The Symbol Of Christianity
Is The Cross (), The Third Seal
In The Greatest Sign.
Christianity is taken as the message brought by Esa the
Christ, then it is the third message to humanity, that
in order to establish the Kingdom Of Heaven within and
without, the utmost sacrifice (not being self-centered,
being humble) is necessary.
is the Third Seal ()
in The Greatest Sign. It is the teaching of
Christ, and the Angel is Esa. His teaching is the
sharpest (“hath the sharp sword”) and has a twofold
meaning, literally and mystically, “with two edges.”
This sword cuts through the
superstitions and ignorance, dispels the darkness, and
brings light and truth to humanity.
The sharp sword is the truth.
Whoever is in Pure Consciousness will say the truth,
which is sharp as a sword. The sharp sword is used
only in the verses in The Revelation about the third
sign, because who has the sharpest teachings among the
Prophets? It is Esa. The four gospels are
the most direct and sharpest teachings of the truth.
They cut through the faults (if you understand them!).
which is the symbol of Christianity, itself is
representative of a balance if you add the scales on the
two sides (
). The pair of balances is the symbol
With Christ’s teachings and the
understandings of his teachings, a person should come to
the point where he can overcome the devil (which is the
attraction to Maya and/or false ego) and be ready to
sacrifice (not being self-centered) all of individual
self for establishing the Kingdom of Heaven (balances).
He should hunger for righteousness and try to bring
equity on earth.
symbolic number three which is used all though the
gospels and life of Christ, such as the three
temptations, three falls while carrying his cross,
resurrection after three days and nights, and also,
being the Third Seal in The Greatest Sign, all
are symbols of being born again, to be resurrected from
the lower nature (three gunas) to the higher self.
After the lower nature is
overcome, one goes to the heart chakra, which is the
complete unconditional Love of Christ.
meaning of the verse that God “would take their heart of
stone and give them a new heart,” has been explained in
chapter two of Revelation of The Revelation in
the book THOTH. The heart which will
replace their heart of stone is referring to the
Spiritual Heart, not a fleshly heart. It is the
Heart in the center of the chest, which means that the
fourth chakra will be opened, the place of unconditional
Love (Holy Mother). It is the center of Godly
Love, understanding, compassion, etc., which replaces
their human love.
This greater meaning, like
many other meanings of the Scriptures, has been lost.
This can be realized by looking at the statues that are
made of Esa (Jesus). They place a bleeding,
fleshly heart in the center of His chest, a symbol of
His Spiritual Heart. That Spiritual Heart is the
center of understanding, which will replace the selfish
heart of man, which is like a stone.
things Esa did in three and a half years, the energy is
still carrying on and on and on. Why?
Because he was. He did not do much, he
third church can also refer to the third chakra.
The first three stages (chakras)
make up the lower nature of man, and until they are
overcome, the possibility of falling back to the lower
nature and using the powers gained for selfish desires
is imminent. Also the third stage is the last in
overcoming the lower nature.
remember where Esa and his teachings fit into the
overall Plan. He is the three, the third sign ().
And there were three parts in Esa’s mission to be
fulfilled: First, to teach and symbolically show
(to be crucified and rise again) how to overcome the
lower nature (false ego) by crucifying it, thus be born
again (rise to the higher self); Secondly, he came for
the “lost sheep” of the House of Israel, which he
gathered; and Thirdly, to finish and fulfill the
prophecy that the scepter and lawgiving would be
finished from the tribe of Judah, so consequently from
the Children of Israel, and would be given to another
So, he fulfilled all parts of his
mission. Again we can surely realize that God
never fails to fulfill His promises and the prophecies,
which are given through His servants. They might
take longer than the human expects, but they will come
Esa fulfilled a threefold mission:
E nd the promise
given to Judah,
S acrifice (his spiritual message),
A ssemble (gather) the people.
Esa The Christ Is The Best
Example And Symbol For Humanity To Show That The
Kingdom Will Not Be Established Without Sacrifice.
was sent to set an example for the Children of Israel to
show them how to establish the Kingdom of Heaven by
He came to show the Children
of Israel how to establish the Will of the Lord, which
is given by their sign ()and
means the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. He showed
them that it can be done only by sacrifice ()
( not being self-centered).
Christ was sure that his disciples knew who he was, he
revealed the last part of his mission, which was to be
killed and rise again after three days. The very
meaning of being crucified and rising again is that
whoever wants to be risen (resurrected) to his higher
self has to crucify his lower self (false-ego, lower
nature). Only then will he be born again.
This was as he taught, that one has to be born again.
The lower nature is made up
of the lower propensities in the first three charkas:
excess fear for survival, temptation, excess attraction
to the external world, unhealthy sexual desires, and
hunger for power and prestige to satisfy the lower
desires (physiological and safety). Also, in
reference to staying in the earth for three days, each
day can be a symbol of overcoming the lower propensities
of one chakra. Furthermore, the seal ()
is the third sign in The Greatest Sign, and it is
the third church (Rev. Chapter 2) of the seven
All of these clearly indicate
where Christ’s teaching stands in history and why it is
so celebrated by all, because going from the lower
nature to the higher self is the first and most
celebrated point in spiritual progress.
was prophesied that when the Christ came he was going to
go to the cross and be crucified. He even stalled,
meaning “hesitated,” for awhile and said, “God, can you
take this cup from me?” Then he realized right
away, “Not my will, but Thy Will be done.” Then he
went all the way.
was in Pure Consciousness, which means that he was
immortal. So how can you kill an immortal person?
That is why they just think they killed him, but in
truth he went to His Father in heaven. Indeed all
Souls are immortal!
means to struggle to progress physically, mentally and
spiritually and to help others also to progress in these
spheres. It means to be other-centered, to give up
“mine” and “thine” for “ours.” Therefore, in the
process, the false ego is crucified ().
is the key to happiness and joy, to forget the self for
a great task. It is to help others to reach higher
consciousness and create an environment ()
that allows all to reach the highest level of
realization possible. So the feeling of
self-centeredness is forgotten and the cause of
unhappiness will vanish.
(being humble) is a must for a spiritual aspirant.
However, sacrifice can be of three kinds like any other
action. It can be from ignorance, passion or knowledge.
Sacrifice which is performed for establishing the
Kingdom of Heaven cannot be from ignorance. It is
and selflessness should start from the top of the
society (the leaders). Otherwise the mass will be
exploited through their sacrifices and a few will take
advantage of these sacrifices for their selfish
we know, the third seal (the cross) ()
is the symbol of the coming of the Christ, Esa (Jesus).
Esa went to the cross for his ideal. He showed
that in order to create Communities of the Children
of Light, the utmost sacrifice is necessary.
Knowing Self will be accelerated
in these communities because you will have the time,
support and understanding of others to be able to
meditate to know God and become One with Him. Sacrifice
makes such communities possible.
was said, sacrifice, like everything else, can be of
three kinds. It can be from ignorance, passion or
knowledge. Sacrifice for something that is not
necessary and the person does not need it, is from
ignorance. Sacrifice when you expect something in
return is from passion. When you expect something
in return, then it is really a business, isn’t it?
“I do something for you, you do something for me.”
So you are not really doing sacrifice but you are making
a deal, “You do this for me, I will do that for you.”
Sacrifice from knowledge is when it is done without
expectation, for the good of the community.
At the same time, you always have
to be careful. It is just like a good plant. When
you have a good plant, the soil around the plant is
good. So usually the weeds start growing around it
also. The weeds start trying to obtain the
nutrition from the soil where the plants are growing.
Sacrificing has to be done with a
very discriminating mind, so that people will not
sacrifice for the weeds but for the real plants.
So we have to weed out those elements that use the
resources of the community but really do not give any
flower, they do not give any fruit. “You know them
by their fruit.” If they are not giving any fruit,
what do you do? They are weeds, cut them off.
You have no choice. You have to say, “OK, this is
a weed, now I know.” Then after awhile, you know
all the weeds. When you see a weed you say, “Oh,
that is a weed,” right away.
That is why sacrificing is
Many communities have suffered because very few sacrifice to the
utmost and many other “weeds” just eat their nutrition.
Then they became thinner and thinner. Eventually
they died because they did not have any nutrition
themselves to continue. They just gave and gave
and gave. When they no longer gave, those
communities fell apart!
Everyone, even the highest person
on earth, has a limit to his capacity to give. The
physical body is very demanding on the energy.
Therefore, you have to weed out those things that will
weaken the community and only bring in those that give
fruit. Then you might be able to help others to a
point that they also will give fruit.
in sacrificing, there is a pitfall. After you
sacrifice for a while, you might create two kinds of
expectation. You might say, “Oh, I am sacrificing
so much, but why is it not working?” Sometimes it
feels so slow, everything is going slow and things are
not happening. You put so much effort into people
and things, and you think, “It is not happening.”
So you might become discouraged.
The other type of
expectation is, you sacrifice and you do to gain some
results. You say, “Wow, I am such a great person.
Look at me. I am the person who is doing this.
Really, this Mission needs me. I am really
the person running this Mission,” etc. Ego
That is when the
surrendering and submission (fourth seal) (
should be remembered. Surrendering means to do the
Will of God but surrender the results to Him.
Submission is to ideate that, “It is not really me who
is doing it, it is God who is doing it through me.”
With submission we become a
channel for God and we do sacrifice with a
discriminative mind. We weed out the weeds.
We strengthen the community. Yet at the same time,
we never become very egoistical. We say,
“OK, God, you did a good job. Thank you very much,
I will go ahead to another project, to another service
Gathered Together “The People” Under His Religion,
Genesis 49:10 in the
Bible, Jacob prophesied about the future of Judah, his tribe
and its inheritance:
The scepter shall not
depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet,
until Shiloh come; and unto him shall the gathering of
the people be.
Here are two prophecies which
should have been fulfilled through the tribe of Judah:
First, the promise of spiritual kingly domination which
was given to Abraham and his seed would be fulfilled
through the tribe of Judah. This is the scepter,
lawgiver, and the Messiah (Shiloh) which would come from
this tribe. However the scepter and lawgiver would
stay with the tribe of Judah until the Messiah came,
“…shall not depart…, until Shiloh come.” Secondly,
when the Shiloh (Messiah) came, he would gather the
people under his banner, “and unto him shall the
gathering of the people be.”
Who were the people which would be
gathered unto the Messiah? They were the ten lost
tribes of the House of Israel, “the lost sheep of the
house of Israel,” which were gathered together as
Christians under the banner of Christ. Also the
Kingly spiritual domination was finished from the tribe
of Judah (House of Judah).
That is why Esa said that he
was “not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of
sentence is the key to understanding one of the greatest
prophecies and Plans of the Lord which has been hidden
from humanity for so long. A clear understanding
of this great point also shows the legitimacy of Esa as
the Messiah, and that God exists and is guiding the
creation and history.
had come to save those who were true seekers but were
lost because of the confusion of the teachings and ideas
at that time. These were the ones who saw his
truth, either when he was alive or after, and rejoiced
in it and were saved. They were the lost sheep of
Israel who should have been saved, because it was the
Will of the Father that those who have struggled to
progress spiritually to the Father should be saved
his ministry, Esa went to the well of Jacob in Samaria
which was given to Joseph. The people believed in
him in his land. This shows the significance of the name
Samaritans with the mission of Christ. They also
became the means to transfer the teachings of Christ
further to the rest of the House of Israel in order for
the prophecies of Jacob to be fulfilled and for God to
“the House of Israel” moved toward the west and
northwest of Europe. Indeed, that is where
Christianity flourished and gathered all the lost
Children of Israel under one religion.
Also in the
St. John we read:
And this spake he not of himself:
but being high priest that year, he prophesied that Esa
would die for that nation [Jews]; And not
for that nation only, but that also he should gather
together in one the children of God that were scattered
Esa should have been
crucified “for that nation” (the House of Judah) and
also to “gather together in one the children of God that
were scattered abroad.”
Also, he came to “gather together
the people” or as it was prophesied, to “gather together
in one the children of God” – not all the children of
God, but “that were scattered abroad.”
“And not for that nation
only” but for “the children of God that were scattered
abroad” from that nation (Children of Israel). Who
were those who were scattered abroad and were lost?
They were the House of Israel. They were the ones
whom God had predicted would be scattered from the seed
of Jacob (Gen.
28:14). (For further explanation, read the book
Children of Abram (Abraham), All Prophecies Are
Fulfilled in THOTH).
It was these people who were
scattered abroad that would be blessed with the
unconditional promise given to Abraham when he obeyed
God even to sacrifice his son for him. This
promise will be in effect to the end of the last age.
With The Coming Of Christ, The
Promise Of The Scepter Of Spiritual Domination And
Kingly Status (Lawgiver) Given To Judah Was Fulfilled.
it was explained, the spiritual king (scepter) should
come from the tribe of Judah, and he did.
Not only did all the greats kings of Israel come from
this tribe, but also Esa The Christ who was from
the tribe of Judah, came as the expected Messiah.
His spiritual message was that in order to establish the
Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth (),
– to be humble – is necessary.
But the historical effect was his
coming as prophesied by Jacob (Israel) to finish the
promise of the scepter given to the tribe of Judah.
right of having this privilege no longer belonged to
Judah, “The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor a
lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come; and
unto him shall the gathering of the people be” (Gen.
promised Messiah (Shiloh) came as Esa The Christ.
He fulfilled all the signs which were given for this
coming, but the Jews rejected him. He came to show the
way of establishing the Kingdom Of Heaven within and
without, but the Jews had many concepts about the
new Messiah. They expected him to come and place
them in a position superior to others. They
expected him to be similar to the kings they knew, with
material glory and power for suppressing others because
of their wrong conception of Jewish superiority.
the rejection of Esa The Messiah and the fulfillment of
the prophecies of his coming, God took away the
prophethood from the Jews and gave it to other nations,
as was prophesied by Israel (Jacob).
This event is shown in
Matthew 21:43, “Therefore I say unto you, The Kingdom
of God shall be taken from you, and given to a nation
bringing forth the fruits thereof.”
With this sentence, the
great struggle of the Jews started, but they did not
believe the words of the prophecy told by Christ.
However, it does not matter if humans accept or reject a
Prophet. Messengers of God (Angels) are only the
warners and have a message for people. What they
say will happen even if their words are not accepted.
Also in the case of Esa, his crucifixion was a part of
the scepter and the lawgiving were removed from the
tribe of Judah and given to another nation.
This other nation was the
Arabs. The spiritual kingly personality was
Muhammad. The spiritual truth and laws were Islam
) and the Koran. The
spiritual message of Prophet Muhammad can be understood
from the very word “Islam”. Islam comes from the
word “tasleim” which means both to be surrendered and
submissive to the Will of the Lord.
With this, another prophecy was
fulfilled, and also history is the witness of this truth
which God promised would happen. Furthermore,
nothing happens without His Will. So if a person
would be able to establish a new great religion, it has
been His Will, even if some people do not understand or
do not like it.
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