KingdomMt. Zion and Zion, and Explanation of the System


Tablet Nine


<1>Those who have been elected for two terms as the head of the collective body (administrative body), the judiciary body (Brahmins), and the legislative body (Senate) will assume the positions of the Elders in these levels. <2>They will be witnesses of the system. <3>Also those people who have been elected in any position in any other level of government (except the direct reporters whose terms are for three times) for four successive terms will gain the title of Elder in that level.

<4>For example, if a person was elected for four terms (sixteen years) by twelve people as their leader and he never was elected in any higher level, he will become an Elder to those twelve people. <5>But if he was promoted to a higher level in the Hierarchy, in any level of the Hierarchy that he would be elected four times, he will assume an Elder position in that level.

<6>The Elders in all levels have an indirect but powerful influence on the government. By their experience and because they would be out of the activity of the system, they can see the problems or wrongdoings of those in the system. <7>By their influences which they should gain by their character and leadership abilities, with gain of respect, they can point out these problems and constantly direct and correct the system if it is so needed.

<8>The Elders would be out of the activity. Usually those who are outside of an activity see things more clearly, and because of the experience, proven characters, and abilities of these leaders through many levels and tests in the past, these Elders will become the true seers of the problems and are able to influence the direction of the leadership indirectly without being involved in it.

<9>These Elders should influence the system through their fine characters and wisdom. If an Elder does not manifest these abilities or loses them because of old age or for any other reason, then his ill advice will not be considered. <10>It is a prestigious position for those who truly deserve its status.

<11>These Elders are the true leaders who emerge as Great Souls and are 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 humanity.

<12>The Elders from the heads of the judiciary (Brahmins) and administrative bodies each can choose one person as their head. <13> Also they will choose another person by a collective vote of the two Elder bodies (judiciary and administrative) as the Eldest.

<14>The Eldest and the two heads of the Elders from the Collective Body and the Board of Brahmins (judiciary board) will be regarded as the guardians of our teachings and His Kingdom.

<strong<15>In any disputed matter or disagreement in the case of spiritual, civil, judicial, or other spheres, when unsolvable in the system through the decision-making process, then the ultimate source will be the opinion of these three guardians in each region.

<16>After they have meditated on the matter, discussed the matter together, and reached the same conclusion in one opinion, then that would be what all should accept as the Law and the Will of God.

<17>The final decision will be with the Eldest. <18>Also the Eldest has power to intervene in any level of the Hierarchy, legislative, administrative, or judiciary bodies and question their activities, decisions, or procedures. <19>Only in this level, therefore, do the Elders have a direct influence on the system. Of course, Elders can persuade the Eldest to influence the system directly if they and the Eldest felt it was necessary.

<20>However, the Elders from the two bodies or collective body plus the Board of Brahmins combined, can vote the Eldest down if they feel that he is losing his power of judgment (from insanity, old age, misuse of power, etc).

<21>The Elders also can be retired by vote from the board in each level from which they have emerged.

<22>Also members of the boards of the administrative and judiciary bodies can be impeached by the Senate.

<23>Therefore, although the Eldest apparently has unlimited power, if he starts to misuse it he can be replaced by the Elders or by collective vote of the administrative and judiciary boards, and if the Elders fail to do so or lose their abilities to judge, they can be disqualified by the two boards (administrative or judiciary). <24> If these two bodies unjustly try to disqualify them or misuse their powers in any other case, they can be impeached by the Senate, and if the Senators are not doing their duties satisfactorily, they will not be elected by the people.

<25>The Senate also has the power of questioning any activity in any level of government (judiciary and administrative) if it seems desirable, but of course, only by majority vote.

<26>On rare occasions, any eleven people in any level of the twelve selection Hierarchy can, with a majority vote of seven (spirit) or more, over four (matter) or less, vote down the person who has been selected by them. <27>This can be practiced more often at the lower levels of the Hierarchy and much more rarely at the top.

<28>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. <29> That is when "The Meek will [truly] inherit the earth."



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