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And now, touching the law of the resurrection, remember ye, this is the same in all the created worlds; which is, that the spirit of man groweth by giving away of whatsoever the spirit hath to give. If ye have great learning, and ye give of it, then shall more learning be added unto you; if ye have goodness of heart, and gentle words, then, by giving this away, more shall be added unto you; if ye have craft in inventions or mechanics, and ye bestow of these talents unto others, then will more be added unto you. As the corporean man accumulateth corporeal things by not giving them away, not so accumulateth the spirit of any man. For he who locketh up the light of the Father that is in him, cannot obtain more light; he who locketh up goodness of heart, cannot obtain strength of spirit. And without
strength of spirit, no man can attain to the third resurrection. But, that men may learn to obtain strength of
spirit, the second resurrection has been established in atmospherea belonging to all the habitable corporeal
worlds. The chief delight of man shall be, therefore, to find some way to impart his spiritual talents and strength, and to the greatest possible number of people. Think not that preaching to the ignorant is sufficient; but ye shall take hold with your own hands and show them how to accomplish. Yet not labor alone; for some are so created that ye cannot inspire them without rites and ceremonies and
music. Nor shall a man, after having taught and raised up a few, say: Behold, what a good work I have done! But as long as he findeth a man, or woman, or child, who lacketh in anything, he shall feel to say: Alas, what I have done is as nothing in the resurrection of my fellows. For the rule holdeth for all men alike, to desire exaltation, and everlasting liberty, and unlimited power; and unless ye are prepared to give even these unto others, then ye cannot attain them yourselves. (Book of Osiris)

Yet, the Faithists, having faith in the All Person, shall ultimately possess the whole earth, and make it a paradise of peace and love. (Book of Judgment)

Who shall tell the story of the Gods of heaven! Their mighty kingdoms, overspreading he whole earth! Hundreds and hundreds, and thousands! Their libraries of records of valorous and holy deeds! A council chamber of half a million souls! Hundreds of departments; thousands! Here a
board to select young students to the colleges of messengers. Another board to select students to the colleges of arts. Another to select students to mathematics. Another for prophecy. Another for great learning. Another for factories. Another for compounding and dissolving elements. Then come the departments of the cosmogony of the stars; then, of the ethereal worlds; then, the roadways of the firmament; then, a'ji and ji'ya, and nebulae; then, se'mu; then hi'dan and dan; then, the dawn of
dan; then, histories of the heavens far and near; then, genealogy of thousands of Orian Chiefs; the creation of mineral, vegetable and animal kingdoms. Yea, but to enumerate the half of what cometh before a God and his council would itself fill a book. Who, then, O Jehovih, shall venture to tell the labor and wisdom of Thy etherean Gods! How shall the second resurrection give up its mysteries? Shall Thy recorder follow the young student for messenger, and disclose the training put upon him? How, like a carrier dove, he is taught to go from place to place, but holding the message in his head? Then follow the student in another department, and make a record of how he is taught? And of the multitude of questions that come before the Council from far-off places. Then the rites and ceremonies, and the unending variety and magnificence of the music. Can a man describe a million men and women and children? A hundred millions! A thousand millions! Five thousand millions! Who hath seen so great a man, to do this!
And yet this is but Thy lower heaven, O Jehovih! (Book of Osiris)

Without purity, no man can see the Creator; with purity, all men can see Him, and hear Him. It is easier to
purify the corporeal body than the spiritual. For diet and baths can accomplish the former, but pure thoughts are required for the soul. A man may be clean as to the flesh; but if he have impure thoughts, he is impure in
spirit. Whoso speaketh cruelly or unjustly of his neighbor, is foul in spirit. If he speak of the short-comings and deceptions of his neighbors, he is foul in spirit. Whereas, first of all, purification is the first law of man's own self. (God's Book of Eskra)

But in kosmon I shall send nor Savior, nor archangel, with a loud-sounding trumpet; but I will come to man's understanding through the light of Mine own wisdom. And man shall interpret My words as I speak to his own soul; and such shall be his sacred words. Man shall pray to Me, and speak to Me in his own way, and not according to the dictation of any man, nor priest, nor sacred book, save the book of My creations. Neither shall man longer accept any of the former revelations, and bow down unto them; for, as I
was sufficient unto the ancients to speak to them things that were good for them, even so will I speak to My
chosen of the kosmon era that which is good for them also. My heavens shall be revealed unto them, as
promised by My prophets of old, and man shall be taught how to see and comprehend My heavens with his own judgment, and not according to what any other man saith My revelations are. Behold, in the ancient days, I provided Saviors and rab'bahs and priests to pray for man, and confess him of his sins; but these things will I put away, and no one shall pray for the living, nor confess him of his sins, by words or signs or ceremonies. But every man shall pray for himself, in his own way, and confess his sins unto Me for forgiveness. And instead of praying in words for his brother, saying: Jehovih, help him, he shall go in
person, and help him with his own hands. Neither shall man sit idly and say: O Jehovih, help Thou me; come and save me! But he shall rise up in the majesty I created him, saying: Behold me, Jehovih! I will save myself. Guide Thou me, O Father! And he shall walk forth, proudly in My sight, scorning evil and sin, doing with all his might for his own salvation. And I will come unto him, for of such shall be My chosen. In kosmon, I shall not come to make a servant of man unto man; nor to make him afraid, when the
priest speaketh. I will make man hold up his head fearlessly before men, in remembrance of his daily
covenant unto Me, his Creator, in the practice of righteousness. In that day, the preacher and the priest shall be of little avail; My standard shall be of good works, and not of words. (Book of Es)

And they that live isolated and alone on the earth, shall be isolated and alone in the heavens of the earth. Man shall learn that affiliation and brotherhood unto others on earth, shall find affiliation and brotherhood in the heavens of the earth. Whosoever openeth his soul in love and harmony unto others on earth, shall find love and harmony in heaven. (Book of Es)

Because I hold man responsible, even so should he have liberty to choose. And if he strive to choose Me, by
doing righteously, he shall not fail. Though he accept none of the ancient doctrines, nor rites, nor ceremonies, nor Gods, nor Lords, nor Saviors, but strive for Me in doing good unto others, he shall be My chosen, even though he accept not My name. (Book of Es)

Liberty, first of all, unto all people; then discipline and harmony, and then the improvement of all the talents I
created with all. Next to this, to have no leader, nor any one to think for another; nor to abandon one's own
judgment contrary to wisdom and truth. But to contend not, nor to be stubborn and positive as to the righteousness of one's own opinion. For I created no two men to see alike the same thing on earth or in heaven. As to which matters, the highest wisdom is to suffer all men to have full liberty to think on all subjects in their own way. (Book of Es)

Rather shall he strive, not to see, nor hear the shortness of any man. They shall be taught to see the good that
is in others; to speak of the delights of all My living creatures. (Book of Es)

To find Thee, O Jehovih; to glorify the good that cometh along, this is the salvation of the world. Of this my songs shall never end; without a shadow of darkness Thou wilt tune my voice forever. I will sing and dance before Thee; the germ of happiness in my soul will I nurse as Thy holiest gift. For of all the trees which Thou hast planted in the soul of men and angels, this is the most glorious; for it is the perfection of Thy Voice, which singeth in all Thy living creatures. (Book of Lika)

The universe is full; all things are members. Speech they have: bid them speak. The recorder of their words be thou. Such is Panic (earth) language, the first language. What saith the bird? The beast? The stars? The sun? All? It is their souls speaking. The soul
hear thou, and repeat it. This light leadeth thee to origin. (BOOK OF JEHOVIH [inscription])

Jehovih said: The corporeal worlds I created round, with land and water, and I made them impenetrable, for I bring forth the living on the surface of them. Let not man
imagine that My ethereal worlds are also round and impenetrable; for of all I have created, no two alike created I them. Now, it came to pass in the lapse of time, that the atmosphereans so loved the lower heavens, that they strove not to ascend to the emancipated heavens of Nirvana, never having reached the bridge of Chinvat. But they oft returned to the earth and converse with corporeans, and they lauded the glories of even the lower heavens, so that man looked up in wonder because of the magnificence of the works of the Father. Yet these were bounded spirits. Then Jehovih made the snow-flake and caused it to fall, that man might behold the beauty and glory of its formation. And He sent ethereans down form the emancipated heavens, and these taught man that whatever
glory he had yet heard of, was as darkness is to light, compared to the beauty and majesty of the etherean worlds. And the ethereans held up snow-flakes, saying: In the Name of Jehovih we declare unto you that the etherean worlds are larger than the earth, and penetrable, and full of roadways and crystals, and arches and curves, and angles, so that were man to travel a million years on one alone, he could not see half its beauty and glory. And the firmament of heaven hath tens of thousands of millions of etherean worlds. Let the snowflakes be before your eyes as microscopic patterns of the worlds in high heaven; and ye shall tint them as a rainbow, and people them with countless millions of angels, spotless, pure, holy, and rich in the knowledge of Jehovih and His works, and full of the majesty of His love. (Plate 44 SNOW-FLAKES)

Jehovih said: When the world approacheth dan'ha in Mabea, the nations shall be quickened with new light: for Kosmon cometh out of the midst. And My etherean hosts shall press upon the understanding of men, and they shall fill all the nations and kingdoms with new discoveries and inventions and books of learning. And men shall be conceited of
themselves above all the ages past, and they shall deny Me and quarrel with My name, and cast Me out. But I will come upon them as a Father, in love and mercy; and My hosts of
heaven shall cause babes and fools to confound the wise, by signs and miracles. My hosts from heaven shall cause chairs to speak; and inanimate things to walk and dance. The dead shall reappear to the living, and talk with them face to face, and eat and drink, and prove themselves to the children of earth, and make My kingdoms known. Yea, they shall encompass the whole earth around about with signs and miracles, and set at nought the philosophy of men and idolatries of the ancients. For both, the living and the dead, shall know that I, Jehovih, live and reign over heaven and earth. This shall be a new era, and it
shall be called Kosmon, because it embraceth the present and all the past. Then will I reveal Myself; and they that deny Me shall accept Me; of their own accord will they put
away their Lords and their Gods and their Saviours; nor shall they more have idols of Me, either on earth or in heaven, for I am sufficient unto all. (Plate 94 ARC OF KOSMON)

The Ever-Present!