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The Only Thing That Christ Really

Preached Was, “The Kingdom Is At


Christ started his mission and the first thing he told everyone was that God’s Kingdom was at hand.  That is why he came to earth and that is what God’s Will is.  That is what God’s desire is, to create His Kingdom on earth.  He wants to be the King.  When we accept Him as the King, then everything else will fall into place.

            If we concentrate on small little things, and we think that we are the doers, then things are not going to happen the way we want.  How many people are trying to take care of the poor and needy?  They have been trying for centuries and thousands of years.  Are they gone?  Did we get rid of the poor?

            But when the Children of Israel accepted God as their King, as their only focus, what happened?  The poor were taken care of.  They became prosperous.  Their whole city became so full of treasures that the silver coins were like stones in the streets. Even the children were playing with the silver coins because they were not worth anything anymore.  They were so prosperous that they did not need them any longer.  The gold coin was the norm.

            So it depends on where our focus is.  Are we going to learn our lessons, ever?  Even Christ said, “The poor are going to be with us forever,” as long as our focus is to take care of the poor.

            But if our focus is on God, and if we accept Him and create the Communities of Light, what will happen to the poor?  They are going to be taken care of.  There will be plenty of food for them.  The poor will never be homeless or helpless or foodless.

           We can see that Christ also does not preach to take care of the poor.  He says, “The Kingdom of God is at hand.”  Let your focus be on God, not that, “I am God myself,” but on God, the Father, the Spirit.


            Both John the Baptist and Esa preached the gospel of the Kingdom of Heaven.  When Christ started preaching, the mission of John was finished and the work of Esa began.  However, he also brought the same message and showed the way, “Repent:  for the kingdom of heaven is at hand,” that only with repentance and change of heart can the Kingdom Of Heaven be established (within and without).  This is the same message as John’s.  He did not say “I will forgive you without you repenting and changing the way of your life,” but “The first step was shown for you to take, ‘repent.’  Then after that I will help you to progress and enter the Kingdom.”


            There are three Kingdoms Of Heaven:  the Kingdom Of Heaven In Heaven

(), the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth (), and the Kingdom Of Heaven Within (KOHW) (all three are shows in the Greatest Sign).

            However, the three Kingdoms become as one and under the rulership of the Lord when all of humanity repents from their egoistical ways, accepts and establishes His Laws, and creates the Kingdom Of Heaven Within and on earth (the Kingdom Of Heaven In Heaven is already established).  Only then will His Kingdom come and “His Will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”

            That is why both John and Esa preached that the human should repent of his selfish ways if he wants to establish the Kingdom Of Heaven.  They did not preach, “We have come to save you.”  They taught that it is up to each individual to repent, turn away from selfishness and follow God’s Laws.


            Christ came to fulfill his mission which is a part of God’s Mission.  So by accepting Christ, by accepting Muhammad, by accepting the Prophets of the Old Testament, by accepting the beginning of the creation, the reason God created this creation, and that He wants His Kingdom to come on earth, then we can see that we are fulfilling God’s Will.   We are bringing God’s Will to earth.


            We are here to strengthen all these things.  We are not for one country, for one culture, or for one people, but for the whole earth.


            A lot of preachers preach the truth but do not follow what they preach.  That is why Esa said, “Listen to what the Elders say but do not do what they do.”  That is because the human has two parts.  He has mind, or intellect, and he has heart.  It is very easy to go to the library, find a lot of books and read about Spirit and God.  It gives you some knowledge that you can talk about.  But to live what you have heard or read, comes from the heart.

            Sometimes you can see people who live it without ever having read anything about it.  They have opened their Hearts.  They are very joyous.  They love God but probably have never read a word about God. They can sing God.  They can praise God. They can Love God.  They can be in Christ Consciousness.  So they have their hearts open but their minds have little knowledge of it.

            However, the best one is he who opens both of them.  He opens his Heart to God so that he can live It without even knowing too much about It, and he opens his mind by reading about Him, so he can share Him with others.  This will bring harmony between his Heart and his mind.  Then he will not only live It but be a channel for Him.

            That is actually another part that we are working toward, to bring East and West together.  West is always a symbol of the mind.  It works with intellect.  And East is the symbol of the Heart.  Easterners are very emotional.  They love God but probably most cannot write about Him.

            Now we are approaching a time when a balance between Heart and mind is possible.  Now both East and West can open their Hearts and so have the Compassion and Love of God, and have a good mind so they can read and intellectually understand God on deeper levels.


            Many gain some spiritual powers and misuse them to show their spiritual progress and impress others (use of spiritual powers can also be from three kinds:  ignorance, passion or knowledge).  Many also use a name, which is not His Sacred Name, to do these things.  But they are not acceptable, “…I never knew you”  (Matthew 7:22,23).  In fact, spiritual power will be given to a person to test him to see if he will fail in handling it or will use it for the right purposes.  These powers should be used for His Will (establishing the KOHOE).


            Christ did not say escape the world.  Christ said, “Be in the world but not of it.”  He did not say forsake the world and go to the mountains and forget about it.  He did not say that. He said, “Be in the world but not of it.”


            The meaning of the first and second resurrections?

            The answer to this question can be found in more detail in chapter 20 of Revelation of The Revelation in the book THOTH.  The first resurrection is the awakening of those who will reach Pure Consciousness in the Golden Era which is fast-approaching.

            When the Kingdom is established on earth, there is going to be a period of tranquility, progress and great realizations.  Following this period, which is symbolized as “one thousand years,” another period of confusion will appear.  After this period, again many will reach Pure Consciousness.  This is the second resurrection!


The Prayer That Christ Gave To be Performed By His Followers Taught The Kingdom Of Heaven.


         This prayer is well known by many:

Our Father, Who art in heaven,
Hallowed be Thy Name.
Thy Kingdom come.
Thy Will be done, on earth, as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.
For Thine is the Kingdom, and the Power, and the Glory, forever.

            This was the prayer given by Esa.  Before starting to pray, the ideation of respect and devotion toward God should be invoked.  That is why the first verse gives praise to the Lord, “Hallowed be thy name,” the same as “We pay our salutations to the Father.”

            The second verse is an expression of the desire that the Will of the Lord be done, which is for His Kingdom to be established on earth, “as it is in heaven.”  As it was explained previously and as it is shown in The Greatest Sign, there are three Kingdoms Of Heaven:  the Kingdom Of Heaven In Heaven, the Kingdom Of Heaven Within, and the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth.  The Kingdom Of Heaven In Heaven already has been established.  When the Kingdom of Heaven Within (KOHW) and the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth ()  are also established, then His Kingdom will come and His will, will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.  So in this verse the Will (Desire) of the Lord has been expressed.  He desires to see that His Kingdom come and through it the whole universe progress as rapidly as possible toward the goal (Pure Consciousness).

            “Give us this day our daily bread”:  To do His Will and/or before starting any spiritual progress, man’s physiological and safety needs should be met.  That is why the daily bread (minimum necessities) should be provided for all.

            “And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.”  We forgive those who have done wrong to us, and the Lord will forgive us also.  Forgive and you will be forgiven.

            “And lead us not into temptation.”  The essence and reason for any wrongdoing is temptation, when an action seems good to us to do, but in reality is against the Laws of the Lord.  When temptation comes to the person through his lower nature, it is a great task to overcome it.  Also temptation occurs because of the power of the tama guna (crudifies the consciousness) and attraction to Maya.  So in truth this verse is similar to the sentence, “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,” or “lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil (tama guna, Maya).”

            “For Thine is the Kingdom, and the Power, and the Glory, forever.”  He has complete power over the three gunas and is the master of the universe.  So only He can deliver us from evil or the power of the tama guna and help us detach ourselves from Maya.  He is the only subject of praise in the universe, and only with directing all our attention and our being to Him can we be delivered from the ocean of Maya.  So “the Kingdom, and the Power, and the Glory” is His forever.  The “Amen” is the same as “Aum” or  “OM” omsmall.gif (884 bytes), which is to invoke the Lord or the Divine vibration in the universe.


            The sooner we create the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth, the sooner we go back home.  So let us get on with it.


With All The Revisions That Have Been Made Of The Bible, A Summary Of The Real Teaching Of Christ Can Be Found In Chapters 5, 6, and 7 Of Matthew.

          There are many commandments and principles that are written all through the earth and in the Scriptures.  Although their existence is necessary and inspiring for man, yet as long as they have not become an integral part of a person with God’s Grace, they will not have a lasting effect.

            This truth was revealed to humanity two thousand years ago when Esa gave the “Sermon On The Mount” in chapter five of the gospel of St. Matthew in the Bible.  The Children of Abram (Abraham) had the Ten Commandments since the time of Moses and even before!  However, they violated them all through history from the very beginning.

            That is why Esa taught that the goal is not, not to break the Law but to reach a point where no desire is left to break it.  The goal is not, not to commit adultery but to reach a point where no desire is left even to look with lust upon a woman, “…that whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart.”  (Matthew 5:58).


            He wanted to preach this wonderful teaching to everyone.  He was open to giving this wonderful truth that came through him to everyone.  He wanted to share it with everyone.

            But the more he tried to tell people about this beautiful revelation, the more they wanted favors.  They wanted to be healed.  They wanted to be given whatever they wanted to hear, and they wanted to hear exactly what they wanted to hear.

            Also they used a trick, that they have to listen to energy, “If it feels good to me, it is OK.  If it does not feel good to me, it is not OK.” That is a trip.  That is an ego trick.  “If it is according to what I want, it is OK.  If it is not according to what I want, it is no good, I can drop it and go somewhere else.”

            So what happened?  He had no choice but to give this truth to his disciples only.  He went to the mountains, he sat there and his disciples came there.  There was no multitude with them at this point.

            That is when he really went to the essence of his teachings, to the very depth of this teaching.  That is why chapters 5, 6 and 7 of Matthew in the Bible are such wonderful chapters.  The Sermon on the Mount is probably the most famous sermon by the Christ:

          “Blessed are the poor in spirit:  for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.”  (Matthew 5:3) 

The poor in spirit refers to those refined Souls who hate evildoings and false teachings (“deed of the Nicolaitans” Rev. 2:6).  They intuitively know that there is more in life than only physiological satisfaction, safety needs and pursuance of Maya (worldly attraction).

            Therefore, they long for that lasting happiness.  They will come to this conclusion that the Kingdom Of Heaven is only within. So they forsake the society and try to find the Kingdom of Heaven within.  They become escapists.  That is why people will call them poor in spirit, because they do not have the courage to face hardship.  So they inherit the Kingdom of Heaven within, only.


            “Blessed are they that mourn:  for they shall be comforted.”  (Matthew 5:4) 

         (ichng-s.gif (891 bytes)) Those poor in spirit who have overcome being escapists and instead try to stay in society –“thy first love” (Rev. 2:4) – are those who mourn. They are poor in spirit, hate evildoings and false teachings, and they see so much wrongdoing and inequity in society. So they mourn over being oppressed in that environment and are very unhappy as to why they do not receive their fair share. They shall be comforted when the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth comes and they will receive their fair share.

            “Blessed are the meek:  for they shall inherit the earth.” (Matthew 5:5)

    ()  When a person mourns for awhile and no one listens to him, he realizes that he is too powerless to be able to gain whatever he wants.  So he starts to conform instead of mourn.  He becomes a meek person; he becomes submissive.  He will endure suffering with patience and without resentment.

            However, these are the first people who will submit themselves when the Kingdom Of Heaven comes, and because they consist of the majority of the people, they will inherit the earth.


            “Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness:  for they shall be filled.”  (Matthew 5:6)

            (cross-s.gif (869 bytes)) A meek person, however, after being submissive for some time will realize that the reasons for all his and others’ suffering is because of the lack of righteousness in all levels of society. That is when he will create a strong desire for righteousness. He hungers and thirsts for righteousness to be established. These are the ones who will be filled when the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth is established and righteousness restored.

            “Blessed are the merciful:  for they shall obtain mercy.” (Matthew 5:7)

            ( islms15c.jpg (912 bytes)) If a person progresses more in understanding himself (overcoming the false ego), he will realize that in all the last four stages, he has been following the demands of his own false ego. He was unhappy about society and was trying to change it because he wanted a fair share for himself.

            He had been in his first three chakras  which are related to the false ego.  However, when he overcomes being selfish about what he wants himself, then he creates a great compassion for those in distress.  He realizes that overcoming ego is a hard thing, so he creates compassion for those who are lost because of their false egos.  He becomes merciful.  So he himself will obtain mercy from heaven.

            “Blessed are the pure in heart:  for they shall see God.”  (Matthew 5:8)

            ( baha-s.gif (97 bytes))A pure in heart person is one whose innermost character, feelings and inclinations are free from moral fault or guilt.  He is a man after God’s own Heart.  He is a man who not only is merciful, but has created a universal point of view with utmost compassion for all things in it, so he looks at the universe exactly the way God looks at it. Therefore, he will start to understand how God feels about all things in His universe, and he can see God face-to-face in all the manifested universe.


            “Blessed are the peacemakers:  for they shall be called the children of God.”  (Matthew 5:9)   

(KOHW) A peacemaker is one who brings harmony, tranquility or quietness to people internally and externally.  These are the ones who not only have reached the state of being pure in heart, but are actively engaged in establishing the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth (establishing daharma) in order to bring that harmony and tranquility to the world.  They are the real Paravipras, who with their spiritual understanding and powers, bring the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth.  They are the children of God, because they have completely realized His Will and are trying to fulfill it.  They are good children of God.


            “Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness’ sake:  for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.”  (Matthew 5:10)

( center-s.gif (899 bytes)) These are the ones who have already reached a very high consciousness or Pure Consciousness and have come back to earth in order to establish the righteousness.  They have no interest in this external material world for any selfish desires, but are interested in the establishment of the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth in order to see that the proper environment is created for all to progress physically, mentally and spiritually.  They have no fear of being persecuted for their ideology and goal, because they know eternal life is everlasting and forever.

            Theirs is the Kingdom Of Heaven (within and without), because these are the ones who are really worthy to assume the leadership of humanity.  They will be the Great Paravipras (Maha-Paravipras) who will establish and maintain the Kingdom Of Heaven On Earth.

            In reality the teaching of Esa finishes here.  The rest of chapter 5 is the description of the characteristics of a Paravipra.


            He gave his message to them and was relieved from his duty to let them know what the message of the Lord was for them, so it will be done –  they could accept it or reject it, it was up to them now.

            That is the duty of a Messenger – to give the message to those he had been chosen to take it to.  He is not responsible for the consequence.  It is up to God.

            In truth his mission as Messenger is finished here.  But he should have continued until he was crucified on the cross.  So he stayed and taught further, and he pressed the elders until they would do His Will.


            Christ finished the essence of his teachings here and people saw the authority in him because he was in truth.  Whoever is in truth cannot say anything but the truth, and truth is like a very sharp sword which cuts through the falsifications and prevails strongly, “having authority.”  But people still thought it was his doctrine and could not see that it is the only doctrine, or the truth.  No one will be saved by merely believing in a Savior – after believing in the Savior he has to do and struggle in the path.  Then he might earn His Grace and be saved.


Being Baptized with The Holy Ghost (Satva-Raja, Or Fire) Is The Only True Way Of Being Baptized.

            Baptism by water is a symbol of that kind of baptism, because only after repentance and changing the way of life toward purification will a person receive The Holy Ghost and truly be baptized.


            Water is the symbol of manifested consciousness (ether), and restless water such as a river or ocean, is the symbol of confused consciousness or mind.  Therefore to baptize in the river by letting the person merge in it, and then taking him out, is a symbol of saving the person from confusion (river) and pulling him out like a fish.  That is why Christ told his disciples that he was going to make them fishers of men.


            The feeling of bliss which accompanies baptism arises because when a person is suddenly emersed in water and then taken out again, the reaction to this act is the release of some prana from the solar plexus to the brain.

            Also because the charkas become cooled, they will be quickened.  Both of these reactions result in a feeling of bliss and refreshment, which is interpreted as receiving the Spirit and being saved.   This feeling is intensified with a religious atmosphere which stimulates the emotions.

            In truth, all of these result in the quickening of the charkas which is the same as receiving the Spirit (awakening the astral body).  However, only those who truly repent, overcome the lower nature, and go to their higher natures (to be born again) are the true saved ones.


            Esa taught that you have to be born again.   To be born again means to go from the first three charkas (lower nature) to the higher chakras (higher self), or in other words, to crucify the false ego (lower self) so to be born again (resurrect) into the higher self and be glorified.  That is why until you are born again, you are not saved.  In fact the very symbolic meaning of the crucifixion of Esa (symbol of the death of the false ego) and his resurrection is to show that you have to die first (your false ego) before you can be born again (resurrect to the higher self), “It is in dying that we are born to Eternal Life” (St. Francis of Assisi).


            Christianity is the symbol of this overcoming of these first three chakras.  It is a symbol of individual achievement in detaching completely from Maya.  He who overcomes the first three chakras overcomes evil (attraction of Maya), and is a true disciple of Christ.


            Consciousness in its purest form is “The magical world of God.”  To enter this state many techniques have been devised.  The fastest and the most direct of all is the path of devotion to God.  That is why Esa said, “Love thy Lord with all your Heart, Mind and Being.”  When you create such an intense Love of God, the Fire of this devotion will burn all impurities (tama guna).  That is when one will reach the ecstasy of God-realization.


Esa Came As A Universal Personality With A Teaching Of Equality.

          He came with “balances in his hands” (Rev. 6:5).  He was, as a symbol, the first of the Jews who truly overcame his lower nature or false ego, “…and lo a black horse; and he that sat on him…” (Rev. 6:5).


( yahshwah.gif (121 bytes)) was the faithful witness because he came and struggled to bring humanity to higher consciousness and Pure Consciousness.  He was the “first begotten of the dead,” or he was the first that came from ignorance to complete enlightenment. So he was the first one that reached Pure Consciousness and he became The First Begotten Son.  He was begotten from the dead, which means ignorance.  He was “the prince of the kings of the earth,” which means that he is the ruler of the earth.  The real kingdom of the earth has been given to him.

            “He washed us from our sins in his own blood,” or he washed the sins of others by sacrificing himself, because he took up the struggle through the crucifixion and through showing how we can wash our sins through sacrificing to establish the Kingdom Of Heaven.  With the fire of sacrifice we can purify the world.


            He who has the pair of balances has come to make sure that equity has been established in the human race.

            Whosoever contributes more to society should receive more.  Spiritual contribution is superior to intellectual, and intellectual contribution is superior to physical.  Another meaning is that the chosen ones (Paravipras) will establish this equity on earth.  These are the ones that have the pair of balances in themselves (Kingdom Of Heaven within).

            In short, “Make sure all receive their share without any one being unfairly treated.”  That is what Christ taught his disciples.  The essence of his teachings is, “Sacrifice in establishing the Kingdom Of Heaven.”  The rest will be added to you.


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