Again, God has spoken
through prophets. Will
mankind listen this time?
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In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
The Secret of Creation >> page 2
How other worlds look like
Then all memory of the previous good life will be taken from the soul, so much so that it finds itself in the new world born with an imperfect body from a woman into the outer world, almost in a wholly unconscious, lowest animal state and unable to give itself the least account of its new existence. Only gradually, after about a year, does a wholly new consciousness begin to develop from the pictures, phenomena and perceptions conveyed through the senses. The memory and the fresh rernernbrance of the perceived are then the only road-signs and aids on the new path of life on this earth. Here there are no higher spirits sent by God who would guide the child into a higher and more profound cognition, but it is up to the parents with their experience to lead the child onto a better path. The child must then learn much, must begin to make its own decisions, must seek and ask, must bear fear, hunger, thirst, all kinds of pain and privations, must allow himself to be humbled to the lowest sphere of life, and at the end of such a life there is usually a painful and serious illness which takes the life of physical man.
Once man has met all the exacted and demanded requirements of life and loved God above all and his neighbour - even if the same had as a bitter enemy persecuted him - more than himself, then he has quickened the divine spirit spark implanted in his soul‘s heart and awakened it so that it can grow.
lt is only from then on that God grows within man, penetrates the soul and makes it His equal. Then the former natural man has from a mere nonentity become a child of God, who can in this perfected condition enjoy all those perfections inherent in God Himself.
Look, friend Murel, in the same manner as I have described it to you, as generally and briefly as possible, it is presented to a man in a stellar world. lf he then demands it in the full earnest of life, he is instantly separated from his light body and, without being aware of it, swiftly transferred to this earth to be incarnated, and the result is then a man such as I and you.
From all this you know now whether or not we have prior to coming onto this earth entered into a voluntary contract with the Lord God."
After Philopold‘s account revealing things no man had ever heard of, Murel is inclined to accept it as truth but would like to know more from Philopold about the stellar worlds. But Philopold describes at first the scene in Cana, when through the Lord‘s grace he was allowed once more to take a look at his previous world and the angel Archiel brought him some of his writing utensils from that place down here to this earth. (See GGJ 1:213 on).
Then Philopold adds: (GGJ.03:222) "Prior to the miraculous act I was just as nihilistic as you are or were, but from then on I comprehended the inestimable value of my life, and of the life of every human being on this earth."
Before explaining the stellar worlds, Philopold describes our earth and planetary system and, thus, Murel readily understands that all the larger and smallest dots of light in the sky are nothing else but immense solar worlds of mind-boggling dimensions for whose inexpressibly vast distances we no longer have any figures. "And once you have grasped that properly, you will easily understand that the tiny dots of light can quite well be immensely vast worlds."
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