Oahspe Book Of Judgement, Chapter XXXV: 1. GOD said: Whoso liveth with Jehovih is free from Jehovih.
These need no man's government; for they practice righteousness, peace, love, industry and wisdom, with due regard to one
another. - 2. Such is the Father's kingdom on earth. In which there shall be no laws made by man; neither shall
there be leaders or rulers. - 3. The progress of man is toward this; the progress of the governments of man should
shape toward such a consummation. - 4. The time was, when laws were requisite unto all things, even to the manner
of a man coming in and going out of a house; and to every occupation that man followed; with licenses and taxes regulating
them; the time of apprenticeship to a barber, to a weaver, to a lawyer, to a preacher, to a physician, to a smith, and to
all other trades and occupations, with examinations and passports to practice within the king's dominions; with rates for
fees and rights and privileges. - 5. But these laws and governments were for the past eras; they were righteous
in the first place, for they shaped man's judgment, toward perfecting himself. - 6. But, behold, a new time is in
the world; from the acquisition of knowledge a new liberty hath been born into the world. And it crieth out on every side:
Throw open the doors unto all trades and occupations; behold, the multitude are sufficiently wise to judge themselves as to
who they shall patronize. - 7. Judgment is rendered against the laws and governments of man in all cases where they
prevent the liberty and choice of man to his avocation and knowledge. - 8. It is not sufficient for thee to say:
Behold, the public will be taken advantage of by ignorant pretenders. Thou hast no right to say what the public will suffer,
and thus base a law on prospective damage. - 9. When the public have suffered, and when they, themselves, demand
protection by such laws, then shall such laws be made. To make such laws beforehand, is to sin against Jehovih. -
We believe it is our duty
to help our brothers and sisters of the Human Family; to give love, wisdom, truth, and service and to do these at every
opportunity in order that they may learn to help themselves and others. To become ministers, administering to others.
9. We believe the greatest satisfaction and happiness of one's life is to serve others, especially
the young. Raising them up to work with the hands and well as the mind and teaching them to work in communities, to establish
the worship of the Father, and to help bring about His Kingdom on Earth, and world peace and brotherhood.
10. We believe that any desire, thought, or act, which will injure one's self or another,
to be unjust and immoral. We abjure war or violence, discard of conflict in any form, and will not aid or abet in it. And
we believe it is our duty to live in Peace and Harmony with the entire Human Family. To strive to overcome all tendencies
of hate, jealousy, malice, conceit, envy, deceit, and all forms of physical, mental, emotonal, and moral weakness. To increase
knowledge of one's self, of life, and of nature; and to use this knowledge properly for selfimprovement; to work toward
spiritual developement of love, wisdom, peace, universal understanding, that we may be of greater service to God, our Country,
our community, and our Fellow Man
OAHSPE GOD'S BOOK OF ESKRA CHAPTER XXXIV:(DOCTRINES)
10. The child shall be taught
to love, to revere and to obey its own father (and its mother, who is its vice-father); the man to love and revere the rab'bah;
the rab'bahs to love and revere the chief rab'bahs; the whole people to love and revere the emperor.
29. Do not
unto others what we would that they should not do unto us.
30. To return good for evil.
35. To respect
all people, as we desire to be respected.
Oahspe Book of Inspiration Chapter VII:
17. When man practiceth virtue, wisdom, truth and love unto all, his
inspiration is from Me direct.
18. When man practiceth destruction and selfishness, his inspiration is indirectly
from Me, through the conflict of his surroundings.
19. And thus becometh he evil, instead of good.
Book of Inspiration Chapter VIII:
7. And I sent my angels to man, teaching him how to distinguish the difference
in the inspirations upon him, that he might govern himself accordingly.
8. And My angels said unto man: Become
thou one with thy Creator; these are His direct inspirations:
9. To love thy Creator above all else, and thy neighbor
10. To give delights only, and not pain.
11. To kill not.
12. To do not violently
against His creatures.
13. To be considerate of the liberty of all the living.
14. To interdict not
the happiness and hope of others, only where thou canst return a transcendent glory and hope in place thereof.
For these are direct inspirations from thy Creator.
16. But these are thy evil inspirations, O man, these come
from thy birth and surroundings, formerly called, satan:
17. To kill.
18. To slander.
20. To destroy Jehovih's created beings.
21. To strive for thyself, above another.
22. To gratify thy flesh at the expense of purity or wisdom.
23. To be false to Jehovih.
24. To be
false to thyself.
25. To speak falsely.
26. To covet another's.
27. To cohabit in the gestative
28. To engage in strife, or to aid and abet conflicts, which are the fruit of carniverous food, transmitted
- Oahspe Book of Ouranothen CHAPTER 4: 19. And whoever comes between man and his Creator, visiting death upon his brother, wages war against his Creator. 20. Life and death are Mine, says Jehovih. 21. Whoever then presumes to engage in death no longer fulfills the righteousness
of God. 22. By which sign you shall judge all people who engage in war, and know in truth whether their doctrines and
their self-Gods are appropriate to establishing the Father's kingdom on earth. 23. Not allowing yourself to be blinded
by their pretensions and professions of peace, but by their
practice, observing if they have more faith in weapons of war and standing armies than in Jehovih. -
OAHSPE: Book of Cosmogony and Prophecy Chapter X:
To attain this kind of prophecy, the following
discipline is requisite:
6. To live in the fields and forests *[alone
in the wilderness], and study the action of unseen forces upon himself [introspection]*;
to eat not fish, nor flesh, nor any food that cometh of animals * ; to bathe daily; to permit
no passion to enter his mind; to abnegateself and to wed himself to the Creator for righteousness sake, and to do good; to discipline his mind,
to remain in any given direction on any subject, for days if necessary; to become oblivious to pain.
- Oahspe Book of Inspiration: Chapter XI: 1. SEEK not to spread My gospels, and entice followers unto this,
or that, saith Jehovih. 2. Neither go about preaching, saying: Thus saith Jehovih! 3. Let all men hear Me in their
own way. 4. No man shall follow another. 5. I will have no sect. 6. I will have no creed. 12. To teach
man to comprehend liberty, especially as to thought and as to knowledge, this hath been a great labor. --
Oahspe Book of Judgement: Chapter VIII: 10.
A certain rich man, being converted from the desires of earth, went about casting his money freely in the streets, and
in giving to whosoever asked him therefor. 11. And some gathered it up, and fed and clothed themselves;
others took of it, and went and got drunk, and became worse than before. 12. The measure of righteousness of that man's behavior was not in giving what he had to the poor, but in
the good and evil that came of it, being weighed, as to which outbalanced the other. 13. And where he lowered the grade of them that received this money, or where he lowered
a greater number than he raised, there his act of casting the
money away was a judgment against him. 14. He
who giveth, saying: Here, thou beggar! doeth a good corporeal act, but an evil spiritual act. He lifteth up with one hand,
but knocketh down wih the other. Such an act detracteth from the grade of that man. 15. A certain rich
man, being converted to do good works, went and built a score of soup-houses to feed the poor gratuitously. 16. And
all the poor people of that town went therein and were fed. But
the next year, behold, there were twice as many poor. And the rich man built another score of soup-houses, and they were
all fed. 17. But the next year, there were
still twice as many poor people to feed; but the rich man had exhausted his means, and could feed none at all. 18. Judgment is therefore rendered against that man for his
supposed beneficence. 19. For, whilst he
did a little corporeal good, he did a great spiritual wrong, because he lowered the grade of manhood and womanhood in those
that he fed. His benevolence promoted dependence. http://www.sacred-texts.com/oah/oah/oah570.htm -
Oahspe bible Book of Eskra 42:6; These Es'eans [Essenes] were, therefore,
a separate people, pledged to Jehovih, to have no king nor earth-ruler, save their rab'bahs. And they dwelt in communities
and families of tens and twenties and hundreds, holding all things in common...
Thomas Paine in his book Common Sense on pages 10-14 wrote "Government
by kings was first introduced into the world by the Heathens, from which the children of Israel copied the custom.
It was the most prosperous invention that was ever set on foot for the promotion of Idolatry...Monarchy is ranked in scripture
as one of the sins of the Jews...The children of Israel being oppressed by the Midianites, Gideon marched against them with
a small army, and victory, through the divine interposition, decided in his favor. The Jews, elate with success, and attributing
it to the generalship of Gideon, proposed making him a king, saying, Rule thou over us, thou ad thy son, and thy son's son
[hereditary succession monarchy]...Gideon in the piety of his soul replied, I will not rule over you, neither shall my son
rule over you, THE LORD SHALL RULE OVER YOU...About one hundred years after this, they fell again into the same error...But
the thing displeased Samuel when they said, Give us a king to judge us; and Samuel prayed unto the Lord, and the Lord said
unto Samuel, Hearken unto the voice of the people in all that they say unto thee, for they have not rejected thee, but they
have REJECTED ME, THAT I SHOULD NOT REIGN OVER THEM...And Samuel told all the words of the Lord unto the people, that asked
of him a king. And he said...and ye shall cry out in that day because of your king which ye shall have chosen, AND THE LORD
WILL NOT HEAR YOU IN THAT DAY...Nevertheless the people refused to obey the voice of Samuel, and they said, Nay, but we will
have a King over us, that we may be like all the nations...
Monarchy, political system based upon the undivided sovereignty or rule of a single person. The term applies to states in
which supreme authority is vested in the monarch, an individual ruler who functions as the head of state and who achieves
his or her position through heredity."
There are two types of monarchies still in existence. On one hand you have
an absolute monarchy e.g. Saudi Arabia,Qatar, Oman, UAE. This type of monarchy is one where the sovereign (King or Queen)
has, in theory, total power. The other is a constitutional monarchy e.g. UK, Norway, Spain, The Netherlands, Denmark, etc.
This is where the monarchy has legal and or constitutional limits on its power. It is
a symbolic role and does not interfere with the country’s affairs for the most part.
11. In the time of Fragapatti,
in the dawn of the cycle of Loo in heaven, Jehovih commanded the founding of an organic Congress for His God and Lords,
and His Lord Gods.
12. And Fragapatti thus created the organic body, and named it, the Diva, making God the Chief
thereof, with the title, Div, even as is known to this day in the sacred books of mortals.
13. Jehovih said: In the early days of a world I give the races
of man (on the earth) a despot to rule over them. But in time
after I give them representative governments with many voices, having a right to help make the laws. Even
so do I provide unto the hadan heavens. In the early days I provide a God who shall be dictator and governor in his own way.
But in after times I provide a parliament in heaven,
wherein My God and My Lords shall jointly consult together in framing laws for angels and mortals. And these
shall be called Divan laws. Chapter II: 2. The Div was the chief, and the Lords and their officers comprised the
Divan Congress, ...
In modern politics and history, a parliament is a legislative body of government. Generally, a modern parliament has three functions: representing the electorate, making laws, and overseeing the government via hearings and inquiries. The term is similar to the idea of a senate, synod or congress, and is commonly used in countries that are current or former monarchies, a form of government with a monarch as the head.
A congress is a formal meeting where people come together to discuss issues or questions. It often refers
to the legislative branch of a nation's government, such as the US Congress, but it can also refer to any important meeting
or official organization. 1. a meeting of elected or appointed
have often dreamed of escaping the tyranny of the State; some have sought to do so by seeking refuge in distant and uninhabited
lands where they could live in solitary hermitage or in small communities held together by the principle of voluntary association
and mutual aid. But historians know that such experiments seldom survive in peace for long; sooner or later the State finds
and confronts them with its instinctive will to violence, its mania for coercion rather than persuasion, for compulsion rather
than voluntarism. Such has been the fate of the Mormons and Mennonites, the Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Amish people,
Historically, States do not dismantle willingly or easily. While
they can disintegrate with startling speed, as in Russia in 1917 or France in 1968, almost always new States arise to take
their place. The reason for this, I believe, is that men cannot bring themselves to believe in the practical feasibility of
a society in which perfect liberty, security of life and property, and law and justice can be attained without the coercive
violence of the State. Men have for so long been enslaved by the State that they cannot rid themselves of a Statist mentality.
The myth of the State as a necessary part of social reality constitutes the greatest single obstacle to the achievement of
a libertarian voluntarist society.
Yet the historian, if he but chooses to
look and report his findings, knows that many societies have functioned successfully without the existence of the State, its
coercive apparatus and monopoly of organized violence. It is my purpose here to present one example of such a society, one
that existed for more than a thousand years of recorded history, terminated only by the massive military efforts of a more
populous, wealthy and aggressive neighboring State. I will describe for you the millennial – long anarchic society of
Celtic Ireland – destroyed after a six-century struggle against the English State in the wake of the military victories,
confiscations and genocidal policies of successive English governments in the 17th century.
is best served when value extraction is minimized, and when the
communities who are generating value—not
Adam Smith’s capital or Marx’s state—are in charge of its circulation." - Ron Eglash.
OAHSPE God's First Book: Chapter XIV:
5. ...these were tribes of the Zarathustrian order, who rejected idols, Lords, Gods, Saviors, kings, queens,
and all other rulers on the earth or in the heavens above the earth, save Ormazd, the Creator.
Oahspe Book Of Jehovih's Kingdon On Earth: Chapter XXVI:
2. Jehovih had said: A republic can not follow the highest Light; it followeth the majority. And a majority is,
and was, and ever shall be, the lesser light.
3. Therefore, a republic is not the all highest government; and, since only the All Highest can triumph in the end, behold, and interpret ye what shall
come to pass.
4. The C'chiefs said: But many understood not. Nevertheless, the Faithists had little in common with the Uzians.
The Faithists established a reciprocity betwen different colonies.
6. For, some were suited to agriculture and some to manufactures.
7. And they exchanged
produce, so there was neither buying nor selling between them.
8. And it came to pass also, that, as some of the colonies were situated to the south, where it was warm, and some
to the north, where it was cold, so the people went and sojourned
in any place suited unto them, continuing their membership wherever they went.
Now, thus it did come to pass, in Jehovih's kingdom on earth,
man was without a government, such as man's government.
10. And this was the next higher condition that came up after republics.
11. The angels of Jehovih, perceiving this was coming to pass, said unto the Faithists:
Bother not your heads much about passing new laws for the Uzians;
neither take ye any part in the government, whether it doth this or that.
many men shall rise up, saying: If the government would make
a law of peace; or, if the government would prohibit the traffic and the manufacture of this curse or that curse,--
14. But we say unto you, all these things shall fail.
Trust ye not in the ungodly to do a godlike matter.
15. The societies shall fail;
the Peace Society shall become a farce; the Prohibitory Society shall be lost sight of.
Oahspe Book Of Jehovih's Kingdon On Earth: Chapter V: 41. And now, O Jehovih, that
this, Thy kingdom on earth, may be known and distinguished from
the habitations of the Uzians, we make this our solemn oath unto Thee: 42. We will not, now, nor forever,
make war, nor engage in war, nor take any part in war, for any God, nor Lord, nor Savior, nor country, nor king or other ruler
on earth; nor will we aid nor abet war in any way whatever. 43. Neither will we now, nor forever, eat fish nor flesh
of any creature Thou didst create alive. 44. And we swear unto Thee, Jehovih, in regard to these our babes, which Thou
hast given unto our keeping, to found Thy kingdom on earth, we will raise them up to abjure war, like unto this our oath unto
Thee, and to practice not the carnivorous habit belonging to the Uzians. 45. Neither will we use, nor permit to be used, in Shalam, any intoxicating drink, nor weed, nor root, nor gum, nor any
other drug, for the contamination of human flesh by intoxication or for stimulation unnaturally. - Oahspe
Book Of Jehovih's Kingdon On Earth: Chapter VI: 29. The
highest wisdom in the state, or in a community, is not with the majority, but with a small minority. 30.
The highest wisdom, which is the highest light, should guide
the individual and the family and the community and the state. 31. Now, therefore, let us divide ourselves
into groups of tens. 32. And each group shall select its
wisest man, as speaker, and his title shall be Chief. 33. And let the chiefs be a group also, and they shall select a speaker, whose title shall be C'chief. 34. Let the business within the colony be divided into as many departments as there are groups, one to each. 35. But
let the united business of the colony, in its relations to the world, and to sister colonies, be in the care of the C'chief
and the other chiefs. 36. Now, behold, in the kingdoms
of heaven, when a matter is announced, requiring the Holy Council's action, each and all the members who desire, speak thereon,
giving their highest light. 37. And, after
that, the chief giveth his highest light, which is the decree. 38. So let it be with us. 39. And it shall be discovered in a short time who is the highest light,
not only of each group, but of all the groups. 40. And whosoever is chief, shall be held responsible for
the errors or shortness of his group; and whosoever is C'chief shall be held responsible for the shortness or errors of the
whole colony as such. 41. Who, then, knowing that what is bound on earth is also bound in heaven, is willing to bind
himself unto these heavenly laws for the sake of Jehovih's kingdom on earth? 42. When Tae asked this, the whole of the
multitude answered: In Jehovih's name, I bind myself in this also. 43. Tae said: Then, in Jehovih's name, repeat after
me: 48. And so on, they went, until all of them had completed the
Covenant of the Brotherhood.
"Their nurture and raising
of children, with the ability to absorb orphans and lost children into their families and tribes preview the enlightened
upbringing of children in Jehovih's Kingdom on Earth." The quote above not only applies to Native Americans, First Nation, Amerindians and Guatamans
but also to sub-Saharan African tribes who worshipped the Great
Spirit before Christianity and Islam. Caring
for African Orphans: 1) Do extended
families –that have historically been relied upon-- still adequately accommodate orphans in sub-Saharan Africa? My analysis shows that the extended family system still provides the greatest coverage for
African orphans; Keywords: African
Orphans, extended family system, foster care, orphanages, adoption. Most African orphans are raised
among kin within the extended family, a
system derived from the belief that children belongs not just
to their biological parents, but to the broader family and community.
Book Of Jehovih's Kingdon On Earth, THE BOOK OF SHALAM : Chapter I: 9. Jehovih answered Tae, saying: Go, seek, and
bring out of Uz orphan babes and castaway infants and foundlings. 10. And these shall
be thy colony, which shall be My new kingdom on earth. - ◄ Matthew 19:14
► of the Bible: But Jesus said, "Let the children
come to me, and don't try to stop them! People who are like these children belong to God's kingdom." - Contemporary English Version https://biblehub.com/matthew/19-14.htm - SHALAM A BRIEF HISTORY Shalam was to be the initial colony of babies from which a new and better race would evolve. And so it came about that in the
summer of 1884, two men with heritage of great dreams set out in quest of the "unoccupied land by the river"
of OAHSPE prophesy. The tall man, fasting to purification of mind and body, was Dr. John B. Newbrough of New York City, world traveler, mystic, physician and philanthropist, a man well known in America and English spiritualist circles.
Newbrough was accompanied by Joseph Grill, his longtime friend. A few children had accompanied the group from the east in 1884, and these children lived in the "common
room" of the Fraternum. Other infants came to Shalam, and the babies played in a screened pavilion until the Children's
building was completed. Small tots whisked around the lilacs in the sunshine of the patio. It was a healthy
life. Newbrough had received a letter from Masonic friends
in Las Cruces, New Mexico, telling him of land
available in that area. http://web.archive.org/web/20150123144427/http://www.angelfire.com/in4/ufk/pages/shalam.htm -
were "'gathered-up' from foundling homes; handed over by police sergeants; and left in Faithist depositories".
Newbrough and his wife traveled as far as Kansas City, San Francisco, New Orleans, and Chicago to gather children. The children, from a variety of races,
were pampered and treated with love and kindness.
and readers of Oahspe know, it is no secret that the Creator had His/Her writers end the writing of the Oahspe with the focus on children living and being raised in safe communities or micro-societies
called Shalam. ...the Creator's mandate for Kosmon is to serve
children, beginning with the youngest (preferably infants) and the most vulnerable." - Dr.
Glenn P. Kendall, 2021.
- Oahspe has much info on the raising of children but nowhere does it say to hit, whip, or cause pain to a child. Many child care people consider hiting, and whipping children as not good for children. Many people say you are teaching
children to use violence to solve problems. - The Efe
Pygmies are “wholly non-aggressive,” Jean-Pierre Hallet told me. Hallet never saw a Pygmy adult hit or criticize a child. http://primal-page.com/pygmy.htm - Oahspe Book of Inspiration Chapter VIII: 8. And My angels said unto man: Become thou one with thy Creator; these are His direct inspirations: 10. To give delights only, and not
pain. 12. To do not violently against His creatures. 16. But these are thy evil
inspirations, O man, these come from thy birth
and surroundings, formerly called, satan: 19. To punish. - Those who spare the rod hate their children, but
those who love them are diligent to discipline them — Proverbs 13:24 - One of the most unfortunate misunderstandings
of Scripture concerns passages that refer to the necessity of using “the rod of discipline” in the training of
children. These include: Proverbs 22:15 — “Foolishness is bound in the heart of the child, but the
rod of discipline will drive it far from him.” Proverbs 23:13 — “Do not withhold discipline
from a child; if you punish him with the rod, he will not die.” Many well-intentioned Christians
take these passages and others like them to mean that God is specifically instructing parents to
spank children when they misbehave; further, that these spankings should be administered with variations on the general
theme of “the rod”: belts, hickory
switches, paddles, and the like. http://www.parentingbythebook.com/Proverbs-1324.html
Just as hitting or beating a puppy or dog is not consided good, likewise
hitting or beating a human child is not considered good.
As a result, spanking, beating, and hitting a dog may lead to even more behavioral
issues, including fear aggression as well as submissive urination.
If beating or hitting a dog does not work, then how can we teach our dogs right from wrong?
How can we get our dogs
to behave and not engage in destructive behaviors?
The answer lies in the other school of dog discipline,
namely reward based techniques.
Animal behaviorist and University of Wisconsin professor Patricia McConnell describes the results...
The most confrontational, and I would argue, aggressive, behaviors on the part of the owners
resulted in the highest levels of aggressive responses from the dogs. 43% of
dogs responded with aggression to being hit or kicked,
"Violence begets violence, aggression begets aggression," McConnell added. Her conclusion is corroborated by additional studies.
"The Negrito strain in India increases
as we move south, where the Dravidian tribes ...are short
skinned." - page 49 of The Lost History of The Little People by
Oahspe's The Lord's Fifth Book: Chapter VI:
4. Persuading them to industries, andpeaceand righteousness,after the manner of the I'hins.
Batek Negritos of Malaysia peninsula
Batek are a peaceful society.
Parents rarely strike a child or use physical force on them, since their word sakel means both
to hit and to kill, an abhorrent concept to them.
Children play actively but not aggressively, and they lack competitive
The Batek have a firm expectation that
all food, including game that is killed and vegetables that are gathered, will be shared. When different groups come back
to their camp near the end of the day, after the tubers and pieces of meat are carefully shared, the families cook their meals
and then send their children carrying plates of food to others, despite the fact that everyone already has enough. This teaches the youngsters the importance of their sharing ethic.
They also share other goods freely, whether they are obtained as gifts or purchased through their trading. Except for the
elderly or infirm, each person can share without causing a strain and whatever is given will presumably come back at some
Strategies for Avoiding Warfare and Violence. The Batek are totally opposed to any interpersonal violence—they flee from enemies instead of fighting.
aggressive behavior, and physical retribution are so totally unacceptable to the Batek that they would
ostracize anyone who was belligerent. Batek women, as well
as men, are free from the threat of physical violence because of these beliefs.
Endicott implies (1988), though he does
not come right out and say so, that there
is very little if any violence among the Batek.
Above: map of where the original I'hins landed in Asia after the sinking of
the continent of Pan, and map of where modern negritos
live in the southern
coastal areas of the Indian Ocean
and the coastal pacific areas of South-east
Asia and the Philippine archipelago.
The aggressiveness which characterizes the modern peoples ...spring from...the Aryan branches of mankind. The ancient Hebrews were seldom engaged
in strife, and then only as the result of being attacked, and never from any effort on their part at conquest of other peoples. The Hebrews have always been monotheistic, worshipping one
god only---Jehovih, the Creator. The Aryans,
with the growth of the Christian religion, have worshipped several gods, have been competitive, aggressive, imperialistic,
and frequently engaged in wars of conquest. - Page 48 of SEVEN YEARS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD, 1941-1948
(1940) by Wing Anderson.
Book Of Jehovih's Kingdon On Earth: Chapter XII: 1. ES, the chief nurse, had said: I must tell
you of the wonderful Light of Jehovih, that always cometh to us in time of emergency. Even at the moment despair is about
to reach us, lo, His Light provideth unto us. - 2. I had undertaken to nurse, with bottles, ever so many babes,
more than was possible for one woman to attend, taking one at a time on my lap, but I could not get round in time. So, also,
I had had observation that babes should be held in somebody's
arms, and that when they cried they should be taken up, held upright, and diverted by walking with them or by tossing them. - 3. To do these things for many babes was not possible for one nurse; so, after I had prayed for strength and light as to what was best to be done, the Voice came to me, plainly, as if I
had read it in a book, saying: - 4. My Daughter, why thwartest thou the way of My creations? Had I
designed My little ones to be upright, I should have provided a way for them. - 5. Thou shalt permit them to lie
down, and to roll about. Neither shalt thou encumber them with pillows and cushions. Permit them to exercise themselves
by crawling in their own way. - 6. And when the proper time cometh for them to stand upright, and to jump, behold,
I will be with them. - 7. Es said: Now, thereupon, I began a new system. I not only searched to know
myself, but to develop these little ones. And when I took away the pillows and cushions, giving them double blankets
to lie on, and opportunity to exercise by rolling about, behold, they grew in strength daily, and not
only soon ceased to cry, but began to sing songs (to me they were songs) and to laugh and amuse themselves with
their hands and toes and whatever they got hold of. - 8. From this little light, of applying the law
of development unto babes, I applied myself to make
them understand that they should divert themselves, without depending on their nurses. For many of the
orphans we had received were little tyrants, having been spoiled by former nurses,
and they screamed constantly, to make some one carry them about and divert them. - 9. Now, therefore, I perceived
that Jehovih required more of me than merely to feed and clean these little ones; the minds of the spoiled ones had to be remodeled; they should be made to comprehend that no one was slave unto them;
and, moreover, that they themselves should cultivate patience, gentleness and love, as better attributes
than fretfulness and authority. - 10. For, let
no one be surprised, even babes can be spoiled to think themselves an authority, with power to command obedience
from adults. And they discover, at an early age, that to give vent to peevishness and passion bringeth the nurse
to do them service. - 11. And I saw, too, that some, even such as could merely hold up their heads, became jealous, to be the first
fed, or the first washed, and answered my negligence with fearful screams. - 12. Now, it
came to pass, when I ceased taking them up to feed them, and did away with the pillow-props, and laid them all down alike,
and gave them food at the same time (according to their groups), I had not only provided unto them better corporeal development, but better spiritual development. - 13. Such as had been peevish
and jealous ceased their former habits, and began to look with respect to the other babes,
rolling beside them. - 14. Not many months passed by till they began to be interested in one another, examining
their feet and hands, and evidently trying to comprehend who they were, and whence they came. And they
also saw in one another a representation of themselves, appreciating a fellowship that was surpassingly beautiful. - Chapter XIII: 1. TAE said: Never grew such straight and handsome children as those of Shalam. -
2. And it was so. And, moreover,they were of all shades of color,and of all nations and peoples on the earth.
I've heard this postulated on several occasions: if an alien society is intelligent/advanced
enough to reach Earth, they must be peaceful, restrained, and reflective... so, does superiority imply docility?
Based on Earth alone, it's safe to conclude that humans are (by far) the most technologically advanced species - yet I'm hard
pressed to think of anything more destructive and spiteful than man... edit: in order to clarify - is violence/aggression
inherently primitive? do we expect technologically advanced aliens to (universally) "come in peace"? why is this
assumption so prevalent? Consider that almost all of the major technological advances in history were made in
direct response to either the threat or the actuality of armed conflict.
The computer networking revolution began in the early 1960s and has
led us to today�s technology. The Internet was first invented for military purposes, and then expanded to the purpose of communication among scientists. The invention also came
about in part by the increasing need for computers in the 1960s.
According to Oahspe the Ethereans (spiritual extraterrestrial interstellar human travelers)
are technologically advanced and peaceful, yet they confront and conquer the false Gods and drujas in different solar-systems
without using violence (or using minimum use of force) upon them. The ethereans would confine the false Gods and drujas and
help them rehabilitate through therapy and education.
Ethereans exhibit a balance of characteristics of both the I'hins (the pygmies) who were non-competitive, and
peaceful and the Ghans who are aggressive, military conquerers.
The future earthly Kosmon race
will be the balance between the I'hins and the Ghans, becoming more like the Ethereans.
is possible to have a technologically advanced peaceful society.
Bitcoin is a way of getting free from centralized
power of Banking and Government. Bitcoin is a way to get out of the banking system. Bitcoin is a way of denationalizing currency.
No longer will the federal government have a total monopoly on currency. Bitcoin is the Internet of money. Bitcoin is the Kosmon of money. “Bitcoin is an alternative method securing (VALUE) in a superior secured digital network, apart from centralized
governments and banks deciding what that (VALUE) is at any given moment.” - Michael Lawler September 2021.
From 34 minutes
and 20 seconds into video to 35 minutes and 15 seconds the speaker Travis Patron says “in my opinion what we may
see is a leap frogging concept for regions such as Africa if we go back they actually leap-frogged the telephone landline and
went straight to a mobile cellular paradigm, I think what we may see is these african regions leap frogging the banking
infrastructure and going toward a sort of digital money paradigm”.
money is a digital payment platform that allows for the transfer of money between cellphone devices. The technology is installed
in the SIM card of the device and can be used on regular and smartphone devices. Users can receive, withdraw, and send money
without being connected to the formal banking system. The product
differs from mobile banking where users connect using internet-enabled mobile devices to manage the funds in their bank account.
Prior to Kenya’s recent growth in mobile money services, household members had to find
creative ways to send money to loved ones who lived across the country. These informal processes—such as sending physical
cash with friends or bus drivers—were very expensive, caused delays, and created uncertainty that the money would reach
the anticipated destination both from a logistical and security perspective. Mobile money offered a solution with direct person-to-person
transfers. A growing body of research is emerging with a consistent finding: households are able to better respond to
unforeseen difficulties when they have access to mobile money. When an unexpected negative event—such as a flood or
a child falling ill—occurs, households with mobile money are able to rely on the easy and affordable transfer of money
from family and friends even if they are living far away.