between the religion of the past and that of the present




33/7.1. To the All One, Jehovih, now as in ancient times, and for all time to come, all honor and glory, worlds beyond number.

33/7.2. The Highest Ideal, the Nearest Perfect the mind can conceive of---let such be your Jehovih, even as in ancient time, which is the Ever Present upon Whom you shall set your heart, mind and soul to love and glorify above all things, forever and ever.

33/7.3. The All Highest in your neighbor, which he manifests---perceive and discourse upon that; all else in him, do not see or mention.

33/7.4. The All Highest subject---that discourse upon; all else pass by.

33/7.5. The first lowest thoughts pertain to eating and drinking; and on these the man of darkness delights to discourse.

33/7.6. The second lowest thoughts pertain to sexual matters; and on these the man of darkness delights to discourse.

33/7.7. The third lowest thoughts pertain to man's selfishness, as to bodily comforts and luxuries, ease and riches, and as to what he hopes and desires for himself; and on these the man of darkness delights to discourse.

33/7.8. The fourth lowest thoughts pertain to criticizing others, as to doctrine, religion, philosophy, behavior and so on, continually pulling all things to pieces; and the man of darkness delights in such discourse.

33/7.9. To abandon such discourse, and, in preference, to discourse on the highest subjects such as teaching, imparting knowledge, suggesting remedies for the unfortunate and unlearned, for improving the homes of others, the agriculture, mechanics and such like; the man of light delights to apply himself to these, both in word and practice, forever building up.

33/7.10. Consider then what your mind shall go in search of, so that it may pursue the highest. This is serving the All Highest, instead of darkness.

33/7.11. Now all of these things were taught in the religion of the past cycles, and were given to man by your God to raise man up toward my heavenly kingdom.

33/7.12. Nevertheless this religion pertained to man's own entity, a religion that was to be answered either in reward or punishment upon himself personally; his own salvation being paramount to all other considerations.

33/7.13. And even where they founded brotherhoods, such as the brotherhood of Brahma; the brotherhood of Buddha, and the brotherhood of Jesus, they were nevertheless only selfish brotherhoods, whose aim was the salvation of each one's own self.

33/7.14. Neither was it possible in ancient times to give man any other religion, it being necessary to appeal to his own advantages to make him heed your God.

33/7.15. But now, behold, O man, I come to give a great religion, yet not to set aside the old; I come to those who fulfill the old, and to give them the religion of Gods themselves!

33/7.16. Saying to them: Go save others, and no longer concern yourselves about yourselves.

33/7.17. Go and provide a place of second resurrection on earth, where the people shall put away all low things and practice the all highest.

33/7.18. And call out to the Uzians to come and inherit the place with you.

33/7.19. Nevertheless whoever is only concerned about the salvation of his own soul is not yet ready for the religion I give to you.

33/7.20. Mine shall not concern themselves about their own salvation; for having faith in Jehovih, that if they raise others up, with their own wisdom and strength, they are already saved, and without fear.

33/7.21. Compare then my second resurrection in heaven, with that which you would found on earth for the glory and honor of your Creator.

33/7.22. How does your God choose his initiates? Does he have censors? Saying to all who come: Stop, be examined and tried, to prove you are worthy of the second resurrection?

33/7.23. No, truly, for this would imply inquisition---a court of darkness.

33/7.24. Now, behold, O man, after the second resurrection was established in heaven, I called out to all the heavens of the earth, saying: Come, all you of the first resurrection (inorganic heavens). || Also, let my guardians go down to mortals and proclaim to all people: The kingdom of God is open to all who choose to come.

33/7.25. Now some, who were not strong in faith in Jehovih said: Will we not be overrun with angels of darkness?

33/7.26. But your God answered them, saying: That is not our matter; ours is to serve Jehovih by working for all whom He inspires to come to us. Because one desires to come, that is sufficient testimony that the light of Jehovih is upon him.

33/7.27. Others said: What about the indolent and the shiftless? Will they not overrun us and thus set aside the good we aim at?

33/7.28. And your God answered them, saying: When you practice the all highest, behold, the others will depart away from you.

33/7.29. Then others questioned, saying: Suppose those who come practice darkness, such as slander or tattling. What shall be done?

33/7.30. And your God answered them, saying: Do not answer them, lest you also practice darkness.

33/7.31. Again they questioned, saying: Suppose they are good, but indolent? Suppose they say: Let us rest and sleep, Jehovih will provide for His chosen. || What do you say about them?

33/7.32. And your God answered, saying: Do not censure them, for they are weak or diseased. Let your example heal them. Is it not in the covenant to do good with all of one's wisdom and strength? Because they do little, the matter is between them and Jehovih.

33/7.33. Lastly, O man, how can they, who live the all highest, cast the first stone at their neighbor?

33/7.34. For the act itself would be committing darkness.

33/7.35. Nevertheless whoever has strength and yet will not support himself, and you teach even one such person to change his attributes, you shall be honored among Gods.

33/7.36. Your glory is to fulfill the all highest yourself. When all who can, will do this, then, on that (as a foundation) rest your faith that the quickening power and wisdom of Jehovih will sustain His kingdom through His holy angels.





God shows what is meant by following the highest light




33/8.1. Be considerate of your fellow man, and weigh his standing place in the sight of your God.

33/8.2. For one man says: My highest light is to get money; another, to get great learning; another, to enjoy earthly pleasure; another, to contemplate sexual relations; another, to serve Buddha; another, to serve Brahma; another, to serve Christ; another, to be efficient in warfare, and so on, everyone from his own standpoint.

33/8.3. Many are also under the prejudice of old things, or the influence of a neighbor, or a spirit or their surroundings, or the impulse of their own flesh, and say: I too follow my highest light.

33/8.4. Whereas they are in darkness altogether; nor do they know what is meant by the term, highest light, often venturing an opinion or a vague surmise instead, and believing they are expressing their highest light.

33/8.5. For which reasons you shall explain that only facts well known, or comparatively proven, are light. An opinion is not light.

33/8.6. That whoever professes light must know the matter by his own knowledge.

33/8.7. That facts, numbers, figures |1319| or axioms can demonstrate light; and that without these, then the supposed light is only darkness.

33/8.8. Pursue this philosophy and you shall easily discover who among you has the highest light; and also what kind of judgment shall govern the chief's rulings.

33/8.9. Some will desire to consult the angels, as to which, in a given matter, is the highest light; but I say to you, you shall weigh the words of angels as if they were mortals, exacting similar facts and substantiation.

33/8.10. Was it not the consulting of the oracles that destroyed Vind'yu (India), Socatta, Fonece (Phoenicia), Persia, Ghem and Greece? Such consultation of angels is answered from the first resurrection; and it will ever be so unless man exacts facts and substantial proof from the angels.

33/8.11. These, then, are rules of light: That which is self-evident: That which is axiomatic: |1320| That which is substantiated by facts: That which has a parallel in known things: Things that lead to peace, order, and the uplifting of your neighbor and yourself.

33/8.12. Also to discipline yourself to be constantly on the alert to be pure, good, truthful and gentle in your speech; to practice right-doing. These are following the highest light.

33/8.13. This though is darkness: to express fault finding, criticism, censure, or even an opinion unsupportable by facts.


























1319  Figures must refer to forms and images, i.e., pictures, diagrams, charts, proportions, patterns and the like, as well as logic (syllogisms, symbolic logic). Numbers must refer to mathematics and statistics. Axioms are addressed later.














1320  Axiomatic, i.e., an axiom, is that which is universally accepted as true and has its basis in experience, reason and demonstration; and may also include scientific findings (using scientific methodology); and which have demonstrated certainty or objective measurable reality, and can be used as the basis of further investigation. Note that conviction alone is not sufficient, nor is testimony without substantiation.

CHAPTER 9 Discipline

God shows who is and who is not prepared to enter Jehovih's kingdom on earth




33/9.1. Whoever has said: I have searched my heart and mind, and now before Jehovih, I desire to live a higher life.

33/9.2. I desire to put away my selfishness, passions, sentiments of unrighteousness, and unclean thoughts and words.

33/9.3. I desire more to serve others than myself.

33/9.4. I desire no possessions, nor preference over another, nor to be a leader or a chief.

33/9.5. I wish to discipline myself not to speak of myself.

33/9.6. I would learn to speak truth only.

33/9.7. I wish to be affiliative.

33/9.8. I desire to do good to others continually.

33/9.9. I long for association.

33/9.10. I will not criticize any person, or censure them or find fault with them.

33/9.11. I will conform to the rites and discipline of the fraternity.

33/9.12. I will fulfill my covenants with Jehovih, with all my wisdom and strength.

33/9.13. I renounce isolated labor.

33/9.14. I renounce the unorganized world.

33/9.15. I renounce the Uzians.

33/9.16. I consecrate myself to Jehovih.

33/9.17. I give up all to Him.

33/9.18. What I do from this time forward shall be by and through the fraternity in His name. ||

33/9.19. Then that man is prepared to enter the Father's kingdom.

33/9.20. But those who say the following, are not prepared to enter the kingdom: I want a home for comfort's sake, and where I may lead an easy life.

33/9.21. I desire this because I shall have the opportunity to improve myself.

33/9.22. I desire this because I cannot care for myself, and, I wish to be cared for.

33/9.23. Where I may shirk responsibilities. ||

33/9.24. Weigh this matter, O man, and be your own judge as to whether you are prepared in heart and soul. Neither flatter yourself that you can come in unprepared and not be discovered. For sooner or later, your innermost thoughts will become known, and the fraternity will not be your place.

33/9.25. To put away flesh-food is easy, but to put away dark thoughts and words---who can do this in a day?




CHAPTER 10 Discipline

God reveals the cure for remorse




33/10.1. Be patient, O man, with your neighbor and your brother.

33/10.2. Many men are far short in righteousness, and without strength to accomplish to the extent the mind conceives;

33/10.3. And suffer lamentably for having done wrong, with none to relieve them;

33/10.4. For which reason you shall provide them honorable comfort.

33/10.5. In ancient days, such ones confessed to a priest, and he pardoned them, by which they were quieted and relieved of great distress.

33/10.6. In a later time, it was said: Confess one another.

33/10.7. But in this day neither of these is compatible with the intelligence of those who shall be of Jehovih's kingdom.

33/10.8. If, then, a man has remorse for having wronged a brother or neighbor, he shall acknowledge it so to that member, and this shall be restitution, even as if the wrong had not been committed.

33/10.9. But if he has wronged the community, then he shall acknowledge it to the whole assembly, and that shall be restitution, even as if the wrong had not been committed.

33/10.10. And in either case he shall take to himself no further sorrow, remorse or shame, nor shall any member ever speak of the matter afterward, except to comfort him.

33/10.11. But in all cases confession shall be made in the name of Jehovih, and forgiveness likewise. But whoever seeks to justify himself, or to make it appear that he was only partly culpable, or that another led him into it---that man shall not be forgiven.

33/10.12. If he were led into it, then he who led him knows it and shall exonerate him.

33/10.13. Whoever Jehovih has created in proximity as to time, country, place and association---the same shall not be far distant on many occasions in the next world. And in time to come they shall be as if in a house of glass, and all the deeds done while in mortality shall be read as if in an open book.

33/10.14. For which reason you shall not linger by the wayside when you have wronged any man or the community, but go quickly and confess, so that your spirit becomes pure in the sight of Jehovih.

33/10.15. Though you grieve, saying: Shall I humble myself? || I say to you this is Godliness, for it is the purification of yourself, and the beginning of power.

33/10.16. But if a man wrongs himself, as by pollution, dissipation, or otherwise, this is sin against Jehovih; and he shall confess privately to Him, making a covenant with his Creator to do so no more, which, if he keeps, then the wrong is forgiven him, and he shall have peace of soul.





God shows that the renunciation of the uzians is necessary




33/11.1. Attend, O man, to the discourse of your God upon the second resurrection in heaven, and apply these principles to founding Jehovih's kingdom on earth.

33/11.2. Many come to my holy place, saying: Hear me, O God, I am weary of the first resurrection and the earth. Open the gates of paradise to your servant.

33/11.3. And I say to them: Whoever will put aside all that is below, shall dwell in this heaven; but whoever cannot in heart, mind and soul renounce all that is below is not prepared to enter.

33/11.4. Has Jehovih not said: On earth, husband and wife shall be the model and key of My kingdom?

33/11.5. As woman forsakes father, mother, brother and sister and becomes one with her husband, so do those entering my organic heavens forsake all the earth and the lowest heaven in order to become one with the kingdom of your God.

33/11.6. For, unless the mind and heart are one with my holy place, the love of improvement will also depart out of that man's soul.

33/11.7. Isolation belongs below the second resurrection, but unity is within it.

33/11.8. He who has disciplined himself to be honest in his own sight may be in error; he who strives to do good on his own account may be in error as to an ultimate good; and in all cases man alone is weak.

33/11.9. Yet no man can practice the highest while living with those who are inclined downward.

33/11.10. In the second resurrection the angels are relieved of individual responsibility, all matters being under the wisdom of the Holy Council, whose head is your God.

33/11.11. First on earth, monarchies, then republics, then fraternities, the latter order of which is now in embryo, and shall follow after both the others.

33/11.12. Behold how hard it is for an ignorant man to conceive of a state without a master, or for the people of a republic to understand a state without votes and majorities, and a chief ruler. Yet such shall be the fraternities.

33/11.13. Have they not resolved their colleges into teachers and pupils? By their superior knowledge, these heads receive their places, yet not as rulers, but teachers.

33/11.14. Have they not resolved jurisprudence so that testimony governs the rulings? According to evidence adduced and the knowledge of the judge, so shall he decide, and not according to his own volition.

33/11.15. Out of the wisdom of the college and the court you shall discover the rules of fraternity, and by relieve-watch [rotation in office --Ed.] preserve the brotherhood against caste and dictatorship.

33/11.16. See to it then, in departing out of uz, that you take with you only things that have proved good---the rest leave behind.

33/11.17. As Jehovih gave woman to man, and the two became one in their aspiration, hope and labor, and especially with reference to their offspring, so shall the members of the fraternity be those who, having renounced all the world, can become one with one another, and especially for raising up the young to become the Father's edifice on earth.

33/11.18. As the husband is the representative head of the family, yet he shall not tyrannize over them, nor by his rulings make himself a separate entity from the rest.




CHAPTER 12 Discipline

God discourses on love




33/12.1. Many will come to you, inquiring: What do you say about those who are married, having children of their own? Shall they so love the fraternity and the kingdom of Jehovih that they shall set aside their filial love, assigning their children wholly to the teachers, day and night?

33/12.2. You shall answer them: No, in all the fullness of their love, let them manifest to their little ones. And let this be a testimony to those who have children, how hard it is for foundlings and orphan babes who have no one to love or caress them, so that such parents may add others to their household also, showing no partiality. And this is the highest of all mortal attributes: to be impartial in love.

33/12.3. Not to abridge love but to extend it, Godlike, embracing all people---so shall the members of the brotherhood labor with your God and his holy angels, for the glory of Jehovih.




CHAPTER 13 Discipline

Of destroyers and of builders




33/13.1. One goes about preaching against heavenly revelations, and against the wisdom of Jehovih; and his daring speeches and good logic fall upon errors and blunders in the written words, and he draws the populace along, in the style of a gladiator. |1321|

33/13.2. Yet one such man that has organized a brotherhood for doing good---the world has not found.

33/13.3. Another man goes forth preaching in laudation of heavenly revelations, and on the glory of Jehovih. The errors in inspiration he does not heed; the good he treasures. He may draw only a few to him, and his work may seem little.

33/13.4. But in time to come his work becomes mighty over the whole world. He organizes his people in love and fellowship.

33/13.5. The latter is a builder on Jehovih's edifice.

33/13.6. Let these two examples stand before you; and when the speech of the vain man is directed against heavenly revelations, saying: This is not of God; this is not of Jehovih, or this is not of angels, || know, then, that this man is not a builder.

33/13.7. But when a man says: All things are of Jehovih, either directly or indirectly; whatever is good in them is my delight, || know that this man is a builder.

33/13.8. To strive continually to comprehend the right, and to do it---this is excellent discipline.

33/13.9. To be capable of judging the right, and to ever practice it within a fraternity---this is Godliness.

33/13.10. In the day you judge yourself, as with the eye of your Creator, you are like one about to start on a long journey through a delightful country.

33/13.11. In the day you have rendered judgment against yourself for not practicing your highest light, you are like one departed from a coast of breakers toward mid-ocean; like one turned from mortality toward Jehovih! Like one turned from perishable things toward the Ever Eternal---the Almighty!

33/13.12. And when you have joined with others in a fraternity to do these things, then you have begun the second resurrection.








1321  Gladiator here means a stirrer of controversy and verbal assaulter; an assailant, a disputant, one who charges forth to figuratively slay his opponent.


CHAPTER 14 Discipline

God discourses on the authority of his own words




33/14.1. First, freedom to all people on earth, and to the angels of heaven, to think and to speak whatever they will.

33/14.2. Second, that since no man can acquire knowledge for another, but that each and all must acquire knowledge for themselves, you shall dispose of whatever is before you in your own way.

33/14.3. Remembering that one man sees Jehovih in the leaves and flowers; in the mountains and skies; in the sun and stars; or hears Him in the wind and all corporeal sounds; yes, he knows his Creator in the presence of everything under the sun. And he is happy.

33/14.4. Another does not see Jehovih, nor does he know Him. No, he denies there is any All Person in the universe. He is not happy.

33/14.5. One man distinguishes the harmony of sounds, and he is delighted.

33/14.6. Another man cannot distinguish the harmony, and he finds no delight in them.

33/14.7. So, of the words of your God, one man can distinguish, and another cannot.

33/14.8. The revelations of your God portray the harmony and glory of Jehovih's creations including the organic heavens of His holy angels.

33/14.9. Whether you yourself, or your brother, or your neighbor, shall profess to reveal the words of your God---it is well.

33/14.10. Strive in this, and you shall improve yourself in the attempt.

33/14.11. The recognition of my authority rests in the preservation of my words for thousands of years.

33/14.12. I call all people to me and my kingdom; I proclaim that right-doing and good works result in happiness; whoever does these are one with me in the framing of words.

33/14.13. To be one with Jehovih, this is Godliness; to be one with your God, the way is open to all men.

33/14.14. To be organic for love and good works---this is like the fraternities in heaven.

33/14.15. Whoever strives for this has my authority already; in time, his words shall become one with me and my works.

33/14.16. To improve yourself in these holy things is to discipline yourself to become a glory to your Creator.

33/14.17. Let any who will, say: Thus says God, or thus says Jehovih, or thus say I. Truth expounded shall never die; the discrepancy from truth is short-lived.

33/14.18. Improve yourself, O man: Be sincere in yourself and in all you do, and, when you have attained this, your words shall be with power.

33/14.19. Remember your Creator and seek to discover Him in the best perfections; remembering that darkness does not know Him, but Light proclaims Him forever.

33/14.20. For on the foundation of an All Person, and believing in Him, lie the beginning and the way of everlasting resurrection. Without Him, none have risen.

33/14.21. These are the words and discipline; your God shapes the thoughts of millions in this direction. The two (words and discipline) are the authority vested in me, your elder brother, by Jehovih, Creator, Ruler and Dispenser, worlds without end. Amen!





Book of Inspiration

CHAPTER 1 Inspiration




34/1.1. These are the words of Tae, in kosmon: I am Light; I am Central, but Boundless, says Jehovih.

34/1.2. I give you of My Light; and when you have received, you cry out: Behold, I am wise!

34/1.3. Your corpor I made, in which to localize you; to mature your entity.

34/1.4. Without Me, you would not have come to life. You are like the end of a ray of light from My Person.

34/1.5. And you are focalized in your corporeal body.

34/1.6. I am to your spirit, like the sun is to a ray of light. I am the Light that illuminates your soul.

34/1.7. The ray of light that goes out of Me, takes root in mortality, and you are the product, the tree.

34/1.8. You were nothing; though all things that constitute you, existed before.

34/1.9. These I drove together, and quickened.

34/1.10. Thus I made you.

34/1.11. In the way that I made you corporeally, so I made you spiritually, intellectually:

34/1.12. As I made your corporeal body out of corpor, so, out of My Light, which is My Very Self, I built you up in spirit, with consciousness that you are.

34/1.13. You cannot add the tiniest fraction to your corporeal self by your own will and exertion. |1322|

34/1.14. It is by and through Me, that the process of absorption by the blood adds to you.

34/1.15. Your blood flows in your veins because of My quickening power upon you.

34/1.16. When I withdraw My hand, you die. Life and death are of Me.

34/1.17. All your corporeal part is, therefore, of Me and through Me.

34/1.18. So, also, is your spirit of Me.

34/1.19. And as you cannot add a fraction to your corporeal self, neither can you add a fraction to your spiritual self.

34/1.20. Your spirit grows out of Myself.

34/1.21. Nor can you, of your own self, manufacture, acquire or take to yourself, one new thought, idea or invention.

34/1.22. All thought, knowledge and judgment, which you have, I gave to you.

34/1.23. As the whirlwind gathers up dust, and drives it toward a center, so is the plan of My universe.

34/1.24. You are like a center; all things come to you from without.

34/1.25. Your knowledge, as well as your corporeality, came to you from outside, from that which was external to yourself.




























1322  At first thought this may seem not so. If a man swallows a stone, it may be said he added to himself. Literally, though this is not true, [for it is not really a part of him, although he carries it around within him for a season. Similarly the clothes you wear are carried around by you but are not part of you. Yet] were the stone digestible, it would add to him. In verses 14 and 15, we see this apparent paradox made clear. --Ed.


CHAPTER 2 Inspiration




34/2.1. You are made of inspiration, says Jehovih.

34/2.2. I made you a corporeal body, and I wrote upon it. You are the result.

34/2.3. And I made you susceptible, so all things external to yourself could write upon you.

34/2.4. The sum of these is your knowledge.

34/2.5. As it is with you, so is it with all men, and with all the living that I created.

34/2.6. Nor is there any knowledge in the world, but what I gave.

34/2.7. All of it is My inspiration.

34/2.8. Man said: By certain measurements, I teach my son mathematics.

34/2.9. I am behind all, says Jehovih.

34/2.10. I taught your father's father and all who were before him. The sum of all of man's knowledge is merely man's capacity to perceive My Light.

34/2.11. I made you My servant, to teach your son by certain measurements. This was the road I made to reach your son's soul.

34/2.12. Man said: I know more than my father did; and yet my father knew more than his father did. We reason, we digest, we compound from one another.

34/2.13. I am the All External; from Me smaller lights are focalized, says Jehovih.

34/2.14. A man holds a condensing lens (convex lens) to the sun, and he lights a fire with it, but yet the lens did not contain the heat.

34/2.15. You have accumulated knowledge in the same way; yet, you did not conceive any knowledge of your own, but all came from Me. I gave it all.

34/2.16. The increase in knowledge now upon the earth, with all the races of men, is only the increase I gave. Man of himself created none of it.

34/2.17. Neither can you create one thought, idea, or impulse.

34/2.18. You can only gather together from My harvests, or from Me in Person.




CHAPTER 3 Inspiration




34/3.1. I made the eye of man to obtain knowledge by light; but the ear of man I made to obtain knowledge from darkness, and within darkness, says Jehovih.

34/3.2. I gave the power of touch to man, by which he could learn the adaptability and compatibility and incompatibility, of things with himself.

34/3.3. These are the corporeal doorways I gave to you, O man, by which you are able to receive knowledge from Me and My creations, consciously to yourself.

34/3.4. Through these, you are constantly impregnated; through these, your soul accumulates knowledge of My works.

34/3.5. Whatever is charged upon these doorways of your soul, is inspiration.

34/3.6. When you see bread, you are inspired to eat; when you see a horse, you are inspired to ride; when you touch a nettle, you are inspired with pain.

34/3.7. Yet, in all cases, you must have practice before you can comprehend the inspiration that comes to you from these external things.

34/3.8. Man says: Today I remember my friend, whom I have not seen for many years.

34/3.9. Jehovih says: I made you like a storehouse, and like a book that was written before.

34/3.10. And I gave you power to re-read your stores and your book, within your soul.

34/3.11. This was the accumulated inspiration that I had previously given you.

34/3.12. When you are fevered, entranced, or in diverse action from your usual bent, your soul turns into these stores, and your memory comes forth wonderfully.

34/3.13. This is the manifestation of inspiration which I had previously given you.

34/3.14. I made you so that you would receive inspiration, not only from the world external to yourself, but inspiration from the members of your body.

34/3.15. My impression upon you is inspiration; but you must realize My inspiration, in order to know Me.

34/3.16. An idiot holds fire in his hand, and it gives him pain, but yet, he does not know the cause, or where the pain originates.

34/3.17. So also I come to you, and give you inspiration, but you do not discern Me.

34/3.18. Another man discerns My Presence, and My inspiration. He hears Me speak; he sees My Person.

34/3.19. Yet, I am with both alike.

34/3.20. One man opens his mouth to speak, and behold, My words come forth.

34/3.21. And yet another says: No man knows Jehovih; none have heard Him.

34/3.22. One man is sensitive, like a photographic plate for a picture, |1323| and he catches My Light instantly, and knows it is from Me.

34/3.23. Another one says: A sudden thought struck me! But he does not discern where it came from.



























































1323  or like a solar cell is to sunlight. (Regarding the photographic plate: In the early years of photography, a plate coated with chemicals was used, which reacted instantly to light, thus producing an image.)


CHAPTER 4 Inspiration




34/4.1. When the infant is young, My Light is its first knowledge, says Jehovih.

34/4.2. It sees Me and hears Me; and it sees and hears My angels (through its spiritual senses).

34/4.3. By the pressure of My Light upon its corporeal eyes and ears, it learns to see and hear corporeally.

34/4.4. This is the beginning of two senses, which I created to grow parallel to each other, and equal in strength.

34/4.5. But the infant, being in the corporeal world, heeds the things that appeal to the corporeal senses more than those that appeal to the spiritual senses.

34/4.6. So that one person grows up, forgetting Me and My angels. He is a skeptic.

34/4.7. But another person grows up, remembering Me and My angels. He is a believer.

34/4.8. And behold, you, O man, inquire of them: Where did the idea of a Creator, an All Person, come from?

34/4.9. And one of them answers you: It is inherent; it is natural.

34/4.10. But the other answers: It is folly; it came from darkness.

34/4.11. But I say to you, O man: Darkness cannot create an idea; darkness would not even be known except for the light I make beside it.

34/4.12. You cannot imagine any animal under the sun which I have not created.

34/4.13. Man said: I imagine a horse with a fish's head and fins.

34/4.14. Whatever you invent, says Jehovih, you merely take the parts of one of My creations, and put them to another.

34/4.15. Let this prove to you, if you cannot invent a new living creature, that your forefathers did not do so either in regard to Me.

34/4.16. Nevertheless, you have a thought, and an idea of Me and of My Person.

34/4.17. And you have a thought, and an idea of the spirits of the dead.

34/4.18. By My Presence and inspiration upon you, I taught you I am the I Am, a Person.

34/4.19. By the inspiration and presence of My angels, I taught you of them also.

34/4.20. My inspiration upon the bird causes it to sing; by My presence I teach it to build its nest.

34/4.21. By My presence I color one rose red, and another white.

34/4.22. Proof of My Person is in the harmony of the whole, and of every one being a person of itself, perfect in its order.




CHAPTER 5 Inspiration




34/5.1. I have two kinds of voices, says Jehovih: The silent voice and the audible voice.

34/5.2. I created all men susceptible to one or the other of My voices, and many to both.

34/5.3. One man hears My voice in the breeze, and in thunder, and in music.

34/5.4. Another hears My voice in the flowers of the field, and in the scenery of the mountains.

34/5.5. And yet another feels My inspiration; and he skips up the mountainside, and does not tire on the way.

34/5.6. He who neither sees nor feels My inspiration, goes up the mountain in great labor.

34/5.7. In proportion to how clear man is in his corporeality and in his spirit, so does he discern My inspiration.

34/5.8. And if he has great purity as well, then he shapes My Light into corporeal words.

34/5.9. I taught man to call these My revealed words.

34/5.10. Nevertheless, I did not create any corporeal man perfect; nor can any man reveal My words perfectly.

34/5.11. But I created the way open to all men, to try to reveal Me.

34/5.12. According to man's approximation to perfect manhood, |1324| so do I reveal to him, by My Presence and My words.

34/5.13. According to man's imperfection in manhood, so does My inspiration not manifest on his senses.

34/5.14. I created perfect manhood possible, equal in corporeal and spiritual senses.

34/5.15. Strong corporeal senses and weak spiritual senses detract man from My Presence, and make him infidel to My Person.

34/5.16. Such a man denies My inspiration and the inspiration of My angels. He is little more than a forest tree, which has a trunk and many branches, but does not move from its place.





























1324  In this, we see that, whether one is male or female, by approaching perfect humanness, one increasingly becomes aware of His Presence and His words.


CHAPTER 6 Inspiration




34/6.1. I am One Spirit, says Jehovih.

34/6.2. My quickening power is upon all the living; because of this, they live and move.

34/6.3. According to the different structures of the living, so is My inspiration manifested by them.

34/6.4. One, like the hare, runs away in cowardice; another, like a lion, is ferocious; another, without judgment, like the serpent.

34/6.5. And as to man, one is inspired to music, another to mathematics, another to seership, and so on.

34/6.6. To all of these I am the One, the Universal Inspirer moving them all.

34/6.7. According to their organic structure, so do they manifest My inspiration.

34/6.8. I made the serpent the lowest of living creatures, for I gave him an element capable of destroying himself.

34/6.9. When the earth was encircled with poisonous gases, I created poisonous vines, weeds, trees and all kinds of herbs, growing profusely upon the earth.

34/6.10. In that way, I created the vegetable world, from destroying gases and from earth-substance. And in that day all growing things upon the earth, which I had created, were poison as to animal life.

34/6.11. Then I created the serpents; of all sizes I created them. And they were poison also.

34/6.12. And the serpents I created were carnivorous, feeding upon one another. Self-impregnating I created them.

34/6.13. Thus I drove the poison of the air down into vegetation, and from there, into the animal world; thus I purified the air of heaven.

34/6.14. This was the first creation I created on this world.

34/6.15. Then I overcast the earth with falling nebulae, and covered up the poisons growing upon the earth, and they were turned to oil and coal.

34/6.16. Then I made a new creation (the second creation); giving feet, legs and bones to the animals I designed for the earth.

34/6.17. And when the earth was ripe for man, then I created him; male and female I created those of the second creation.

34/6.18. And man was dumb, like other animals; without speech and without understanding, even less than any other creature that I had created.

34/6.19. Nevertheless I had given to man, and thus made him out of, the dissolved elements of every living thing that had preceded him.

34/6.20. And man partook of the first and second creations. After the manner of every animal on the earth, I created man; with all the characteristics of all of them, I created him; male and female I created them.

34/6.21. And man was unconscious of his creation, not knowing where he came from; nor did he know which was his own species.

34/6.22. And I sent angels to man, to teach him who he was, and to rouse him up to his capabilities, for which I created him.

34/6.23. And my angels drew, from man's side, substance, and thus took on corporeal forms; |1325| and the angels dwelt with man as helpmates, to make man understand.























































1325  Many Spiritualists have witnessed this same kind of sar'gis (materialization). Refer to the Rev. Dr. Colley's reports of his investigations with the Rev. Dr. Monck, in which these forms were seen, in the light, to issue from Dr. Monck's side. Up to this time, there are hundreds of thousands of people now living who have witnessed the same thing [during the height of spiritualism in the 33 years before Oahspe was published]. --Ed. [This is a commonly known manifestation regarding sar'gis; also see 25/29.8, which alludes to this. || To read about the creation of man, see Book of Jehovih (04/4.16 to 04/8.18).]


CHAPTER 7 Inspiration




34/7.1. I created man, even from the beginning, that he should learn to be an independent being, says Jehovih.

34/7.2. And when My angels had taught man speech, making him name all the animals in the world, after the names the animals called themselves, |1326| I commanded My angels to come away from man for a season.

34/7.3. To My angels I said: Behold, of all the animals I created in the world, to man only I gave the capacity to transmit knowledge to his brethren by words.

34/7.4. And only to man I gave capacity to comprehend an idea of Me, his Creator.

34/7.5. Nevertheless, I inspire all living animals that I created; but they do not know it.

34/7.6. I inspire the spider to make its net; the bird to build her nest; the wild goose to fly south, before the winter comes; the mare to neigh for her colt; the ant to lay in its stores; the bees to dwell in a queendom; and so on. By My inspiration upon them I move and control every living creature.

34/7.7. Males and females I inspire to come together at times and seasons; and then to live apart during gestation. I keep these examples before man as a lesson of the wisdom of My inspiration.

34/7.8. To man I give liberty to acquire wisdom by observing the method of My work, as I manifest in other living creatures.

34/7.9. I have also given man capacity to attain to know My inspiration in contradistinction from the inspiration he receives from his surroundings.

34/7.10. To no other creature did I give this capacity.

34/7.11. What comes of Me, is without pain or injury to anyone, and with liberty to all. Such are My inspirations.

34/7.12. When man witnesses a battle, he is inspired to battle; when he witnesses peace and love, he is inspired to peace and love.

34/7.13. What moves man in consonance and wisdom, and to life, is My inspiration.

34/7.14. What moves man in dissonance and folly, and to death, is inspiration from man's surroundings.

34/7.15. I inspire the serpent to bite to death; for so I created it. This is no sin, for it fulfills its labor; it is the remnant of poison of other eras.

34/7.16. Man I created not to destruction, but to life, wisdom, peace and love toward all.

34/7.17. When man practices virtue, wisdom, truth and love to all, his inspiration is from Me direct.

34/7.18. When man practices destruction and selfishness, his inspiration is indirectly from Me, through the conflict of his surroundings.

34/7.19. And thus he becomes evil, instead of good.

34/7.20. Through direct inspiration I move upon all the animals I created.

34/7.21. This I also created possible to men, separate from indirect inspiration.








1326  this would be the Panic language


CHAPTER 8 Inspiration




34/8.1. Although all inspiration goes directly from Me to all the living, yet I also created man susceptible to indirect inspiration from all My creations.

34/8.2. Whatever receives from Me direct, is in harmony with Me.

34/8.3. The lily and the rose I created perfect in their order; the female bird I inspire to build her nest in season, perfect in her order.

34/8.4. And it is so with all My created beings, except man. All the rest do not err, in the order I made them; and they all fulfill the glory for which I made them.

34/8.5. But because I made man with the capacity to receive inspiration from all things, he manifests both evil and good; according to his birth and surroundings, so is man good or bad.

34/8.6. Nevertheless, I created man with the capacity to comprehend this also; for so I designed him, from the start to work his way up to the Godhead, understanding all below him.

34/8.7. And I sent My angels to man, teaching him how to distinguish the difference in the inspirations upon him, so that he could govern himself accordingly.

34/8.8. And My angels said to man: Become one with your Creator; these are His direct inspirations:

34/8.9. || To love your Creator above all else, and your neighbor as yourself.

34/8.10. To give delights only, and not pain.

34/8.11. To not kill.

34/8.12. To not do violently against His creatures.

34/8.13. To be considerate of the liberty of all the living.

34/8.14. To not interdict the happiness and hope of others, except only where, in its place, you can return a transcendent glory and hope.

34/8.15. For these are direct inspirations from your Creator.

34/8.16. But these are your evil inspirations, O man; these come from your birth and surroundings, formerly called, satan:

34/8.17. To kill.

34/8.18. To slander.

34/8.19. To punish.

34/8.20. To destroy Jehovih's created beings.

34/8.21. To strive for yourself, above another.

34/8.22. To gratify your flesh at the expense of purity or wisdom.

34/8.23. To be false to Jehovih.

34/8.24. To be false to yourself.

34/8.25. To speak falsely.

34/8.26. To covet another's.

34/8.27. To cohabit in the gestative period.

34/8.28. To engage in strife, or to aid and abet conflicts, which are the fruit of carnivorous food, transmitted in birth. ||




CHAPTER 9 Inspiration




34/9.1. Man I created with capacity to distinguish My direct from My indirect inspirations, says Jehovih.

34/9.2. And My angels gave him rules, by which he could make manifest the difference between the two.

34/9.3. Man has said: Behold, any man may say: Thus says Jehovih! || One kills his neighbor, saying: I was thus inspired by Jehovih. Another practices all goodness, and his words are wisdom and comprehension, and he says: I was inspired by Jehovih!

34/9.4. I say to you, O man: In this I also gave you liberty; therefore, judge for yourself as to which came from Me, and which from his surroundings (satan).

34/9.5. You shall be your own judge in all things.

34/9.6. Behold, I sent My God to judge you; but you shall also judge the judgments of your God; and afterward, you shall judge yourself in the same way.

34/9.7. I created you a perpetual judge, not only to judge yourself and all the world besides, but you shall judge Me, your Creator.

34/9.8. I have given you many sacred books, and I said to you:

34/9.9. Unless you judge them, you shall be caught in a snare; I charge you, you shall accept nothing from men, angels, or Gods.

34/9.10. But you shall rely on your own inspiration from your Creator.

34/9.11. Such is My word which I speak to your own soul.

34/9.12. What comes to you from a man is indirect inspiration; what comes from an angel is indirect; and what comes from the Gods is indirect.

34/9.13. No direct inspiration by Me can come to you from a book, or a sermon, or from anything in all My creations, but only from Me, your Creator.

34/9.14. Though one man receives direct inspiration from Me, and he writes it in a book, yet, when it comes to you, it is indirect inspiration, and is not binding upon you, except only so far as My direct inspiration upon you moves you to receive it.

34/9.15. Yet, I did not create all men with the same clearness to perceive Me, and to frame My wisdom in words.

34/9.16. Only a few will turn away from the inspiration of the world, and come to Me.

34/9.17. Many profess Me in words, but they do not fulfill My inspiration in practice.

34/9.18. My words come easily to the pure in heart; and My wisdom shows itself in the frame of their speech.

34/9.19. For I give them words, just as I give inspiration to the animal, to do perfectly and wisely the parts for which I created them.

34/9.20. Behold, I show the dumb spider how to weave its geometrical net; is it a greater wonder for Me, to give words of wisdom to a righteous man?

34/9.21. Or to put him in the way of receiving My revelations?

34/9.22. Or to show him the harmony and glory of My creations?




CHAPTER 10 Inspiration




34/10.1. In the first creation none heard Me, or saw Me, says Jehovih.

34/10.2. And even to this day, many men deny Me and My Person.

34/10.3. To teach you, O man, that you should be considerate of your brother's talents, behold, what a labor for My Gods and ministering angels!

34/10.4. To show you that no two men see alike anything I created;

34/10.5. To make you cautious, so that, because you cannot hear Me, you shall not judge your brother who can hear Me;

34/10.6. To induce you to this and that, without interfering with your liberty;

34/10.7. To make you watchful, to learn by your own inspiration from Me;

34/10.8. To make you skeptical toward others' versions of My words, and yet make you try to discover My words and My Person, of your own self, |1327| to see Me and hear Me.

34/10.9. Now behold, in the early days, over the whole world only one here and there could be made to comprehend Me.

34/10.10. As you may say to the beast in the field, or to the dog, the most knowing of animals: Jehovih! Jehovih!

34/10.11. And they will not hear you understandingly.

34/10.12. So it was, with nearly all the world, in the earliest times.

34/10.13. Today, I have quickened many.

34/10.14. Tomorrow, all the people in the world shall know Me.

34/10.15. This is the progress I created possible for you; this road you shall travel.

34/10.16. Yet you have blockaded the way against Me on every side.

34/10.17. You have put Me away, and said: Natural law! Moral law! Divine law! Instinct! Reflection! Intuition! Second sight!

34/10.18. I say to you: I have abolished all these things. I will have them no more, forever!

34/10.19. I have no laws; I do by virtue of My own Presence.

34/10.20. I am not far away; behold, I am with you.

34/10.21. I gave no instinct to any creature under the sun. By My Presence they do what they do.

34/10.22. I give no tuition |1328| by intuition; |1329| I am the Cause to all, and for all.

34/10.23. I am the most easily understood of all things.

34/10.24. My Hand is ready for whoever will reach out to Me.

34/10.25. My Voice is ready and clear to whoever will turn away from other things, and away from philosophies |1330| and ambiguous words, serving Me in good works.

34/10.26. My Light is present, and answers to all who follow their all highest knowledge.






















1327  by your own understanding; of your own accord, by your own process; attempting to perceive how that which was told you, accords with that which comes forth out of your own members, and if that which is coming forth is of Light, Truth, Beauty, Harmony, etc. (see rules of light 34/8.9-14 ), then you are well on the way






















1328  teaching, instruction, lessons

1329  Intuition is a philosophical concept regarding the direct apprehension (perception) of truth or knowledge, without the use of reason or empiricism (experience by the physical senses). Philosophers in general have presumed it is a making sense of the insensible through some inherent mechanism in the physical body. But here Jehovih is saying the cause is not an inherent mechanism, but it is by His very Presence that man can directly apprehend.

1330  see e.g., 32/13.41


CHAPTER 11 Inspiration




34/11.1. Do not seek to spread My gospels, and entice followers to this, or that, says Jehovih. |1331|

34/11.2. Neither go about preaching, saying: Thus says Jehovih!

34/11.3. Let all men hear Me in their own way.

34/11.4. No man shall follow another.

34/11.5. I will have no sect.

34/11.6. I will have no creed.

34/11.7. I am not exclusive; but I am with all My living creatures.

34/11.8. To those who choose Me, practicing their all highest light, I am a shield and fortification against all darkness, and against all evil and contention. ||

34/11.9. You shall not establish Me by man's laws, nor by the government of man, says Jehovih.

34/11.10. Nor establish, by man's laws or government, any book or revelation, saying: Behold, this is Jehovih's book.

34/11.11. To keep man from interfering with man, this has been great labor.

34/11.12. To teach man to comprehend liberty, especially as to thought and knowledge, this has been a great labor.

34/11.13. For he falls easily under the inspiration of his surroundings, and falls under the teachings and persuasions of his brother:

34/11.14. Because he comes from My hand into the world in innocence, a helpless infant.

34/11.15. And his elder brothers take advantage of his innocence, and teach him their own knowledge, instead of directing him to Me.

34/11.16. And his elder brothers were in darkness themselves, and their elder brothers before them.

34/11.17. I said to man: Be free! Learn to know liberty! Think for yourself! Study your Creator in all things, and in yourself in particular!

34/11.18. Turn away from your elder brothers; come to the All Highest Fountain.

34/11.19. Do not be confounded with abstruse |1332| reasonings; cut all things short, Godlike; learn of the Creator and His creations, there is nothing more.

34/11.20. You are one of the seeds of Jehovih, and were planted by His Hand. Be free from the whole world.




1331  In other words, do not seek to proselytize, force, importune, or impose conversion or adherence.




































1332  hard to understand, convoluted, cryptic, incomprehensible, recondite, clear as mud


CHAPTER 12 Inspiration




34/12.1. Of all My created animals, only man I created not perfect in his order, says Jehovih.

34/12.2. I created him as the most devoid of knowledge, and the most helpless of animals.

34/12.3. I did not give the bird capacity to improve her feathers; nor yet to improve her species; nor did I give her a book, either on how to build her nest, or regarding her behavior with other birds.

34/12.4. Nor did I say to the hare: Beware of foxes; or: Go, teach your young to depend on their fleetness.

34/12.5. And yet both, birds and beasts, move by My inspiration, perfectly in the order I made them; the bird does her work, and the hare flees from the fox.

34/12.6. But the child of man will put its finger in a serpent's mouth, and the child will also eat any deadly poison.

34/12.7. Thus I created man differently from all other things on earth; but I gave him the foundation upon which he could attain to perfection in all the attributes of My other living creatures. |1333|

34/12.8. And I said to man: Be observant of what you shall eat and drink, and where you shall dwell by day, and sleep by night.

34/12.9. For all things shall write upon your soul the character and kind of which they are made.

34/12.10. If you will be gentle, like a lamb, and non-resistant and docile, and so you can obtain great knowledge, feed upon herbs, fruits and cereals.

34/12.11. And your blood shall be pure and cool, and charged with food for your spirit, in peace and love.

34/12.12. But if you will be ferocious, like a carnivorous beast, then you shall feed upon flesh and fish, and your blood shall be hot, and your spirit shall be stirred with passion, anger, contention, tattling, war, jealousy, and love of vengeance.

34/12.13. For whatever you charge your blood with, shall be charged upon your spirit.

34/12.14. Because you cannot feed on fish or flesh except through destruction to death, even so, destruction to death shall come upon your soul.

34/12.15. From your own blood your spirit shall be inspired, even according to what your blood contains.

34/12.16. As through corpor your corporeal part is nurtured, so through the gaseous, atmospherean part your spirit is nurtured.

34/12.17. || Woman said: Behold, I do not kill any lamb, bird or fish. Others kill them, but I eat them. ||

34/12.18. To kill My lambs and birds, and whatever I created alive, is a simple act, says Jehovih. Let no man waste much speech because of such destructions. |1334|

34/12.19. It is the contamination of the blood of man by carnivorous food, upon which you shall ponder.

34/12.20. I created all the living so that like would attract like. Whoever makes himself carnivorous, cannot escape conflict and contention within his own members, soul and body.

34/12.21. Until the earth was circumscribed, I gave man carnivorous food; today, I make it poison to him.

34/12.22. And man shall turn away from it; and the smell of it shall sicken him; and the sight of blood shall fill him with horror.

34/12.23. The butcher shall be ashamed of his vocation; his neighbors shall say to him: You stink of blood!

34/12.24. Because you gave us flesh, we also drank to drunkenness.

34/12.25. Because you gave us flesh, we also smoked, and took narcotics.

34/12.26. Because you gave us flesh, we are rotten with catarrh, |1335| and wasted in the lungs.

34/12.27. Because we feasted on flesh, Jehovih answered us in corruptible flesh.

34/12.28. Lo, we stink from the sole of our feet to the crown of our heads.

34/12.29. And our offspring are born into the world so helpless and corrupt that half of them die in infancy. ||

34/12.30. Jehovih said: When I command the nations of the earth to peace, behold I raise My hand above the carnivorant's head.

34/12.31. As there was a time when I created every animal perfect in its order; so also shall such a time come to man.

34/12.32. And now is the dawn of that time. Therefore, I named it Kosmon.

34/12.33. As the spider learns to build her web without a book, and the bees to dwell in a queendom in peace and industry without books, written laws, and instructions on how to do this and that, even so, now is a new birth to the generations of My people.

34/12.34. By My direct inspiration upon them they shall learn to do all things perfectly, in the order of man for which I created him.

34/12.35. Man shall know how to do things easily, and without the long labor of books, and without being shown or instructions given.

34/12.36. As of old, I commanded you to have dominion over every living thing I created; so, now, I command you to take the earth and the waters of the earth and the air above the earth into your dominion also.

34/12.37. And you shall rule over them; to drive away the heat, and bring the cold; to drive away the cold, and bring the heat; as you will, for the benefit of all the living.

34/12.38. To accomplish which, you shall now, first of all, adapt yourself to your Creator, according to My highest Light upon you:

34/12.39. To put away your own disharmony in your blood and flesh, and in your soul.

34/12.40. Opening the way for My inspiration to come direct to you, so that you may be one with Me.






















1333  For examples: Among Native Americans the totem was to represent the best features of the chief creatures; each creature being appointed (and so represented by) a clan whose labor was to perfect in themselves the particular qualities of their designated creature. || In some cultures, the astrological signs were used to perfect man in the characteristics attributed to certain creatures. || The Chinese developed movements corresponding to various creatures. || The Hindus revered the cow for her attributes of receptivity and docility; and had many creatures connected with their Gods, and with the chakhras of the human body.




















1334  Note that this does not set aside admonition against killing. For, 'as sown, so reaped,' still applies.



















1335  mucus, phlegm, rheum; inflamed mucus membranes


CHAPTER 13 Inspiration




34/13.1. Man says: If I cannot add the smallest fraction to my corporeal body, and it is all built up by Jehovih, then indeed, it is His.

34/13.2. Neither am I accountable as to whether it is well made, or well preserved.

34/13.3. And if I cannot make one new thought or idea, then, indeed, all my thoughts and ideas are Jehovih's, given to me by inspiration, either directly by Jehovih, or by His creations.

34/13.4. Neither, then, am I accountable for my thoughts, ideas, or behavior, as to whether they are good or bad. Truly, then, I am not responsible for anything: neither for what I am, nor for what I do, nor for what becomes of me. I am merely an automaton; I, myself, am nothing.

34/13.5. Jehovih says: Because I gave you liberty, you are responsible for all you are, for all you make of yourself, for all that shall come to you, and for your peace and happiness, both in this world and the next.

34/13.6. Liberty I gave you as to what you would eat, what you would wear to cover yourself, and where you would reside.

34/13.7. I gave you liberty to build your house in your own way; but behold, I did not give such liberty to the bird, as to her nest, nor to the beaver, nor to the ant, nor to any other living creature.

34/13.8. Liberty I gave you as to whether you would eat herbs or flesh. But such liberty I did not give to any other living creature.

34/13.9. To the sheep and the horse I said: Eat herbs; to the tiger and lion: Eat flesh.

34/13.10. To you I gave liberty to make yourself carnivorous, or herbivorous, or omnivorous.

34/13.11. Whatever you put in your mouth, and it united with your blood, and became a part of your body, behold, it was by My labor and by My power that it was accomplished.

34/13.12. Truly I was your workman.

34/13.13. All that you did in the matter was to choose. You were, in that respect, the master, and I your servant. And, behold, I did not make the servant responsible for the master's behavior.

34/13.14. Because you made yourself carnivorous, the fault is your own. I placed before you the herbivorous animals and the carnivorous animals; and I gave you eyes to look upon them regarding their behavior, whether ferocious and destructive, or peaceful, patient and docile.

34/13.15. And I spoke to your soul, saying: Look and judge for yourself as to what you shall eat; observe the order of My creations and the result upon all My living creatures.

34/13.16. Therefore, you are accountable to yourself, and responsible to the entire world for having made your corporeal body as you have.

34/13.17. And the same applies to your spirit, soul, mind, ideas, and your thoughts. For I gave you liberty in the same way.

34/13.18. Yes, I gave you liberty to receive your inspiration from drunkards, harlots and fighters; or from men of wisdom, or the innocence of childhood, or the virtue of a virgin.

34/13.19. Or from a city of corruption; or from the country, with pure air, and trees and flowers, and mountains and valleys.

34/13.20. And I spoke to your soul, saying: Choose what you will to be the inspiration of your mind, spirit and soul; behold, I, your Creator, am your servant to impregnate you with thoughts, ideas and disposition. All you have to do, is to choose.

34/13.21. Yes, I said: I will even take you to whichever place and condition you may choose. ||

34/13.22. And now, because I gave you this extreme liberty, and you have chosen, behold, you are accountable to yourself for your every thought and idea; and for your spirit and soul; and in your behavior you are responsible to the whole world.

34/13.23. With liberty I bestowed responsibility also.

34/13.24. I am the Power, the Light and the Life.

34/13.25. In one thing, chiefly, you are not an automaton, and that is your own entity, your own self, your own whatever you are.

34/13.26. Yourself I gave to yourself; and even at the zero of your entity, I said to you (and continue to say): Go, make yourself. All other animals I created perfectly with My own hands, but to you I gave liberty to make yourself, even as you have. Yes, even in this, I said: You choose, and I will do the labor Myself for you.

34/13.27. So that, choice and liberty were the sum total which I gave to you.

34/13.28. Now, therefore, O man, as I gave choice and liberty to you, so shall you give the same to your neighbor and associate.

34/13.29. Without these, there is no responsibility; with these, all responsibility.

34/13.30. Choose your own food, your own clothing, and your house; and choose the location where you shall live, and provide the way for whatever inspiration you may, remembering you shall be responsible in all; and the results shall come to you according to whether you fawn upon satan, or emulate your Creator.




CHAPTER 14 Inspiration




34/14.1. These are Tae's revelations of Jehovih's times and seasons, appointed to the chosen:

34/14.2. The northern line of the sun shall be the end of the year, and shall be called the last day of the old year, says Jehovih. |1336|

34/14.3. And the first day after that, when the sun starts on his southern course, shall be the beginning of the year, and it shall be called the new year's day.

34/14.4. These are My times of the end and the beginning of a year, which I created; and I made the earth and the sun as My written testimony of them.

34/14.5. And I blessed and sanctified the old year's day and the new year's day, and I appointed them to be holy days, so that men might remember the order and the system of My works.

34/14.6. And I said to man: From one new year's day until the succeeding one shall be called one year, for it is one completed oscillation of the earth, and of her revolution in the orbit where I placed her.

34/14.7. Therefore, what you have completed within a year shall be remembered by you, so that you may judge yourself in those matters.

34/14.8. And on the old year's day, you shall render up full forgiveness in all things against all people.

34/14.9. And with the setting of the sun on that day, you shall be purged of all animosity and claims against every man, woman and child, in the entire world.

34/14.10. And you shall acknowledge this in words, songs, prayers, and in tokens of no intrinsic value, to whomever you had offended during the past year.

34/14.11. Tae said: For which reason, the old year's day shall be named the Most Holy Sabbath Day. Behold, it is in accord with His heavenly kingdoms. And it shall be with you a day of spiritual communion, and of praise to Jehovih and His creations; with music, oratory, and ceremonies, and processions for your youth, orderly and well disciplined.

34/14.12. And on the new year's day, you shall rejoice and sing and dance; mingling together, old and young, even as the old year and the new year are joined together, side by side.

34/14.13. The seventh day of the new year shall be your next sabbath day, and it shall be a day of rest and of spiritual communion, and praise to Jehovih and His creations, with singing and oratory.

34/14.14. So also shall every seventh day be a sabbath day; for which reason seven days shall be one week, being six days for labor, and one for rest and worship.

34/14.15. For this has been proven throughout the world, to be good for man.

34/14.16. These, then, shall be the moon's days (months):

34/14.17. The first new moon's day after new year's day shall be the beginning of the first month; and the completion of the fourth quarter of the moon shall be the completion of the first month, and it shall be named, First month.

34/14.18. The next four quarters of the moon shall be the second month, and it shall be named, Second month.

34/14.19. And the next completed four quarters of the moon shall be named, Third month. And so on, to the completion of the year.

34/14.20. Such, then, shall be the months in any and every year, for these are the moon's times as Jehovih created them.

34/14.21. Neither shall it matter whether or not the months overlap a new year's day; as they are created and moved by the Almighty, even so shall man compute and register them.

34/14.22. For example, a new year's day may come upon the twentieth day of the Twelfth moon or on another moon's day; still, as they fall, so shall they be numbered in truth. ||

34/14.23. As the moon's time differs to different continents, so shall the months' times of the inhabitants of different continents be locally to them.

34/14.24. But, in the intercourse between different nations on different continents, the month times shall not be enumerated.

34/14.25. But in all such cases, the year and the days of the year shall be named.

34/14.26. As, for example, the seventieth year and the ninety-sixth day. ||

34/14.27. And it shall come to pass that the sabbath days all around the world shall be the same day to all people, even with the travel of the sun.

34/14.28. By which, Jehovih's heavenly kingdoms shall be in concert with mortals, as to times and seasons in all things.







1336  The northern line of the sun is the latitude Tropic of Cancer. It is the Summer Solstice in the northern hemisphere. This verse is from the 1882 Oahspe. (The 1891 Oahspe editor thought this should instead be referring to the Winter Solstice, and he tried incorporating into the 1891 edition of Oahspe, changes to that effect.) Also, see 05/12.13, where the first year was established by the first God of earth, Sethantes.


CHAPTER 15 Inspiration

Holy Compact Day




34/15.1. As Jehovih, through His God, bequeathed to the children of Guatama a government unfettered by the name of God, Lord or Savior, so Jehovih sanctified the day of the ratification and the signing and sealing of His compact (American Constitution), as the Day of the Holy Seal. |1337|

34/15.2. And for its sign He made, A hand holding a quill.

34/15.3. Which shall be the master's sign of salutation in the lodge on the day and evening commemorating the same.

34/15.4. And Jehovih made the answer to the master's sign, The holding up (by the member of the lodge) of a piece of paper, signifying, Constitution.

34/15.5. Therefore it was said: The master saluted on the sign, Day of the Holy Seal, and the lodge answered in the sign, Constitution.

34/15.6. And Jehovih said: Remember this day, and keep it holy, to the end of the world, for this was the beginning of the liberty of man!








1337  see explanation after end of Book of Inspiration, i.e., starting at 34/15.01


CHAPTER 16 Inspiration

Holy Veil Day |1338|




34/16.1. As Jehovih, through His God, pulled aside the veil of heaven, saying:

34/16.2. Let My angels go forth; the living and the dead shall converse together.

34/16.3. So He sanctified the day when the angels of heaven were made known to mortals. |1339|

34/16.4. And He gave the sign, A hand holding aside a veil, signifying, Heaven Unveiled, as the master's sign in the lodge on the day and evening commemorating the same.

34/16.5. And Jehovih gave to the members of the lodge to answer in the sign, Three Clappings, signifying, Endless Joy!

34/16.6. And Jehovih said: Remember this day, and keep it holy, to the end of the world. For, without books and without arguments, behold, I have proven to you the continued life of the soul of man!



1338  sometimes known as Es Day





1339  see explanation after end of Book of Inspiration, i.e., starting at 34/16.01


CHAPTER 17 Inspiration

The Fallen Sword's Day |1340|




34/17.1. As Jehovih, through His God, delivered Guatama's slaves into freedom, and so, dealt the final blow to general slavery, so Jehovih blessed that day, and sanctified it. |1341|

34/17.2. And He gave to man, as the master's sign in the lodge, A hand pointing toward a pen, signifying, I have proved this mightier than the sword.

34/17.3. And Jehovih gave to the members in the lodge to answer in the sign, Clasped hands, and looking upward, signifying, In Your Praise, Jehovih!

34/17.4. Jehovih said Remember the day of proclamation of freedom, for it is My day, which I bequeath to you as a day of freedom in all righteous jollification, which you shall keep every year, and commemorate, to the end of the world.



1340  sometimes known as Freedom's Day



1341  see explanation after end of Book of Inspiration, i.e., starting with 34/17.01


CHAPTER 18 Inspiration

Holy Kosmon Day




34/18.1. Besides the above, Jehovih gave one more holy day, Kosmon Day, which He also commanded to be kept in commemoration of another matter, which Jehovih commanded to be secret with the Faithists for a certain period of time, which time has not expired to this day. Therefore, the day of Kosmon is still a secret with the Faithists. ||

34/18.2. And Jehovih said: So that mortals and angels may live and labor in concert, behold, I have given certain days, by which large congregations on earth may be met by My organic heavens, in reunion, mortals and angels, for the happiness of both, and for the glory of My works.

34/18.3. Now behold also, as by My Presence I inspire you when you labor with Me, and you are doing righteously, and with purity and love, so also is it with you, in regard to My angels.

34/18.4. When you make and keep your corporeal body pure and clean, My angels who are pure and clean come to you to aid you, and to enlighten you.

34/18.5. And when you put away all unclean thoughts and selfish desires, and seek to obtain wisdom and learn how best you can help your fellow-man, behold, My angels of light and wisdom come to you, and by virtue of their presence, which you do not see, they inspire your soul in the light of your Creator.

34/18.6. Man has said: I will not be a seer, prophet, su'is, or sar'gis; frankly, I will not have angels with me to teach me, or to give me any light or knowledge under the sun.

34/18.7. Whatever I can attain, it shall be my own. It is wiser for me to attain to know, and to do things by myself, than have angels come and give to me, or manifest through me.

34/18.8. In fact, I will not be used, by man or angel, for it would be prostituting my flesh and my spirit to others.

34/18.9. Behold, my body was given to me for my own use and profit, to establish and develop my own soul to eternal happiness in individuality. ||

34/18.10. My Presence is alike to all people, says Jehovih. I am to the just and the unjust; I am everywhere, both, in darkness and in light.

34/18.11. Because you are in darkness, you do not perceive Me.

34/18.12. Because you are imperfect in flesh and spirit, you deny Me.

34/18.13. Because you are confounded with disharmony, you do not believe in Me.

34/18.14. He who does not have an ear for music, does not discover a tune; just as he who is discordant denies My Person.

34/18.15. There is no selfishness in the pure, neither for earthly things, nor for their own flesh and spirit.

34/18.16. A pure man is like a clear glass; he can see out of himself, and so, perceive My angels and Me.

34/18.17. Through the pure man, pure angels can see mortality as well as spirituality. Their presence inspires him to understand all things.

34/18.18. The angels are as much with the man who is not a seer, or a su'is, as with those who are seer, su'is, or sar'gis.

34/18.19. Because you do not see or hear angels, only proves your darkness, but does not prove the absence of angels.

34/18.20. To the dark, come the dark; with the dark, abide the dark, both angels and mortals.

34/18.21. The man of darkness is ruled more by angels than the man of light is.

34/18.22. Behold, I did not create you to fill any place in all the world for your own self's sake.

34/18.23. I gave neither your flesh nor your spirit to be yours only.

34/18.24. You shall relinquish these also, saying: To You, O Jehovih, I give all; my flesh, my spirit, my mind, and all my service, to be Yours forever.

34/18.25. You shall say: Appropriate me, soul and body, in whatever way You can, so that I may do the most good to others, mortals and angels. ||

34/18.26. Until you attain this, you shall not hear My Voice, nor see My Hand.

34/18.27. As I gave away Myself, and thus created all things, so shall you follow in My footsteps, in order to become one with Me.

34/18.28. In this lies the secret of wisdom, truth, love and power, time without end.





History of the Holy Days

(As compiled by the modern series editor; i.e., --ed.)





34/15.01. As Jehovih, through His God, bequeathed to the children of Guatama a government unfettered by the name of God, Lord or Savior, so Jehovih sanctified the day of the ratification and the signing and sealing of His compact (American Constitution), as the Day of the Holy Seal.

34/15.06. And Jehovih said: Remember this day, and keep it holy, to the end of the world, for this was the beginning of the liberty of man! ||


On July 2nd, in 1788, in the land of America, the president of its then current government, the Congress of the Confederation, speaking on behalf of and for that government, formally announced that the heavily debated Constitution was now in effect! In other words, from that time forward, it was irreversibly the core document around which America's government would form itself, thus sealing the fate of the American States and people, and known from then on, as the United States of America.

Thus on July 2, 1788, the fate of the new American Constitution was SEALED---made irrevocable---for legitimacy had been passed on that day, and without bloodshed, from the old government to the new government.








34/16.01. As Jehovih, through His God, pulled aside the veil of heaven, saying:

34/16.02. Let My angels go forth; the living and the dead shall converse together.

34/16.03. So He sanctified the day when the angels of heaven were made known to mortals.

34/16.06. And Jehovih said: Remember this day, and keep it holy, to the end of the world. For, without books and without arguments, behold, I have proven to you the continued life of the soul of man! ||


On November 14, 1849, in Rochester, New York, U.S.A., in the first public appearance of spirit communication, sitting in a hall rented for the occasion, the young Fox sisters nervously awaited. Till now, only in private homes had they given little demonstrations of the strange rapping power attending them. But tonight, among the audience, sat prominent citizens and a good many skeptics, come to see the "spiritualism" fad put in its place, as a passing fancy of a few tricksters, and the gullible.

"Oh," thought some, "witchcraft, ghosts, and goblin folklore dies slowly among the uneducated." And here lay an opportunity to set aside once and for all, the ludicrous claims they had heard rumors about. For tonight, anyone of the public could come; and many would be on the lookout for trickery and foolery. "Yes," they thought, "this should be a hoot! A jolly time indeed!"

For the affair billed itself as amusement, an oddity---so nothing serious was expected. Yet it proved otherwise; committees comprising individuals of sound repute investigated, to try to discover deceit, but all were unsuccessful. And all the while, this excited interest, and the challenge: Would the rapping prove spirits? Or would the skeptics be right that the demonstrations were a fraud---and would this not also put to rest the notion of spirit existence?

Little did the audience suspect that the angels of Jehovih had long awaited this moment. Indeed, earlier, when the Fox sisters began fearing the thought of public scrutiny in the upcoming Rochester public sitting, an angel of Jehovih spoke to them, encouraging them, telling them that this was their destiny---that for which they had been prepared.

And the angels did not disappoint. With great aplomb they caused great crackings, raps and uncanny thumps, startling the people. These and other unusual physical events occurred without any physical cause whatsoever. Because of the great interest aroused, and because the reports of the committees were to be reported at the next night's show, the extravaganza continued for days. Every night, with people swarming to get in, they packed the place. Newspapers wrote inspired accounts, and the wonder spread quickly around the globe.

Thus started in earnest, the worldwide phenomenon of Spiritualism. And it flourished for a generation, from 1849 to 1882---this latter date being punctuated by the publication of Oahspe, a fitting jewel, crowning the wave of spiritualism.


(In learning the history, some spiritualists thought spiritualism's start rested with the first rappings that were definitely understood as spirit communication by the Fox sisters on March 31, 1848. Newbrough, Oahspe's editor, thought so too. But these rappings were not the public, widely stirring phenomenon that the Rochester rappings were. On that night of March 31 in the hamlet of Hidesville, |1342| the Fox girls discovered that there was intelligence behind some rappings that responded to their questions. It turned out to be the spirit of a murdered man. But the great flood of angels implied in verses 2 and 3 |1343| was not evident in this comparatively insignificant, isolated event. For here was only one angel, the spirit of a murdered man, made known to a small number of individuals.

In contrast, on November 14, 1849, the angels of Jehovih publicly proved to mortals immortality of the soul. After that there was no turning back; testimony from so many credible witnesses made an indelible mark upon public consciousness; reports widely spread by the media made it insuppressible. Before then, spiritualism would have been considered, if at all, by most as just another fringe oddity. Previous spirit manifestations and communications (including those of Hidesville), |1344| had stirred up only marginal curiosity. But the November 14, 1849, demonstration launched Spiritualism as a public movement which would quickly span continents.

Jehovih's work is not confined to small dark corners, but is executed in large measures that affect nations and peoples, influencing and directing the course of future events. Shall we not then, commemorate November 14 as Holy Veil Day?)








































































1342  Hidesville or Hydesville, was located about 20 miles (32 km) from Rochester, New York, United States of America.


1343  34/16.2 and 3; or 34/16.02 and 03. The rappings actually began with the prior residents of the house; and the entire Fox family was aware of the rappings well before the night of March 31, but till that night, none understood that the rappings had an intelligence behind them, trying to communicate.








1344  see 37/7.7






34/17.01. As Jehovih, through His God, delivered Guatama's slaves into freedom, and so, dealt the final blow to general slavery, so Jehovih blessed that day, and sanctified it.

34/17.04. Jehovih said Remember the day of proclamation of freedom, for it is My day, which I bequeath to you as a day of freedom in all righteous jollification, which you shall keep every year, and commemorate, to the end of the world. ||


The slaves were proclaimed free on January 1, 1863. Here is the story: On September 22, 1862, in the midst of a civil war, President Abraham Lincoln of the United States of America issued a preliminary emancipation proclamation to be put formally into effect, if necessary, on January 1, 1863. If those states in rebellion continued till then, the proclamation was to go into effect and their slaves declared free.

On that day of January 1, 1863, he signed the Emancipation Proclamation and it was publicly proclaimed. The slaves were free! The war could not free the slaves, but the pen did! The pen was proved mightier than the sword!


(In reading the corporeal history of these events, one must keep in mind that Oahspe is giving the spiritual side of the history, or rather, the history as seen from a spiritual perspective. Thus while the Oahspe authors relate primary motivations and broad sweeps, they cannot, in a generalized book like Oahspe, elaborate on, or even mention, contributory fluctuations in policy or war events, nor other things that from a mortal perspective may seem to be important.

Thus, while the Emancipation Proclamation did not end all slavery in the world, nor in the USA (it took a later, 1865, constitutional amendment to do that), it nevertheless, from the spiritual perspective of wisdom, dealt the final blow to general slavery.)

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