Spiritually we always have been, created or born. Once we are born physically we pass through stages like childhood, adolescence and full maturity. But there are three births which open the heavenly womb. Learn how to enter this realm.


    Hardly anyone likes this word "REFORMATION" but we have been formed once, and then we keep on getting reformed. The first formation we get is from a parent, or parents or no parents. Perhaps foster parents. Society and school do form our thinking. Religion does too. Get in touch with your Maker. Get reformed again.


    There are three types of people that carry three categories within their genome: the field, tares and the good seed. This is something spiritual that interacts with the natural. Our genes act as tent pegs that hold down our genome tent. Inner struggles, self-doubts or bouts of joy come to us from many sources; one of them are our bell-ringing genes. Which type are you?


    Fear of the unknown. Fear of something that I can't control. Fear of losing it all... There is a knowledge so secure that our mind is not yet able to grasp, but we are working on it. The era of new consciousness has already released the first rays of its most glorious light and it is here. Apply yourself to grasp it. Remember that the self can be stubborn.


    Humility is nothing more than making oneself into a hollow and empty vessel and so made ready to be filled with something greater than self; only then one would open a door to God’s Spirit in order to go further; only then God’s Spirit has the permission to bring one into the blessed freedom of which Jesus spoke in John 8.


    Success is when you never get ill, have no fear of any kind and are like wind. You come and go and no one knows where you came from and where you are going. The born of the Spirit, born of God, sins no more and is even unable to sin anymore. That means he or she stopped hurting others and self. Peace and joy became their permanent character. That's the true success.


    A blessing awaits anyone who has not physically touched, tasted or seen and yet has believed but with what kind of faith, blind or educated hence intelligent? We glorify faith itself as something magical, so many nurture only wishful thinking in this regard. A blind faith is fruitless and it does not come from the disciplined creative part of our being, but rather from the primitive one.


    The supernatural sense leads to God's oneness. Anything that does not lead to the One, divides and fragments; hence, it makes no sense. The Spirit of Truth is the Truth because it makes all things as one. We can dip our mind in this wonderful realm of no time, locale, and where the truth-obscuring darkness is nonexistent; hence, no shadows, which are only created by physical objects.


The Field, Tares & The Good Seed

1. Tares, Field, Seed [J. Luxum]

Any intelligently thinking person can figure this out on his or her own.
Many times I spoke about the Pharisees as not being of the Jewish stock. (Greek converts  to Judaism, proselytes). The way they carried on betrays their gentile origin.

Jesus is teaching and speaking to the Pharisees and also to the Jews. The Pharisees called themselves Jews because of their strict keeping of Judaism and its definitions - by them. However, Jesus teaches that these self-proclaimed Jews are not of Abraham's genealogy, for He said,

[John 8:39-40, 44] They answered and said to Him, “Abraham is our father.” Jesus said to them, “If you are Abraham’s children, do the deeds of Abraham. 40“But as it is, you are seeking to kill Me, a man who has told you the truth, which I heard from God; this Abraham did not do." (44) "You are of your father the devil, and you want to do the desires of your father. He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand in the truth because there is no truth in him. Whenever he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own nature, for he is a liar and the father of lies. (45) But because I speak the truth, you do not believe Me." 

Jewish history points out stiff competition amongst the people of that time. Apostle Paul spoke about who was not of the Judaic stock, but of the Israelite (tribe of Benjamin). However, Jesus knew each by their fruits, verbal and otherwise (Matthew 7).      

Then He turned to those who had believed in Him saying, (56) “Your father Abraham rejoiced to see My day, and he saw it and was glad.” 

Obviously, we do not know if Satan killed anyone or even lied; theology has made him to be so. The person Jesus directly alludes to is Cain; and those who walk in his shoes are called Kenites.  

[John 8:31-32] So Jesus was saying to those Jews who had believed Him, “If you continue in My word, then you are truly disciples of Mine; and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.” 

Jesus told the Jews that have believed to continue in His word, become His disciples and then come to know the truth (also about themselves) and only then they would have been made free.

But free from what - the bondage that was put on them by the Hasmoneans; who have appointed Prusheem (the cast of Pharisees) to re-establish Judaism as the national religion? In the process of de-Hellenization many non-Jews were also converted. From this we have this verse:

[Matthew 13:15] Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites, because you travel around on sea and land to make one proselyte; and when he becomes one, you make him twice as much a son of hell as yourselves.

After about 616 years (since Babylon, persia and the Hellenistic period until the start of Jesus' ministry) Jewish monotheism was severely impaired and to certain extent dualism was embraced. Dualism passed on to Christianity and the struggle for Jewish survival continued. Dualistic notions were dropped and the Torah study became the predominant factor in the Jewish life in the diaspora.  

[John 8:33] They answered Him , We be Abraham's seed, and were never in bondage to any man; how sayest thou, Ye shall be made free?

Abraham's children had been in bondage, but these people did not know it because they were either Greeks or Kenites and not the descendants of Abraham.  Who were those who said that they had descended from Abraham and had never been in bondage to any man?  If these Jews were of any of the twelve tribes of Israel at all, they would have been in the Egyptian bondage. And if they belonged to the ten tribes of Israel, they would have been in bondage to the Assyrians. If they belonged to Judah, then they would have been in bondage to the Babylonians.  Yet, these Jews declared that they had never been in bondage to anyone. So where they?

Of course, Jesus spoke not of the physical bondage, but religious. I used the word 'religious' advisedly because true spiritual bondage does not exist; it is contradiction in terms. Holy Spirit is called the Spirit of Truth and He is the one who brings the truth by which He liberates us from all bondages, be they religious or authoritarian.

So the devil that supposedly disputed with Michael over the body of Moses was most likely a Kenite, which would make sense. Jethro and his daughter Zipporah were Kenites (Midian) and Moses married into this family. Jethro was the first organizer of Israel's tribes under Moses. Kenites brought with them much gold from which the golden calf was made.

Genesis 15:19 speaks about Kenite the root nation Canaan. The same tribe appears in Numbers 24:21-2 and the name Cain associated with the Kenite.

Since Miriam and Aaron died before their brother, it is plausible that the family of Moses wanted to burry their relative.

The choice of words of Jesus and of John His beloved disciple is uncanny. In John 8 Jesus makes a plain statement that those who came from Cain and imitated his deeds are devils or the devil (Greek "Diabolos" borrowed from mythology) and in 1 John 3:8-12 John directly alludes to Cain when speaking of the works of the devil.

It is not to say that all keynotes are as evil as devils, but that would most certainly explain the mystery of evil in this world.

The devil of St Jude was no one else but a human being (Kenite) while Satan is the one executes God's unpleasant judgments for God said:

The awesome God
[Exodus 4:11] The LORD said to him, “Who has made man’s mouth? Or who makes him mute or deaf, or seeing or blind? Is it not I, the LORD?

God to be feared
[Isaiah 45:6-7]  That men may know from the rising to the setting of the sun that there is no one besides Me. I am the LORD, and there is no other, the One forming light and creating darkness, causing well-being and creating calamity; I am the LORD who does all these.

[1 Samuel 2:6-7] The LORD kills and makes alive; He brings down to Sheol and raises up. The LORD makes poor and rich; He brings low, He also exalts.

NOTES: Kenites
Moses' father‑in‑law, Jethro, is called "the priest of Midian" in Exodus 3:1; 18:1; but in Judges 1:16 he is described as a Kenite, showing a close relation between the Kenites and Midian. At the time of Sisera's overthrow, Heber, a Kenite, at "peace" with Jabin, king of Hazor, pitched his tent far North of his ancestral seats (Judges 4:17).

There were Kenites dwelling among the Amalekites in the time of Saul (1 Samuel 15:6). They were spared because they had "showed kindness to all the children of Israel, when they came up out of Egypt." David, in his answer to Achish, links the Kenites with the inhabitants of the South of Judah (1 Samuel 27:10). Among the ancestors of the tribe of Judah, the Chronicler includes the Kenite Hammath, the father of the Rechabites (1 Chronicles 2:55). These last continued to live in tents, practicing the ancient nomadic customs (Jeremiah 35:6).  


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