Tablet Ten


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Now the Lord had said unto Abram, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father's house, unto a land that I will shew thee:

(Genesis 12:1)

<1>With this command, God set a great Plan in motion which would create significant events in the future history of man. It would bring great lessons for humanity's understanding and progress.

<2>Centuries after the flood of Noah, when many Souls had gone through a great amount of progress, God decided to reveal the second part (kohoe-s.gif (879 bytes)) of the Divine Path to humanity.

<3>So Abram (Abraham) was chosen to start this mission. <4>The purpose of this second revelation is to show that organization, justice (Laws), and great leaders are necessary in order to create a proper environment that allows the human to progress to his highest potential.

<5>The very theme of the Old Testament is based on these points to show their importance: <6>the laws brought by Moses, the great king (leader) was symbolized by David, the organization of the governmental bodies was shown by those bodies in the countries that the Children of Israel ruled, and through God's Laws, justice was established when they were followed.

<7>But throughout the Old Testament, we can see that the kings failed to have mercy on their subjects and most of the time no one was ready to sacrifice to create that desired environment.

<8>This is the lesson of truth which was brought by the Children of Israel and is symbolized by the Star of David (kohoe-s.gif (879 bytes)). The triangle upward (3upss15c.gif (899 bytes)) represents organizational structure, and the triangle downward (3dss150c.gif (898 bytes)), justice and control through Laws. <9>So the sign (kohoe-s.gif (879 bytes)) in a broader sense means, "The Kingdom Of Heaven should be established on earth by the Hebrews (those who have gone beyond) or the Children of Israel (those who struggle -- are on one team -- with God, the Elected Ones)."


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