I do feel bad that everyone in the Unification Church still thinks that they who were born from the “Blessed Couples” have no Original Sin; as they were all deceived in the “Wine of Wrath” they all drank, because Rev. Moon mixed his seminal fluid in the wine at the marriage ceremonies; and no one ever told them that they who came into the Ark of salvation in “two’s” were the “Unclean” animals: the “Clean” came in as groups of “seven”.
In truth it is those “seven fold” heirs of the Lamb who overcome in all 7 overcomings on the Path of the Just, which s what the 7 churches are really about: the ladder of Jacob, the Vertical Ascent of the Ascension, as seen in the Son of Man the angels of God ascended and descended on, but Rev. Moon and his seminally drunken followers all ignored the information I was given from 1986 onward, and transcribed in the instruction I was given to heal and save Rev. Moon, that the Angel of Patmos specifically came to my room, appearing as did Moroni to Joseph Smith, which was in the guestroom in my Grandmother, Ruth Witt-Diamant’s house, in the City of St. Francis to rectify.
When I told Jonathan Gullery at HSA-UWC, and the others about this in 1988,
in a 144 page letter, he politely told me I could quote and use anything published by the HSA-UWC;
and then no doubt threw my letter in the trash,
given to me word for word by the Angel of John the Divine.
What a disaster!!!
In truth it was Rev. Moon’s life that was thrown in the trash…..
Rev. Moon’s Tragic End:
a wasted life spent in stolen Riches
and satanic acts of AdulteryAs the years rolled by and my servant John helped me unseal the Revelation of Jesus Christ, which is the book of Life of the Lamb, I was always struck by how easy it would have been to save Rev. Moon because he is specifically written of in two gospels: Matthew and Luke; and is; or was; the “Faithful and Wise Steward/ servant’ mentioned by both of them. It is a dual prophecy; giving two different endings: a happy one; and a very sad one. The sad one is what Rev. Moon chose; the one at Matthew 24:48 about “that evil servant”; but Rev. Moon could have made it all the way except for the fact he and all the members in the Unification Church tried to deny what I was told by my Angel when I was given the Word of God. yet Rev. Moon told everyone that the Word of God was where everything began and ended when dealing with anything in the Providence.
The Truth of Rev. Moon’s fall from his Position
John the Baptist and Jesus the Son of man were to have been as close as Jonathan and David were; and as John the Beloved and Jesus of Nazareth really did become as close as: as the Baptism unto death for Jesus was actually the resurrection unto life for David: check Psalm 22; the figure on the Cross is David; and no one else.
I guess so; but my publisher Paul Cohen at Monkfish Book Publications told me that my book
“…finishes the Bible…”
And those are his words; not mine.
What of prophecy?Can it be given the same conditions that we might use in an experiment in clinically controlled conditions and see if it can be demonstrated that the results are also beyond dispute?I aver that it can be done.Let us begin with Malachi; a prophet who said that the Messiah was going to come to Israel 430 years or so before Jesus showed up. Now some might say that this was just a lucky guess; but now we have the hard part: Malachi “adds” what we might describe as a “vierifying sign” that was to accompany the arrival of the “Messiah”; and this was to be the advent of Elijah; who was to come first. So far so good; we have the “last prophet” of Israel having the condition of the Messiah arriving; with the additional condition that Elijah must show up first: before the Day, as a “precondition”. This is what is called a “sign of the Proof”. This brings us to the “demonstration” of the “experiment” in prophecy: for 430 years after Malachi prophesies we have two men arrive in Israel: John the Baptist and Jesus the Prince. +++++++++++++++ +++++++++++ Now some might say: this is not “proof”; this is a coincidence; two men showed up claiming to be these two figures and that is the end of it; both died; one is said to have risen by those who saw him; but then this fellow Jesus left and all we have is the Gospel and a Revelation as the last book in the Bible. For most this is the end of the matter; for to believe the Gospel one would have to suspend all we know from science and rational empiricism and suddenly believe in miracles, angels, a Messiah; cosmic messengers who went up to heaven in flaming chariots and then; as Elijah was to have done with John the Baptist: reappear. How unscientific! How improbable! Yet Jesus said that John was Elijah; even though John denied the fact and blocked the way for the Jewish people and their leaders to rally behind him. John did not himself believe he was Elijah; thus contradicting Jesus; whose messenger he was supposed to have been: what a bummer! Then as now: few knew what or who to believe!For most who do not embrace the fantastic this situation is about as verifiable as a fairytale and of the same validity of any vain superstition; equal to the make-believe world of children and the outpourings from the mouths of the heavily medicated denizens of the local state hospital mental wards. But locking up those who do not share our view of reality does not mean that we are right: all it proves is that we have the ability to lock them up: not silence them or change their minds.Most lunatics are prone to delusion; but I ask you: if Lord Jesus did even one miracle while he was here then we are the deluded ones: because then our “science” only works with the atomic and subatomic knowledge of the invisable world because “science” does not actually exist: what exists is a form of belief that cannot currently be disproved because it is the operational basis for western civilization: and it seems to work, just like our cars and space shuttle’s and medicine. But this does not mean that “miracles” are not possible: it only means that we do not have the meabns to perform them: because they require faith; and what the Lord called “the Power of God”.Does this “power” exist? Not to science and those who believe in the God that doesn’t exist we call atheists. ( Atheists do believe in God of course; it’s just that the God they believe in is the “God that doesn’t exist”; it’s still a form of belief; because to deny anything one must also affirm that which one does not believe: it’s the self-referential paradox of belief itself ).Looking at stories of Moses and the mystical Ark of the Testimony we are forced to admit that someone believed Moses did these things; but let us look at the claims in the Last Book of the Bible to see if we can find any way of making a judgment about the coming of another “messiah”; which is supposed to come right when the world is about to destroy itself; and then the Lord of the Second Advent shows up and makes eveything “right”.
It sounds great; but now we have a problem: miracles only occur where something called “faith” is in play; on many occasions Lord Jesus said “as is your faith, so let it be done”; in other words: so as you have believed; so then let it be”. This seems to be the precondition for our little experiment.
Now there are many who claim to have this mystical “faith”; but St. Francis had faith and did no miracles on the scale of Lord Jesus or Moses; Emanuel Swedenborg claimed to talk to spirits and angels and never even bent a spoon or levitated a tiny bit; even David Blaine seems to have done better than that; our own little Simon Magus!
But now we are faced with another possibility: that of a “test of Faith” from the Lord. And the more disturbing possibility is this: we aren’t going to get any miracles; no verifiable signs; no flights in the air with throngs of angels: all we are going to get is the “Test of the Last Day: the Trial of Faith”.
I call this “the test of Noah”. As those who do not believe that Noah existed or the account of the Flood is historically accurate I only ask that they look at the circumstances at the end: for 7 days before the Flood Noah went out and preached; or actually begged; that those who were gathered around the Ark making fun of him and his family would repent of their unbelief of his prediction and come in and be “saved”.
Since there had been a drought for a couple hundred yesrs in that locale the local residents thought Noah was mad: some had never even seen it rain: ever. Nonetheless Noah told then “rain” did happen in times when no drought existed: which for most of those gather there to ridiclue them was never.