Some have wondered what I am doing at this present time, wondering why I am not working on my autobiography, The Man From Joe’s Bar and Grill, or completing The Light of the Moon book.
What I do or don’t do has no significance to the Marvelous Work and a Wonder®. Those who wonder what I am doing haven’t yet grasped the message of this work:
We are all equal gods, fully, 100%, responsible for our own experience in how we react with our environment. So, why would anyone care what I am doing? Let me be a God like you are.
My job is to be available each week at 8 PM (Mountain Time, U.S.) on the talk radio show to answer any question about the real truth concerning our human experience. That’s pretty much it folks! :-)
Yes, I will complete the books someday. But what would you do if 25 years of an incredible burden had been lifted from your shoulders? Wouldn’t you want to relax a bit, take it easy, enjoy the experience of being equal with everyone else? And that’s exactly what I am doing! I have no desire to start again with the remaining material until the winter time. Wouldn’t you go to the beach and sit comfortably sipping a cool drink watching the waves hit the sand … that’s what I was doing earlier … in my mind in the RV in the sweltering heat of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Some complain that I am lazy and make Sheri and others work so that I don’t have to. Well, those some are absolutely correct! But I don’t make Sheri or anyone else do anything. Do you want a full disclosure of my personal finances? Why not?
Everything Sheri gets paid goes to our personal needs, which are far less than anyone else I know, and the rest goes towards the MWAW. Sheri gives more to support that MWAW than any other … and I don’t even have to ask anything of her. Without Sheri, there would be no Garden Park, except for Ida Smith’s humble home and the basement she allows for our stay. Without Sheri, there would not be much for me to live on. But it doesn’t stop with Sheri. There are a few who help support this work, and without them Sheri could never afford what it takes. (And I have to comment that those few have become less and less as time goes by. And I’ll never again ask another person to bear my financial burdens. What I give, I give for free! Except for sex … that’s why Sheri has to work … :-) )
But Sheri needs Nate Davis, who works his butt off every day to provide her with a job. Nate Davis needs Kristin Davis to run his office and his financial life, and who also works her butt off so that Nate prospers and can provide Sheri with a job to take care of me.
So who do I thank for allowing me to be a bum?
Maybe the generous Thiedes, Cheryl Patton, or a few others unnamed who sacrifice to help the MWAW become what it has become?
There are these few who ensure that I can continue to exist without earning money. Am I taking advantage of their generosity and sacrifice? Oh, yes! And they expect me to. The MWAW expenses presently are far greater than its income … thanks to my misguided choices in the Rod Vessels case … but all this is material wealth … buildings (condos actually) … which can be sold and satisfied, which just might happen unless we find a generous millionaire who values the information of the MWAW more than millions … right! :-)
Funny, isn’t it? The LDS people (the majority of my critics/enemies) don’t see any problem paying 10% of their income to support something as unrealistic and emotionally destructive to the whole of human society as their religion, yet mock a few who have left their religion to support something that … what? … actually had the power to relieve them from the burden of paying 10% of their income. Almost ironic.
Now, think about this ye dearest LDS ones:
The MWAW supports your ability and desire to worship a God according to the dictates of your own conscience, even if your God has already determined “the final outcome between good and evil.” And sorry that we don’t wear your “team’s jersey” …
Okay … one has to see where I’m getting this from:
… since those who embrace the MWAW wear a completely different jersey than yours, we’ve already been condemned and have lost, right?
Yet, wearing our jersey and being on the MWAW team we are already Gods and have no requirement to pay any amount of money, tithing or not, in order to become One (a God). Whereas, you folks … you know, your LDS team wearing the funny jerseys that none but the few million of you wear … are still trying to become One (a God).
So, why wouldn’t a person choose to become a God now for free, rather than pay to be a member of a team that has to wait until the end of the game? Oh yeah, according to you, one will never become a God unless they were on the right team … your team!
For the life of me I don’t know how the LDS people swallow this kind of thinking … oh yes, I know, from listening to the words of their 12 assistant coaches, whose positions of authority would have never existed without the help of the Ancient Egyptians.
(Now I’m going to answer a question that someone asked me about where the idea of twelve disciples came from:)
Remember when the Hebrews were in Egypt, according to their own myth?
Of course, there’s absolutely no factual or historical evidence that the Hebrews were ever slaves or lived in Egypt, but the connection had to be made in their fabricated history. The Jewish historians had to somehow link the myths and fables they invented to the ancient Egyptians, because that is where they (the Jews), and then those who broke off from them (the Christians), got their ideas for religion. Their God, Jehovah, who was also known according to ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and texts as Horus, who was also called “The Truth,” ”The Light” (thus the orb resting on his head in most of his depictions), “God’s Anointed Son,” ”The Good Shepherd,” “the Lamb of God,” and many other names that eventually made it into Hebrew, then Christian culture.
And, oh goody! Now that I can reveal the real truth, let me include an example of these hieroglyphics, especially the ones where the idea of the twelve tribes (sons) of Israel and then the idea of Twelve Apostles came from:
Now that I’m on a bit of a roll, why not continue with the real truth of where the stories of Jesus originated in the minds of those who invented his history and stories.
Remember my friend, John, the Beloved, who took all of the allegory that he used in his book of Revelation from the Old Testament of the Bible? Remember him? Well, he did exactly what the main editors of the eventual canonized New Testament did when they came together on a consensus of what the stories of Jesus would contain. (And remember it was just one Roman writer, who was the main editor, who was a man who was very literate and well-read in all ancient religions, especially the Egyptians and the Hebrews.)
The prototype for Jesus came from the story of Joseph. Joseph was born of a miracle birth. (See Gen 30:22-24) Joseph was one of 12 brothers, and it was Judah who suggested that they sell Joseph for 20 pieces of silver. (See Gen 37:28) But since Jesus appeared more worthy of a larger price, the mythical Judas was paid 30 pieces of silver. Both Joseph and Jesus started their ministry at the age of 30. (See Gen 37:28) And there are many, many more!
I could go on and on about the parallels between Judaism and the ancient Egyptian religions. There are many, but there are even more parallels between the Christian religion and the ancient Egyptian religions than there are between the Jews and Egyptians. Why? Because the New Testament editor, the educated Roman that he was, knew more about the Ancient Egyptians and their esoteric beliefs than those who made up the Hebrew stories.
Joseph Smith knew all of this. The result of Joseph’s knowledge and his mandate to give the people what they wanted, was that Joseph invented what would become The Book of Abraham. (Read Chapter 30  of Joseph’s biography.) Joseph only did what the people expected based on the myths that they already accepted.
Oh, how liberating is the real truth.
You see, ye LDS team,
The glory of any God is intelligence, in other words, light and truth … albeit, real truth.
You were right when one of your beloved apostles (even the same one who called me a “Whacko” in a recorded phone conversation) said that, “the victory has already been posted on the scoreboard.” But the real truth is and always will be that every single one of us has on the exact same jersey and belong to the same team, and we’re all going to win … yep … we’ve already won and we don’t even know it!
But, shhhhhhhhhhhhh, don’t tell the Mormons. Let them keep playing the game with their funny underwear jersey proudly displaying, “We’re the Only Winners!”
It’s fun watching them!
And that there, folks,
Is what I do all day …
I just took a 2 hour nap before I finished this post.
So, how much would YOU pay for the information I just posted?
Well, then …
GET YOUR BUTT UP AND WORK FOR ME!