Distorted and Impaired Common Sense: Why True Messengers lie to influence receptiveness to Real Truth. A new manner of thinking.

We’ve explained in some detail in previous posts why we were forced to lie in order to teach the Real Truth, or rather, why we instructed a True Messenger to lie.  Keep in mind, we first contacted Christopher and attempted to recruit him to our cause in 1991, but it wasn’t until the end of 2003 before he fully accepted his role with us. Christopher was living with his wife, Jackie, and his four oldest children in Kent, Washington.  Their renovated school bus was parked on the property of Rick and Joy Church.  It was at this time when we…

BIRTH: understanding light and darkness, becoming conscious inside a dream in a new world patterned after our real one.

What do we consciously perceive when we open our eyes for the first time as a newly-created person in what appears to be a new world?  None of us can remember the first thought we had after we became conscious for the first time during our mortal life on Earth.  Upon experiencing death, we will remember the birth experience perfectly, because the two experiences are very similar.  Birth connects our True Self with our mortal Self and death disconnects the two consciousnesses through the same process.

It is given unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it is not given.

There is only one Real Truth: things as they really are, as they really have been, and as they really will be. Mortal existence in our perceived universe can exist indefinitely, but ONLY if mortals abide by the law associated with this mortal existence. The bounds and conditions of this law protect, support, and enhance the Free Will of every person who lives in this mortal existence.  If mortals do not set up a kingdom where everyone’s Free Will is protected, supported, and enhanced equally, our existence in this universe will end. Well was it once explained in religious context,…

Free Will: the essence, the purpose, and the basis of human existence.

The feeling of joy (happiness) is experienced when each person is doing exactly what each person wants to do.  Free Will is doing exactly what each person wants to do.  The difference between joy and Free Will is that Free Will is what a person does, and joy is the feeling produced in the brain as a result of when a person does what he or she wants to do.

Proposed FOREWORD notes for the book, The Dream of Mortal Life

  FOREWORD Dream drēm/ Noun: a series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person’s mind]; “life is but a dream.” (Synonyms: daydream.) Verb: to contemplate the possibility of doing something or that something might be the case; “I dream of world peace and prosperity.” Mortal môrdl/ Noun: a human being subject to death, often contrasted with a divine being; “we are mere mortals.” (Synonyms: human being, human, person, man/woman; earthling.) Adjective: (of a living human being, often in contrast to a divine being) subject to death; “all men are mortal.” Life līf/ Noun: the condition that distinguishes animals…

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…

NOTES ON PROPOSED INTRODUCTION: The Dream of Mortal Life

INTRODUCTION Human Existentialism Everyone wonders about who humans are and why we exist.  It’s also very important, probably most important, for each one of us to find our own, individual purpose for existence. Most of our life we search for an existential understanding to our individual reality; where existentialism is: a cognitive (thinking) approach that emphasizes the existence of the individual person as a free and responsible agent determining his or her own development through acts of the will.  The problem is, because we are not really free to choose what we want to do or not do, we cannot…