use the consciousness (Divine
Father) to create the manifested world.
Creative forces without Logic (Father)
cannot create systematically toward a purposeful end. Logic without
(Mother) has no creative
ability. That is why they both are necessary as two sides of one
and Mother, Logic and
Grace, etc. --
The Word and
God which were (and still
are) One, "in the beginning."
However, the universe was in an illogical
(chaotic) state, until
God decided to create a
logical and systematic process to bring about the end of this chaos. That is when He decided (willed), "Let there be
Light...." It was then that through
The Word (creative
forces), the will became flesh, "...and the Word was made
It is this
consciousness which went through the
Divine Path to
Consciousness, "and there was
Light." He became
Begotten Son, or
God in manifested form!
Mother is the spirit of
God or The
Holy Ghost). It is
this spirit which manifests itself through the Son. He also
manifests The Divine Logic (Father). That is why the Son is the
Christ. He is the
manifestation of the
Father and the
Mother. He is
The Word (/),
which is the
Mother, and Son as one.
When Divine Logic (Father)
be(comes) earthbound, he is man. When the
earthbound, she is
woman. That is when
confusion (cloud) will
prevail and the Son has to come back as the
The other important point to emphasize and which
was clarified again in this revelation is the subject in chapter 4
about the Samaritan woman and how the people of Samaria believed in
Christ and his sayings without resentment or expectation of
signs or miracles. It shows they were ready to be harvested (saved).
In the last moments of his death, Jacob (Israel)
prophesied that "...until
come; and unto him shall the gathering of the people be" (Gen.
49:10). The people who were supposed to be gathered were the ten
lost tribes of the
House of Israel,
or the Northern Kingdom (Samaritans). They were scattered abroad,
but eventually were gathered under the banner of
more detail, read
Children of Abram
(Abraham), All Prophecies Are Fulfilled).
It was these Samaritans who, in the gospel of
Saint John, believed in
Christ without any
expectation for miracles or signs. Also in The Acts when
Philip went to Samaria and preached to them the teaching of
Christ, they rejoiced and were all baptized (Acts chapter
8). But the Apostles were persecuted in Jerusalem.
Again this shows that
did not come for the
but for the people of the
House of Israel (the ten lost tribes).