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Thursday, 27 May 2010 00:00

Ascended Master Saint Germain

Greetings,

    Like a preview not yet available for sale, I am offering five questions with answer included in Appendix 3, of the Book, in the celebration of our coming sixteen company anniversary.

    The first teaching is:     

92.     Who are Gog and Magog?

Gog and Magog are the two faces of Evil battling, like Republican and Democratic, like Communism and Capitalism, like Americans and Muslim. Like Real Madrid and Inter, Black-White, North-South, East-West.

Saint Germain explains in the book, “Saint Germain on Alchemy”, the following beautiful, self-contained, violet-flamed enabled words …

Some of you are aware that the study of the relationship of opposites in the planes of relativ­ity is reflected in the dialectic of the nineteenth-century German philosopher Georg Hegel, who theorized that man's thought process and all historical change result from the interplay of three elements: thesis, antithesis, and synthesis. According to this observer of life's forces, every thesis generates its opposite, or antithesis, and the interaction of the two produces a synthesis which transcends both. The emerging synthesis in turn becomes a new thesis and the entire process is repeated again and again.

Thus, in the Hegelian dialectic all progress is brought about through the inevitable conflict of opposing forces—a principle Karl Marx turned upside down in his "dialectical materialism," wherein he replaced Hegel's idealism with eco­nomic materialism. Whereas Hegel supported the value of the state and saw in the dialectical pro­cess the unfoldment of spiritual principle, Marx branded the state a mechanism of exploitation and claimed that all progress arises from conflicts involving the economic means of production.

You who understand the premise of the Ascended Masters' teachings to be the Law of the One do not always take into account this law of relativity governing relative good and evil, per­ceived by psychologists, scientists and the worldly philosophers. Moreover, in the world of maya, where good and evil are always 'relatively' in opposition, we must also reckon with the negative misqualification of the Absolutes of Power, Wisdom and Love upon which we have been dis­coursing. Therefore we would touch upon both the human and the divine equations.

The Law of the One, based on the unity of Being, also functions within the framework of hu­man reason and human events and when it comes full circle in the individual's experience supports Truth and exposes error.

But in the human 'two-eyed' perception of the world acquired after the departure from the Edenic self-knowledge in and as the One—when the world view of man and woman was no longer single in the immaculate all-seeing eye of God but the same as that of the band of seducing fallen angels called serpents—there were unalter­ably two sides to every human equation, with the pendulum swing hot/cold, left/right, always just waiting to happen.

Not so in the divine equation. Here the true Divine Polarity of Alpha and Omega, the plus/ minus of the Godhead, and of each member of the Trinity are the Masculine/Feminine counter­parts of Being. These are complementary, not opposing, always fulfilling the Law of the One as the Divine Whole. But in the human condition, just as there is a positive pole, so there is a nega­tive pole to a given situation. These are opposing forces, rivalrous in nature and mutually destruc­tive. For example, if the thesis be human love, its antithesis will be some form of love's polar opposite—human hatred, fear, suspicion or even mild dislike. Their synthesis will be a watered-down version of both with no commitment either to one or the other.

This is the lukewarm state of mediocrity which Jesus spurned when he said, "Because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth. And this is precisely why the economic evolution of mankind accord­ing to Marx and Lenin can never lead to the divine conclusion: self-transcendence according to the Law of Love, the Law of the One which self-con­tains the true Trinity—Power, Wisdom and Love-as the triad of every man and woman's being.

Apart from the double-minded who are un­stable in all their ways,' divine Truth stands still as a Sun of Love to melt the most brittle human concepts and to unveil the Law of the One!

  93.     Who will reign with Christ, a thousand years?

The Priests of God, the 144,000 will reign with him after his return.

95.  Include another citation in the Book of Revelation where Jesus announce his return?

Rev 22:12 - And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every man according     as his work shall be. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last.

98.     Why sometimes Saint Germain has been called The Seven Angel?

Saint Germain has been called the Seven Angel, because he is who hold the position of the Forerunner for the Age of Aquarius, the expected New coming age. It is not a mistake, however the seven angel, or seven Archangel is Beloved Zadkiel.

97.      What means the phrase Rev, 22:12, He that is unjust, let him be unjust still: and he which is filthy, let him be filthy still: and he that is righteous, let him be righteous still: and he that is holy, let him be holy still.

The phrase means, try but does not feel bad if you are misunderstood. Enter but back return on your steps, letting the world like is, because after all, you and no one can do much more.

 

Thanks you so much,

Giovanni A. Orlando.

 

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