How the MWAW has used religion to counter religion.

The Marvelous Work and a Wonder® (MWAW) is a work dedicated to understanding “the mysteries of God” in full.

“The mysteries of God” is the Real Truth: things as they really are now upon Earth, as they really have been, and as they really will be.

The MWAW started during the late 18th Century, right after the United States declared and won its independence from the British Empire. This was the first time in modern history when a government was established that incorporated laws that protected the freedom of religion, separating church from state. Once established, the United States became a haven for personal religious beliefs and many diverse ways of practicing these beliefs.  Sects of the different mainstream European religions sprouted up all over the United States.  It was a very unique time for personal freedom.

A small anonymous group of men had a desire to start a new religion, one that was unique to the use of personal religious freedom.  The people would form this new religion according to their, not the government’s way of thinking.  Owing to the fact that most religious thought at the time was based on Christianity, it was their (these few men’s) desire to start a religion based on the simple and basic teachings of Jesus Christ as given in the Bible.  These teachings were all about creating social and economic justice for all people, regardless of the color of their skin.

These anonymous men approached Thomas Jefferson, a widely popular politician and statesman at the time, and discussed their idea with him. They pointed out, to Jefferson, the terrible things that the European Americans were doing and had done to the Native Americans. The European Americans justified their actions towards the Natives because of their Christian beliefs based on the Bible. They explained that a new, uniquely American religion could be started to change the mindset of the American Christian about the Indians.

This proposed religion would include a new version of scripture (the word of God). Although Jefferson agreed that the Natives were being and had been mistreated, he disagreed that a new religion needed to be created and, ostensibly, led by him. Instead, Jefferson offered to use his popularity and influence to point out the hypocrisy of the American Christians as it related to the simple teachings of Jesus. The anonymous men knew Jefferson’s idea would not work. American Christians were too entrenched in the Bible, their organized churches, and their religious leaders’ interpretations to understand their hypocrisy and the terrible way that they viewed and were treating the Natives.

Rejecting the help of the anonymous men, Jefferson wrote a book that he hoped would help solve the problem, not by introducing an entirely new religion, but by dedicating Christianity (specifically, the words of Jesus) to the Native Americans. In 1804, Jefferson published,

The Philosophy of Jesus of Nazareth, being Extracted from the Account of His Life and Doctrines Given by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John; Being an Abridgement of the New Testament for the Use of the Indians, Unembarrassed [uncomplicated] with Matters of Fact or Faith beyond the Level of their Comprehensions.

Jefferson’s work became known as Jefferson’s Bible. It failed miserably to convince the American Christians of their erroneous ways. Few read Jefferson’s book and took it to heart.

A few years later, these anonymous men met with a popular minister named Ethan Smith. They explained their idea of creating a new religion with a new source of “God’s word” to Smith. Interested at first, Smith rejected the idea of establishing a new American religion, but would later plagiarize many of the ideas that these anonymous men had given him. Smith eventually published his own book, View of the Hebrews. The basic idea was that the Natives were just as important in God’s view as the white Europeans, because the Natives were actually direct descendants of the ancient Hebrews.

A few years before Ethan Smith published his book (1823), the anonymous group of men were following the doings of a local teenager who was making some very outlandish claims and noise about God and religion. The teenager’s name was Joseph Smith, Jr., no relation to Ethan Smith. Joseph Smith claimed that when he was 14 years old, he had a vision in which it was revealed to him the true nature of God and religion. Of course, because the young teenager’s views conflicted with the orthodox view of God and religion and confounded all Christian sect leaders, he was widely ridiculed and rejected. But Joseph’s tenacity and genius was indescribable, which made the young boy a concern to the established religious leaders of that time.

Being young, tenacious, and unrelenting in his beliefs, these anonymous men knew they had found the right person with whom they could work to establish a brand new American religion. They secretly watched Joseph and his family over the next few years. Finally, in 1822, these men made contact with Joseph and explained who they were and what they wanted him to do for them. Joseph agreed with them wholeheartedly. These men had found their first True Messenger of modern times.

These men are the ones who are responsible for the Marvelous Work and a Wonder®. They started their work with the young Joseph Smith. The idea was to publish a new form of scripture (God’s word) that would counter the misinterpretations of the Bible being spewed by religious leaders and eaten up by the masses. They gave Joseph Smith the idea and the words needed to publish the Book of Mormon. The book’s purpose would be clearly stated many years later:

“[They] said there was a book deposited, written upon gold plates, giving an account of the former inhabitants of this continent, and the source from whence they sprang. [They] also said that the fulness of the everlasting Gospel was contained in it, as delivered by the Savior to the ancient inhabitants;” (Pearl of Great Price, Joseph Smith History 1:32)

The book was meant to do what Jefferson’s and Ethan Smith’s books had failed to do: point the Christian mindset towards the words that Jesus delivered in the Bible. This new American Bible would reiterate the great importance of Jesus’ words as “the fulness of the everlasting Gospel.” The Book of Mormon would not invent new words and put them in Jesus’ mouth. It presented Jesus’ words word for word as they were written in the Bible. (Compare New Testament, Matthew, chapters 5, 6, and 7 to BOM, 3 Nephi, chapters 12, 13, and 14.)

The story they invented to present this information was very credible, at least at that time. It basically followed the concepts these men had shared with Ethan Smith. These concepts were all about the equality of the Natives to the European white people. It was these men’s hope that the American people would accept these ideas and change the course of history by finally establishing a religion based entirely on “the fulness of the everlasting Gospel was contained in it, as delivered by the Savior.” But it was the people’s choice. It was the people’s religious freedom.

As the book was being written, Joseph would share portions of it with his family and peers, and these men would gauge their reaction to the new ideas. Unfortunately, these few peer reviewers couldn’t give up their former religious beliefs for the new concepts that the Book of Mormon presented. Subsequently, the book’s authors changed its format and storyline according to what they thought the people could accept. But regardless of how much the authors acquiesced to the ignorance and the American Christians’ reluctance to change, in the end, the white-skinned European Christians who believed in the Book of Mormon, ignored its story and the idea on which it was based: “the fulness of the everlasting Gospel was contained in it, as delivered by the Savior.”

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS/Mormons) was the result of the new American religion that the people wanted. This religion does not base its “gospel” on the words of Jesus, as “the fulness of the everlasting Gospel,” but incorporated into LDS/Mormon gospel: priesthood authority, ordinance work, and many other things that have nothing to do with the simple words of Jesus.

Hoping that this wouldn’t have been the case, but figuring from past experience it would be, the anonymous men responsible for the Book of Mormon included a failsafe in the book’s storyline that might eventually help the American Christians see their great mistake one day. This failsafe is The Sealed Portion of the Book of MormonThe Final Testament of Jesus Christ. (Click here to order a print copy. Click here to download a PDF.)

Their continued work is this Marvelous Work and a Wonder®.

So, what is “the fulness of the everlasting Gospel … as delivered by the Savior”?

Let’s explore it as it is written:

There is no person on Earth, scholar or otherwise, who could wisely and prudently discount the fact that the stories of Jesus center around providing the basic necessities of life (food, water, clothing, shelter, healthcare, education, and personal freedom) to the masses (the “least among us”). According to what is written, there should be no argument about what Jesus Christ is going to do when he comes again upon Earth. (Of course, according to Christian scripture.)

“For I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in: Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me.”

Likewise, only a fool, who hasn’t actually read the book of Revelation, would argue against the fact, that when Jesus comes again, the politicians (kings) and business owners (merchants) are the ONLY ones who are going to “weep and mourn” at his coming.

“And the kings of the earth, who have committed fornication and lived deliciously with her, shall bewail her, and lament for her, when they shall see the smoke of her burning, Standing afar off for the fear of her torment, saying, Alas, alas, that great city Babylon, that mighty city! for in one hour is thy judgment come. And the merchants of the earth shall weep and mourn over her; for no man buyeth their merchandise any more.”

The MWAW’s purpose includes telling people that they have read, heard, and seen a lot of things about religion, God, and human existence upon Earth that they don’t understand and that is far from the Real Truth.

A new, contemporary True Messenger was called to the task. The anonymous men’s preliminary counsel to their new messenger reflected what is written in the scriptures that people believe are “the word of God.”

“Go, and tell this people, Ye hear indeed, but ye do not understand ; and ye see indeed, but perceive not that which ye see. Therefore thou shalt give unto them that for which they seek, and those things which they do not understand, for they seek to hear heavy things, and their hearts are full of excess because they desire that which maketh their ears heavy, even that which they do not understand. Preach unto them much and make their ears heavy with your preaching; yea, make the heart of this people fat in that which they desire, but shut their eyes to the truth that would heal them; For they are a fallen people who seek not the Lord to establish his righteousness so that they see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their heart, and convert, and be healed.”*

(*The above is a corrected translation taken from the original Greek that was published as Isaiah 6:9-10. I’ve included the corrections to the King James Bible in bold italic.)

The MWAW’s main focus was on the American people who had the freedom to choose what kind of religion they wanted (since the establishment of the United States and the constitutional right of freedom of religion). As mentioned above, instead of choosing to set up and follow a religion centered in and upon the overall message of Jesus Christ (providing the basic necessities of life to all equally), these free Americans established a religion based on everything BUT the pure message of Christ and religion:

“Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world.”

The test of a Christian person’s true integrity came with, first, the establishment of a government that separated itself from religion and allowed and protected each person’s right to believe in whatever religion one wanted; and secondly, protecting one’s right to establish one’s own religion according to the dictates of one’s conscience. Thus was formed and established the very first, original, American religion, the LDS/Mormon Church.

Unreported and kept secret by major media and news outlets, the LDS/Mormon Church became the wealthiest church per capita in the entire world. It’s influence is felt with great power in the United States Government and in the business world. (Part of the reason why many media and news outlets shy away from investigating and reporting on the LDS/Mormon Church is because of this secret combination of political and business power.)

Before the Mormon religion was officially formed, the American people were given the chance to consider a new scripture, a new “word of God”, and establish a new religion centered around the stories found in this new scripture. Reflecting on the ancient Roman Empire, that introduced the New Testament as new scripture, most fail to consider that the Roman Empire allowed its citizens the exact same benefits and protections that the United States of America allows its citizens … uncannily! The Roman Catholic Church was the result.

Although the stories of Jesus are found in both the Roman and American new scripture, neither culture recognized the overall message of Jesus found in their accepted “word of God.” Both cultures allowed a religion to be established that circumvented “pure religion and undefiled before God.” Both the ancient Roman Christians and the modern American Christians center[ed] their religion around their leaders, around Capitalism, which is far removed from the warnings Jesus gave about his final judgment of the world (see Matthew, chapter 25 and Revelation, chapter 18).

Both religions are based on the power, prestige, and popularity that their leaders gain from their followers. Both religions insist that ONLY ONE MAN (and it must always be a man: Pope or Prophet) has the right to speak with God and receive God’s will for the masses.

Although the young Joseph Smith tried his best to convince the people to follow the precepts of the Book of Mormon, he was told to let the people have the religion that they wanted. Although the clues to this fact are well established in the Book of Mormon, the LDS/Mormon people, led by men who teach that their modern doctrine and revelation trump anything that their scriptures say, fail to consider these clues:

“But behold, the Jews were a stiffnecked people; and they despised the words of plainness, and killed the prophets, and sought for things that they could not understand. Wherefore, because of their blindness, which blindness came by looking beyond the mark, they must needs fall; for God hath taken away his plainness from them, and delivered unto them many things which they cannot understand, because they desired it. And because they desired it God hath done it, that they may stumble.”

It was a modern Mormon Prophet who convinced the people that God would not allow an unrighteous man to lead His church. Mormons cannot imagine that God would want them to stumble even though many of the things that Mormons believe are far from “plain” and clearly understood, and they continually desire that which the ancient Roman Christians desired: wealth and worldly success. There are few high Mormon authorities who have not made a name for themselves in the world and proven their devotion to Capitalism before being called as a General Authority of this church.

Although one of the wealthiest religions in the world, the Mormon Church forces people to work and attend their church if one wants its help. And don’t be deceived and swayed by what Mormons claim to be their generous donations to victims of world catastrophes. The Roman Emperors did the same thing. Anytime these Emperors felt that the people doubted their humanity, they would give free bread to the poor and needy. Where there was a natural disaster, the government would step in and provide needed assistance, very similar to and in the same ways that the current American government does.  (See this Memorandum to review the negative and devastating effects LDS/Mormon humanitarian efforts have had on the local economies of the world.)

Neither the ancient Roman Christians nor the modern Mormons believe that a person is entitled, as an inalienable right from God, to the basic necessities of life free of charge. Again, completely contrary to the overall message of Jesus, the Christ. These two religions, similar to each other, force a person to be a slave to a business owner in order to have their basic needs met. And if the Romans and the Mormons maintain and continue to support their unChristlike doctrine, that a person should be forced to work for their food, water, clothing, shelter, healthcare, and freedom, then they shall suffer at the final judgment of the KING OF KINGS and LORD OF LORDS in whom they believe. Jesus is not going to let them off the hook just because they believe in Capitalism and hard work.

Jesus believed in individual freedom. And a job at Starbucks is far from the individual, free choice a musician, poet, or artist (to name just a few examples) would make in order to be able to live upon Earth.

(Now, here’s where the MWAW and the Real Truth are forced to tell the Real Truth about Jesus, and why so many Christians despise the MWAW.)

Jesus is not a real person. Never was. Never will be. The idea and stories of Jesus were invented for one purpose and one purpose only: to give hope to the masses while they continue to be slaves to the “kings and merchants.”

As the Great Roman Empire spread its power and influence throughout the world, many Roman business owners became rich from the protection that they were afforded by the government. Each city and culture that was assimilated into the Roman Empire became Romanized, which included, of course, the payment of taxes for federal protection.

Once admitted as a state of Rome, the people of this state became Roman citizens and subjected to Roman law. Each small group of people had its own local leaders. These local leaders were convinced (forced at first) to collect the taxes for the government in Rome. These tax collectors would eventually become the religious leaders of the people. Religious leaders learned how to manipulate the people into paying tithes and offerings for their support because of years of training in collecting taxes for Rome. If the people could be convinced to support their government with taxes, they could be convinced to support their religion with tithes.

In fact, paying money to God is much easier to get the people to do than paying money to a mortal man. Roman law supported and protected Capitalism. (Unfortunately, many modern people feel that Capitalism is a modern idea and term. It is not. The Romans were masters at becoming wealthy citizens through a free market system protected and enforced by their powerful government.  See this current news report on how the wealthy became millionaires and sustain their wealth.)

With ancient Capitalism, as well as in modern times, there is no way that a person could become wealthy unless he had slaves. Well was it penned by the author of Revelation:

(Start of excerpt from the book, 666, the Mark of America Seat of the Beast: The Apostle John’s New Testament Unfolded, pages 38 and 39.)

“For every one person who can claim success in reaching the standard of accepted self-awareness and prosperity, ninety-nine others suffer from the means used to achieve this prosperity without the ability to attain it for themselves. In the race to be counted of worth in a world of values and standards set to benefit those who set them, no notice is given to the devastating effects of the contest.

“‘Freedom’ is an abstract idea perpetuated by those in power over others. Evident forced slavery has simply been replaced with tacit slavery. Rising to the sound of a rooster’s crow to harness the mule to the plow has been replaced with the obtrusive sound of an alarm clock that signals the beginning of another enslaved day. In both types of slavery, the wise ones are forced to work or they will die. The former was provided food, clothing, and shelter; the latter is given a piece of paper that must be exchanged for commodities owned by another slave owner.

“The slave’s desire to live enriches the landowner for whom he or she works, and also the merchant from whom he or she must purchase life. The former was forced into chains if work and rules were not completed as established by the master; the latter is locked in a jail cell for the same reasons. Neither chose to be born into slavery; each would have rather been born the child of a slave owner: one who never saw the butt end of a mule pulling a harrow, or the other who will never hear the sound of a time punch-clock.

“Though modern owners do not outwardly display their employees as personal human property, the slave trade has transformed itself into a shared commodity of the corporations and wealthy of the world. Within the commercial organizations that buy and sell goods, make products, and provide services, there exists a proprietary implication that if a slave refuses to work for one business, in order to remain alive, the rebellious runaway must submit to another. By running away from one plantation, the need to eat, and be clothed and housed necessitates the acceptance of another.”

(End of excerpt.)

One need only consider the definition of capital in order to understand how Capitalism got its start.

Capital: the most important city or town of a country or region, usually its seat of government and administrative center.

As all roads led to Rome in the ancient Roman Empire, all wealth led to its capital.

There was a backdoor combination of political and business powers that the politicians and business owners kept secret from the people. (This is where the term “secret combinations” comes from.) The business owners gave generously to the politicians so that laws would be passed that supported their ability to create and maintain personal wealth … the Roman Dream.

There was a huge secret that Roman politicians and business owners kept from the people. Senators would leave the Senate chambers, which were located well away from the public, and meet business owners (or their representatives) in the lobby. Latin lobia, lobium: ‘covered walk, portico.’ It was in the lobby where money exchanged hands for political favors. It was from this ancient capitalist practice that modern lobbying originated.

What if the ancient Roman people would have found out about what happened in the lobby of the Roman senate chambers? What if the people would have seen money going from the hands of the wealthy business owners into the hands of the powerful Senators, who were supposed to be the people’s representatives?

For many years, the people didn’t know what was going on. The people faithfully paid their taxes, patriotically believing that this was how their political leaders were supported. The lower the taxes, the more the people were convinced that their leaders were good and looking out for the best interests of the people. The higher the taxes, the more the people complained. But there were other secret things going on about which the people didn’t know. Taxes were low because the lavish lifestyles of the politicians were being supported in other ways: kickbacks from business and religious leaders.

As mentioned, for a time during the first Roman Republic, the local religious leaders were also the local tax collectors. The politicians knew that they could keep taxes low by demanding some of the money that the religious leaders would collect as tithes and offerings to God.

Throughout the Greek and Roman cultures, offerings to the gods were an easy thing for the leaders to demand from the people. This financial gain was eventually incorporated into the religious history of the Hebrew people as the Five Levitical Offerings: the burnt offering, the meal offering, the peace offering, the sin offering, and the trespass offering. The Hebrew priests wanted the “first fruits of the field,” the best cuts of meat, and had convinced the people that God was in need of these things. Once the Hebrews were assimilated into the Roman Republic, for their religious protection, the powerful Roman government demanded a part of these offerings.

It’s funny, isn’t it, that more historians don’t point out these historical facts in their written histories and commentaries? Anyone who points out logical Real Truths about capitalism and the secret combinations of political, business, and religious powers is not going to be supported by politics, business, or religion. In ancient times, anyone who tried was killed. In modern times, anyone who tries might be killed or his reputation destroyed in other ways.

Politicians, business and religious leaders depend upon their secrets, or rather, the great ignorance of the people, in order to maintain the power that they hold over the people. And the greatest power that these leaders have over the masses, besides the ignorance of the people, is economic power.

People need to eat, to drink, to be clothed, to be housed, to be cared for when they are sick, and most importantly, to be free. In a capitalist-based society, no one can eat, drink, be clothed, be housed, be cared for when sick, or be free, unless one receives a paycheck from an employer. No one is free. All are slaves to the “kings and merchants” of this world.

About 300 B.C., there was an educated Hebrew who witnessed the rise of his culture after his people were presented with a written history of their traditions and laws. The Greeks had become masterful story tellers about politics and gods. Many years before the Hebrew Pentateuch (Old Testament books of Moses) was written, Greek authors had penned the stories, Iliad and Odyssey. The Iliad is a literary masterpiece about the struggles of political powers and the wars that led up to rise of the incredible Greek culture. The Odyssey presented a Greek hero who had to deal with Greek gods and Greek monsters (the devil) in order to save the people. Well-paid Greek writers took Hebrew oral histories, stories and legends and used their skills to present the Hebrew people with their own literary masterpiece. The Greek hero Odysseus became the Hebrew hero Moses. The Hebrew version of the Iliad were all the stories contained in the books that followed the five books of Moses.

This educated Hebrew saw the great corruption that took over the political and religious leaders of his day. He could write just as eloquently and proficiently as the Greek authors who had written his people’s history. His poetic prose became one of the peoples’ favorite stories, although few understood what he had written. This Hebrew author, and it doesn’t matter what his name was (he never used his real name in any of his writings), poetically presented the “head” of the people as their political leaders and the “heart” of the people as their spiritual/religious leaders.

At the time he penned his masterpiece, the masses were suffering greatly. His people and culture were being overrun and controlled by the Greek Republic. Instead of confronting the Greek powers with the Real Truth of their despotic ways, which would have gotten him killed and his writings burned, this Hebrew author used his people’s traditions and stories to allegorically explain to the people what was happening to their culture. The people already had a history of being in bondage to unrighteous foreign kings and other marauding foreigners. He used Hebrew stories to illustrate what the Greeks were doing to his people. He explained that their politics (head) and their religion (heart) had become corrupt:

“Why should ye be stricken any more? ye will revolt more and more: the whole head is sick, and the whole heart faint. From the sole of the foot even unto the head there is no soundness in it; but wounds, and bruises, and putrifying sores: they have not been closed, neither bound up, neither mollified with ointment.”

Continuing his beautiful poetic prose, he explains that the reason for the people’s problems is that their pure religion had been turned into “sacrifices … burnt offerings of rams, and the fat of fed beasts; … the blood of bullocks, or of lambs, or of he goats.” He methodically listed the things that the people were doing “in vain”: “oblations; incense … the new moons and [appointed feasts] sabbaths, the calling of assemblies, … even the solemn meeting.”

“Pure religion and undefiled before God” had been turned into ordinance work.

He warned the people that in order to purge themselves of iniquity and return to their God for protection and salvation, they needed to “Learn to do well; seek judgment, relieve the oppressed, judge the fatherless, plead for the widow.” A later Roman Christian author, referred to as James, would reverberate his important message:

“Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction.”

Around 100 BCE., the people of the then Great Roman Republic began to see the corruption of their government and religious leaders. What was taking place in the lobby of the chambers where the head of their Republic, the Senate, met, became widely known. However, as they are today, the people of the ancient Roman Republic were ignorant of how politics worked. They depended on their representatives, the Senators, to represent them and inform them. The people didn’t have the right to elect the Senators. Senators who were supposed to be representatives of the people were appointed by wealthy business and religious leaders, EXACTLY like the first United States’ Senate was! But unlike the more educated American public* that could read and write and study, the ancient Romans trusted their leaders to come up with a solution for their problems.

(*Being more educated and eventually appraised of the fact that the U.S. Senators were not democratically elected officials, educated Americans among the masses rebelled and demanded that they be able to elect their Senators. It wasn’t until 1912 that this became law. Before the 17th amendment modified the U.S. Constitution, U.S. Senators were appointed by wealthy and influential business owners and religious leaders.)

Around 100 BCE, as the Roman Republic faced its own corruption and the protests of the masses for reform, the Senate began to debate what would calm the people. The people were eventually convinced that an Emperor was needed. Since their childhood, the masses had been told the stories of heroes. The masses were convinced that if the gods were real, they (the gods) would bless the people with a righteous hero to save them and make things better. The powerful Senate, again in their secret chambers, their pockets padded with lobbying proceeds, invented the idea of a God-appointed savior: an Emperor.

It was in 63 B.C., when the first human-god was appointed by the Roman Senate. Five years later, a man, who was well-known in some circles as a genius and a child prodigy; who explained things that most people never thought about; who used CPR to bring one of his friends back to life; whose fame spread through rumor and legend throughout the land surrounding the area of the Sea of Tiberius (it was actually a freshwater lake, called Galilee by the locals); began his own personal ministry. This man’s actual name was Inpendius.

Hundreds of years after Inpendius lived, the Roman Empire would be faced with revolting masses, who were stripped of their freedoms and suffering from the lack of food, water, clothing, housing, healthcare, and many were put in prisons. The Roman government would again use the ignorance of the people against them. Rome turned the people’s hero, Yeshua, into someone in whom the people could hope for future salvation; someone who would come again and give the people the basic necessities of life for free. But until that time, the Roman-invented Messiah would require the people to be patient, compassionate, pay their taxes, work for a paycheck, not be given to riotous living, subject to the government in humility and forbearance, waiting patiently on the only one who could save them: Jesus when he comes again as the KING OF KINGS and LORD OF LORDS.

Meanwhile, the politicians, business and religious leaders would continue to live lavish lifestyles supported by the hope and ignorance of the masses.

During his ministry, Inpendius began to point out that the peoples’ problems would never be solved by a corrupt government or by corrupt religious leaders. He explained that the people were being held in bondage and slavery, not only by the economic powers of that time period, but also by their ignorance (religious beliefs). The youth of that time period took to his message, albeit very few. As he confronted the common beliefs held by the people about their politics and religion, his childhood popularity faded. He became an enemy of both church and state.

Inpendius’ message was simple: every human being deserved the right to freedom, food, water, clothing, shelter, healthcare, and education. He taught people that humans were equal to the Roman gods, as well as to the Hebrew god of his own culture.

Needless to say, his message was rejected by the masses because of their (the peoples’) trust in their political and religious leaders, mainly their religious leaders. In 50 BCE, at the age of 39, Inpendius was killed by government authorities at the bequest and insistence of his own religious leaders. The story of his martyrdom spread throughout the Roman Empire. Rumor and gossip embellished his story. Inpendius became a posthumous hero to the people. He became a Messiah. And because it was rumored that Inpendius often quoted the poems from one of the peoples’ favorite prophets, whose name was eventually transcribed as, Isaiah (Salvation from God), time would make his birth name, Inpendius, disappear, replaced by a form of a Messiah: Yeshua (Hebrew: he who delivers the people from evil).

Yeshua quoted Isaiah because there was and is only one way for the people of Earth to establish peace and freedom for all people. This one way has always been known. In every culture that has developed throughout the history of Earth, there has always been only ONE WAY. If a culture didn’t embrace this ONE WAY, it would eventually fail and cease to exist. This ONE WAY is the ONLY WAY that humankind will survive into the future. This ONE WAY is very easy to understand. It’s a very easy way that can be incorporated into our human society.

It is the only WAY, the only TRUTH, and the only LIFE that is possible for this world. It is PURE RELIGION AND UNDEFILED BEFORE GOD. It was the message of Inpendius, the Son of man, in ancient times, and is the message of “the one like unto Inpendius” today:

Start providing FREE food, water, clothing, housing, healthcare, and education to, and limit the incarceration of, the LEAST AMONG US!

The 1% must establish government policy and wield power so that the 99% are guaranteed life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness FREE OF CHARGE.

If the 1% does not, the great culture of humankind upon Earth will eventually, very soon, meet its complete demise. We will either enjoy eternal life or an everlasting punishment, the choice a cause of our own actions.

It is our choice. Finally, “Inpendius” has given us a choice. He has given us …

The Humanity Party®, which is the overall purpose and end of the Marvelous Work and a Wonder®.