Understanding how the MWAW works in teaching the Real Truth of all things: the MWAW pedagogy.


The clues we gave in our Book of Mormon are clear about the proper pedagogy (teaching method) we must use in order to help a person understand the real truth of all things, i.e., how things really were in the past, how thing really are in the present, and how things really will be in the future.

Found in the modern BOM as the Book of Alma, twelfth chapter, verses 9 through 11, the following is the clearest and most profound clue regarding this pedagogy:

“It is given unto many to know the mysteries of God; nevertheless they are laid under a strict command that they shall not impart only according to the portion of his word which he doth grant unto the children of men, according to the heed and diligence which they give unto him.

And therefore, he that will harden his heart, the same receiveth the lesser portion of the word; and he that will not harden his heart, to him is given the greater portion of the word, until it is given unto him to know the mysteries of God until he know them in full.

And they that will harden their hearts, to them is given the lesser portion of the word until they know nothing concerning his mysteries; and then they are taken captive by the devil, and led by his will down to destruction.  Now this is what is meant by the chains of hell.”

Correlate the above clue with this explanation of the Marvelous Work and a Wonder®:

“For the time cometh, saith the Lamb of God, that I will work a great and a marvelous work among the children of men; a work which shall be everlasting, either on the one hand or on the other—either to the convincing of them unto peace and life eternal, or unto the deliverance of them to the hardness of their hearts and the blindness of their minds unto their being brought down into captivity, and also into destruction, both temporally and spiritually, according to the captivity of the devil, of which I have spoken.”  (BOM, 1 Nephi 14:7)

We could not teach the Real Truth (i.e., the mysteries of God in full) without a preferred or set pedagogy.  None would accept it or consider it.  In other words, we could not teach the Real Truth alone, unadulterated, unfiltered, and in its simplicity and purity, and expect it to pass through the intellectual and emotional filters established in the mortal mind.

When we first recruited Christopher, he understood the need for this manner of teaching the Real Truth, which is an understanding of how all things really are, that he was given all at once, immediately, without barriers and without restriction.  This ‘endowment’ of information and understanding happened suddenly and unsolicited to Joseph Smith, Jr. on April 6, 1820, and to Christopher on June 16, 1987.  “Unsolicited” because neither was asking for a complete understanding of all Real Truth.  Both were simply asking to know the truth about religion.

It was as if “the heavens were opened, and [Joseph and Christopher] were caught up into heaven, and saw and heard unspeakable things.  And it was forbidden them that they should utter; neither was it given unto them power that they could utter the things which they saw and heard.”  (See BOM, 3 Nephi 28:13-14, where we present the clues about our own existence.)

Joseph’s enlightenment occurred in April of 1820.  We didn’t recruit him to our work until September 1827.  Christopher’s enlightenment occurred in June of 1987.  We didn’t make our first attempt to recruit Christopher until April of 1991.  Both men needed a few years in which they could be allowed their free will and be observed by us to see how they would handle the information and understanding they had received.

Would they use their knowledge to aggrandize themselves above others, or would they keep it safe in their hearts, protected against a world that didn’t deserve it at the time it was given to each of them?

Joseph and Christopher needed to learn the correct pedagogy through personal experience.  They each, in their own individual way, needed time to absorb the information they had access to when “the heavens were opened” to them.  We needed to give them time to live in the world with the information and to learn for themselves how the world would react to the information.

At the time of their enlightenment, neither Joseph nor Christopher fully understood why the world wouldn’t, couldn’t, accept the Real Truth if given plainly and clearly.  Nor could either understand why we needed to use religion to help open the minds of mortals in order to help them reject religion.

In both cases, we asked Joseph and Christopher to support a lie in order to oppose it.  (Refer to BOM, Jacob 4:14.)

We invented the story of the First Vision for Joseph to use in presenting a plausible and Christian-believable story about how Joseph was enlightened and eventually received the commandment to publish the unsealed Book of Mormon.

We also furnished Christopher with a story of meeting the resurrected Joseph in the Salt Lake Temple to present the plausibility of Christopher’s role in presenting the sealed portion of the Book of Mormon.  Without these stories, there was no way that a 19th Century European Christian would open his or her closed mind and heart enough to consider accepting the Book of Mormon as another part of “God’s word.”  There was no way that a modern LDS/Mormon would consider reading The Sealed Portion if a consistency of presentation and proper segue was not presented.

Our critics question Christopher’s character because of how his past played out after 1991.  But a sincere and objective consideration of the events tell the Real Truth.

In summary,

Christopher accepted our invitation to be the public figure to publish The Sealed Portion of the Book of Mormon to the world in 1991.  Shortly after he accepted the role, Christopher lost custody of his two eldest children through the corrupt U.S. court system in a malicious and unjust way (the details of which will be presented in the future in his own autobiography).  Christopher had other children at the time whom he loved.  He made his own decision to withdraw his support of our work in order to live without the persecution that he knew would become part of the role.

One of Christopher’s main complaints was what he considered the lies that needed to be told to people in order to help them recognize the lies in which they believed.  We knew that this was a problem to Christopher.  For this reason, we supported his withdrawal from us in 1991 and wished him the best on his journey.  We knew that he would take the information that he had been given through his enlightenment, and of the limited amount that we had provided him at the time, and make an attempt to tell the Real Truth clearly and plainly.  We knew that he needed to learn for himself what the proper pedagogy was for teaching people held captive in the “chains of hell.”

Christopher needed to experience firsthand how to deal with the hard hearts and closed minds of the people who were “taken captive by the devil, and led by his will down to destruction.”

Certain that his way (of telling the Real Truth in plainness) would bear fruit, Christopher rejected our way and began to tell people some of the things that he knew.  He tried to tell people that the Book of Mormon was not what it was presented as; that it was written by Joseph Smith for a purpose.

Christopher knew that he could never reveal our existence because he would be mocked, as the idea of our presence among mortals would be viewed as the imagination of a demented mind.

Christopher tried to tell people that there was no god, but only the true Self; and that the only entity that was hearing and answering prayers was a person’s own mortal mind, influenced by one’s own natural mortal nature.

During the years following his rejection of a role in our work, Christopher published a few editions of what he called, Reality Quest, in which he tried to impress the Real Truth upon the minds of the readers in a way that Christopher thought was necessary to get them to open their minds to the possibility that everything that mortals knew was false and misleading.  Reality Quest failed to convince anyone to change their mind about their religion or beliefs.

Christopher did many other things which his critics use against him in an attempt to prove that his current claims are not true.

A logical question an honest person might ask about Christopher is,

“Is he lying to us now, or was he lying to us then?”

The answer is revealed in Christopher’s ability to now reveal the Real Truth of all things in plainness.  Christopher has publicly admitted that everything that he presented in the past, that had to do with religion, was a lie; but that he was commanded, not to lie, but to support and allow established lies to be perpetrated in order to help open the hearts and minds of people.

Imagine for a moment if Christopher told a person who is taught that there is a god who hears and answers personal prayers, that there is no such god, but that it is actually Lucifer, the devil, who hears and answers a person’s individual prayers.

Imagine if Christopher approached an LDS/Mormon person and told him or her that the Book of Mormon was an invented story contrived to present a concept to get people of the 19th Century to stop believing and trusting in Bible, stop believing in any religion.

Imagine if Christopher tried to tell people to stop believing in the idea of Jesus Christ in which Christians believe and stake their claim in the afterlife.

If those who embrace our work (MWAW) had met Christopher first, and he had told them all that he knew, none would have opened The Sealed Portion and read it.

Christopher pretends his arrogance and presents himself in a way that is unsavory and certainly not as one would perceive a True Messenger of God to be.  This is one of the reasons why we chose him.  Christopher repels people and causes them to reject our work because of him.  He does this as we expect of him.

Our work is not Christopher.  Our work is the Real Truth.  Since people are conditioned to look to another for leadership, any man other than Christopher would have taken advantage of the role and position for self-worth and gain.  In contrast, Christopher has lost all worldly advantage by being our True Messenger.  The world hates him.  He has lost most of his children and filial relationships.  He has few friends and now lives completely isolated away from the world and from others.  This is not indicative of a Cult Leader as our critics have presented him.  A true Cult Leader acts diametrically opposite of how Christopher acts.  Christopher is not comfortable with attention or he would have many people attend meetings and gatherings where he is the center of attention.  He would take their money.  He would do what orthodox Cult Leaders do.  Christopher does none of these things.  Christopher acts as we expected him to act when he finally agreed to accept the role of our True Messenger in November of 2003.

After many years of floundering in the world with the incredible knowledge that he possessed, Christopher finally realized that our way, the preferred and acceptable pedagogy, was the only way to soften a person’s hard heart and open a person’s closed mind so that the person might gain a complete understanding of Real Truth.

The only pedagogy that will work is this:

A person’s mind is that person’s true God.  There is no other influence or control over a person’s mind than that person’s own mind, regardless of the religious or spiritual entity to which the person ascribes their personal influence and control.  What a person believes to be God includes what this God tells him or her.  This is “God’s word.”  One can accept what another’s God has told another as his or her own “God’s word.”  But in any case, what a person believes and accepts as truth is the “word” of that person’s individual God.

It doesn’t matter the source of “God’s word,” all humans have a source of understanding and information.  A scientist who does not believe in a religious entity still depends upon and gives “heed and diligence” to an outside source other than his or her own mind’s inventions and thoughts.  A scientist’s prophets, seers, and revelators are other scientists who came before him and established “God’s word” as published scientific theories, conclusions, and laws.

“God’s word” is whatever the person accepts as the ultimate truth.  Each person has a unique and individual “portion of his word,” or rather, a part of truth to which each person is partial and to which each gives individual “heed and diligence.”

A person with a “hardened heart” is one who does not have an open mind and believes that the portion of God’s word that they are in possession of is the only portion that the person needs; that they do not need any more of God’s word; that there is no other “portion of his word.”

A person with a hardened heart (a closed mind) cannot be taught.  A person with an open mind can be taught, but only “according to the portion of [God’s] word” that the person accepts (“which he doth grant unto [that person, i.e.,] the children of men, according to the heed and diligence which they give unto [their chosen God]).”

If a person accepts the LDS/Mormon God and gives heed and diligence unto this LDS/Mormon God, this person can only be taught by using information that fits with what this person’s LDS/Mormon God has already given him or her.  If the person “will harden his heart” (i.e., close his mind to everything else), this person will only receive and accept the portion that he has already been given, according to his personal heed and diligence which he has given unto his chosen God.

If a scientist accepts only science as his God and gives heed and diligence unto this scientific God, this person can only be taught by using information that fits with what this person’s scientific God has already given him or her.  If the person “will harden his heart” (i.e., close his mind to everything else), this person will only receive and accept the portion that he has already been given, according to their personal heed and diligence which he has given unto his chosen God.  In this case, a scientist will only accept what is given through scientific exploration and theory, which is that to which the scientist gives his personal heed and diligence.

Therefore, a scientist that “will harden his heart, the same receiveth the lesser portion of the word; and he that will not harden his heart, to him is given the greater portion of the word, until it is given unto him to know the mysteries of [the God of science] until he know them in full.”

A closed-minded person will never know anything beyond that to which the person gives his or her personal “heed and diligence.”  They are held in the “chains of ignorance.”

Throughout the published unsealed portion of the plates from which the Book of Mormon was allegedly taken, we refer to it [the Book of Mormon] as the “lesser part” and the sealed portion as the greater part.  The Book of Mormon was invented and presented “according to the heed and diligence” which the European-American Christians gave to their Christian God and beliefs.  We established a foundation for the Book of Mormon story upon the accepted story of Jesus that was palatable to the Christians according to the heed and diligence that they had given to their own Christian beliefs.  The Book of Mormon was meant as a “lesser part of the things which Jesus did truly teach unto the people.”

Our clues to the futility and corrupt nature of the Christian beliefs to which the people were giving their heed and diligence at the time were clear:

“And now there cannot be written in this book [i.e., the Book of Mormon] even a hundredth part of the things which Jesus did truly teach unto the people;

But behold the plates of Nephi do contain the more part of the things which he taught the people.

And these things have I written [i.e., the Book of Mormon], which are a lesser part of the things which he taught the people; and I have written them to the intent that they may be brought again unto this people, from the Gentiles, according to the words which Jesus hath spoken.

And when they shall have received this [i.e., the Book of Mormon], which is expedient that they should have first, to try their faith, and if it shall so be that they shall believe these things [i.e., the Book of Mormon] then shall the greater things be made manifest unto them [i.e., The Sealed Portion of the Book of Mormon].

And if it so be that they will not believe these things [i.e., the Book of Mormon], then shall the greater things [i.e., The Sealed Portion of the Book of Mormon] be withheld from them, unto their condemnation.

Behold, I was about to write them, all which were engraven upon the plates of Nephi, but the Lord forbade it, saying: I will try the faith of my people.

Therefore I, Mormon, do write the things which have been commanded me of the Lord.  And now I, Mormon, make an end of my sayings, and proceed to write the things which have been commanded me.  (BOM, 3 Nephi 26:6-12)

We presented the Book of Mormon through Joseph Smith according to the heed and diligence that the 19th Century European-American Christians gave to their Christian beliefs.  They hardened their hearts against the Book of Mormon.  Even those who claimed to believe in our Book of Mormon hardened their hearts by closing their minds to the true purpose and intent of the Book of Mormon, which was supposed to be centered in the “fulness of the everlasting gospel” as presented in what “Jesus did truly teach unto the people.”

The early LDS/Mormon European-Americans’ faith was tried.  They did not open their minds and their hardened hearts remained closed.  The greater things have been withheld from them, unto their condemnation.

An LDS/Mormon person need only ask him or herself,

Do I know the mysteries of God in full?

Do I understand the fullness [not just a hundredth part, but a complete fullness] of the everlasting Gospel that was delivered to the ancient inhabitants (according to the Book of Mormon story) by Jesus?

Do I understand what Jesus truly taught the people?

Do I understand all of the things that Jesus did teach the people, not just a hundredth part of these things that Mormon was allowed to reveal through the Book of Mormon, but all the things that Jesus truly taught the people?

Really.  Do I understand the mysteries of God in full?

No honest LDS/Mormon person, no LDS/Mormon leader, none can say that he or she understands the mysteries of God in full.  None can claim to know all of the things that Jesus “truly” taught the people in the Book of Mormon story.

If honest, all LDS/Mormons must admit that they failed the test of their own “word of God,” the word to which they have given their hearts … which has also hardened their hearts by closing their minds to the possibility of other truths that they do not yet have.

LDS/Mormon people cannot be taught except through what they already believe, that to which they give heed and diligence.  But if they harden their hearts against anything else, they can only receive the lesser portion until they know nothing concerning the Real Truth … and they are kept captive in the “chains of hell” that are responsible for their depression and anxiety.

As a group, per capita, the LDS/Mormon people consume more prescription anti-depressant medication than any other group in the world.  This is what we meant when we wrote that if they rejected this Marvelous Work and a Wonder®, we would be delivering them “to the hardness of their hearts and the blindness of their minds unto their being brought down into captivity, and also into destruction, both temporally and spiritually, according to the captivity of the devil, of which we have spoken.

Spiritual destruction is depression, anxiety, apathy, general discontent, guilt, hopelessness, loss of interest, loss of interest or pleasure in activities, mood swings, or sadness, early awakening, excess sleepiness, insomnia, or restless sleep, excessive hunger, fatigue, loss of appetite, or restlessness, agitation, excessive crying, irritability, or social isolation, lack of concentration, slowness in activity, or thoughts of suicide, weight gain or weight loss, poor appetite or repeatedly going over thoughts.  These symptoms are what the general population of LDS/Mormon people experience that cause them to go to their doctor for prescription anti-depressants.

Utah has one of the highest suicide rates in the developed world.  Not only is their destruction spiritual, but it is also temporal.

Not to be outdone by the LDS/Mormon people, scientists often fall in the same category of clinical depression.  Their inability to look outside of their scientific conclusions about human life has caused them the same emotional (spiritual) and temporal “hell.”  No matter how hard they think or attempt to rationally explain what really happened in the past, what is really happening in the present, and what will really happen in the future, science cannot solve the problems that humans have created upon Earth and those problems that the human race faces that science believes will lead to the annihilation of the human species.

Only the Real Truth … a full understanding of what really happened in the past, what is really happening in the present, and what will really happen in the future … can save this world.

We have told the world how to properly end poverty and inequality without compromising anyone’s free will; not the free will of the poor, not the free will of the rich.  We have even told the world how the United States Congress can end child prostitution in one week’s time.  These social solutions that we have revealed would work, undeniably, unchallengeably.  Only the true God would know what to do, how to solve the world’s societal problems.

We could help scientists know what to do to solve the world’s pollution problems.  We could help scientists know how to begin to control the Earth’s climate, including its warming and cooling.  We could teach the world’s scientists all they could ever want to know about how the earth was created; and with this information, science would have the ability to control it in every aspect for the sake of human joy.

But we cannot teach the LDS/Mormons nor the scientists anything beyond the “heed and diligence” that they give unto their God, unto the word of their Gods.

We can save the human race from its own destruction and open the lock that secures the “chains of hell” by which the human race is held bound.

Now, the following important and profound clue to the pedagogy that we were forced to use in teaching Real Truth should make complete sense:

“It is given unto many to know the mysteries of God; nevertheless they are laid under a strict command that they shall not impart only according to the portion of his word which he doth grant unto the children of men, according to the heed and diligence which they give unto him.

And therefore, he that will harden his heart, the same receiveth the lesser portion of the word; and he that will not harden his heart, to him is given the greater portion of the word, until it is given unto him to know the mysteries of God until he know them in full.

And they that will harden their hearts, to them is given the lesser portion of the word until they know nothing concerning his mysteries; and then they are taken captive by the devil, and led by his will down to destruction.  Now this is what is meant by the chains of hell.”  (BOM, Alma 12:9-11)

We have given the world, not the “Son of man” in which the world has given its heed and diligence, but we have given the world “one like unto the Son of man,” who wields a mighty Two-Edged Sword that can cut the chains that bind the world in ignorance.

Read below what we have already explained through our True Messenger, through the “one like unto the Son of man” … the “Son of God” in whom the world believes will one day arrive to save the world.

“One like unto the Son of God” has already arrived.  Listen to him, and with the Real Truth, you, us, we can save the world.  Reject him and the people of this world will begin to experience a hell unlike anything they have ever experienced before.

Reject him and you reject us.  Reject him and you reject the true god who sent us to call him to deliver a message to you, for you.

Reject him and the people of this world will continue to be held captive in “chains of hell” until the world ends.

And this time, it will end forever.


(666, The Mark of America, Seat of the Beast, pages 36 through 44.)



The insistent determination of the wise ones to assert their individuality has propelled the human kingdom into a chaotic state of affairs that threatens its very existence.  Under the auspices and power of but a few wise ones, the survival of the majority hangs precariously thin by a small thread unwoven from the tapestry of humanity.  One end of the thread is held by a small percentage of human beings.  At the other dangles the masses, who unknowingly are bound by a delicate link, which if severed, would precipitate their downfall or their liberation.

There is a sword that can cut both ways and sever the thread with one mighty blow.  It can release the weight dangling from its unsteady point of attachment, giving solid ground to maintain its mass with stability.  As it cuts, the thread is left dangling without purpose, held by those who are no longer needed to hold it up.

The sword is truth.

There are more than six billion human beings upon the earth at this time. Less than one percent (sixty million) of these hold the rest in chains of slavery and inequality from which there is no escape.  The promise of becoming one of the elite—one of this blessed one percent, assures the efficacy of the rationale for the chains—work hard enough in the fields of slavery, and one day, you might become a master.


Upon the wall in plain view of the enslaved, hangs the key to their chains.  It is not a tangible key, because there is no actual lock.  It is the writing upon the wall that resonates in words that the chained cannot interpret for themselves:

The truth shall set you free!

Someone must boldly step forward without agenda and personal expectation, wielding the sword of truth in defense of the yoked.  The sword will cut for the benefit of the poor, the meek, the downtrodden, and the exploited of the world.  But for the exalted, who are those who live deliciously and fare sumptuously from the woes of others, the sword only cuts one way:

“The lofty looks of man must be humbled, and the haughtiness of men bowed down.  The sword of truth and justice must fall upon every one who is proud and lofty, and upon every one who is lifted up, and they must be brought low.  Like glorious trees of both cedar and oak that are high and lifted up, the truth must fall them into splintered wood.  It must fall upon the high mountains, and upon all the hills that are lifted up, and upon every high tower, and upon every fenced wall, which are the borders that keep the lofty isolated like islands of the sea.  These mountains will flee at the truth and the islands will be removed out of their place.

It must fall upon all the ships which sail upon the sea of humanity carrying treasures of silver and gold—the idols of man—from one port of merchandise to another.  The truth must fall upon all the pleasant pictures painted by the brushes of selfish artists who have colored beauty which they alone behold.  The sword of truth will cause the loftiness of man to bow down, and the haughtiness of men to become low; for the truth alone must be exalted for freedom to reign.

When the truth is revealed, a man will cast his idols of silver, and his idols of gold, which were made each one for himself to worship, to the moles and to the bats which live in the clefts of rocks, and on the tops of ragged stones.  Who are these wise ones and wherein are they to be accounted of?  The mighty man, and the man of war, the judge, and the prophet, and the prudent, and the ancient, the captain of fifty, and the honorable man, and the counselor, and the cunning artificer, and the eloquent orator, these shall all cease because their breath is in their nostrils and the truth they have not known.  The truth will exalt the children to be their princes, and babes shall rule over them.”


Here is that truth:

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.

Chained ignorantly without lock or key, the writing on the wall has little affect on the minds of the wise ones who see themselves as individual and equal human beings instead of slaves.  Thus, have they been convinced and deceived.  The very essence of their innate human nature disallows the possibility that they can be controlled.  They are convinced that it is possible that one day they, too, might own a business and have others work for them, forgetting their immediate state of enslavement by the illusory daydream of financial freedom and wealth.

Day after day, their minds are gratified and lulled into a tempered calm as they toil in the fields, cubicles, or other employment they do not enjoy but have chosen by force.  The “Dream” satisfies their inner conflict by convincing them that it is possible to become a landowner; hence, they are indeed equal to their masters who were once enslaved like them.

The wise ones are not isolated to being slaves to the rich and powerful, but have also become indentured to their own desire to become a master.  “Getting ahead in the world” has become the model of individuality.  It becomes easier for them to alienate their minds from the conditions of poverty and destitution required at the bottom of the corporate chain, because of the image in their minds of future success and the opportunity to jump from the ninety-nine percent to the one percent.

The wise ones have become desensitized, and pay no attention to human history that has paved a path of awareness to the place where the thin thread hangs, and demonstrates that the set percentages have never changed, and never will—one wise one on top needs ninety-nine others below in order to keep them buoyed up on the sea of humanity.

Many of the ninety-nine die with little notice or fanfare, and are soon replaced by other unknown faces, struggling to stay alive, and hoping to one day reach the top.  The ones pay no attention to the loss of faceless individuals they knew nothing about.  Clothed in robes of excess and prosperity, they find no relevance in any matter outside the walls of their personal kingdom of gratification and family.  The robes by which they are clothed came at a price—the cost of other human beings whose every breath stitched the woven threads of their contrived tapestries.


In the torrid sun, the stones of the fields are removed by calloused hands. Sweat stings the eyes of those who work tirelessly; laboring until the sun gives way to a reprieve of darkness—TEN.

Each day the field is plowed, furrowed, and prepared for seed, which requires more sweat, more toil, and more death to produce the billowing soft fibers—TWENTY.

When nature takes it course, and the mortality of verdant leaves becomes evident by the colors of harvest, more souls are tasked with the burden of collecting the crop. Nature’s product is delivered to others—THIRTY.

Day after day, night after night, broken hearts and souls sit in the same position, separating and spinning the delicate fibers into thread—FORTY.

Passed on to others who stand at the loom, or the machines that have replaced it, the threads are woven into cloth using the same process, every minute of every day of every year, expressing the apparition of a human shadow cast upon the loom, until no distinction can be made between the two—FIFTY.

The cloth is cut and sewn by bent backs and fingers, sitting undaunted in dungeons of production overseen by task masters who peer intrusively, assuring that no move is made that is not expected—the same moves expected yesterday, today, and tomorrow—SIXTY.

Checked for quality and packaged appropriately, the product is ready to be transported by redundant hands and hearts—SEVENTY.

Transportation provides the means up the chain by following roads of boredom and melancholy, finally arriving to unload the cargo—EIGHTY.

Received with pride and hope of profit, the changed and fabricated natural seed is proudly displayed with a learned sense of fashion by those whose hope resides in its marketable placement—NINETY.

Unaware of the ninety-nine people who brought it into being, the one out shopping sees the beautiful robe that is envisioned hanging next to the many others in the wardrobe of the one who will turn off the closet light, never giving a second thought from where each robe came.

Money has become the determining value by which others are appreciated or depreciated among the wise ones.  A brain surgeon spends his time studying and gaining experience to save lives.  These doctors allow slaves to remain well enough to continue working in the fields where they pick the strawberries and milk the cows from which the scarlet fruits are covered with white delight to satisfy the surgeon’s palate.  Without something to eat, from where would the doctor get the energy to save lives?  How many lives does he save in comparison to how many are saved by the produce of the hardworking fieldworkers?  It takes only one doctor to operate on a brain, but ninety-nine migrant workers to assure the harvest doesn’t spoil in the countryside fields.

The one’s worth is augmented, not only by the values they have placed upon their own abilities, but also by the prospect that by the sweat of the brows of unseen others of lesser means, their worth can be increased.

Appalling to human decency, corporations and capitalistic business enterprises offer stock in their companies to the ones, promising that by paying low wages, few benefits, and keeping the ninety-nine percent in slavery, a healthy dividend will be paid for doing absolutely nothing!  These stocks are more precious to the holder than the lives of the oppressed needed to create their value.

To avoid personal accountability for actions deemed necessary in pursuing profit, the wise ones found a way to detach themselves from the stigma of greed and merchant despotism.  The introduction of “corporations” and “charitable foundations” created entities as abstract as the values placed upon them.

Corporations are groups of wise ones acting as a single entity with one purpose only—profit.  Charitable organizations are set up to bring value to the ones who set them up, or donate to them, with attempts to hide profits and deceive themselves and the rest of the ninety-nine, that by what they are doing, they are solving the world’s problems. Without taking away the purpose for which they are established, corporations and charitable foundations cannot acknowledge that the real problem is slavery—and they do absolutely nothing about this!

Profit is the monetary worth that remains after the value of the ninety-nine has been subtracted from the value of the one.  To increase the sum of this insensitive equation, the value of either the one or the ninety-nine must be decreased proportionally to obtain the desired amount of profit.  Since corporations and foundations have replaced the one, or better, the ones have become the corporations and foundations (and most business laws protect and secure the value of the person founding these entities), only one determinant is left to be lowered to increase the overall profit.

The equation is: (corporate/foundation value) – (human value) = (profit). These entities will not, by choice, devalue themselves; therefore, the only determinant left to be reduced is human value.

At length, there are those who awaken from the deep sleep into which they have been lulled by the carnal security provided by their master.  By the light of day, they see the hopelessness in reaching the top of the chain.  They witness others clamoring over each other, dragging each other down in their attempt to reach the top.  They realize they have been deceived by the master, and that there is no lock on their chain.

Cast aside, the chain no longer has significance to their individual state of existence.  Yet, without it, they will die.  So they fight the masters, determined to proclaim their independence from the chains by which they were bound.  But their sticks and stones are no match for their masters’ whips and weapons.  They either submit or are killed.

These are seen as rebellious criminals, terrorists, or insurgents who have no hope of being valued by others for what they refuse to do.  So they gain value in their own eyes by what they decide to do for themselves.  They did not set the standard and values by which they have been judged by others.  They had no part of the decision made between two wise ones insistent on perpetuating their own value by creating the standards.  Hitherto forced into existence, they must submit the identifying nature of their souls to the will of others’ expectations.

“Submit or die” is a far cry from the liberty inalienably guaranteed by free will and the ability to recognize the self.

Submit to what?  To the self-evident realization that one wise one is not considered as good as another?  Can this submission transcend the feeling of knowing that the self exists independently because of its ability to think and recognize itself?  Claiming one is better than another prioritizes the worth of existence, thus giving credence to the imposed reality that supremacy negates the lives of those considered inferior—the ninety-nine do not exist to the one.

Many years might pass before the ninety-nine percent finally realizes they are not valued by the one percent as equals.  But as they do, a revolution of thought replaces their inner struggles with wars and rumor of wars, demanding that they are recognized and valued as equal human beings.

Unfortunately for the masses (even if the majority possess powerful hand-held weapons and the physical strength to wield them against the minority), technological superiority allows just one to be at the controls of a warplane or nuclear weapon and quash any revolution of the greater number.  The one will always rule and set the measures, the values, and the standard to which the ninety-nine must submit or be killed.

What is needed is for the ninety-nine to appoint one to represent them, who becomes the Anointed One, having the power and knowledge to represent all equally.  This chosen one must possess the gentle nature of a lamb to assure equality and fairness to all, but brandish a sword from which none are immune from the strength of its blow.

This “Anointed One” is truth and justice for all equally.


The patience of the saints await the triumphant day when the corruption of man, which supports the dragon, the beast, the image, and the mark, all which caused the wrath of God, are subdued by The Sharp Two-Edged Sword of truth and justice.

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