Judiciary Board (Board
<1>From each of the twelve unit groups, one
person who seems to have a keen sense of judgment, and Brahmic
qualities (contemplative) and powers, can be selected as the judge
for the group. <2>Such a person should not be the same as the
leader of the group.
<3>Twelve such people from 12 groups form the
second level of the judiciary system, and this, same as the
collective body, continues to the top of the Hierarchy to the
regional and world judiciary court. <4>Also, as with the
administrative body, six judges are elected through voting (or by
the head of the collective body), and the same procedures, described
about the administrative body, are applicable to the judiciary.
<5>As it was mentioned, it is best that this body consist of
people with Brahmic qualities who are more observant of the events
(than engaged in them), usually have keen judgment abilities, and
are spiritually knowledgeable.
<6>Therefore, through the judiciary board and
because its Hierarchy is made from people with Brahmic qualities
(spiritualists), this class also will have a voice in society and
its welfare, but will not dominate it.
<7>The judiciary system will be formed with
godly-character individuals who have emerged as such from the
bottom of society. They have gone through many levels of tests to
prove that they have taken "the beam out of their own eyes," so they
are qualified to take "the speck out of the eyes of others."
<8>A judge without these qualities would not be qualified to
Esa has shown in the case
of the adulterous woman (John 8:3-11).
<9>Only those with the above qualities can be
chosen as judges. Otherwise, because of their own guilt of not being
completely pure, they cannot properly judge. <10>Either they
would judge harshly because of their ignorance of how hard it is to
overcome the lower nature, or they would judge without considering
the state of the society the person is in.
<11>So a victim who otherwise could have been
guided to the right path would be unjustly judged and even greater
resentment and confusion would prevail in society, <12>or he
would be judged too mildly, because of the impurity in the judge
<13>The Board of
also will examine the validity of the laws from a spiritual point of
view and their justness, as will be described in the explanation of
the decision-making process.
<14>In this system, there is a separation
between the church (dogma) and state. But it is a state under
<15>There will be no priest class in a usual sense (intellectual
spiritualists, clergy). It is the duty of each individual to
study, become familiar with
God's Revelations, meditate
and find the truth. <16>People should not take the words of
others as God's
Revelations. They should ask, search, and find the truth
individually or from those who teach (true spiritual teachers) in
(etherically -- by the Heart).
<17>The maintenance of the
temples and spiritual
centers can be given to the Brahmin class, but the truth is in
Scriptures and in each person's
Soul, and should be found
by each individual.
<18>Only those who are worthy of being spiritual teachers
Gurus) can be chosen as
guides by individuals.
<19>The idea, as expressed before, is that
these leaders, the Brahmin class, spiritual teachers (Gurus),
etc., all will emerge, but are not elected by vote, selected by
special assignment, or chosen because of some educational
background, etc. <20>If a system does not allow its leaders
in any level to emerge, but sets up criteria, such as a level of
education (it might help but is not essential), or being born into
the right family, class, race, etc., -- then the requirement to gain
leadership would become a status quo.
<21>Such a society will fail!
<22>Therefore, with these
spiritual people will have a strong voice in society but will not
dominate it. This will prevent the spread of superstitions by those
low spiritualists who call themselves clergy or spiritual leaders (intellectual
spiritualists), but because of their inability to manifest the
real spiritual truth, they exploit people by spreading binding
doctrines (dogmas) and causing inferiority complexes, etc., in
others. They then take advantage of those lost
<23>This happened in the past in many
religions: spiritual domination through suppression of the real
truth of the reality behind the Scriptures.
<24>It occurred by the preaching of dogmas and imposing ideas
in the name of religions which were merely man-made in order to
control other classes (priest class controlling other classes).
<25>This phenomena led to the separation of
religion and state. Those who invented the idea of separation of
church and state, as was described, did not mean a state without
God, but they meant,
separation of dogma and state. <26>That is why the
Brahmins should have a
voice in society but not dominate it.