Learning to Speak Universal

The universe is a logical place and most of the players in it are as well. You have need to divest yourself of some bad habits, in particular the practice of making assumptions and assuming that beliefs constitute fact.

I can choose to believe the Moon is made of green cheese. That doesn't make it so. You can show me moon rocks and other evidence that proves my belief is not factual and I don't have to accept those realities into my belief system. Beliefs are choices. You can base your beliefs on factual material or not. I am not here to promote a belief system
but instead a reality system.

There are those who 'believe' I should know every word of the Bible, chapter and verse. A failure to do so renders me an evil spirit, servant of Satan and general all around bad guy. This genre of individual is the same type who says that only Christians can go to Heaven, that God is of a particular racial group or gender, and if you don't conform to their ideology - you're doomed to Hell for all eternity. It is unfortunate that these people didn't learn the lessons of tolerance taught by Jesus.
There are others who have demanded miracles, 'just a little miracle'. These demands fall into the category of sideshow antics. I don't work for a carnival and I don't do tricks. To be sure, this is a time of miracles, both wondrous and terrible. What was kept hidden from you will be laid bare when time comes that it serves purpose to do so. If your soul rests on a foundation supported by tricks, you'll find me a disappointment.

'If you don't do this.... I won't believe'. This is your call, your free will. That's what the First Cause is all about. I am not here to make you believe anything. I neither gain nor lose anything if you believe me or not. I offer a gift. Whether you accept is up to you.

'I take the Bible literally and if you differ from it, you are one of Satan's minions'.

Were not the consequences of such a belief so potentially serious, it would be laughable. Has this person ever met Satan? If so, what does he look like? What sort of clothing was he wearing? How tall is he? What color is his skin? Satan is a real person. One who professes to know him so well should have, at least, these basic descriptors on hand. It follows that this individual's opinions about the Bible are equally suspect as his reason is not based upon logic or clear sightedness but his own assumptions and beliefs.

My point in these examples is that the universe is logical and reasonable. When you view a universal writing, you will know it by its form. These missives are rarely what they seem to be on the surface. We live in a realm where there are few secrets. Once a thought is translated to a word, it is written into the timeline. Those who have eyes can see it. The nature of the Lucifer Awakening was such that certain information had to be concealed from everyone. Not all of the players possessed the entire story, they had what they needed to know at any given moment and no more than that. There is only one place in or out of creation wherein a secret can be kept with absolute security. This is with Father Himself.

There is only one timeline that has any relevance at this moment. It isn't mine, nor is it the Creator Son's. It is Father's. Revelation is a universal writing. More than this, the only place it could have emanated is from Father Himself!

Revelation has time locks on it. It was not meant to be understood until we neared the end of the timeline. Then, and only then, would it serve purpose. Why Father chose John as the vehicle for this channeling is something we can only speculate on. Yet, when you read the text, you have to read EXACTLY what it says without bias, predisposition or assumptions.

Consider this. It states that Michael and his angels will fight Satan and his angels and Satan will prevail not. Most ASSUME this means the Archangel Michael. Clearly it doesn't SAY archangel. While Michael is as common a name in the universe as it is here, there is only one Lord of the Universe, only one Son of God thus there is only ONE Michael of Nebadon. In the only war that has ever occurred in the history of universe, would you expect to find your Son of God cowering in rear or would he be leading his angels into battle? Further, the assumption that an archangel would have 'his angels' is erroneous and not supported by any fact. In truth ALL angels are under the command and rule of the Universal Regent. They are HIS angels.

Another more obscure part of Revelation is the reference to the beast that wears ten crowns. Theological speculations to this point always focus on Earth born entities. Many assume it references the European Common Market. It does not. It does reference the number of the rebellion princes who will ultimately do battle with Michael, ten. At this moment, that number is eleven. I know not which of their number will defect from their ranks, only that one will.

The point here is to listen to what is precisely being said. Assumptions to meaning are inappropriate when dealing with universal personalities. We answer to what we say and do, not to what you assume we've said or done. This point is well applied to the reading of the Bible generally, and the Urantia Book in its entirety.

I offer this text that has now worked it way into obscurity. It is from a Catholic Mass Missal used in the days when the mass was said in Latin. I consider it Revelation's missing text for it addresses an important part of the end times. As with the archangel assumption, most have interpreted this verse to apply to John the Baptist when it can't.

1. In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God; and the Word was God.

2. He was in the beginning with Him, and without Him was made nothing that has been made.

3. In Him was life, and life was the light of men.

4. And the light shines in the darkness; and the darkness grasped it not.

5. There was a man, one sent from God, whose name was John.

6. This man came as a witness, to bear witness concerning the Light, that all might believe through Him.

7. He was not himself the Light, but was to bear witness to the Light.

8. It was the true Light that enlightens every man who comes into the world.

9. He was in the world, and the world was made by Him, and the world knew Him not.

10. He came unto his own, and His own received Him not.

11. But to as many as received Him He gave the power of becoming sons of God;

12. to those who believe in His Name; who were born not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of
man, but of God.

13. AND THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH and dwelt among us.

14. And we saw His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the father, full of grace and truth.

Universal writings tend to be run together without the separators that we would use in our writings. I've supplied these conventional touches to this rendition.

The first line begins as all things began, with God.

The second line refers to one who was with God in the beginning. Most would assume this verse falls upon the Creator Son but this can not be. All six Creator Sons are younger than the one who has trained them for their positions. Furthermore, each Creator Son inherited completed and populated universes. In what has now become a custom, Immanuel of Salvington begins the construction of each universe. Father then chooses a Son to be regent and rule passes from Immanuel to the Son upon the completion of their training.

Lines three and four state that the aforementioned personality is with man. That he has resided with them and they saw not what he is.

Line four references a new personality, one whose name is John.

Lines six and seven point to the relationship between 'John' and Immanuel and specifically states that John is to stand witness to the light that burns within Immanuel. It further states that at this moment 'John' is not the light. This places him into a secondary position, the light taking precedence. Even so, it says 'that all might believe through him'. In life Jesus said that the only way to the Father was THROUGH HIM. In a prior chapter I delineated the physicality of why this must be as fact of creation. Yet, it is also true that spiritual access to Father must also pass through the Son. The verse serves to identify that John IS the Son.

Line nine again references that the world, was made by him and again the time references can not refer to Michael but do apply to Immanuel. It states that he is 'in the world', this implies incarnation. He walks as man, but no one sees what he is.

Line ten states that except for 'John', he walks alone neither with man nor with angels.

Lines eleven through thirteen reference a fact that is obscurely mentioned in Revelations and has specific mention in the Urantia, The Midwayer Family of Angels. These are incarnated angels who have walked the earth for many years. Yet, they were not born under universal auspices and are not counted in the universe's book of life. Their purpose was to live and walk among us quietly doing as their leader, Caligastia, bade them do. They are men in blood and body, but angel in spirit.

Revelation refers to this group as the tribes of Israel for it is true that they are, in body, bloodline descendants of Adam. That they will hear a song that no 'man' can hear. The revelation reference indicates, as does this verse, that they are not 'of man'.

These words spell out their relationship to Immanuel. Those, who by their service, have shown what they are will become 'sons of god' and will be officially recognized as 'angels'. The story of Job, in the Bible, is clear to the point that the son's of God ARE angels. Thus the passage needs no great interpretation.

'AND THE WORD WAS MADE FLESH, and dwelt among us', also states that these angelic/man beings are with us.

Line fourteen again identifies Immanuel. In all of creation there are six Creator Sons, but ONLY ONE Immanuel.

And thus, the ONLY begotten.

Father's granting of these words is clear that Immanuel AND Michael are here on Earth. Both are incarnated and alive as men. Both wear their own universal robes and relationships with Immanuel as the elder brother. That the Creator Son's name is John or any lingual variant that translates to John. That the Midwayer Family of Angels will be recognized and will essentially 'earn their wings' resultant from their difficult and arduous service upon Earth.

It amazes me that the Catholic Church had this writing in their possession and under their own noses for so long and saw it not for what it is. Perhaps they did.