MAP: One of two booklets
that summarize our
teachings. There are two aspects in our teachings: The
spiritual aspect and the social aspect. This booklet,
MAP, summarizes the social part of
MASTER PLAN FOR PLANET EARTH
Taken from the book:
The Holiest Of The Holies (THOTH),
The Last Testament
Mount Zion = Triangle Upward = Organizational
Humanity is again on the threshold of a great evolutionary leap.
A new era of a Golden Age is approaching. It is again a time for us
to be given another chance to prove that we are worthy to manage our
Around twelve thousand years ago, a great disaster (Flood of
Noah) befell man. The reason for it was because he failed to
recognize his responsibility to create harmony on earth, to utilize
his life towards its reason, to recognize the Oneness and
interdependence of all, etc.
This failure brought disharmony on earth. In order to prevent
humanity from destroying itself completely, a Plan was
devised. A great disaster (destruction) became necessary to
eradicate all traces of the higher technology of the human at that
time. In the process also all those who had the knowledge of these
technologies were destroyed, or became hidden. Man mentally became
deprived of this knowledge.
In the physical and spiritual spheres, man was also altered. He
no longer had the direct knowledge of the Spirit. His spiritual eye
was closed and he physically became more bound unto earth. This
evolutionary process continued and was completed in full effect six
thousand years ago.
In the last six thousand years or so, a period of history was
created for man. This was a period of strife, sufferings, and great
upheavals. Man was left to himself. However, whenever it was
necessary, an intervention by the Heavenly Hosts directed man to
higher levels of understandings. Great events, scientific
discoveries, social progress, etc., were directed to this present
These all occurred to give humanity a lesson. This period was not
intended to last forever. We are fast-approaching the end of this
period. The destruction of twelve thousand years ago and the history
of the last six thousand years all were done as lessons for our
future references. These lessons have to be learned, so similar
mistakes will not occur in the future!
The Heavenly Hosts once more are releasing the responsibility of
governing the planet earth back to humanity. Hopefully, with the
lessons learned and the system presented here (combined with the
teaching in THOTH, the main book of the Mission of Maitreya), the
intended harmonious and just human society will be created on earth.
It is the time for humans to come to maturity. The apparent chaos we
see on earth, in this period we are in now, are the birth pains.
Before describing the system suggested here, it is appropriate to
explain why the present systems cannot work. In general there are
five main problems:
(1) The process of selecting leaders;
(2) The lack of awareness of humanity that any ideology or
approach is valid only in a given time;
(3) The attachment of leaders (and people in general) to a small
portion of the earth, a specific culture, group, religion, ideology,
(4) The lack of a body to oversee the system
(5) Lack of the presence of spiritual
God out of the
(1) The process of selecting leaders
With an exception of the democratic system in which people have a
limited control over selection of the leaders, usually people have
no control over this process. In order for the best leaders to be
elected under present systems, four conditions are necessary:
(a) A high level of literacy;
(b) An awareness by the majority of people of their basic rights
(c) A willingness on the part of the majority to demand their
rights with persistence;
(d) High ethical standards at all levels of society, especially
among the leadership.
The existence of all these is rare. In fact some of them, in
normal situations might be found in some societies, but never all of
them together. Only the first condition might exist outside times of
crisis. The other conditions en masse might manifest when matters
become unbearable, people’s awareness increases, and they are
aroused. At such times they are more willing to take action and make
sacrifices (create higher ethics) to improve their situation.
It is usually in these situations that great leaders emerge from
the masses. But once the crisis has been dealt with, people’s
awareness diminishes again until the next crisis, when people once
more become aroused, the crisis is met, and awareness diminishes.
The cycle continues and in the process many suffer.
The absence of the four above mentioned prerequisites for
selecting the best leaders in the present system results in the
emergence of leaders who bring their societies to the brink of
crisis. A system should therefore be devised to minimize the effects
of the absence of these necessary factors and also to facilitate the
emergence of benevolent leaders with the required awareness.
(2) The lack of awareness of humanity that any
ideology or approach is valid only in a given time
With clear evidence from history, Maitreya has explained, at
length in his teachings, that social progress of humanity is
based on a cyclical movement. In each of these cycles one class
in society dominates.
Every and each of these cycles have similar characteristics. Like
the life span of anything in the manifested world, five stages can
be recognized. First there is a beginning of a new period (np). The
second stage is the time of growth or progress (pr). The third is
the time of maturity or peak (pe). This is usually the longest. It
is a time of steadiness with little fluctuation. The fourth stage is
the start of the period of decline (de), and the fifth stage — the
time of stagnation (st) and eventual destruction. The graph below
shows these stages:
It is in the period of decline and stagnation that the next
dominating class will prepare itself with new ideas and alternatives
to the old one. Gradually the new ideal replaces the old. This new
movement also will go through the same stages in its life span.
As it can be seen in the graph above, after each period, from
beginning to stagnation and so forth, society progresses to a higher
level. However, after each period, so far in human history, society
had to reach a stage of stagnation to progress to the next period.
Usually it was in this period of transformation that great strife
Such periods can be found all through the last six thousand years
of human history. The human always resisted change and new ideas.
However, in our teachings the ways to avoid such destructive periods
are clearly explained.
So far these evolutionary cyclical movements have not been
understood by the majority. With this being understood and also the
awareness that any ideology, idea, approach, etc., is valid only in
a particular period of time, leaders will be more equipped to solve
the present and future problems and lead the way to an
ever-progressive future. As the human progresses to greater heights
(physically, mentally and spiritually) these cyclical periods
ever-approach an optimum point [for more detail about the materials
in this section, read the section Kingdom in the book The
Holiest Of The Holies (THOTH), The Last Testament].
(3) The attachment of leaders (and people in
general) to a small portion of the earth, a specific culture, group,
religion, ideology, etc.:
Anything which separates human from human will create suffering.
In truth suffering, chaos, confusion, etc., all come from division
and separation. Therefore any ideology taken as absolute, or any
attachment to a small portion of the earth or to any particular
group, religion, culture, etc., will cause suffering.
This can only be cured by expansion of the mind and the
comprehension that all groups, cultures, races, etc, are part of a
whole, and that each of them is necessary and intended to help the
functioning of the whole.
To achieve this goal, a worldwide government and universal point
of view is needed. Humanity has to realize that they are so
interdependent that they either must learn to share and coexist or
they will all perish together. In this regard Maitreya’s teaching is
a unifying force.
(4) The lack of a body to oversee the system (The
A body is necessary which would be outside the system but
familiar with how it works. Such a body is here called The Elders.
Its members would emerge from the system so that they would be very
familiar with the system. They would not be engaged in its
activities but would only be observers, therefore they could easily
see in what direction it was going and would be able to correct it.
The lack of a body in such a relation to the present systems is
another reason for their failures. No knowledgeable individuals now
have as their whole concern the observation and direction of the
systems. With creation of such a knowledgeable body, where its
suggestions would be accepted because the opinions of the Elders are
respected, then the system would be corrected and guided constantly.
Therefore, this shortcoming would be overcome.
To gain this respect would be the most important task for each
Elder in the observing body (The Elders), because they can only give
suggestions which may or may not be accepted by those in the system.
of the presence of spiritual considerations (putting God out of the
As it has been suggested throughout our
teachings, one of the reasons for human failure to bring peace,
tranquility, equity, justice, etc., on earth is because we have put
God out of our lives and government.
The phrase, "separation of church and
state" actually should have read, "separation of dogma and state." Those who brought this great realization as a part of the
constitutions of some nations did not intend to imply, "separation
of God and state," or "a
state without God."
Any ideal that separates human from human
based on a set of beliefs, inspired under the name of religion, or
any other name, is considered dogma. No such forces should become
the dominating class in government, or be supported by it
Also as it is explained all through our
who bring these ideas in order to exploit the masses also should not
be allowed to dominate the government. States which are
run by the clergy or priest class, for the reason above, will
eventually become dictatorships, and the masses will be exploited in
the name of religion.
That is why in our system, although the
spiritual values are considered, the priest class is not a
dominating force. Also the Brahmin class, it is hoped,
will not become dogmatic. It will bring
God into the government,
but will not use religion as a tool to exploit the masses. True
spiritual experience and/or realization is an individual
God. It can never be
The five shortcomings of the present systems explained above,
combined with individual shortcomings, are the cause for the present
state of the earth. That is why not only is a change necessary in
the existing social orders, but individuals as well have to be
prepared to accept these changes.
These two interdependent social components (individuality and
collectivity) would be changed simultaneously. As more individuals
become aware of the necessity for change, the new order will form,
and as this order evolves, more individuals would become aware,
progress, and become involved in creating the new order. This
process will continue until the desired environment is created.
The system presented on the following pages, together with the
rest of Maitreya’s teachings, is intended to eliminate the problems
discussed above and also to foster the unity that will help humanity
out of the present great suffering due to division.
In the suggested system, a process has been designed in which all
leaders would emerge from the very bottom of society. By means of
this process, their true intentions and abilities would be known.
Therefore only those who were truly equipped with all the abilities
to lead others toward harmony, equity, justice, and well-being would
In addition, another group of leaders would be elected by general
election. This would bring balance into the system. By electing
persons from outside the system, fresh and new ideas can be brought
to the leadership. This would also prevent the system from becoming
rigid and bureaucratic. It therefore would not become the field of
domination of a few having all the power, or a system which requires
rigid rituals or special behavior to reach the top. Room would be
left for unorthodox leaders to influence the direction of the
leadership by their progressive ideas.
One more important point can be made. This system is for humanity
and the New Order of the Ages to come. However, there will be those
who will help to bring this system to the earth and establish it.
They are those who are on the earth but not of it.
PART I: REGIONAL GOVERNMENT
The Process of Selecting the Twelve Leaders of the
There would ultimately be twelve regions in the world. Each
region would be divided into twelve sub-regions. Each sub-region
would be divided into states, each state into counties, and each
county into districts. Each district would be divided into small
communities (Communities of Light). Any small group of people
(ideally around twelve adults) in these communities would represent
a decision-making and selection unit.
Only those people who join such a small group of people can be
selected and promoted to the leadership of the collective body.
The only criterion necessary for forming such a unit is the mutual
decision of these people to do so.
One person would emerge (or will be selected by consensus)
spontaneously as the leader (representative) of each of these units
(rather than by election). Ideally every twelve such leaders would
make up a second level of decision-making, and they would select one
person as their leader, and so on, until one community leader
emerged from each community*. Then one person would emerge as the
leader of each district, one as the leader of each county, and so
on. This process would continue until leaders were selected for all
the twelve sections of a region. Any person selected to serve on a
higher level in the Hierarchy would be replaced by someone from a
level lower than the one from which he had emerged. This process
would be continued to the bottom of the Hierarchy, that all levels
would be filled.
There would also be six people selected at large by election.
These six would not be chosen by the selection process just
mentioned, but rather by general vote. These six would join the
twelve selected by the system described above. Therefore, the number
of the collective body of a region would be eighteen. One person
would be selected as the representative of the region to the world
collective body. One person would then be selected as the leader of
the regional collective body, and four others to report directly to
this leader. The rest would be divided into four three-person
groups, each under one of the four who reports directly to the
The last twelve leaders would assume direct responsibility for
the twelve regions. The regional representative to the world
collective body, the leader of the collective body, and the four
reporting directly to the leader would closely cooperate with the
six people elected at large. The world representative of that
region, the leader of the collective body, and the four direct
reporters would no longer be available to assume responsibility for
the region they were elected from, therefore the six elected leaders
would each be given a region to lead. Since these six leaders would
not necessarily be familiar with the problems and situations of
those regions, the selected person from that region would join them
in the responsibility for that region. They would cooperate such
that the person who was selected by a region would act as advisor to
the person who assumed the responsibility.
If the leader selected from a region did not agree with the
decisions made by the person appointed as a replacement, the matter
would be decided by the judgment of the leader of the collective
body. If the problem was between the regional world representative
or the leader of the collective body and the leader of their region,
the matter would be solved by majority vote of the collective body
or regional Eldest (as described below).
The four reporting directly to the leader of the collective body
would not assume leadership of a three-person group including the
region from which they have emerged.
The six leaders elected at large would not be able to assume the
positions of world representative, leadership of the collective
body, or become a direct reporter for the first time they were
elected to the collective body. However, they could assume the
position of direct reporter if elected twice, and could be regarded
as candidates for leader of the collective body or regional
representative to the world body if elected three times.
The leaders selected by the hierarchical selection process would
serve for four years, as would the six people elected at large.
After four years, the collective body would select the regional
representative to the world body and the leader of the collective
body of that region for the next four years. After the selection of
these leaders, the rest of the body would return to their regional
leadership levels. Then the leaders for the next four years at those
levels would be selected, and so on, until all the levels were
selected. Because of the dynamics of the system, it should not
take a long time.
The terms of the six elected at large would end before the
selection of the regional body and the world representatives. Thus
if they were elected for a second or third time, they could be
considered as possible direct reporters, regional representative, or
as leader of the collective body.
A person would serve as leader of the collective body for no more
than two terms (eight years). Anyone who succeeded in becoming
leader of the body for two terms would assume the position of Elder
of the collective body. Also, any person who was selected as direct
reporter three times would assume the title of Elder at that level.
The members of the collective body or of the leadership at any other
level in the hierarchical selection process, could be selected at
any given level for no more than four terms (16 years). This would
also be true for the regional representative in the world body. Any
person elected for four terms at any one level of the Hierarchy
would assume an Elder position at that level.
* The representative (leader) of the community can emerge from
the community at large (without breaking the community into twelve
people units). But by formation of twelve people units, the effect
of mass hypnosis (when people follow the crowd and lose their own
identity) will be broken. The person who emerges from the twelve
will be well known by the whole group, and hopefully benevolent,
wise, fair, etc. However, if for any reason a community was not
broken into twelve people groups, any person who emerges as their
representative can be accepted into the system.
Judiciary Board (Board of Brahmins)
From each twelve-unit group in the communities, one person with a
keen sense of judgment and spiritual (contemplative) qualities and
powers would be selected as the judge for the group. Such a person
should not also be the leader of the group.
Twelve such people from twelve groups would form the second level
of the judiciary system, and this, as for the collective body, would
continue to the top of the Hierarchy, to form the regional and world
judiciary court. As with the administrative body, six judges would
be elected at large and the procedures described with respect to the
administrative body would be applicable to the judiciary.
The idea would again be that these leaders, the Brahmin class,
would not be selected by election, special assignment, birth, or
because of educational background, etc. In this way spiritual people
would emerge and have a strong voice in society but would not
Legislative Body (House of Elects)
The House of Representatives and/or Senate (or both) would be
chosen by vote of the people from different regions. They would
consist of those who are known for their virtues and willingness to
solve the problems of their communities, of their regions, and of
the world in general.
The duty of the Senate would be to study social problems
carefully and to consider laws for dealing with them. Spiritual
values would also be regarded in these decisions.
The Senate would also have the power of impeachment of officials
in the administrative and judiciary systems. If a leader was found
to be guilty of wrongdoing, the most severe punishment would be
imposed. Crime at the high levels of leadership is the worst because
it brings a decline in morality and affects everyone, down to the
lowest level of the society. Leaders (the heads) have the greatest
effect on society. If they are corrupt, their subjects will follow
them. That is one of the most important lessons of history.
Those who have been elected for two terms as head of the
collective body (administrative body), the judiciary body
(Brahmins), and the legislative body (Senate) would assume the
positions of Elders at those levels. They would be observers of the
system. Those people who were elected to any position at any other
level of government for four successive terms (except the direct
reporters, who would require three terms) would gain the title of
Elder at that level.
For example, any person who was elected for four terms (sixteen
years) by twelve people as their leader and was never elected to any
higher level, would become an Elder to those twelve people. But if
that person was promoted to a higher level in the Hierarchy, and was
elected to that level four times, that leader would assume an Elder
position at that level.
The Elders at all levels would have an indirect yet powerful
influence on the government. Because of their experience and their
removal from the main activity of the system, they would be able to
see the problems or wrongdoings of those in the system. Their
knowledge, character and leadership abilities would afford them the
respect and influence, so that they could point out problems,
thereby constantly directing and correcting the system whenever
The Elders would influence the system by means of their fine
characters and wisdom. Any Elder who did not manifest these
abilities or lost them because of old age or for any other reason
would not be considered seriously. The position would be prestigious
for those who truly deserved its status.
These Elders would be the true leaders — great souls — in tune
with God’s will and the current situation of society. Those Elders
at the top of the Hierarchy should be highly exalted and their words
should be heard and accepted as Light for the guidance of society
and all humanity.
The Elders from the heads of the judiciary (Brahmins) and
administrative bodies would each choose one person as their head.
They would also choose another person, by collective vote of the two
Elder bodies (judiciary and administrative) as the Eldest. The
Eldest and the two heads of the Elders from the collective body and
the board of Brahmins (judiciary board) would be regarded as the
Any disputed matter or disagreement in the spiritual, civil,
judicial, or other sphere that was unresolved by the decision-making
process would be decided by the three guardians in each region.
After they had meditated on the matter, had discussed the matter
together, and had reached the same conclusion, then all would accept
that as the law.
The final decision would be with the Eldest. And the Eldest would
have the power to interfere in any level of the regional government,
legislative, administrative, or judiciary bodies, to question their
activities, decisions or procedures. Only at this level, therefore,
would the Elders have a direct influence on the system. Of course
Elders could persuade the Eldest to influence the system if they and
the Eldest felt it was necessary.
However, the Elders, the collective body, together with the board
of Brahmins could vote the Eldest down if they felt that the Eldest
was losing the power of judgment (from insanity, old age, misuse of
Elders could be retired by majority vote from the body at any
level from which they were chosen.
Members of the boards of the administrative and judiciary bodies
could be impeached by the Senate.
Therefore, although the Eldest apparently would have unlimited
power, any misuse could cause replacement by the Elders or by the
collective vote of the administrative and judiciary boards. If the
Elders failed to do so or lost their powers of judgment, they could
be disqualified by the two boards (administrative and judiciary). If
these two bodies unjustly tried to disqualify them or misused their
powers in any other way, they could be impeached by the Senate. If
the Senators were not performing their duties satisfactorily, they
would not be elected by the people.
The Senate would also have the power of questioning any activity
at any level of the government (judiciary and administrative) if
that were desirable, but only by majority vote.
On rare occasions any eleven people in any level of the twelve
selection Hierarchy, with a majority vote of seven (spirit) or more,
over four (matter) or less, can vote down their leader who has
emerged from their group. This should be practiced more often at the
lower levels of the Hierarchy and rarely at the top.
With the above power given to any group to be able to control
their representative (leader), and the other safeguards described
above, this system can truly be called a government from the people,
by the people, and for the people, under God. This has not, in its
truest sense, been accomplished on earth yet! This is when The Meek
will [truly] inherit the earth.
As discussed previously, there would be four bodies, or pillars,
in the governmental structure: administrative, judiciary,
legislative, and the Elders.
The legislative body, the Senate or the House of Representatives,
would have many committees. The committees would receive requests,
complaints, etc, from individuals, groups or from the governmental
bodies. Each committee would receive requests related to its basic
function. After a committee finished its study of the matter, it
would present the findings to the Senate. After the Senate had
studied a proposal from the point of view of practicality and
justness, members would vote on the issue. Any bill passed by the
majority would be sent to both the administrative board and the
board of Brahmins.
The administrative board would study the bill from the point of
view of practicality and feasibility. The board of Brahmins would
study it from the point of view of spirituality and justness to all
or the majority.
If the bill was accepted by both boards, it would become law. Or
both bodies could simply reject it. However, if one passed the bill
and the other rejected it, then it would be returned to the Senate
with each side’s reasons for acceptance or rejection. Then the
Senate would make a new decision. If it was passed again in any
form, it would be sent to the two boards for further study.
If the two boards could not agree at this point, the matter would
again be referred to the Senate. If it gained a majority vote in the
Senate yet still no consensus could be reached by the boards, this
time the matter would be referred to the Elders. After it was
discussed by them, the three guardians would review it and the two
heads of the bodies of Elders (administrative and judiciary) would
give their opinions and the reasoning behind them to the Eldest. The
Eldest would make the final decision.
The presence of the Elders would be especially helpful at these
times. They might guide the boards toward a wise decision.
PART II: WORLDWIDE APPLICATION
The governmental structure of each region was explained in the
previous pages. The same system, with the necessary alterations,
could be applied to the smaller parts of a region (sub-regions,
states, cities, etc) or to a larger area, such as the entire earth.
That is in fact the goal of the system — to create a worldwide
In order to achieve this goal, a World Collective Body
(administrative), World Judiciary Body (board of Brahmins), World
Senate, and World Body of Elders would also be necessary.
To create the world administrative and judiciary bodies, one
person from the corresponding boards of each region would be
selected as the representative to the world body.
From those elected by vote, only those who had been selected
three times to the regional levels would be considered for election
to the world bodies. In addition, for each body at the world level
(administrative and judiciary), there would be seven persons elected
by vote. Thus the number of each of these two bodies would be
nineteen (twelve from the twelve regions and seven by vote).
One leader would be selected in each body as the head, and two
persons would report directly to the leader. There would be two
reporters for each direct reporter. Each reporter to a direct
reporter would be in charge of three regional leaders and the
coordinator of activities for one region with other regions. If a
disagreement developed between the world representative and the
regional leaders, the matter would be handled by the World Eldest
(or Elder body). The decision of the World Eldest would be final.
Those who had served two terms as the leaders of these bodies
would become Elders in their respective levels. Those who had served
as direct reporters or reporters to the direct reporters would
become Elders after three terms, and representatives of a region
after four terms.
The rest of the functions and relationships of these bodies would
be similar to those of their regional counterparts.
The heads of these bodies should be elected first. Then those not
elected would return to their regions and the election process would
continue as described before. The seven people elected by vote
should be elected first, so that if they were elected for a second
or third time, they could be considered as potential candidates for
direct reporters, and/or reporters to the direct reporters (if
elected for the second time), or leader of the body (if elected for
the third time).
The world legislative body would be elected by vote. Two
representatives would be elected from each sub-region (there would
be twelve sub-regions in each of the twelve regions). Therefore the
World Senate would contain 2 x 12 x 12 = 288 members, from all over
the world (or other arrangements can be devised, such as some number
of representatives from states, etc). A House of Representatives
could also be formed in each region and world level. The presence of
two houses would bring a greater screening power into the system
(but also more bureaucracy).
Representatives would work for the sub-region and region they
were elected from. Representatives from a given region would
coordinate the functioning of that region with the other regions and
sub-regions, through their representatives. This body would promote
legislation at the world level for the good of all.
The decision-making process for the world government would work
in a manner similar to that described for the regional level. The
House of Representatives (if present) would first pass a bill. Then
if the Senate also passed it, it would be sent to both the World
Administrative Board and the World Judiciary Board. The rest of the
process would parallel that of the regional level. When a bill
became a law in the world bodies, it would be enforceable throughout
the entire world.
The regional government should not overburden the world
government with regional problems, that the latter body would be
able to concentrate on higher things concerning all.
The only logical and true ideal is to redefine this earth as one
country and to share all resources, abilities, and knowledge in
order to create the ideal environment for everyone. In this way all
individuals could progress to their highest potential — physically,
mentally, and spiritually. It is the only way for human beings to
gain peace, prosperity, and the opportunity to continue to exist!
PART III: FINANCING THE
SYSTEM AND THE BEST WAY TO CREATE THE BASE OF TWELVE
Financing the System
Financial set-ups to achieve the ultimate manifestation of MAP
(the system explained above) and continuation of its existence after
that, will have two phases: First the financial set-ups needed
before full manifestation, and second, after it has manifested
itself in full.
In the period before full manifestation, the financial needs will
be provided by those who would be inspired to support it. The
financial support in this period can be given through tithes,
donations and gifts from these supporters.
In the case of tithes (10% of a person’s income), it is
recommended to give 7% for the support of our vision and use 3% to
promote prosperity in the immediate surroundings of your communities
— help those who need financial support in your communities or
promote our vision in those communities, etc.
As the community expands, this amount will increase (as others also
will add to it), and you (community) will have greater resources to
reach out and expand the Mission, etc.
The gifts and donations, of course, as to how much to give, is an
individual decision. They will be added fuel to further the vision.
In this transitional period, a well managed accounting system
will be kept to provide answers as to how these funds were spent.
These records will be available to the supporters and governmental
agencies for inspection. This will also help to analyze how the
finances are used and further the efficiency of the system.
Ultimately, when it is recognized by many, or all, that such an
arrangement as this system is necessary to bring about peace,
tranquility, progress and Oneness to humanity, this system gradually
will replace the old. When we reach this ultimate manifestation, the
expenses necessary to be paid for the services (minimum) by the
government(s) for the people would be provided by taxes. Adequate
accounting for these funds and any other funds from the people will
also be provided.
The expenses necessary for the judiciary, administrative and
Elder bodies will continue to be provided through contributions from
the tithes from participants in the communities and others, gifts
and donations. However, in this state, if this support is not
sufficient for the expenses of these bodies, matching funds from
taxes will be added to these resources. These matching funds should
not, by any means, exceed 100% of the funds provided from the
tithes, gifts, donations, etc.
In both phases, the best way for twelve people to be the base of
the hierarchical selection system is that they all live together in
a small area, if possible in a single large building. There they
would be able to create strong bonds, progress together as a group,
and offer comfort, strength, and protection to each other. In such
an environment the true leaders would eventually emerge.
Each individual or couple in these small communities would give
7% or more of their income to the system which would be sent to the
regional central financial agencies to be used for the expenses of
The other financial arrangements in each community depend upon
the people involved. One way to do this is to identify the
collective expenses and finance them through contributions by all in
the community. This can include administrative expenses of the
community. Another way can be to surrender some fixed percentage of
income to the community for various expenses, or to fix an amount to
be paid by each family, etc. This decision is completely up to each
individual community, based on their unique situation or desires.
If the twelve people were not living together as a community, the
individuals should send at least 7% to the central financial
agencies, and support other collective expenses of the community,
such as for administration of the group involved, etc.
However, it is recommended that the twelve people live in housing
close to each other, or even use something like the recommended
house (explained in the next section), so that they can be close
together physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Those who would not be participating in a group of twelve people,
but who are willing to support this cause and the system, could give
at least 7% of their income to be used to finance the system.
Of course gifts, contributions, donations, etc, from people to
the system can be another source of income. These funds and the
tithes contributed to the system would be tax deductible.
After full manifestation of MAP, matching funds would also
be made available as a percentage of the money generated in the
above fashion in each region, from taxes that would be collected
from the general public for the services provided by the government.
If the money collected from the first two sources (gifts and
tithes) was not sufficient for the expenses of these bodies, then
from the general taxes, up to 100 percent to match the collected
funds from gifts and tithes, could be taken to double the income of
these bodies. This matching fund should never exceed the 100 percent
That is, for example, if the money collected equaled two hundred
dollars, but expenses exceeded this amount, matching tax funds could
only increase the amount to four hundred dollars, two hundred
dollars collected and two hundred dollars from taxation.
However, if the money collected from tithes and gifts were
sufficient, no matching funds would be required, or at least not 100
percent. This matching system could also be used as an economical
tool to inject or withdraw money from the economy in order to
control and direct it.
The reason for limiting the matching process is that the
judiciary and administrative bodies should be so respected and
trusted that people should be willing to join and support them fully
through the first two sources of income (gifts and tithes).
Therefore, if they became corrupt, these bodies would not be able
to freely use the taxpayers’ money and so be able to continue their
corrupt ways. When people no longer had any trust in the system,
they would not support it and the first two sources of income would
decline. This would force the reserve of matching funds to go down
also. So the system would be forced either to correct itself or to
collapse and make way for a new system. The more prosperous the mass
(communities), the more prosperous will be the system.
From the income generated in each region, as described above, 30
percent would be sent to the world body from each region, and 70
percent would be used for regional expenses.
Of the money generated at the world level, 10 percent (tithes)
would be given to the World Eldest to be used for his expenses and
for administrative expenses of the Elder body at the world level.
This would also be true at the regional level: 10 percent of the net
income (before the 30 percent had been sent to the world government)
would be dedicated to the Elders and would be given to the regional
Eldest to be used for his expenses and for those of the regional
body of Elders.
The rest of the income at both the world and regional levels
would be used for the administrative and judiciary bodies.
The general public would be taxed for the services they required
from the government, and the salaries and financial requirements for
maintaining and operating the Senate (and/or the House of
Representatives) would be paid by the taxpayers.
The financing of candidates who run for vote-elected office would
be achieved half by direct contributions to the candidates and half
by matching tax funds from the government. A ceiling could be put on
how much a candidate could spend.
A Recommended Twelve-Base Housing
Recommended for a group of twelve adults who truly want to be
close physically, mentally, and spiritually is a housing complex
built around a circular or six-sided (hexagonal) center (an example
is diagrammed below).
Thus there would be six houses around the center. In each house
would reside one family, and the hexagonal center would be their
With this arrangement, the families would be close together and
could use the center as a place of love, sharing, and if they
wished, worshipping and becoming one, while each family would still
have relative privacy.
Residents of such a house could also invite others to their
private community center and share their oneness with them. These
twelve adults would also be a decision-making unit and a base on
which to build the system; and there are many other advantages.
Each of the six houses should become a center of love and foster
a healthy unit (family) to support the society. After each
individual had learned how to create a healthy functioning family,
the next step would be to become a good citizen of the small
community and to be able to share with the rest of the members. All
of this would encourage a person’s growth physically, mentally,
emotionally, and spiritually.
Then, after this training, individuals could reach out to the
bigger community surrounding them and eventually accept their place
in the universe as a whole. In truth these communities would be
training places for true leaders, those with the ability to live
with a group and emerge as leaders.
This arrangement could even be expanded; twelve such housing
complexes could be built together to create a second decision-making
level, and twelve of such groupings would make up the third level,
and so on, until a community was formed. Then a community center
could be built to serve them on a broader scale.
The more of these communities we create, the better. More people
would then participate in the decision-making process and also in
the selection of leaders in the administrative and judiciary, and
eventually of the Elder bodies. So the possibility for true leaders
with true characteristics to emerge would increase.
PART IV: A PRACTICAL APPROACH FOR
EMERGENCE OF THE
In the explanations above, general information of how the system
should be, is given. In this part the practical aspect, or how the
Hierarchy on earth will emerge, will be explored. It will describe
how first, a facilitating body as the initial Hierarchy, will emerge
from the top to the bottom, and then later on all levels of the
Hierarchy will form from the bottom to the top.
When all levels of the Hierarchy emerge from the bottom to the
top, then it will become a self-sustaining continuous system. There
would be little need of interference by the Heavenly Hosts as in the
past. Then the Heavenly Hosts will give recommendations and
suggestions to those who will be at the head of the Hierarchy on
earth. They will interfere in earth’s affairs only if it is
In this time now, however, the Heavenly Hosts are most active (so
are the dark forces) and are working on all levels to bring
The Plan on earth (or prevent its fulfillment). The
success of The Plan depends upon the response of humanity to
its call! The sooner the response, the less suffering; the slower
the response, the greater will be the chaos.
The process of the formation of the Hierarchy on earth will be
accomplished by the Elders. Through their presentation of The Plan
and their suggestions and wisdom, the Elders will gain the respect
and willingness of others to comply. There is no authority rested on
them — they inspire others, coordinate the activities, and will help
to form the twelve people as the second level, then those twelve
will each inspire twelve others, etc.
Evolution vs. Revolution
As it is explained in THOTH in the book The
Kingdom of Heaven on Earth (KOHOE), in an evolutionary manner,
changes come from the top to the bottom. Therefore, there will not
be a great friction between evolutionary elements and the old system
— in contrast to revolution which is a process which forms from the
bottom of the society, and usually replaces the old system by force,
which creates a great friction between the two systems.
For all the reasons above and in order to replace the old
hierarchy in an evolutionary process, the new system will start from
the top to the bottom. With this, the new Hierarchy will form and
when all see that the old system will no longer work, the new
Hierarchy will simply replace the old one. It will be a transitory
process, not a contest.
The old system was based on the authority from the top. But this
system no longer will work. So much knowledge has been released to
earth that humanity no longer can be run by a few as the supreme
beings as their leaders. They want to have control over their lives
and their environments. This is clearly evident all throughout the
earth. The old hierarchy either will see this and conform to the
state of human evolution, or will oppose it and learn this to be
true in a much harder way.
This is our (Elders) responsibility to go ahead, and persistently
and intelligently with great wisdom, patience and compassion, form
the new Hierarchy, so when the old starts to crumble there will be a
system which could easily replace it. Otherwise there will be great
The overall Plan has been given in the package The Plan
and the creation and history is explained in the book THOTH.
Below we will briefly explain the practical way to help the new
system emerge within the old world.
Emergence of the Elders From the Top
A body of initial Elders will first emerge, then twelve people
(the thirteenth entity in any twelve person group is God [Spirit] as
a unifying force) will be chosen to facilitate the process in each
of the twelve regions. These twelve each will eventually find twelve
to start the Hierarchy in twelve subregions. Then one person for
each state, one for each county, district, and community, will be
formed. These communities then can form the 12 people units as the
base to form the eventual Hierarchy.
Formation of the Hierarchy From the Bottom
It is from these twelve people as the base from which the
Hierarchy on earth will gradually emerge. When the twelve people at
the base are ready, then they can choose a person from the group as
their representative. The person who had helped to form the twelve
as the base then can function as an advisor to the representative of
the group or if they choose, they can give the honorary title of
Elder to him.
This process will then continue all the way to the top of the
Hierarchy. From these twelve people as the base, the ultimate
Administrative, Judiciary and Elder bodies will emerge. When the new
Hierarchy eventually replaces the old, the House of Representatives
and other members of the Hierarchy which need to be elected by
majority vote, will also properly be formed (by mass vote). The
process explained above is shown in the visual aid below.
The Last Points
Although the formation of the Hierarchy described is to start
from the top, in reality it can form spontaneously in all levels.
But the ultimate manifestation will be from the bottom to the top.
Many groups and people are ready to establish the Communities
of Light, however, in their highest, they are not yet formed.
The formation of the Communities of Light
also is not enough. Networking should be established and coordinated
between the communities and they should be unified toward creation
of one world government.
PART V: FINAL POINTS
Subjective Approach with Objective Adjustment
"Subjective approach" is here taken to mean a constant approach
toward our goal, or ideal, or perfection. "Objective adjustment"
here means to adjust ourselves and our ideal to the situation we are
in now. Therefore, "subjective approach with objective adjustment"
means to strive ceaselessly toward our goal, ideal, and perfection,
yet to be flexible enough to adapt ourselves to the present
situation. However, this should never keep us from progressing.
This approach is very important in implementing the system of
government described. It is the ideal system and the eventual goal.
But there can be some adjustments before we reach the ultimate. Of
course this law is applicable to all human endeavors.
New Hierarchy vs. the Old One
The system above has been revealed to us in this time, because
humanity has reached a point where a great evolutionary step is
necessary. The old patterns are crumbling and are no longer suitable
for our needs and level of consciousness.
Like any evolutionary change, this system will simply replace the
old one, while the old one slowly loses its power and all will see
the end of its usefulness. As it is explained, in an evolution,
changes come gradually, therefore there will not be great friction
between evolutionary elements and the old pattern — in contrast to
revolution which is a forceful change which usually creates great
friction between the two systems. The New Order of The Ages will
come in a transitory manner through the wisdom of the Elders.
Our system might look to the old ways of thinking as a threat —
it is not. Not only is this system not against the old hierarchy,
but existence of the present system (old hierarchy) is necessary.
Its absence before the new Hierarchy emerges, will result in greater
Therefore, the new Hierarchy should not oppose the old one.
However, the new Hierarchy through wisdom, perseverance,
communication, education, etc, will let all see the necessity for
the change. All will patiently await its manifestation.
Progressive Nature of the Universe
The very nature of the universe is progressive — all things are
marching toward perfection. It is true of everything, even our
system. So if in the future this system can be perfected further, or
altered by the progress of humanity to a higher level of
consciousness, development could be viewed as an evolution toward
However, all such developments should be progressive, not
counter-evolutionary. The system may be improved on or adjusted. But
its base, which is to bring justice, peace, and progress into the
universe, should not be sacrificed.
Exceptions to the Rule
The system described, or any other approach to human existence,
should not become rigid and exclusive. As the normal distribution in
statistics shows, there will always be exceptions.
In fact it is the few positive exceptions to the rule which
usually bring about greater change and progress. Therefore no system
or arrangement should become so rigid as to destroy or slow down the
development and manifestation of these exceptional talents.
The very nature of the universe, in its highest state, is free,
happy, and progressive. Anything that opposes this basic nature is
not natural; it will create suffering and will eventually be
Some Points to be Considered in the Planetary
Constitution, If Any:
(1) Freedom of Religion:
Religion is an individual approach to God. Therefore, people should
be free in this regard, as long as their belief is not harmful to
the welfare of others.
(2) Separation of Dogma and State: Any set of beliefs which
separates human from human, under the name of religion, is
considered to be dogma. No such belief should become the dominating
force in government, or be supported by it.
The actual meaning of "separation of church and state" is
"separation of dogma and state." It does not mean a state without
God. The founders of this truth were simply against the domination
of the people by a set of rigid beliefs, not against God. They had
seen the results of such domination on Europe in the Middle Ages and
among other places.
The above-described system for selecting leaders is based on this
principle of separation of dogma and state. Any person, regardless
of belief, color, culture, etc, would be allowed to participate in
the selection of leaders and to influence governmental decisions.
(3) Human Equality: All humans are equal in their basic
rights of liberty and freedom, and these rights should be
(4) Governmental Responsibility: Governmental bodies are
the servants and trustees of the people.
Many other basic principles found in the constitutions of various
countries can be used for the Planetary Constitution. But these
beautiful words should be implemented and followed. Otherwise
they remain only beautiful words!
The Necessity of Understanding the Whole Message
This booklet by no means represents the entire vision revealed by
Maitreya. In order for this system to work, the whole teaching must
be considered. Those who would see His vision and accept it, will
assist in bringing the truth to the earth.
It is the visionaries who will lead in the dawn of the new order:
"Without vision, the people will perish."
For the entire message of Maitreya, the book THOTH
is highly recommended. It contains nineteen books plus a glossary,
written by Maitreya. It contains an explanation of the relationship
between most Holy Books of the world. That is why it is called
The Holiest Of The Holies (THOTH). In addition to explaining
the relationships among the holiest books of the world, it also
reveals many other truths, related to all levels of human existence.
It is also the revelation and the last testament to end the old era.
Therefore, it is also called The Last Testament. In
full, the name of the book written by Maitreya is The Holiest
Of The Holies (THOTH), The Last Testament.
(The Greatest Invocation)
1- We pay our salutations to The Divine Father, who has helped
all come from ignorance to the path of enlightenment. Ignorance is
the state of unawareness of the reality behind this universe, and
enlightenment is the state of pure consciousness.
2- We open our hearts to Your Grace and pray for Your Guidance in
overcoming the power of the tama guna over our souls and detaching
ourselves from Maya.
3- We adore and promise to endeavor to help the whole universe to
reach higher consciousness and eventually pure consciousness.
4- In reverence we bow our heads in front of all the great souls
in the past and those to come who have helped and will help all to
understand Your Compassion and Mercy in Your Actions and Creation.
5- We surrender ourselves to You, the Words revealed to us
through Your Prophets, and Your Greatest Sign which clarifies the
confusion between all.
6- We submit only to You which is Formless, Nameless and
Invisible. You in this state unify — in any other state, humanity
will be divided. Also, this will prevent us from surrendering to
false prophets and teachers.
7- However, in reverence we bow our heads in front of all the
great souls who will teach us how to know You and show us the way to
be(come) pure consciousness, as is the goal.
For more information, please contact:
Mission of Maitreya "Eternal Divine Path"
Mission Of Maitreya
"Eternal Divine Path"
P. O. Box 44100
Albuquerque, NM 87174