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					                                    SPIRITIST GOSPEL
                              Medium author: Fausto Machado
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"Didn't the Christ tell you everything concerning these virtues of charity and love? Why do we set
aside His divine taughts? Why do we shut our ear up to His divine words, the heart to His sweet
maxims? I would want that we brought more interest, more belief in the evangelic readings; we
abandon this book, we in action an empty word, a closed letter; we leave this astonishing code
inside forgetfulness: your evil ones provide from the voluntary abandonment that you do of this
condensation of the Divine Laws. Read therefore these pages wholly flamed of the dedication of
Jesus, and meditate on them!" (Saint Vincent De Paul, The Gospel According to Spiritism - GAS,
XIII, 12).
"The word of Jesus was often symbolic and in parables; because He spoke according to the times
and places. It is convenient now that the Truth will be intelligible. for the whole world. It is
convenient to explain well and to develop these laws, considering that there are so few people who
comprehend them, and yet lesser who practise them." (627 of The Spirits' Book - SB).
"The doctrine which Jesus taught is the purest expression of His Law, because He was animated by
the Godly Spirit, and He is the purest Spirit who appeared on earth." (Allan Kardec, 625 of SB).
"We recognize that the Spiritism results, in each step, from the same text of the Holy Scripture. The
Spirits didn't come therefore to knock down the religion, as anyones intend; they come, on the
contrary, to confirm and sanction religion through incontestable proofs. But, as the time is come of
not to employ else the figured speech, they express themselves without symbol and they give to the
things a clear and precise meaning which can't be subject to any false interpretation." (Saint Louis,
1011 of SB).
"My friends, these who had assisted to my Life and death are the divine interpreters of my Father's
wishes." (Jesus Christ, IX spiritist dissertation of The Mediums' Book - MB).
"It would be illogical, in effect, to admit that a doctrine which wants to decrease the number of its
followers log truer than that which wants to increase its ones." (Eraste, disciple of Saint Paul, GAS,
XXI, 10).
INDEX
I – Introduction
II – The principle: the alpha
III – The eternity and the end: the omega
IV – The marvelous announcement of Elijah's reincarnation
V – Gabriel announces the marvelous Christmas to Mary
VI – Joseph wants to abandon her, but he dreams with the angel
VII – IsAbel is Gabriel's medium
VIII – Elijah's reincarnation
IX – The Christmas of Jesus and His childhood
X – Elijah preaches and baptizes, but Jesus doesn't baptize through water
XI – Jesus and the samaritan
XII – Jesus talks to the obsessing Spirit who tempts Him
XIII – Jesus is condemned to death
XIV – Jesus and the marvelous fishing of fishes and men
XV – Cana's wedding anniversary
XVI – Dis-obsessions
XVII – The preaching on the mountain - The Beatitudes
XVIII – Healings
XIX – Jesus and the Kingdom of God
XX – Jesus wants compassion
XXI – Jesus and the magnetic passe
XXII – Jesus and the saturday
XXIII – Jesus declares Himself Son of God and equal to God
XXIV – The mission of the apostles
XXV – Jesus and John the Baptist
XXVI – The headstall of Jesus
XXVII – How a obsession does begin
XXVIII – The family of Jesus
XXIX – Jesus and the women
XXX – The parable of the sower
XXXI – The parable of the tare and the wheat
XXXII – The parable of the seed
XXXIII – The parable of the grain of the mustard seed
XXXIV – The parable of the leaven
XXXV – The parable of the hidden treasure
XXXVI – The parable of the pearl
XXXVII – The parable of the net
XXXVIII – The parable of the householder
XXXIX – A prophet doesn't have honor in his land
XL – The death of John the Baptist
XLI – The multiplication of breads and fishes
XLII – Jesus walks on the lake
XLIII – Jesus is the bread of Life
XLIV – Honor father and mother
XLV – The feast of the tents of the ark of the covenant of the Lord
XLVI – Jesus and the adulteress
XLVII – Jesus preaches in the temple and He is condemned to death again
XLVIII – Jesus makes new healings
XLIX – The parable of the rich and miserly man and the beggar Lazarus
L – Jesus multiplies breads and fishes again
LI – Jesus and His assembly
LII – The transfiguration of Jesus
LIII – Jesus is the least
LIV – Denunciation to the assembly of the christians
LV – Jesus is for us
LVI – The divorcement
LVII – The rich young man
LVIII – The nepotism of the mother of John and James
LIX – Jesus cures two blind men
LX – Jesus eats with the rich publican
LXI – Jesus declares Himself God and He is condemned to the death, once again
LXII – Jesus resurrects Lazarus
LXIII – Mary from Bethany perfumes Jesus again
LXIV – Jesus goes triumphal in Jerusalem
LXV – Jesus casts the demons out of the temple of Jerusalem
LXVI – The fruitless fig tree
LXVII – Jesus preaches during the feast
LXVIII – The pharisees and their little critics
LXIX – The parable of the two sons
LXX – The parable of the Christ and the prophets
LXXI – The parable of the wedding anniversary
LXXII – The tribute
LXXIII – The parable of the calculus of the tower
LXXIV – The parable of the calculus of the peace
LXXV – The parable of the unfaithful manager
LXXVI - The resurrection
LXXVII – The samaritans refuse lodging to Jesus
LXXVIII – The main order and the parable of the good samaritan
LXXIX – Jesus ... son of David?
LXXX – Jesus censures the little critics of the pharisees
LXXXI – The offer of the poor widow
LXXXII – The prophetic sermon - The Christmas
LXXXIII – The parable of the ten virgins
LXXXIV – The flames and the heaven
LXXXV – Through treason
LXXXVI – Jesus washes the feet of the disciples
LXXXVII – The Saint Supper
LXXXVIII – The two swords
LXXXIX – Jesus worships the Father on the Mount of Olives
XC – Jesus is arrested
XCI – Peter denies Jesus
XCII – Jesus is inquired by the council of the jews
XCIII – Judas Iscariot commits suicide
XCIV – Jesus in face of Herod
XCV – Jesus in face of Pilate
XCVI – The crucifixion
XCVII – The guard of the sepulcher
XCVIII – Jesus vanishes from the grave
XCIX – Jesus appears to Mary from Magadan
C – The bribery of the guardsmen of the sealed sepulcher
CI – Jesus appears to two disciples on the path to Emmaus
CII – Jesus appears to the eleven disciples, except Thomas, in the Galilee
CIII – Jesus appears to Thomas
CIV – Jesus appears at the lake of the Galilee
CV – Jesus ascends to the Father who is in the heaven
CVI – Jesus elects a new apostle
I – Introduction
1. Basic opus of the christian cult of the Gospel at Home. In this work I explain the four Gospels
under the Light of The Spirits' Book in its french original. This book has many witnesses of Mary
the Holiest (Eve, Sara, Moses, Rachel of Jacob [Israel], Athen, Mentor, Pitagoras, Judith, Spartacus,
Lord Acton, Simone de Beauvoir). They make part of this society: Jesus (Amadeus Mozart,Adolf
Hitler, Joaquim), the Spirit Saint Luke (Elect) evangelist (both, Roustaing, Bezerra de Menezes,
Marlize), Saint Paul apostle (both, Saul, Julius Caesar, Lancelot, Ana Paula, Sai Baba), Mary
Magdalene (both, Hera, Lia de Jacob [Israel], Fairy Morgana, Márcia, Bill), Allan Kardec (both,
Elijah, Ezequiel, John the Baptist, Merlin or Panoramix, Francisco de Assis, John Huss, José de
Anchieta, Hippolyte, Osvaldo Polidoro), Francisco Cândido Xavier (Flávia), Live (Cain, Abraham,
Aphrodite, Calypso, Samson, Joseph son of Jacob [Israel], Herodotus, king David, Buda, Cleopatra,
Guinevere of Arthur, Ivanhoe [Robin Hood of the Magna Carta], Don Juan Manuel, Dom Peter I,
king of Portugal, husband of Inês de Castro, Miguel de Cervantes, Rembrandt, Ceci or Cecília,
Spirit of the Truth, Juan Domingo Perón), Joanna de Ângelis (japonese suicidal student in FADUSP
in 1993, Karolina), Peter apostle (Satan, Divaldo), John evangelist and James his brother, Thomas,
the Didymus (Renato Aragão), Judas Iscariot (Jeanne D'Arc, Carlos Chagas, Andrew Louis,
Amanda), Saint Matthew, Pilate, Herod, Saint IsAbel (Abel, Marisabel), Adam (the Good Thief
Crucified, Pero Vaz de Caminha, Tiradentes, Cláudia) for the time being. And Emmanuel (Hagar,
Medusa, Zeus, Ulises, Jacob [Israel], Sherazade, Delilah, Kung Fu, greek Polibio, Marcus Antonius,
"angel" Gabriel, Herod Arklaus [Fabricius Publius Lentulus], Nestorio a jew slave, Roman Emperor
Caracala [King Arthur], Saint Barbara of Heliopolis, Fausto [supreme chief of the manichees
against whom Augustine wrote 33 books - the Faust of Goethe], Rebecca of Ivanhoe, Inês de
Castro, Saint Nikolaus von der Flüe], Churchman Manuel da Nóbrega, indian Peri, Count de Monte
Cristo or Ali, pasha of Janina, Arslan, the Lion, Maria Eva Perón, Fausto).
II – The principle: the alpha
1 In the principle was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
2 He was in the principle with God.
3 All things were made by him. Without him, nothing would have been made.
4 The Life was in him, because the Life is the light of the men.
5 The light shined in the darkness. The darkness was won by the light. (John, I, 1-5).
27 You will also witness, because you are with me since the principle. (John, XV, 27).
3 without father, without mother, without genealogy, having neither beginning of days nor end of
Life, but made similarly to the Son of God, remains a priest eternally. (Hebrews, VII, 3).
2. We are with Jesus since the beginning of the times, cause, rigorously, the time didn't have a
principle, and it won't have an end. "It is thus that everything nails itself, everything enchains
itself inside Nature, from the primitive atom to inclusively the archangel who, himself, was
began by the atom;" (540 of SB). "This universal, or primitive, or elementary fluid, being the
agent which the spirit employs, is the principle without which matter would be in a perpetual state
of division and it would never acquire the properties which the gravity gives to it." (27 of SB).
Everything principles in the matter which has no weight, which is in constant division: the heavenly
sparkle of the perispirit of God (88 of SB). Due to the law of progress, this matter will acquire
weight with the presence of the electron (universal, electric, magnetic or nervous fluid). The
union of the agent (universal fluid - electric current, electron); which is "a matter more perfect,
more subtle, and which we can see as independent." (27, II, of SB), which doesn't divide itself
constantly; with the proper and gross matter (the atomic nucleon), creates the atom. "Because the
nothingness doesn't exist." (958 of SB). The nucleon of the atom is the proper matter and its
flowing electrons constitute the universal fluid. According to the maxim of incertitude of Werner
Heisenberg, it is impossible specifying the exact place and the exact instant of a particle in the same
time. This means that the electrons are in constant movement, so they have Life and they act like
electromagnetic wave. These particles flow as waves, such as the sound crosses the air. Besides,
according to the Quantic Chemistry, due to the quantic magnetic number, the electron always fills
an orbital (like Earth which has an orbit surrounding the Sun). This orbital uses to have the three-
dimensional shape of a signal of infinite (∞). According to the quantic number spin, the limit of
electrons in an orbital is two, and they must have opposed spins, cause of the maxim of exclusion of
Pauli. So, each electron has a positive pole and a negative pole, such as Earth has a belt of radiation
of Van Hallen; this is proved using a magnetic needle pointing to the magnetic poles of Earth. This
magnetism makes the electrons of same spin to go away and makes electrons of opposed spins to be
attracted to each other, because the electrons also have a belt of radiation like Earth. Besides, the
sun also spins and influences magnetically the Earth, provoking alterations in the magnetic axle of
Earth, which is proved by the seasons, by the changes of the timetable of aurora and night-fall.
However the orbit of Earth has the shape of a circle. The nucleon of the atom spins as Earth. This
may be proved by the cyclones which spin always in the same turning in the northern hemisphere,
but always spin in the opposed turning in the southern hemisphere. Likewise it happens to the
water, which flows to the drain in both hemispheres. Thus, the nucleons of the atoms always spin in
the same turning in each hemisphere. A hemisphere is made of matter, but the other is made of anti-
matter, because the nucleons of the atoms (the proper matter) spin in opposed turnings in the
opposed hemispheres. "The electrons and photons which constitute your physical body integrate,
equally, our perispirits, in other characteristics of frequencies. It is necessary, therefore, pay
attention on the wonders of your potential divinity." (Spirit of Alexander in the work of Andrew
Louis, psychographer: Francisco Cândido Xavier, The Missionaries of the Light, Brazilian Spiritist
Federation, page 98).
III – The eternity and the end: the omega
16 And lo one came to him and said: Master, which good thing will I do to have the eternal Life?
17 And he said to him: Why did you ask me concerning what is good? One there is who is good,
but if you want to enter in the Life, keep the commandments. (Matthew, XIX, 16-17).
15 for that whoever believes in him have the eternal Life.
16 Because God loved so much the world that he gave his anointed (Christ, Messiah) Son, for that
whoever believes in him, wouldn't perish, but will have the eternal Life. (John, III, 15-16).
36 He who believes in the Son has the eternal Life, but he who doesn't obey the Son won't see the
Life, but the wrath of God remains on him. (John, III, 36).
14 but whoever drinks of the water which I will give to him will never be thirsty, but the water
which I will give to him will become in him a well of water gushing to the eternal Life. (John, IV,
14).
24 Truly, truly, I say to you: He who hears my word, and believes in him who sent me, has the
eternal Life, and doesn't enter in judgment, but has passed from the death to the Life.
25 Truly, truly, I say to you: The hour comes and is now, when the deads will hear the voice of the
Son of God; and they who hear will live.
26 Because thus as the Father has the Life in himself, he also gave to the Son to have the Life in
himself. (John, V, 24-26).
40 Because this is the will of my Father: That every one who sees the Son, and believes in him, will
have the eternal Life; and I will resurrect him in the last day. (John, VI, 40).
47 Truly, truly, I say to you: He who believe in me have the eternal Life.
54 He who eat my flesh and drink my blood have the eternal Life; and I will resurrect him in the
last day.
63 It is the spirit who gives the Life; the flesh profits nothing. The words which I have spoken to
you are spirit and Life.
68 Simon Peter answered him: Lord, to whom will we go? You have the words of the eternal Life.
(John, VI, 47, 54, 63 and 68).
28 I give to them la eternal Life. They will never perish, and none will unroot them from my hand.
29 Those who my Father has given to me, are greater than everything. None can unroot them from
the Father's hand. (John, X, 28-29).
25 Jesus said to her: I AM the resurrection and the Life: He who believe in me, although he will die,
he will live.
26 And whoever lives and believes in me will never die eternally. Do you believe in this?
27 She said to him: Yes, Lord. I have believed that you are the Christ, the Son of God, who had to
come to the world. (John, XI, 25-27).
12 But he gave the right to become sons of God to all who accepted him, to those who believed in
his name. (John, I, 12).
49 Because I haven't spoken by myself, but the Father who sent me, he has prescribed what I have
to say and announce.
50 And I know that his commandment is the eternal Life. The things therefore which I speak, as the
Father said to me, thus I speak. (John, XII, 49-50).
6 Jesus said to him: I AM the Way, the Truth and the Life. None comes to the Father, but by me.
15 If you love me, you will keep my commandments. (John, XIV, 6 and 15).
3 And this is the eternal Life: That they know you, the unique true God, and him whom you sent:
Jesus Christ. (John, XVII, 3).
13 Who liberated us from the power of the darkness, and brought us to the kingdom of the Son of
his love,
14 in whom we have the payment, the quittance of our sins,
15 who is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of the whole creation;
16 Because all things were created by him: In the heavens and on the earth, visible things and
invisible things, since thrones as much as sovereignties, princedoms or powers. All things were
created by him and for him.
17 He is before all things and everything exists in him.
18 He is the head of the body: the assembly. He is the principle, the firstborn among the deads.
Thus he can predominate in all things.
19 Because it was the pleasure of the Father that all the plenitude lodges in him. (Colossians, I, 13-
19).
3. "You can say that we are without beginning, if you understand, for there that God being eternal,
He must create without rest;" (78 of SB). We didn't have a beginning in the times and God creates
us constantly, like the chicken creates its chicks. Everything principles in the matter. We are an
eternal sparkle of God (88 of SB). "In the nature nothing perishes itself, nothing creates itself,
everything changes itself." (Antoine Laurent Lavoisier). "There is formation there, but no creation,
expected that the Spirit can't remove anything from nothing." (Allan Kardec, 129 of MB). The
matter has always existed. God doesn't make the matter issue from the nothing. "Nothing is the
nothingness and the nothingness doesn't exist." (23, II, of SB). "When we said that the soul is
immaterial, it is convenient to understand it in the relative sense and not in absolute, cause the
absolute immateriality would be the nothing, gold, the soul or the Spirit are something; we would
want to say that her essence is so superior that she has some analogy to this that we call matter, and
that thus, for us, she is immaterial (Book of the Spirits, n. 23 and 82)." (Allan Kardec, 50 of MB).
The nothingness has never existed. "No, nothing is vacuum; this which is vacuum for you is
occupied by a matter which escapes to your senses and to your instruments." (36 of SB). "God
doesn't deliver himself to a direct action on the matter." (536, II, of SB). "It is the Life of the Spirit
who is eternal; this of the body is transitory and ephemeral. When the body dies, the soul re-enters
in the eternal Life." (153 of SB). We are eternal as God. We didn't have a start in times and we
won't have an end in times. "All the men are brothers in God, because they are animated by the
spirit and they tend to the same end." (54 of SB). "The peoples are excusable of not believing in the
word of that who was animated by the Spirit of God" (671 of SB). We principle in the matter
(mineral kingdom) and we will reach our end who is to be God (Pure Spirit or Holy Spirit), so we
will enter in the Kingdom of God, the fifth Kingdom, after the mineral Kingdom, the vegetable
Kingdom, the animal Kingdom and the human Kingdom. "The Lord God says: I AM the Alpha and
the Omega, the principle and the end, who is and who was and who will be: the Almighty."
(Revelation, I, 8). "If we observe the sequence of the beings, we will encounter that they form a
chain without solution of continuity since the brute matter to the most intelligent man. But between
the man and God, who is the alpha and the omega of all things, what immense lacuna!" (Allan
Kardec, XVII of the Introduction of SB).
IV – The marvelous announcement of Elijah's reincarnation
1 Due to many took in the hands to write a narrative concerning your acts which have been fulfilled
among us,
2 according to they, who were eyewitnesses and ministers of the word since the beginning, narrate
to us,
3 it seemed good to me also, having traced the course of all things carefully since the beginning, for
writing to you in chain, the most excellent GodSon.
4 That you can know the certainty concerning the things in what you were instructed.
5 In the days of Herod, king of Judaea, there was a certain priest named Zacharias, of the course of
Abijah and he had a wife among the daughters of Aaron and her name was IsAbel.
6 They were both just before God, living in all the commandments and norms of the Lord.
7 They had no child, because IsAbel was fruitless and they both were now very old.
8 Now it came to pass, while he exercised the service of the temple before God in the chain of his
course,
9 according to the custom of the service of the temple, his office was to enter in the temple of the
Lord and to burn incense.
10 The whole multitude of the people was praying outside in the hour of the incense.
11 An angel of the Lord appeared to him there standing in the right side of the altar of the incense.
12 Zacharias was confused when he saw him and he fell of fear before him.
13 But the angel said to him: Don't fear, Zacharias. Because your prayer was heard. Your wife
IsAbel will fruit a son to you and you will call his name John.
14 You will have joy and happiness. Many will reenjoy in his parturition (generation).
15 Because he will be great before the regard of the Lord. He will drink neither wine nor alcoholic
drink. He will be full of the Holy Spirit, from the uterus of his mother.
16 Many of the sons of Israel will come to the Lord, your God.
17 He will go before the face of the Lord in the spirit and might of Elijah, to change the hearts
from the fathers until the sons, to do the disobedients to walk in the wisdom of the justs, to prepare
a people for the Lord.
18 Zacharias asked to the angel: How will I do this? Cause I am old and my wife isn't young.
19 The angel answered to him: I am Gabriel, who stand before God. I was sent to talk to you, to
bring these good news (Gospel, GodSpell) to you.
20 Lo you will be silent and dumb (mute) until the day when these things will come to pass.
Because you didn't believe in my words, which will be fulfilled in the exact time.
21 The people was waiting Zacharias. They marveled that he delayed in the temple.
22 However when he came out, he couldn't speak to them. They comprehended that he had seen a
vision in the temple. He continued making signs to them. But he remained dumb (mute).
23 It came to pass that, when the days of his ministration were fulfilled, he went to his home.
24 After these days, IsAbel, his wife, conceived. She hid herself during five months, saying:
25 Thus the Lord did to me in the days when he regarded on me, to take away my shame before the
men. (Luke, I, 1-25).
6 You will put the altar behind the veil (curtain) which is before the ark of the witness, before the
throne of God who is above the witness, where I will meet you. (Exodus, XXX, 6).
2 Jesus said to Moses: Say to Aaron, your brother, that he goes noway in the temple inside the veil,
before the throne of God which is above the ark, for that he won't die. I will appear in the cloud
above the throne of God.
12 You will take a censer full of coals in fire and two handfuls of aromatic incense very milled from
the altar before Jesus. You will bring it to the interior of the veil. (Leviticus XVI, 2 and 12).
7 You and your sons with you will keep your service in everything about the altar, and about that
inside the veil, this is your office. I give the service of the temple to you as an office for Lord.
However the not descendent who will approach will die. (Numbers XVIII, 7).
4. The temple was a tent fenced by the veil. The ark of the covenant (chapter XLV) with the image
of the angel and the altar were inside the veil and only a priest elected by God could enter there.
The people who were out of the tent (temple) couldn't see the angel. Gabriel was the angel who had
appeared to the prophet Daniel who used to prophesy through dreams:
16 I heard a voice of man in the margin of the brook Ulai, who called and said: Gabriel, make this
man to comprehend the vision.
17 So he came hear where I stood. When he came, I was frightened and my face fell. But he said to
me: Comprehend, son of the man, that the vision concerns to the time of the end. (Daniel, VIII, 16-
17).
5. Gabriel appeared in the temple of Jerusalem in march 21 (equinox) of the year 45 of the calendar
of Julius Caesar. March was the first month of the year. “God doesn't deliver himself to a direct
action on the matter. He has His dedicated agents in every step of the ladder of the worlds.” (536, II,
of SB). Gabriel (Herod Arklaus with 23 years) appeared in Spirit to Zacharias and said to him that
he would have a son. Herodes Arquelau was sleeping when Mary from Nazareth met him. She took
his penis and he enjoyed without penetrating her. Mary put the semen of the future King of the
Judea in her vagina for that Jesus was born. Jesus (the pharaoh of the Egypt) and Live (Hagar) paid
a spiritual sexual debt to Mary and Emmanuel. After Mary searched IsAbel and introduced his
semen in her for that she had a son of the King of the Judea.
V – Gabriel announces the marvelous Christmas to Mary
26 Now in the sixth month, the angel Gabriel was sent by God to a city of Galilee, named Nazareth,
27 to a virgin fiancée of the man whose name was Joseph, of the home of David. The name of the
virgin was Mary.
28 He came to her and said: Ave (greeting in Latin) full of grace (laugh)! The Lord is with you.
You are blessed among the women.
29 But she was greatly confused before these words. She thought what salutation could be this.
30 The angel said to her: don't fear, Mary! Because you found grace (laugh) in the face of God.
31 Lo you will conceive a son in your breast and will bring him to the light. JESUS will be his
name.
32 He will be great and will be called: The Son of the Supreme. The Lord God will give the throne
of his father David to him.
33 He will reign above the home of Jacob forever, cause his kingdom won't have end.
34 Mary said to the angel: How will this be, if I know no man?
35 The angel answered to her: The Holy Spirit will come on you and the might of the Supreme will
cover you with his shadow. Therefore the Holy who will be created also will be called: The Son of
God.
36 Lo IsAbel, your relative, will also fruit a son in her old age. This is the sixth month of her who is
called: The fruitless.
37 Because no word of God will be empty of might.
38 Mary said: Lo here the servant of the Lord. Be done to me according to your word. The angel
went out from her. (Luke, I, 26-38).
6. Gabriel came in Spirit to Mary in sextilis, 20 (august) of the year 45 of the calendar of Julius
Caesar. It was lacking 123 days to the summer (solstice - chapter LXXXII, item 149). "We design
the pure Spirits sometimes under the names of angels, archangels or seraphim." (113 of SB). "They
are the messengers and ministers of God whose commandments they execute for the maintenance of
the universal harmony." (113 of SB). "To assist men in their anguishes, to excite them to the well or
to the expiation of the faults who eloin them from the supreme felicity is a sweet occupation for
them." (113 of SB). "This name is that of Jesus from Nazareth. We don't doubt absolutely that He
can manifest Himself; but, if the Spirits truly superior don't do it but in exceptional circumstances,
the reason defends us of believing that the Spirit pure excellently answers to the calling of the first
come." (Allan Kardec, IX spiritist dissertation of MB - See chapter IV).

7. Jesus is Holy Spirit (from the hebraic: pure). “Not being plus submitted to the reincarnation in
perishable bodies, they sate the eternal Life who is for them in the breast (thorax) of God.” (113 of
SB). "There do you have the worlds where the Spirit, ceased of lodging a material body, doesn't
have other temple but the perispirit? Yes, and this best temple becomes so heavenly that, for you,
this is as if she didn't exist; this is then the state of the pure Spirits." (186 of SB). “Immaterial
isn't the word: incorporeal would be more exact, cause you finger well to comprehend that the Spirit
being a creation must be anything; this is a fifthessenced matter, but without analogy for you, and
so heavenly that she can succumb under your senses." (82 of SB). "The temple half-material of the
Spirit, can she love determined forms and can she be perceptible? Yes, a form according to the will
of the Spirit, and this is thus that he appears to you anytime, either in the dreams, or in the state of
the veil (chapter IV), and that he can take a visible form and even palpable.” (95 of SB). Mary could
see Jesus and Gabriel in dream or awake. “Who does the Spirit become after his last incarnation?
Well-happy Spirit; he is pure Spirit.” (170 of SB). "Do pure Spirits come to the subaltern worlds?
They come there often for helping them to progress; without these, these worlds would be left to
themselves without guides for directing them." (233 of SB). "Who is the most perfect person who
God has offered to the man for him to serve as guide and model? Covet Jesus." (625 of SB).
“March! March! You have the guides, follow them: the end can cripple you, cause this end, this is
God himself.” (495 of SB). "The Spirits have the bodies, because it is convenient well that the Spirit
be clothed of matter for acting on matter; but this temple is more or less material according to the
degree of purity reached by the Spirits, and these are these who make the difference among the
worlds where we must visit; cause he has there many homes in the home of our Father and then for
many degrees. The one knows and has conscience over this earth, and the others aren't absolutely
equal." (181 of SB).
VI – Joseph wants to abandon her, but he dreams with the angel
18 Now the generation of Jesus Christ was thus: When his mother Mary was being courted by
Joseph, they didn't lodge together, but she was hoping a son of the Holy Spirit.
19 Joseph her fiancé, being a just man, not wanting to publish, decided to abandon her privately.
20 But when he thought in these things, lo an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream, saying:
Joseph, son of David, don't fear to take Mary for your wife. Because she will conceive of the Holy
Spirit.
21 She will bring a son. You will call his name JESUS. Because he will save his people from their
sins.
22 Now all this came to pass, for that the word of the Lord through the prophet was fulfilled,
saying:
23 Lo the virgin will conceive a son. She will bring a son to the light. They will call his name
Emmanuel who means: God with us.
24 Joseph waked from his sleep and did as the angel of the Lord commanded him. He lodged her as
his wife.
25 He didn't have sex with her till she had a son and he called him: JESUS. (Matthew, I, 18-25).
8. IsAbel was Abel reembodied. She didn't appreciate men. She was a fruitless fig tree (chapter
LXVI). Joseph was a Spirit eternally woman reincarnated in the body of man, therefore, he never
made sex with Mary who was woman Spirit. Joseph prefers the sacrament of the order. The Spirits
eternally men can reincarnate also in body of woman and the Spirits eternally women can
reincarnate in body of man. Only the men Spirits achieve to masturbate himself and to have
erection.
14 Therefore the Lord himself will give a sign to you: Lo a virgin will conceive and she will bring a
son and will call him: Emmanuel. (Isaiah, VII, 14).
6 Because a child was born to us, a son was given to us. The government will be on his shoulders.
His name will be: Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of the Peace. (Isaiah,
IX, 6).
VII – IsAbel is Gabriel's medium
39 In one of those days, Mary waked and went urgently to a city of Judah, in region of hills.
40 She entered in the house of Zacharias and saluted IsAbel.
41 When IsAbel heard the salutation of Mary, the babe kicked her uterus and IsAbel let the Holy
Spirit talk:
42 She said aloud: You are blessed among the women and the fruit of your uterus is blessed!
43 Why would the mother of my Lord come to me?
44 So lo when the voice of your salutation came to my ears, the babe kicked my uterus for enjoy.
45 Well-happy is she who believed, because the words which were said to you by the Lord will be
fulfilled.
46 Mary said: My soul exalts the Lord.
47 My Spirit reenjoyed in God: my Saviour.
48 Because he regarded the modesty of his servant. Since now all generations will call me: Blessed.
49 The Almighty made great things in me. Holy is his name.
50 His compassion goes from generation to generation over the one who fear him.
51 He showed might with his arm. He dispersed the proud of the thought of their hearts.
52 He removed the princes from their thrones. He exalted the modest ones.
53 He filled the starveling of good things. He sent the riches emptily.
54 He helped Israel, his servant, who will remember his compassion.
55 For Abraham and his seed (descendents) forever as he promised to our fathers.
56 Mary was lodged almost three months by her. Then Mary returned to her house. (Luke, I, 39-
56).
15 God also said to Abraham: You won't call your wife Sarai, but her name will be Sarah.
16 I will bless her. I will give a son from her t you. I will bless her. She will become Mother of the
Nations. Kings of peoples will come from her.
5 Your name will be Abram no more, but your name will be Abraham, cause I will make you Father
of the Peoples.
6 I will make you extremely fruitful. I will make nations from you. Kings will come from you.
(Genesis, XVII, 15-16 and 5-6).
9. Mary and Joseph went out from Nazareth and traveled one hundred kilometers on beasts to
Bethany, where Zacharias and IsAbel lived. Bethany was localized in the other side of the Mount of
Olives. The solstice (summer) was coming. She conceived her son. Jesus is Holy (pure) and the
Lord. Jesus means in hebraic: “Only God saves”. “The men can enter in communication with the
pure Spirits, but very proud would be that who intended to have them under his orders.”. (113 of
SB).
VIII – Elijah's reincarnation
57 The time of the pregnancy of IsAbel's was fulfilled. She generated a son.
58 Her neighbors and her relatives heard to say that the Lord exalted his compassion to her. They
reenjoyed during her parturition.
59 In the eighth day, it came to pass that they came to circumcise the child. They would call him:
Zacharias, the name of the father.
60 But his mother answered: Absolutely no. He will be called John.
61 They said to her: None of your relatives has this name.
62 They made signs to his father asking his name.
63 He asked for a writing tablet and wrote, saying: His name is John. All marveled.
64 His mouth was opened immediately and his tongue freed and he spoke, blessing God.
65 His neighbors feared seeing all that. These words were commented even out of the hilly state of
Judaea.
66 All who heard these words guarded them in their heart, saying: Who then will this child be?
Because the hand of the Lord was with him.
67 His father Zacharias was full of the Holy Spirit. He prophesied, saying:
68 Blessed be the Lord, the God of Israel. Because he visited his people and make them pay.
69 He conceived a horn of salvation for us in the home of his servant David.
70 As he promised through the mouth of his holy prophets since the patriarchs.
71 For saving us of our enemies and of the hand of all who hate us.
72 For showing compassion to our fathers and form reminding his holy covenant
73 and the promise which he made to Abraham, our father:
74 He assured to us that we would be saved of the hand of our enemies if we would worship him
courageously.
75 In holiness and justice before him in all our days.
76 You, child, will be called: The prophet of the Supreme. Because you will go ahead the face of
the Lord for preparing his way.
77 For that his people knows the salvation for payment of their sins.
78 Through the delicate compassion of our God, the supreme star of the aurora will visit us.
79 For shining over them who are in the darkness and in the shadow of the death. For guiding our
feet to the way of the peace.
80 The child grew and became might in spirit. He was in the deserts (unpopulated places) until the
day of his manifestation to Israel. (Luke, I, 57-80).
13 Then Samuel took the horn of olive oil and anointed him in the middle of his brothers. The
Spirit of Jesus was mightily over David from that day on. So Samuel stood up and went to Ramah.
(I Samuel, XVI, 13).
12 How did you fall from the heaven, star of the aurora, son of the morning?! How did you come
to the ground, which lies under the nations?!
13 You said in your heart: I will ascend to heaven. I will exalt my throne above the stars of God. I
will sit down on the mountain of the assembly, in the last part of the north.
14 I will ascend above the altitudes of the clouds. I will make myself similar to the Supreme.
15 Yet you will be brought below to the hell, to the last part of the abyss.
16 They who see you will confront you. They will consider you, saying: Is this the man who made
the earth to tremble, who shook the kingdoms?
17 Who made the world as a desert? Who demolished the cities? Who didn't allow to the prisoners
to go to their house?
18 All the kings of the nations sleep in glory, each one in his own house.
19 But you are cast from your tomb as an adulterine son, dressed as executioner, who is crossed by
the sword, who goes bellow to the stones of the abyss. As a dead body of murderer is trodden by the
feet.
20 You won't be rejoined to them in the burial, because you destroyed your land. You executed
your people. The seed of the criminals won't be named for ever.
21 Prepare your genocide for his descendents for the inequality of their fathers. They won't grow
neither will possess the earth nor will fill the surface of the world of cities.
22 Jesus of the Hosts said: I will stand against them. I will exterminate the name, the memory, the
sons and the sons of the sons of Babylon. Jesus said.
23 I will also become them colony of the porcupines and puddles of water. I will sweep them
through the broom of the destruction, Jesus of the Hosts said. (Isaiah, XIV, 12-23).
10. Baby of nine months, John the Baptist was born in the solstice (summer) in december, 21 of the
year 45 of the calendar of Julius Caesar. Zacharias recuperated the voice and left the message of
Gabriel who healed him. Gabriel talked about Jesus, our Star of the Alb.
IX – The Christmas of Jesus and His childhood
1 In those days, Caesar Augustus made a decree which determined that all the Roman Empire
would be included in a census.
2 This first census was made when Quirinius was king of Syria.
3 All went to be part of the census, each one in his own city.
4 Joseph also went up from Nazareth of Galilee to the city of Bethlehem, the city of David, of
Judaea, because he was of the home and family of David.
5 For being part of the census himself with Mary, his fiancée, who conceived a son.
6 While they were there, the days when she would be delivered were fulfilled. (Luke, II, 1-6).
1 In the time of the Christmas of Jesus, in Bethlehem of Judaea, in the days of the king Herod, lo
wizards from the east came to Jerusalem.
2 They asked: Where is he who will be born King of the Jews? Because we saw his star in the east
and came to worship him.
3 When the king Herod heard this, he became starred. All Jerusalem with him.
4 He rejoined all the main priests and registrar of the people. He asked them where the Christ would
be born.
5 They said to him: In Bethlehem of Judaea, for that it was written through the prophet:
6 And you Bethlehem, land of Judah, you aren't the least among the cities of Judah. Because a
Guide will come from you. He will be shepherd of my people Israel.
7 Then Herod called the wizards privately and knew of them the exact time when the star appeared.
8 He sent them to Bethlehem and said: Go and inform yourself exactly concerning the baby. When
you meet him, bring the word to me, for that I also can come and worship him.
9 After they heard the king, they took their way. Lo the star, who they saw in the east, went before
them, until he come and stand over the place of the baby.
10 When they saw the star, they reenjoyed very much.
11 They entered in the home and saw the baby with Mary, his mother. They kneed themselves and
worshipped him. They opened their treasures and they offered offers to him: Gold, incense and
myrrh. (Matthew, II, 1-11).
2 But you, Beth-lehem Ephrathah, which is the least among the thousands of cities of Judah, one
will come from you to me who will be king of Israel. Whose principles are eternal. (Micah, V, 2).
7 She brought her firstborn son to the light. She bandaged him in diapers. She lay him in a trough,
because room didn't have for them in the Host.
8 Shepherds were in the same field living there and watching their flock at night.
9 The angel of the Lord stood near them and the glory of the Lord shone around them. They felt
much afraid.
10 The angel said to them: Don't fear. Lo I bring good novels (Evangel) of great orgasm to you. For
all the people.
11 Lo the Lord, who is the Christ, the Saviour was born for you today in the little city of David.
12 This is the sign for you: You will meet a babe bandaged in diapers, lain in a trough.
13 Suddenly a multitude of the heavenly Hosts was with the angel praising God and saying:
14 Glory to God in the supreme and peace on earth to the willingly men.
15 The angels went themselves ascending to the heaven. The shepherds said one to anothers: Let us
go even now to Bethlehem for seeing this who came to pass, that the Lord made us know.
16 They came quickly and met both Mary and Joseph, and the babe lain in a trough.
17 When they saw this, they told the words said concerning this babe.
18 All those who heard wondered before the actions, which were told by the shepherds.
19 Mary guarded all these words, meditating them in her heart.
20 The shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all the things which they heard and saw,
even as it was announced to them.
21 When eight days passed, they circumcised him. His name was JESUS, as the angel called him
before he was conceived. (Luke, II, 7-21).
4 But when the kindness of God, our Saviour, and his love for all men appeared,
5 not through works done in justice, which we did ourselves, but he saved us according to his
compassion, through the palingenesis (reembodiment) and the rebirth of the Holy Spirit,
6 who he spilled over us richly, through Jesus Christ, our Saviour, (Titus, III, 4-6).
16 Who was made, not according to the fleshly order, but according to the might of the
eternal Life. (Hebrews, VII, 16).
20 Because our city is in the heaven, where we will also hope the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ,
21 Who will become the body of our humiliation in the body of his glory, according to the efficacy
of his might of submitting all things to himself. (Philippians, III, 20-21).
44 The human body is seeded. The spiritual body resurrects. If the human body has, the spiritual
body also has. (I Corinthians, XV, 44).
19 We have surely the word of the prophecy to whom you must pay attention, as a light shining in a
dark place, until the aurora, the star of the alb heat your hearts. (II Peter, I, 19).
16 He had seven stars in his right hand. A sharp two-edged sword went out of his mouth. His face
shone as the sun in his vigor.
17 When I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead. But he put his right hand on me and said: Don't fear. I
AM the first and the last.
18 He who lives. I was dead, but lo I AM alive eternally. I have the keys of the death and of the
Hades. (Revelation, I, 16-18).
1 The fifth angel announced, and I saw a star fall from heaven to the earth. And the key of the
deeps of the abyss was given to him. (Revelation, IX, 1).
1 I saw an angel descend from heaven. He had the key of the abyss and a great chain in his hand.
(Revelation, XX, 1).
16 I, Jesus, sent my angel for witnessing these things to you for the assemblies. I AM the root and
the descendent of David, the brilliant star of the morning. (Revelation, XXII, 16).
11. Joseph and Mary came from Bethany to Jerusalem (ten kilometers) where they were with
IsAbel (chapter VII). They lodged themselves in a stable. The wizards came from arab nations to
Jerusalem. One among them came from Syria. Ten kilometers had from Jerusalem to Bethlehem.
Jesus was the Star of the Alb who the wizards saw, the same Sun who Mary showed to the
multitude in Fatima. Many dreamed and saw Jesus descends in form of star and entered in the body
of the baby and all the people of the earth reenjoyed. Jesus rebirthed in the solstice (summer) in
december, 21 of the year 45 of the calendar of Julius Caesar, in the same day when Elijah was
reborn (chapter VIII). However, Elijah rebirthed from the water, but Jesus rebirthed from the Spirit.
When Jesus was born, Herod Arklaus had 23 years and Mary had 22 years. Mary was beautiful.
12 God warned them in a dream that they wouldn't return to Herod. They returned through another
way to their city.
13 As soon as they departed lo the angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream (awake), saying:
Careful and take the babe and his mother and escape to Egypt. Be there until I call you. Because
Herod will seek the babe to execute him.
14 He went and took the baby and his mother tonight. And he escaped until Egypt.
15 They remained there until the death of Herod. For that the word of the Lord through the prophet
would be fulfilled, saying: I called my son who was out in Egypt.
16 Then Herod, when he felt that he was bluffed by the wizards, he felt very angry. And he ordered
to massacre all the boys who were in Bethlehem and until the limits of the Judaea, from two years
to below, according to the time which he comprehended of the foreign wizards.
17 Then God fulfilled which was spoken through the prophet Jeremiah, saying: (chapter LXXXII,
item 151).
18 A voice was heard in Ramah (chapter VIII), mourning and great lamentation: Rachel
mourned for her children. She wouldn't be consolated, because they weren't there.
19 But when Herod died, lo the angel of the Lord appeared in a dream to Joseph in Egypt, saying:
20 Stand and take the babe and his mother. Go to the land of Israel. Because those who planned the
death of the baby are dead.
21 He stood and took the babe and his mother. They returned to the land of Israel.
22 But when he heard that Herod Arklaus (chapter LXXIX) was reigning over Judaea in the room
of his father Herod, he feared to go there. And they went until Galilea before the advice of God in a
dream.
23 And they returned and lived in the city named Nazareth. For that the word of God through the
prophets was fulfilled: He will be called: Nazarene. (Matthew, II, 12-23).
1 When Israel was a child, then I loved him and I called my son who was out in Egypt. (Hosea,
XI, 1).
15 The Lord says thus: A voice is heard in Ramah, mourning and great lamentation: Rachel
mourning for her children. She refused to be consolated because her children aren't there. (Jeremiah,
XXXI, 15).
12. Jesus fulfilled the prophecy of the Babylon (chapter VIII). The people revolted killed Herod
rapidly. Although the Passover of the egyptians (chapter LXXXVII), these didn't try to hurt Jesus.
There Joseph began to practise secret sexual relations with Jesus when this was four years old.
Because of this Jesus would become a rebel homosexual revolted against every person. Jesus would
become nazirite. In Egypt, Jesus learned the language of the egyptians: in Rome make as the
romans; and he studied in the library of Alexandria, where he learned historys, legends and parables
of the antique egyptian people, this library will be burned by the caliph Omar (item VIII of the
Conclusion of the SB) three centurys after. This learning is the brief and the soul of the Gospel.
Jesus, Mary and Joseph returned to Nazareth.
39 When they fulfilled all the things according to the law of the Lord, they returned to Galilee, to
their own city Nazareth.
40 The child grew and fortified himself, plenty of wisdom. And the Grace of God was with him.
41 His parents went every year to Jerusalem to the feast of the passover.
42 When he had twelve years, they went up to Jerusalem according to the custom of the feast.
43 When the feast ended, while they returned, the boy Jesus remained in Jerusalem. However his
parents didn't know.
44 But they supposed that he was in the caravan. They went a day of travel. Then they regarded for
him among their relatives and the caravaneers.
45 When they didn't meet him, they returned to Jerusalem, seeking for him.
46 After three days, they met him in the temple, sat in the middle of the doctors, asking and hearing
them.
47 All who heard him admired themselves before his intelligence and his answers.
48 When they saw him, they marveled and his mother said to him: Son, why did you do this to us?
Your father and I were afflicted looking for you.
49 He answered to them: Why were you looking for me? Didn't you know that I must be in the
home of my Father?
50 They didn't comprehend his words which he said to them.
51 He went down with them and returned to Nazareth. He was obedient to them. His mother
guarded all these words in her heart.
52 Jesus grew in knowledge, height and grace with God and the men. (Luke, II, 39-52).
2 Speak to the descendents of Israel: When man or woman will make special vow, the vow of
nazirite, for separating him for the Lord,
5 in all days of his vow of nazirite, no scissors will pass on his head. He will be separated himself
to the Lord until the days will be fulfilled. He will be holy. He will let the curls of the hair of his
head grew long.
8 In all days of his separation, he will be holy to the Lord.
10 In the eighth day, he will bring two turtle-doves or two pigeons to the priest, until the door of
the tent of the assembly. (Numbers, VI, 2, 5, 8, 10).
2 Holyfy all the first-born to me. Whoever inaugurate the uterus of his mother among the children
of Israel, man or animal, is mine. (Exodus, XIII, 2).
22 When the days of their purification were fulfilled according to the law of Moses, they brought
him to Jerusalem, to present him to the Lord.
23 The law of the Lord says: Whoever inaugurate the uterus of his mother will be holyfied to the
Lord.
24 And they will offer an offer according to the law of the Lord: A pair of turtledoves or of
pigeons.
25 A man had in Jerusalem, whose name was Simeon. This man was just and devoted (vowed),
looking for the consolation of Israel. The Holy Spirit was above him.
26 The Holy Spirit revealed to him that he wouldn't see the death, before he had seen the Christ of
the Lord.
27 The Spirit brought him to the temple and when the parents brought the teenager Jesus, for they
could do to him according to the law,
28 then he hugged him and blessed God saying:
29 Now you will let this servant pas in peace according to your word, Lord.
30 Because my eyes saw your salvation.
31 Who you prepared before the face of all peoples.
32 Light for revelation to the foreigners and the glory of the people of Israel.
33 His father and his mother marveled before the words, which were spoken concerning him.
34 Simeon blessed them and said to Mary, his mother: Lo this teenager will cause falls and lifts of
many in Israel. His sign is the polemic.
35 A sword will cross his own soul for revelation of thought of many hearts.
36 A prophetess had, the daughter of Phanuel of the tribe of Asher, very old, Anna who lived seven
years with her husband since the marriage.
37 She was widow of eighty-four years who didn't go out of the temple. She worshipped, fasted and
supplicated night and day.
38 She came in that exact hour and acknowledge to God and spoke about him to all those who
hoped the payment of Jerusalem. (Luke, II, 22-38).
13. Mary and Joseph relied in Jesus. He was a boy who didn't cause troubles. Because of this they
felt much anguish when they didn't meet their greatest treasure. They searched Him in the place of
the feast of the passover, where the people had eaten and drunk, sung and danced full of gladness.
But Jesus never attended the gladnesses of Momus. Jesus wants compassion and not offers (chapter
XX). Jesus didn't want to be in the feast. He wanted to be in the house of the Father, cause the
family of Jesus are those who listen to the word of God and practice it (chapter XXVIII). The place
more similar to the home of the Father which He met was the temple of Moses, Abraham, Isaac and
Jacob, the fathers (patriarchs) of the jews. According to the law of God, Jesus couldn't attend to the
feast because He would violate His vow of nazirite holyfied to God and He would lose his
primogeniture. Mary and Joseph took Jesus to feasts no more. He remained separated in the home.
Mary and Joseph were the couple of pigeons. Mary will be the pigeon who will descend above
Jesus (chapter X). Simeon and Anna were priests who fulfilled their vows of nazirite. Jesus was
almost man and they glorified Him.
X - Elijah preaches and baptizes, but Jesus doesn't baptize through water
7 Because many deceivers entered in the world, who didn't confess that Jesus Christ came in
flesh. This is the deceiver and the Antichrist. (II John, 7).
6 A man was sent by God, whose name was John.
7 He came as witness. He would witness about the light, for that all believed through him.
8 He wasn't the light, but he came to witness of the light.
9 The true light who came to the world to illuminate all man.
10 The Word was in the world. The world was made by him. But the world didn't know him.
11 He came to his ones. But they who were his ones didn't accept him.
12 But he gave the might of becoming sons of God to all who accepted him, to the ones who
believed in his name.
13 Who didn't be born of the blood, nor of the desire of the flesh, nor of the desire of the man, but
of God.
14 And the Word became flesh. He lived among us. We saw his glory, glory as the anointed
(Christ, Messiah) from the Father, full of the grace (laugh) and the truth.
15 John witnessed about him and mourned, saying: This is him of whom I said: He who will come
after me will be before me. Because he was ahead of me.
16 Because we all received of his plenitude and grace plus grace.
17 Because the law was given by Moses. But the grace and the truth came through Jesus Christ.
18 No man saw God absolutely: The God anointed (Christ, Messiah), who is in the breast of the
Mother, he revealed him.
19 And this is the witness of John, when the jews sent priests and levites to him from
Jerusalem to ask him: Who are you?
20 And he confessed. He didn't deny. He confessed: I am not the Christ.
21 They asked to him: Who are you then? Are you Elijah? He said: I am not him. Are you the
prophet? He answered: No.
22 Therefore they said to him: Who are you? For that we can give answer to them who sent us.
What do you say about yourself?
23 He said: I am the voice of the one who mourns in the emptiness: Straighten the way of the Lord,
as Isaiah the prophet said.
24 They were sent from among the pharisees.
25 They asked to him: Why do you baptize then, if you aren't the Christ, neither Elijah, neither the
prophet?
26 John answered to them, saying: I baptize through water. But one who you don't know stands in
the middle of you.
27 He will come after me, whose sandals I am not worthy of removing.
28 These things passed in Bethany, beyond Jordan, where John was baptizing. (John, I, 6-28).
3 Voice of one who mourns in the desert: Prepare the way of the Lord. Straighten the way to God in
the emptiness.
4 Every abyss will be exalted. Every mountain and hill will be humiliated. The twister will be
straightened. The rugged will be softened.
5 The glory of the Lord will be revealed. All flesh will see together that the mouth of the Lord spoke
this. (Isaiah, XL, 3-5).
1 Lo I send my messenger. He will prepare the way before me. Suddenly the Lord who you
search will come to his temple. The messenger of the covenant, who you desire. Lo he will come.
The Lord of the Hosts said. (Malachi, III, 1).
7 He said to them: What did the man who came to meet you and to say these words to you dress?
8 They answered to him: He dressed clothes of hair of animal and a belt of cilice. He said: Lo
Elijah, the Tibet. (II Kings, I, 7-8).
1 In those days, John the Baptist was preaching in the desert of Judaea, saying:
2 Repent you, because the kingdom of the heaven is near.
3 Because this is he of whom God spoke through the prophet Isaiah, saying: Voice of one
mourning in the desert, prepare the way of the Lord, straighten his steps.
4 Now John himself was dressing clothes of hair of camel and a belt of cilice. His food was
grasshoppers and wild honey.
5 Then all the habitants near the Jordan, Jerusalem and all Judaea went out until him.
6 They confessed their sins and were baptized by him in the river Jordan.
7 When he saw many pharisees and sadducees coming to his baptism, he said to them: Race of
snakes! Who did advise you for escaping from the wrath who will come?
8 Therefore bring worthy fruits of repentance.
9 Don't say among you: We have Abraham as our Father. Because I say to you that God can make
of these stones to be born sons to Abraham.
10 The ax was now put in the root of the (genealogical) trees: Therefore each tree who doesn't
generate good fruit will be cut off and cast in the fire.
11 I baptize you in the water of the repentance. But he who will come after me will be mightier than
I. I am not worthy of bringing his sandals. He will baptize you in the fire of the Holy Spirit.
12 Whose sword is in his hand. He will purify his thresher totally. He will guard his wheat in the
granary. But he will burn the straw in the eternal fire. (Matthew, III, 1-12).
1 The beginning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Son of God.
2 As the prophet Isaiah wrote: Lo I sent my messenger before your face, who will prepare your
way.
3 Voice of one mourning in the desert: Prepare the way of the Lord, straighten his ways.
4 John came, who baptized in the desert and preached the baptism of the repentance for payment of
the sins.
5 All from Jerusalem and all from the state of Judaea went out until him. They confessed their sins
and they were baptized by him in the river Jordan.
6 John dressed hair of camel and used a belt of cilice. He ate grasshoppers and wild honey.
7 He preached, saying: He who comes after me is mightier than I, whose sandals I am not worthy of
removing.
8 I baptize you in water. But he will baptize you in the Holy Spirit. (Mark, I, 1-8).
1 Now in the fifteenth year of the empire of Tiberius Caesar, Pontius Pilate was king of Judaea,
Herod (Antipater), king tetrark of Galilee, his brother (Herod) Philipus, king tetrark of the region of
Ituraei and Trachinitide, and Lysinae king tetrark of Ablena.
2 The highest-priesthood was of Annas and Caiaphas, however the word of God came to John, the
son of Zacharias, in the desert.
3 He visited all the region near the Jordan, preaching the baptism of the repentance for payment of
the sins.
4 As Isaiah, the prophet, wrote in the book: Voice of one mourning in the desert: Prepare the way of
the Lord, straighten his ways.
5 Every abyss will be exalted. Every mountain and hill will be humiliated. The twister will be
straightened. The rugged will be softened.
6 All the flesh will see the salvation of God.
7 Therefore he said to the multitudes who would be baptized by him: Race of snakes! Who advised
you for escaping from the future wrath?
8 Bring worthy fruits of repentance. Don't begin to say among you: We have Abraham as our
Father, because I say to you, that God can create sons to Abraham of these stones.
9 The ax was now put in the root of the (genealogical) trees: Therefore every tree who doesn't
generate good fruit will be cut and cast in the fire.
10 The multitudes asked him, saying: What must we do then?
11 He answered to them: Divide your two dresses with him whom has no one. Divide your food
likewise.
12 Publicans (public servants) also came to be baptized. They said to him: Master, what must we
do?
13 He said to them: Don't charge more than the fixed.
14 Soldiers also asked him, saying: And we, what must we do? He said to them: Mistreat none.
Accuse none wrongfully. Be content with your wages.
15 The people had hope. All the men thought in their hearts concerning John, if he would be the
proper Christ.
16 However John said to them all: Truly I baptize you in water, but he who will come is mightier
than I, whose sandals I am not worthy of removing. He will baptize you in the fire of the Holy
Spirit.
17 Whose sword is in his hand, for purifying his thresher totally, for guarding his wheat in his
garner. But he will burn the straw in the eternal fire.
18 Thus and using many other admonitions, he preached the good novel (Gospel) to the people.
19 But he admonished Herod (Antipater), the tetrark, because of Herodias, wife of his brother, and
because of all the evil things which Herod did.
20 Herod increased these things putting John in the prison. (Luke, III, 1-20).
14. John apostle witnessed that the body of Jesus was equal to ours. Elijah wasn't jew. He came
from the Tibet. He was a tibetan monk. John the Baptist conserved the regional custom of eating
insects. Didn't John the Baptist know that he was reincarnation of Elijah, neither that he was a
prophet? "Why does the reincarnated Spirit lose the memory of his past? The man can't neither must
know everything; God wants him thus in His wisdom. Without the veil who covers certain things to
him, the man would be obfuscated, as that who passes without degrees from obscurity to the
luminosity. Through the forgetfulness of the past, he is more himself." (392 of SB). The stones are
the pharisees who scandalize themselves, they want to be baptized, but they don't repent. The trees
are the women who don't fruit and don't have orgasm. They are straw burning themselves in an
eternal fire. Herodias was a tree who gave bad fruit: Salome (chapter XL). Ax (Machado) is the
future surname of the Father Abraham. Herod Arklaus (etnark of the Judaea, Samaria and
Idumaeus) and Herod Philip (tetrark and king of the Lake of the Galilee or Lake of Tiberius, son of
the jewess Mariamna - chapter LXXIX) were the others tetrarks. Herod Philip was adulterine son of
Herod the Great. He ordered to kill Jesus because judged that Jesus was Herod Philip. Philip
became apostle of Jesus. Herod Arklaus (Gabriel, Abraham) also was persecuted by the poison of
the pharisees. He had to take another name: Fabricius Publius Lentulus. He passed to live as roman
centurion in Bethany (chapter XVIII, item 48), where John lived. Pontius Pilate was mandatory
(procurator) of Publius. John began to baptize in the year 29 AD. He and Jesus had 29 years. The
body is only dress: temple. God searched the temple of John the Baptist in the emptiness because he
was purified. We must divide our temple, our dress, our food, teaching to eat, to dress. Our food
must be simple as the food of John. He was a camel in the desert. The sins are paid in natural pains,
natural sufferance or obedience to God and not in money. John the Baptist was born without
adultery and he condemned the adultery of Herod Antipater.
13 Then Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to John, for being baptized by him.
14 But John discouraged him, saying: I need to be baptized by you, but do you come to me?
15 Jesus answering to him: Let it be now, because it is convenient that all justice will be fulfilled.
Then he let.
16 When Jesus was baptized and he stood from the water, lo the heavens opened themselves to the
Spirit of God. She descended as a pigeon and after she came above him.
17 Lo a voice of the heavens, saying: This is my worshiped Son, he gives pleasure to me. (Matthew,
III, 13-17).
29 In the day after, he saw Jesus coming to him, and said: Lo the Lamb of God, who purifies the sin
of the world!
30 This is he of whom I said: A man will come after me who will be before me, because he was
ahead of me.
31 I didn't know him, but I come baptizing in water for that he manifests to Israel (israelites or
descendents of Jacob).
32 John witnessed, saying: I saw the Spirit descending as a pigeon from the heaven. She delayed
above him.
33 I didn't know him. But he who sent me for baptizing in water, he said to me: Above him whom
you will see the Spirit descending and delaying above him, the same is he who baptizes in the Holy
Spirit.
34 I saw and witnessed that this is the Son of God. (John, I, 29-34).
9 In those days, Jesus came from Nazareth of the Galilee and was baptized by John in the Jordan.
10 Suddenly he stood of the water, he saw the heavens to tear open. And the Spirit descended as a
pigeon over him.
11 And a voice came from the heavens: You are my worshiped Son, you give pleasure to me.
(Mark, I, 9-11).
21 When all the people was baptized, Jesus also was baptized. He was praying. The heaven opened
himself.
22 The Holy Spirit descended in form of body of pigeon above him. And a voice came from the
heaven: You are my worshiped Son. You give pleasure to me. (Luke, III, 21-22).
15. John baptized in water because he was born from water. Jesus was baptized by the Spirit,
because he was born from the Spirit. The white, marvelous and brilliant pigeon was the Mother
Mary the Holiest. The voice was of the angel Gabriel: the Father Abraham. "The temple half-
material of the Spirit, can she love determined forms and can she be perceptible? Yes, a form
according to the will of the Spirit, and this is thus that he appears to you anytime, either in the
dreams, or in the state of the veil (chapter IV), and that he can take a visible form and even
palpable.” (95 of SB). Mary took form of pigeon because she already reembodied herself as a
pigeon.
1 Now Nicodemus, one among the pharisees, one main priest of the jews
2 came to him at night and said to him: Rabbi, we know that you are Master come from God,
because none can do these signs which you do, if God isn't with him.
3 Jesus answered to him: Truly, truly, I say to you, if one won't be born again, he won't be able to
see the kingdom of God.
4 Nicodemus asked to him: How can a man be born when he is old? Can he reenter in the uterus of
his mother and be reborn?
5 Jesus answered: Truly, truly, I say to you: Who won't be born of water and of Spirit won't be able
to enter in the kingdom of God!
6 Who is born of the flesh is flesh. But he who is born of the Spirit is Spirit.
7 Don't marvel that I say to you: You must be reborn.
8 The wind kisses where he wants and you hear his voice, but you don't know from where he
comes, neither to where he goes. Every one who is born of the Spirit is thus.
9 Nicodemus asked to him: How can these things be?
10 Jesus answered to him: You are mister in Israel, but you don't comprehend these things?
11 Truly, truly, I say to you: We speak of whom we know. We witness of whom we see. However,
you don't accept our witness.
12 If I talk to you of the earthly things and you don't believe, how will you believe if I talk of the
heavenly things?
13 None ascended to the heaven, except he who descended from the heaven: the Son of the
Man, who is in the heaven.
14 As Moses lifted the snake in the wilderness, the Son of the Man must be lifted.
15 For that all who believe in him will have the eternal Life.
16 Because God loved so much the world, that he gave his anointed (Christ, Messiah) Son, for
that all who believe in him won't perish, but have the eternal Life.
17 Because God didn't send the Son to the world for judging the world. But for that the world will
be saved by him.
18 He who will believe in him won't be judged. He who doesn't believe is already judged, because
he doesn't believe in the name of the anointed (Christ, Messiah) Son of God.
19 The judgment is this: The light came to the world. But the men loved the darkness more than the
light. Therefore their works were bad.
20 Because every one who does the evil hates the light. He doesn't come to the light, because his
works would be reproved.
21 But he who does the Truth comes to the light, for that his works will be manifested, because they
were done in God. (John, III, 1-21).
17 Therefore the Father loves me, because I give my Life, for that I can retake her.
18 None takes her from me, but I give her myself. I have the might of giving my Life and I
have the might of retaking her. I received this commandment of my Father.
19 These words divided the jews.
20 Many among them said: He has a demon. He is mad. Why do you listen to him?
21 Others said: These aren't the words of one possessed by the demon. Can a demon open the eyes
of the blinds? (John, X, 17-21).
16. Nicodemus came to ask to Jesus if John the Baptist was Elijah. Jesus answered before he asked.
Jesus talks of the water because our body is made of water mainly. We are born inside the water in
the uterus of our mother. John the Baptist was born of the water, but Jesus was born of the Spirit.
The Spirit is as the wind who kisses the flower and goes. None saw Gabriel talk to Jesus. They
heard only his words. “The influence of the Spirits is greater than you believe, cause very often they
are who direct you.” (459 of SB). “When a thought is suggested, this is as a voice who talks to you.
The proper thoughts are generally those of the first movement. Although, he doesn't have there a
great interest for you in this distinction, and he is often useful of not knowing.” (461 of SB). The
Spirits transport themselves in the similarity of the wind. “As the Spirit transports himself in the
rapidity of the thought,” (247 of SB). Jesus and we are Sons of the Man. Jesus descended from the
heaven. “Do pure Spirits come to the subaltern worlds? They come there often for helping them to
progress; without these, these worlds would be left to themselves without guides for directing
them." (233 of SB). The reincarnation is commandment of the law of God. We resurrect of the
water. Lo the law of God prohibits killing. Because killing the Spirit is impossible.
22 After these things, Jesus and his disciples came to the land of Judaea. He remained there with
them, and baptized.
23 John also was baptizing in Enon near to Salim, because there was much water there. They came
and were baptized.
24 Because John wasn't yet cast in the prison.
25 The disciples of John were discussing with a jew concerning the purification.
26 They came to John and said to him: Master, he who was with you beyond the Jordan, whom you
witnessed, the same baptizes and all the men come to him.
27 John answered: The man can receive nothing, except if he receives from the heaven.
28 You yourselves are witnesses of that I said: I am not the Christ, but: I was sent before him.
29 He who has the fiancée is the fiancé. But the friend of the fiancé, who stands and hears him,
reenjoys greatly because of the voice of the fiancé. This joy therefore fulfils.
30 He must aggrandize himself, but I must diminish myself.
31 He who comes from the top is above all. He who is of the earth is of the earth, and he talks of the
earth: He who comes from heaven is above all.
32 He witnessed of whom he saw and heard. However no man accepted his witness.
33 He who received his witness sealed this: God is true.
34 Because he whom God sent speaks the words of God. Because he doesn't give measure to the
Spirit.
35 The Father loves the Son and he gave all the things to his hands.
36 He who believes in the Son has the eternal Life. But he who doesn't obey the Son won't see the
Life, but the wrath of God remains in him.
1 Therefore when the Lord knew that the pharisees heard that Jesus made and baptized more
disciples than John,
2 although Jesus himself didn't baptize, but his disciples. (John, III, 22 to John, IV, 2).
XI – Jesus and the samaritan
3 He left Judaea and returned to Galilee.
4 He must pass across the state of Samaria.
5 So he came to Sychar, city of Samaria, near the partition of ground that Jacob (Israel) gave to his
son Joseph.
6 The well (pool) of Jacob was there. Therefore Jesus, tired of his voyage, sat at the well. The sixth
hour (midday) was almost.
7 Then a woman of Samaria came to extract water. Jesus said to her: Give me of drinking.
8 Because his disciples went to the city for buying food.
9 Therefore the samaritan woman said to him: How do you, being a jew (descendent of Judah), ask
for drinking to me, who I am a samaritan woman? (Because jews have no relations with
samaritans).
10 Jesus answered to her: If you knew the gift of God and who speaks to you: Give me of drinking.
You wouldn't ask for to him and he would give the alive water to you.
11 The woman said to him: Sir, you have nothing to extract and the well is deep: How will you give
the alive water to me?
12 Are you greater than our father Jacob, who gave the well to us and drank himself of her, and his
sons, and his cattle?
13 Jesus answered to her: Every one who drinks of this water will be thirsty again.
14 But all who drink of the water who I will give to her will never be thirsty again. But the water
whom I will give to her will become a well of water in him pouring to the eternal Life.
15 The woman said to him: Sir, give this water to me. That I don't be thirsty again, neither come all
the way here for extracting.
16 Jesus said to her: Go, call your husband and come here.
17 The woman answered to him: I don't have husband. Jesus said to her: You said well: I don't have
husband.
18 Because you had five husbands. And he whom you have now isn't your husband. You said this
truly.
19 The woman said to him: Sir, I recognize that you are a prophet.
20 Our fathers worshipped in this mount (Garizim). But you say that the men must worship in
Jerusalem.
21 Jesus said to her: Woman, believe in me, the hour comes, when you won't worship the Father,
neither in this mount, nor in Jerusalem.
22 You worship whom you don't know. We worship whom we know, because the salvation comes
from the jews.
23 But the hour comes. The hour is now, when the true worshippers will worship the Father in
Spirit and Truth, because these are whom the Father searches for being his worshippers.
24 God is a Spirit, and they who worship him must worship in Spirit and Truth.
25 The woman said to him: I know that the Messiah comes (he is called Christ). When he will
come, he will declare all the things to us.
26 Jesus said to her: I AM him who speaks to you.
27 So his disciples came. They awed themselves that he talked to a woman. But none said: What do
you ask? Or, why do you talk to her?
28 Then the woman left her waterpot, went to the city, and said to the people:
29 Come, see a man, who told all things to me that I already did. Can this be the Christ?! (John, IV,
3-29).
17. Judah is the son of Israel who had the idea of selling his own brother Jose (woman dressed of
man) who became priest of the pharaoh in Egypt. The selling of Joseph was the cause of the death
of the jew babies (chapter IX, item 12). Joseph was Hagar reincarnated. The family of Israel went to
lodge in the Egypt. Joseph learned to love a wife and could turn to reincarnate as woman. The alive
water is John the Baptist and the Father reincarnated (Abraham, Jacob). Publius also was reborn of
the water. Gabriel transmigrated with Live and the samaritan felt all that Live felt. The samaritan
was widow of five husbands and the last one was a woman reincarnated in body of man who didn't
appreciated woman and didn't keep sexual relations with her. She had seven demons: seven Spirits
with bad fluids wanting to transmigrate with her. The disciples were women reincarnated in body of
man. They didn't comprehend that Jesus appreciated women and they felt jealousy. The alive water
also symbolizes the universal fluid, cause during the transmigration, the Spirits exchange good and
bad fluids. Thus it isn't convenient transmigrate with sick persons or who possess vices. Jesus
affirms that God is a Spirit. "The first category or division, in the end, comprehends the pure
Spirits, these who reached the supreme degree of the perfection.” (100 of SB). "God is the supreme
intelligence, first cause of all the things.” (1 of SB). “The intelligence is a faculty proper of each
being and consists in his moral individuality.” (72, I, of SB). The angels, archangels and seraphim
are “The pure Spirits: these who are in the hottest degree of the ladder and rejoin all the
perfections.” (128 of SB). “God must possess these perfections in supreme degree, cause if he has
a lonely one of minus, or Well (Pool) whom he doesn't stump in an infinite degree, he isn't superior
to all and, consequently, he wouldn't be God.” (13 of SB). “God is infinite in his perfections,”
(Allan Kardec, 3 of SB). “All the men are brothers in God, because they are animated by the Spirit
and they tend to the same end.” (54 of SB). “The peoples are forgivable of not believing in the word
of him who was animated by the Spirit of God” (671 of SB). Allan Kardec said about Jesus: “The
doctrine which he signaled (taught) is the most pure expression of the law of God, because He was
animated by the Godly Spirit, and He was the most pure who appeared over the earth.” (625 of
SB). "The science doesn't know enough the fluids, but we will reach there if the science will want to
march with the spiritism. The perispirit can vary and change infinitely; the soul is the thought: she
can't change of the nature." (Lamennais, item 51 of the chapter IV, of the first part of the MB).
Worshiping God is loving the pure Spirit above all the things. “I say to you that the religion is on
the lips, but not in the heart of that who makes profession of worshiping the Christ, but who is
proud, envious and jealous, hard and not silentable with other, or ambitious of the goods of this
world.” (...) "the chants reach God only through the door of the Heart." (654 of SB). God must be
worshiped in silence. "VI. - The end of the soul, in her evolution, is reaching and realizing in herself
and around herself, across the times and the ascendant seasons of the Universe, through the
flourishing of the mights which she possess in seed, this eternal notion of the Beauty and of the
Well, who express the idea of God, the proper idea of the perfection." (Léon Denis, The Problem of
the Being, of the Destiny and of the Pain, page 453 - the last one). “Gravitate verse of the godly
unity, such is the end of the humanity; for reaching there, three things are necessary: the justice, the
love and the science; three things there are opposed and contrary: the ignorance, the anger and the
injustice.” (...) “Oh! Believe in me. Believe in me, brothers in God and in Jesus-Christ. Believe in
me,” (...) “the end of the creation consists in the harmonious cult of the beauty, of the well,
idealized by the human archetype, by the Man-God, by Jesus-Christ.” (Paul apostle, 1009 of SB).
30 They departed the city and came to him.
31 Then the disciples asked for to him, saying: Master, eat!
32 But he said to them: I have a food who you don't know.
33 Therefore the disciples said one to the others: Did any man bring something to him for eating?
34 Jesus said to them: My food is to do the will of him who sent me and to realize his work.
35 Don't you say: Do four months remain still until the harvest? I say to you: Lift your eyes and
look the fields. They are already white for the harvest.
36 The female harvester receives her reward since now. She treasures her fruit for the eternal Life.
So the sower and the female harvester have joy.
37 Because this word is true: One sows and the other harvests.
38 I sent you to harvest what you didn't sow. Others worked and you entered in their work.
39 Many samaritans from that city believed in him because of the witness of the woman, who
witnessed: He told to me all the things which I already did.
40 So when the samaritans came to him, they asked to him for remaining with them. He remained
two days there.
41 Many others believed in him because of his word.
42 They said to the woman: Now we believe. Not because of your word. Because we heard
ourselves and we knew that this is truly the Saviour of the world. (John, IV, 30-42).
18. Jesus avoids the food of the disciples who occupied themselves very much in eating. The excess
of food causes sicknesses. The female harvester is the samaritan. God is the sower. He sowed the
word and made fast.
XII - Jesus talks to the obsessing Spirit who tempts Him
1 Then Jesus was conducted by the Spirit until the desert (emptiness) to be tempted by the devil.
2 And when he fasted forty days and forty nights, he hungered.
3 And the tempter came and said to him: If you are Son of God, order to these stones that they
become breads.
4 But he answered: It is written: The man won't live only of bread, but of all word that leaves the
mouth of God.
5 Then the devil conducted him until the saint city (Jerusalem), and he sat him in the top of the
temple.
6 He said to him: If you are the Son of God, cast yourself down, because it is written: He will order
to his angels that they guard to you. They will root you in their hands, for that you don't scandalize
yourself against a stone.
7 Jesus said to him: It is also written: You won't experiment the Lord, your God.
8 Again, the devil conducted him until a very high mountain. He showed all the kingdoms of the
world to him, and their glory.
9 He said to him: I will give all these things to you, if you will worship me kneeling.
10 Then Jesus said to him: Go away, Satan, because it is written: You will worship the Lord your
God. You will make cult only to him.
11 Then the devil left him. Lo the angels came and served him. (Matthew, IV, 1-11).
3 He humiliated you. He let you hunger. He fed you with manna, which you didn't know, neither
your fathers knew. For making you comprehend that the man won't live only of bread, but the man
will live of everything which leaves the mouth of the Lord. (Deuteronomy, VIII, 3).
11 Because she will order her angels about you, for guarding you in all your ways. (Psalm XCI, 11).
16 Don't tempt the Lord your God, as you tempted him in Massah. (Deuteronomy, VI, 16 - See
Exodus, XVII, 7).
13 Fear the Lord your God. Serve to him. Swear under his name. (Deuteronomy, VI, 13).
4 Hear, Israel: the Lord our God is an unique Lord.
5 Love the Lord your God of all your heart, of all your soul, of all your might. (Deuteronomy, VI,
4-5).
6 The sons of God came one day before the Lord, Satan also came among them. (Job, I, 6).
1 Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan. He was guided by the Holy Spirit in the
desert.
2 During forty days, he was tempted by the devil. He ate nothing in those days. When they passed,
he hungered.
3 The devil said to him: If you are the Son of God, order to this stone to become bread.
4 But Jesus answered to him: It is written: The man won't live only of bread.
5 He guided him above, and showed all the kingdoms of the world in an instant to him.
6 The devil said to him: I will give all this authority and glory of them. Because it was given to me.
And I will give to whom I desire to give.
7 If you worship me kneeling, all will be yours.
8 Jesus answered to him: It is written: You will worship the Lord your God, and you will make cult
only to him.
9 He guided him until Jerusalem. He put him on the top of the temple and said to him: If you are the
Son of God, cast yourself from here down.
10 Because it is written: He will order to his angels about you, for guarding you.
11 They will root you in their hands, for that you don't scandalize against a stone.
12 Jesus answered to him: It is said: You won't tempt the Lord your God.
13 Temptations finished, the devil took his way until new temptation. (Luke, IV, 1-13).
12 Immediately the Spirit conducted him in the desert.
13 He was forty days in the desert being tempted by Satan. He was with the wild animals, but the
angels served him. (Mark, I, 12-13).
19. After transmigrating with the samaritan woman and gathering many impurities of many impure
temples, Gabriel took Jesus to the desert for purifying Himself. Jesus felt Himself sick. Satan is a
feminine Spirit who reincarnates in body of man for a long time. He loved men and worshiped
Jesus. Satan (Cephas, Peter: stone) wanted that Jesus transmigrated with him. Although Peter
married, he didn't love his wife and didn't turn to reincarnate in body of woman. Satan would
conquer many poors who loved the things of the world.
XIII - Jesus is condemned to death
14 Jesus returned to Galilee through the might of the Spirit. His fame ran all the region around.
15 He taught in their synagogues (little temples) All glorified him.
16 He came to Nazareth, where he was created (raised). According to his custom, he entered in the
synagogue during the saturday. He stood for reading.
17 The book of the prophet Isaiah was delivered to him. He opened the book and found the place
where it was written:
18 The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he anointed (christened, the Messiah) me to preach
good novels (Gospel) to the poors. He sent me for proclaiming freedom to the slaves. For
recovering the regard to the blind. For liberating the oppressed ones.
19 For proclaiming the year of the acceptation of the Lord.
20 He closed the book and re-delivered it to the assistant. He sat down. The eyes of all in the
synagogue fixed in him.
21 He began to say to them: Today this scripture was fulfilled in your ears.
22 All of them were witnesses. They marveled before the words of grace (laugh) which departed
from his lips. They said: Isn't this the son of Joseph?
23 However they said to them: Doubtless you will say to me this proverb: Physician, heal yourself.
Do also here in your own earth what we heard to say that you did in Capernaum (city of climbers,
grapevines, Capella).
24 He said: Truly I say to you: No prophet is welcome in his own earth.
25 Truly I say to you: Many widows had in Israel in the days of Elijah, when the heaven closed
three years and six months, when much hunger reigned all the earth.
26 Elijah was sent to none among them, except only to the widow from Zarephath (Phoenicia, I
Kings, XVII, 9) and Sidon (Phoenicia).
27 Many lepers had in Israel in the time of the prophet Elisha. None among them was purified, but
only the syrian Naaman.
28 All they filled themselves of wrath in the synagogue, when they heard these things.
29 They stood themselves and expelled him from the city. They took him until the top of the
mountain where their city was built, for casting him of head until the down.
30 However he passed across the middle of them and took his way. (Luke, IV, 14-30).
1 The Spirit of the Lord Jesus is on me. Because the Lord anointed me to preach good novels
to the silent ones. He sent me for making reborn the disrupted Hearts, for proclaiming
freedom to the slaves, for opening the prison to the prisoners.
2 For proclaiming the year of the acceptation of the Lord and the day of the revenge of our God.
For consoling all the ones who are repentant. (Isaiah, LXI, 1-2).
34 Jesus answered to them: Truly, truly I say to you: Every one who sins is a slave of the sin. (John,
VIII, 34 - chapter XLVII).
14 Then Naaman went down and baptized himself seven times in the Jordan, according to the word
of the man of God. His flesh became again as the flesh of a boy. He was clean. (II Kings, V, 14).
20. "The pure Spirits inhabit certain worlds, but they aren't confined there, as the men on Earth;
they can, better than the others, be in every part." (188 of SB). "As the Spirit transports himself in
the rapidity of the thought, we can say that he sees every part of one time. His thought can irradiate
and be taken to many different points at the same time, but this faculty depends on his purity. The
less pure the Spirit is, the more limited his vision is. The superior Spirits alone can hug one all."
(247 of SB). "The Spirits penetrate all." (91 of SB). Jesus declared himself the Anointed (Messiah
in hebraic and Christ in greek) who would preach the good novel (Gospel in hebraic). The prophets
come from the star of Capella. They aren't well received on Earth because they are superior. They
aren't well received in Capella because they aren't silent. The Spirits of Capella only talk through
the thought. They don't allow sounds in Capella. Jesus talked about the foreign widow (the
phoenician, the samaritan) who was saved, because she didn't have sin and about the foreign arab.
The nazarenes filled themselves of anger because they hated the foreigners and condemned Jesus to
the death. They wanted salvation for the nazarenes and not for the ones who were without sin. None
is slave, but of the sin. They took him to the top of the abyss of the mount Tabor for killing him, but
as his hour still hadn't come, He fighted and went away. Those who wanted to kill him became very
impressed. Jesus, physician, saved himself from the arrest and the death. “You would desire
miracles; but God sows them to the plenteous mothers under your no, and you still will have the
men who deny him. Did the Christ himself convince you, his contemporaries, through the prodigies
which he accomplished? Don't you covet today the men who deny the dones more patent which
pass under their eyes? Don't you have who say that they don't believe, when they glaze themselves?
No; this isn't through the prodigies that God wants to reconvey the men; in his kindness, he wants to
leave to them the merit of convincing through the reason.” (802 of SB).
XIV - Jesus and the marvelous fishing of fishes and men
12 He heard that John (the Baptist) was arrested and went to Galilee.
13 He left Nazareth and came to live in Capernaum, which is at the lake, in the lands of Zebulun
and Naphtali.
14 For that the word of God which was spoken by the prophet Isaiah was fulfilled, saying:
15 The land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali, at the lake, across the Jordan, Galilee of the
foreigners.
16 The people who was in the darkness saw a great light. The light glitters to them who lived in the
region of the shadow of the death.
17 Jesus began to preach, saying: Repent you, because the kingdom of the heaven is the neighbor
(spouse of the opposed sex).
18 He walked at the lake of Galilee. He saw two brothers: Simon who is called Peter and Andrew,
his brother, casting a net in the lake; because they were fishers.
19 He said to them: Come after me and I will make you fishers of men.
20 They left the nets immediately and followed him.
21 He went and saw two other brothers: James, the son of Zebedee (means hedgerow-god, fence of
shrubs and trees), and John, his brother, in the boat with Zebedee, their father, mending their nets,
he called them.
22 They left the boat and their father immediately and followed him. (Matthew, IV, 12-22).
1 But she who was in anguish won't have melancholy. In the first times, he brought brawls to the
land of Zebulun and to the land of Naphtali; but in the last time, he will make the way of the lake
glorious, across the Jordan, Galilee of the nations.
2 The people who walked in the darkness saw a great light. The light shone above them who lodged
in the land of the shadow of the death.
3 You multiplied the nations. You increased their joy. They enjoy before you as they enjoy in the
harvest (chapter XI, 18). As the men reenjoy when they divide the assault.
4 You broke the headstall of his charge, the arm on his shoulder, the rod of his oppressor, as in the
day of Midian.
5 Cause all the weapons of the armed man in the battle and the bloody dresses will become fuel of
the fire.
6 Because a child was born to us, a son was given to us. The government will be on his shoulders.
His name will be: Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of the Peace. (Isaiah,
IX, 1-6).
19 Jesus said to Moses in Midian: Go, return until the Egypt. Cause all the men who desired your
Life are dead. (Exodus, IV, 19).
1 The multitude solicited to him for hearing the word of God while he stood at the lake of
GeNazareth.
2 He saw two boats attached to the lake. But the fishers were out of them. They were washing their
nets.
3 He entered in one of the boats, which was of Simon. He solicited to him for putting it a little out from the earth. He sat
down and taught the multitudes out of the boat.
4 When he stopped speaking, he said to Simon: Introduce out in the depth and climb down your
nets for fishing.
5 Simon answered: Master, we worked all the night, but we caught nothing: But because of your
word I will climb down the nets.
6 When they did this, they fished a great multitude of fishes. Their nets were ripping.
7 They called their associates in the other boat, for that they would come for helping them. They
came and filled both the boats. So they began to sink.
8 When Simon Peter saw the fishes, he fell in the knees of Jesus, saying: Lord! Be far from me
because I am a sinner.
9 Because he and all who were with him were amazed before the fishing.
10 Also James and John, sons of Zebedee, who were associates of Simon. Jesus said to Simon:
Don't fear. Since now you will be fisher of men.
11 They brought their boats until the land. They left all and followed him. (Luke, V, 1-11).
35 In the next day, John and two of his disciples stand.
36 He regarded Jesus while he walked. John said: Lo the Lamb of God! (chapter X).
37 The two disciples heard him and they followed Jesus.
38 Jesus turned and saw them following. He said to them: Whom do you regard? They said to him:
Rabbi (who means: Master), where do you live?
39 He said to them: Come and you will see. Therefore they came and saw where he lived. They
remained with him in that day. The hour was approximately the tenth (four of the afternoon).
40 One of the two who heard John (the Baptist) speak and followed him was Andrew, brother of
Simon Peter.
41 He met firstly his own brother Simon, and said to him: We met the Messiah (who means: Christ,
the Anointed; the Harvester in latin).
42 He brought him to Jesus. Jesus regarded him and said: You are Simon, the son of John: You will
be called Cephas (who means: Peter) (Peter means stone; Spirit from Ethiopia).
43 In the next day, he was going to Galilee and he met Philip. Jesus said to him: Follow me.
44 Philip was from Bethsaida (the house of the door of the tooth: mouth), the city of Andrew and
Peter.
45 Philip met Nathanael (associate of the God of the Christmas) and said to him: We met him, of
whom Moses and the prophets wrote in the law, Jesus from Nazareth, the son of Joseph.
46 Nathanael said to him: Can any good thing come from Nazareth? Philip said to him: Come and
see.
47 Jesus saw Nathanael coming to him. Jesus said about him: Lo a true israelite (descendant of
Israel), in whom guilt doesn't have!
48 Nathanael said to him: Where do you know me? Jesus answered to him: Before Philip called
you, I saw you when you were under the fig tree (chapter LXVI).
49 Nathanael answered him: Master, you are the Son of God. You are King of Israel.
50 Jesus answered to him: Do you believe because I said to you that I saw you under the fig tree?
You will see greater things than these.
51 He said to him: Truly, truly, I say to you: You will see the heaven opened and the angels of God
ascending and descending above the Son of the Man. (John, I, 35-51).
14 Now after the arrest of John, Jesus came until Galilee, preaching the Gospel of God.
15 Saying: The time is fulfilled. The kingdom of God is the neighbor (spouse of the opposed sex).
Repent and believe in the Gospel.
16 Passing along the lake of Galilee, he saw Simon and Andrew, the brother of Simon, casting the
net in the lake; because they were fishers.
17 Jesus said to them: Come after me and I will make you to become fishers of men.
18 Immediately they left the nets and followed him.
19 He went a little ahead and saw James, the son of Zebedee, and John, his brother, who also were
in the boat mending the nets.
20 He called them soon and they left their father Zebedee in the boat with the diarists. They went
after him. (Mark, I, 14-20).
21. Jesus was expelled from Nazareth and went to live in Capernaum. Jesus went until Bethsaida
which is city neighboring to Capernaum to meet John Evangelist, Peter and Andrew who were the
disciples who saw him to be baptized by John the Baptist and by the Holy Spirit. Jesus also met
James (my niece Daniele) and Herod Philip (tetrark and king of the Lake of the Galilee - Maria
Paula). Jesus taught the multitude, in the edge of the lake. But what did Jesus teach? Jesus taught
them to fish. Jesus said that they must be silent to attract the fish. If the fish imagined the presence
of the fisher, the fish would escape without eating the bait. The fear of the fish is natural. Jesus
ordered that they would make silence. When a shoal approached, Jesus ordered the fishers to cast
the net. Jesus didn't give fishes. Jesus taught to fish. Jesus taught to love out of the earth. No fishing
is more silent and efficacious than the transmigration. Jesus saw Nathanael fruiting a man in body
of women (fruitless fig tree). He was a true son of Israel. Nathanael didn't become disciple of Jesus
because appreciated women. Andrew appreciated women, but he also appreciated men. The fishes
symbolized the enrichment of those fishers. John and Peter were women in body of men. They
wanted to fish fishes and men. Jesus represented all who they wanted. The desire is natural and is in
the man.
XV - Cana's wedding anniversary
24 The man will leave his father and his mother and he will unite to his woman. They will be one
flesh. (Genesis, II, 24).
4 He answered: Didn't you read that the Creator made them man and woman since the beginning?
5 He said: Because of this, the man will leave his father and his mother and he will unite to his
woman. They two will become one flesh.
6 So they aren't two, but one flesh. Therefore God married them together, the man won't separate.
(Matthew, XIX, 4-6)
1 Three days after, a wedding anniversary (jubilee of the first coitus, copulation or sexual relation)
had in Cana of Galilee. The mother of Jesus was there.
2 Jesus and his disciples also were invited to the wedding anniversary.
3 When the wine finished, the mother of Jesus said to him: They have no wine.
4 Jesus said to her: Woman, what do I have to do with you? My hour yet didn't come.
5 His mother said to the servants: Do everything which he says to you.
6 Six waterpots of stone had for purification there according to the custom of the jews. Each one
had two or three barrels.
7 Jesus said to them: Fill the waterpots with water. They filled them until the edge.
8 He said to them: Remove now and take to the Master. They did it.
9 When the master of ceremonies enjoyed the water became wine. He didn't know from where it
came (but the servants who removed the water knew). The master of ceremonies called the fiancé.
10 He said to him: All man serves firstly the good wine and when the men drank freely, then, he
serves the worse wine. However you guarded the good wine until now.
11 Thus Jesus began his signs in Cana of Galilee. He manifested his glory and his disciples believed
in him.
12 After this, Jesus, his mother, his brothers and his disciples climb down until Capernaum. They
didn't remain many days there. (John, II, 1-12).
22. Cana was city neighboring Nazareth. The marriage is the sexual relation. Mary wanted to do
what she did when she was Mentor (The Odyssey). Many men wanted to fruit Penélope (Hera), the
wife of Ulisses, but only Mentor (Mary in body of man) succeeded, because he didn't drink wine.
Mary ordered obey to Jesus. Jesus ordered to place water in our body. Because our body is a temple
of water. Jesus ordered to send the water to the Master. Jesus is the Master. Jesus deceived
thedrunkards for making a joke and after charged the white wine of the fiancé. Jesus taught to love
the alcohol because we must love our enemies. The alcohol is one of the worse enemies of the man.
The alcohol causes diseases as melancholy and sexual impotence. Jesus, Mary and his brothers
were the waterpots. His disciples were the barrels of wine.
XVI - Dis-obsessions
21 They went until Capernaum. The day was just saturday. He entered in the synagogue and taught.
22 They were marveled before his teaching. Because he taught them as who has authority and not as
the registrars.
23 A man with an imperfect spirit had in their synagogue. He threatened:
24 What do we have to do with you, Jesus Nazarene (nose to the heaven)? Did you come for
destroying us? I know who you are: The Holy (pure in hebraic) of God!
25 Jesus reprehended him: Shut up your mouth and get out of this man.
26 The imperfect spirit danced him and shouting came out of him.
27 They were all stunned. They asked among themselves, saying: What is this? A new doctrine! He
commanded even the imperfect spirits with authority. And they obey to him.
28 His novel went out to everywhere until all the region around the Galilee.
29 Then he with James and John went out of the synagogue and came until the house of Simon and
Andrew. (Mark, I, 21-29).
33 A man had in the synagogue who had a spirit of an imperfect demon. He shouted aloud.
34 Ah! What do we have to do with you, Jesus Nazarene? Did you come for destroying us? I know
who you are: The Holy (pure) of God.
35 Jesus reprehended him: Shut up your mouth and get out of him. The demon cast him in the soil
in the middle of them, however he came out of him without hurting him.
36 The amazement came on all. They spoke in the same time, one with other, saying: What is this
word? Because he commanded the imperfect spirits with authority and might. And they got out.
37 They commented him in each place of the region around. (Luke, IV, 33-37).
23. The registrars were warm. Jesus was hot or cold (Revelation III, 16). Jesus talked to the
imperfect Spirits (obsessors) and dis-obsessed the mediums perturbed by them. Jesus didn't receive
imperfect Spirits in his body, cause if he made it he would become sick because of the bad fluids.
That demon was complaining because Jesus ordered to put water in the temple of the body (chapter
XV). Jesus ordered him to go out. He didn't obey, then God cast brilliant ruby light (88, I, of SB) in
the imperfect Spirit (chapter II of SB). "Does he have demons there in the meaning linked to this
word? If he had demons there, they would be the work of God, and would God be just and good
because he made the beings eternally devoted to the evil and with malaise? If he has demons there,
they reside in your inferior world and in similar others; these are the men little critics who makes of
a just God a perverse and revengeful God, and who believe to be agreeable to him through the
abominations which they commit in his name." (131 of SB). "Why do the imperfect Spirits impel us
to the evil? For making you suffer as they suffer." (465 of SB). "Cause the inferior Spirits come to
help you in the evil when you have will of committing it. They can help you in the evil when you
want the evil." (466 of SB). "Can we liberate us of the influence of the Spirits who solicit the evil to
us? Yes, cause they link themselves to these who solicit to them through their desires or attract
them through their thoughts." (467 of SB). "This domination never occurs without the consent of
that who suffers it, or for his weakness, or for his desire.” (474 of SB). "We ourselves can remove
the malicious Spirits and liberate us of their domination? We always can shake a headstall when we
have a will farm." (475 of SB). "The more we are good men, the more we have might over the
imperfect Spirits for removing them or over the good ones for attracting them. However, he will be
impotent if that who is subjugated isn't disposed. He has folks there who like a subordination which
eulogizes his gustos and desires." (476 of SB). "Study your proper imperfections for liberating
yourselves of them, this will be more useful to you than wanting to penetrate this who is
impenetrable." (14 of SB). "The origin of your harms is in yourself even." (Jesus Christ). "The
prayer is a potent succor in everything; but believe well that murmur some words isn't enough to
obtain this who we desire. God assists to these who act, and not to these who limit themselves to
ask for. Therefore, it is convenient that the obsessed makes of his rib what is necessary for
destroying in himself the cause which attracts the malicious Spirits." (479 of SB). "What is
convenient to think of the expulsion of the demons which is talked in the Gospel? This depends on
the interpretation. If you call demon to the malicious Spirit who subjugates an individual, when his
influence will be destroyed, he will be truly expelled." (480 of SB). The fluids of the malicious
Spirit cause sicknesses in the body: “We often esteem more the possessed, the epileptics or the
madmen who need physician more than the exorcism.” (474 of SB). "Physician, heal yourself
even." (Luke, IV, 23). None is physician, except who can heal himself even. The physician is who
has the temple of the body cleaned. The physician heals, but he becomes sick. “This is whom Jesus
learned to us in the sublime prayer of the Oration of the Home, when he makes us to say: ‘Don't let
us succumb to the temptation, but liberate us of the evil.’ (...). She shows him free to shake an
obsessing headstall, as he is free to close his house to the importunates;” (872 of SB). The house
is inviolable asylum of the individual, none can penetrate in her without consent of the dweller. All
we are free to avoid any person who is evil or whom we don't like, cause God authorizes us to
liberate ourselves of the malicious Spirit.
9 When you will come until the land which Jesus your God will give to you, you won't learn to do
the abominations of those peoples.
10 You won't meet with you anyone who makes his son or his daughter to pass through the fire
(chapter X, item 14), neither guesser of the future, wizard, magician or sorcerer.
11 Nor seducer, caller of spirits of the family, clarifier of signs or studious of deads.
12 Because all who does these things is an abomination to Jesus and because of these abominations
Jesus your God will remove them from before you.
13 Be perfect as Jesus your God. (Deuteronomy, XVIII, 9-13).
5 We will kill that prophet or that dreamer, because he preached the fall of Jesus your God, who
brought you from the land of Egypt, and liberated you of the house of the slavery, for seducing you
out of the way which Jesus your God commanded to go to you. Expel the evil from the middle of
you. (Deuteronomy, XIII, 5).
24. Passing through the fire is staying without orgasm. The parents must allow the marriage of their
sons. God doesn't guess the future. He makes the future. God doesn't make tricks. The acts of God
are true. God doesn't seduce the inferior Spirits. The inferior Spirits worship Him. God doesn't
study the Spirits inferior to Him. All who make these things will have obsession. Jesus climbed
down from the heaven. He removed the jew people from the Egypt and, in the desert, the jew
people learned to keep the temple of the body cleaned for expelling the demons (slavery). Because
there the jews only ate what Jesus gave to them.
37 His fame ran each place of the region around.
38 He left the synagogue and entered in the house of Simon. The mother-in-law of Simon was sick
with a great fever. They asked for him for her.
39 He stood above her and reprehended the fever. It left her and immediately she stood up and
served them.
40 In the vespertine crepuscule, all they who had any sick with several diseases brought them to
him. He put his hands above each one of them and healed them.
41 Also the demons went out of many, shouting: You are the Son of God! Bu he reprehended them
cause they spoke. Because they knew that he was the Christ.
42 When it was day, he went out and went until a desert place. However the multitudes regarded to
him and came to him. They asked for him to stay.
43 But he said to them: I must preach the good novel of the kingdom of God to the other cities too.
Because I was sent for this.
44 He was preaching in the synagogues of Galilee. (Luke, IV, 37-44).
29 When they went from the synagogue, they came until the house of Simon and Andrew, with
James and John.
30 The mother-in-law of Simon was sick of a fever. They told of her to him.
31 He came and took her hand. The fever left her. She stood up and served them.
32 When the sun hid, they brought all who were sick and them who were possessed by demons to
him.
33 All the city was rejoined before the door.
34 He healed many who were sick of different diseases. He expelled many demons. He prohibited
the demons of speaking that they knew him.
35 In the dawn, he stood up and went out. He went until a desert place. There he prayed.
36 Simon and they who were with him searched him.
37 They met him and said to him: All are searching you.
38 He said to them: Let us go elsewhere until the next cities, for that I can preach there too; because
I came for this end.
39 He went until their synagogues across all Galilee, preaching and expelling demons. (Mark, I, 29-
39).
14 When Jesus entered in the house of Peter, he saw his mother-in-law lying sick of a fever.
15 He touched her hand and the fever left her. She stood up and served him.
16 When it was nightfall, they brought many possessed by demons to him. He expelled the spirits
through the word (prayer). He healed all who were sick.
17 For that the word spoken through the prophet Isaiah could be fulfilled: He took our pains in him.
He carried our sicknesses. (Matthew, VIII, 14-17).
4 Surely he took our pains in him. He carried our sicknesses. Although we thought that he was
confused, wounded by God and oppressed. (Isaiah, LIII, 4).
23 Jesus visited all the Galilee (wings of roosters). He taught in their synagogues and preached the
Gospel of the kingdom. He healed all the diseases among the people.
24 His novel went until all the Syria (Arabia). They brought to him all who were sick, with many
diseases and torments, possessed by imperfect spirits (demons), epileptics and paralytics. He healed
them. (Matthew, IV, 23-24).
25. Peter liked his mother-in-law very much because she wanted to finish the marriage of her
daughter with him. Peter didn't like woman. Jesus reprehended the Spirit who transmitted the fever.
God irradiated brilliant ruby in the Spirit. After Jesus preached for Himself, for the mother-in-law
of Peter and for the obsessing Spirit. Jesus touched the mother-in-law of Peter for cleaning her of
the fluids of the obsessor. Finally Jesus went to the desert to preach for purifying himself of the
fluids of the obsessing Spirit. "If you accuse the demon because of a sickness, when you gold to
heal the sickness, you will also say that you expelled the demon." (480 of SB). In the desert, Jesus
did the same thing with the multitude. However, he didn't touch them for not dis-purifying Himself.
The desert is the symbol of the place where we make fast.
XVII - The preaching on the mountain - The Beatitudes
24 His novel went until all the Syria (Arabia). They brought to him all who were sick, with many
diseases and torments, possessed by imperfect spirits (demons), epileptics and paralytics. He healed
them.
25 Great multitudes followed him from Galilee, Decapolis (ten cities from Damascus until
Philadelphia), Jerusalem and Judaea beyond the Jordan (Perea).
1 He saw the multitudes and he climbed up until the mountain (Tabor). When he sat down, their
disciples came to him:
2 He opened his mouth and taught them, saying:
3 Well-beatified are the modest spirits. Because theirs is the kingdom of the heavens.
4 Well-beatified are the weepyers. Because they will be consoled.
5 Well-beatified are the peaceful spirits. Because they will inherit the ground.
6 Well-beatified are the starving and the thirsty of justice. Because they will be sated.
7 Well-beatified are the forgivers. Because they will be forgiven.
8 Well-beatified are the pure of heart. Because they will see God.
9 Well-beatified are the pacificators. Because they will be called sons of God.
10 Well-beatified are the persecuted by the justice. Because the kingdom of the heaven is theirs.
11 Well-beatified you are when you will be injured and persecuted because of me and when
someone denounce you lying.
12 Reenjoy and be very happy, because your recompense will be great in the heaven, because like
you, the prophets were persecuted by your great-grandfathers. (Matthew, IV, 24 to V, 12).
17 He came from the top with them and stood on a plane place. Many his disciples, a great
multitude of the people of all Judaea and Jerusalem, and of the maritime coast of Tyre (Phoenicia)
and Sidon (Phoenicia)
18 came for hearing him and for being healed of their sicknesses. They were tormented by impure
spirits, but they were healed.
19 The entire multitude wanted to touch him because might emanated from him. He healed them
all.
20 He fixed his eyes on his disciples and said: Well-beatified are the poors. Because the kingdom of
God is yours.
21 Well-beatified are the ones who are hungry now. Because you will be sated. Well-beatified are
you who weep now. Because you will laugh.
22 Well-beatified you are when the men will hate you. And when they will expel you from their
association. And when they will injure you. And when they will reject your name as unworthy
because of the Son of the Man.
23 Reenjoy in that day and be very happy, because your recompense is great in the heaven. Because
your great-grandfathers did the same to the prophets.
24 But ouch! of you who are rich! Because you have your consolation.
25 Ouch! of you who are glutton! Because you will be hungry. Ouch! of you who laughs now!
Because you will weep and repent!
26 Ouch! of you when all the men will speak well of you! Because your great-grandfathers did the
same to the false prophets. (Luke, VI, 17-26).
26. Jesus returned to the mount Tabor, where the nazarenes tried to kill him (chapter XIII). Jesus
wants that we be modest. He doesn't want that we fight for lands. "When her Spirit will be more
obfuscated by the (divine) matter and by His perfection, she will communicate with God, then she
will see Him and will comprehend Him." (11 of SB). "For the Spirits all is uncovered, above all
when they are perfect. They can go away, but they see themselves always. Ceci, however, isn't an
absolute rule, cause certain Spirits can very well become invisible to other Spirits, if they judge
useful to do it." (283 of SB). The more pure the Spirit is, greater is his capability of seeing the
others. The kingdom of the heavens is for all, cause the Spirit is eternal. The Spirits more impure go
to the abysses of the depths of the Earth. Many spheres of dwelling have in the heavens and the
superior Spirits go to the other stars where they can see God. "God imposes the incarnation to the
Spirits to the end of making them reach the perfection. For the ones it is an expiation; for the others,
it is a mission. But for reaching this perfection, they must suffer all the changes of the corporal
existence: this is there who is the expiation (Jesus)." (132 of SB). "Why does God give the wealthes
and the might to ones, and the misery to others? For tasting them each one of a different manner.
Besides, you know that these proofs are the Spirits themselves who choose them, and often they
succumb there." (814 of SB). "You yourself chose your taste: the more she is rigorous, the more
you support her, the more you elevate yourself. Those there who pass their Life in the abundance
and in the human success are the loose Spirits who remain stationed. Thus, the number of the poors
predominates of beautiful coup over the number of the happy ones of this world, cause the Spirits
want, in bigger number, the tastes who will be more fruitful to them. They see excessively well the
inutility of your greatnesses and of your gaieties. Besides, the Life more happy is always agitated,
always tormented, would it be thus through the absence of the pain?" (866 of SB). "Know well still
that this who seems an evil to you isn't always an evil. Often, a well must leave who will be greater
than the evil." (532 of SB). "Besides, God can change the order of the nature to the degree of each
one, cause this who is a great evil in your petty point of view and in that of your passing Life is
often a great well in the general order of the universe." (663 of SB). "You mourn. Observe well the
assembly and you will see that he advances, cause he comprehends better this who is evil, and that
he reforms the mistakes at each day. The excess of the evil is convenient for making to comprehend
the necessity of the well and of the reforms." (784 of SB). "Can the Spirits make us obtain the gifts
of the wealth, if we solicit clothes to them? Sometimes, as taste, but often they refuse, as we refuse
to a child who makes an imprudent request." (533 of SB). "Are the good or the malicious Spirits
who agree with these gifts? The ones and the others; this depends on the intention, but more often
they are the Spirits who want to sequestrate you in the evil and who find there an easy mean in the
gaieties of who searches the wealth." (533, I, of SB). "That who calls in his aid the Spirits for
obtaining from them the gifts of the wealth or any other favor whispers against the Providence; he
renounces to the mission which he received and to the tastes who he must suffer here in the down
side, and he will suffer the consequences of the future Life. This doesn't signify that his soul must
(never!) devote herself to the malaise; but that in place of disjoining of the matter, he penetrates
there more and more, lo he golds ah! in the orgasm over the earth, but he doesn't gold in the world
of the Spirits, even these who he ransomed through novels tastes can be greater and more painful.
Cause of his love of the material gaieties, he introduces himself under the dependence of the impure
Spirits. An existent silent Passion between them and him conducts him to his downfall, but that
always is easy to him to rip with the assistance of the good Spirits, if he has a fifth volition." (550 of
SB). "How explaining the luck which favors certain people in the circumstances where the volition
and the intelligence are for nothing: in the gamble, for example? Certain people choose to promote
certain lucks of pleasure. The luck which favors them is a temptation. That who gains as man
loses as Spirit. It is a taste for his pride and for his ambition." (865 of SB). God also talks to us of
the law of action and reaction: "They will be reborn in an existence where they will suffer all this
which they made suffer." (807 of SB). “The malicious rich will ask for alms there and he will be
victim of all the privations of the misery. The proud will suffer all the humiliations. That who
abuses of his authority and treats his subordinates with disdain and suffering there will be forced to
obey to a Master more sufferer than he is.” (983 of SB). "The wealth is often a taste more dangerous
than the misery." (925 of SB). "The evils of this world are in reason of the illusory necessities
which you create to you. That who limits his desires and looks without envy this who is above him,
economizes well the disillusionments inside this Life. The more rich is that who has less
necessities. You envy the orgasms of these who seem the happy of the world to you; but do you
know who is reserved for them? If they enjoy only for them, they are selfish, then the inverse will
come. Lament them quickly. God allows sometimes that the evil prosper, but his welfare is not of
envying, because he will pay it with bitter tears. If he is just and unhappy, this is a taste which will
be accounted to him if he support her with courage. Remember you of these words of Jesus: Happy
these who suffer, cause they will be consoled." (926 of SB, Paul apostle). The pure Spirits with
much less make much more. Jesus made two preachings: one in the top to the disciples and other in
the plane place to the others. In that day, Herod Arklaus, the Father, was there in Spirit and Truth
and he transmigrated only with Live (Ceci) who was there. Live saw her twin soul (Herod Arklaus)
and she loved him. She was virgin and wasn't sick. Jesus touched the people and cured them with
plants. All who dies carries the defects of the body to the heaven. The pure Spirits aren't covetous,
neither ambitious. They search to have only the things really necessary and useful. The priority of
the pure Spirits is using correctly the money and not to spend it with unnecessary things or which
causes any evil. Auto-pass: 1) transversal crossed passes from top to bottom and from bottom to the
top, crossing the center of the body - disperse the fluids (black and white lights); 2) longitudinal
passes from the top to bottom and from bottom to the top, following the line of the legs - regularize
the current fluid - must surpass the extremities for discharging the fluids; 3) left hand smooth to the
top, right hand smooth above the center of the head - close the hands; 4) left hand smooth to the
bottom, right hand with the palm in the direction of the anus. * The left-handed persons must do the
auto-pass using the other hand because of the exchange of the cerebral hemispheres. Cleaning of
reincarnations: hands smooth to the front to the top (capture of the golden heavenly brilliant light)
or to the bottom (capture of the black terrestrial brilliant light).
22 The eyes are the lamp of the body: If your eyes are good, your whole body will be luminous.
23 But if your eyes are evil, your whole body will be full in the darkness. Therefore the light which
is in you will be dark, how the darkness will be great! (Matthew, VI, 22-23).
13 You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt will lose her taste, will we salt with whom? You will
be good for none, except for being cast and trodden by the feet of the men.
14 You are the light of the world. The city introduced on the mount can't be hidden.
15 Neither the men light a candle for putting her under the fuel, but on the candelabrum. She will
shine to all who are in the house.
16 Thus let your light shine before the men for that they can see your good work. They will give the
Glory to your Father who is in the heavens. (Matthew, V, 13-16).
34 The salt is surely good; but if the salt will lose her taste, how her taste will be able to be re-
cured?
35 The salt doesn't serve for the land neither for the garbage. The men cast her out. The one who
has ears to hear, listen to it. (Luke, XIV, 34-35).
26 Therefore don't fear them because none is hidden, who won't be dreamed, neither occult, who
won't be known.
27 What I tell you in the darkness, speak in the plenary light. What you hear in the ear, publish on
the roof. (Matthew, X, 26-27).
16 None when he lights a candle, he covers her with a vase or puts her under a bed; but he
introduces her in a candelabrum, for that they can enter for seeing the light.
17 No woman is occult, who won't be shown; neither any body is secret who won't be known, nor
will come to the light.
18 Pay attention in the voice who you listen to, because she will be given to him who has, she will
be taken from any him who doesn't have, even when he think that he has her. (Luke, VIII, 16-18).
21 He said to them: Is the male candle brought to be put under the fuel, or under the bed? Doesn't
the candle come to be introduced in the female candelabrum?
22 No woman is hidden except for being manifested; neither any body is secret, that she won't come
to the light. (Mark, IV, 21-22).
12 Again Jesus spoke to them: I AM the light of the world: He who follows me won't walk in the
darkness, but he will have the female light of the Life. (John, VIII, 12).
27. Jesus doesn't want that we be indifferent to the Life. He wants that our Life have taste. "The
welfare (health) is a natural desire. God defends the abuse of the welfare, because the abuse is
contrary to the conservation; he doesn't want that we be indifferent to the Life. He wants that our
Life have taste. "The welfare (health) is a natural desire. God defends the abuse of the welfare,
because the abuse is contrary to the conservation; He doesn't make a crime of researching the
welfare (health), if this welfare isn't acquired in the expenses of anyone, and if he doesn't weaken
neither your moral forces, neither your physical forces." (719 of the SB). That we pass through all
the experiences for learning. That we have love for the well lived Life. "The Spirits are, if you want,
a flame, a flash or a heavenly splinter." (88 of the SB). "For you, her color varies from the cloudy to
the bright of the ruby according to the Spirit is more or less pure." (88, I, of the SB). The good
Spirits (fifth class) begin simple, ignorant and mat white until they become superior Spirits (second
class); for after they become pure Spirits with the golden bright light (golden star in the head - 1ª
class). The imperfect Spirits (sixth class) begin simple, ignorant and mat white until they become
impure and malicious Spirits (tenth class); for after they become pure Spirits (black bright Spirits
with black points which are transformed in black snakes in the head). The pure Spirits can
transform themselves in Spirits absolutely pure and bad. Our perispirits are made of electrons (fluid
or electric, magnetic or nervous current, which rove our neurons) and photons of light. We are
beings of light. "However, the Spirit reflects in the body. Certainly the body is matter, but though of
this he is modeled above the capacities of the Spirit who prints a certain character, mainly over the
face, and it is with truth that we design the eyes as the mirror of the soul; this means, the face
reflects more particularly the soul." (217 of the SB). If we are good we will never have sicknesses,
but if we accumulate hates, revenges, sores, repents, selfish, greediness, avarice, covetousness,
jealousy, vices and defects in our hearts we will be printing malefactions to our body. We must feel
these emotions without being violent, for cleaning our Spirit. The intelligent Spirit always can be
reborn in a beautiful or less beautiful body cause who can more can less. "The good girls are shy.
When they will want, they will took from the top." (932 of the SB). Mary loves me even when she
is angry of me. She doesn't want that we are shy. She wants that we show our value, our authority.
And she wants that we teach that what we have to teach. However Emmanuel makes spiritual sex
only with his twin soul: Live. The pure Spirits are able of all the facial expressions, of all the human
feelings which an actor-personage can communicate. "The sight of the Spirit penetrate this who you
can't penetrate. Nothing obscures him." (248 of the SB). "Often they know this who you want to
hide of yourselves, neither acts, nor thoughts can be dissimulated to them." (457 of the SB). "Don't
think in hiding anything of the guardian angels, cause they have the sight of God, and you can sulk
them." (495 of the SB). We don't have private Life. All that we do and even we think can be
observed by the pure Spirits superior than us.
17 Don't think that I came for revoking the Law or the Prophets. I didn't come for revoking, but to
fulfil.
18 Truly I say to you: Even the heaven and the earth will pass, neither one jot nor one tittle will
never pass from the law, until all the things will be fulfilled.
19 Who disobey one of these least commandments, and teach men to do this, will be called least in
the kingdom of the heavens; but who obey and teach them will be called great in the kingdom of the
heavens.
20 Because I say to you: If your justice won't outstrip a lot the justice of the registrars and
pharisees, you will never enter in the kingdom of the heavens. (Matthew, V, 17-20).
17 But the heaven and the earth to pass is easier than one tittle of the Law fall. (Luke, XVI, 17).
28. Jesus came to fulfil the divine or natural law. "The natural law is the law of God. She is the
unique true law for the happiness of the man. She indicates what he must do or he must not do. He
is unhappy because he separates of her." (614 of SB). "All the laws of the Nature are divine laws,
because God is the author of all. The scientist studies the laws of the matter, the man of the good
studies the laws of the soul and practises them." (617 of SB). Jesus didn't come to change the
prophets. He doesn't intend to change the texts of the Bible. He wants that all that was prophesied
be fulfilled. But, that who disobey the commandments of the ancient testament will be considered
the least, the most humble in the kingdom of the heavens. God wants that we be great, proud,
superb and pedant for chastening the sinners. God wants that we be modest, the minimums, the least
for being loved. All we sin and suffer the law of action and reaction, for this we are chastened by
the consequences of our sins. According to the law we can disobey her and even thus we won't
disobey her because we will be chastened.
13 You won't kill. (Exodus, XX, 13).
17 You won't kill. (Deuteronomy, V, 17).
21 You heard what was said to the great-great-grandfathers: You won't kill and who kill will be
judged.
22 However I say to you: Each one who, without cause (motive), feel anger against his brother will
be judged. Everyone who insults his brother will be in the court. Who will say: 'You are fool!' will
be in the flames. (Matthew, V, 21-22).
4 And he received them on his hands. He modeled it with a graver. He made a fused calf of gold.
Then they said: Israel! These are your gods who brought you out from the country of Egypt.
5 And when Aaron saw this, he built an altar before it. And Aaron proclaimed: Tomorrow will be a
feast to the Lord.
6 And they stood up early in the morning. They offered roasted animals and brought peaceful
offerings. The people sat down for eating and drinking. After they stood up for amusing themselves.
(Exodus, XXXII, 4-6).
25 And when Moses saw that the people were nude, because Aaron left them nude for shame
before their enemies,
26 then Moses stood in the gate of the camp, and said: Who is with the Lord, come to me. And all
the sons of Levi united to him.
27 And he said to them: The Lord, the God of Israel, said thus: Put your sword in the side of each
man. Pass and pass from door to door of the camp. Each man kill his brother. Each man kill his
friend. Each man kill his spouse.
28 And the sons of Levi did according to the word of Moses. And about three thousand men of the
people fell in that day. (Exodus, XXXII, 25-28).
2 I AM the Lord, your God, who removed you from the land of Egypt, from the house of the
bondage.
3 You won't have other gods before me.
4 You won't make sculpture for you, nor anything similar which is above in the heavens, neither on
the earth, nor which is in the water, under the earth.
5 You won't kneel yourselves before them, neither serve them; because I, the Lord, your God, am a
jealous God. I visit the injustice of the fathers on the descendants, until the third and the fourth
generation of them who hate me. (Exodus, XX, 2-5).
29. Moses ordered to kill because he was executing the law of destruction: "Will the necessity of
the destruction always exist among the men over the earth? The need of the destruction weakens in
the man in the measure in what the Spirit becomes angry against the matter. Because you see the
horror against the destruction after the intellectual and moral development." (733 of SB). Firstly the
necessity of the destruction comes, after the anger, the destruction, the intellectual and moral
development and finally the horror against the destruction. God doesn't want that we kill like Moses
did for punishing those who made feasts to idols. Killing is impossible because the Spirit is eternal,
but our body came from the dust and will return to the dust. In the nature nothing loses itself,
nothing creates itself, everything transforms itself. The good Spirits must hold the anger and the
imperfect Spirits must feel the anger. We mustn't bruise or insult the twin soul. The penalty is
always proportional to the crime.
15 If your brother sin against you, go and discuss his fault with him alone. If he hear you, you
gained your brother.
16 But if he doesn't hear you, take one or two more with you. That each word can be confirmed
through the mouth of two or three witnesses.
17 And if he refuse to hear them, call him to the assembly. If he also refuse to hear the assembly,
consider him as a foreigner and a public servant. (Matthew, XVIII, 15-17).
26 Therefore don't fear them because none is hidden, who won't be dreamed, neither occult, who
won't be known.
27 What I tell you in the darkness, speak in the plenary light. What you hear in the ear, publish on
the roof. (Matthew, X, 26-27).
2 But nothing is covered, that won't be revealed. Or hidden, that won't be known.
3 Everything you say in the darkness will be heard in the light. What you speak in the ear in the
closed room will be proclaimed on the roofs. (Luke, XII, 2-3).
23 If you are offering your offer to the altar, and there you remember that your brother has
something against you,
24 leave there your offer before the altar, and go firstly to reconcile yourself to your brother, and
then come and offer your offer.
25 Make an agreement with your adversary rapidly, while you are with him in the way. For
that the adversary doesn't deliver you to the judge, and the judge doesn't deliver you to the
officer, and you won't be arrested in the jail.
26 Truly I say to you: You won't go out, without paying the last cent. (Matthew, V, 23-26).
54 And he also said to the multitudes: When you see a cloud arising in the west, so you say: The
rain there and thus it happens.
55 And when you see a south wind blowing, you say: There the heat comes and thus it happens.
56 Little critics! You know how to interpret the face of the earth and the heaven. But how come you
don't know to interpret this time?
57 And why don't you judge yourselves what is right?
58 When you are going with your adversary until the magistrate, endeavor in making him
desist in the way; for that he doesn't bring you to the magistrate, and the magistrate won't
deliver you to the officer, and the officer won't throw you in the jail.
59 I say to you: You won't go out from there, without paying the last cent. (Luke, XII, 54-59).
1 God guards in the assembly of God. He judges among the gods.
2 Until when will you judge unjustly respecting the one who doesn't believe?
3 Judge the weak and the orphan. Do justice to the afflicted and to the indigent.
4 Save the weak and the needy. Unroot them from the hand of the one who doesn't believe.
5 They know nothing neither they understand. They walk from darkness to darkness. All the
foundations of the earth trembles.
6 I said: You are gods, all you are sons of the Supreme.
7 However you will die like men and you will succumb like any of the princes.
8 Stand up, God! Judge the earth, because you will inherit all the nations. (Psalm LXXXII).
1 In that occasion, some of the people told to him about the galilaeans, whose blood Pilate blended
with their proper sacrifices (crucifixions).
2 But he answered to them: Do you think that these galilaeans were sinners than all the other
galilaeans, because they suffered these things?
3 I tell to you: They weren't. But, if you don't repent, you all will perish likewise.
4 The tower in Siloam (means Cross - Isaiah, VIII, 6) fell on those eighteen, killing them. Do you
think that they were more guilt than all the other men who lived in Jerusalem?
5 I tell to you: They weren't. But, if you don't repent, you all will perish likewise. (Luke, XIII, 1-5).
30. "In your world where so many men don't practise the law of justice, each one uses reprisals.
And this is the tumult and the confusion of your society. The social life gives the rights and imposes
the reciprocal duties." (877 of SB). God doesn't want that we make the justice with our proper
hands. We mustn't use of personal reprisals. We must take to the knowledge of the society the
crimes which are practised against us, for that the society judges and makes justice. Never us. “But,
we can say, in general thesis: Each one is punished like he sinned.” (Allan Kardec, 973 of SB). And
if we practise some crime against the brother, we must run to him for asking for pardon. We must
repent of our sins. None is free of the Godly Justice. Through the preaching of the mountain many
persons knew that Jesus was expelled from Nazareth of Galilee, because of this Pilate ordered to
crucify galilaeans.
14 You won't commit adultery. (Exodus, XX, 14).
27 You heard what was said: You won't commit adultery:
28 but I say to you: The one who looks to a woman and desires her, already committed adultery
with her in his heart. (Matthew, V, 27-28).
31. "The polygamy is a human law whose abolition marks a social progress. The marriage,
according to the sights of God, has to be founded on the affection of the beings who unite
themselves. With the polygamy he doesn't have real affection; he has sensuality." (701 of SB). The
simple and ignorant Spirit unites only for sensuality. After his sensuality diminishes and he passes
to marry to a unique woman. More developed he unites for affection. The man improves himself
and creates the love: "Love one to the others; lo all the divine law per what God governs the worlds.
The love is the law of attraction for the living and organized beings. The attraction is the law of love
for the organic matter." (Vincent de Paul, 888, I, of SB). Moses prohibited us of adulterating
carnally because of our jealousy which makes us to hate the adulterer; besides, our fleshly abuse
makes us to contract sexual transmissible diseases like the AIDS. The sensuality which makes us
desire the twin soul of other is proper of our imperfections, of our materiality. We must forgive the
adultery. Who of us did never carry sensuality in the heart? Who of us can condemn the adulteress
and throw stones on her? We must forgive and be clement. "I say to you that the religion is on the
lips, but not in the heart of that who makes profession of worshiping the Christ, but who is proud,
envious and jealous, hard and not silentable with other, or ambitious of the goods of this world.”
(654 of SB). The marriage and the sexual relation must occur only between twin souls. "The
marriage, the eternal union between two beings, is contrary to the law of the nature? The eternal
union of the twin souls is a progress in the walk of the humanity." (695 of SB). "Live, twin soul of
my soul, flower of light of my life, sublime star fallen from the beauties of the immensity!... When I
erred in the world sad and alone, in my way, you arrived slowly, and filled my heart. You came in
the blessing of the gods, from the godly clarity, to weave my happiness, in smiles of splendor!...
You are my infinite treasure. I swear eternal covenant to you. Because I am your hope as you are all
my love." (Emmanuel, Two thousand years ago, psycographed by Francisco Cândido Xavier). "323
- Is the theory of the twin souls a truth? In the holy mystery of the life, each heart possesses his twin
soul, godly companion for the voyage to the glorious immortality in the Infinite (∞ - chapter II, 2).
The twin souls are created one to the other and they search themselves always that they are separate.
The eternal union is the supreme and indefinable aspiration for them. Thousands of beings, if
misguided in the crime or in the inconscience, experiment the separation of the souls who sustain
them, as the most harsh and painful probation, and, in the drama of the more uncleared existences,
we always see the eternal attraction of the souls who love themselves more intimately, evolving
ones to the others, in an eddy of anguishing anxieties, attraction which is superior to all the
conventional expressions of the terrestrial life. When they meet themselves, in the heap of the
human works, they feel themselves in the possession of the real happiness for their hearts - of the
venture of their union, which they wouldn't exchange for all the empires of the world." (Emmanuel,
"The Consoler", psychographer Francisco Cândido Xavier, page 185, item 323). "325 - Is the
attraction of the twin souls characteristic trace of all the planes of fight on the Earth? The universe
is the infinite plane which the godly thought populated of unlimited and untranslatable beauties. For
all us, the first instant of the creation of the being is dived in a soft mystery, thus as also the deep
and inexplicable attraction which drags a twin soul to the other is dived in the institute of the works,
of the experiences and of the proofs, in the infinite way of the time. The liaison of the twin souls
reposes for our relative knowledge, in the godly intentions, fathomless in their holy origin,
constituting the vital interest of the creatures for the edifications of the life. Separate or united, in
the experiences of the world, the twin souls walk, anxious, for the supreme union and harmony,
until that they unite themselves, in the spiritual plane, where they rejoin themselves for ever in the
most sublime expression of the divine love, deep finality of all the cogitations of the being, in the
labyrinth of the destiny." (Emmanuel, "The Consoler", item 325). The twin souls have opposed
poles since the positive and negative electrons which are in the same orbital (chapter II, 2). "In what
sense must we comprehend the word half (woman) which certain Spirits use for signing the
sympathetic Spirits? The expression is inexact. If a Spirit was the half of another, separate of that he
would be incomplete." (299 of SB). Thus the twin souls are Spirits who have their individuality and
opposed polarity, united per a magnetic nonbreakable thread. Each being, each Spirit has his own
irreplaceable twin soul of the opposed sex. Separating the twin souls that are infinitely destined one
to the other is impossible. We mustn't search the twin soul per the courting or kissing persons of the
opposed sex cause such process causes immense grieves in the Spirit who sleeping meets his twin
soul in the space of the Spirits. Thus all sexual relation or union even inside the marriage constitutes
adultery when it isn't done with the twin soul. The woman must meet her twin soul asking to the
man for masturbating secretly and if she feel the orgasm with him, he is her twin soul and she is his
twin soul.
29 And if your right eye scandalizes you, unroot it, and cast it from you. That one of your members
perishes is better for you than your whole body be cast in the hell.
30 And if your right hand scandalizes you, cut it, and cast it from you. That one of your members
perishes is better for you than your whole body go to the hell. (Matthew, V, 29-30).
22 The eyes are the lamp of the body. If your eyes are good, your whole body will be white.
23 But if your eyes are evil, your whole body will be black. If the light which is in you is black,
how the darkness is great! (Matthew, VI, 22-23).
33 After lightening a lamp none puts it under a vase, neither under the fuel, but on the candelabrum,
for that who enter can see the light.
34 The lamp of your body is your eyes. When your eyes are good, your whole body is also white;
but when they are evil, your body is also black.
35 Observe that your light don't be black.
36 If your whole body is golden; without any black, it will be wholly resplendent, as the lamp when
it illuminates with whole light. (Luke, XI, 33-36).
32. When you see the sensuality (nudity) of the others, does your eye scandalize you? Or are the
others who scandalize you, but your eye doesn't scandalize you? I don't believe that you will cut
your eye because of the scandal (nudity) of the others. Have a good eye and forgive. Did your hand
active the sensuality of your body? Did it scandalize you? Didn't it?! Be clement. Forgive yourself
and don't cut your hand. "Instead of reproaching the imperfections of others, see if we can say the
same things about you. Therefore, endeavor in having the opposite qualities to the defects which
you criticize in the others, this is the way of you become superior. Do you reproach his avarice? Be
generous. Do you reproach the pride? Be humble and modest. Do you reproach the hardness? Be
soft. Do you reproach them for acting little? Act a lot in all your actions. In a word, make in anyway
that we can apply this word of Jesus: 'He sees a mote in the eye of the spouse, but he doesn't see a
beam in the family.” (903 of SB). Make to go out of your eyes the jet of light of the clemency.
Don't make frown. Smile. Let everybody see the light that goes out of your eyes. The nature doesn't
jump. From little to little the people learn to control the sensuality.
31 God also said: Who separate himself of his spouse, will give a letter of divorcement to her.
32 But I say to you that each one who separate of his spouse, except because of the prostitution,
facilitates her adultery; and who will marry her will commit adultery. (Matthew, V, 31-32).
33. "Is the absolute indissolubility of the marriage in the law of the nature or only in the human
law? It is a human law very contrary to the law of nature. But the men can change their laws;
however, the laws of the nature are in-silentable solitaries." (697 of SB). All we have a unique twin
soul for practicing sexual relations eternally, but it can happen that we marry to another person in
one or another life. This is adultery. Then our twin soul must marry to the twin soul of this
adulterous person with whom we married for that we pay our sexual debt and we can suffer the
result of our sin. We can feel love for any being or person, but we must not practice the sexual
relation with person who isn't our twin soul. Keeping sexual relations only with the twin soul is
always the best.
16 You won't witness falsely against your spouse. (Exodus, XX, 16).
33 You also heard what was said to the great-great-grandfathers: You won't witness falsely, but you
will fulfill straightly your oaths to the Lord.
34 But I say to you: Swear noway; neither for the heaven where the throne of God is;
35 nor for the earth which is the footstool of his feet; nor for Jerusalem which is the city of the great
King.
36 Neither you will swear for your head, because your black hair can become white.
37 But make your speech be: Yes, yes; no, no. More than this is of the evil one. (Matthew, V, 33-
37).
34. God wants that we injure none, witnessing lyingly, defaming. We must witness impartially the
truth which we know without making judgements. The witness mustn't judge. He must say: Yes, I
saw such action; or no, I didn't hear. And only. “It has more greatness and true honor in
confessing ourselves guilty if we committed an injustice, or in forgiving if we have reason, and in
despising the insults which can't reach us in any case.” (Allan Kardec, 759, I, of SB). We must
speak little for erring little when we speak.
24 Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot.
25 Burning for burning, wound for wound, coup for coup. (Exodus, XXI, 24-25).
15 You won't steal. (Exodus, XX, 15).
19 Neither you will steal. (Deuteronomy, V, 19).
38 You heard that God said: An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.
39 But I say to you: Don't resist in doing the evil; but if someone slap you on your right cheek,
turn the other to him too.
40 And if any man litigate with you and take away your coat, let him take your cape too.
41 And if someone obliges you to walk one mile, go with him two.
42 Give to him who asks to you and don't turn your back to the one who wants to lend from you.
(Matthew, V, 38-42).
29 Offer the other cheek also to him who beat in you. If someone takes away your coat, let him take
also your cape.
30 Give to each one who asks for you. If someone take away your goods, don't demand for them.
(Luke, VI, 29-30).
34 If you lend to them of whom you hope to receive, which reward is yours? Even the sinners lend
to the sinners, to receive again. (Luke, VI, 34).
35. God preaches the no-violence. Fort isn't who punches more people, but who supports more
humiliations, feeling less anger. If the assailant take away your watch, give also your wrap to him.
We are ironic! If the thief beats in you, don't complain, hush; cause if you complain, he will punch
you. Don't do this for love to him, but for that he doesn't use more violence against you. If someone
wants to lament the difficulties of his Life, will you listen to all? Do you think that you have to
tolerate all the people?! Be creditor of the divine law. If someone makes the evil, wait his
repentance, forgive and acquire a credit attached to him. Remember that everyone who lends has to
return. Everyone who gives must receive. Remember: all has a cause. We made the evil in the past
and we must pay again. Everyone who lends money must receive with interests.
43 You heard that God said: You will love your spouse, but you will hate your enemy.
44 But I say to you: Love your enemies and pray for them who persecute you.
45 Become sons of your Father who is in the heaven; because he makes his sun to be born to the
good ones and to the evil ones, and he sends rain to the just and to the unjust.
46 If you love them who love you, what reward do you have? Don't the publican servants make the
same too?
47 If you salute only your brothers, what do you make better than the others? Don't the foreigners
do the same too?
48 You will be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect. (Matthew, V, 43-48).
13 You will be perfect, as the Lord, your God. (Deuteronomy, XVIII, 13).
40 The disciple is not above his Master: but every one who he is perfect will be as his Master.
(Luke, VI, 40).
27 But I say to you who hear: Love your enemies, do well to them who hate you,
28 bless (eulogize) them who gossip of you, pray for them who calumniate you. (Luke, VI, 27-28).
32 If you love them who love you, which is your reward? Even sinners love those who love them.
33 If you do the well to them who do the well to you, which is your merit? Even the sinners do the
same. (Luke, VI, 32-33).
35 Love your enemies and do the well to them, and lend, never awaiting devolution; and your
reward will be great, and you will be sons of the Supreme. Cause he is good to the ungrateful and
bad.
36 Be forgiver, as your Father is forgiver. (Luke, VI, 35-36).
36. “Everything tends to the same end and God made His laws for the whole world. You say often:
The sun shines for all and you announce thus a truth greater and more general than you think.” (803
of SB). "The good actions are the best prayers, because acts are more worth than words." (661 of
SB). "The spirit of who prays acts according to his volition to practise the good. By prayer, he
attracts to himself the good spirits who associates with him in the good he wants to do." (662 of
SB). When we pray for our enemies they feel fear of us and of making the evil to us.
1 Avoid making justice before the men, to be seen by them. You won't have reward from your
Father who is in heaven.
2 When you give alms, don't sound a trumpet before you, as the little critics do in the synagogues
and in the streets, for their glory before the men. Truly I say to you: They have already received
their reward.
3 But when you give alms, your right hand must ignore what your left hand does;
4 for that your alms are secret. And your Father who sees secretly will recompense you. (Matthew,
VI, 1-4).
37 After he spoke, a pharisee asked him for eating with him; and he went in, and sat down at the
table.
38 The pharisee marveled because Jesus didn't wash himself before eating.
39 And the Lord said to him: You, pharisees, clean the outside of the cup and of the dish; but your
inside is full of victims and of perversity.
40 Dizzy ones! Who made the outside didn't make the inside too?
41 But give for alms those things, which you do have; and all things are clean to you. (Luke, XI,
37-41).
10 No knapsack for your path, neither two coats, nor sandals, nor walking stick; because the
laborer is dignified by the work which pays his food. (Matthew, X, 10).
8 neither we did eat bread at the cost of other, but in labor and fatigue, working night and day, for
that we are not heavy to any of you:
9 not because we have not the right, but to make ourselves an example to you, that you would
imitate us.
10 Because even when we were with you, this we commanded you: If someone don't want to
work, neither he will eat.
11 Cause we hear of some that walk among you disorderly, that work noway, but they interfere in
others Life.
12 We command and exhort them in the Lord Jesus Christ, that with quietness they work, and eat
their own bread. (II Thessalonians, III, 8-12).
37. What evil is there in making the justice? Jesus accepted the alms (food) of the pharisee. Jesus
was dirty and he didn't wash himself. Jesus was ungrateful with the pharisee. The right hand which
beats isn't the same left hand which caresses. The man who beats is the same who caresses. The
hand which gives alms also humiliates. "Jesus spoke principally of alms because in the time and in
the country in where he lived the folks didn't know the works which the arts and the industry
created after and in which the riches can be usefully applied for the general well. I will say to all
who can give little or much: 'give alms when they are necessary, but always that it is possible,
convert them in wages, thus that who receives them won't be ashamed of them." (Fénélon, GAS,
XVI, 13). The work dignifies the man. "Every useful occupation is a work." (675 of SB). "The man
reduced to beg alms decreases morally and physically; he becomes brutish. In a society based on the
law of God and in the justice, the provision to the Life of the weak must be made without
humiliating. The society must assure the existence of them who can't work, without abandoning
their Life to the pity at random of willingly men." (888 of SB). The little coin or the dish of soup
will consume and disappear. "The strong must work for the weak; if he has no family, society must
supply its place. Such is the law of charity." (685, I, of SB). "Art. 1.695. The alimony are owed
when who demand them doesn't have goods enough, neither can provide, by his work, to his own
maintenance, and that, of whom they are complained, can supply it, without defalcation of the
necessary to his maintenance." (article 1.695 of the Brazilian Civil Code). The relative who doesn't
pay alimony may be arrested until he pays (article 244 of the Brazilian Penal Code and article 5th,
LXVII, of the Brazilian Federal Constitution). "The social assistance will be paid to whom needs it,
independently of contribution to the public social insurance, and it has for aims: (...) V - the
guaranty of a minimum wage of monthly benefit to the person carrying a deficiency and to the
elderly ones who prove they don't have means to provide their own maintenance or been provided
by his family, according to the dispositions of the law." (article 203, caput and item V, of the
Brazilian Federal Constitution). The benefit (to residents in Brazil) must be petitioned by the
elderly one or by the person who carries a physic or mental necessity to the National Brazilian
Institute of Social Insurance. "The healthfulness is right of all and duty of the nation," (article 196
of the Brazilian Federal Constitution). It is directrix of the Brazilian Unique System of
Healthfulness (SUS): "total rendering, with priority to the preventive activities, without detriment of
the assistance services;" (article 198, II, of the Brazilian Federal Constitution). "God is just; He
condemns only him who is voluntarily useless; cause this lives on the work of others. He wants that
each one will render useful according to his faculties." (680 of SB). "It competes to the Courts of
Right to Work: a) conciliate and judge: (...) III - the dissidences resultant of contracts of piecework
in what the laborer is operative or artificer;" (article 652, a, III, of the Brazilian Consolidation of the
Rights of Work - CLT). "In case of services of professionals of any activity, exercised by individual
or collective contract of piecework, with or without inspection of the other contracting part, the
professional card will be annotated by his professional syndicate or by the legal representative of
his cooperative." (article 34 of CLT). civil societies could help their assisted frequenters to create
cooperative societies of rendering service (brazilian federal law 5764/16.12.1971), when they can
work. “We must never have the idea of allowing himself to die of hunger; a man could always find
the means of obtaining food. Pride mustn't be interposed between necessity and work. We always
said that: There is no foolish work; that is not the situation what shame on you; we say that for
others, not for us.” (929 of SB). "Fortune is not given to anyone to be thrown with the wind, neither
to others to be buried in a safe; it is a deposit of which they will have to render an account, for
they will have to answer for all the good they might have done, and they didn't; for all the tears they
have dried with the money they have wasted on those who had no necessity of it." (896 of SB). We
must not give money to the one who doesn't need it, or to whom that wants to spend it with sins.
The guilty one of this act is who received and the one who gave it too, cause it is like to take the
food of the starving one to give it to the gluttonous one. "The wise man, to be happy, looks to the
low, never to the above, in order to raise his soul to the infinite." (923 of SB). In the time of Jesus
there was misery. These people took rotten meat of dead animals, they bathed it in the salt of the
salted water of the sea and put it at the sun to eat and to live. The salt was very important. The
soldiers received the salary in salt, but they sold the salt for buying vegetables. Only very rich
people used the salt for eating meat.
5 And when you pray, you won't be as the hypocrites: because they love to stand and pray in the
synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Truly I say to you: They
have received their reward.
6 But you, when you pray, enter in your bedroom, and having closed your door, pray to your Father
who is in secret, and your Father who sees in secret will recompense you.
7 And in praying don't use mere repetitions, as the foreigners do: because they think that they will
be heard for speaking a lot.
8 Don't be like to them: because your Father knows what things you have necessity of, before you
ask him.
9 You will pray: Our Father, who are in heaven, your name is Holy (pure).
10 Your kingdom comes. Your will is done, as in earth, so on heaven.
11 Give us our daily bread today.
12 And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.
13 And don't let us succumb in temptation of doing the evil, but release us of the evil, for yours is
the kingdom, the might and the glory forever. Amen!
14 Because if you forgive men their offenses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you.
15 But if you don't forgive men their offenses, neither your Father will forgive your offenses.
(Matthew, VI, 5-15).
18 Truly I say to you that everything you will tie on earth will be tied in heaven; and everything you
will untie on earth will be untied in heaven. (Matthew, XVIII, 18).
1 Once Jesus was praying in a certain place; when he finished, one of his disciples said to him:
Lord, teach us to pray, even as John also taught his disciples.
2 And he taught them: When you pray, say: Father, Holy (pure) is your name. Your kingdom
comes.
3 Give us our daily bread day by day.
4 And forgive us our sins; because we ourselves also forgive every one that is indebted to us. And
don't let us succumb in temptation of doing the evil. (Luke, XI, 1-4).
1 And he spoke a parable about the duty of praying without discouraging:
2 There was in a city a judge, who feared not God, and regarded not man.
3 There was also a widow in that city; and she came to him, saying: Judge my cause against my
adversary.
4 And he wouldn't for a while; but afterward he said within himself: Though I fear not God, nor
regard man;
5 but because this widow troubles me, I will judge her demand, to stop that she continues to come
to me.
6 And the Lord said: Hear what the unrighteous judge said.
7 And won't God judge his elects, that cry to him day and night, and though it appears he delays in
defending them?
8 I say to you, that he will make justice quickly. But, when the Son of the Man comes, will he find
faith on the earth?
9 And he spoke also this parable to certain who trusted in themselves that they were righteous, and
despised the others:
10 Two men went up in the temple to pray; the one a pharisee, and the other a publican.
11 The pharisee stood and prayed with himself: God, I thank you, that I am not as the rest of men:
thieves, unjust, adulterers, or even as this publican.
12 I fast twice in the week; I give tithes of all that I get.
13 But the publican, standing far, wouldn't lift up so much as his eyes to heaven, but hit his breast,
saying: God, be merciful to me a sinner.
14 I say to you: This man went down justified to his house; not the other. Because every one that
exalts himself will be humiliated; but he that humbles himself will be exalted. (Luke, XVIII, 1-14).
38. The adoration consists "In the elevation of the thought to God." (649 of SB). "Prayer is an act of
adoration. To pray to God is to think of Him, to approach to Him, to put one's self in
communication with Him." (659 of SB). "). “When you are in doubt, invoke your good Spirit, or
pray to our Master (Lord) among all, God, that He sends you one of His messengers, the one of
us." (523 of SB). God "has His devoted agents at every step of the scale of spheres." (536, II, of
SB). “In order to communicate directly with God, a spirit must have made himself worthy of such
communication. God transmits His orders through spirits of higher degrees of perfection and
knowledge.” (244, II, of SB). "It is these communications between each man and his familiar spirit
that does make all men mediums." (495 of SB). "Every one who feels, in any degree, the influence
of the spirits is, for this fact, medium." (Allan Kardec, MB, 2ª part, XIV, item 159). "I say to you
that the religion is on the lips, but not in the heart of that who makes profession of worshiping the
Christ, but who is proud, envious and jealous, hard and not silentable with other, or ambitious of
the goods of this world." (654 of SB). The collective prayer is preferable: "When those who
sympathize in thought and feeling are assembled together, they have more power to attract good
Spirits to them. It is the same when they are assembled for worshipping God. But you must not
therefore conclude that private worship is less good; for each man can worship God thinking in
Him." (656 of SB). "Through prayer we can propose three things: to praise, to demand, and to
acknowledge." (659 of SB). "The essential is not to pray for a long time, but to pray well. Such
persons suppose that all the virtue of prayer is in its length, and shut their eyes to their own defects.
Prayer, for them, is an occupation, a means of passing their time, but not a study of themselves. In
such cases, it is not the remedy that is inefficacious, but the mode in which it is employed." (660, I,
of SB). "Nevertheless, your just demands are deferred more often than you think." (663 of SB). ).
God "suggests to you the necessary thought to you get yourselves out of your embarrassment." (663
of SB). "Prayer is a mighty succor in everything; but you must believe well that it is not enough to
mutter any words to obtain what you desire. God helps those who act, but not those who limit their
action in demanding. It is therefore necessary for the person obsessed to do his maximum to cure
himself of the defects which attract evil spirits to him." (479 of SB). "The good actions are the best
prayers, because acts are more worth than words." (661 of SB). "He who calls spirits to his aid, in
order to obtain from them the gifts of fortune or any other favor, rebels against Providence." (550 of
SB). The spirits make us conquer richness "often as a test, a trial." (533 of SB). The spirits who give
it to you "are often the spirits that want to lead you to the evil. These are easy means of doing
through the material pleasures procured by wealth." (533, I, of SB). "Those who executes material
facts are always of an subaltern order, at the home of spirits as the home of men." (538, I, of SB).
"Through his love in material pleasures, he brings himself under the power of impure spirits." (550
of SB). Jesus has the might: "Because of this my Father loves me, because I give my Life to get it
back again. None takes it out of me, but I give it by myself. I have the might to give, and I have
might to take it back. This commandment I received from my Father." (John, X, 17-18). "All might
has been given to me in heaven and on earth." (Matthew, XXVIII, 18). Jesus has the kingdom: "My
kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I
wouldn't be delivered to the jews: but now my kingdom is not from here." (John, XVIII, 36). Jesus
has the glory: "And I give them the glory which you gave to me; so they will be one, as we are
one." (John, XVII, 22). "You will be holy; because I, the Lord, your God, I am holy." (Leviticus,
XIX, 2). "You will be perfect as the Lord your God is perfect." (Deuteronomy, XVIII, 13).
16 When you fast, don't look sad as the hypocrites: because they disfigure their faces to show the
men that they fast. Truly I say to you: They have received their reward.
17 But you, when you fast, anoint your head, and wash your face;
18 for you don't show the men that you fast, but to your Father, in secret; and your Father, who sees
in secret, will recompense you. (Matthew, VI, 16-18).
34 Be on your guard for yourselves, in order to your hearts don't be overcharged with consequences
of gluttony, and inebriation, and cares of this Life, and that day come on you suddenly as a bow.
(Luke, XXI, 34).
14 Then come to him the disciples of John, saying: Why do the pharisees and we fast, but your
disciples don't fast?
15 Jesus answered to them: Can the sons of the marriage be sad, as long as the fiancé is with
them? But the days will come, when the fiancé will be taken away from them, and then they fast
will.
16 And no man puts a slash of new cloth upon an old cloth; because the slash takes part of the old
cloth, and the rupture will get bigger.
17 Neither one puts new wine in old barrels or the barrels tear, and the wine is spilled, and the
barrels will ruin themselves. But put new wine in fresh barrels, and both are preserved. (Matthew,
IX, 14-17).
18 And John's disciples and the pharisees were fasting. And they come and asked: Why do John's
disciples and the disciples of the pharisees fast, but your disciples don't?
19 Jesus answered to them: Can the sons of the marriage fast, while the fiancé is with them? As
long as they have the fiancé with them, they cannot fast.
20 But the days will come, when the fiancé will be taken away from them, and then they will fast in
that day.
21 No man sews a patch of new cloth on an old cloth; because the new patch takes part of the old
cloth, and the rupture becomes bigger.
22 And no man puts new wine in old barrels; or the wine will split the barrels, and the wine and the
barrels will ruin themselves. But they put new wine in fresh barrels. (Mark, II, 18-22).
33 And they said to him: The disciples of John and the disciples of the pharisees fast often, and
make prayers; but yours eat and drink.
34 But Jesus said to them: Can you make the sons of the marriage fast, while the fiancé is with
them?
35 But the days will come; and when the fiancé will be taken away from them, then they will fast in
those days.
36 He also spoke a parable to them: No man takes out a piece from a new cloth and puts it
upon an old cloth; or he will tear the new, and also the piece from the new won't agree with
the old.
37 And no man puts new wine in old barrels; so the new wine will tear the barrels, and it will be
spilled, and the barrels will perish.
38 But new wine must be put in fresh barrels.
39 And no man having drunk old wine prefers new; because he says: The old is better. (Luke, V,
33-39).
16 To whom will I compare this generation? It is like to children sitting in the public squares, who
call to their fellows:
17 We played the flute to you, and you did not dance; we played lamentations, and you did not
weep.
18 For John came neither eating nor drinking, and they say, He has a demon.
19 The Son of the Man came eating and drinking, and they say: Behold, a gluttonous man and a
drunkard, a friend of publicans and sinners! But the sons of wisdom justify him. (Matthew, XI, 16-
19).
31 To whom will I liken the men of this generation, and to what are they like?
32 They are like to children that sit in the public square, and call one to another: We played flute to
you, and you did not dance; we played lamentations, and you did not weep.
33 For John the Baptist comes eating no bread nor drinking wine; and you say: He has a demon.
34 The Son of the Man is come eating and drinking; and you say: Behold, a gluttonous man, and a
guzzler, a friend of publicans and sinners!
35 But the sons of wisdom justify him. (Luke, VII, 31-35).
13 I saw in my visions of night, and, behold, there came with the clouds of heaven one like to a son
of man, and he came even to the ancient of days, and they brought him near before him.
14 And there was given him dominion, and glory, and the kingdom, that all the peoples, nations,
and languages would serve him; his dominion is an eternal dominion, which won't pass away, and
his kingdom that which won't be destroyed. (Daniel, VII, 13-14).
16 And I heard a man's voice between the banks of the Ulai, which called, and said: Gabriel, make
this man to understand the vision.
17 So he came near where I stood; and when he came, I was astonished, and fell upon my face; but
he said to me: Understand, son of man; because the vision will happen in the time of the end.
(Daniel, VIII, 16-17).
14 And when they were come to the multitude, there came to him a man, kneeling to him, saying:
15 Lord, have mercy on my son, because he is epileptic, and suffers very much; for many times he
falls in the fire, and other times in the water.
16 And I brought him to your disciples, and they could not cure him.
17 And Jesus said: Oh! Faithless and perverse generation! How long will I be with you? How long
will I support you? Bring him to me.
18 And Jesus reprehended the demon and this went out of the boy; and since then the boy was
cured.
19 Then the disciples came to Jesus and said: Why couldn't we expel it?
20 And he said to them: Because of your little faith: For truly I say to you, if you have faith as
a grain of mustard seed, you will say to this mountain: Remove from here to there; and it will
remove; and nothing will be impossible to you.
21 But this race of obsessing spirits you won't expel without prayer and fast. (Matthew, XVII, 14-
21).
14 And when they came to the disciples, they saw a great multitude round them, and registrars
questioning with them.
15 And suddenly all the multitude, when they saw him, were greatly amazed, and running to salute
him.
16 And he asked them: What did you question with them?
17 And one of the multitude answered him: Master, I brought to you my son, who has a dumb
spirit;
18 and this takes him anywhere, he throws him down; and he foams, and gnashes his teeth, and
becomes thin. I spoke to your disciples that they would cast it out; and they were not able.
19 And he answered them: Oh! Faithless generation, how long will I be with you? How long will I
support to you? Bring him to me.
20 And they brought him to him; and when he saw him, suddenly the spirit shook him violently;
and he fell on the ground, and wallowed foaming.
21 And he asked his father: How long time is it since this has happened to him? And he said: Since
childhood.
22 And many times it has cast him both in the fire and in the waters, to kill him; but if you can do
anything, have compassion on us, and help us.
23 And Jesus said to him: If you can! All things are possible to him that believes.
24 Immediately the father of the child cried out: I believe! Help my unfaithfulness.
25 When Jesus saw that the multitude increased, he rebuked the unclean spirit, saying to him:
Dumb and deaf spirit, I command you, come out of him, and enter no more in him.
26 And having cried out, and shaking him much, he came out; and the boy became as dead; such
that many ones said: He is dead.
27 But Jesus took him by the hand, and raised him up; and he stood up.
28 And when he was come in the house, his disciples asked him privately: How is it that we could
not cast it out?
29 He answered to them: This kind can't come out without prayer and fast. (Mark, IX, 14-29).
37 On the next day, when they were come down from the mountain, a great multitude met him.
38 And behold, a man from the multitude cried, saying: Master, I demand you to look upon my only
son;
39 and behold, a spirit takes him, and he suddenly cries out; and he tears him that he foams, and he
hardly departs from him, leaving him contused.
40 And I begged to your disciples to cast him out; but they could not.
41 And Jesus answered: Oh! Faithless and perverse generation! How long will I be with you, and
support you? Bring here your son.
42 And as he was coming, the demon dashed him down, and shook him violently. But Jesus
rebuked the unclean spirit, and healed the boy, and gave him back to his father.
43 And they were all astonished at the majesty of God. But while all were marveling at all the
things which he did, he said to his disciples,
44 Let these words sink in your ears: The Son of the Man will be delivered up in the hands of men.
(Luke, IX, 37-44).
1 Now faith is the certainty of hoped things, and the proof of things not seen. (Hebrews, XI, 1).
39 And he went forward a little, and fell on his face, and prayed, saying: Father, if it be possible, let
this calix (cup) pass away from me! However, don't do as I want, but as you do.
40 And he came to the disciples, and found them sleeping; and said to Peter: So, couldn't you watch
with me one hour?
41 Watch and pray, that you don't enter in temptation; the spirit, truly is ready, but the flesh is weak.
(Matthew, XXVI, 39-41).
39. "Whatever man can eat without injury to his health is permitted to him." (722 of SB). "In your
physical constitution, flesh feeds flesh; or the man will become thin. The law of preservation makes
it a duty for man to keep up his strength and health to fulfil the law of work. So he would feed
himself according to the requirements of his organisation." (723 of SB). “There are also men who
find satisfaction in getting drunk; do you approve them? A mode of Life, by the adoption of which
you condemn yourselves not to be useful to any one, cannot be pleasing to God.” (769 of SB). "In
proportion as a Spirit becomes purified, the body with which he clothes himself also approaches
more nearly to the spirit-nature. The matter of which his body is composed is less dense, he no
longer crawls heavily on the surface of the ground; his bodily needs are less gross and the various
living beings in those higher worlds are no longer obliged to destroy one another in order to feed
themselves. The spirit has more freedom, and possesses, in regard to objects at a distance, orders of
perception of a nature unknown to us; he sees with his eyes what we see only in thought." (Allan
Kardec, 182 of SB). "The welfare is a natural will. God only prohibits excess, because excess is
enemy of conservation; he has not made it a crime to seek after welfare, if that welfare is not
acquired at another's expense, and if it doesn't weaken either your moral or your physical power."
(719 of SB). We must feed ourselves with moderation, to supply our daily necessities of nutrition
without alcoholic drink, without obesity, neither any other damage to health. "Meritorious is
resistance to the temptation that solicits to excess or to the joy of useless things; it is to suppress his
necessary to give to the one who doesn't have enough. If the privation is only a lie, it is a derision."
(720, I, of SB). "The only sufferings that can elevate you are those which come upon you naturally,
because they are inflicted by God. Voluntary sufferings count for nothing when they are not useful
to others. Do you suppose that those who shorten their lives by superhuman hardships, like the
bonzes, fakirs, and fanatics of various sects, advance their progress? Why don't they work for the
good of their fellow men? Let them dress the indigent; let them comfort those who mourn; let them
work for the patients; let them support hardships for relief of the unhappy ones and their Life will
be useful and delightful to God. When your voluntary sufferings are undergone only for yourselves,
they are mere selfishness; when you suffer for others, you obey the law of charity. Such are the
precepts of the Christ." (726 of SB). "The instinct of conservation has been given to all beings to
guard them against dangers and sufferings. Flagellate your spirit, and not your body; mortify your
pride; suffocate the selfishness that eats in the heart like a snake; and you will do more for your
advancement than by the severity that don't belong to this century anymore." (727 of SB). It is
meritorious to abstain of animal food "if we deny for others; but God cannot see a mortification
when there isn't a serious and useful abstinence; this is because we say that those who fast falsely
are hypocrites." (724 of SB). That is because of this that Jesus recommended the fast to expel
obsessing spirits. It is important that the medium doesn't drink alcoholic drink. The possession "is
never done without the participation of this who suffers it, through his weakness or his desire." (474
of SB). Jesus expelled the deaf and dumb spirit who was transmitting these diseases to the
possessed boy. "If you attribute a malady to the devil, you may say, when you have cured the
malady, that you have driven the devil away." (480 of SB). We are all sons of men, like Jesus; and
sons of God. Every man can have sons: a Son of God. It is interesting like Jesus compares the
obsessing spirit to a mountain which can be set from one place to another if we have faith.
Alcoholic beverage always harms our health. In the minimum it causes chronic depression. In the
maximum it will make us enter in the line of the receptors of human organs: then, we will be able,
or not, to receive a slash of new cloth. It is useless to ask the Father to let this bitter cup (calyx) pass
away. This calyx of anguish is originated of the use of alcohol. The boy had a demon, but he
exaggerated in the fun.
19 Don't accumulate for yourselves treasures upon the earth, where moth and rust waste, and where
thieves excavate and steal;
20 but accumulate for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust do waste, and
where thieves don't dig nor steal;
21 because where your treasure is, there your heart will also be.
22 The eyes are the lamp of the body. If your eye is good, your whole body will be full of light.
23 But if your eye is bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. So if the light that is in you is
darkness, how great is the darkness!
24 No man can serve two lords; because either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he
will serve to one, and despise the other. You cannot serve God and Momus (god of Carnival).
25 then I say to you: Don't be anxious for your Life, about what you will eat, or what you will
drink; nor for your body, what you will dress. Is not the Life more than the food, and the body more
than the clothes?
26 Behold the birds of the heaven: They sow not, neither they harvest, nor gather in barns; and your
heavenly Father feeds them. Are not you much more worthy then they?
27 And which of you by being anxious can add one cubit to the measure of his stature?
28 And why are you anxious concerning clothes? Consider the lilies of the field: how they grow;
they don't work, neither they spin.
29 I say to you: Even Solomon, in all his glory, didn't dress like one of these.
30 But if God does clothe the grass of the field, which today is, but tomorrow is cast to the oven,
will he not much more clothe you, Oh! man of little faith?
31 So, don't be anxious, saying: What will we eat? or, What will we drink? or, What will we clothe?
32 Because these things are sought by the foreigners; for your heavenly Father knows that you need
all these things.
33 But look for his kingdom first, and his justice; and all these things will be added to you.
34 So don't be unquiet for the day of tomorrow: because the day of tomorrow will bring his cares; it
is sufficient its own evil to each day. (Matthew, VI, 19-34).
22 He said to his disciples: I say to you: Don't be anxious for your Life, what you will eat; nor for
your body, what you will wear.
23 Because the Life is more than the food, and the body more than the clothes.
24 Look to the crows, they don't sow, neither reap; which have no pantry nor granary; but God
feeds them. How much worthier are you than the birds!
25 And which of you by being anxious can add a cubit to the measure of his height?
26 If then you are not able to do even that which is least, why are you anxious concerning the rest?
27 Consider the lilies, how they grow; they don't spin, neither they weave. But I say to you: Even
Solomon in all his glory did not dress as one of these.
28 But if God does clothe the grass in the field, which today is, but tomorrow is cast in the oven;
how much more he will clothe you, Oh! Man of little faith?
29 Don't ask what you will eat, or what you will drink, neither think in disquietudes.
30 Because the foreigners of the entire world look for that; but your Father knows that you do need
these things.
31 Seek his kingdom first of all, and these things will be added to you.
32 Don't fear, oh! Little herd; because it is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom.
33 Sell which you have, and give alms; make for yourselves bags which don't wear out, an eternal
treasure in the heavens, where no thief arrives, neither moth destroys.
34 Because where your treasure is, there will also be your heart. (Luke, XII, 22-34).
41 But give for alms what you have; and behold, all things will be clean to you. (Luke, XI, 41).
45 The good man brings out of the good treasure of his heart what is good, and the evil man brings
out the evil; because the mouth talks about the abundance of the heart. (Luke, VI, 45).
40. The man owns "nothing which is for the use of the body, but everything which is for the use of
the soul, such as intelligence, knowledge and moral qualities. This is what man brings and takes
with him, which no one can take away and which will be far more use in the next world than in the
present one. (...) His future position will depend solely on what qualities have been gained in the
present Life." (Pascal, GAS, XVI, 9). "See if the work, counseling, or even offering real affection
wouldn't be more efficient than the mere giving of alms. Diffuse all around you with joy and in
plenty, your love for God, for work and for your neighbor. (...) The riches of intelligence must serve
you just as those of wealth do. Disperse around you the benefits of education and the treasure of
your love over your brothers and sisters that they will fructify on the right time." (Cheverus, GAS,
XVI, 11). "The spirit can only advance gradually. He cannot interchange at a jump the distance
which separates barbarism from civilization." (Allan Kardec, 271 of SB). God doesn't expect that
we live of air. He wants that we seek the recourses of the intelligence and the heart first of all, then,
so, the material goods will be added naturally, without surplus. The true property is that one that we
can carry to the world of the Spirits. Concerning to the material goods, we can not carry even our
body of flesh, it doesn't mean that we may harm our health. If we give the fish, it will be consumed
and it will be extinguished, but if we teach to fish there will always be more fish. We can also teach
to create fishes. The soul "is more specially inside the head of the great genius, and everyone who
thinks much, and inside the heart of those who feel much, and whose actions are dedicated to the
entire humanity." (146 of SB); "the court of the soul is more especially present in the organs which
serve for the manifestation of the intellectual and moral qualities." (146, I, of SB). "However this
depends on the perfection. Often the spirits can only glimpse the future (beyond), but it is not
allowed to them to always fix it. When they see it, it appears the present moment to them. The spirit
sees the beyond (future) more clearly in proportion as he approaches God. After death, the soul sees
and embraces at a blow all his past emancipations, but he cannot see what God has prepared to him.
That He makes for that he is entirely inside Him very after the existences." (243 of SB). In the
dreams the Spirit "has a remembrance (reminiscence) of the past, and sometimes foresees the future
(the beyond)." (402 of SB). "It is often a remembrance (reminiscence) of places and things which
you have seen in the past, or that you will see in another existence, or in an other moment." (402 of
SB). "In somnambulism and in ecstasy the man glimpses the past Life and the future Life
(beyond). He may study these phenomena of emancipation and he will find the solution for more
than one mystery that his reason searches uselessly to penetrate." (445 of SB). "Dreams are the
remembrance (reminiscence) of what your spirit has seen during sleep; but emphasize that you don't
dream everyday, because you don't remember everyday what you have seen, or all that you have
seen." (402 of SB). "Is it necessary to the emancipation of the spirit that the sleep is complete? No;
the spirit recovers his freedom as soon as the senses become torpid. He employees by his
emancipation every moment of departure of the body. As soon as there occurs any prostration of the
vital forces, the spirit disengages himself from the body, and the weaker the body, the freer is the
spirit." (407 of SB). "What you call sleep is only the relaxation of the body, because the spirit is
always in motion; then during sleep he recovers a portion of his freedom, and enters in
communication with those who are dear to him, either in this sphere, or in other spheres; but as the
matter of the body is heavy and gross, it is difficult for him to retain, on waking, the impressions he
has received during sleep, because those impressions were not received by him through the bodily
organs." (403 of SB). Jesus doesn't want that we are troubled with the future. The future is the
spiritual Life, which we can observe in some dreams (remembrance of the sleep or emancipation of
the soul). “The future Life implies the conservation of our individuality after death.” (Allan Kardec,
959 of SB). “The communications made to us by spirits show us the future state of the soul, no
longer as a matter of theory, but as a reality.” (Allan Kardec, 973 of SB). Let's take care of the
present moment. Let's allow that the tomorrow takes care of itself. The christian doesn't search
answers in the horoscope, gamble of horns, cards, crystal balls, etc. to know his material future. "A
sort of atmosphere by which they are enveloped, and which keeps up all their former evil things; for
spirits are not entirely disengaged of the body. They glimpses the truth just for few moments, in
order to show him the way." (229 of SB). "God could not implant in man the necessity of living,
without giving him the means of living; because of this he makes the earth with a capacity of
production sufficient to furnish all its inhabitants with the necessaries of Life. It is only that which
is necessary that is useful; that which is superfluous is never useful." (704 of SB). "Mankind must
progress unceasingly" (778 of SB). "And it is thus that most advance ones help the progress of the
others through social contact." (779 of SB). Look to the squirrels. Don't they gather in barns? And
the bees? Don't they produce honey? Are not you much more worthy then they? We have one Lord.
We must to keep away of the god Momus, the god of Carnival, with all his imperfections: luxury,
pride, gluttony, smoke, narcotics, alcohol beverage, nakedness, sensuality, dance, music, idolatry to
artists or products, etc.
1 Don't judge, for you don't be judged.
2 For with what judgment you judge, you will be judged; and with what measure you measure, you
will be measured too.
3 And why do you see the mote that is in your brother's eye, but you don't see the goal post that is in
your own eye?
4 Or how will you say to your brother: Let me cast out the mote out of your eye; and lo, the beam is
in your own eye?
5 Little critic! Cast out first the goal post out of your own eye; and then you will see clearly to cast
out the mote out of your brother's eye.
6 Give not what is holy to the dogs; neither cast your pearls before the porks, for they don't tread on
under their feet, and turn and dilacerate you. (Matthew, VII, 1-6).
37 Don't judge, and you won't be judged; and don't condemn, and you won't be condemned; forgive,
and you will be forgiven;
38 give, and it will be given to you; good measure, emphasized, shaken together, running over, they
will give to you. Because with what measure you measure you will be measured too.
39 And he spoke also a parable to them: Can the blind guide the blind? Will they not both fall in a
pit?
40 The disciple is not above his Master: but every one, which will be perfect, will be as his
Master.
41 And why do you see the mote in your brother's eye, but you don't see the goal post in your own
eye?
42 How can you say to your brother: Brother, let me cast out the mote that is in your eye, when you
yourself carry the beam that is in your own eye? Little critic, cast out first the beam out of your own
eye, and then you will see clearly to cast out the mote that is in your brother's eye. (Luke, VI, 37-
42).
41. “The purest light is not obscured by any cloud; the most precious diamond is the one which is
without a flaw; judge the spirits, by the purity of their teachings. Don't forget that there are, among
spirits, many who have not yet dispossessed themselves from their earthly ideas. Learn to
distinguish them by their language; judge them by the sum of what they tell you; see whether there
is logical sequence in the ideas they suggest, whether there is, in their statements, nothing that
betrays ignorance, pride, or malevolence; in a word, whether their communications are always
stamped by the seal of judiciousness that reveals the true superiority.” (conclusion of SB, IX).
“When you are in doubt as to the quality of any one of your actions, ask yourself what would be
your judgement in regard to it if it were done by another? If you would blame it in another, it cannot
be more legitimate when done by you, for God's justice has neither two weights nor two measures.
Endeavor also to know what is thought of it by others; and don't overlook the opinion of your
enemies, for they have no interest in disguising the truth, and God often places them near you as a
mirror, to warn you more frankly than would be done by a friend. Let him, then, who is firmly
resolved on self-improvement examine his conscience in order to root out his evil tendencies, as he
roots out the weeds from his garden;” (Saint Augustine, 919, I, of SB). “Before reproaching others
with their imperfections, you would see whether we can't say about you the same things. Work in
having the qualities opposite to the defects that you criticize in others, that is the way to you render
superior. Does he reproach you to be avaricious? Be generous. To be proud? Be humble and
modest. To be hard? Be soft. To act with lowness? Be great in all you do. In a word, act in such a
way as that it may not be said of you, in the words of Jesus, that you 'see the mote in your brother's
eye, but don't see the goal post in your own.” (903 of SB). “But you must not forget that indulgence
for the faults of others is one of the elements of charity.” (903 of SB). Don't teach holy things to the
ones who cannot understand. Don't teach reincarnation to the imperfect spirits. Don't teach the
communication to the spirits to the materialists. If we do it they will gobble us. Don't do material
charity dressing clothes of gala and jewelry or you will be stolen.
7 Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you.
8 For every one that asks receives; and he that seeks finds; and to him that knocks it will be opened.
9 Or what man among you, who, if his son will ask him for bread, will give him a stone?
10 Or if he will ask for a fish, will give him a snake?
11 If you then, being evil, know how to give good gifts to your sons, how much more will your
Father who is in heaven give good things to them that ask him? (Matthew, VII, 7-11).
5 Jesus still said to them: If you have a friend, which among you, and he will go to you at midnight,
and say to you: Friend, lend me three breads;
6 for a friend of mine who is come to me from a voyage, and I have nothing to set before him.
7 And you answer from inside: Trouble me not: the door is now closed, and my children are with
me in bed; I cannot rise and give you?
8 I say to you: Though you won't rise and give him because he is your friend, but because of his
importunity you will arise and give him as many as he needs.
9 And I say to you: Ask, and it will be given you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be
opened to you.
10 For every one that asks, receives; and he that seeks, finds; and to him that knocks it will be
opened.
11 Which among you are a father who if your son asks a bread, and you give him a stone? Or a fish,
and you for a fish give him a snake?
12 Or if he will ask an egg, will you give him a scorpion?
13 If you then, being evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your
heavenly Father, the Holy Spirit, give to them that ask him? (Luke, XI, 5-13).
42. “God has given you intelligence in order that you may make use of it, and it is especially by it
that spirits come to help you suggesting useful thoughts; but they only help those who help
themselves: a truth implied in the words, 'Seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to
you'.” (532 of SB). "Nevertheless, your just demands are deferred more often than you think. You
think your prayer has not been heard, because God has not worked a miracle for you; but He helps
you by means so natural that they seem to you to have been the effect of fortuity or of the ordinary
course of things often too, the most often. God suggests to you the necessary thought to you get
yourselves out of your embarrassment." (663 of SB). “Prayer is a mighty succor in everything; but
you must believe well that it is not enough to mutter any words to obtain what you desire. God
helps those who proceed." (479 of SB). “Prayer calls to your help good spirits who give you
strength to support your trials with courage. So they seem to you less hard. We have said that prayer
is never useless when it is well done, because it gives you strength, which is, itself, a great result.
'Aid you and heaven you aid,' you know that.” (663 of SB). “In the majority of cases it happens
because of oneself. Seek, and you will find: these words don't mean that you have only to look to
the ground in order to meet what we desire, but it is suitable to search with passion and
perseverance, and not with softness (weakness), and without allowing yourselves to be discouraged
by obstacles that are often only a mean of setting your constancy, patience, and firmness in trial.”
(707 of SB). “If you obstinate yourself in a path which is not yours, the spirits don't have any guilt,
you are your own evil genius.” (534 of SB). “How many people are there among you who prefer to
die of misery than to work?” (995, I, of SB). “They don't have energy enough to want this who
would decompose their relieve.” (995, I, of SB). We must ask few because who asks few receives.
23 And one asked to him: Lord, are they few that are saved? And he said to them:
24 Endeavor to enter in by the narrow door: because many ones, I say to you, will seek to enter in,
and they won't be able.
25 When the Master of the house is risen up and has closed the door, and you are outside, and to
knock at the door, saying: Lord, open to us; and he will answer and say to you: I don't know you
where you are from;
26 then you will say: We did eat and drink in your presence, and you taught in our streets.
27 But he will say: I don't know where you are from; depart from me, all you workers of iniquity.
28 There will be the weeping and the gnashing of teeth, when you will see Abraham, and Isaac, and
Jacob, and all the prophets, in the kingdom of God, and you cast out.
29 And they will come from the east and west, and from the north and south, and they will sit down
in the kingdom of God.
30 But there are last who will be first, and there are first who will be last. (Luke, XIII, 23-30).
12 All things, thus, you want that men will do to you, this way you will do to them; because this
is the law and the prophets.
13 Enter you in by the narrow door because wide is the door, and spacious is the way, that conducts
to the perdition (downfall), and many ones are those who enter in it.
14 Because narrow is the door, and compressed the way, that conducts to Life, and few are those
who find it. (Matthew, VII, 12-14).
31 And as you want that men will do to you, you will also do to them likewise. (Luke, VI, 31).
1 Truly, truly, I say to you: He that does not enter by the door in the fold of the sheep, but climbs up
some other way, the same is a thief and a robber.
2 But he that enters in by the door is the shepherd of the sheep.
3 To him the doorkeeper opens; and the sheep hear his voice, and he calls his own sheep by the
name, and leads them out.
4 When he has put out all his own, he goes before them, and the sheep follow him, because they
know his voice.
5 And they won't follow the stranger; but will escape from him, because they don't know the voice
of strangers.
6 Jesus spoke this parable to them, but they did not understand the sense of that he was talking
about.
7 Jesus, so, said to them again: Truly, truly, I say to you: I am the door of the sheep.
8 All that came before me are thieves and robbers; but the sheep did not hear them.
9 I am the door. If any man enter in by me, he will be saved; and will go in and go out, and will find
pasturage.
10 The thief comes only to steal, and kill, and destroy; I came for that you have Life, plentiful Life.
11 I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd gives his Life for the sheep.
12 The mercenary, who is not a shepherd, who does not own the sheep, beholds the wolf coming,
and leaves the sheep, and escapes, then the wolf carries them, and disperses them.
13 The mercenary escapes because he is mercenary, and he doesn't care about the sheep.
14 I am the good shepherd; and I know my sheep, and they know me,
15 just as the Father knows me, and I know the Father; and I give my Life for the sheep.
16 And I have other sheep, which are not of this fold; I must conduct them also; and they will hear
my voice; then, there will be one flock and one shepherd.
17 For that the Father loves me, because I give my Life to take it back again.
18 None takes it away from me, but I give it by myself. I have might to deliver and also to recover
my Life. This commandment I received from my Father.
19 There was a division again among the jews because of these words.
20 And many of them said: He has a demon, and is mad; why do you listen to him?
21 Others said: These are not the sayings of one possessed with a demon. Can a demon open the
eyes of the blind? (John, X, 1-21).
1 The Lord is my shepherd; nothing will be lack to me.
2 He makes me to repose in green pasturages. He conducts me to the waters of rest.
3 He refreshes my soul. He guides me in the paths of justice for the love of his name.
4 Even I walk through the valley of the shadows of death, I will fear no evil; because you are with
me; your cane and your staff console me.
5 You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my head with oil; my
cup (calyx) runs over.
6 Kindness and mercy will surely follow me all the days of my Life; and I will inhabit in the house
of the Lord forever. (Psalm XXIII, 1-6).
43. “As man is subject to error may he not be mistaken in his appreciation of good and evil, and
believe himself to be doing right, when, in reality, he is doing wrong? Jesus has said: 'Pay attention
on what you want that we do or don't to you, that is it. You won't be wrong.” (632 of SB). “Justice
consists in respect for the rights of each one.” (875 of SB). “Christ has told you: Want for others
what you do want for yourself. God has placed in the heart of man truly rule of all justice, for the
desire of each one to want his own rights respected. When uncertain as to what he should do in
regard to his fellow-creature in any given conjuncture, let each man demand himself what he would
like that we do, in inverse sense, in the same circumstances; God could not give him a safer guide
than his own conscience.” (876 of SB). “The sublime peculiarity of the Christian religion is its
taking of personal right as the basis of the right of the neighbor.” (Allan Kardec, 876 of SB). The
first of the obligations “is to respect the rights of others; he who respects those rights will always be
just.” (877 of SB). Jesus is the narrow door. He is not the easier way, but he is surely the safest and
He guides us to our moral perfecting. But the door of the perdition (downfall) is large and easy:
selfishness, egocentricity, avarice, greed, pride, hate, self-love, resentment, revenge, bruise,
nonconformism, cruelty, alcoholic beverage, smoking tobacco, promiscuity, narcotics, unbridled
sexuality, material wealth, pleasures without end. God is our Creator. He is our Shepherd who
creates us as loved lambs. We are also creators. We create our sons, our animals, pets, our plants
and our things. “The incarnation puts the spirit himself to sustain his share in the work of creation;”
(132 of SB).
15 Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, but inside are robbing wolves.
16 By their fruits you will know them. Do men gather grapes of thornbushes, or figs of eyesopen?
17 Even so every good tree brings good fruit; but the bad tree brings evil fruit.
18 A good tree cannot bring evil fruit, neither a bad tree can bring good fruit.
19 Every tree that does not bring good fruit is cut off, and thrown in the fire.
20 Thus by their fruits you will know them. (Matthew, VII, 15-20).
33 Either make the good tree, and its good fruit; or make the bad tree, and its bad fruit; because the
tree is known by its fruit.
34 Race of vipers, how can you, being evil, speak good things? Because the mouth speaks of the
abundance of the heart.
35 The good man takes from his good treasure good things; but the evil man takes out of his evil
treasure evil things.
36 I say to you, that for every frivolous word that men will speak, they will give account in the day
of judgment.
37 Because by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned.
(Matthew, XII, 33-37).
22 so there will arise false Christs and false prophets, working signs and wonders, that they may
deceive, if possible, even the elect ones.
23 But take aware: I have told you all things beforehand. (Mark, XIII, 22-23).
43 There is no good tree that carries bad fruit; neither bad tree that carries good fruit.
44 For each tree is known by its own fruit. Because men don't gather figs of thornbushes, nor one
gather grapes of eyeopen.
45 The good man takes which is good of the good treasure of his heart; and the evil man takes
which is evil of the evil treasure; because the mouth speaks of the abundance of the heart. (Luke,
VI, 43-45).
25 And when Moses saw that the people were naked, because Aaron had let them nude to shame
them among their enemies,
26 then Moses stood in the gate of the camp, and said: Who is on Lord's side, let him come to me.
And all the sons of Levi gathered themselves together to him.
27 And he said to them: Thus said the Lord, the God of Israel: Put your sword upon the side of
each man, and go to and from gate to gate throughout the camp, and each man kills his brother,
and each man his friend, and each man his neighbor.
28 And the sons of Levi did according to the word of Moses: and about three thousand men of the
people fell down that day. (Exodus, XXXII, 25-28).
9 When you are come in the land which the Lord your God gave to you, you won't learn to do the
abominations of those nations.
10 There won't be found with you any one that makes his son or his daughter to pass through the
fire, one that uses soothsaying, one that practises augury, or an enchanter, or a witch doctor,
11 or a charmer, or a consulter with a familiar spirit, or a wizard, or a necromancer.
12 Because whoever does these things is an abomination to the Lord: and because of these
abominations the Lord your God does drive them out from before you.
13 You will be perfect like the Lord your God. (Deuteronomy, XVIII, 9-13).
10 Now the Vale of the Trees was full of asphalt wells; and the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah
escaped, and their people died there, and they that remained escaped to the mountain.
11 The winners took all the goods of Sodom and Gomorrah, and all their food, and went way.
18 And Melchizedek, king of Salem, brought bread and wine; and he was priest of the Highest God.
19 And he blessed him, and said: Blessed is Abram of the Most High God, Possessor of heaven and
earth!
20 And blessed is the Highest God, who has delivered your enemies in your hands. And He gave to
Abram a tenth of all. (Genesis, XIV, 10-11 and 18-20).
8 All that came before me are thieves and robbers: but the sheep did not hear them.
9 I am the door. If any man enter in by me, he will be saved; and will go in and go out, and will find
pasturage.
10 The thief comes only to steal, and kill, and destroy; I came for that you have Life, plentiful Life.
(John, X, 8-10).
44. The text is very clear. The people accepted very easily the order of being naked and they made a
feast. Then Moses ordered the levites to kill them, for their sensuality and adoration to a false
golden god. Besides, Moses, using a language of difficult understanding, said that the one who
talked to the spirits would get free of them. The law of destruction is very used to punish simple and
ignorant spirits. Behold only the body dies, cause the spirit is eternal. Abram as the governor of his
people charged the tenth (tithe) of the robbery of war. God never mistakes in his trials.
21 Not every one that says to me: Lord, Lord, will enter in the kingdom of heaven; but he that does
the will of my Father who is in heaven.
22 Many will say to me in that day: Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy by your name, and cast out
demons by your name, and do many mighty works by your name?
23 And then I will I say explicitly to them: I never knew you. Disunite of me, you that work
iniquity.
24 Every one therefore that hears these words of mine, and exercises them, will be likened to a wise
man, who built his house upon the rock;
25 and the it rained, and the rivers overflowed, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house; and it
fell not; because it was founded upon the rock;
26 And every one that hears these words of mine, and does them not, will be likened to a foolish
man, who built his house upon the sand;
27 and it rained, and the rivers flooded, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house; and it fell;
and great was the downfall.
28 When Jesus had finished these words, the multitudes were astonished at his doctrine;
29 because he taught them as one having authority, and not as their registrars. (Matthew, VII, 21-
29).
46 And why do you call me: Lord, Lord, and don't the things, which I order?
47 Every one that comes to me, and hears my words, and does them, I will show you to whom he is
like.
48 He is like a man building a house, who hoed and went deep, and laid a foundation upon the rock;
and when a inundation came, the stream brake against that house, and could not shake it; because it
had been well built.
49 But he that hears, and does not, is like a man that built a house upon the earth without a
foundation; against which the stream brake, and straightway it fell in; and the ruin of that house was
great. (Luke, VI, 46-49).
45. It is necessary to do the wish of God. Why would someone practise mediunic phenomena
without doing any good? Is it useful expel demons (obsessing spirits), but don't stop praising the
vices which attract them? Jesus has authority: “Yes, very great, the spirits have one over another
proportional authority according to their superiority, which they exercise through a irresistible
ascendancy moral.” (274 of SB). “Can spirits of lower degree resist themselves against the authority
of those who are higher than themselves? I said irresistible.” (274, I, of SB).
XVIII – Healings
1 And when he was come down from the mountain, great multitudes followed him.
2 And behold, there came to him a leper and worshipped him, saying: Lord, if you want, you can
purify me.
3 And he stretched out his hand, and touched him, saying: I want; be clean. And immediately his
leprosy was healed.
4 And Jesus said to him: Don't tell any man; but go, show yourself to the priest, and offer the gift
that Moses commanded, for a witness to them. (Matthew, VIII, 1-4).
40 Came to him a leper, begging him, and kneeling down to him: If you want, you can purify me.
41 And being moved with compassion, he stretched out his hand, and touched him, and said to him:
I want; be clean.
42 And straightway the leprosy departed from him, and he was cleaned.
43 And he warned him vehemently, and straightway sent him out.
44 He said to him: Don't say anything to any man; but go to show yourself to the priest, and offer
for your purification the things which Moses commanded, for a witness to them.
45 But he went out, and began to publish it much, and to spread abroad the matter, such that Jesus
could no more openly enter in a city, but was without in desert places; and they came to him from
every place. (Mark, I, 40-45).
12 While he was in one of the cities, behold, a man full of leprosy; and when he saw Jesus, he fell
on his face, and entreated him, saying: Lord, if you want, you can purify me.
13 And he stretched out his hand, and touched him, saying: I want; be cleaned. And straightway his
leprosy departed.
14 And he ordered him to tell no man; but go your way, and show yourself to the priest, and offer
for your purification, according as Moses commanded, for a testimony to them.
15 But so much the more went abroad the report concerning him; and great multitudes came
together to hear, and to be healed of their sicknesses.
16 But he removed himself in the deserts, and prayed. (Luke, V, 12-16).
46. “Does the vital principle reside in any one of the bodies known to us? It has its source in the
universal fluid; it is what you call the magnetic fluid, or the animalized electric fluid. It is the
intermediary, the link between spirit and matter.” (65 of SB). “What you call the electric fluid, the
magnetic fluid are modifications of the universal fluid, which is, properly speaking, more perfect
and subtle matter, and that we can regard as independent.” (27, I, of SB). “Which is the nature of
the agent called the magnetic fluid? Vital fluid, animalized electricity; which are modifications of
the universal fluid.” (427 of SB). “During Life, the body receives external impressions and
transmits them to the spirit through the intermediary of the perispirit, which constitutes, probably,
what is called the nervous fluid.” (sic, Allan Kardec, 257 of SB). It is very practise to know the
universal fluid, the electric current that flows from our nervous to obtain cures. We must avoid been
nervous so we will keep ourselves healed to be able to consummate cures. “Do some persons really
possess the gift of healing by merely touching? The magnetic power may act to that extent when it
is seconded by purity of intention and ardent desire to do good, for, in such a case, good spirits
come to aid. But it is convenient to challenge the way in which facts are narrated by credulous and
enthusiastic ones, always disposed to see marvels in the simplest and most natural things. It is
convenient also to challenge the self-interested narration of folks who exploit the credulity with a
view to their own gain.” (556 of SB). “Remember that Good Spirits only give their aid to those who
serve God with humility and disinterestedness; they repudiate everyone who seeks in the way of the
heaven as a ladder for things of the earth, they exclude themselves from the proud and the ambitious
ones.” (prolegomena of SB). Jesus ordered the leper to silence, but he went away and told that the
Lord had healed him to everybody. We must not to make publicity of our ability to cure. If it there
is it will be propagated naturally from mouth to mouth. “Is there any link between what is called
magnetic somnambulism and natural somnambulism? They are the same thing; but the natural
somnambulism is not provoked.” (426 of SB). Through superpositions of the magnetic pass the
natural sleepwalker can be induced to the magnetic somnambulism. We must cure. “God always
blesses those who do good; to alleviate the pauper and afflicted is the best way to honor Him.” (673
of SB). “The only sufferings that can elevate you are those which come upon you naturally, because
they are inflicted by God. Voluntary sufferings count for nothing when they are not useful to others.
Do you suppose that those who shorten their lives by superhuman hardships, like the bonzes, fakirs,
and fanatics of various sects, advance their progress? Why don't they work for the good of their
fellow men? Let them dress the indigent; let them comfort those who mourn; let them work for the
patients; let them support hardships for relief of the unhappy ones and their Life will be useful and
delightful to God.” (726 of SB). We must never search for suffering. We must always search to cure
and to be cured. “The instinct of conservation has been given to all beings to guard them against
dangers and sufferings. Flagellate your spirit, and not your body; mortify your pride; suffocate the
selfishness that eats in the heart like a snake; and you will do more for your advancement than by
the severity that don't belong to this century anymore.” (727 of SB). The spirits warn you to make
that you avoid accidents, through your thoughts “for we don't love physical suffering; but this is of
little importance to the Life you have chosen.” (859 of SB). The material suffering doesn't make us
develop. That leper didn't have any disease, but he wanted to deceive the people. He was only
joking. The people searched him for being cured and he made prayers with them.
1 He entered again in Capernaum after some days, and the notice ran that he was in the house.
2 And many went there, there was no place even at the door, and he spoke the word to them.
3 And they come, bringing to him a paralytic, carried by four.
4 And when they could not come near him, because of the multitude, they uncovered the roof where
he was, and when they had broken it up, they let down the bed where the sick of the palsy was.
5 And Jesus seeing their faith said to the paralytic: Son, your sins are forgiven.
6 But there were certain of the registrars sitting there, and reasoning in their hearts,
7 Why does this man speak like this? He blasphemed! Who can forgive sins but one, which is God?
8 And Jesus, perceiving immediately in his spirit that they so reasoned within themselves, said to
them: Why reason you these things in your hearts?
9 Which is easier, to say to the paralytic: Your sins are forgiven; or to say: Arise, and take your bed,
and walk?
10 But that you must know that the Son of the Man has authority on earth to forgive sins (he said to
the sick of the palsy),
11 I say to you: Arise, take up your bed, and go to your house.
12 And he arose, and straightway took the bed, and went away before them all; and they were all so
amazed that they glorified God, saying: We have never saw something like this! (Mark, II, 1-12).
17 And it came to pass on one of those days, that he was teaching; and there were pharisees and
masters of the law sitting by, who were come out of every village of Galilee and Judaea and
Jerusalem. And the power of the Lord was with him to heal.
18 And behold, men bring on a bed a man that was palsied: and they sought to bring him in, and to
lay him before him.
19 And not finding by what way they might bring him in because of the multitude, they went up to
the housetop, and let him down through the tiles with his couch in the middle before Jesus.
20 And seeing their faith, he said: Man, your sins are forgiven.
21 And the registrars and the pharisees began to reason, saying: Who is this that speaks
blasphemies? Who can forgive sins, but God alone?
22 But Jesus perceiving their thoughts, answered and said to them: What reason do you have in
your hearts?
23 Which is easier, to say: Your sins are forgiven; or to say: Arise and walk?
24 But that you may know that the Son of the Man has authority on earth to forgive sins (he said to
him that was palsied), I say to you: Arise, and take up your berth, and go to your house.
25 And immediately he rose up before them, and took his bed, and went to his house, glorifying
God.
26 And amazement took hold on all, and they glorified God; and they were filled with fear, saying:
We have seen prodigies today. (Luke, V, 17-26).
1 And he entered in a boat, and crossed over, and came in his own city.
2 And behold, they brought to him a man sick of the palsy, lying on a bed. And Jesus seeing their
faith said to the sick of the palsy: Son, you have good soul; your sins are forgiven.
3 And behold, certain of the registrars said within themselves: This man blasphemed.
4 And Jesus knowing their thoughts said: Why do you have the evil in your hearts?
5 For which is easier, to say: Your sins are forgiven; or to say: Arise, and walk?
6 But that you may know that the Son of the Man has authority on earth to forgive sins (then he said
to the sick of the palsy): Arise, and take your bed, and go to your house.
7 And he arose, and departed to his house.
8 But when the multitudes saw it, they were afraid, and glorified God, who had given such authority
to men. (Matthew, IX, 1-8).
47. The registrars were amazed because Jesus forgave sins, because they were not able to forgive
anyone. That paralytic was only a mocking Spirit and Jesus let him play at ease. The paralytic was
sick because of the guilts of the sins that he carried and he was unable to forgive himself. “The
spirit is reflected in the body; and although the body is only matter, it is modeled on the capacities
of the spirit, which impresses upon it a certain character that is more particularly visible in the
appearance, and it is truly that we designate that the eyes are the mirror of the soul; that is to say,
that the appearance properly reflects the soul,” (217 of SB). We must be indulgent for everybody
and even for us. The Psychosomatic Medicine was used by Jesus who teaches us that if we mistreat
our spirit we will also mistreat our body of flesh. We must to regret and not to sin again.
5 And when he was entered in Capernaum, there came to him a centurion, imploring to him:
6 Lord, my servant lies in the house sick of the palsy, suffering horribly.
7 And he said to him: I will go and heal him.
8 But the centurion answered: Lord, I am not worthy that you come under my roof; but only order
by the word, and my servant will be healed.
9 For I also am a man under authority, having under myself soldiers: and I say to this one: Go, and
he goes; and to another: Come, and he comes; and to my servant: Do this, and he does it.
10 And when Jesus heard it, he marveled, and said to them that followed: Truly I say to you, I have
not found so great faith, nor in Israel.
11 And I say to you, that many will come from the east and the west, and they will sit down with
Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, in the kingdom of heaven.
12 But the sons of the kingdom will be cast out in the darkness; there will be the weeping and the
gnashing of teeth.
13 And Jesus said to the centurion: Go way; it will be done according what you believe. And the
servant was healed in that hour. (Matthew, VIII, 5-13).
1 After he had ended all his sayings in the ears of the people, he entered in Capernaum.
2 And a certain centurion's servant, who was dear to him, was sick and at the point of death.
3 And when he heard concerning Jesus, he sent to him elders of the Jews, asking him that he would
come and save his servant.
4 And they, when they came to Jesus, besought him earnestly, saying: He is worthy that you would
do this for him;
5 because he is friend of our people, and he built us our synagogue himself.
6 And Jesus went with them. And when he was near from the house, the centurion sent friends to
him, saying to him: Lord, don't trouble yourself; for I am not worthy that you come under my roof.
7 So I am not myself worthy to come to you; but say the word, and my servant will be healed.
8 Because I am also a man set under authority, having soldiers under my orders, and I say to this
one: Go, and he goes; and to another, Come, and he comes; and to my servant: Do this, and he does
it.
9 And when Jesus heard these things, he marveled at him, and turned and said to the multitude that
followed him: I say to you, I have not found so great faith, nor in Israel.
10 And they that were sent, returning to the house, found the servant healthy. (Luke, VII, 1-10).
43 And after the two days he get out and went to Galilee.
44 Because Jesus himself witnessed, that a prophet has no honor in his own ground.
45 So when he came in Galilee, the galilaeans received him, having seen all the things that he did in
Jerusalem at the feast; because they also went to the feast.
46 He drove himself to Cana of Galilee again, where he made the water wine. And there was a
certain official of the king, whose child was sick at Capernaum.
47 When he heard that Jesus was come out of Judaea in Galilee, he went to him, and besought him
that he would come down, and heal his child; because he was at the point of death.
48 Jesus said to him: If you don't see signs and wonders, you will believe in no wise.
49 The official of the king said to him: Sir, come down or my child dies.
50 Jesus said to him: Go your way; your child lives. The man believed the word that Jesus spoke to
him, and he went his way.
51 And as he was now going down, his servants met him, saying that his child lived.
52 So he inquired of them the hour when he became better. They said to him: Yesterday at the
seventh hour the fever left him.
53 So the father knew that it was at that hour in which Jesus said to him: Your child lives; and he
believed, and his whole house.
54 This is again the second sign that Jesus did, having come out of Judaea in Galilee. (John, IV, 43-
54).
48. “The order does not come directly from God, for communicating with God, it is convenient to
be worthy of such communication. God transmits His orders through spirits of higher degrees of
perfection and knowledge.” (244, II, of SB). “Yes, very great, the spirits have one over another
proportional authority according to their superiority, which they exercise through a irresistible
ascendancy moral.” (274 of SB). “Can spirits of lower degree resist themselves against the authority
of those who are higher than themselves? I said irresistible.” (274, I, of SB). God “has His devoted
agents at every step of the ladder of worlds.” (536, II, of SB). “Those who execute material facts
are always of an subaltern order, at the home of the spirits as the home of men.” (538, I, of SB).
Thus Jesus sent good spirits physicians to cure the servant of the centurion, who had much faith and
knew that Jesus has spirits under his services, as he had servants serving him. Herod Arklaus (king
of the Judaea, Emmanuel) was accused by the pharisees and condemned to the death by the Roman
Senate. He passed to be called Publius Lentulus, a roman centurion, and Pontius Pilate was his
procurator who governed the Judaea. Publius Lentulus built a synagogue and worked in the
construction of the temple of Jerusalem. When his daughter became sick he went until Jesus for
knowing more about the healing of his daughter Flávia (Francisco Cândido Xavier). He didn't
brought Jesus to home because he was man. After consulting Jesus he arrived at home and didn't
meet his son John Mark (evangelist) who fled from home with some apostles. John Mark was
brother of Jesus and bilingual. He spoke the judaic language of his mother Mary from Bethany
(Live) and the latin language of his father Publius Lentulus. His daughter Flávia soon became
cured. The apostles liked very much of increasing their histories of fishers.
10 And Jacob went out from Beer-sheba, and went to Haran.
11 And he arrived to certain place, and stayed there all night, because the sun was set; and he took
one of the stones of the place, and put it under his head, and lay down in that place to sleep.
12 And he dreamed. Behold, a ladder set on the earth whose top reached to heaven; and,
behold, the angels of God ascending and descending on it.
13 And, behold, the Lord stood above it, and said: I am the Lord, the God of Abraham your father,
and the God of Isaac. The land where you lay down, I will I give it to you, and to your descent
(seed).
14 Your descent will be as the dust of the earth, and you will spread abroad to the west, and to the
east, and to the north, and to the south. And in you and in descent will be blessed all the families of
the earth.
15 And, behold, I am with you, and I will keep you wherever you go, and I will bring you again in
this land; because I won't leave you, until I have done that which I have spoken to you.
16 And Jacob awaked out of his sleep, and he said: Surely the Lord is in this place; and I didn't
know it.
17 And he was afraid and said: How dreadful is this place! This is the House of God, the door of
heaven.
18 And Jacob rose up early in the morning, and took the stone that he had put under his head, and
set it up for a pillar, and put olive oil upon the top of it.
19 And he called the name of that place Beth-el: but the name of the city was Luz (light in
portuguese) at the first.
20 And Jacob vowed a vow, saying: If God will be with me, and will keep me in this way that I go,
and will give me bread to eat, and cloth to put on,
21 so that I come again to my father's house in peace, and the Lord will be my God;
22 and this stone, which I have set up for a column (pillar), will be God's house; and of all that you
will give me I will surely give the tenth (tithe) to you. (Genesis, XXVIII, 10-22).
XIX – Jesus and the Kingdom of God
57 And as they went on the way, a certain man said to him: I will follow wherever you go.
58 And Jesus said to him: The foxes have holes, and the birds of the heaven have nests; but the Son
of the Man doesn't have where to lay his head.
59 And he said to another: Follow me! But he said: Lord, allow me first to go and sepulcher my
father.
60 But he said to him: Let the dead to bury their own dead. But go and preach the kingdom of God.
61 And another also said: I will follow you, Lord; but first allow me to part from them that are at
my house.
62 But Jesus said to him: No man, having put his hand to the plow, and looking back, is fit for the
kingdom of God. (Luke, IX, 57-62).
18 Now when Jesus saw great multitudes about him, he ordered them to pass to the beyond
(future).
19 And there came a registrar, and said to him: Master, I will follow you wherever you go.
20 And Jesus answered to him: The foxes have holes, and the birds of the heaven have nests; but
the Son of the Man doesn't have where to lay his head.
21 And another of the disciples said to him: Lord, allow me first to go and bury my father.
22 But Jesus replied to him: Follow me; and let the dead to bury their own dead. (Matthew, VIII,
18-22).
49. Jesus doesn't forbid sepulchering bodies of flesh. It is a sanitary action to do it, but, the people
uses to suffer the death of the body; does everything finish in the grave?! “At death the spirit gets
out of slavery; at birth, he re-enters it.” (339 of SB). If the body is dead, the person goes to the
beyond, the kingdom of heaven. “Death doesn't inspire any fright to the just man, because, he has
the faith and the certainty of the future (beyond); hope makes him to expect a better Life; and
charity whose law he has been practised, gives him the assurance that, in the world where he will
go in, he will meet no being which he fears to see.” (941 of SB). God wants that we be happy and
preach the victory of the spirit over the death. When our body dies we have always to abandon
literally each relative that remained incarnated and we don't have how to say farewell. Jesus knew
that after he died he would have a spiritual house where he would lay his head.
35 At the evening of that day, he said to them: Let us go to the beyond (future).
36 Leaving the multitude, they take him with them, even as he was, in the boat. And other boats
followed them.
37 Then a great storm of wind arised, and the waves beat in the boat, such that the boat was filling
of water.
38 And he was in the stern, asleep on the pillow; and they awoke him, and said to him: Master,
don't you care that we die?
39 And he awoke, and rebuked the wind, and said to the lake: Peace, be still. And the wind ceased,
and there was a great calm.
40 So he said to them: Why are you fearful? How come you don't have faith?
41 And they feared exceedingly, and said one to another: Who is this, that even the wind and the
lake obey him? (Mark, IV, 35-41).
23 Thus when he was entered in a boat, his disciples followed him.
24 And behold, there arose a great tempest in the lake, such that the boat was covered with the
waves. But he was asleep.
25 And they came to him, and awoke him, saying: Save, Lord! We die!
26 And he said to them: Why are you fearful, Oh! Men of few faith? Then he arose, and
reprehended the winds and the lake; and there was a great calm.
27 And the men marveled, saying: What kind of man is this, that even the winds and the lake obey
him? (Matthew, VIII, 23-27).
22 On one of those days, he entered in a boat, himself and his disciples; and he said to them: Let us
go to the beyond (future) of the lake; and they departed.
23 But as they sailed he fell asleep. And there came down a storm of wind on the lake; and they
were filling with water, and were in jeopardy.
24 They came to him, and awoke him, saying: Master, Master, we are dying! And he awoke, and
rebuked the wind and the fury of the water. They stopped, and there was a calm.
25 And he said to them: Where is your faith? They were afraid and marveled, saying one to another:
Who is this, that he commands even the winds and the water, and they obey him? (Luke, VIII, 22-
25).
50. Jesus called rappers or noisy spirits to help Him: “They often manifest their presence by the
production of phenomena physical and perceptible by the senses such as raps, the movement and
abnormal displacing of solid bodies, the agitation of the air, etc. They appear to be, more than any
other class of spirits, attached to matter; they seem to be the principal agents in determining the
transformations of the elements of the globe, and they agitate the air, water, fire, and the hard
bodies inside the entrails of the earth. We recognize these phenomena are not appointed to a
fortuitous and physical cause, when they have an intentional and intelligent character. All spirits are
able to produce these phenomena; but elevated spirits usually leave them as attributions of the
subaltern spirits, more able to the material things than to the intelligent things. When they judge
these kind of manifestations are useful they serve themselves with the work of these spirits as
auxiliaries.” (106 of SB). “God does not exercise a direct action upon matter; He has His devoted
agents at every step of the ladder of worlds.” (536, II, of SB). “These who execute material things
are always of an subaltern order, spirit's home and men's home.” (538, I, of SB). “There is a reason
for everything; nothing happens without the permission of God.” (536 of SB). “The mythology of
the ancients is entirely based on spiritist ideas with this difference that they regarded spirits as
divinities presently, they represented to us these gods or spirits with special attributes; therefore,
some of them had charge of the winds, others of the lightning; others, again, presided over
vegetation, etc. Is this belief empty of foundation? "It is so empty of foundation, this faith is
however is very below the truth.” (537 of SB). “In the production of certain phenomena, of storms,
for example, is it a single spirit that acts or they assemble a mass of spirits? In innumerable masses
of spirits.” (539 of SB). “The spirits more underdeveloped are useful to the general assembly; while
they prepare themselves to live, and before they have full conscience of their actions and free will,
they act over certain phenomena whose agents they are without they know that; first they execute;
latter, when their intelligence will be more developed, they will order and manage the things of the
material world; still later, however, they will be able (will degrade) to manage the things of the
moral world. It is thus that everything incases, everything inchains inside nature, from the
primitive atom to the archangel, who himself began at the atom; an admirable law of harmony,
which your limited spirit cannot, however, seize entirely.” (540 of SB). “What is spirit? The
intelligent principle of the universe.” (23 of SB). “From where do the animals take the intelligent
principle that constitutes the species particular of soul of which they are endowed? From the
universal intelligent element.” (606 of SB). “The intelligence of man and this of the animals
emanates, then, from one and the same principle? Undoubtedly; but, in man, it has received an
elaboration which raises it above that which animates the brute.” (606, I, of SB). “The intelligent
principle is elaborated, is gradually individualised, and is prepared to live by himself, as we have
said. It is, any way, a preparatory work, like that of germination, in consequence of which the
intelligent principle suffers a transformation and becomes Spirit. It is then that the period of
humanity begins for him, with his conscience of his beyond (future), the ability to distinguish
between good and evil, and the responsibility of his actions;” (607, I, of SB). The primitive worlds
are “destined to the initial incarnations of the human soul” (GAS, III, 4). “"God has created simple
and ignorant Spirits them all, I mean, without science.” (115 of SB). “The Spirits are the
individualisation of the intelligent principle,” (79 of SB). “We can say that the Spirits are the
intelligent beings of the creation.” (76 of SB). “The human species is that which God has chosen for
the incarnation of the beings that are able to know Him.” (610 of SB). "Do Spirits constitute a
world (sphere) apart, out of that which we see? Yes; the world (sphere) of Spirits or intelligences
without body." (84 of SB). Jesus wasn't afraid of dying. He preferred to live in the beyond (the side
of there, the kingdom of the heavens. His life wasn't happy.
1 But they came to the other side of the lake (of the Galilea), to the land of the gerasenes.
2 And when he got out of the boat, a man with an unclean spirit came to meet him,
3 this man lived in the graves, and no man could arrest him nor with chains;
4 because that he had been arrested with fetters and chains, and the chains had been broken by him,
and the fetters broken in pieces. And no man could subjugate him.
5 And always, night and day, in the tombs and in the mountains, he was crying out, and hurting
himself with stones.
6 When he saw Jesus from afar, he ran and worshipped him;
7 and crying out with a loud voice, he said: What do I have with you, Jesus, Son of the Highest
God? I conjure you by God, for not to torment me!
8 Because he said to him: Unclean spirit! Get out of the man.
9 And he asked him: What is your name? And he said to him: My name is Legion; for we are a lot.
10 And he besought him much that he wouldn't send them away below the ground.
11 Now there was on the mount a great herd of porks.
12 And they besought him, saying: Send us to the porks, that we enter in them.
13 Jesus allowed. And the unclean spirits got out, and entered in the porks, and the herd ran to the
precipice down in the lake, in number about two thousand; and they were drowned in the lake.
14 The feeders of the porks ran away and told it in the city, and in the countries. And the people
came to see what it happened.
15 They went to Jesus, and behold him that was possessed with demons sitting, clothed and in his
right mind, even him that had the legion: and they were afraid.
16 They that saw it declared to them what happened to the possessed with demons, and concerning
the porks.
17 And they began to beseech him to depart from their borders.
18 As he was entering in the boat, he that had been possessed with demons besought him to be with
Jesus.
19 But Jesus didn't allow: Go to your house to your friends, and tell them how great things the Lord
has done for you, and how he had mercy on you.
20 And he went his way, and began to publish in Decapolis how great things Jesus had done for
him: and all men marveled. (Mark, V, 1-20).
28 When he was arrived to the other side in the land of the gadarenes, two possessed with demons
came to him from the sepulchers, so furious, that no man could pass by that way.
29 And behold, they cried out, saying: What do we have with you, oh! Son of God? Did you come
here to torment us before the time?
30 Now there was afar from them a herd of many porks.
31 Then the demons besought him, saying: If you cast us out, send us away in the herd of porks.
32 He said to them: Go. And they came out, and went in the porks; and behold, the whole herd
rushed down the steep in the lake, and died in the waters.
33 The feeders escaped, and went away in the city, and told everything, and what had happened to
the possessed with demons.
34 Then the entire city came to meet Jesus; and when they saw him, they besought him that he
would get out from their borders. (Matthew, VIII, 28-34).
26 Then they arrived at the land of the gerasenes, frontier of Galilee.
27 When he was come to the land, a certain man out of the city met him, who had demons; and for
a long time he had worn no clothes, and inhabited not in any house, but in the tombs.
28 And when he saw Jesus, he cried out, and fell down before him, and with a loud voice said:
What do I have with you, Jesus, Son of the Highest God? I beseech you not to torment me.
29 Because he was commanding the unclean spirit to come out from the man. Because he had
controlled him many times. And he was kept under guard, and bound with chains and fetters; and
breaking these all, he was driven by the demon to the deserts.
30 Jesus asked him: What is your name? He said: Legion; because many demons were entered in
him.
31 They begged him that he wouldn't command them to go to the abyss.
32 Now there was a herd of many porks feeding on the mount; and they begged him that he would
let them enter in them. And he allowed them to.
33 The demons came out from the man, and entered in the porks; and the herd rushed down the
steep in the lake, and was drowned.
34 The feeders saw that and ran away, and told it in the city and in the countries.
35 Then the people went out to see what happened; and they came to Jesus. In fact, they found the
man, from whom the demons were gone out, sitting, clothed and in his right mind, at the feet of
Jesus, and they were afraid.
36 And they that saw it told them how he that was possessed with demons was been saved.
37 All the people of the land of the gerasenes round about asked him to depart from them, because
they were possessed with great fear. And he entered in a boat, and returned.
38 The man from whom the demons were gone out prayed him that he would be with him; but he
sent him away, saying:
39 Return to your house, and declare the great things God has done for you. And he went his way,
publishing through the whole city (Gadara) the great things Jesus had done for him. (Luke, VIII, 26-
39).
51. “A Spirit does not enter in a body as you enter in a house. He likens himself to an incarnate
Spirit who has the same defects and the same qualities as himself for acting together; but it is
always the incarnate Spirit who acts as his want on the matter with which he is clothed. No Spirit
can substitute himself in the place of the Spirit who is incarnated in a given body, for a Spirit is
linked with his body until the times dated for the end of his material existence.” (473 of SB). The
possession "is never done without the participation of this who suffers it, through his weakness or
his desire." (474 of SB). Jesus held the man with much force for not bruising himself and talked to
the Spirits again, to take them out of the obsessed to prove once again that is convenient to
communicate to the inferior spirits of men who were bad when they were alive. The Spirits entered
in the pigs and scared them: “It is correct that the Spirits can become visible and touchable to the
animals and, often, their sudden fright, whose cause you can't detect, is consequence of the vision of
one or more Spirits, with bad intentions concerning to the persons around, or concerning to the
owners of the animals.” (Eraste, MB, 2ª part, XXIII, 236). "'Didn't I say that to you? And you didn't
do that: Didn't I show you the abyss? And you precipitate yourself. Didn't I make you understand
inside your conscience the voice of the truth? And didn't you follow the voice of the lie?' Ah!
Question you guard angels;" (Saint Louis and Saint Augustine, 495 of SB).
XX – Jesus wants compassion
20 He that will sacrifice to the gods, save to the unique Lord, will be dead. (Exodus, XXII, 20).
24 And my anger will light up, and I will kill you by the sword; and your wives will become
widows, and your children fatherless. (Exodus, XXII, 24).
9 Jesus came from there and he saw a man, called Matthew, sitting at the tax bureau and he said to
him: Follow me! And he arose, and followed him.
10 Then he sat at the table in the house, and many publicans and sinners came and sat down with
Jesus and his disciples.
11 And when the pharisees saw it, they said to his disciples: Why does your Master eat with
publicans and sinners?
12 But when he heard it, he said: The wholesome ones don't need of physician, but they that are
sick does.
13 Go and learn what this means: I want compassion, and not sacrifice, for I did not come to call
the just men to the regret, but the sinners. (Matthew, IX, 9-13).
13 He went to the lake side again; and all the multitude followed him, and he taught them.
14 when he was passing by, he saw Levi the son of Alphaeus sitting at the tax office, and he said
to him: Follow me! And he arose and followed him.
15 He was sitting at the table in Levi's house, and many publicans and sinners sat down with Jesus
and his disciples; because those were many and they followed him too.
16 And the registrars of the pharisees, when they saw that he was eating with the sinners and
publicans, said to his disciples: How come does he eat and drink with publicans and sinners?
17 When Jesus heard it, he said to them: They that are wholesome does not need of physician, but
they that are sick does. I came not to call the righteous, but sinners. (Mark, II, 13-17).
27 After these things he went out, and beheld a publican, named Levi, sitting at the place of toll,
and said to him: Follow me!
28 He stood up and leaving everything followed him.
29 Then Levi made a great banquet to him in his house; and there was a great multitude of
publicans and others sitting at the table with them.
30 The pharisees and their registrars whispered against his disciples, saying: Why do you eat and
drink with the publicans and sinners?
31 Jesus answered to them: The health ones don't need of physician; but the sick ones do.
32 I did not come to call the righteous but sinners to repentance. (Luke, V, 27-32).
52. God mixes the sinners for that all learn ones with the others. The sinners must rotate in giving
classes ones to the others for that all can learn what they know. We must learn with those who are
so intelligent as us for that we don't have anger of those who are more intelligent than us. The cause
of our sickness are our sins. God doesn't want sacrifices of animals (holocausts) neither ours. What
he wants is compassion, love. Let us live our Life in the best way without abuses. He doesn't expect
that we torture ourselves in a cross. Let us make the good to ourselves and let us be optimistic. We
mustn't be sadistic, neither masochistic. God doesn't want that we look for suffering. We must seek
the happiness. “Because God gave you intelligence and knowledge to share them with your brothers
for advance on the Life of eternal welfare and happiness.” (Saint Louis and Saint Augustine, 495 of
SB). “It is convenient, by other manner, to open the door of sorrow to the criminal, and not to close
it to him.” (761 of SB). “God has made man for living in society.” (766 of SB). “Man must
progress; alone, he cannot, because, as he does not have all faculties, it is convenient to contact to
other men. In isolation he becomes brutish and wilted.” (768 of SB). “God takes care Himself of all
beings He has created, the most little they are; nothing is too much few for His kindness.” (963 of
SB).
XXI – Jesus and the magnetic passe
21 When Jesus had crossed over again in the boat to the other side, a great multitude was gathered
to him; and he was by the lake.
22 One of the rulers of the synagogue came, his name: Jairus; and seeing him, he fell at his feet,
23 and begged to him much, saying: My little daughter is at the point of death. I pray you, come and
set your hands above her, that she may be saved, and she will live.
24 He went with him. Great multitude followed him, and they compressed him.
25 And a woman, who had an hemorrhage for twelve years,
26 and had suffered many things of many physicians, and had spent all that she had, without getting
better, but got worse,
27 having heard the things concerning Jesus, came inside the multitude after him, and touched his
clothes.
28 Because she said: If I touch but his clothes, I will be made healthy.
29 And immediately the source of her blood was stanched; and she felt in her body that she was
healed of her plague.
30 And straightway Jesus, perceiving in himself that the power proceeding from him had flowed
out, turned him about in the multitude, and said: Who did touch my clothes?
31 His disciples said to him: You see the multitude compressing you, and do you say: Who did
touch me?
32 He looked round about to see her that had done this thing.
33 But the woman fearing and trembling, knowing what had been done to her, came and fell down
before him, and told him all the truth.
34 He said to her: Daughter, your faith had cured you; go in peace, and be far from the evil.
35 While he yet spoke, some of the ruler of the synagogue's house arrived saying: Your daughter is
dead; why do you still trouble the Master?
36 But Jesus, not heeding the word spoken, said to the ruler of the synagogue: Don't fear, only
believe.
37 But he didn't allow any man to follow him, save Peter, and the brothers James and John.
38 They arrived to the house of the ruler of the synagogue; and he beholds a tumult, and many
weeping and wailing greatly.
39 When he was entered in, he said to them: Why do you make a tumult, and weep? The child is not
dead, but sleeps.
40 They laughed him away. But he, having put them all out, took the father of the child and her
mother and them that were with him, and went in where the child was.
41 Taking the child by the hand, he said to her: Talitha cumi! Which is, being interpreted: Girl, I
order you, stand up!
42 Immediately the girl stood up, and walked; because she was twelve years old. And they were
quite amazed.
43 But he ordered meaningful that no man could know this; and he commanded them to feed the
girl. (Mark, V, 21-43).
40 As Jesus returned, the multitude welcomed him; because they were all waiting for him.
41 Behold came a man named Jairus, and he was a ruler of the synagogue, and he fell down at
Jesus' feet, and implored him to come in his house.
42 For he had an only daughter, about twelve years of age, and she was dying. But as he went the
multitudes compressed him.
43 A woman having an hemorrhage for twelve years, who had spent all her living upon physicians,
and could not be healed by any,
44 came behind him, and touched the border of his clothes, and immediately the hemorrhage
stopped.
45 But Jesus said: Who did touch me? As all denied, Peter and they that were with him said:
Master, the multitudes crush you and you say: who did touch me?
46 But Jesus said: Someone did touch me; for I perceived that power had flowed from me.
47 When the woman saw that she was not hidden, she came trembling, and falling down before him
declared in the presence of all the people for what cause she touched him, and how she was healed
immediately.
48 He said to her: Daughter, your faith has made you whole; go in peace.
49 While he spoke yet, one from the ruler of the synagogue's house came, saying: Your daughter is
dead; don't trouble the Master anymore.
50 But Jesus hearing it, answered him: Don't fear; only believe, and she will be saved.
51 When he came to the house, he forbade any man to enter in with him, save Peter, John, James
and the parents of the girl.
52 All were weeping, and bewailing her. But he said: Don't weep; she is not dead, but sleeps.
53 They laughed him a lot, knowing that she was dead.
54 But he, taking her by the hand, called, saying: Girl, stand up!
55 Her spirit returned, and she stood up immediately; and he commanded to feed her.
56 Her parents were amazed, but he ordered them to tell no man what had been done. (Luke, VIII,
40-56).
18 While he spoke these things to them, behold, a ruler came, and worshipped him, saying: My
daughter died now; but come and put your hand over her, and she will live.
19 Jesus stood up, and followed him, and did also his disciples.
20 Behold, a woman, who had an issue of blood for twelve years, came behind him, and touched
the border of his clothes;
21 for she said within herself: If I do touch his clothes, I will be cured.
22 But Jesus turned and saw her and said: Daughter, you have good soul; your faith has saved
you. And the woman was made whole from that instant.
23 When Jesus came in the ruler's house, he saw the flute-players, and the crowd making a tumult.
24 He said: Give up, because the girl is not dead, but sleeps. And they laughed him away.
25 But when the crowd was put out, he entered in, and took her by the hand; and the girl stood up.
26 And the fame of this happening ran all that land. (Matthew, IX, 18-26).
53. The woman didn't have hemorrhage and was playing. Jesus passed a reprimand in her. She
repented and Jesus said that she had good faith and good soul. “The magnetic power dwells,
without doubt, inside man, but it is increased by the action of the Spirits who he calls to aid him. If
you magnetize with the aim of healing, for example, and you invoke a good Spirit who has affection
for you and for your patient, he raises your power and your will, he drives your fluid and give to it
the essential qualities.” (MB, 2ND part, XIV, 176, 2ND). Thus the best magnetizer acts as medium.
“Would the owner of magnetic power act with more efficacy if he believed in the intervention of
the Spirits? He would do things you would call miracle.” (MB, 2ND part, XIV, 176, 4TH). “This
genus of mediumistic quality consists, mainly, in the gift that certain persons have to cure by the
simple touch, by the regard, or by a gesture, without help of any medicine. It will be said, without
doubt, that it isn't more than magnetism. Evidently, the magnetic fluid plays an important part.”
(MB, 2ND part, XIV, 175). The girl wasn't dead. It was a funny gag. “In lethargy, the body is not
dead, because there are functions that are accomplished.” (423 of SB). Jesus used the thought to
apply a passe in the girl. I believe that the magnetic passe can function as the medical device of
electric shock (defibrillation device - 12 volts) that makes the heart resuscitate (beat).
27 Jesus got out from there. Two blind men followed him, crying out: Have mercy on us, son of
David!
28 When he was come in the house, the blind men came to him; and Jesus said to them: Do you
believe that I am able to do this? They said to him: Yes, Lord!
29 Then he touched their eyes, saying: According to your faith be it done to you.
30 And their eyes were opened. And Jesus advised them severely, saying: Assure that no man
knows it.
31 But they went out, and divulged his fame in all that land.
32 As they went out, behold, there was brought to him a dumb man possessed with a demon.
33 When the demon was cast out, the dumb man spoke; and the multitudes marveled, saying: It was
never been seen in Israel!
34 But the pharisees said: He casts demons out by the prince of the demons.
35 Jesus went about all the cities and the villages, teaching in their synagogues, and preaching the
gospel of the kingdom, and healing all manner of disease and all manner of sickness. (Matthew, IX,
27-35).
22 Then was brought to him one possessed with a demon, blind and dumb; and he healed him, such
that the dumb man spoke and saw.
23 And all the multitudes were amazed, and said: Can this be the son of David?
24 But when the pharisees heard it, they whispered: This man does not cast out demons, but by
Beelzebub the prince of the demons.
25 And knowing their thoughts he said to them: Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to
desolation; and every city or house divided against itself won't stand.
26 If Satan casts Satan out, he is divided against himself; how then will his kingdom stand?
27 But if I cast demons out by Beelzebub, by who do your sons cast them out? Therefore they will
be your judges.
28 But if I cast demons out by the Spirit of God, then the kingdom of God is come to you.
29 Or how can one enter in the house of the strong man, and rob his goods, except if he first ties his
hands? And then he will sack his house.
30 The one who is not for me is against me; and the one who doesn't unite to me, scatters.
31 Therefore I say to you: Every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven to men; but the blasphemy
against the Spirit won't be forgiven.
32 And whoever will speak a word against the Son of the Man, it will be forgiven to him; but
whoever will speak against the Holy Spirit, it won't be forgiven to him, neither in this world, nor in
the beyond (future). (Matthew, XII, 22-32).
20 Then he went home. But the multitude came together again, so they could not even eat.
21 And when his relatives heard it, they went out to arrest him, because they said: He is out of his
mind.
22 The registrars that came down from Jerusalem said: He has Beelzebub. And, he casts the demons
out by the prince of the demons.
23 He called them to him, and said to them in parables: How can Satan cast out Satan?
24 If a kingdom is divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand.
25 If a house is divided against itself, that house won't be able to stand.
26 If Satan has risen up against himself, and is divided, he cannot stand, but has to end.
27 None can enter in the house of the valiant man to rob his goods, except he first tie his hands; and
then he will spoil his house.
28 Truly I say to you: All their sins will be forgiven to the sons of men, and their sins and the
blaspheme they will say.
29 But whoever will blaspheme against the Holy Spirit has never forgiveness, but is guilty of an
eternal sin.
30 Because they said: He has an unclean spirit. (Mark, III, 20-30).
14 And he was casting out a demon that was dumb. When the demon was gone out, the dumb man
spoke; and the multitudes marveled.
15 But some of them said: He casts demons out by Beelzebub the prince of the demons.
16 And others, trying him, asked of him a sign from heaven.
17 But he, knowing their thoughts, said to them: Every kingdom divided against itself will be on
desolation; and a house divided against a house will fall down.
18 If Satan also is divided against himself, how will his kingdom stand? Because you say that I cast
demons out by Beelzebub.
19 If I cast demons out by Beelzebub, by who do your sons cast them out? Therefore they will be
your judges.
20 But if I cast demons out by the finger of God, then the kingdom of God is come to you.
21 When the valiant man fully armed guards his own house, his goods are in peace.
22 But when a stronger than he will come over him, and defeats him, he takes from him his whole
armor in what he trusted, and divides his spoils.
23 He that is not with me is against me; and he that doesn't unite to me scatters. (Luke, XI, 14-23).
10 Whoever speak a word against the Son of the Man, it will be forgiven by him. But he that
blasphemes against the Holy Spirit he won't be forgiven. (Luke, XII, 10).
54. Jesus played of curing the people, but prudently he prohibited them of telling the jokes. This
increased the fame of Jesus. The fame is very perilous. Who has fame is persecuted by the envy of
the people. “Did the handicaps (that we tried to bring to the freedom of the manifestations)
decompose them and suffocate? No; because it would produce the effect of all persecutions: that of
exciting curiosity, and the desire to know this what will be defended.” (Allan Kardec, VI of the
conclusion of SB). Many times, during the expelling of the obsessing spirits, the bad and valiant
Spirit is taken with his tied hands by devils and against his will to the Spiritist Association to be
indoctrinated. It is enough to have faith in the Spirits who are responsible by the fluidic protection
of the ambient resources (goblins), that they will do this work. “To this class belongs the spirits
vulgarly called by the names of hobgoblin, bogyman, gnome, fairy, elf. They are under dependence
of high spirits, who often employ them as we make to our servants. In their communications with
men their language is often something spiritual and funny, but almost always superficial.” (103 of
SB). The pharisees hurt Jesus because of the lies and of his fame. Jesus also hurt the pharisees and
they became with anger. Because of this they will want to kill him.
11 In the next day he went to a city called Nain; and his disciples went with him, and a great
multitude.
12 Now when he arrives near to the gate of the city, behold, there was carried out one that was
dead, the only son of his mother, and she was a widow; and much people of the city was with her.
13 When the Lord saw her, he had compassion on her, and said to her: Don't weep!
14 He came and touched the casket and stopping the porters he said: Young man, I order you: stand
up!
15 And he that was dead sat up, and began to speak. And he gave him to his mother.
16 They became fearful and they glorified God, saying: A great prophet is arisen among us; and,
God has visited his people.
17 These news about him was divulged in the whole of Judaea, and all the region round about.
(Luke, VII, 11-17).
XXII – Jesus and the saturday
9 Six days you will work, and you will do all your actions.
10 But the seventh day is the saturday of the Lord, your God; in it you won't do any work, nor your
son, nor your daughter, your man-servant, nor your maid-servant, nor your animal, nor your
foreigner who is inside your doors.
11 Because the Lord made heaven and earth in six days: the lake, and all that in them is, and rested
the seventh day; thus the Lord blessed the saturday, and hallowed it. (Exodus, XX, 9-11).
12 Observe the saturday, to keep it holy, as the Lord, your God, commanded.
13 Six days you will work, and you will do all your work.
14 But the seventh day is a Saturday to the Lord, your God; in it you won't do any work, nor your
son, nor your daughter, nor your man-servant, nor your maid-servant, nor your ox, nor your donkey,
nor any animal of yours, nor your foreigner who is in your doors; that your servant rests as you.
15 You will remember that you was a servant in the land of Egypt, and the Lord your God brought
you out from there by a mighty hand and by an outstretched arm; thus the Lord, your God,
commanded you to keep the Saturday. (Deuteronomy, V, 12-15).
2 David said to Ahimelech, the priest: The king has commanded me a business, and has said to me:
Let no man know anything of the business about I send you, and what I have commanded you; and
I dated to meet the young men to such and such a place.
3 Now what do you have under your hand? Give me five breads or whatever there is present.
4 And the priest answered David, and said: There is no common bread under my hand, but there is
holy bread; if only the young men have kept themselves from women.
5 And David answered the priest, and said to him: Yes, as always, when I came out, women have
been kept from us about these three days, the bodies of the young men are holy. Though it was but a
common journey; how much will their bodies be holy more than today?
6 So the priest gave holy bread to him; because there was no bread there but the showbread, that
was taken from before the Lord, to put hot bread in the day when it was taken away. (I Samuel,
XXI, 2-6).
32 And some of their brothers, of the sons of the Kohathites, had the work of preparing the
showbread every saturday. (I Chronicles, IX, 32).
33 for the showbread, and for the continual meal-offering, and for the continual sacrifices for the
saturdays, for the new moons, for the set feasts, and for the holy things, and for the sin-offerings to
make atonement for Israel, and for all the work of the house of our God. (Nehemiah, X, 33).
1 At that season Jesus went on the saturday through the grainfields. His disciples were hungry and
began to pick spikes and to eat.
2 But the pharisees, when they saw it, said to him: Behold, your disciples do that which it is not
lawful to do on the saturday.
3 But he said to them: Don't you read what David did, when he was hungry, and they that were with
him?
4 How he entered in the house of God, and ate the showbread, which it was not lawful for him to
eat, neither for them that were with him, but only for the priests?
5 Or didn't you read in the law, that on the saturday the priests in the temple violate the saturday,
and are guiltless?
6 But I say to you: Here is the one who is greater than the temple.
7 But if you had known what this means: I want compassion and not sacrifices; you wouldn't have
condemned the innocent.
8 Because the Son of the Man is the Lord of the Saturday. (Matthew, XII, 1-8).
23 He was going on the saturday through the grainfields; and his disciples began, as they went, to
pluck the spikes.
24 The pharisees advised him: Behold, why do they that which is not lawful on the saturday?
25 And he said to them: Did you never read what David did, when he had need, and was hungry,
he, and they that were with him?
26 How he entered in the house of God when Abiathar was high priest, and ate the showbread,
which it is not lawful to eat save for the priests, and gave also to them that were with him?
27 And he said to them: The Saturday was made for man, and not man for the saturday;
28 so the Son of the Man is Lord even of the saturday. (Mark, II, 23-28).
1 It happened on a Saturday: he was going through the grainfields; and his disciples plucked the
ears, and ate, threshing them in their hands.
2 But certain of the pharisees said: Why do you do what is not lawful on the saturday?
3 Jesus answering them: Haven't you read what David did, when he was hungry, he, and they that
were with him?
4 How he entered in the house of God, and took and ate the showbread, and gave also to them that
were with him; which it is not lawful to eat save for the priests alone?
5 He said to them: The Son of the Man is Lord of the Saturday. (Luke, VI, 1-5).
55. “What is the limit of the work? The limit of strength; besides, God sets the man free.” (683 of
SB). “Rest serves to restore the bodily powers and is also necessary in order to give fewer freedom
to the intelligence for standing up over the matter.” (682 of SB). The spiritist doctrine doesn't fix
day, neither hour to work or to rest, but both must there be. “What is to be thought of those who
misuse their authority for imposing excess of work to their inferiors? That is one of the worst
crimes. Every man that has the might of commanding is responsible for the excess of work which
he imposes to his inferiors, for he transgresses the law of God.” (684 of SB). “Has the man the right
to repose in old age? Yes; he is obliged only according to his strength.” (685 of SB). “But what
resource has the elder who needs to work to live, but who can't anymore? The strong must to work
to the weak; in the lack of the family, the society must replace it. It is the law of charity.” (685, I, of
SB). “The social insurance will be paid by the whole society,” (article 195, caput, of the Brazilian
Federal Constitution). “The social welfare will be organized in the form of general regime, with
contributive character and obligatory affiliation,” (article 201, caput, of the Brazilian Federal
Constitution). Give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar (Matthew, XXII, 21). "Art. 1.695. The
alimony are owed when who demand them doesn't have goods enough, neither can provide, by his
work, to his own maintenance, and that, of whom they are complained, can supply it, without
defalcation of the necessary to his maintenance." (article 1.695 of the Brazilian Civil Code). "The
social assistance will be paid to whom needs it, independently of contribution to the public social
insurance, and it has for aims: (...) V - the guaranty of a minimum wage of monthly benefit to the
person carrying a deficiency and to the elderly ones who prove they don't have means to provide
their own maintenance or been provided by his family, according to the dispositions of the law."
(article 203, caput and item V, of the Brazilian Federal Constitution). This benefit (to residents in
Brazil) must be requested by the elder who doesn't have retirement, neither family to support him or
by the physical or mental deficient one (carrying especial needs) to the Brazilian National Institute
of Social Insurance.
1 He entered again in the synagogue; and there was a man there who had his hand withered.
2 They watched him, whether he would heal him on the saturday; that they would accuse him.
3 He said to the man that had his hand withered: Come to the middle!
4 He said to them: Is it lawful to do good, or to do harm on the saturday? Save a Life, or to kill? But
they shut up.
5 When he had looked round about on their anger, being resented by the hard of their hearts, he said
to the man: Open your hand. He opened his hand. The hand was restored.
6 The pharisees went out, and they were plotting with the herodians against him, how they would
kill him.
7 Jesus with his disciples went to the lake. A great multitude from Galilee followed; and from
Judaea,
8 and from Jerusalem, and from Idumaeus, and beyond the Jordan, and about Tyre and Sidon, a
great multitude, knowing what great things he did, they came to him.
9 He spoke to his disciples, that a little boat would wait for him because of the crowd, to avoid they
would compress him.
10 Because he had healed many; such that as they had sickness they ventured to touch him.
11 Even the unclean spirits, whenever they saw him, fell down before him, and cried, saying: You
are the Son of God!
12 But Jesus advised severely not to publish him. (Mark, III, 1-12).
9 He departed from there, and went in their synagogue:
10 there was a man having a withered hand. They asked him, saying: Is it lawful to heal on the
saturday? So they could accuse him.
11 And he said to them: Which man among of you, that having one sheep, and if this fall in a pit on
the saturday, will you not endeavor to set it out from there?
12 How much does a man value more than a sheep!? So it is lawful to do good on the saturday.
13 Then he said to the man: Open your hand. And he opened it; and it was restored whole, as the
other.
14 But the pharisees went out, and plotted against him, how they would destroy him.
15 Jesus perceiving it get out from there. Many followed him; and he healed them all,
16 but he advised them that they couldn't comment what he had done;
17 in order to fulfill which was spoken through Isaiah the prophet:
18 Behold, my servant whom I have chosen; My beloved in whom my soul is well pleased: I will put
my Spirit over him, and he will declare judgment to the foreigners.
19 He won't contend, nor cry aloud; neither any one will hear his voice on the public squares.
20 He won't smash the broken cane. He won't extinguish the smoking wick, till he will become the
judgment a winner.
21 And the foreigners will hope in his name. (Matthew, XII, 9-21).
1 Behold, my servant, whom I support; my chosen, in whom my soul delights. I have put my Spirit
over him; he will bring justice to the foreigners.
2 He won't cry, nor cry his voice, nor he will be heard in the public square.
3 He won't squash the broken reed; he won't quench the burning wick; he will promulgate the law.
4 He will be discouraged or break, till he has set justice in the earth; and the islands will wait for his
law. (Isaiah, XLII, 1-4).
6 It happened on another saturday, that he entered in the synagogue and taught. There was a man
there, and his right hand was withered.
7 The registrars and the pharisees watched him, whether he would heal on the saturday; that they
would find how to accuse him.
8 But he knew their thoughts; and he said to the man that had his hand withered: Stand up and come
to the middle. And he arose and stood up.
9 Jesus said to them: I ask you: Is it lawful to do good, or to do harm on the saturday? To save a
Life, or to destroy it?
10 He looked round about on them all, and said to him: Open your hand. And he did so: and his
hand was restored.
11 But they were filled with madness; and discussed one with another what they would do to Jesus.
(Luke, VI, 6-11).
56. The life of Jesus was a parable. He didn't cure anyone. He only wanted to explain that we can do
the well in the saturday. The pharisees wanted to kill him, because he had violated the saturday.
Jesus had offended the third commandment of the law of Moses and the punishment was the death!
Jesus still interdicted them to publish or comment His works, because it was written that He would
do that. We must never publish the good we do: “It is convenient to do the good for charity, it
means, disinterestedly.” (897 of SB). The law of Moses was reasonably correct. Many people
doesn't use to do the good in the day of the weekly rest. When they are unoccupied they seek the
evil to do. They fall in the dissolute Life, abuse of the alcoholic beverage, of the musics, of the
narcotics; they spend nights without sleeping and practice all the vices. Thus they get sick and after
a long time they suffer painful deaths. So the Decalogue is correct. It is not necessary to kill the one
who violates the Decalogue, for the one who violates the Decalogue surely practices suicide.
10 He was teaching in one of the synagogues on the saturday.
11 A woman that had a spirit of infirmity for eighteen years came there. She walked curved. She
could straighten herself no wise.
12 When Jesus saw her, he called her, and said to her: Woman, you are free of your infirmity.
13 And he set his hands over her; and immediately she was made straight, and glorified God.
14 The ruler of the synagogue, being moved with indignation because Jesus had healed on the
saturday said to the multitude: There are six days in which men must work; come in them and be
healed, and not on the day of the saturday.
15 But the Lord said: Little critics, doesn't each one of you loose your ox or your donkey from the
trough on the saturday, and lead it to drink water?
16 Why wouldn't I loose of the slavery of Satan on the day of the saturday, this daughter of
Abraham, who was arrested for eighteen years?
17 When he said these words: All his adversaries were ashamed. But the multitude rejoiced for all
the glorious things that were done by him. (Luke, XIII, 10-17).
1 After these things there was a feast of the jews; and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.
2 Now there is in Jerusalem by the Sheep Door a pool, which is called in hebrew: Bethesda, having
five pavilions.
3 In these there was a multitude of them that were sick, blind, lame, paralytic
4 expecting that the water moved. Because an angel descended in certain time, shaking the water;
and the first one that entered in the pool after the shaking, was cured of any sickness.
5 A man sick for eight years was there.
6 When Jesus saw him lying, and knew that he had been now a long time in that case, he said to
him: Do you want to be cured?
7 The sick man answered him: Sir, I have no man, when the water is shaken, to put me in the pool;
but while I am coming, another comes in before me.
8 Jesus said to him: Stand up, take your bed, and walk.
9 Straightway the man was healed, and took his bed and walked. Now it was the saturday that day.
10 So the jews said to him that was cured: It is the saturday, and it is not lawful for you to take your
bed.
11 But he answered them: The same that cured me said: Take your bed, and walk.
12 They asked him: Who is the man that said to you: Take up your bed, and walk?
13 But he that was healed didn't know who it was; because Jesus had gotten out for there was a
multitude in the place.
14 Latter Jesus found him in the temple, and said to him: You are cured: don't sin anymore, for
that something worse does not happen to you.
15 The man went away, and told the jews that he was Jesus who had cured him.
16 then the jews persecuted Jesus, because he did these things on the saturday.
17 But Jesus answered them: My Father works until now, and I work too.
18 For this cause, so, the jews sought the more to kill him, because he not only broke the saturday,
but he also called God his own Father, making himself equal to God. (John, V, 1-18).
1 When he went in the house of one of the rulers of the pharisees on a saturday to eat bread, and
they were watching him.
2 There was before him a certain man that had the dropsy (he accumulated a liquid like serum in
some hollows).
3 Then Jesus answering to the interpreters of the law and pharisees said: Is it lawful to heal on the
saturday, or not?
4 But they said nothing. And he took him, and healed him, and let him go.
5 then he said to them: Which of you having a son or an ox, if he fall down in a well, will you take
him out immediately on a saturday?
6 They could not answer again to these things. (Luke, XIV, 1-6).
XXIII – Jesus declares Himself Son of God and equal to God
17 But Jesus answered them: My Father work until now and I work too.
18 For this cause, so, the jews sought the more to kill him, because he not only broke the saturday,
but he also called God his own Father, making himself equal to God.
19 Then Jesus spoke to them: Truly, truly I say to you that the Son can't do anything by himself, but
he does only what he sees the Father doing; because everything this does, the Son will do similarly.
20 Because the Father loves the Son, and shows him all things that himself does; and greater works
than these he will show him, that you will marvel.
21 For as the Father resuscitates the deads and gives them Life, in the same way the Son also give
Life to whom he want.
22 And the Father doesn't judge any man, but he has given all judgment to the Son;
23 in order to all will honor the Son, as they honor the Father. He that doesn't honor the Son, he
doesn't honor the Father that sent him.
24 Truly, truly, I say to you: He that hears my word, and believes in him who sent me, has eternal
Life, and doesn't come in judgment, but has passed from death to Life.
25 Truly, truly, I say to you: The hour comes, and is now, when the deads will listen to the voice of
the Son of God; and they that hear will live.
26 Because as the Father is alive himself, he also allowed the Son to be alived himself.
27 And he gave him authority to judge, because he is a Son of the Man.
28 Don't marvel about this; because the hour comes, in which all that are in the graves will hear his
voice, and they will come out:
29 they that have done good, to the resurrection of Life; and they that have done evil, to the
resurrection of judgment.
30 I can don'thing by myself; as I hear, I judge. And my judgment is just; because I don't seek my
own will, but the will of him that sent me.
31 If I witness about myself, my witness is not true.
32 It is another that witnesses about me; and I know that the witness which he witnesses about me is
true.
33 You have sent messengers to John and he has witnessed the truth.
34 But this man isn't my witness; hoowever I say these things, for that you will be saved.
35 He was the lamp that burned and shone; and you were willing to reenjoy for a while in his light.
36 But the witness which I have is greater than that of John; because the works which the Father has
given me to accomplish, these works that I do witnesses about me, that the Father has sent me.
37 The Father who sent me has witnessed about me. You have never heard his voice, nor seen his
form.
38 And you have not his word inside you; because you don't believe in him who he sent.
39 Research the scriptures, because you judge that you have eternal Life in them; but these are they,
which witness about me.
40 However you don't want to come to me to have Life.
41 I am not glorified by the men.
42 But I know that you don't have the love for God in yourselves.
43 I came in the name of my Father, and you don't receive me; but if another will come in his own
name, you will receive him.
44 You receive glory one from another, how come you do believe one in another, but don't you seek
the glory from the unique God?
45 Don't think that I will accuse you before the Father; there is one that accuses you: Moses, in
whom you have set your trust.
46 Because if you believed in Moses, you would believe on me; because he wrote about me.
47 But if you don't believe in his writings, how will you believe in my words? (John, V, 17-47).
57. Jesus declares that the Father has Life because the Father is another pure Spirit like Him, the
Father is alive! He is the angel Gabriel, who has announced Him to Mary. God is an alive God,
because he has Life as we have Life. We are sons of the man and sons of God. Each one of us will
enter to the to the divine unity, becoming Holy Spirits. "Consequently the love among men
recommended by Christ will be increased between them. They will thus have obeyed the law of
love and union imposed on all the beings of the universe; the Divine Law must drive to the unity
(union): the aim and end of the Spirit." (665 of SB). “God is unique. If there were several Gods,
there wouldn't be unity of sight nor unity of might in the holy orders of the universe.” (Allan
Kardec, 13 of SB). "Where do we see inside the primary cause a Supreme Intelligence and higher
than all other intelligences? You have a proverb, which says this: 'By the work we recognize the
worker.' Oh! Well! Regard the work and seek the worker." (9 of SB).
XXIV – The mission of the apostles
35 And Jesus went about all the cities and the villages, teaching in their synagogues, and preaching
the gospel of the kingdom, and healing all manner of disease and all manner of sickness.
36 But when he saw the multitudes, he was moved with compassion for them, because they were
afflicted and exhausted, as sheep without shepherd.
37 Then he said to his disciples: The grainfield is abundant in truth, but the workers are few.
38 Pray, so, the Lord of the harvest, that he send workers to his crop.
1 And he called to him his twelve disciples, and gave them authority over unclean spirits, to expel
them, and to heal all kind of disease and sickness.
2 Now the names of the twelve apostles are these: The first, Simon, who is called Peter, and
Andrew his brother; James the son of Zebedee, and John his brother;
3 Philip, and Bartholomew; Thomas, and Matthew (or Levi - the author) the publican; James the
son of Alphaeus, and Thaddaeus (or Jude - the author);
4 Simon the Cananaean (the Zealot), and Judas Iscariot, the one who betrayed him.
5 Jesus sent these twelve, and taught them: Don't go to the foreigners, and don't enter in cities of the
samaritans;
6 but preferably go to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.
7 And as you go, preach, saying: The kingdom of heaven is arrived.
8 Heal the sick, resuscitate the dead, purify the lepers, cast out demons; you received gratuitously,
you give gratuitously. (Matthew, IX, 35 to X, 8).
7 And he called to him the twelve, and began to send them two by two; and he gave them authority
over the unclean spirits. (Mark, VI, 7).
13 Then he went up to the mount, and called to him who he himself wanted; and they came to him.
14 He named twelve to be with him, and to send them to preach,
15 and to have authority to cast out demons.
16 They were: Simon to whom he added Peter (means stone);
17 and James the son of Zebedee, and John the brother of James; to these he added Boanerges,
which means: sons of thunder;
18 Andrew, and Philip, and Bartholomew, and Matthew (or Levi), and Thomas, and James the son
of Alphaeus, and Thaddaeus (or Jude), and Simon the Cananaean (the Zealot),
19 and Judas Iscariot, the one who betrayed him. (Mark, III, 13-19).
12 In these days, he went out to the mount to pray; and he passed all night praying to God.
13 And when it was day, he called his disciples; and he chose twelve among them, whom he also
named apostles:
14 Simon, whom he also named Peter (means stone), and Andrew his brother; and James and John,
and Philip and Bartholomew,
15 and Matthew (or Levi) and Thomas; and James the son of Alphaeus, and Simon who was called
the Zealot (the Cananaean),
16 and Judas the son of James (brother of James - Jude, I, 1 - or Thaddaeus), and Judas Iscariot,
who became a traitor. (Luke, VI, 12-16).
1 After these things the Lord named seventy others; and sent them two and two before his face in
every city and place, where he himself was about to come.
2 And he said to them: The harvest is really plenteous, but the workers are few. Pray, so, to the
Lord of the grainfield that he sends workers to his crop. (Luke, X, 1-2).
16 He that listen to you hears me; and he that rejects you rejects me; and he that rejects me rejects
him that sent me.
17 then the seventy returned with joy, saying: Lord, even the demons are subject to us in your
name!
18 But he said to them: I saw Satan falling as lightning from heaven.
19 Behold, I have given you authority to step on snakes and scorpions, and over all the power of the
enemy; and nothing will in any wise hurt you.
20 Nevertheless don't reenjoy cause the spirits are subject to you; but reenjoy that your names are
written in heaven. (Luke, X, 16-20).
58. Jesus asked his eighty-two disciples to cure and to expel obsessive spirits gratuitously. Gee
whiz, Jesus only played of curing and expelling demons doesn't cost anything. Jesus wasn't a
professional of the medicine. He didn't sell medicines. Neither he sold books of Spirits.
9 Don't carry gold, nor silver, nor brass in your belts;
10 neither saddlebag for your journey, neither two coats, nor sandals, nor crook; because the
worker is worthy of his food.
11 And in any city or village you will enter, question who is worthy in it; and there you will
lodge till you go away.
12 While you enter in the house, salute it;
13 if the house is worthy, let your peace come over it; but if it is not worthy, let your peace be back
to you.
14 If someone doesn't lodge you, neither listen to your words, while you go out of that house or
that city, shake out the dust of your feet.
15 Truly I say to you, it will there be less severity for Sodom and Gomorrah in the day of judgment,
than for that city.
16 Behold, I send you as sheep in the middle of wolves; be, so, judicious as snakes, and innocent
as pigeons.
23 When they persecute you in this city, run away to the next; because truly I say to you that you
won't go through the cities of Israel, till the Son of the Man be come.
38 And he that does not take his cross and follow after me, is not worthy of me.
39 He that loves his Life will lose it; and he that loses his Life for my cause will find it.
40 He that receives you receives me, and he that receives me receives him that sent me.
41 He that receives a prophet in the name of a prophet will receive a prophet's reward; and he that
receives a just man in the character of a just man will receive a just man's reward.
42 And whoever will give to drink to one of these little ones a cup of cold water only, because he is
my disciple, truly I say to you he won't lose his reward absolutely. (Matthew, X, 9-16, 23 and 38-
42).
1 He called the twelve together, and gave them might and authority over all demons, and to cure
diseases.
2 He sent them to preach the kingdom of God, and to heal the sick.
3 He said to them: Take nothing for your journey, neither staff, nor knapsack, nor bread, nor
money; neither have two coats.
4 Whatever house you enter, there you will lodge and from there you will go away.
5 Wherever they don't lodge you, when you go out from that city, shake out the dust of your
feet for a witness against them.
6 They departed, and went through all the villages, preaching the gospel, and healing everywhere.
(Luke, IX, 1-6).
3 Take your way! Behold, I send you as lambs in the middle of wolves.
4 Don't carry handbag, or saddlebag, or sandals; and don't salute any man on the way.
5 While you go inside any house you will say first: Peace for this house!
6 If there is a son of peace, your peace will rest over him; but if not, your peace will turn to you
again.
7 And in that same house you will remain lodged, eating and drinking such things as they
have; because the worker is worthy of his salary. Don't go from house to house.
8 Whatever city you enter, and they lodge you, eat such things as they set before you.
9 Heal the sick that there is, and say to them: The kingdom of God is coming to you.
10 But whatever city you will enter, and they don't lodge you, go out to the streets and say:
11 Even the dust of your city that glued to our feet, we shake out against you. Nevertheless, know
this that the kingdom of God is coming.
12 I say to you, it will be less severity in that day for Sodom, than for that city.
13 Ouch! Of you Chorazin! Ouch! Of you Bethsaida! Because if the mighty works, which were
done in you, had been done in Tyre and Sidon, these would have regretted long ago, sitting in
sackcloth and ashes.
14 But it will there be more less severity for Tyre and Sidon in the judgment, than for you.
15 And you, Capernaum, you will be exalted to heaven? You will be brought down to Hades. (the
hell in greek; read "The Odyssey" of the greek Homero).
16 He that listen to you hears me; and he that rejects you rejects me; and he that rejects me rejects
him that sent me.
17 Then the seventy returned with joy, saying: Lord, even the demons are subject to us by your
name!
18 But he said to them: I saw Satan falling as lightning from heaven.
19 Behold, I have given you authority to step on snakes and scorpions, and over all the power of the
enemy; and nothing will any way hurt you.
20 Nevertheless, don't reenjoy because the spirits are subject to you; but reenjoy because your
names are written in heaven. (Luke, X, 3-20).
8 He ordered them that they would take nothing for their journey, save a staff only; no bread, no
bag, no money in their handbag;
9 but to go wearing sandals and not to put two coats on.
10 He advised them: Whenever you enter in a house, there you will lodge till you depart from
there.
11 Wherever they don't lodge you, nor listen to you, as you go out from there, shake out the dust
that is under your feet for a witness against them.
12 Then they went out, and preached that people would regret.
13 They cast out many demons, and healed the sick ones anointing them with oil. (Mark, VI, 8-13).
20 Then he began to rebuke the cities where the most of his mighty works were done, because they
didn't sorrow.
21 Ouch! Of you Chorazin! Ouch! Of you Bethsaida! Because if the mighty works which were
done in you, had been done in Tyre and Sidon these would have regretted long ago in sackcloth and
ashes.
22 But I say to you, it will be less severity for Tyre and Sidon in the day of judgment than for you.
23 And you, Capernaum, will you be exalted to heaven? You will go down to Hades (the hell in
greek, read "The Odyssey" of the greek Homero); because if the mighty works which were done in
you, had been done in Sodom this would have remained until this day.
24 But I say to you that it will be less severity for the land of Sodom in the day of judgment, than
for you. (Matthew, XI, 20-24).
59. Jesus was angry with cities which didn't take interest for his jokes of healing. Jesus asks the
disciples not to carry money, because if they do that, they will spend the money and they will attract
the envy of others who will beg alms or your things or they will rob you. If you dress luxuriously,
you will attract greedy ones, which will also rob you. Being rich is so dangerous as being famous.
The work dignifies the man. Jesus asked that we visited the more worthy persons not in material
richness, but in moral richness. Unworthy persons won't lodge us. Giving lodgment is receiving our
Spirit as a son, a child which will reincarnate. For being cured it is necessary to be worthy to be
cured. It is necessary to have a good soul. It is necessary to obey the moral laws and the scientific
laws. Who doesn't repent of his sins, perfecting himself, is not healed. The disciples of Jesus must
never oblige anyone to lodge them. If someone doesn't want to lodge them, they must his back to
him, shake the dust of the feet and go away. The disciples must be judicious like snakes, which
crawl themselves in the ground: these can't fall down from the up of their pride. The disciple must
be modest and innocent as pigeons, which eat the cereal, which is given to them.
17 Careful! About the men; because they will deliver you to the courts, and they will whip you in
theirs synagogues.
18 You will be brought before governors and kings because of my cause, to be witnesses to them
and to the foreigners.
19 But when they deliver you, don't be anxious how or what you will speak, because it will be
dictated to you in that hour what you will speak.
20 Because it is not you that speak, but the Spirit of your Father that speaks in you.
22 And you will be hated by all men because of my name; but he that perseveres until the end, the
same will be saved.
23 When they persecute you in a city, run away to the next; because truly I say to you that you
won't have gone through the cities of Israel, till the Son of the Man be come.
24 The disciple is not above his Master, nor a servant above his Lord.
25 To be equal to his Master is enough to the disciple, and the servant, equal to his Lord. If they
have persecuted the Master of the house naming him Beelzebub, what will they do to his
household!
32 Therefore, whoever will confess me before men, I will also confess him before my Father who is
in heaven.
33 But whoever will deny me before men, I will also deny him before my Father who is in heaven.
(Matthew, X, 17-20, 22-25, 32-33).
8 I also say to you: Every one who will confess me before men, the Son of the Man will also
confess him before the angels of God;
9 but he that denies me in the presence of men will be denied in the presence of the angels of God.
10 Every one who will speak a word against the Son of the Man, it will be forgiven by him; but he
that blasphemes against the Holy Spirit it won't be forgiven.
11 While they bring you before the synagogues, and the rulers, and the authorities, don't be worried
about how or what you will answer, or what you will say.
12 Because the Holy Spirit will teach you in that exact hour what you must say. (Luke, XII, 8-
12).
60. What Jesus predicted was right. The apostle Paul reached the Caesar of the Roman Empire
because he preached the Christ. When we are delivered to the justice, we must not to deal with the
lawyers what we must say. We must say mediumisticaly what will be dictated by the Spirits.
Everyone who defends the Christ is hated, because the disciples of Jesus are against selfishness,
pride, acquisitiveness, the seven capital sins, etc. We are all equal before the law. The servant or the
disciple is not greater, neither lesser than his Master or Lord. We must endeavor to be equal to the
Lord. If Jesus was persecuted and crucified, why will they not do the same to his disciples?
Everyone who confesses to be disciple of the Christ will be worthy in the sphere of the Spirits.
Certainly the spiritists will be called followers of Beelzebub continually because they doctrine the
bad spirits.
21 And the brother will deliver his brother to death, and the father his child; and the children will
rebel against their parents, and they will kill them.
34 Don't think that I came to bring peace on the earth; I didn't come to bring the peace, but the
sword.
35 For I came to set discussion between the man against his father; and the daughter against her
mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law.
36 So, the enemies of the man will be their familiars.
37 He that loves his father or his mother more than me is not worthy of me; and he that loves his
son or his daughter more than me is not worthy of me. (Matthew, X, 21, 34-37).
49 I came to cast fire on the earth; and what do I want more, if it is already inflamed?
50 But I have a baptism to be baptized with; and how I anguish myself till it is accomplished!
51 Do you think that I came to give peace to earth? I tell you: No; but division.
52 Because, from now on there will be five divided in one house: three against two, and two against
three.
53 They will be divided: father against son, and son against father; mother against daughter, and
daughter against her mother; mother in law against her daughter in law, and daughter in law against
her mother in law. (Luke, XII, 49-53).
61. “The succession of the corporal existences established among spirits has links which are armed
in your preceding existences;” (204 of SB). Many times Jesus sets in the same family of flesh the
enemies of past lives, in order to they learn to love each other. “Don't despise the opinion of your
enemies, for they have no interest in dissimulating the truth, and God often places them beside you
as a mirror, to warn you more frankly than it would be done by a friend.” (Saint Augustine, 919 of
SB). “Why are there mothers who hate their children and this often since their birth? It is sometimes
a proof chosen by the Spirit of the child, or a expiation, if he was himself a bad father or a bad
mother, or bad son, in other existence.” (891 of SB). Our genetic familiars of today can be our
enemies of the past. We must love the neighbor and who are nearer than our familiars? “They can
turn the Spirit of the child (which they made to be born and which is confided in them). It is their
duty. The bad children are a proof for the parents.” (210 of SB). “To the eyes of certain persons, it
seems that the doctrine of reincarnation destroys the links of family, making them arm until the
beyond of the present existence. It extends them, but it doesn't destroy them. The relationship been
founded in acid preceding affections becomes the links which unites the members of the same
family less precarious. It increases the duties of fraternity,” (205 of SB). “It is not a rule that twins
are sympathetic spirits. Bad spirits can want to fight together over the theater of the Life.” (213 of
SB). “Those of the same order meet themselves by a kind of rapport, and form groups or families of
spirits united by sympathy and the goal they objectify: the good for the desire of doing the good, the
bad for the desire to do the evil, the shame of their sins, and the necessity of to be among those who
are alike them.” (278 of SB). There are entire nations of warlike people, which attract themselves
by the desire of practicing the revenge together. “What is the future destiny of the souls who
animate these races? They will arrive to the perfection like all others by passing through other
existences. God doesn't disinherit none.” (787, I, of SB). “But the regions inhabited by the good are
interdict to the imperfect spirits, in order those can't bring to there the trouble of the bad passions.”
(279 of SB). Many times the displeasures that the sons cause to the parents “are often the sequence
of bad habits that they allowed their children to seize since the cradle; they harvest so theses that
they had been sowing.” (892 of SB). “That who is maculate remains in isolation, or is surrounded
by spirits similar to him: it is a punishment.” (289 of SB). “The endeavors (sic ellorts) that we made
to civilize (sic ciuilize) a people have the power (sic pouer), not to turn imperfect souls better, but
to make to create by God the souls more perfect.” (Allan Kardec, 789 of SB). “From the discord are
born all the harms of the human beings; from the harmony results the complete happiness.” (298 of
SB). “God sets the child under the tutelage of his parents, for that these drive that in the way of the
good; and He facilitated their task by giving to the child a fragile and delicate organization, that
turns him accessible to all kind of impressions. But they must not to occupy more in straighten the
trees of their gardens, and to make them produce a lot of good fruits, but they must to straighten the
character of their children.” (582 of SB). “Social links are necessary to the progress and the familiar
links straiten the social links. There it is! The cause why the familiar links are a law of nature. God
has wanted that men learned this way to love themselves as the brothers.” (774 of SB). “Which
would be the result of the loosening of the familiar links for the society? An increase of the
selfishness.” (775 of SB). “Nature gave to the mother the love of her children in the interest of their
conservation. But in the house of the animals this love is limited to the material necessities; it
ceases when these cares are become useless. In the house of the man, it persists all the Life, and
compose a devotion and abnegation which are a virtue; it does survive to death, and follows the
child beyond the tomb; you see well that there is in this love another thing that there is in the house
of the animal.” (890 of SB). The parents must create their children with altruism (charity, otherism,
selfless) because among parents and children there is a contract of reciprocity. The parents give the
Life to the child and create this one. When they get elder, the children will take care of their parents
and they will create them. Let us do to the other what we want that they do to us.
26 Therefore don't fear them: cause there is nothing covered, that won't be revealed; and hid, that
won't be known.
27 What I tell you in the darkness, speak in the full light; and what you hear in the ear, proclaim
over the roofs. (Matthew, X, 26-27).
2 There is nothing covered, that won't be revealed; and occult, that won't be known.
3 Because whatever you have said in the darkness will be heard in the full light; and what you have
spoken in the ear inside of the house will be proclaimed over the roofs. (Luke, XII, 2-3).
62. We can't hide anything from the Spirits. They are everywhere observing everything we do.
None escapes from the divine justice, because none is able to hide nothing from the courts of the
Lord and from the own conscience and own memory. “The thought of the Spirit irradiate and it is
brought to different points at the same time; but this faculty depends on his purity.” (247 of SB).
The more perfect the Spirit, the farer his thought broadcasts and vibrates. He can be heard, through
the worship, from any place of the universe. The Spirit “perceives what your rude senses can not
perceive.” (249 of SB). The spirits “see and comprehend one each other. The word is material; it is
the reflex of spirit. The universal fluid establishes a constant communication among them; it is the
vehicle of the transmission of the thought, as the air is the vehicle of the sound for you; some kind
of a universal telegraph which unites all worlds, and allows the spirits to communicate from one
sphere to the other.” (282 of SB). “In the state disengagement where the Spirit of the sleepwalker is,
he enters more easily in communication with other incarnate or disincarnate spirits; this
communication is established through the contact of the fluids which compose their perispirits, and
serve for the transmission of thought like the electric cord.” (455 of SB). “Besides don't they have
the universal fluid which unites every spheres and turn them reciprocal; immense vehicle of the
transmission of thoughts, as the air is, for us, the vehicle of the transmission of the sound?” (Allan
Kardec, 495 of SB). “How come that two persons, perfectly awake, often have the same thought at
the same instant? They are two sympathetic spirits which communicate and see reciprocally their
thoughts, even when the body is not asleep.” (421 of SB). The Spirits communicate through the
thought and can read our thoughts through the universal fluid and the preach. This is not a specific
faculty of the disembodied. The embodied ones also can read the thoughts of other people and
Spirits through the love and the preach. This is the telepathy. “These communications between each
man with his familiar spirit make every men mediums, unknown mediums today, but they will
manifest latter and who will spill as an ocean without border to compress the incredulity and the
ignorance.” (Saint Louis, Saint Augustine, 495 of SB). “How do we distinguish our proper thoughts
from those which are suggested to us? When a thought is suggested, it is like a voice speaking to
you. The proper thoughts are generally those of the first movement. Actually, there isn't great
interest for you in this distinction, and it is often useful that you don't know.” (461 of SB). “The
presentiment is the intimate and occult counsel of a Spirit who wants the well from you. It is also
inside the intuition of the choice that we have been done; it is the voice of the instinct. The Spirit,
before being incarnate, has knowledge of the main phases of his existence, it means the genus of
proofs in which he compromises himself.” (522 of SB). “When you are in doubt, invoke your good
Spirit, or pray to our Master (Lord) among all, God, that He sends you one of His messengers, the
unique of us." (523 of SB). “The protective Spirits aid us about their counsels by the voice of the
conscience that they make to talk inside us.” (Allan Kardec, 524 of SB). The law of God is written
“inside the conscience.” (621 of SB). “When the men of intelligence don't encounter in themselves,
they make appeal to the inspiration; it is a evocation that they make without disbelieving
themselves.” (462 of SB). “Don't think to hide anything from the guardian angels, for they have the
eye of God, and you can't deceive them.” (Saint Louis and Saint Augustine, 495 of SB).
4 I say to you my friends: Don't be afraid of them that kill the body, and after this, they have no
more that they can do.
5 But I will show you whom you will fear: Fear the one who after killing, has the power to cast in
hell. Yes, I say to you, fear this one. (Luke, XII, 4-5).
28 Don't be afraid of them that kill the body, but cannot kill the soul; but do fear him who is able to
decompose soul and body both in hell. (Matthew, X, 28).
63. Evidently that the materialists dies of fright of the killers, cause for they everything finishes
with the death of the body. The inferior spirits, when they aren't materialists, believe that for being
bad, they will suffer eternally in the hell. Because of this they die of fright of the people who
encounter in them defects which can take them to the hell. “As they suffer for a long time, they
believe they always suffer; God, for punishing them, want that they believe like this.” (101 of SB).
This one who can throw us in the hell is oneself through ones sins.
29 Are not two sparrows sold for a cent? And none of them will fall on the ground without the
acquiescence of your Father.
30 And each hairs of your head are all counted.
31 Don't fear therefore! You are worthier than many sparrows. (Matthew, X, 29-31).
6 Are not five sparrows sold for two cents? But none of them is forgotten of the sight of God.
7 Each hairs of your head are all numbered. Don't fear! You are worthier than many sparrows.
(Luke, XII, 6-7).
64. Nothing is fortuity. The Spirit “chooses himself the genus of proofs which he wants to suffer,
and his free will consists in that.” (258 of SB). “In giving to the Spirit the freedom of choice, God
leaves to him the entire responsibility of his acts and its consequences. Nothing blocks his future;
the way of the good is for him as that of the evil.” (258, I, of SB). “The spirit can therefore choose
the rougher proof, and for consequence the most troublesome existence, in the hope of arriving
more rapid to better situation, as the patient often chooses the most disagreeable medicine for
healing sooner.” (Allan Kardec, 266 of SB). You demand the proofs and God authorizes. “Nothing
happens without the permission of God, for it is He who has established all the laws that govern the
universe.” (258, I, of SB). “It isn't said that you have chosen and prophesied everything that
happens to you in the world; although the least things. You have chosen the genus of proof to which
you are subjected; the details of the facts are the consequence of the social situation and often of
your own actions.” (259 of SB). “There is no fatal, in the true meaning of the vocable, except the
moment of death; when this moment is reached, by one way or another, you cannot subtract
yourself there.” (853 of SB). “In the example that you mention, the ladder tore itself because it was
termited, or it was not enough solid to support the weight of the man. If it was in the destiny of this
man to dye this manner, the spirits will inspire the thought of lifting such ladder that has to tear
under his weight, and his death will have place through a natural effect and without needing to do a
miracle for such.” (526 of SB). “What God wants must be.” (529, I, of SB). “Acknowledge God
above all, without whose permission nothing is done; and then, the good spirits who have been His
agents.” (535 of SB). “Everything has a reason to be, and nothing reaches without the permission of
God.” (536 of SB). “Know well that God cannot contradict Himself, and that everything, inside
nature, is hamornized itself by the general laws which are never separate of the sublime wisdom of
the Creator.” (604 of SB). “But the laws of God are perfect. The harmony which rules the material
universe and the moral universe is founded over the laws which God has established for all
eternity.” (616 of SB).
XXV – Jesus and John the Baptist
1 When Jesus had finished commanding his twelve disciples, he went from there to teach and
preach in their cities.
2 When John heard in the prison the works of the Christ, he sent his disciples to ask to him:
3 Are you he that who was to come, or do we have look for another?
4 And Jesus answering said: Go and tell John the things, which you hear and see:
5 the blind ones see, and the cripples walk, the lepers are purified, the deaf ones hear, the deads are
resurrected, and the good news (gospel) are being preached to the paupers.
6 And well-beatified is he that doesn't scandalize on me.
7 Then as these took their way, Jesus passed to say to the multitudes about John: What did you go
to see in the wilderness? A cane shaken by the wind?
8 Yes, what did you go to see? A man wearing clothes de luxe? But those that wear clothes de luxe
are in palaces of kings.
9 But what did you go out to see? To see a prophet? Yes, I say to you, and much more than a
prophet.
10 This is he, of whom it is written: Behold, I send my messenger before your face, who will
prepare your way before you.
11 Truly I say to you: Among those who are born of women there has not appeared anyone greater
than John the Baptist; but the least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he.
12 And from the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven suffers violence, and it
is taken it by force.
13 Because all the prophets and the law prophesied until John.
14 And, if you want to trust: this is Elijah that was to come.
15 He that has ears to hear, hear it. (Matthew, XI, 1-15).
16 The law and the prophets were valid until John; from that time the gospel of the kingdom of
God is preached, and every man endeavors violently to go in it. (Luke, XVI, 16).
18 And the disciples of John told him all these things. And John called two of his disciples to him
19 and sent them to the Lord to ask: Are you he that was to come, or do we look for another?
20 When the men reached him, they said: John the Baptist has sent us to you to ask: Are you he that
was to come, or do we look for another?
21 In that hour he cured many of diseases and torments and evil spirits; and he gave sight to many
blind ones.
22 Then he answered to them: Go and tell John the things which you have seen and heard: the blind
ones receive their sight, the limping ones walk, the lepers are purified, and the deaf ones hear, the
deads are resurrected, the good news (gospel) are preached to pauper ones.
23 And well-beatified is he, whoever won't scandalize on me.
24 And when the messengers of John were gone, he began to say to the multitudes concerning John:
What did go to see in the wilderness? A cane shaken with the wind?
25 But what did you go to out to see? A man wearing clothing de luxe? But those who dress
luxuriously and live in the luxury are in the courts of the kings.
26 Yes what did you go out to see? A prophet? Yes, I say to you, and much more than a prophet.
27 This is he of whom it is written: Behold, I send my messenger before your face: Who will
prepare your way before you.
28 I say to you: Among them who are born of women there is none greater than John; but the least
in the kingdom of God is greater than he.
29 All the people who heard, and the publicans, recognized the justice God, being baptized with the
baptism of John.
30 But the pharisees and the interpreters of the law rejected for themselves the counsel of God,
being not baptized by him. (Luke, VII, 18-30).
1 Behold, I send my messenger, and he will prepare the way before me; and the Lord, whom
you seek, will suddenly come to his temple; and the messenger of the (ark of the) covenant,
whom you want; behold, they come, says the Lord of hosts. (Malachi, III, 1).
5 Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the great and terrible day of the Lord comes.
6 He will proselyte the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their
fathers; for that I don't come and hurt the earth with malediction. (Malachi, IV, 5-6).
65. Jesus declares clearly that John the Baptist is reincarnation of Elijah. Elijah has already been
Moses reembodied. Moses is the messenger of the ark of the covenant. Jesus refers to the Old
Testament when He says that until his arrival the kingdom of heaven was taken by violence,
mentioning the way God was qualified till then: revengeful, violent, proud, prepotent and military.
Jesus alludes to the modesty: the least is in the kingdom of God the greatest: John the Baptist is
evolved, but the most humble in the kingdom of heaven is more perfected than John. Jesus is the
least in the kingdom of the God: the meekest.
XXVI – The headstall of Jesus
25 That time Jesus exclaimed: I acknowledge you, oh! Father, Lord of heaven and earth, cause you
hid these things from the wise and understanding, and revealed them to the least ones.
26 Yes, Father, because this way it was pleasant to you.
27 All things have been delivered to me by my Father. And none knows the Son, save the Father;
and none knows the Father, except the Son and that one to whom the Son wants to reveal
Him.
28 Come to me, all you who are tired and overloaded, and I will alleviate you.
29 Take my yoke over you, and learn from me; because I am peaceful and modest in heart; and you
will find rest for your souls.
30 Because my yoke is soft, and my package is light. (Matthew, XI, 25-30).
21 In that same hour he exalted the Holy Spirit, and said: I thank you, oh! Father, Lord of heaven
and earth, cause you hid these things from the wise and understanding, and revealed them to least
ones. Yes, Father; because it was pleasant to you.
22 All things have been delivered to me by my Father. None knows who the Son is, save the
Father; and also none knows who the Father is, save the Son, and he to whomever the Son
wants to reveal Him.
23 And turning to the disciples, he said privately: Well-beatified the eyes which see the things that
you see.
24 Because I say to you, that many prophets and kings desired to see the things which you see, but
they didn't; and to hear the things which you hear, but they didn't listen to them. (Luke, X, 21-24).
1 I will exalt you, my God and King; and I will laud your name forever.
2 Every day I will laud you and I will praise your name forever.
3 Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised; and his greatness is infinite.
4 One generation will laud your works to another, and they will declare your mighty acts.
5 I will meditate about the glorious majesty of your honor, and about your marvelous works.
6 Men will speak of the might of your terrible acts; and I will declare you greatness.
7 They will divulge the memory of your great goodness, and they will turn your justice renowned.
8 The Lord is kind and merciful; slow in becoming angry and of great clemency.
9 The Lord is good to all; and his tender mercies are over all his works.
10 All your works will produce gratitudes to you, oh! Lord; and your saints will praise you.
11 They will speak about the glory of your kingdom, and talk of your might;
12 for that your mighty acts and the glory of the majesty of you kingdom make themselves known
to the sons of men.
13 Your kingdom is an eternal kingdom, and your dominion subsists through all generations. The
Lord is faithful in all his words and Holy in all his works.
14 The Lord sustains those who vacillate, and stands the prostate ones up.
15 The eyes of all expect for you; and you give them their food in due season.
16 You open your hand and satisfy with benevolence every living being.
17 The Lord is just in all his ways, and kind in all his works.
18 The Lord is near to each one who invokes him, to all who calls him in truth.
19 He will fulfil the desire of them that fear him; He also will hear their cry and He will save them.
20 The Lord preserves all them that love him; but all the unfaithful ones will be destroyed.
21 My mouth will praise the Lord; and let all flesh laud his holy name for all ever. (Psalm CXLV).
66. “Do the power and consideration enjoyed by a man on earth give him supremacy in the world of
the Spirits? No; because the little ones will be elevated and the great ones will be lowered. Read the
psalms.” (275 of SB). “Don't you know that spirits belong to different orders according to their
worth? Ah! Well! The greatest on earth can be in the latest line among the Spirits, but his servant
will be the first one. Do you comprehend that? Hasn't Jesus said: Whoever lowers himself will be
elevated, and whoever elevate himself will be lowered” (275 of SB). “God takes care Himself of all
beings He has created, the most little they are; nothing is too much few for His kindness.” (963 of
SB). “The title is nothing, the real superiority is everything.” (277 of SB). “I say to you that the
religion is on the lips, but not in the heart of that who makes profession of worshiping the Christ,
but who is proud, envious and jealous, hard and not silentable with other, or ambitious of the goods
of this world." (654 of SB). The homosexual Spirit doesn't have jealousy of his twin soul. “The
proud one believes he has only dignity (self-respect).” (Saint Augustine, 919 of SB). “God always
praises those who do the good; alleviating the paupers and afflicted ones is the best mean of
honoring Him.” (673 of SB). “The instinct of conservation was given to all beings against dangers
and sufferings.” (727 of SB). “God didn't impose to us a task above our forces.” (Saint Louis, Saint
Augustine, 495 of SB). There are people who “wanted to be proved by a Life of disappointment in
order to exercise their patience and resignation.” (...) “If the man undertook only the things related
to his faculties, he would almost always succeed; this what ruins him is his self-love and his
ambition, which makes him leave this way and catch the desire of satisfying certain passions as a
vocation. He shatters and it is his guilt;” (862 of SB). “The judicious man, to be happy, regards
below him, and never above him, unless it is to elevate his soul to the infinite.” (923 of SB). “For
the souls who are already elevated, the thought in the proofs which remains to him to suffer isn't
anything troublesome.” (979 of SB). Jesus didn't come to bring his thoughts to the great and proud
ones of earth. They have already gotten their share and it is completely material. Jesus came to
bring a light bale to the least ones, to the modest ones. It is through humility that we will obtain the
soft headstall of Jesus. No probation is difficult with humbleness. The more proud and selfish we
are, the more we will suffer with the probations of this world.
XXVII – How a obsession does begin
43 But the impure spirit, when he gets out of the body of the man, he passes through dry places,
seeking rest, but he doesn't find it.
44 Then he says: I will go back to my house from where I came. But when he is come, he finds it
empty, swept, and decorated.
45 Then he goes, and takes with himself seven other spirits more evil than himself, and they enter in
the house and inhabit there; and the last action of that man becomes worse than the first. This way
it will also happen to this evil generation. (Matthew, XII, 43-45).
24 When the unclean spirit goes out of the man, he passes through dry places, looking for relax, but
he doesn't find. He says: I will be back to my house where I came from.
25 And when he is come, he finds it swept and garnished.
26 Then he goes, and takes with him seven other spirits more evil than himself; and they enter in
and live there; and the last action of that man becomes worse than the first.
27 It happened, as he said these things, a certain woman among the multitude said aloud to him:
Praised is the uterus that procreated you, and the mammas, which you did suck.
28 But he said: Previously they that hear the word of God and keep it are well-beatified! (Luke, XI,
24-28).
67. The good or bad moral qualities of the man “belongs to the spirit who is embodied in him. The
purer is this spirit, the more the man is brought to the good.” (361 of SB). “Then the sins we
commit have their initial source in the imperfection of our own spirit, which has not yet reached the
moral superiority he will have one day,” (872 of SB). Jesus explains that very didactically. The man
was bad and his body died. His Spirit is impure and goes away, searching a place to live in. Many
times he doesn't know he was dead. He concludes coming back to his house and he passes to haunt
the people who live there. This spirits often invites other impure Spirits to cohabit and to obsess the
dwellers with him. Some of them find this very laughable. “What is the soul? An embodied Spirit.”
(134 of SB). “The man is thus formed of three essential parts: -1st. The naked body is material
analogous to the animals, and animated by the same vital principle of them; 2nd. The soul,
embodied Spirit whose body is his habitation; 3rd. The intermediary principle or perispirit, a half-
material substance, which links the 1st part to the Spirit, and unites the soul to the body. Such a
fruit: the seed, the pulp and the peel.” (Allan Kardec, 135, II, of SB). “Certain peoples have done of
them evil-doing gods; others designate them under the name of demons, evil genies and spirits of
the evil. The living beings, which they animate, when they are embodied, are inclined to all the
vices, which engender the vile and degrading passions: the sensuality, the cruelty, the cheat, the
little critic, the greed, and the miserly avarice. They do the evil for the pleasure of doing it, the most
often without motives, and for the hate of the good they almost always choose their victims among
honest people. These are the scourges for humanity, in any order of the society they belong to, and
the varnish of the civilization doesn't guarantee them against the infamy and the dishonor.” (102 of
SB).
XXVIII – The family of Jesus
46 While he was yet speaking to the multitudes, behold his mother and his brothers were outside,
seeking to speak to him.
47 And one said to him: Your mother and your brothers are outside, they want to talk to you.
48 But he answered to him that told him: Who is my mother? And who are my brothers?
49 And he pointed his hand to his disciples, and said: Behold, my mother and my brothers!
50 Because whoever will do the will of my heavenly Father, he is my brother, and sister, and
mother. (Matthew, XII, 46-50).
31 Then his mother and his brothers arrived; and, they stayed out, they ordered to call him.
32 And a multitude was sitting round him; and they said to him: Behold, your mother and your
brothers are outside seeking for you.
33 He answered them saying: Who are my mother and my brothers?
34 And looking round on them that sat round him, he said: Behold, my mother and my brothers!
35 Therefore whoever will do the will of God, this is my brother, sister and mother. (Mark, III, 31-
35).
19 Came to him his mother and brothers, and they could not come at him because of the crowd.
20 And it was told to him: Your mother and your brothers are outside and they want to see you.
21 But he answered to them: My mother and my brothers are these that hear the word of God, and
do it. (Luke, VIII, 19-21).
68. “All the men are brothers in God, because they are animated by the spirit, and cause they walk
to the same goal (end).” (54 of SB). “Oh! Believe in me! Believe in me, brothers in God and in
Jesus Christ, believe in me,” (Paul, apostle, 1009 of SB). “It is always the same principle: for the
elevated Spirits the fatherland is the universe; at ground it is where they have more sympathetic
persons.” (317 of SB). “The natural law is the law of God; it is the only truth for the happiness of
man; it indicates to him what he must do or not to do, and he is unhappy if he becomes separated of
it.” (614 of SB). The brothers of Jesus were adoptive sons. For Jesus, each one of us, sons of men,
are sons of the same God who is Father. We are all brothers in God who has been brother and
Father. Jesus doesn't want that I do my selfish will, but the wish of the Father who has been God:
the goal (end) which we all yearn. Mary and his brothers wanted that he stopped playing with the
false cures.
XXIX – Jesus and the women
36 One of the pharisees invited him to have dinner with him. Jesus entered in the pharisee's house,
and sat down at the table.
37 And behold, a woman from the city, a sinner; knew that he was sat at the table in the pharisee's
house, she brought a vase of alabaster with anointing perfumed oil;
38 and standing behind at his feet, weeping, she began to wet his feet with her tears, and she dried
them with the hair of her head, and kissed his feet, and she anointed (Christ, Messiah) them with
the ointment.
39 when the pharisee that had invited him saw it, he whispered: This man, if he was a prophet, he
would know who and what kind of woman this is that who touched him, because she is a sinner.
40 Jesus answered to him: Simon, I have something to say to you. And he said: Say it, Master.
41 A certain creditor (lender) had two debtors: The one owed five hundred denaries (roman silver
coin equal to ten cents - dimes), and the other fifty.
42 Both of them didn't have means to pay, he forgave them both. Which of them therefore will love
him most?
43 Simon answered: He, I suppose, to whom he forgave the biggest debt. And he said to him: you
have rightly judged.
44 And turning to the woman, he said to Simon: Do you see this woman? I entered in your house,
you didn't give me any water for my feet; but she has wetted my feet with her tears, and dried them
with her hair.
45 You didn't give me any kiss; but she, since the time I came in, hasn't stopped to kiss my feet.
46 You didn't anoint my head with oil; but she has anointed my feet with balsam.
47 So I say to you: Her many sins are forgiven; because she loved a lot; but he who is few forgiven,
he loves few.
48 And he said to her: Your sins are forgiven.
49 They that sat at the table with him began to whisper themselves: Who is this that forgives even
sins?
50 But he said to the woman: Your faith has saved you; go in peace. (Luke, VII, 36-50).
69. Mary from Bethany, jewess, miserable, very rarely ate meat because she didn't have money or
salt. She talked the hebraic language. Her husband Publius Lentulus (angel Gabriel, Emmanuel,
king of the Judaea) called her as Live because it was name of woman in Latin, the language that he
spoke. She discovered with the jews that Publius was father of Jesus and John the Baptist. Live and
Publius only talked using the language of the signals (language of the deafs) as normally the jews
and the romans used to do. Jews and romans didn't understand themselves because of the language.
The Esperanto is very important because of this. Live with anger showed her breasts and tried to
have a sexual relation with Pontius Pilate for hurting Publius, avenging of him and leave him with
jealousies. However, she knew that Pilate was Spirit eternally woman. Pilate would never succeed
in feeling any desire for her who is also Spirit eternally woman. She mourned much because Jesus
was son of his husband and twin soul. “And Mary was that who anointed the Lord with ointment,
and dried his feet with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was sick.” (John, XI, 2). Latter on Jesus will
give example of humility washing the feet of the apostles.
1 It happened, soon afterwards, that he walked from the cities to the villages, preaching and
announcing the good news of the kingdom of God, and the twelve were with him;
2 and certain women who had been healed of evil spirits and infirmities: Mary that was called
Magdalene (from Magadan), from whom seven demons had gone out,
3 and Joanna the wife of Chuzas: Herod's proctor (proxy), and Susanna, and many others, who aid
them with their possessions. (Luke, VIII, 1-3).
70. Jesus didn't have only eighty-two disciples. There were women who have been always with Him
ready to serve Him.
38 They were going by their way, he entered in a certain village. And a certain woman named
Martha received him in her house.
39 She had a sister called Mary (from Bethany), who also sat at the Lord's feet listening to his
word.
40 But Martha was shaking worried and occupied in many services. Then she came to him: Lord,
don't you mind that my sister has left me to serve alone? Order her therefore to come to help me.
41 But the Lord answered: Martha! Martha! You are unquiet and troubled about many things.
42 But one thing is necessary; Mary has chosen the good part, which won't be taken away from her.
(Luke, X, 38-42).
XXX – The parable of the sower
1 On that day Jesus went out of the house, and sat by the seashore.
2 Great multitudes reunited near him, so that he entered in a boat, and sat; and all the multitude
stood up on the beach.
3 He spoke to them many things in parables, saying: Behold, the sower went out to sow.
4 As he was sowing, some seeds fell by the side of the way, and the birds came and ate them.
5 Others fell on the rocky ground, where the earth was few, and soon they emerged, because the soil
wasn't deep.
6 When the sun was risen, it burned them; because they had no root, they dried up.
7 Others fell on the thorns; and the thorns grew up and suffocated them.
8 Others fell on the good ground, and they fruited: some a hundred for one, some sixty, some thirty.
9 He that has ears to hear, listen to.
10 Then the disciples came, and asked him: Why do you speak to them in parables?
11 He answered to them: Because you have capacity to know the mysteries of the kingdom of
heaven, but they don't have.
12 Cause whoever has, to him it will be given, and he will have plentifully; but whoever doesn't
have, even what he has will be taken away from him.
13 Therefore I speak to them in parables; because seeing they don't see; and hearing they don't hear,
neither they understand.
14 The prophecy of Isaiah is fulfilled on them, which says: You will hear through your ears but you
won't understand anyway; you will see through your eyes but you won't discern anyway.
15 Because this people's heart is hardened. They heard through the ears unwillingly. And they shut
up their eyes; for it doesn't happen that they see through the eyes, hear through the ears,
understand through their heart, proselyte themselves and then I would heal them.
16 Well-beatified are your eyes, because they see; and your ears, because they hear.
17 Truly I say to you, that many prophets and righteous men desired to see the things which you
see, but they didn't see; and to hear what you hear, but they didn't hear.
18 Hear then the parable of the sower.
19 When anyone hears the word of the kingdom, but he doesn't understand, then the evil comes, and
he kidnaps what has been sown in his heart. This is he who was sown in the side of the way.
20 He that was sown on the rocky ground, this is he that hears the word, and he receives it soon
with joy;
21 but he doesn't have root in himself, he resists for a while; but when tribulation or persecution
reaches him because of the word, soon he scandalizes himself.
22 He that was sown on the thorns, this is he that hears the word; but the cares of the world and the
fascination for wealth suffocate the word, and he becomes unfruitful.
23 He that was sown on the good ground, this is he that hears the word, and comprehends it; who
fruits, and produces a hundred, sixty, thirty for one. (Matthew, XIII, 1-23).
9 Then he said: Go, and tell this people: You will indeed hear, but you won't understand; and you
will indeed see, but you won't perceive.
10 Make the heart of this people fat, and make their eyes heavy, and shut their ears; so they won't
see with their eyes, and they won't hear with their ears, and they won't understand with their heart,
and they won't proselyte themselves, and they won't be cured. (Isaiah, VI, 9-10).
1 Jesus began to teach by the seaside again. There was gathered to him a very great multitude, so he
entered in a boat, where he sat away the beach; and all the multitude was on the beach by the lake.
2 He taught them many things in parables, exposing his doctrine.
3 Hear: Behold, the sower went out to sow.
4 As he was sowing, some seed fell by the side of the way, and the birds came and ate it.
5 Other fell on the rocky ground, where the earth was few; soon it germinated, because the earth
was not deep.
6 When the sun was risen, it burned it; and because it had no root, it dried up.
7 Other fell among the thorns, and the thorns grew up, and choked it, and it didn't fructify.
8 Other fell in the good ground, and fructified, and growing up and increasing; and produced thirty,
sixty, and a hundred for one.
9 And he added: Who has ears to hear, listen to it.
10 When Jesus was alone, they that were near him with the twelve asked him about the parables.
11 He said to them: You are able to know the mystery of the kingdom of God; but they who are out
are entirely taught in parables;
12 because seeing, they don't see, neither they perceive; and hearing, they don't hear, neither they
understand; so they won't be proselyted, neither they will be forgiven.
13 Then he said to them: Don't you understand this parable? And how will you comprehend all the
parables?
14 The sower sows the word.
15 These are in the side of the way, where the word is sown; and while they hear, soon Satan
comes, and takes away the word which has been sown in them.
16 Like these are they who are sown on the stony ground, who, when they have heard the word,
soon they receive it with joy.
17 But they have no root in themselves; they support for a while; then, when tribulation or
persecution arises because of the word, soon they scandalize themselves.
18 The others are they who are sown among the thorns; these are they that hear the word,
19 but the cares of the world, and the fascination for richness, and the other competing ambitions
suffocate the word, and it become unfruitful.
20 Those who were sown on the good ground are those who hear the word and accept it, and
fructify, thirty, sixty, and a hundred for one. (Mark, IV, 1-20).
4 When a great multitude came together from every city to him, he spoke by a parable:
5 The sower went out to sow his seed. And as he was sowing, some fell on the side of the way; and
it was trodden on feet, and the birds of the heaven ate it.
6 Other fell on the rock; and it grew; then it dried, because there was no humidity.
7 Other fell in the middle of thorns; and the thorns grew with it, and choked it.
8 Other fell in the good ground; and grew, and produced fruit a hundred for one. As he said these
things, he cried: He that has ears to hear, hear it.
9 And his disciples asked him: What was this parable?
10 He answered: You are able to know the mysteries of the kingdom of God; but it is talked in
parables to the remainder; so seeing, they don't see; and hearing, they don't understand.
11 The sense of the parable is this: The seed is the word of God.
12 Those who fell in the side of the way are those who heard; then comes the devil, and takes away
the word from their heart, so they won't believe neither they will be saved.
13 Those who fell on the stone are those who listening to the word, receive it with joy; these have
no root, they believe for a while, but in time of temptation they succumb to it.
14 Those who fell among the thorns, those heard the word, and as they go on their way they are
choked with cares and richness and pleasures of this Life; but their fruits don't ripen.
15 Those who fell in the good ground, those have heard in a good and righteous heart. They keep
the word; they fructify persistently. (Luke, VIII, 4-15).
71. Solomon wrote other 3000 parables in Proverbs, X-XXIX. Here Jesus teaches the simple and
ignorant Spirits that one must cultivate in good ground. The parables are allegories made
didactically by Jesus for the imperfect Spirits of that time who couldn't understand the spiritual
taughts of Jesus. The imperfect Spirits understand only the material things. “The word of Jesus was
often allegoric and in parables; because He spoke according to the times and places. It is convenient
now that the truth will be intelligible for the whole world. It is convenient to explain well and to
develop these laws, considering that there are so few people who comprehend them, and yet lesser
who practise them. Our mission is to hurt the eyes and ears to assemble the proud ones and to
unmask the hypocrites. These who affect the outside of the virtue and of the religion for hiding their
turpitudes. The taught of the Spirits must be clear and without ambiguities, in order to the person
can't allege ignorance and that anyone can judge them and appreciate them with his own reason. We
are in charge of preparing the reign of good announced by Jesus; it is because it is not convenient
that anyone can interpret the law of God according to the desire of his passions, neither falsify the
meaning of a law wholly of love and charity.” (627 of SB). “In antiquity spiritism was the object of
mysterious studies, carefully hidden against the vulgar ones; today, there are no secrets for anyone;
he speaks a clear language, without ambiguities; in his house, nothing of mystic, place of allegories
susceptible of false interpretations: he wants to be comprehended by everyone, because the time is
come to make known the truth by the men; far from opposing himself against the diffusion of the
light, he wants it for the whole world; he doesn't complain a obfuscated belief, he wants that we
know why we believe in him; in basing himself over reason, he will always be stronger than those
who base themselves over nothing.” (conclusion, VI, of SB).
XXXI – The parable of the tare and the wheat
24 He set another parable before them, saying: The kingdom of heaven is likened to a man that
sowed good seed in his field;
25 but while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tare also among the wheat, and went away.
26 But when the herb grew and produced fruit, the tare also appeared.
27 Then the servitors of the householder came and said to him: Sir, didn't you sow good seed in
your field? Where does the tare come from so?
28 But he said to them: An enemy has done this. But the servants asked him: Do you want that we
go and tear it away?
29 But he said: No! Because if you tear the tare away you will tear the wheat away with too.
30 Let them both grow together until the harvest, and in the time of the harvest I will say to the
harvesters: Harvest first the tares, and tie them in bunches to burn them; but deposit the wheat in my
storehouse. (Matthew, XIII, 24-30).
36 Then he left the multitudes, and went to the house. And his disciples came to him, saying:
Explain to us the parable of the tare of the field.
37 He answered: He that sows the good seed is the Son of the Man;
38 the field is the world; the good seed are the sons of the kingdom; and the tares are the sons of the
evil one;
39 the enemy who sowed them is the devil; and the harvest is the consummation of the century; and
the harvesters are the angels.
40 As therefore the tare is harvested and thrown in the fire; so it will be in the consummation of the
century.
41 The Son of the Man will send his angels, and they will tie all scandals, and them that practice
iniquity of his kingdom,
42 and he will cast them in the inflamed firebox; there it will there be the weeping and the gnashing
of teeth.
43 Then the righteous will shine as the sun in the kingdom of their Father. He that has ears to hear,
listens to. (Matthew, XIII, 36-43).
72. Here Jesus teaches the more materialized ones that we must separate the damaging herb only
when this isn't harm to the plant, which we want to produce. “Don't despise the opinion of your
enemies, for they have no interest in dissimulating the truth, and God often places them beside you
as a mirror, to warn you more frankly than it would be done by a friend.” (Saint Augustine, 919, II,
of SB). The friends love us, and for having a goal post in the eye, they don't alert us of our dusts.
Because of this, the enemies are extremely necessary. They appoint our imperfections without pity
neither clemency. We need them to make our self-reformation. We are reaching the time of the
harvest. The earth will pass from world of expiations and proofs to world of regeneration
(reembodiment). The bad ones (the tare) will be taken to a world of expiations and proofs very
lower than earth. The good ones (the wheat) will remain at the earth. “The earth, according to the
law of progress, has already been materially and morally in a state lower than it is today, and it will
reach under these both benefits a step more advanced. The earth is arrived to one of these periods of
transformation, where from expiatory world it will go to become regenerating world; then the men
there will be happy, because the law of God there will reign.” (Saint Augustine, GAS, III, 19). “The
good will reign over earth when, among the spirits who will come to inhabit it, the good will take
off the evil ones. Then, there they will make reign the love and the justice, which are the source of
good and the welfare. It is through moral progress and the practice of the laws of God that the man
will attract over the earth the good spirits, and he will repel the bad ones. But the bad ones won't go
away while the pride and the selfishness aren't banished. The transformation of the humanity was
prophesied, and you touch this moment, which hurries all the men who aid to the progress. It will be
accomplished itself by the embodiment of better Spirits who will constitute over the earth a new
generation. Then the Spirits of the evil ones that the death harvest each day, and everyone that try
to stop the march of the things will be excluded, cause they will be removed from among the good
men whose happiness they would trouble. They will go to the new worlds, less advanced, to occupy
painful missions where they will be able (decompose) to work for their own advancement in the
same time that they will work for the advancement of their brothers yet more underdeveloped. Don't
you see the sublime figure of the Lost Paradise in this exclusion from the transformed earth, and in
the man come over the earth in alike conditions, and supporting in himself the germ of his passions
and the traces of his primitive inferiority, the figure not less sublime of the original sin (the Fall)?
The original sin, considered under this point of view, calm down the nature yet imperfect of the
man who isn't thus responsible except by himself and for his own sins, and not for those of his
parents. You all, men of faith and of good will (willingly), work so with zeal and courage to the
great work of regeneration (reembodiment, reincarnation), cause you will harvest at a
hundredfold the seed that you will have sown. Ouch of these who shut their eyes up against the
light, cause they prepare to themselves long centuries of darkness and disappointments; ouch of
these who set all their joys in the wealth of this world, cause they will support the maximum of
privations that they haven't golded with pleasures; ouch above all the selfish ones, cause they won't
find a person to aid them to bring the charge of their miseries.” (Saint Louis, 1019 of SB).
XXXII – The parable of the seed
26 He said: The kingdom of God is as if a man would cast the seed on the earth;
27 then he would sleep and stand up night and day, and the seed would germinate and grow up, but
he doesn't know how.
28 The earth fructifies by itself: First the herb, then the spike, then the spike full of grains.
29 But when the fruit is mature, suddenly he puts the scythe on, because the harvest is come. (Mark,
IV, 26-29).
73. Jesus teaches the simple ones to work the earth sowing seeds, which are the germ of the plants
that we eat. The kingdom of the heaven is almost beautiful and there are plants in there, which are
the intelligent principles of the plants of the earth. Very few ones are able to comprehend the
kingdom of heaven, how the laws of God work without the men know how. In the kingdom of the
heavens we also can, but we can't destroy the plants because the Spirit is eternal. And there are
generations and generations of new seed growing. It is a garden.
XXXIII – The parable of the grain of the mustard seed
30 He said: How will we liken the kingdom of God? Or in what parable will we set it?
31 It is like a grain of mustard seed, which, when it is sown on the earth, it is the littlest seed on the
earth;
32 but when it is sown, grows up, and becomes biggest than all the herbs, and puts out great
branches; so that the birds of the heaven can nest under its shadow.
33 And with many such parables he spoke the word to them, as they were able to hear it.
34 And he didn't speak to them without parables; but he explained privately all things to his own
disciples. (Mark, IV, 30-34).
31 Another parable he set before them, saying: The kingdom of heaven is alike a grain of mustard
seed, which a man took, and sowed in his field;
32 which indeed is the smallest of all seeds; but when it is grown, it is the biggest of the herbs, and
becomes a tree, so that the birds of the heaven come and nest in its branches. (Matthew, XIII, 31-
32).
18 He said: To what is the kingdom of God like? To how will I compare it?
19 It is like to a grain of mustard seed, which a man planted in his own vegetable garden; and it
grew, and became a tree; and the birds of the heaven nested in its branches. (Luke, XIII, 18-19).
5 Then the apostles said to the Lord: Increase our faith.
6 The Lord answered: If you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, you will say to this mulberry:
Pull up itself and transplant itself in the lake; and it will obey you. (Luke, XVII, 5-6).
74. Jesus teaches to seek planting the vegetable, which produces more food to the simple people.
We must not despise anyone. The humblest is that one which we need more. And the kingdom of
heaven is made of the least ones, but for their love and knowledge, produce much more than the
others. We are the grain of mustard seed who will grow, bemean and to become God. “It is thus
that everything incases, everything inchains inside nature, from the primitive atom to the
archangel, who himself began at the atom; an admirable law of harmony, which your limited
spirit cannot, however, seize entirely.” (540 of SB). We begin as atoms, in the mineral kingdom.
We become plants in the vegetable kingdom. We pass through many species in the animal kingdom.
We become men or Spirits and we enter in the humane kingdom and one day we will be pure spirits
in the Kingdom of God.
XXXIV – The parable of the leaven
33 He spoke another parable to them: The kingdom of heaven is like to leaven, which a woman
took, and hid in three measures of flour, till it was all leavened.
34 All these things Jesus spoke in parables to the multitudes; and without a parable he didn't speak
anything to them;
35 in order to fulfill what was spoken through the prophet: I will open my mouth in parables; I will
publicize things hidden since the creation of the world. (Matthew, XIII, 33-35).
2 I will open my mouth in a parable; I will publicize secrets of antiquity, (Psalm, LXXVIII, 2).
20 Again he said: To what will I compare the kingdom of God?
21 It is like to leaven, which a woman took and hid in three measures of flour, till it was all
leavened. (Luke, XIII, 20-21).
75. Jesus teaches the women who didn't know, and who were many to use leaven. The leaven is
alike the good men who are mixed to the other men. "The more advanced aid the progress of the
others by the social contact." (779 of SB). Some men are catalysers. When Jesus wanted to talk to
the simple and ignorant Spirits without being attacked he used fables and parables.
XXXV – The parable of the hidden treasure
44 The kingdom of heaven is like to a treasure occult in the field; which a man discovered, and hid.
And in his joy he goes and sells everything he has, and buys that field. (Matthew, XIII, 44).
76. Jesus teaches the ignorant men to gain money. The kingdom of heaven is not material. One can't
buy the kingdom of heaven through money. The money can be used to buy the field where one will
work. But the kingdom is reached though the benign work in what everyone seek the welfare of all.
The kingdom of heaven can't be reached through selfishness and avarice. The Holy Writ is the field,
which is full of occult treasures of the knowledge, which everyone can discover.
XXXVI – The parable of the pearl
45 The kingdom of heaven is like one who deals and seek for good pearls;
46 and having met a pearl of great value, he sells all that he has, and buys it. (Matthew, XIII, 45-
46).
77. Jesus teaches the simple women to buy beautiful things. The kingdom of heaven isn't material,
but has great worth in knowledge and wisdom. A big pearl is beautiful, isn't it? The Holy Scripture
is filled of pearls.
XXXVII – The parable of the net
47 The kingdom of heaven is like to a net, that was thrown in the lake, gathering fishes of every
specie.
48 When it was filled, the fishermen drag it to the beach; and they sat down, they choose the good
ones to the baskets, but they cast the bad ones away.
49 Like this it will be in the consummation of the century: the angels will come, and they will pick
the evil ones from among the righteous,
50 and they will cast them in the inflamed forge; there it will there be the weeping and the gnashing
of teeth. (Matthew, XIII, 47-50).
78. Jesus teaches the ignorant fishermen to return the little fishes to the lake for that they grow.
Jesus refers to the end of the times again. The time where the earth is a world of expiations and
proofs is reaching the end. The earth will become a new world of regeneration. “In certain epochs,
decided by the godly wisdom, these emigrations and immigrations of Spirits happens in amounts
more or less considerable, due to the big revolutions which cause the simultaneous departure in big
quantities, suddenly replaced by equivalent quantities of embodiments.” (Allan Kardec, The
Genese, XI, 36). The bad ones will be emigrated to worlds of expiations and proofs worst than the
earth and the earth will receive Spirits emigrated from worlds of regeneration which will become
happy worlds.
XXXVIII – The parable of the householder
51 Did you understand all these things? They said to him: Yes!
52 Then he said to them: Therefore every registrar who became a disciple of the kingdom of heaven
is like to a man who is a householder, who takes from his treasure new and old things.
53 When Jesus had finished these parables, he departed from there. (Matthew, XIII, 51-53).
79. They understood yes the more simple and material taughts of Jesus. The old things are the
material and practical taughts of the parables of Jesus. The new things are the moral taughts inside
these same parables.
XXXIX – A prophet doesn't have honor in his land
53 When Jesus had finished these parables, he departed from there.
54 And coming in his own country he taught them in their synagogue, such that they were
astonished, and said: From where do this wisdom and these mighty works come to him?
55 Isn't this the carpenter's son? Isn't his mother called Mary? And his brothers, James, and Joseph,
and Simon, and Judas?
56 Don't all his sisters live among us? From where do all these things come to him?
57 They were scandalizing in him. But Jesus said to them: A prophet isn't without honor, except
in his own country and in his own house.
58 And he didn't make many mighty works there because of their unbelief. (Matthew, XIII, 53-58).
1 He went out from there; and he came to his own land, and his disciples followed him.
2 And when the saturday was come, he began to teach in the synagogue; and many hearing him
were astonished, saying: From where do these things come to this man? What is the wisdom that is
given to this man? How come he does these mighty works by his hands?
3 Isn't this the carpenter, son of Mary, and brother of James, and Joseph, and Judas, and Simon?
Don't his sisters live here among us? And they were scandalized in him.
4 But Jesus said to them: A prophet isn't without honor, except in his own earth, among his
relatives and in his own house.
5 And he couldn't do any mighty work there, except healing a few sick persons, setting his hands
over them.
6 He marveled because of their unfaith. But went to the round villages to teach. (Mark, VI, 1-6).
80. Those men saw Jesus grow and they wouldn't be deceived by his games of curing. Mary was
very charitable and gathered many orphan and homeless children as sons and daughters.
XL – The death of John the Baptist
19 but Herod, the tetrark, being reprehended by him cause of Herodias, his brother's wife, and for
all the evil works, which Herod had done,
20 added to those all: this also, that he cast John in prison. (Luke, III, 19-20).
1 At that time Herod, the tetrark, heard about the fame about Jesus,
2 and said to his servants: This is John the Baptist; he resuscitated from the deads, and cause of this,
might powers work in him.
3 Because Herod had arrested John and tied him, and put him in prison cause of Herodias, his
brother Philip's wife.
4 Because John said to him: It is not lawful for you to have her.
5 He was wanting to kill him, but he feared the people, because he was a prophet for them.
6 But when Herod's birthday came, the daughter of Herodias danced before everybody and pleased
Herod.
7 For that he promised, under oath, to give her whatever she would ask.
8 Then she, instigated by her mother, said: Give me the head of John the Baptist here on a dish.
9 The king got afflicted; but because of his oath and of them who sat at the table with him, he
decided it would be given;
10 and he ordered and decapitated John in the prison.
11 His head was brought on a dish, and given to the teenager, who took it to her mother.
12 Then his disciples came, took the body and sepulchered him; after that they went and told Jesus.
(Matthew, XIV, 1-12).
14 This was heard by the king Herod, because the name of Jesus became known; and someone said:
John the Baptist resuscitated from the deads, and therefore these powers do work in him.
15 Others said: He is Elijah. And others said: He is a prophet as one of the prophets.
16 But Herod, when he heard this, said: John, whom I decapitated, he resurged.
17 Because Herod himself, because of Herodias (his brother Philip's wife), (which Herod had
married), had ordered to arrest John and tie him in prison.
18 Because John said to Herod: It is not lawful for you to have your brother's wife.
19 And Herodias hated him, wanting to kill him, but she couldn't.
20 Cause Herod feared John, knowing that he was a righteous and holy man, and kept him safe.
And when he heard him, he was much perplexed; and he heard him satisfied.
21 And when a convenient day was come, that Herod on his birthday made a banquet to his
dignitaries, military officers, and the leaders of Galilee;
22 the daughter of Herodias herself came in and danced, she pleased Herod and them that sat at the
table with him; and the king said to the teenager: Ask for me whatever you want, and I will give it
to you.
23 And he swore to her: Whatever you will ask for me, I will give it to you, even the half of my
kingdom.
24 She went out and said to her mother: What will I ask? She said: The head of John the Baptist.
25 She came back suddenly in a hurry to the king and asked: I want that you give me without delay
the head of John the Baptist on a plate.
26 The king became very sad; but cause of his oaths and of them that sat at the table, he wouldn't
deny it to her.
27 He send immediately the headsman, and commanded to bring his head. He went and beheaded
him in the prison,
28 and brought his head on a plate, and delivered it to the teenager; and this gave it to her mother.
29 When his disciples heard that, they came and took his body and deposited it in a tomb. (Mark,
VI, 14-29).
7 Now Herod, the tetrark, heard of all that was done, and he was much perplexed, because that it
was said by some: John resuscitated from the dead;
8 and by any: Elijah had appeared; and by others: One of the old prophets was resuscitated.
9 But Herod said: I beheaded John; who is this, about whom I hear such things? And he endeavored
to see him. (Luke, IX, 7-9).
81. “And Elijah said to them: Catch the prophets of Baal, don't let even one of them escape. When
the people seized them, Elijah took them to the torrent of Cison, and there he killed them.” (3
Kings, XVIII, 40). The law of action and reaction fell on John the Baptist. He was killed
decapitated because when he was named Elijah he had killed the priests of Baal. How many men of
these days don't loose the head because of a prostitute? There are prostitutes able to carry
everything belonged by the men, even their Life.
XLI – The multiplication of breads and fishes
13 When Jesus heard it, he get out from there in a boat, to a desert place aside; when the multitudes
knew, they followed him on foot from the cities.
14 He unshipped and saw a great multitude, and he had compassion on them and healed their sick
ones.
15 At evening, the disciples came to him, saying: The place is desert, and the time is already past;
send the multitudes away, that they may go to the villages, and buy themselves food.
16 But Jesus said to them: They don't need to go away; give them to eat by yourselves.
17 But they said to him: We have here just five breads, and two fishes.
18 Then he said: Bring them here to me.
19 He commanded the multitudes to sit down on the grass; he took the five breads, and the two
fishes, and looking up to the heaven, he eulogizes. He divided the breads and gave them to the
disciples, and the disciples to the multitudes.
20 They all ate, and were filled; and they got twelve baskets full of the pieces, which remained.
21 Those who did eat were about five thousand men, besides women and children. (Matthew, XIV,
13-21).
30 The apostles came back to Jesus and they told him all things they had done, everything they had
taught.
31 He said to them: Come to rest a while aside in a desert place; because they didn't have time even
to eat, so many ones coming and going.
32 They went away in the boat to a desert place aside.
33 The people saw them going, and many knew them, and they ran together there on foot from all
the cities, and they arrived before them.
34 When he unshipped he saw a great multitude, and he had compassion on them, because they
were as sheep without a shepherd. And he began to teach them many things.
35 When the evening arrived, his disciples came to him and said: This place is desert, and the day is
finishing;
36 send them away, that they go in the countries and villages round, and buy to themselves
something to eat.
37 But he answered to them: Give them to eat. They said to him: Will we go and buy two hundred
denaria (silver roman coin equal to ten cents or one dime) of bread, and give them to eat?
38 He said to them: How many breads do you have? Go and see. When they knew, they said: Five,
and two fishes.
39 He commanded them all to sit down in groups on the green grass.
40 They sat down in groups, of hundreds, and of fifties.
41 He took the five breads and the two fishes, and looking up to heaven, he eulogized, and divided
the breads; and he gave to the disciples to distribute them; and the two fishes divided among them
all.
42 They all ate, and were filled.
43 And they collected twelve baskets full of divided pieces of both breads and fishes.
44 Those who ate the breads were five thousand men. (Mark, VI, 30-44).
10 When the apostles were returned, they declared to him what things they had done. He took them,
and went aside to a city called Bethsaida.
11 But the multitudes discovered it and followed him. He welcomed them, and spoke to them about
the kingdom of God, and he healed them who needed to be cured.
12 The day began to end. The twelve came and said to him: Send the multitude away, so they will
go in the villages and countries round, and lodge, and get provisions; because we are here in a
desert place.
13 But he said to them: Give them to eat yourselves. They answered: We have no more than five
breads and two fishes; except if we go and buy food for all this people.
14 Because they were about five thousand men. He said to his disciples: Make them sit down in
groups of fifty each.
15 They did so, and made them all sit down.
16 He took the five breads and the two fishes, and looking up to heaven, he eulogized them, and
divided; and gave to the disciples to distribute to the multitude.
17 They ate and were all filled; twelve baskets of divided pieces remained. (Luke, IX, 10-17).
1 After these things Jesus went to the other side of the lake of Galilee, which is the lake of Tiberius.
2 A great multitude followed him, because they saw the signs which he did healing the sick ones.
3 Then Jesus went up to the mountain and there he sat with his disciples.
4 The Passover, the feast of the jews, was nearby.
5 Then Jesus lifting up his eyes and seeing that a great multitude came to him, said to Philip: Where
will we buy bread to feed them?
6 But he said to prove him, because he knew himself what he would do.
7 Philip answered him: Two hundred denaria (dimes in roman coin) of bread isn't enough for them,
for that each one receive a piece.
8 One of his disciples, Andrew, Simon Peter's brother, said to him:
9 There is a teenager boy here, who has five barley breads and two fishes; but is it enough to so
many ones?
10 Jesus said: Make the people sit down. Because there was much grass in that place. So the men
sat down, in number about five thousand.
11 Then Jesus took the breads and having acknowledged, he distributed to them; equally he also do
to the fishes as much as they wanted.
12 When they were filled, he said to his disciples: Gather the remained divided pieces, for that
nothing be lost.
13 this way they done and filled twelve baskets with divided pieces of the five barley breads, which
remained to them that had eaten.
14 When the men saw the sign, which he did, they said: This is in truth the prophet that was to
come to the world. (John, VI, 1-14).
82. “God doesn't entrust himself to a direct action on matter;" (536, II, of SB). “14th Could the
objects which, by the will of the Spirit, become touchable, remain with this characteristic becoming
of common use? This could happen, but this is not done. It is out of the laws. 15th Have all the
Spirits, in the same degree, the might of producing touchable objects? Certainly the more advanced
the Spirit is, the easier to reach that. But, yet here, everything depends on the circumstances. The
lower Spirits also have this might.” (Saint Louis, MB, 2nd part, VIII, 128, 14th and 15th). Jesus
ordered the disciples to make a hole in the ground for hiding brads and fishes which arose from the
nothing. After multiplying the breads and the fishes Jesus charged a price of all. That was a joke of
Jesus, a parable of the real life.
XLII – Jesus walks on the lake
45 After that he constrained his disciples to load a boat to go before him to the other side to
Bethsaida, while he himself sent the multitude away.
46 When he have bidden farewell to them, he climbed the mountain to pray.
47 At evening, the boat was in the middle of the lake, and he alone on the land.
48 And seeing them rowing uneasily against the wind, about the fourth guard's turn of the night he
came to them, walking on the lake; and he would outrun before them.
49 But they, when they saw him walking on the lake, thought that he was a ghost, and cried out.
50 For they all saw him, and were troubled. But he suddenly spoke to them and said: Have a good
soul! I AM. Don't be afraid!
51 And he went up in the boat to them; and the wind stopped. They were sore amazed in
themselves;
52 because they haven't understood about the breads, but their heart was hardened.
53 When they had crossed over, they came to the land in GeNazareth where they reach the shore.
54 When they came out of the boat, suddenly the people recognized him;
55 and they ran round about that whole region, and began to carry on their beds those that were sick
to where they heard he was.
56 Wherever he entered, in villages, or cities, or countries, they set the sick in the public squares,
asking for him to let them touch at least the border of his clothes; and as many as they touched him
they were healed. (Mark, VI, 45-56).
22 After that he constrained the disciples to enter in the boat to go before him to the other side, till
he would send the multitudes away.
23 Sent the multitudes away, he went up to the mountain to pray apart. When the evening was
come, he was there alone.
24 But the boat was now in the middle of the lake, whipped by the waves; against the wind.
25 In the fourth guard of the night he came to them, walking on the lake.
26 And when the disciples saw him walking on the lake, they were troubled, saying: It is a ghost!
And they cried out for fear.
27 But immediately Jesus spoke to them: Have good soul! I AM. Don't be afraid.
28 Peter answered him saying: Lord, if YOU ARE, let me go to you over the waters.
29 And he said: Come! And Peter going down from the boat he walked on the waters and he
went to Jesus.
30 But when he saw the wind, he got afraid; and beginning to sink, he cried out, saying: Lord,
save me!
31 And immediately Jesus stretched his hand, took him and said to him: Man of little belief,
why did you doubt?
32 When they both were gone up in the boat, the wind ceased.
33 And they that were in the boat worshipped him, saying: Truly you are the Son of God!
34 Then they had crossed over, they arrived to the earth, to GeNazareth.
35 When the men of that place knew him, they ordered to notify all that region round and they
brought to him all that were sick,
36 and they asked for him to allow them to touch the border of his clothes; and as many as they
were touched were healed. (Matthew, XIV, 22-36).
16 When the evening came, his disciples went down to the lake.
17 They took a boat, and were going over the lake to Capernaum. And it was now dark, and Jesus
hadn't yet come to them.
18 And the lake was rising shook by a great wind that breathed.
19 They had rowed about twenty five or thirty furlongs (25 x 201,16=5029 meters), suddenly
they saw Jesus walking on the lake, and approaching the boat; and they were afraid.
20 But he said to them: I AM. Don't be afraid!
21 So they were willing receiving him in the boat; the boat reached its destiny. (John, VI, 16-21).
83. “As the Spirit is transported with the speed of the thought, we can say that he can see everything
at the same time.” (247 of SB). Jesus was far about 25 to 30 furlongs (1 furlong = 201,16 meters),
therefore, Jesus had walked between 5.029 meters and 6.034,8 meters on the lake. John evangelist
dreamed and told to Jesus this history which happened in the world of the Spirits. So Jesus ordered
to register in the Gospel. "The spiritist world is the normal, primitive, eternal, preexistent world and
surviving to all." (VI of the Introduction of SB).
XLIII – Jesus is the bread of Life
22 In the day after the multitude that stood on the other side of the lake saw that there was no other
boat there, except one and that Jesus didn't go in the boat with his disciples, but that his disciples
went away alone
23 However, other boats came from the lake of Tiberius, near the place where they ate the bread
after the Lord had given thanks.
24 So when the multitude saw that Jesus wasn't there, neither his disciples, they got in the boats and
went to Capernaum searching Jesus.
25 And when they found him on the other side of the lake, they asked him: Master, when did you
arrive here?
26 Jesus answered them: Truly, truly I say to you: You search me, not because you saw signs, but
because you ate of the breads, and you were filled.
27 Don't work for the food, which perishes, but for the food, which remains, to the eternal Life,
which the Son of the Man will give for you; because God, the Father, has sanctioned with his
sealing wax. (John, VI, 22-27).
84. Jesus had already said: “But he answered: It is written: Man won't live only of bread, but of
each word that comes from the mouth of God.” (Matthew, IV, 4). And also: “But look for his
kingdom first, and his justice; and all these things will be added to you.” (Matthew, VI, 33). The
multitude wasn't seeking the bread of the heaven: The word of Jesus. The multitude was searching
Momus who would fill their stomachs.
28 They said therefore to him: What will we do to accomplish the works of God?
29 Jesus answered them: This is the work of God: Believe in him whom he has sent.
30 Then they said to him: What sign do you that we see and we believe in you? What are your
works?
31 Our fathers ate the manna in the wilderness; as it is written: He gave them bread of heaven to
eat.
32 Jesus replied them: Truly, truly I say to you: It was not Moses who gave you the bread of
heaven; but it is my Father who gives you the true bread of heaven.
33 Because the bread of God is he who comes down from the heaven and gives Life to the world.
34 So they said to him: Lord, give us this bread for ever.
35 So Jesus declared to them: I AM the bread of the Life; he who comes to me will never hunger;
and he who believes in me will never thirst.
36 But I have already said to you that although you have seen me, you yet don't believe.
37 Whoever the Father gives to me, he will come to me; and I will cast out him who comes to me
no way.
38 Because I came down from heaven, not to do my own will, but the will of him who sent me.
39 And this is the will of him that sent me: That I don't loose anyone of all those who he gave to
me; but I will resurrect him in the last day.
40 In fact, the will of my Father is that whoever see the Son and believe in him, he will have eternal
Life; and I will resurrect him in the last day. (John, VI, 28-40).
24 And he rained down manna over them to eat, and he gave them the wheat from heaven.
25 Each man ate the bread of the mighty: He sent plentiful food to them. (Psalm LXXVIII, 24-25).
14 When the dew had evaporated, behold, there was a small round thing on the face of the
wilderness, little as the hoarfrost on the ground.
15 The children of Israel saw it and said one to another: What is this? Because they didn't know
what it was. Moses said to them: This is the bread, which the Lord gave you to eat. (Exodus, XVI,
14-15).
85. We are the heavenly bread who is never cast out as perishable thing. Not even the present devils
will escape of the glory of God, because God doesn't want that any of us will be lost. Each one of us
will one day go in the Kingdom of God and we will resurrect as pure Spirits. We are all eternal. We
didn't have a start in time and we won't have an end in any time.
41 So the jews thus whispered concerning him, because he said: I AM the bread who came down
from the heaven.
42 And they said: Isn't this Jesus, the son of Joseph? Whose father and mother we know? How
come now he says: I came from heaven?
43 Jesus answered to them: Don't whisper among yourselves.
44 None can come to me if the Father (who sent me) won't bring him; and I will resurrect him
in the last day.
45 It is written in the prophets: And they will all be taught by God. Every one that has heard from
the Father, and has learned, he comes to me.
46 Not that any man has seen the Father, save he who is from God, he has seen the Father.
47 Truly, truly I say to you: He who believes in me has eternal Life.
48 I AM the bread of the Life.
49 Your fathers ate the manna in the wilderness and died.
50 This is the bread who come down from heaven, for that whoever eat him, he won't perish.
51 I AM the alive bread who came down from heaven; if anyone this bread, he will live eternally;
and the bread that I will give for the Life of the world is my flesh.
52 The jews debated one with another, saying: How can this man give us his flesh to eat?
53 Jesus answered them: Truly, truly I say to you: If you don't eat the flesh of the Son of the Man
and drink his blood; you aren't alive yourselves.
54 He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal Life, and I will resurrect him at the last
day.
55 Cause my flesh is true food and my blood is true beverage.
56 He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me, and I inside him.
57 As the Father, who lives, sent me, and I equally live for the Father; so he who eats me, he will
also live for me.
58 This is the bread who came from the heaven, not as that bread which you ate, but died; he who
eats this bread will live eternally.
59 Jesus said these things, while he was teaching in the synagogue of Capernaum. (John, VI, 41-
59).
6 Jesus answered him: I AM the way, the truth and the Life; none reaches the Father, but
through me. (John, XIV, 6).
27 All things have been delivered to me by my Father. And none knows the Son, but the Father;
and none knows the Father, except the Son and that one to whom the Son wants to reveal
Him. (Matthew, XI, 27).
22 All things have been delivered to me by my Father. None knows who the Son is, save the
Father; and also none knows who the Father is, save the Son, and he to whomever the Son
wants to reveal Him. (Luke, X, 22).
86. Moses fed the body and the body which Moses fed died. You came from dust and you will
come back to powder. Jesus feeds the Spirit and this one is eternal. "It is the Life of the Spirit which
is eternal;" (153 of SB). The God of Jesus is His Father and he is a living God, who lives as Holy
Spirit and pure in his intelligence.
60 Many of his disciples, when they heard this, said: This is a hard speech; who can hear it?
61 But Jesus, knowing himself that his disciples whispered this, said to them: Does this scandalize
you?
62 What about if you would see the Son of the Man lifting to the place where he was initially?
63 It is the spirit who gives Life; the flesh profits nothing; the words that I have spoken to you
are spirit and Life.
64 But there are unbelievers among you. Cause Jesus knew from the beginning who they were who
didn't believe and who would betray him.
65 And he said: For this cause, I have said to you: That no man can come to me, except if he is
authorized by the Father.
66 Because of this, many of his disciples gave up and they wouldn't walk anymore with him.
67 Therefore Jesus asked the twelve: Will you also give up?
68 Simon Peter answered him: Lord, to whom will we go? You have the words of eternal Life.
69 And we have believed and know that you are the Holy of God.
70 Jesus answered them: Didn't I choose you in number of twelve? But one among you is a devil.
71 Now he spoke about Judas, the son of Simon Iscariot; because he was who would betray him,
being one of the twelve. (John, VI, 60-71).
87. Many disciples of him abandoned Him, except the twelve fishers of men and even among the
twelve there was a demon. “Certain peoples have done of them evil-doing gods; others designate
them under the name of demons, evil genies and spirits of the evil.” (102 of SB). The word of Jesus
asserts even to Judas Iscariot: “And this is the will of him that sent me: That I don't loose anyone
of all those who he gave to me; but I will resurrect him in the last day.” (John, VI, 39). Judas
repaired his treason to the Christ in the body of Jeanne D’Arc, who the Catholic Church burned as
witch and after that she was sanctified. This history is told in book by Léon Dennis, contemporary
french friend of Allan Kardec. “Your Spirit is everything; your body is a clothing, which perishes
itself: There it is everything.” (196, II, of SB).
XLIV – Honor father and mother
12 Honor your father and your mother, for that your days; in the earth which the Lord, your God,
gives to you; will be long. (Exodus, XX, 12).
16 Honor your father and your mother, as the Lord, your God, commanded you; for that your days
will be long, and that you go well, in the land which the Lord, your God, gives to you.
(Deuteronomy, V, 16).
17 And he who slanders his father or his mother will die. (Exodus, XXI, 17).
24 Eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot.
25 Burning for burning, wound for wound, blow for blow. (Exodus, XXI, 24-25).
13 Because the Lord said: Cause this people approaches to me, and honor me with their mouth and
with their lips, but their heart goes far from me, and their fear of me is just a commandment of men
who were taught to do that; (Isaiah, XXIX, 13).
1 Then some pharisees and registrars came to Jesus from Jerusalem asking:
2 Why do your disciples transgress the tradition of the elders? Because they don't wash their hands
when they eat.
3 But he answered them: Why do you also transgress the commandment of God because of your
tradition?
4 Cause God said: Honor your father and your mother; and: He who slanders father or mother
be punished with death.
5 But you say: Whoever will say to his father or his mother: That which you could profit from me
belongs to the Lord;
6 he won't honor his father or his mother. And you have annulled the word of God because of your
tradition.
7 Little critics! Well Isaiah prophesied about you saying:
8 This people honors me with their lips; but their heart is far from me.
9 But uselessly they worship me, teaching doctrines, which are precepts of men.
10 And he called the multitude to him and said to them: Hear and understand:
11 It isn't that, which enters in the mouth, that dishonors the man; but that, which comes
from the mouth, this dishonors the man.
12 Then the disciples came and said to him: Do you know that the pharisees became scandalized,
when they listened to your words?
13 But he answered: Every plant, which my heavenly Father didn't plant, will be plucked.
14 Let them alone; they are blind guides. And if the blind one guides the blind one, they both will
fall in the abyss.
15 Then Peter answered to him: Explain the parable to us.
16 But he said: Don't you also understand yet?
17 Don't you understand that whatever goes in the mouth passes through the belly and it is cast
out?
18 But the things, which come from the mouth, come from the heart, and this dishonors the man.
19 Because evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, prostitutions, thefts, false witness, blasphemies come
from the heart.
20 These are the things which dishonor the man; but eating with unwashed hands doesn't dishonor
the man. (Matthew, XV, 1-20).
1 The pharisees and certain of the registrars (come) from Jerusalem joined to him.
2 And seeing that some of his disciples ate their bread with impure hands, which means, unwashed
hands.
3 (Cause the pharisees and all the jews, following the tradition of the elders, don't eat without
washing their hands carefully;
4 when they come from the public square, they don't eat without taking a bath; and many other
things which they have received to follow as washing glasses (cups), pans (pots) and brass
receptacles.)
5 And the pharisees and the registrars asked him: Why don't your disciples walk according to the
tradition of the elders, but they eat their bread with impure hands?
6 He answered them: Isaiah prophesied well about you hypocrites, as it is written: This people
honor me with their lips, but their heart is far from me.
7 But uselessly they worship me: They teach doctrines, which are precepts of men.
8 Neglecting the commandment of God, you preserve the tradition of men.
9 And he still said to them: Skillfully you reject the commandment of God to keep your tradition.
10 Cause Moses said: Honor your father and your mother; and: He who slanders father or mother
will be punished with the death.
11 But you say: If a man say to his father or his mother: That which you could profit from me is
Corban, that means, it belongs to God,
12 then you dispense him to do anything for his father or his mother;
13 invalidating the word of God through your own tradition, which you have transmitted; and you
do many such things like this.
14 He called the multitude to him again: Hear me all of you and understand.
15 There is nothing outside of the man, which going inside him, is able to dishonor him; but the
things which come from the man are those which dishonor the man.
16 Whoever has ears to hear, listen to it.
17 When he was entered in the house from the multitude, his disciples asked him about the parable.
18 Then he said to them: Don't you understand too? Don't you comprehend that whatever goes in
the man from outside, it isn't able to became him impure (Spirit - the author);
19 because it doesn't goes in his heart, but in his belly, and it goes to outside? This way, make
cleaned all the foods.
20 And he said: That which comes from the man, this becomes him impure.
21 Because evil thoughts, prostitution, thefts, murders, adultery, avarice, malices, frauds,
22 sensuality, envy, blasphemies, pride, foolishness comes from inside, from the heart of men.
23 All these evil things are originated inside and they dishonor the man. (Mark, VII, 1-23).
88. Jesus was wrong. We must wash the aliments, love the father and the mother and take care of
the elders in the caducity.
XLV – The feast of the tents of the ark of the covenant of the Lord
1 And after these things Jesus walked in Galilee because he didn't want to walk in Judaea, because
the jews sought to kill him.
2 Now the feast of the jews, called feast of tabernacles was nearby.
3 So his brothers said to him: Leave this place and go to Judaea, for that your disciples also may see
the works you do.
4 Because none who seeks to be known publicly accomplishes his works privately. If you do
these things, manifest yourself to the world.
5 Because even his brothers didn't believe in him.
6 Jesus said to them: My time is not yet come; but your time is always present.
7 The world can't hate you; but it hates me, because I witness of the world, that its works are evil.
8 Go up to the feast; I don't go up to this feast for this time; because my time isn't yet fulfilled.
9 He said these things to them and he remained in Galilee. (John, VII, 1-9).
89. Jesus resolved to go to the party after. He was a little afraid, but he would confront the fear
courageously.
10 But when his brothers were gone up to the feast, then he also went up, not publicly, but
privately.
11 The jews therefore sought him at the feast and asked: Where would he be?
12 And there was much whispering among the multitudes concerning him. Some said: He is a good
man. Others said: Not so, but he deceives the people.
13 However no man spoke publicly about him for fear of the jews.
14 But when it was now in the middle of the feast Jesus went up in the temple, and taught.
15 Then the jews marveled saying: How come he knows letters, without having studied?
16 Jesus answered to them: My teaching isn't mine, but belongs to him who sent me.
17 If any man wants to do his will, he will know concerning the doctrine, whether it is from God, or
whether I speak from myself.
18 He who speaks from himself seeks his own glory; but he who seeks the glory of him who sent
him, the same is true, and there isn't injustice in him.
19 Didn't Moses give you the law? However none among you follow the law. Why do you seek to
kill me?
20 The multitude answered: You have a demon. Who does seek to kill you?
21 Jesus answered to them: I did one work and you all marvel.
22 Moses had given you circumcision (not Moses', but patriarch's); and you circumcise a man on
the saturday.
23 If a man is circumcised on the saturday, for that the law of Moses don't be violated; are you
angry against me, because I healed whole a man on the saturday?
24 Judge not according to appearance, but judge righteous judgment.
25 Some from Jerusalem said: Isn't this he whom they seek to kill?
26 Lo, he speaks openly, and they say nothing to him. Perhaps do the authorities recognize indeed
that this is, in fact, the Christ?
27 However we know where this man come from; but when the Christ comes, none will know from
where he is.
28 Jesus cried in the temple, teaching: You know me and where I come from; I didn't come because
I myself wanted it, but he who sent me is true, whom you don't know.
29 I know him; because I come from him and he sent me.
30 Thus they sought to arrest him; but none put his hand on him, because his hour wasn't yet
come.
31 But many among the multitude believed in him and said: When the Christ will come, will he do
more signs than those, which this man has done? (John, VII, 10-31).
90. The pharisees tried to arrest Jesus, but he ran from them.
32 The pharisees heard the multitude murmuring these things concerning him; and the main priests
and the pharisees sent guards to arrest him.
33 Jesus said to them: I will stay while with you then I go to him who sent me.
34 You will search me, but you won't encounter me; where I am, you can't come.
35 The jews therefore said among themselves: To where will this man go for that we won't
encounter him? Will he go to the Diaspora (dispersion, vanishing) of the greeks in order to teach the
greeks?
36 What does his word mean when he said: You will seek me but you won't encounter me; and
where I am, you can't come? (John, VII, 32-36).
91. The pharisees wanted to arrest Jesus because of the jokes of him and of some with the cures
which seemed to occur suddenly.
37 In the last day, the great day of the feast, Jesus stood up and cried, saying: If anyone is thirsty,
come to me and drink.
38 He who believes in me, as the scripture has said, from himself inside will flow rivers of living
water.
39 This he spoke about the Spirit, who they who believe in him would receive; cause the Spirit
wasn't yet given; because Jesus wasn't yet glorified.
40 Then some of the multitude, when they heard these words, said: This is truly the prophet.
41 Others said: He is the Christ. But some said: How come the Christ is from Galilee?
42 Doesn't the scripture says the Christ comes from the seed (descent) of David and from
Bethlehem, the village where David was born?
43 So a discussion among the assembly grew because of him.
44 Some of them wanted to jail him; but none put hands on him.
45 The guards therefore came to the main priests and pharisees. These said to them: Why didn't you
bring him?
46 The guards answered: None has ever spoken as this man.
47 The pharisees replied them: Are you also deceived?
48 Perhaps did any among the authorities or the pharisees believe in him?
49 But this multitude who doesn't know the law is slandered.
50 Nicodemus, one of them, (who had come to Jesus before) asked them:
51 Does our law judge a man, except if he is first heard to know what he did?
52 They answered: Are you also from Galilee? Search and see that a prophet doesn't come from
Galilee.
53 And each one went to his own house. (John, VII, 37-53).
92. The rivers of living water are the universal fluids, which flows from the spiritual passers and
from the magnetizers. The people was convinced that He was the Christ and now they were asking
if He was son of David, if He was adapted to the prophecies concerning the Messiah (in greek:
Christ). Nicodemus, the same one who Jesus had enlightened about the reembodiment, defends
Jesus affirming that He had right of defense. The jews went out defeated without doing what they
wanted: to arrest Jesus, because he didn't make any joke.
XLVI – Jesus and the adulteress
14 You won't commit adultery. (Exodus, XX, 14).
18 You won't commit adultery. (Deuteronomy, V, 18).
10 The man who commits adultery with another man's wife, even he who committed adultery with
his neighbor's wife, the adulterer and the adulteress will surely be put to die. (Leviticus, XX, 10).
22 If a man is encountered lying with a woman married to a husband, then they both will die: the
man who lay with the woman and the woman; so you will put away the evil from Israel.
(Deuteronomy, XXII, 22).
1 But Jesus went to the mount of Olives.
2 Early in the morning he came again to the temple, and all the people came to him and sat down he
taught them.
3 The registrars and the pharisees brought a woman taken in adultery; and they put her in the
middle of them all.
4 They said to him: Master, this woman has been taken in adultery, in the act.
5 In the law Moses commanded us to stone such: What then do you say about her?
6 This they said, trying him, for that they have a reason to accuse him. But Jesus inclined himself
and wrote with his finger on the ground.
7 But as they insisted on asking him, he stood up and said to them: He who is without sin among
you, throw the first stone on her.
8 And again he inclined himself and wrote with his finger on the ground.
9 But they, when they heard this answer, went out one by one, beginning from the eldest, even to
the last. Jesus was left lonely with the woman who was in the middle.
10 Jesus stood up and said to her: Woman, where are they? Didn't the men condemn you?
11 She said: No man, Lord. Then Jesus said: I also don't condemn you. Go away! And don't sin
anymore from now on. (John, VIII, 1-11).
93. The pharisees didn't bring the adulterer to Jesus. Jesus wrote their sins on the earth. Jesus
symbolized his birth in what sin didn't have because his mother never had another man besides his
true father. Jesus has already said: “But I say to you, the one who looks to a woman and desires her,
has already committed adultery with her in one's heart.” (Matthew, V, 28). Who among us has
never committed adultery according to Jesus?! Who among us is without sin? "I say to you that the
religion is on the lips, but not in the heart of that who makes profession of worshiping the Christ,
but who is proud, envious and jealous, hard and not silentable with other, or ambitious of the goods
of this world." (654 of SB). The homosexuals don't feel jealousies of woman, but of man. Are you
without sins? Are you worth in order to apply the death sentence? Would you do the same that
Herodias did to John the Baptist?
XLVII – Jesus preaches in the temple and He is condemned to death again
12 Again Jesus spoke to them, saying: I am the light of the world; he who follows me won't walk in
the darkness, but he will have the light of the Life.
13 But the pharisees objected: You witness about yourself; your witness is not true.
14 Jesus answered them: Even if I witness about myself, my witness is true; for that I know from
where I came and where I go to; but you don't know from where I come or to where I will go.
15 You judge according to the flesh; I don't judge any man.
16 If I judge, my judgment is true; cause I am not alone, but I am with the Father who sent me.
17 In your law it is written, that the witness of two men is true.
18 I witness concerning myself, and the Father, who sent me, witnesses concerning me.
19 Then they asked him: Where is your Father? Jesus answered: You know not even me, nor my
Father; if you knew me, you would know my Father too.
20 These words he spoke in the treasury, while he taught in the temple; and none arrest him,
because his hour wasn't come yet. (John, VIII, 12-20).
94. Jesus says they judge according to the flesh, because they don't comprehend the Life of the
Spirit. Jesus says that the Father is an alive man who witnesses for Jesus. Jesus and the Father are
very similar.
21 He talked and said to them: I will go away, and you will seek me, but you will perish in your sin.
Where I go, you can't come.
22 The jews said: Will he commit suicide? Cause he said: Where I go, you can't come?
23 He said: You are from beneath; I am from above; you belong to this world; I'm not in this
world.
24 I said therefore to you, that you will die in your sins; because if you don't believe that I AM, you
will die in your sins.
25 Then they asked him: Who are you? Jesus answered them: What have I spoken to you from the
principle?
26 I have many things to judge and to speak concerning you; however he who sent me is true; and
the things which I heard from him, these I speak to the world.
27 They didn't perceive that he spoke to them about the Father.
28 So Jesus said: When you have lifted up the Son of the Man, then you will know that I AM, and
that I don'thing by myself; but I speak as the Father taught me.
29 He who sent me is with me; he didn't leave me alone; cause I always do the things which
are agreeable to him.
30 Many believed in him while he spoke these things. (John, VIII, 21-30).
95. Jesus is from above: “We can place in the first (prime) degree these who arrived to the
perfection: the pure Spirits.” (97 of SB). “Isn't the whole of the Spirits forming everything? Isn't
everything a world?” (151 of SB). “All the Spirits are united among themselves; I speak about these
who has arrived to the perfection.” (300 of SB). “These of the same degree meet themselves for
some kind of affinity and they form groups or families of Spirits united by the sympathy and the
goal (end) they propose themselves:” (278 of SB). “The union exists among all the Spirits, but as
the different degrees according to the degree that they occupy, this means, according to the
perfection which they have acquired: the more they are perfect, the more they are united.” (298 of
SB). Jesus comes from a divine world of perfect Spirits. The father doesn't abandon the son.
31 So Jesus said to those jews who had believed him: If you remain in my word, then you are truly
my disciples;
32 and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.
33 They answered him: We are Abraham's seed (descent), and have never yet been slave of any
man: How do you say: You will be free?
34 Jesus replied them: Truly, truly, I say to you: Every one who commits sin is a slave of the sin.
35 But the slave doesn't remain in the house eternally; the son remains eternally.
36 If therefore the Son will become you free, you will be indeed free.
37 I know that you are Abraham's seed (descent); however, you yet seek to kill me, because my
word isn't inside you.
38 I speak about the things, which I have seen with my Father; but you do the things, which you
saw with your father.
39 Then they answered him: Our father is Abraham. Jesus said to them: If you were Abraham's
sons, you practice the works of Abraham.
40 But now you seek to kill me, who have told you the truth, which I heard from God. This isn't an
Abraham's work.
41 You do the works of your father. They said to him: We aren't adulterine sons; we have one
Father who is God (Spirit).
42 Jesus replied them: If God were your Father, you would love me; because I came from God and
here I AM; cause I didn't come for myself, but he sent me.
43 Why don't you understand my speech? It is because you are unable to hear my word.
44 You have the devil for father; and you want to satisfy his desires. He was a killer from the
beginning and he has never remained in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he
speaks a lie, he speaks about what is proper of him, cause he is a liar, and father of the falsehood.
45 But because I say the truth, you don't believe in me. (John, VIII, 31-45).
16 I will bless Sarah and more I will give you a son from her. Yes, I will bless her and she will be
the mother of the nations; kings of peoples will come from her.
17 Then Abraham fell upon his face, and laughed, and said in his heart: Will a child be born to him
who is a hundred years old? And will Sarah, who is ninety years old, deliver a baby? (Genesis,
XVII, 16-17).
12 Sarah laughed within herself, saying to herself: After my lord and I are both waxed old will we
have pleasure?
13 Then the Lord said to Abraham: Why did Sarah laugh, saying: Will I indeed have a baby being
an old woman?
14 Is anything too hard for the Lord? In season I will be back to you and Sarah will have a son.
15 Then Sarah denied afraid, saying: I didn't laugh. But God said: Not thus, it is certain that you
did laugh. (Genesis, XVIII, 12-15).
28 And he came in to her, and said: Hail, you full of grace, the Lord is with you. You are blessed
among women.
29 But she was greatly troubled at the saying, and cast in her mind what manner of salutation this
might be.
30 And the angel said to her: Fear not, Mary: because you found grace in face of God. (Luke, I,
28-30).
7 Then Isaac spoke to his father Abraham: My father! And he said: Here I AM, my son! And he
said: Lo the fire and the wood, but where is the lamb for the holocaust (sacrifice)?
9 And they came to the place which God had told to him; and Abraham built an altar there, and put
the wood in order, and Abraham tied his son Isaac, and laid him on the altar, over the wood.
10 And Abraham extended his hand, and took the knife to kill his son Isaac. (Genesis, XXII, 7, 9
and 10).
96. Jesus offended the father of the jews. Abraham was so obedient that he would sacrifice his own
son for God. A son who was born from Sarah, who would be reembodied as Mary, mother of Jesus,
blessed mother of all the men. “In the material Life, such as you practice in the most part, if you
offer a gift to any one, you choose it always with a worth as greater as you want to witness more
affection and consideration to the person.” (669 of SB). The human sacrifices have source “in a
false idea of being agreeable to God. Look to Abraham. In consequence, the men had abused in
sacrificing their enemies, even their private enemies. Actually, God has never required sacrifices,
neither of animals, not even of men; He can't be honored by the useless destruction of his proper
creature.” (669, II, of SB).
46 Who among you does convict me of having sin? If I say the truth, why don't you believe in me?
47 He who is from God hears the words of God; for this cause you don't hear his words, because
you don't come from God.
48 The jews answered: Don't we say well when we say that you are a samaritan and that you have a
demon?
49 Jesus replied: I don't have a demon; but I honor my Father, and you dishonor me.
50 But I don't seek my own glory; there is someone who seeks and judges.
51 Truly, truly I say to you: If someone keeps my word, he will never see the death eternally.
52 The jews said to him: Now we are sure that you have a demon. Abraham died, and also the
prophets; and you say: If a man keep my word, he will never taste the death eternally.
53 Are you greater than our father Abraham, who died? The prophets died too. Who do you make
yourself be?
54 Jesus answered: If I glorify myself, my glory is nothing; I AM glorified by my Father; who you
say that he is your God.
55 However you haven't known him; but I know him. If I said that I don't know him, I would be
like you: a liar; but I know him and I keep his word.
56 Abraham, your father, rejoiced to see my day. He saw it and he was glad.
57 So the jews asked to him: You are not yet fifty years old and you have seen Abraham?
58 Jesus answered them: Truly, truly I say to you: Before Abraham was born, I AM.
59 Then they caught rocks to stone him; but Jesus occulted himself; and he went out of the temple,
passing through the middle among them. This way he got out. (John, VIII, 46-59).
14 And God said to Moses: I AM WHO I AM. And more: Thus you will say to the sons of Israel: I
AM sent me to you.
15 And God said more to Moses: Thus you will say to the children of Israel: The Lord, the God of
your fathers (patriarchs), the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob, has sent me
to you; this is my name eternally, and this is my memorial to all generations. (Exodus, III, 14-15).
31 In that instant certain pharisees came to say to him: Get out and go from here, because Herod
wants to kill you.
32 But he said to them: Go and say to that fox that, today I cast out demons, tomorrow I make
cures, and in the third day I AM perfect.
33 However I must walk on my way today and tomorrow and the day after; because it isn't expected
that a prophet dies out of Jerusalem.
34 Oh! Jerusalem, Jerusalem, which kills the prophets, and stones them who are sent to you! How
often did I want to join your children, as the chicken joins her chicks under her wings, but you
didn't want?!
35 Behold, your house will be desolate for you. Truly I say to you: You won't see me until you will
say: Praised is he who comes in the name of the Lord! (Luke, XIII, 31-35). 97. The jews had
reason. Jesus had a demon, because demon in greek means: good or evil genie, spirit or god. Jesus
says that the Life is eternal. We didn't have a principle in the time and we won't have an end in the
time. Jesus is Spirit before that life of the Father Abraham. The jews killed their enemies. They
thought that acting thus they would be agreeable to God. But Jesus is a affectionate Creator who
creates his sheeps as the chicken creates his tender chicks. Jesus says that He is I AM and I AM is
the God, the angel who was sent to Moses.
XLVIII – Jesus makes new healings
26 God also said: We will make the man according to our image, in conformity with our likeness;
(Genesis, I, 26).
7 Then the Lord God formed the man from the clay of the ground and he blew the exhalation of
the Life in his nostrils; and the man became a living soul. (Genesis, II, 7).
1 As he walked, he saw a man blind from his birth.
2 And his disciples asked him: Master, who sinned, this man, or his parents, for that he had been
born blind?
3 Jesus answered: Neither did this man sin, nor his parents; but for that the works of God would
be manifest in him.
4 We must work the works of him who sent me, while it is day. The night comes and none can work
at night.
5 While I am in the world, I AM the light of the world.
6 Spoken that, he spat on the ground, and made clay with the spittle, and anointed (Messiah,
Christ) his eyes with the clay.
7 He said to him: Go, wash yourself in the pool of Siloam (which means: Sent). He went, washed
himself and came seeing.
8 Then the neighbors, and those who knew him by sight, as a beggar, asked: Isn't he who was sat
and begging alms?
9 Others said: It is he. Others said: No, but he is alike him. But he said: I am that.
10 They asked him: How were your eyes opened?
11 He answered: The man who is called Jesus made clay, anointed my eyes and said to me: Go to
Siloam, and wash yourself. So I went, washed and I received the light.
12 So they said to him: Where is he? He said: I don't know.
13 They brought him who was blind to the pharisees.
14 It was saturday the day when Jesus made the clay and opened his eyes.
15 Again the pharisees also asked him how he received his sight. And he answered them: He
anointed clay on my eyes, I washed myself and I see.
16 Some among the pharisees said: This man is not from God, because he doesn't keep the saturday.
But others said: How can a man who is a sinner do such signs? And there was division among them.
17 They asked the blind man again: What do you say concerning him who opened your eyes? He
said: He is a prophet.
18 But the jews didn't believe that he had been blind, and had received his sight, while they didn't
call his parents.
19 They asked them: Is this your son, who you say that he was born blind? How come he sees now?
20 His parents answered: We know this is our son and that he was born blind.
21 But we don't know how he sees now; or who opened his eyes. We don't know this too. Ask him;
he is of age; he will speak for himself.
22 His parents said these things, because they feared the jews; for that the jews had already agreed,
that if any man would confess that Jesus is the Christ, he would be cast out of the synagogue.
23 Therefore his parents said: He is of age; ask him.
24 So they called the man who was blind a second time, and said to him: Give glory to God: we
know that that man is a sinner.
25 He answered: I don't know if he is a sinner. I know one thing: I was blind but now I see.
26 They asked him: What did he do to you? How did he open you eyes?
27 He answered them: I have already told you, but you didn't hear; why do you want to hear it
again? Perhaps do you also want to become his disciples too?
28 So they injured him and said: You are his disciple; but we are disciples of Moses.
29 We know that God has spoken to Moses; but we know not even where he is from.
30 The man answered: This is a prodigy that you don't know where he is from; however thus he yet
opened my eyes.
31 We know that God doesn't hear sinners; but if any man worships God, and do God's will,
he hears him.
32 Since the world began it was never heard that any one opened the eyes of a man born
blind.
33 If this man were not from God, he couldn't do anything.
34 The jews replied: You were whole born in sins, and you teach us? And they cast him out.
35 Jesus heard that they had cast him out. Meeting him, he said: Do you believe in the Son of God?
36 He answered: Who is he, Lord, for that I believe in him?
37 Jesus said to him: You have already seen him. I AM him who talks to you.
38 He said: Lord, I believe. And he worshipped him.
39 Jesus said: I came to this world for judgment, in order to that they who don't see: they will
see; and those who see become blind.
40 Some of the pharisees who were with him heard these things, and they asked him: Are we also
blind?
41 Jesus answered: If you were blind, you would have no sin; but now you say: We see. So your sin
remains. (John, IX, 1-41).
22 Then they come to Bethsaida, and brought to him a blind man. They asked him to touch him.
23 Taking the blind man by the hand, he left him out of the village; and when he applied spittle on
his eyes, and setting his hands above him, he asked him: Do you see something?
24 He searched and said: I see men; because I see them as the trees: walking.
25 Then again he set his hands over his eyes; and he saw clearly, and was restored, and he
distinguished everything perfectly.
26 He sent him away to his home, saying: Don't go in the village. (Mark, VIII, 22-26).
10 The ax has already been placed at the root of the trees: each tree therefore that does not bring
forth good fruit is cut off, and thrown in the fire. (Matthew, III, 10).
98. The disciples asked Jesus if the blind had sinned before being reembodied. Lo, they believed in
the reincarnation and in the law of cause and effect. They knew that the sins can provoke defects in
the body of the Spirit who is reborn. That man wasn't blind. He told one more story of fisher. Only
one more joke of the disciples of Jesus.
31 Again he went out from the borders of Tyre, and came through Sidon to the lake of Galilee,
through the territory of Decapolis.
32 They brought to him one who was deaf and dumb; and they asked him to set his hands above
him.
33 He took him aside from the multitude privately, and put his fingers in his ears, and he spat, and
touched his tongue with the spittle;
34 and looking up to the heaven, he sighed, and said to him: Ephphatha! Which means: Be opened!
35 His ears were opened, and the obstacle of his tongue was taken off, and he spoke freely.
36 He ordered them that they wouldn't tell any man; however the more he prescribed them,
the more they published that.
37 They were surprised and said: He has done all things well: Farther he makes the deaf to hear, he
also makes the dumb to speak. (Mark, VII, 31-37).
99. Jesus also played far from his house.
21 Jesus went out from there. He went to the sides of Tyre and Sidon.
22 Lo a canaanitish woman came from those borders, and cried, saying: Oh! Lord! Son of David!
Have mercy on me! My daughter is painfully demonized.
23 But he didn't answer her a word. And his disciples approached and asked for him: Order her
away, because she cries after us.
24 But he answered: I wasn't sent except to the lost lambs of the house of Israel.
25 But she came and worshipped him: Lord, succor me!
26 He answered: It is not good to take the children's bread and cast it to the puppies.
27 But she replied: Yes, Lord. But even the doggies eat crumbs, which fall from their masters'
table.
28 Then Jesus answered to her: Oh! Woman, your faith is great! It will be done as you want. And
her daughter was healed from that moment. (Matthew, XV, 21-28).
24 He stood up and went away from there to the borders of Tyre and Sidon. He entered in a house,
and he wanted that no man knew that; but he couldn't occult himself.
25 Suddenly a woman, whose little daughter had an impure spirit, having heard concerning him,
came and fell down at his feet.
26 This woman was a greek, syrian-phoenician from race. She asked him to cast the demon out of
her daughter.
27 But he said to her: Let the children be filled first, for that it isn't good to take the children's bread
to cast it to the puppies.
28 But she answered him: Yes, Lord! But even the doggies eat the children's crumbs under the
table.
29 He said to her: Cause of this word, you can go; the demon left your daughter.
30 She went to her house, and met the child lain over the bed, cause the demon had gone. (Mark,
VII, 24-30).
11 On the way to Jerusalem, Jesus was passing along the borders of Samaria and Galilee.
12 As he entered in a village, ten men lepers went to meet him. They stood far from him
13 and said aloud: Jesus, Master, have mercy on us!
14 When he saw them, he said: Go and show yourselves to the priests. It happened, while they
went, that they were cured.
15 One of the ten, when he saw he was healed, turned back glorifying God aloud;
16 and he fell over his face at Jesus'feet, acknowledging him; this was a samaritan.
17 Jesus asked: Weren't ten cured men? Where are the nine?
18 Perhaps didn't anyone return to give glory to God, except this foreigner?
19 He said to him: Stand up and go your way; your faith saved you. (Luke, XVII, 11-19).
100. Jesus said that the daughter of that woman was cured for being rid of her. Lo we also were
animals and we must have mercy about the subaltern beings of the creation. We must practice the
material charity not only to the mendicants who beg crumbs, but also to the animals, which also like
the food, which is excessive. Charity according Jesus is: “Benevolence for the whole world,
indulgence for others'imperfections, pardon of the offenses.” (886 of SB). “God takes care Himself
of all beings He has created, the most little they are; nothing is too much few for His kindness.”
(963 of SB). “We can thus distinguish: 1st, the inanimate (spiritless) beings formed only of matter,
without vitality or intelligence: these are the brute bodies; 2nd, the animate not-thinking beings,
formed of matter and endowed of vitality, but unfurnished of intelligence; 3rd, the animate thinking
beings, formed of matter, endowed of vitality and having else an intelligent principle who gives the
faculty of thinking to them.” (Allan Kardec, 71 of SB). The love of God encircles all the beings of
the creation. God doesn't despise any being, neither the little plant, nor the cool stone. Everything,
which God creates, is worth of being loved. We must love all the creation, which is perfect.
Respecting the Nature, the Ecology and the environment is practicing charity. From ten lepers just
one came back for aknowledging because the fishers had combined that joke. “When anything
happy reaches us, is our protective Spirit who we must acknowledge? Acknowledge God above all,
without whose permission nothing is done; and then, the good spirits who have been His agents.
What would reach us if we neglected to acknowledge? That which reaches the ingrates. However,
are there persons who don't ask for, neither acknowledge but who succeed in all? Yes, but it is
convenient to see the end. They will pay very expensive this ephemeral adventure which they don't
deserve, because the more they have received, the more they will have to replace.” (535 of SB).
XLIX – The parable of the rich and miserly man and the beggar Lazarus
19 Now a certain rich man had who used to clothe himself in purple and fine linen, eating
sumptuously every day:
20 There was also a certain beggar named Lazarus, full of festers, who was laid at his door;
21 and he wanted to be fed with the crumbs, which fell from the rich man's table; yea, even the
doggies came and licked his festers.
22 It happened that the beggar died, and he was carried by the angels to Abraham's bosom. The rich
man also died and was sepulchered.
23 In Hades (the hell of the greeks, read "The Odyssey" of Homero, the greek), being in torments,
he lifted his eyes up, and he saw Abraham far, and Lazarus in his bosom.
24 He said aloud: Father Abraham, have mercy on me! Send Lazarus to wet the point of his finger
in water in order to refresh my tongue; because I am afflicted in this flame.
25 But Abraham said: Son, remember that you received good things in your Life, but Lazarus
equally the evil things; but now he is consoled here, and you are afflicted.
26 Besides all this, there is a great abyss between you and us, in such way that they, who want to
pass from here to you, are not able, neither none can cross from there to us.
27 Then he replied: I pray to you, father, that you send him to my father's house;
28 because I have five brothers; for that he will witness to them, in order to that they also won't
come to this place of torment.
29 But Abraham said: They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them.
30 But he insisted: No, father Abraham; but if one among the dead will talk to them, they will
regret.
31 But Abraham answered him: If they don't hear Moses and the prophets, neither they will be
persuaded, even one from the dead resuscitates. (Luke, XVI, 19-31).
101. The beggar Lazarus wanted only the crumbs, which fell from the table of the rich, but the
avaricious man didn't give anything to him. “Why does God favor certain men, who don't seem that
they have merit, with the gifts of riches? It is a favor to the eyes of those who see only the present;
but, know it well, riches is often a proof more dangerous than misery.” (925 of SB). “Do you envy
the joys of those who seem the happy ones of the world to you? But do you know what is reserved
against them? If they joy only for themselves, they are selfish, than, the reverse will come.
Complain of them quickly. God sometimes permits the bad to prosper, but his prosperity is, not to
be desired, because he will pay for it with bitter weeping and gnashing of teeth. If a righteous man
undergoes unhappy, it is a trial which will be counted if he supports it bravely. Remember the
words of Jesus: 'Well-beatified are sufferers: because they will be consoled." (926 of SB).
Concerning those who let themselves to die of hunger, The Book of the Spirits says: “However,
don't believe he will be entirely absolved if he lost firmness and perseverance, and if he didn't make
use of all his intelligence to pull out of the bog. Ouch above all of him if his desperation was born
from the pride. I say to you, if he is one of these men whose pride paralyses the resources of the
intelligence, who redden to owe their existence to the work of their hands, and who prefer to die of
hunger before derogating to this they call their social position!” (947 of SB). Will the proud one, the
avaricious one and the selfish one conform in living in the reverse? “The bad rich man will demand
alms there, and will be a victim to all the privations of misery; the proud one all humiliations; that
who has abused of his authority, and treated his subordinates with disdain and hardness, will be
forced there to obey a master still harder than himself hasn't been.” (983 of SB). "This which the
man piles through an honest work is legitimate property which he has the right to defend," (Allan
Kardec, 882 of SB). "There isn't legitimate property except this which is acquired without prejudice
for other." (884 of SB). "Is the desire of possessing inside the nature? Yes; but when it is only for
himself, and for your personal satisfaction, it is selfishness." (883 of SB). "There are insatiable men
who accumulate without profit for anyone, or for satiating their passions. Do you believe that this is
well seen by God? That, on the contrary, who piles through his work, in order to come to aid his
similar ones, practices the law of love and charity, and his work is praised by God." (883, II, of SB).
For accumulating goods the man "must do it in family, as the bee, through an honest work, and not
to pile as a selfish one. Certain actual animals give example of social insurance for them." (881 of
SB). Chico Xavier was a great bee who collected honey from his spiritist flowers in order to
accumulate in his beehive. When he was a boy his stepmother made Chico Xavier lick the festers of
an old man. Saliva cures wound. It was his first cure done by him. Then wasn't Jesus who sent
Chico resuscitating from the dead to refresh the soul of the men? Didn't Jesus resurrect a man called
Lazarus? Not even this way the men believed in them.
L – Jesus multiplies breads and fishes again
29 Jesus got out from there, and came next to the lake of Galilee; and he went up to the mountain,
and sat there.
30 And great multitudes came to him, bringing the lame, maimed, blind, dumb ones and many
others with them, and they left them under his feet; and he healed them.
31 Such that the multitude surprised, when they saw the dumb speaking, the maimed cured, the
lame walking, and the blind seeing. Then they glorified the God of Israel.
32 Jesus called to him his disciples and said: I have mercy on the multitude, because they continue
with me for three days and they have nothing to eat; and I don't want to send them away fasting, for
that they don't faint on the way.
33 But the disciples said to him: Where will there be so many breads in this desert place to fill so
great multitude?
34 Jesus said to them: How many breads do you have? They said: Seven, and a few small fishes.
35 Then he commanded the multitude to sit down on the ground.
36 He took the seven breads and the fishes; and he acknowledged and divided, and gave to the
disciples, and the disciples to the multitudes.
37 They ate all and were filled; and they collected seven baskets full of remained divided pieces.
38 They who ate were four thousand men, besides women and children.
39 And he sent away the multitudes, and entered in the boat, and went to the borders of Magadan.
(Matthew, XV, 29-39).
1 In those days, when there was a great multitude again, and they had nothing to eat, he called his
disciples to him, and said to them:
2 I have pity on the multitude, because they are with me for three days, and they have nothing to
eat.
3 If I send them away fasting to their home, they will faint on the way; and some of them came
from far.
4 But his disciples answered him: Where will one be able to fill these men with bread here in a
desert place?
5 He asked them: How many breads do you have? They said: Seven.
6 He commanded the multitude to sit down on the ground. He took the seven breads, and having
acknowledged, he divided, and gave to his disciples, to set before them; and they set them before
the multitude.
7 They had a few small fishes; and having blessed them, he commanded to set these also before
them.
8 They ate and were filled; and they took up seven baskets of remained divided pieces.
9 They were about four thousand men. And he sent them away.
10 And straightway he entered in the boat with his disciples, and came to the parts of Dalmanutha.
(Mark, VIII, 1-10).
102. Jesus used the same hole for playing of multiplying the breads and the fishes again. Jesus
gained their money newly. The apostles worshipped a story of fisher.
1 The pharisees and sadducees came, and trying him asked him to show a sign from heaven to
them.
2 But he answered to them: When it is evening, you say: It will be good weather, because the
heaven is red.
3 In the morning: It will be bad weather today, because the heaven is red and cloudy. You know
how to discern the face of the heaven; but you can't discern the signs of the times.
4 An evil and adulterous generation asks for a sign; but no sign will be given to you, except the
sign of Jonah. And he left them, and went away.
5 And the disciples came to the other side and forgot to take bread.
6 Jesus said to them: Pay attention and be cautious concerning the leaven of the pharisees and
sadducees.
7 They reasoned among themselves, saying: We took no bread.
8 Perceiving it Jesus said: Oh! Men who believe few! Why do you reason among yourselves
concerning having no bread?
9 Don't you understand yet, don't you remember the five breads for the five thousand, how many
baskets did you take up?
10 Neither the seven breads for the four thousand, how many baskets did you take up?
11 How come you don't comprehend that I didn't speak to you concerning breads? But be cautious
concerning the leaven of the pharisees and sadducees.
12 Finally they understood no t to be cautious against leaven of breads, but against the doctrine of
the pharisees and sadducees. (Matthew, XVI, 1-12).
38 Then certain registrars and pharisees replied: Master, we want to see a sign from you.
39 But he answered: An evil and adulterous generation asks for a sign; but there will be given no
sign, but the sign of Jonah the prophet.
40 Because as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the shark-whale; so the Son of
the Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.
41 The men of Nineveh will resuscitate with this generation in the judgment, and they will
condemn it; because they regretted at the preaching of Jonah. Lo, here is who is greater than Jonah.
42 The queen of the south will resurrect with this generation in the judgment, and she will
condemn it; because she came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon. Lo here is
who is greater than Solomon. (Matthew, XII, 38-42).
11 The pharisees came and began to discuss with him and trying him they asked a sign from
heaven.
12 He sighed deeply in his spirit, and said: Why does this generation seek a sign? Truly I say to
you, there will be no sign given to this generation.
13 He left them, and again entering in the boat went to the other side.
14 They forgot to take bread; and they hadn't a unique bread with them in the boat.
15 He warned them, saying: Take heed, beware of the leaven of the pharisees and the leaven of
Herod.
16 They reasoned one with another, saying: We have no bread.
17 Perceiving it Jesus said to them: Why do you reason concerning having no bread? Don't you yet
comprehend, neither understand? Do you have your heart hardened?
18 Having eyes, don't you see? Having ears, don't you hear? Don't you remember
19 when I divided the five breads among the five thousand? How many baskets full of divided
pieces did you take up? They say to him: Twelve.
20 When I divided seven among four thousand, how many basketfuls of divided pieces did you take
up? They said to him: Seven.
21 He said to them: Don't you understand yet? (Mark, VIII, 11-21).
16 Others, trying him, asked a sign from heaven for him.
29 When the multitudes were assembled he began to say: This generation is an evil generation! It
asks for a sign; but it will be given no sign to it, but the sign of Jonah.
30 Because as Jonah was a sign to the ninevites, so the Son of the Man will also be a sign to this
generation.
31 The queen of the south will resurrect with the men of this generation in the judgment, and she
will condemn them; because she came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon.
Lo here is who is greater than Solomon.
32 The men from Nineveh will resuscitate with this generation in the judgment, and they will
condemn it; because they sorrowed before the preaching of Jonah. Behold here is who is greater
than Jonah. (Luke, XI, 16 and 29-32).
1 In the meanwhile, when many thousands of the multitude were assembled together, such that they
trampled one on another, he began to say to his disciples: First of all, be cautious against the leaven
of the pharisees, which is little critic. (Luke, XII, 1).
103. The pharisees and sadducees wanted that Jesus multiplied breads before them, but Jesus
couldn't play with them because more breads didn't have. Jesus in the cross is the signal which he
gave to us of the regeneration (resurrection, reincarnation). A generation must replace the other.
Regeneration is reincarnation.
LI – Jesus and His assembly
13 When Jesus came to the parts of Caesarea of Philipus, he asked his disciples, saying: Who do
men say that the Son of the Man is?
14 They said: Some say: John the Baptist; some: Elijah; and others: Jeremiah, or one of the
prophets.
15 He said to them: But who do you say that I AM?
16 Simon Peter answered: You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.
17 Jesus answered: You are well-beatified, Simon Bar-jonah; because it hasn't been revealed to you
by flesh and blood, but by my Father who is in heaven.
18 I also say to you, that you are Peter (means stone), and I will build my assembly over this stone;
and the gates of Hades won't preponderate against it.
19 I will give to you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; and whatever you will unite on earth will
be united in heaven; and whatever you will untie on earth will be untied in heaven.
20 Then he warned the disciples to say to none that he was the Christ.
21 From that time Jesus began to show to his disciples, that he must go to Jerusalem, and suffer
many things under the elders, main priests and registrars, and be killed, and resurrect in the third
day.
22 Peter called him apart, and began to reprove him, saying: Have mercy on you, Lord; this will
never happen to you!
23 But he turned, and said to Peter: Get out of my back, Satan! You are a stone of scandal to me,
because you don't mind the things of God, but yes the things of men. (Matthew, XVI, 13-23).
18 As he was praying apart, the disciples were with him, and he asked them: Who do the multitudes
say that I AM?
19 They answered: John the Baptist; but others say: Elijah; and others, that one of the old prophets
resurrected.
20 He said: But who do you say that I AM? Peter answered: You are the Christ of God.
21 But he adverted them and commanded them not to tell this to anyone,
22 saying: The Son of the Man must suffer many things, and be rejected by the elders, main priests
and registrars; and be killed, and resurrects in the third day. (Luke, IX, 18-22).
27 Then Jesus and his disciples went to the villages of Caesarea of Philipus; and he asked his
disciples on the way: Who do men say that I AM?
28 They told him: John the Baptist; and others: Elijah; but others: One of the prophets.
29 He asked them: But who do you say that I AM? Peter answered: You are the Christ.
30 He warned them that they would tell such thing concerning him to none.
31 He began to teach them, that the Son of the Man must suffer many things, and be rejected by the
elders, the chief priests and the registrars and be killed, and resurrects three days after.
32 He spoke this clearly. But Peter called him apart, and began to reprove him.
33 But he turned against him and seeing his disciples, said: Get out of my back, Satan! Because you
don't mind the things of God, but the things of men. (Mark, VIII, 27-33).
18 While he was praying apart, the disciples were with him, and he asked them: Who do the
multitudes say that I AM?
19 They answered: John the Baptist; but others say: Elijah; and others, that one of the old prophets
resuscitated.
20 He said to them: But who do you say that I AM? Peter answered: The Christ of God.
21 But he warned them, and commanded them to tell this to no man;
22 saying: The Son of the Man must suffer many things, and be rejected by the elders, the main
priests and the registrars; and be killed; and he will resurrect in the third day. (Luke, IX, 18-22).
104. Publius Lentulus, the father of Jesus, advised Him of that they wanted to crucify Him in
Nazareth and also said that if this happened he would try to save Him. Jesus asks the disciples who
the people thought He was. Through the answers it was clear that they believed in reembodiment.
Jesus said I AM because it is the name of God. Peter answers that Jesus is son of the living God. Lo
God is alive! He has already been in the world of the men. The evil practiced by the Spirits, men or
devils won't prevail if it is told to the assembly. Lo we must say the truth. We must tell to the
assembly all the evil we did, that we are regretted and all the evil we suffer for that the assembly
comment. The assembly has the keys of the Kingdom. Because the assembly knows the words
which untie diseases and the words which tie punishments. All of us, as Jesus was, are subjected to
the comments of the assembly of the society. Peter was Satan and was showing homosexualy to
Jesus that this that he wanted to do would pain very much. “That the principle of the charity and the
fraternity are the base of the social institutions, the legal incomes from people to people and from
man to man, and the man will delude less to his person when he will see that others have already
deluded; he will suffer moralizing influence from the example and the contact. In presence of this
overflowing of selfishness, it is convenient a true virtue to do the abnegation of his personality to
the profit of the others, who often don't know any wish.” (Fénelon, 917 of SB).
24 Then Jesus said to his disciples: If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take
his cross, and follow me.
25 Therefore whoever want to save his Life will lose it; whoever lose his Life for my cause will
meet it.
26 Cause what will a man profit, if he gains the whole world, but loses his soul? Or what will a
man give in order to exchange his soul?
27 Because the Son of the Man will come in the glory of his Father with his angels; and then he will
repay each one according to his works.
28 Truly I say to you: There are some among you who stand here, who will taste of death noway,
till you see the Son of the Man going in his kingdom. (Matthew, XVI, 24-28).
34 He called the multitude with his disciples to him, and said to them: If any man will come after
me, let him deny himself, and take his cross, and follow me.
35 Whoever wants to save his Life will lose it; and whoever will lose his Life for my cause and for
gospel's cause will save it.
36 What does a man profit, if he gains the whole world, but loses his soul?
37 What won't a man give in exchange for his soul?
38 Because whoever is ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation,
the Son of the Man will also be ashamed of him, when he will come in the glory of his Father with
the holy angels.
1 He still said to them: Truly I say to you: There are some here among these who stand before me,
who won't taste the death noway, till you see the kingdom of God come with might. (Mark, VIII, 34
to IX, 1).
23 He said to all: If any man would come after me, let him deny himself, take up his cross daily and
follow me.
24 Cause whoever want to save his Life will lose it; but whoever will lose his Life for my cause, the
same will save it.
25 Because what will a man profit, if he gains the whole world, but reach perdition or cause
damage to his self?
26 Because whoever is ashamed of me and of my words, the Son of the Man will be ashamed of
him, when he will come in his own glory, and the glory of the Father, and of the holy angels.
27 Truly I tell you: There are some of these who stand here, who will pass through death noway, till
they see the kingdom of God. (Luke, IX, 23-27).
27 Whoever doesn't take his own cross, and come after me, can't be my disciple. (Luke, XIV, 27).
105. Jesus thought that his father would save him of the cross. There isn't a mean of not carrying
our cross. All we suffer. The money exits and we must know to use it thus as we must know to use
the other material things. Each thing has its utility and we mustn't make bad use of the things. We
mustn't submit ourselves to unnecessary suffering caused by the incorrect feeding or by other
motive.
LII – The transfiguration of Jesus
9 When you are come in the land which the Lord your God gave to you, you won't learn to do the
abominations of those nations.
10 There won't be found with you any one that makes his son or his daughter to pass through the
fire, one that uses soothsaying, one that practises augury, or an enchanter, or a witch doctor,
11 or a charmer, or a consulter with a familiar spirit, or a wizard, or a necromancer.
12 Because whoever does these things is an abomination to the Lord; and because of these
abominations the Lord, your God, does drive them out from before you.
13 You will be perfect like the Lord your God. (Deuteronomy, XVIII, 9-13).
5 And that prophet, or that dreamer of dreams will be dead, because he has spoken rebellion
against the Lord, your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, and redeemed you out of the
house of servitude, to put you out of the way which the Lord your God commanded you to walk in.
So you will put away the evil from the middle of you. (Deuteronomy, XIII, 5).
1 Six days after Jesus took Peter and the brothers James and John with him and brought them up to
a high mountain apart.
2 And he was transfigured before them; his face glittered as the sun, and his clothes became white
as the light.
3 And behold Moses and Elijah appeared to them, talking to him.
4 Then Peter said to Jesus: Lord, to be here is good for us; if you want, I will make here three tents:
one for you, one for Moses and one for Elijah.
5 While he was yet talking, suddenly, a bright cloud encircled them; and lo, a voice out of the cloud
said: This is my worshiped Son, in whom I AM agreeable; hear him.
6 When the disciples heard it, they fell on their face, and were frightened.
7 Jesus came, touched them and said: Stand up, and don't be afraid!
8 Then lifting up their eyes, they saw none, except Jesus.
9 As they were coming down from the mountain, Jesus commanded them: Don't tell the vision to
none, until the Son of the Man resurrects from the dead.
10 His disciples asked him: Then why do the registrars say that Elijah must come first?
11 He answered: Elijah indeed will come and he will renew all things.
12 But I say to you that Elijah has already come, and they didn't know him, but did to him whatever
they want. Thus they will also do to the Son of the Man who will suffer his things.
13 Then the disciples understood that he spoke about John the Baptist to them. (Matthew, XVII, 1-
13).
2 Six days after Jesus took Peter, and James, and John, with him and brought them up to a high
mountain apart. And he was transfigured before them;
3 and his clothes became glittering, exceeding white, such as no laundress on earth could
bleach them.
4 Elijah with Moses appeared to them and they were talking to Jesus.
5 Peter said to Jesus: Master, it is good for us to be here and let us make three tents; one for you,
one for Moses and one for Elijah.
6 Cause he didn't know what to say for that they were surprised.
7 A cloud came and encircled them and a voice said from the cloud: This is my worshiped Son;
hear him.
8 Suddenly looking round, they saw none any more with them, save Jesus.
9 As they were coming down from the mountain, he warned them that they couldn't divulge the
things they had seen, save when the Son of the Man would have been resurrected from the dead.
10 They kept the warning, questioning among themselves what resurrecting from the dead would
mean.
11 Due to this they asked him: How come the registrars say that Elijah must come first?
12 He said to them: Elijah indeed comes first, and renews all things; and how is it written about
the Son of the Man, that he will suffer many things and will become nothing?
13 But I say to you, that Elijah have already come, and they have also done to him whatever they
wanted, just as it is written concerning him. (Mark, IX, 2-13).
28 Eight days after these words, he took Peter and John and James with him, and went up to the
mountain to pray.
29 While he was praying, the image of his face transfigured, and his clothes became dazzling
white.
30 Lo two men talked to him: Moses and Elijah,
31 who appeared in glory and spoke about his death, which he was about to fulfill at Jerusalem.
32 Peter and the others were heavy of sleep; but they remained fully awake, and saw his glory, and
the two men who stood with him.
33 When they went away, Peter said to Jesus: Master, it is good for us to be here; let us make three
tents: one for you, one for Moses and one for Elijah; but he didn't know what he was saying.
34 While he said these things, a cloud came, and enveloped them; and they feared while they
entered in the cloud.
35 A voice came out of the cloud, saying: This is my Son, my elect; hear him.
36 After that voice Jesus was met alone. They shut up their mouth and told none any of the things,
which they had seen in those days. (Luke, IX, 28-36).
106. Does the law of Moses condemn who does such things to the punishment of death? Did you
already dream? Would you commit suicide because of that? What to do? However, Jesus talked to
the Spirit of Moses and Elijah who was dead for a long time ago. This apparition is according to the
item 100 of the MB. Jesus talks again about reembodiment. Elijah is reincarnation of Moses and
John the Baptist is reincarnation of Elijah, so the three are one and the same Spirit. The fishers
exaggerated in the description of the facts. The Spirit alerted that Jesus would die if he continued to
live in that way. If Jesus talks to the Spirits, we also can do that. “Truly, truly, I say to you that he
who believes in me will also do the works that I do; and he will do greater works than these;” (John,
XIV, 12). Peter still asks about the tents of the chapter XLV when Jesus almost became nothing
before all likely John the Baptist who died decapitated.
LIII – Jesus is the least
46 They started a discussion concerning who among them would be the greatest.
47 But when Jesus knew the reasons of their hearts, he took a little child, and set him by his side
48 and said to them: Whoever will receive this baby in my name receives me; and whoever will
receive me receives him who sent me; because he who is the least among you all, the same is
who is great. (Luke, IX, 46-48).
24 They began also a discussion themselves them about who seemed to be the greatest among them.
25 But he said to them: The kings of the peoples dominate the peoples; they who have authority
over them are called benefactors.
26 But you won't be like that; on the contrary, he who is the greater among you, let him become as
the least; and he who directs, will be as he who serves.
27 Cause, which is greater: he who sits at the table, or he who serves? Perhaps isn't he who sits at
the table? But I AM as he who serves in the middle of you.
28 But you are they who have remained with me in my temptations.
29 Thus my Father named me to a kingdom, I name you to a kingdom,
30 for that you eat and drink at my table in my kingdom; and you will sit on thrones to judge the
twelve tribes of Israel. (Luke, XXII, 24-30).
30 They went from there, and passed through Galilee; and he didn't want that any man know it.
31 Because he taught his disciples, and said to them: The Son of the Man will be delivered to the
hands of men, and they will kill him; and when he is killed, he will resurrect after three days.
32 But they didn't understand what he was saying, and they were afraid to ask him.
33 They came to Capernaum and when he was in the house he asked them: What were you
reasoning on the way?
34 But they shut up because they had disputed who was the greatest among them on the way.
35 He sat down, called the twelve and he said to them: If any man wants to be the first, he will be
the last (least) of all, and servant of all. (Mark, IX, 30-35).
1 In that hour the disciples came to Jesus, saying: Then who is the greatest in the kingdom of
heaven?
2 He called a little child to him, and set him in the middle of them.
3 And said: Truly I say to you: If you don't proselyte yourselves, and become a baby, you won't go
in the kingdom of heaven noway.
4 Therefore whoever will humiliate himself as this little child, the same is the greatest in the
kingdom of heaven. (Matthew, XVIII, 1-4).
107. Jesus knew that his father was king of the Judaea and already did plans of being a modest king.
“Without the modesty, you adorn yourselves with virtues which you don't have, as if you wore a
clothing in order to hid the deficiencies of your body. Call That who save us; call his modesty,
which has made him so great, and put him above all the prophets. The pride is the terrible adversary
of modesty.” (Lacordaire, GAS, VII, 11). Jesus also talks concerning reembodiment. Who doesn't
humiliate himself and don't reborn as a baby won't go in the Kingdom of God noway. Because it is
necessary to reborn to evolve and whoever don't want to reincarnate, renew is proud. He is a weak
being who doesn't want to carry his cross. He is a scandal stone such as Peter (chapter LI).
5 Whoever will receive one little child such as this in my name receives me.
6 But whoever will scandalize one of these least ones who believe in me, it would be better for him
to hang a great millstone on his neck, and to be drowned in the beneath of the lake.
7 Ouch! Of the world because of the scandals! Because the coming of the scandals is inevitable; but
Ouch! Of the man through whom the scandal comes!
8 Therefore, if your hand or your foot scandalize you, cut it and cast it out from you, it is better for
you to enter in the Life lame or maimed, than having two hands or two feet to be cast in the eternal
fire.
9 If your eye scandalizes you, pluck it and cast it out from you; it is better for you to enter in the
Life with one single eye than having two eyes to be cast in the hell of fire.
10 See! Despise not even one of these least ones; because I say to you that: Their angels in the
heaven see the face of my heavenly Father incessantly. (Matthew, XVIII, 5-10).
1 He said to his disciples: It is impossible that scandals don't come; but ouch! Of him! Through
whom they come!
2 It would be better for him to hang a millstone on his neck; and he would be thrown in the lake,
than scandalizing one of these least ones. (Luke, XVII, 1-2).
36 He took a little child, and set him in the middle of them and taking him in his arms, he said to
them:
37 Whoever will receive a babe in my name, receives me; and whoever receives me, doesn't receive
me, but him who sent me. (Mark, IX, 36-37).
42 Whoever will scandalize one of these little ones who believe in me, it would be better for him to
hang a great millstone on his neck, and be thrown in the lake.
43 If your hand scandalizes you, cut it; it is better for you to be born in Life one-armed, than
having your two hands to go in hell, in the inextinguishable fire.
44 Where the worm doesn't die, not even the fire extinguishes.
45 And if your foot scandalizes you, cut it; cause it is better for you to enter in Life crippled, than
having your two feet to be thrown in hell.
46 Where the worm doesn't die, not even the fire extinguishes.
47 And if your eye scandalizes you, pluck it; it is better for you to enter in the kingdom of God with
one eye, than having two eyes to be cast in hell.
48 Where the worm doesn't die, not even the fire extinguishes.
49 Because each one will be salted with fire.
50 Salt is good; but if the salt will become insipid, how will you restore its taste? Have salt in
yourselves, and peace one with another. (Mark, IX, 42-50).
47 But when Jesus saw the reasoning of their heart, he took a little child, and set him at the side of
him
48 and said to them: Whoever will receive this babe in my name receives me; and whoever will
receive me receives him who sent me; because that among you who is the least of all, this one is
who is great. (Luke, IX, 47-48).
13 Then they brought to him some little children, for that he would put his hands over them and
pray; but the disciples reprehended them.
14 But Jesus said: Let the little children come to me and don't forbid them; because the kingdom of
heaven belongs to such ones.
15 He put his hands over them, and get away from there. (Matthew, XIX, 13-15).
13 Then they brought little children to him for that he would cure them with the hands, but the
disciples reprehended them.
14 But when Jesus saw it, he disgusted, and said to them: Let the little children come to me; don't
forbid them, because the kingdom of God belongs to such ones.
15 Truly I say to you: Whoever won't receive the kingdom of God as a little child, he will enter in
noway.
16 He took them in his arms, and putting his hands over them, he blessed them. (Mark, X, 13-16).
15 They also brought their babes to him, for that he would cure them with the hands; but when the
disciples saw it, they reprehended them.
16 But Jesus called them to him, saying: Let the little children come to me, and don't forbid them;
because the kingdom of God belongs to such ones.
17 Truly I say to you: Whoever won't receive the kingdom of God as a little child, he will enter in
noway. (Luke, XVIII, 15-17).
108. The parents who create sons are great for Jesus. Receiving a son in his house is as receiving
Jesus. But Jesus doesn't want that anyone scandalizes himself, as Peter, the stone of scandal of his
assembly, did (chapter LI), asking him to have compassion of Himself. Jesus gives the supreme
example delivering himself to the death, and death of cross. However, Peter had a lot of fright to
die. He was a stone of scandal. But Jesus warns that who scandalize a little child or the least of the
men will be justly punished. Everyone who causes a suffering will suffer the same suffering or
worst. It is better to ask to reincarnate without one foot or without one hand or totally crippled, than
remaining in the eternal fire of the sorrow and of the persecutions of the Spirits (flames). The
parents of some children took his sons for that Jesus applied a magnetic passe. The apostles
prohibited correctly. It isn't anyone who can apply a magnetic passe. The magnetic passe of a
person who wants to revenge himself can be very harm to the person who takes the passe. Then
don't we know that there are priests who use the words of Jesus in order to rape little children? And
after don't they become stones of scandal who don't want to carry their own cross? Cause don't they
want to be totally forgiven? Didn't Jesus say that Satan is the stone of scandal who doesn't want to
accept any suffering, any punishment? Jesus rejoices with motherhood and fatherhood. We must
have sons and create them, as the heavenly Father creates us. Who creates a son is creating a future
Lord or Master of the Universe. But coitiony of him who will scandalize a child. Every person and
every Spirits achieve solidarity with the childish tolerance. Coitiony of that who will make a
humble to suffer! Everyone unite to those who suffer with humbleness. When we suffer we must be
humble and resigned. Then the people will defend us: Coitiony! But if we are proud the people will
say: Well-finished, he received what he deserved! If we suffer, we must not to be ashamed of been
humiliated publicly. We must lose our shame and being humiliated publicly, then there will be a lot
of people with mercy on us. Ready to defend us. However, if we are ashamed of suffering and we
are proud, none will see our suffering, neither they will be able to defend us. Jesus doesn't want that
we cut feet or hands of other persons. He wants that we mutilate our pride, which is deep-rooted in
our Spirit. The hand, which removes the dirtinesses of your body, scandalizes you? No! Then you
don't need to cut it. The pride yes. This must be extirpated. Did your eye see a scandal? Did your
eye scandalize you? No?! Then you don't need to pluck your eye. But forgive the sinner who
scandalized you. Forgive that prostitute who undressed. We must have piety as Peter. If there is
imprisonment it is to arrest criminals. Then didn't Jesus say to Peter, the stone of scandal, that he
must forgive seventy times seven? What was Peter doing at the back of Jesus (chapter LI)? Will he
cut his own wrists? Watch! It is better to sin nevermore. "There was a stone in the middle of the
way." (Carlos Drummond de Andrade).
1 All the publicans and sinners were approaching Jesus to hear him.
2 Both the pharisees and the registrars whispered: This man receives sinners, and eats with them.
3 He spoke to them this parable:
4 What man among you, having a hundred sheep, and having lost one of them, doesn't leave the
ninety and nine in the wilderness, and searches that which is lost, until you encounter it?
5 When you encounter it, you put it on your shoulders, rejoicing.
6 When you comes home, you rejoin your friends and your neighbors, saying to them: Reenjoy with
me, because I have found my sheep, which was lost.
7 I say to you, thus there will be more joy in heaven for a sinner who regrets, than for ninety and
nine righteous persons, who need no sorrow.
8 Or which woman having ten drachmas (greek silver coin, like denary), if she loses one coin,
doesn't she light a lamp, and sweep the house, and seek diligently until she encounter it?
9 And having encountered it, she rejoins her friends and neighbors, saying: Reenjoy with me,
because I have encountered the drachma, which I had lost.
10 I say to you, there is equal joy in the presence of the angels of God for a sinner who regrets.
(Luke, XV, 1-10).
11 Because the Son of the Man came to save him who was lost.
12 What do you think? If any man have a hundred sheep, and one among them leads astray, doesn't
he leave the ninety and nine, and go to the mountains to seek that which was led astray?
13 I truly say to you: If he encounters it, he will reenjoy more cause of this one than for the ninety
and nine, which wasn't led astray.
14 Thus it isn't the will of your Father who is in heaven, that one of these least ones will perish.
(Matthew, XVIII, 11-14).
109. Jesus had already said: “And this is the will of him who sent me: That I don't lose anyone of all
those who he gave to me; but I will resurrect him in the last day.” (John, VI, 39). Thus, everyone,
without exception, one day will be Holy Spirits, inclusively Judas Iscariot, Beelzebub and Satan.
Jesus did the parable of the drachma (little coin), because we must not to throw money out. In the
same way, a sinner, a demon, a devil, an inferior Spirit mustn't be despised. Everyone will go in the
glory of God one day. “God takes care Himself of all beings He has created, the most little they are;
nothing is too much few for His kindness.” (963 of SB). Even the little coins, one day, will enter in
the glory of God.
11 He continued: A certain man had two sons.
12 The youngest of them said to his father: Father, give me the portion of your inheritance,
which belongs to me. And he partitioned the goods among the heirs.
13 Not many days after, the youngest piled all, which belonged to him and went away to a far
country; and there he spent away all his goods living depravity.
14 When he had spent all, a mighty hunger came to that country; and he became necessitous.
15 Then he went joined himself to one of the citizens of that country; and he sent him to his fields
to guard swine.
16 There he wanted to devour the acorns, which the porks ate; but none gave anything to him.
17 Then he thought with himself and said: How many workers of my father have bread enough, and
I perish here starving!
18 I will stand up, I will go to my father and I will say to him: Father, I have sinned against heaven
before your sight.
19 I am no more worthy to be called your son. Make me as one of your workers.
20 And he stood up and came to his father. But while he was yet far, his father saw him, and was
moved with compassion, and ran, and embraced him, and kissed him.
21 And the son said to him: Father, I have sinned against heaven before your sight: I am no more
worthy to be called your son.
22 But the father said to his workers: Bring quickly the best clothing, and dress him; and put a ring
on his hand, and shoes on his feet;
23 and bring the fat calf, and kill it! Let us eat and reenjoy,
24 because this son of mine was dead but he reborned; he was lost, but was encountered. And they
began to reenjoy.
25 Now his elder son was in the field; and while he came and approached to the house, he heard
music and dancing.
26 He called one of the workers to him and asked what that was.
27 He said to him: Your brother came; and your father ordered to kill the fat calf, because he has
received him salve and sonorous.
28 But he disgusted and he didn't want to come in; but father came out and asked for him.
29 But he answered to his father: Lo, in these many years that I serve you, I never transgressed a
commandment of yours; and you yet never gave me a suckling goat, in order to reenjoy with my
friends.
30 But when this son of yours came, who wasted your goods living with prostitutes, you ordered to
kill the fat calf for him.
31 Then he said to him: Son, you are eternally with me; and all my goods belong to you.
32 However it was necessary to reenjoy and be glad; because this brother of yours was dead, but he
reincarnated; he was lost, but he was encountered. (Luke, XV, 11-32).
110. The Father rejoices with the regret of the prodigal (spender) son who spent all his inheritance
which he received (healthy body and others) from the living Father with prostitutes, women who
live practicing sexual scandals (crimes). This spender son is the sheep, which had been led astray
from the flock. He is the lost drachma. But the Divine Justice is perfect. The prodigal son lost his
inheritance. All the remained material goods of the father will be inherited by the son who didn't
waste them. “If the disinterest is a virtue, the insensate prodigality is always at least a cripple of
judgment. Fortune is not given more to anyone to be thrown with the wind, than to others to be
buried in a safe; it is a deposit of which they will have to render an account, cause they will have to
answer for all the good they had the might to do, but they didn't; for all the tears they goldened to
dry with the silver that they have given to those who didn't have necessity." (896 of SB).
LIV – Denunciation to the assembly of the christians
15 If your brother sin against you, go, show him his fault between you and him alone. If he hears
you, you have gained your brother.
16 But if he doesn't hear you, take with you one or two persons, for that through the deposition of
two or three witnesses every word be established.
17 However if he refuses to hear them, tell it to the assembly; and if he refuses to hear the assembly
also, consider him as foreigner and publican.
18 Truly I say to you, whatever you will unite on earth will be united in heaven; and whatever you
will lose on earth will be lost in heaven.
19 Truly I also say to you, that if two among you will agree on earth concerning anything, that you
will ask, it will be conceded for you by my Father who is in heaven.
20 Because where two or three are united in my name, there, I AM in the middle of them.
21 Then Peter approached and said to him: Lord, how many times will my brother sin against me,
and I will forgive him? Until seven times?
22 Jesus answered him: I don't say until seven times to you; but, until seventy times seven.
(Matthew, XVIII, 15-22).
3 Pay attention: If your brother sins against you, reprehend him; and if he regrets, forgive him.
4 And if he sins against you seven times in the day, and seven times he comes to you saying: I
regret; you will forgive him. (Luke, XVII, 3-4).
19 Don't accept a denunciation against a leader, except through the deposition of two or three
witnesses.
20 Reprehend them who sin in the sight of all, for that the rest will also fear.
21 I warn you in the sight of God, and Christ Jesus, and the elect angels, that you will keep these
words without prevention, doing nothing with partiality.
22 Don't lay your hands suddenly on anyone. Don't become accomplice of the sins of another. Keep
yourself pure. (1Timothy, V, 19-22).
24 Let us also consider one another in order to stimulate each other to the love (charity) and to good
works.
25 Let us not stop assembling together, as someones are used to, but let us warn one another and so
much more, as you see the day coming.
26 Because if we sin willfully after that we have received the knowledge of the truth, then remains
no more sacrifice for sins;
27 but a certain horrible expectation of judgment, and a revenging fire which devour your
adversaries.
28 A man who has became Moses ('law) in nothing dies without mercy on the word of two or three
witnesses.
29 How much sever punishment, do you judge, will he be considered worthy, who has jumped
under the feet of the Son of God, and has tasted the blood of the covenant which has Holyed Him,
and has insulted the Spirit of grace?
30 We know him who said: The revenge belongs to me; I will repay. And again: The Lord will
judge his people.
31 It is frightening to fall in the hands of the living God. (Hebrews, X, 24-31).
111. "In view of each one is punished by where he has sinned." (399, 663, 764 and 973 of SB).
Nicodemus had already said: "Does our law judge a man, except if he is first heard to know what he
did?" (John, VII, 51). In this way, we must always warn the sinner concerning the sin, for that he
can avoid continue sinning and been punished. It is a rule of mercy to try to conciliate with the
brother before denunciating him to the assembly. The accusation also must be preceded of proofs,
which prove the sin. It is common that the accuser without proofs be dishonored by false
accusation. We must have conscience that God is the judge, who knows the thoughts of all persons
of the assembly. He is who will judge if the assembly forgave or convicted. He is who knows if the
accused is regretful and won't sin anymore, isn't Him? When we make accords one to each other,
we must ask to the Father and He will homologate. "Does all the Spirits irradiate glittering with the
same might? Without fault of beautiful blow: that depends on the degree of their purity." (92, II, of
SB). "When the thought is any part, the soul is there too, in view of it is the soul who thinks. The
thought is an attribute (emblem, symbol)." (89, II, of SB). "As the Spirit transports himself with the
rapidity of the thought, we can say that he sees in any part at the same time; his thought can
irradiate glittering and carry himself at the same time over many different points; but this faculty
depends on his purity: the less purified he is, the more his sight is limited; the superior Spirits alone
can hug an totality." (247 of SB). "The pure spirits inhabit certain worlds, but they are not confined
there as the men over the ground; they can be everywhere better than the others." (188 of SB).
"Improve yourself in the grace (Sarah-Mary is full of grace), become yourself better and you will
be able to talk to many people. When you had become superior Spirit, you will be able to irradiate
glittering as the sunlight, to show yourself to many people and in many places at the same time. -
CHANNING." (30th question, item 282 of MB). "It means that all of us must inhabit everywhere,
and reach the knowledge of all things through presiding successively - to all the parts of the
universe. But, as it is said in Ecclesiastes, there is there a time for everything." (560 of SB). "The
good Spirits (also men) endeavor to combat the evil tendencies of the others in order to aid (help)
them to elevate them; this is a mission." (280 of SB). The apostle Paul talks about the chapter LII
where Jesus took three apostles before Moses and made him disappear.
23 Therefore the kingdom of heaven is likened to a certain king, who decided to settle accounts
with his servants.
24 When he began, his servants brought who owed ten thousand talents (one talent is worth 60
mines which is worth 100 drachmas which is similar to one denary which is worth to ten cents) to
him.
25 But as he didn't have how to pay, his lord commanded that he would be sold, with his wife,
children, all that he had, and the payment would be made.
26 Suddenly the servant fell down and worshipped him: Lord, have patience on me, and I will pay
you all.
27 The lord of that servant, being moved with compassion, send him away, and forgave his debt.
28 But that servant went out, and encountered one of his fellow-servants, who owed him a hundred
denaryes; and he laid his hands on him, and took him by the neck, saying: Pay what you owe.
29 So his fellow-servant fell down and loved him: Have patience on me, and I will pay you.
30 However he didn't want; but went and cast him in the prison, till he would have paid his debt.
31 When his fellow-servants saw what he had done, they regretted, and came to tell to their lord all
that had happened.
32 Then his lord called him to him, and said to him: Mean servant, I forgave you all that debt,
because you worshiped me;
33 didn't you have to also have had piety on your fellow-servant reciprocally, as I also had piety on
you?
34 And his lord disgusted, and delivered him to the tormentors, till he would have paid all his debt.
35 Thus my heavenly Father will do to you, if each one of you don't forgive his brother of your
hearts. (Matthew, XVIII, 23-35).
112. We must be pious to those who sin against us. Lo we are also sinners. The important is killing
the sin of our hearts, not the sinner. The more sinners we are, the more we must forgive. Because if
we don't forgive, we will pay everything that we owe to the heavenly Father. “And forgive us our
debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.” (Matthew, VI, 12). “Because if you forgive men their
offenses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you.” (Matthew, VI, 14). “And forgive us our sins;
because we ourselves also forgive every one that is indebted to us.” (Luke, XI, 4).
LV – Jesus is for us
38 John said to him: Master, we saw one casting demons out in your name; and we forbade him,
because he doesn't follow with us.
39 But Jesus said: Don't forbid him; because none who will do a mighty work in my name, will be
able to speak evil of me after.
40 Because he who isn't against us is favorable to us.
41 Whoever will give you a cup of water to drink, because you are for the Christ, truly I say to you,
he will lose his reward noway. (Mark, IX, 38-41).
49 John said: Master, we saw one casting demons out in your name; and we interdicted him,
because he doesn't follow with us.
50 But Jesus said to him: Don't interdict him; because he who isn't against you is for you. (Luke,
IX, 49-50).
31 Then what will we say to these things? If God is for us, who will be against us? (Romans, VIII,
31).
42 Whoever will give to drink an only cup of cold water to one of these least ones, because he is my
disciple, truly I say to you he will lose his reward noway. (Matthew, X, 42).
113. John wanted to prohibit the communication with the inferior Spirits, but Jesus is ecumenical
(universal, catholic): everyone can talk to the inferior Spirits in order to exorcise them of the people
who they trouble. For Jesus everyone can make disobsessive sessions and distribute cool
magnetized water as the spiritists do. Someone likes to distribute homely sorus (cup of water with
sugar and salt).
LVI – The divorcement
24 Therefore the man will leave his father and his mother, and he will penetrate to his wife; and
they will be one flesh. (Genesis, II, 24).
1 When a man takes a wife, and marries her, then it will be, if he doesn't encounter no grace in her
eyes, because he has encountered some impure thing in her, that he will write a letter of repudiation
to her, and he will give it in her hand, and he will send her out of his house.
2 When she is gone out of his house, she can go and be another man's wife.
3 If this last husband bore her, and write a letter of repudiation to her, and give it in her hand, and
send her out of his house; or if the last husband (who took her to be his wife) dies;
4 her first husband, who sent her away, can't take her again to be his wife, after that she is
corrupted; for that is abomination before the Lord; thus you won't make the earth (which the Lord
your God gives to you as an inheritance) sin. (Deuteronomy, XXIV, 1-4).
1 It happened that when Jesus had finished these words, he left Galilee, and went to the borders of
Judaea beyond the Jordan.
2 Great multitudes followed him; and he healed them there.
3 The pharisees came to him, trying him, and saying: Is it lawful for a man to repudiate his wife
for any cause?
4 He answered: Haven't you read, that the Creator, from the beginning, made them man and
woman,
5 and said: For this cause the man will leave his father and mother, and he will penetrate his wife;
and they both will become one flesh?
6 So that they aren't both, but one flesh. Therefore what God has married, the man won't divorce.
7 They replied to him: Why then did Moses command to give a letter of repudiation, and to send
her out?
8 He answered: Because of the hardness of your heart Moses allowed you to put your wife away;
however, it wasn't such this way since the begging.
9 I say to you: Whoever will put away his wife, except for prostitution, and marry another,
commits adultery; and he who marries the repudiated commits adultery.
10 The disciples said to him: If this is the condition to the man concerning his wife, it is convenient
not to marry.
11 But he answered to them: Not all men are able to reach this law, but only they to whom it is
given.
12 Because there are eunuchs, who were born eunuchs from the uterus; and there are castrated ones,
who were castrated by the men; and there are chaste ones, who made themselves chaste for the
cause of the kingdom of heaven. He who is able to receive it, receive it. (Matthew, XIX, 1-12).
1 And he stood up from there and came to the borders of Judaea and beyond the Jordan. And
multitudes joined together to him again; and he taught as he was used to.
2 And some pharisees came to him to try him, and asked him: Is it lawful for a man to repudiate his
wife?
3 He answered to them: What did Moses command you?
4 They said: Moses allowed to write a letter of repudiation, and to put her away.
5 But Jesus said to them: Because of the hardness of your heart he wrote you this commandment.
6 But from the start of the creation, God made you man and woman.
7 For this cause the man will leave his father and his mother, and he will penetrate his woman,
8 and the two will become one flesh. So that they are no more two, but one flesh.
9 Therefore what God married together, the man doesn't divorce.
10 In the house the disciples asked him again about this matter.
11 He said to them: Whoever will put his wife away, and marry another, commits adultery against
her.
12 If she herself put her husband away, and marry another, she commits adultery. (Mark, X, 1-12).
18 Whoever who puts his wife away, and marries another, commits adultery; and he who marries
one who was repudiated by the husband also commits adultery. (Luke, XVI, 18).
19 Truly I also say to you, that if two among you will agree on earth concerning anything, that you
will ask, it will be conceded for you by my Father who is in heaven. (Matthew, XVIII, 19).
63 The spirit gives the Life; the flesh profits nothing; the words that I have spoken to you are spirit
and Life. (John, VI, 63).
6 The letter (the word) kills, but the spirit gives the Life. (II Corinthians, III, 6).
41 Spy and pray, for that you don't succumb to the temptation; the spirit truly is ready, but the flesh
is weak. (Matthew, XXVI, 41).
114. We must interpret through the Spirit, not through the flesh. If a man and a woman accord that
they want to love themselves, God concedes the union to them, it is enough that they achieve the
first coition and they are married according to the law of Jesus. Whoever succumbs to the pleasures
of the flesh must try the symmetrical pains of the same flesh. To each fleshly pleasure there is a
fleshly pain. “The sympathy which bewitches one spirit to another is the result of the perfect
agreement of their tendencies, of their instincts. If one ought to complete the other, he would lose
his individuality.” (301 of SB). “In view of do you believe that God constrain you to remain with
these who dislike you? And then, in these unions, you search often more the satisfaction of your
pride and of your ambition than the welfare of a mutual affection; you suffer then the consequences
of your pre-judgments.” (940 of SB). “Then how many there aren't there who believe they are fallen
in love, because they don't judge but according to the appearances, but when they are obliged to live
with the persons, they don't delay in recognizing that this isn't but a material bait? It isn't enough to
be proved by a person who pleases you, and who you believe having beautiful qualities; it is at live
indeed with her that you perish (rot, can) appreciated her. How many there aren't there also of those
unions, which at firstly sight, seem they must be never sympathetic, and one and other are very well
known themselves and well studied, they finish... in loving themselves: a tender and long-standing
love, because he lays over the esteem! It is convenient not to forget that it is the Spirit who loves
and not the body, and when the material illusion is vanished, the Spirit sees the reality. There are
there two kinds of affections: that of the body and this of the soul, and we catch often one for the
other. The affection of the soul, when she is pure and sympathetic, she is long-standing; that of the
body is perishable (rot). Lo because, often, these who believed they love themselves an eternal love,
they dress themselves a strait jacket when the illusion is fallen.” (939 of SB). It is because of this
that the traditional wedding is being replaced by the stable union prescribed in the brazilian law;
because for that to there be stable union it is enough that there is fleshly union. “Is the absolute
indissolubility of marriage in the natural law or lonely inside the human law? It is a human law very
(three times) contrary to the natural law. But the men can change their laws: these of nature are
unshutable lonely up.” (697 of SB). Jesus said that if someone divorce himself of his consort and to
marry another person, he commits adultery. It is truth. He had already said: “But I say to you, he
who regards a woman and desires her, has already committed adultery with her in his heart.
(Matthew, V, 28). The adultery is a very common tradition. "I say to you that the religion is on the
lips, but not in the heart of that who makes profession of worshiping the Christ, but who is proud,
envious and jealous, hard and not silentable with other, or ambitious of the goods of this world."
(654 of SB). The adultery is a practice which Jesus forgives because the women in body of man
don't feel jealousy of the opposite sex. Jesus didn't convict the adulteress, but he said: “I also don't
condemn you. Go away! And don't sin anymore from now on." (John, VIII, 1-11 - chapter XLVI).
The greatest enemies of the divorcement are the children. "But, in this case, isn't there almost
always there in the middle a victim? Yes, and it is a hard expiation for her; but the responsibility
(account) of her uneasiness will fall back over those who goldened heated the cause." (940, II, of
SB). They must be always heard, cause the goods of the family belongs to them too. Jesus approves
the chastity. “Is voluntary celibacy an state of meritorious perfection before the eyes of God? No,
and these, who live this way for selfishness, dislike feeling for God, and deceive all the world.”
(698 of SB). “Isn't the chastity, on the part of certain persons, a renunciation inside the goal
(objective) of applying themselves more entirely to the service of humanity? That is a good (well,
very) different. I said ‘for selfishness’. Every personal renunciation is meritorious when it is for the
good (well) end (objective); and the greater the renunciation, the greater the merit.” (699 of SB).
Besides, the renunciation is not so great thus, cause there is the possibility of masturbation (self-Sex
in oneself), which relieves the physiological necessities of the chaste one. The woman can execute
it herself touching her clitoris by the inside of her vagina using the middle finger. “It is more exact
that they will go to the hell, because we said to them that this which is inside the nature is a mortal
sin for the soul:” (941 of SB). "The temptation came over you, but human; but God is faithful, who
won't allow you to be tempted more than you are able; before, with the temptation, He will give the
escape, for that you will be able to support it." (1 Corinthians, X, 13). In order to obtain the
divorcement it is necessary to accuse with proofs the other consort of the crime of prostitution
(article 229 of the Brazilian Penal Code) before the public prosecutor. We must marry to our twin
soul for that divorce doesn't have.
LVII – The rich young man
16 Lo a young man came to him and said: Master, what good thing will I do, in order to reach
eternal Life?
17 He said to him: Why do you ask me concerning that which is good? There is a unique one who is
good. But if you want to go in the Life, keep the commandments.
18 He said to him: Which? Jesus answered: You won't kill, won't commit adultery, won't steal,
won't witness falsely,
19 will honor your father and mother; and, will love your neighbor as yourself.
20 The young man replied: I have been observing all these things; what is lacking to me yet?
21 Jesus said to him: If you want to be perfect, go, sell that which you have, and give to the
paupers, and you will have a treasure in heaven, then come, and follow me.
22 But when the young man heard this word, he went away regretful; cause he was one who had
great possessions.
23 Then Jesus said to his disciples: Truly I say to you, it is difficult to a rich man to enter in the
kingdom of heaven.
24 And I still say to you: It is easier to a camel to go through a needle's eye, than to a rich man to
enter in the kingdom of God.
25 When the disciples heard it, they were greatly surprised, saying: Then who can be saved?
26 Jesus fixed his sight on them and said: This is impossible to the men; but all things are possible
to God.
27 Then Peter said to him: Lo, we have left everything, and followed you; then what will we have?
28 Jesus said to them: Truly I say to you that you who have followed me, in the regeneration
(palingenesis, reembodiment), when the Son of the Man will sit on the throne of his glory, you
will also sit on twelve thrones, to judge the twelve tribes of Israel.
29 And every one who has left houses, or brothers, or sisters, or father, or mother, or children, or
countries, for the cause of my name, he will receive a hundred times more, and he will inherit
eternal Life.
30 However many first ones will be the last (least) ones; and many last (least) ones will be the first
ones. (Matthew, XIX, 16-30).
17 And as Jesus was going in his way, a young man ran to him, and kneeled before him, and asked:
Good Master, what will I do in order to inherit eternal Life?
18 Jesus said to him: Why do you call me good? None is good but the unique God.
19 You know the commandments: Won't kill, won't commit adultery, won't steal, won't witness
falsely, won't defraud none, will honor your father and mother.
20 He said to him: Master, I have observed all these things from my childhood.
21 And Jesus fixed his eyes on him, loved him and said to him: One thing is lacking to you: Go,
sell whatever you have, and give to the pauper, and you will have a treasure in heaven; then come
and follow me.
22 But his face (image) fell before this word, and he went away very regretful; because he had
many possessions.
23 Then Jesus looked around and said to his disciples: How hardly will the reach ones enter in the
kingdom of God!
24 The disciples were surprised before his words. But Jesus said again to them: Children, how hard
is for them who trust in wealth to enter in the kingdom of God!
25 It is easier to a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than to a rich man to enter in the
kingdom of God.
26 They became very surprised and whispered themselves: Then who can be saved?
27 Jesus fixed his sight on them and said: To men it is impossible; but not to God, because all
things are possible to God.
28 Peter began to say to him: Lo, we have left all, and have followed you.
29 Jesus said: Truly I say to you: There isn't any man who has left house, or brothers, or sisters, or
mother, or father, or children, or lands, for my cause, and for the cause of the gospel,
30 but he will receive a hundredfold now in this time, houses, and brothers, and sisters, and
mothers, and children, and lands, with persecutions; and eternal Life in the future world.
31 But many who are the first ones will be the last (least); and the last (least) ones will be first ones.
(Mark, X, 17-31).
18 Certain director asked him: Good Master, what will I do to inherit eternal Life?
19 Jesus answered him: Why do you call me good? None is good, but the unique God.
20 You know the commandments: Won't commit adultery, won't kill, won't steal, won't witness
falsely, will honor your father and mother.
21 He said: I have observed all these things from my youth.
22 When Jesus heard it, he said to him: One thing is lacking to you yet: Sell all that you have, and
distribute to the paupers, and you will have a treasure in heaven; then come and follow me.
23 But when he heard these words, he became very regretful; because he was very rich.
24 Seeing him this way Jesus said: How hardly they who have riches will enter in the kingdom of
God!
25 Because it is easier to a camel to pass through the eye of the needle, than to a rich man to enter in
the kingdom of God.
26 They who heard it said: Then who can be saved?
27 But he said: The things, which are impossible to the men, are possible to God.
28 Peter said: Lo, we have left our home and followed you.
29 He answered: Truly I say to you, there is none who has left house, or wife, or brothers, or
parents, or children, for the cause of the kingdom of God,
30 who won't receive many times more in this time, and the eternal Life in the future world. (Luke,
XVIII, 18-30).
25 Great multitudes joined him, and he turned back, and said to them:
26 If anyone comes to me and doesn't hate his own father, and mother, and wife, and children, and
brothers, and sisters, and yea also his own Life, he can't be my disciple. (Luke, XIV, 25-26).
33 Thus therefore whoever among you who doesn't renounce all that you have, you can't be my
disciple. (Luke, XIV, 33).
115. The young rich man asks him how to reach the eternal Life! Now, “"It is the Life of the Spirit
which is eternal;” (153 of SB). Eternal Life isn't something that one can reach or one can lose. The
eternal Life is commandment of the Father for everyone. Jesus wanted to take the goods of the
young man to his kingdom. However, we must sell the true property and give to the paupers
(paupers of the true property). What do we have? Each one has what he deserves. Each one reaches
what he deserves. The priority is to reach God and not to rich. The true property is the treasures of
the intelligence and the heart. We won't take our material goods, neither our body from this word.
These goods are lent. It is a deposit, which we will return. We must do the best possible use of these
goods. Jesus has already said: “Cause what will a man profit, if he gains the whole world, but loses
his soul? Or what will a man give in order to exchange his soul?” (Matthew, XVI, 26). God doesn't
expect that we leave all the material goods to give it to the paupers. If we do that we will become a
hindrance, a heaviness to the society. Besides, we must not to encourage the laziness. But there are
those who make bad use of the goods, as the young and spender son who loosed all his goods to the
prostitutes (chapter LIII). “The scientist studies the laws of the matter (also body); the good man
studies the laws of the soul and practices them.” (617 of SB). “There are there two species of
progress, which lend a mutual (reciprocal) support themselves, and however they don't march
against, these are the intellectual progress and the moral progress.” (Allan Kardec, 785 of SB). “The
complete progress is the end (goal); but the peoples as the individuals don't reach there but from
degree to degree. While the moral sense is being developed in them, they can even serve themselves
of their intelligence to do the evil. The morality and the intelligence are two forces which don't
equilibrate themselves but very slowly.” (780, III, of SB). “The Spirit progresses through an
ascending insensible march, but the progress doesn't accomplish itself simultaneously in all the
senses; in a while, he can advance in science, in another in morality.” (365 of SB). Jesus says that
people rich of material goods don't go in the kingdom of heaven. And this is an absolute truth: we
can't bring any material thing from Life. We don't take neither our perishable body to the kingdom
of heaven, lesser the material wealth. It is easier to a camel pass through the eye of the needle than
to the man to go in the kingdom of heaven with his body and his material goods. After that the body
dies, the man, richer he is, he abandons all his material goods; and this is not all: he abandons his
house, father, mother, sons, brothers, wife and he goes to live the eternal Life in the kingdom of
heaven. Because even the evil ones will live with Spirits alike to them in the kingdom of heaven. It
is possible to see the image of a camel through the eye of a needle, isn't it? The image (Spirit)
passes, but the camel (body) remains. God wants that the familiars love themselves, but also hate
themselves, because it is through the critique that the Spirits stone themselves in order to become
brilliant diamonds. During Life we love and fight, but in the time of the death the Spirit provokes
hate in the family which darken (gloom) against themselves for the inheritance and they still want
good news from the deceased. The first ones will be the last (least) ones: the proud ones will be the
last ones in the kingdom of heaven. The last ones will be the first ones: the modest ones will be the
first ones in the kingdom of heaven. All of us will pass through all the possible and imaginable
trials to reach the first degree of the supreme intelligence. In the heaven we will also encounter
material goods and Spirits who we love.
1 Because the kingdom of heaven is like to a man who was a householder, who went out early in
the morning to employ workers to his vineyard.
2 When he had accorded a denary (roman silver coin which is worth ten cents) for day with the
workers, he sent them to his vineyard.
3 He went out about the third hour, and saw others standing unemployed in the public square
4 and said to them: Go you also to the vineyard, and I will give what is just to you. They went.
5 Again he went out about the sixth and the ninth hours, and did likewise.
6 At about the eleventh hour he went out, and found others standing unemployed; and he said to
them: Why did stand unemployed here all the day?
7 They said to him: Because none has employed us. He said to them: Go you also to the vineyard.
8 When the evening was come, the lord of the vineyard said to his administrator: Call the workers,
and pay their salary to them, beginning from the last to the first.
9 When the employed at the eleventh hour came, they received a denary each man.
10 When the first came, they thought they would receive more; but they also received a denary each
man.
11 But when they received it, they whispered against the householder,
12 saying: These last (least) have spent but one hour, however you have made them equal to us,
who have supported the flames of the day and the heat of the day.
13 But the householder, answering, said to one of them: Friend, I do no injustice to you; didn't you
accord a denary with me?
14 Take what is yours, and go way; cause I want to give to this last (least) the same I give to you.
15 Isn't it lawful to me to do what I want with what is mine? Or Are your eyes evil, because I AM
good?
16 Thus the last (least) will be first, and the first will be last. (Matthew, XX, 1-16).
35 He sat down, called the twelve and he said to them: If any man wants to be the first, he will be
the last (least) of all, and servant of all. (Mark, IX, 35).
116. This parable is unjust but has a just interpretation: all the workers received the same denary
because it was the money enough to survive during a day. It was just that all among them received
the sufficient to pass the day alive. Who makes the material work do it to keep the body. God gives
to each one a work according to him. He gives heavy work to those who like to use his muscles and
he gives intellectual work to those who like to think. Each one has (reaches) what he deserves.
LVIII – The nepotism of the mother of John and James
17 As Jesus was going up to Jerusalem, he called the twelve disciples apart on the way and said to
them:
18 Behold, we go up to Jerusalem; and the Son of the Man will be delivered to the main priests and
registrars. They will condemn him to death,
19 and will deliver him to the foreigners to be mocked, whipped and crucified; but he will resurrect
at the third day.
20 Then the wife of Zebedee came to him with her sons, and worshipping him, she asked for a
certain thing to him.
21 He asked her: What do you want? She said to him: Command that these my two sons sit: one on
your right hand, and one on your left hand, in your kingdom.
22 But Jesus answered: You don't know what you ask. Are you able to drink the cup that I AM
about to drink? They answered to him: We are able.
23 He said to them: You will indeed drink my cup; but to sit at my right hand, and at my left hand; I
don't concede to you; but it is for them who have been prepared by my Father.
24 When the ten heard it, they became indignant against the two brothers.
25 But Jesus called them to him, and said: You know that the governors of the peoples dominate
them, and that their great ones exercise authority over them.
26 It won't be thus among you; on the contrary, whoever wants to become great among you, will
be that who serves you;
27 and whoever want to be the first among you, he will be your servant;
28 such as the Son of the Man, who didn't come to be ministered, but to minister, and to give
his Life as ransom for many. (Matthew, XX, 17-28).
32 They were on the way, going up to Jerusalem, and Jesus was going before them. These were
admired and they followed him afraid. Jesus took the twelve apart again, and began to tell them the
things that were to happen to him, saying:
33 Behold, we go up to Jerusalem; and the Son of the Man will be delivered to the main priests and
the registrars; and they will condemn him to death, and will deliver him to the foreigners;
34 and they will mock him, will spit on him, will flog him, and will kill him; but he will resurrect
three days after.
35 Then James and John, the sons of Zebedee, approached to him, saying to him: Master, we want
you to concede for us whatever we want to ask for.
36 He asked them: What do you want me to do for you?
37 They answered him: Allow us to sit: one at your right hand, and one at your left hand in your
glory.
38 But Jesus said to them: You don't know what you ask. Are you able to drink the cup that I drink?
Or to be baptized across the baptism that I AM baptized across?
39 They said to him: We are able. Jesus said to them: The cup that I drink you will drink; and you
will be baptized across the baptism that I AM baptized;
40 but to sit at my right hand or at my left hand, I don't allow you; but this is for them who have
been prepared.
41 When the ten heard it, they became indignant against James and John.
42 But Jesus called them to him, and said to them: Do you know that they who are accounted to
govern the foreigners dominate them; and their great ones exercise authority over them?
43 But this isn't this way among you; but whoever wants to become great among you, he will be
he who serves you;
44 and whoever want to be the first among you, he will be servant of all.
45 Cause the Son of the Man also didn't come to be ministered, but to minister, and to give his
Life as ransom of many. (Mark, X, 32-45).
31 He took the twelve with him, and said to them: Lo, we go up to Jerusalem, and all the things
which are written through the prophets will be accomplished concerning the Son of the Man.
32 Cause he will be delivered up to the foreigners, and he will be mocked, insulted and spit;
33 and after whipping him, they will kill him; but he will resuscitate at the third day.
34 They understood nothing about these things; and the meaning of these words was hidden from
them, and they didn't perceive what were said. (Luke, XVIII, 31-34).
117. Jesus announces his tragedy again, for that the people participate of the great spectacle that is
the torture and the death of our Lord. The mother of James and John asks for a charge to her sons to
Jesus in his kingdom. Then Jesus answers that in earth the great one, the proud ones, the superb
ones, the prepotent ones exercise the power. However, they are the least ones, the modest ones, the
servants who reign in the kingdom of Jesus, without force, but through love and intelligence. The
request of the sons of Zebedee, the Boanerges or sons of thunder, caused indignation among the
apostles because the pride and the imposition of the force always cause indignation. We are sons of
men and we didn't come to serve ourselves, but to serve. “Don't you not know that the Spirits
belong to different orders according to their merit? Ouch! Well, the greater on the earth can be at
the last rank among the Spirits, while his servitor will be at the first rank. Do you comprehend this?
Hasn't Jesus said: ‘Whoever bemean will be elevated, and whoever elevate himself will
humiliated'?” (275 of SB).
LIX – Jesus cures two blind men
5 Then the eyes of the blind will be lighted, and the ears of the deaf will be opened. (Isaiah, XXXV,
5).
35 It happened that as he approached to Jericho, a certain blind man was sat at the side of the way
begging alms.
36 And hearing a multitude passing, he inquired what was that.
37 They told him, that Jesus, the Nazarene, was passing.
38 Then he cried: Jesus, son of David, have mercy on me!
39 And they who were before rebuked him to shut him up; but he cried out yet more: Son of David,
have pity on me!
40 Jesus stopped and commanded them to bring him. When he was come, he asked him:
41 What do you want me to? He answered: Lord, I want to see again.
42 Then Jesus said to him: Receive your sight; your faith has saved you.
43 And immediately he received his sight, and followed him, glorifying God. All the people also,
when they saw it, praised God. (Luke, XVIII, 35-43).
29 As they went out from Jericho, a great multitude followed him.
30 Lo two blind men sitting in the side of the way, when they heard that Jesus was passing, cried
out: Lord, son of David, have compassion on us!
31 But the multitude reprehended in order to shut up; but they cried out yet more, saying: Lord, son
of David, have piety on us!
32 Then Jesus stopped, called them and said: What do you want me to?
33 They answered: Lord, open our eyes.
34 Jesus, with pity, touched their eyes; and immediately they received their sight, and followed him.
(Matthew, XX, 29-34).
46 They went to Jericho. As he went out from Jericho, with his disciples and a great multitude,
Bartimaeus, the son of Timaeus, a blind beggar, was sitting at the side of the way.
47 When he heard that he was Jesus from Nazareth, he began to cry out: Jesus, son of David, have
piety on me!
48 And many rebuked him, in order to shut him up; but he cried out yet more: Son of David, have
pity on me!
49 Jesus stopped and said: Call him. They called the blind man, saying to him: Have good soul;
stand up, he calls you.
50 He cast his cape away, stood up in a jump, and came to Jesus.
51 Jesus asked him: What do you want me to? The blind man answered: Master, I want my sight.
52 Jesus said to him: Take your way; your faith has saved you. And straightway he received his
sight, and followed him in the way. (Mark, X, 46-52).
118. Jesus said to the blind that he was cured. After he met him with another blind and said to them
again that they were cured.
LX – Jesus eats with the rich publican
1 And he went in and was crossing Jericho.
2 Behold a man, called Zacchaeus, a chief of the publicans and rich,
3 searched to see who Jesus was, but he couldn't because of the crowd, cause he was short of
stature.
4 Then he ran to before of them, and climbed a wild fig tree up to see him, because he would pass
there.
5 When Jesus arrived to that place, he looked up, and said to him: Zacchaeus, climb down quickly;
cause it is convenient to me to lodge in your house today.
6 He climbed down in a hurry and received him joyfully.
7 When they saw it, they all whispered: He is going to lodge with a sinful man.
8 However Zacchaeus stood up and said to the Lord: Lord, I give to the pauper the half of my
goods; and if I have defrauded any man, I return the fourfold.
9 Then Jesus said to him: Today the salvation arrived to this house, cause this is also a son of
Abraham.
10 Because the Son of the Man came to seek and to save that who was lost. (Luke, XIX, 1-10).
119. Zacchaeus wanted to know him because Jesus was famous. Jesus calls him of son of Abraham
because Zaccheus treat him well. Zacchaeus was roman public servant and he had the duty of
spending the money of the imposts in public and social works. Jesus made the parable of the
servants and the money for him.
14 Cause the kingdom of heaven is as a man, who going to another country, called his servants, and
delivered his goods to them.
15 To one he gave five talents (one talent is worth 60 mines which is worth 100 drachmas which is
similar to one denary which is worth to ten cents), to another two, to another one; to each one
according to his own abilities; then he traveled.
16 Immediately the one who has received five talents went and dealet with them, and gained other
five talents.
17 Likewise the one who has received two talents gained other two.
18 But the one, who has received one talent, went out, hoed the earth, and hid the money of his lord.
19 After a long time the lord of those servants came, and settled accounts with them.
20 Then he who received five talents approached and delivered other five talents, saying: Lord, you
trusted in me five talents: Lo, I have gained other five talents.
21 His lord said to him: Very well, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over few
things, I will set you over many things; enter in the joy of your lord.
22 Also he who received two talents approached and said: Lord, you trusted in me two talents: Lo, I
have gained other two talents.
23 His lord said to him: Very well, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over few
things, I will set you over many things; enter in the joy of your lord.
24 Finally he who had received one talent approached and said: Lord, I knew you are a severe man,
who harvests where you didn't sow, and who unites where you didn't divulge;
25 I was afraid, and went out, and hid your talent in the earth: Lo, take what is yours.
26 But his lord said: Evil and lazy servant! Did you know that I harvest where I didn't sow, and I
unite where I didn't divulge?
27 Therefore you must have deposited my money attached to the bankers, and when I came back I
would have received my money back with interest.
28 Therefore take the talent away from him, and give it to him who has ten talents.
29 Because to every one who has, it will be given, and he will have plentifully; but he who doesn't
have, even what he has will be taken away from him.
30 And cast the useless servant out in the external darkness. There will be the weeping and
gnashing of teeth there. (Matthew, XXV, 14-30).
11 As they heard these things, he spoke a parable, because they were near to Jerusalem, and because
they supposed that the kingdom of God would appear immediately.
12 Then he said: Certain nobleman went to a far country, to take office of a kingdom, and to return.
13 He called ten servants of his, and trusted ten mines (one mine is worth 100 drachmas which is
similar to one denary which is worth to ten cents) to them, and said: Deal till I come.
14 But his citizens hated him, and sent an embassy after him, saying: We don't want that this man
reign over us.
15 When he came back, having taken office of the kingdom, he commanded to call the servants to
whom he had given the money to know how much they had gained dealing.
16 The first came before him, saying: Lord, your mine has profited ten mines more.
17 The lord answered: Very well, good servant; because you have been faithful over few things,
you will have authority over ten cities.
18 The second came, saying: Lord, your mine has profited five mines more.
19 He said to him also: You will have authority over five cities.
20 Another came, saying: Lord, behold here is your mine, which I kept wrapped in a handkerchief.
21 Cause I feared you, who are a severe man who takes for you what you didn't set on and you
harvest where you didn't sow.
22 He answered: Evil servant! I will judge you through your own mouth! Did you know that I AM a
severe man, that I take for me what I didn't set on, and I harvest where I didn't sow?!
23 Why didn't you put my money in a bank? Then I would have received it with interest at my
coming?
24 He said to them who were watching: Take the mine from him and give it to him who has ten
mines.
25 They weighed: Lord, he already has ten mines.
26 I say to you: To every one who has, it will be given; but he who doesn't have, even what he has
will be taken away from him.
27 Concerning to these enemies of mine, who didn't want that I would reign over them, bring them
here and kill them before me. (Luke, XIX, 11-27).
120. All the material goods are given to us by God, including our body. “Your Spirit is everything;
your body is a clothing, which perishes itself: Lo everything.” (196, II, of SB). “It is the spirit who
gives Life; the flesh profits nothing: the words that I have spoken to you are spirit, and are Life.”
(John, VI, 63). We won't carry anything material from this world. Firstly, the interpretation
according to the flesh: God gives the material goods to us according to our abilities, to our
evolutional degree. “But, know it well: Wealth is often a trial more dangerous than the misery.”
(925 of SB). God gives the material goods to us to prosper. Not to decrease them or to waste them.
Who has a lot, will have to rich yet more. It is easier to him who has nothing to rich something, than
to the rich to double his wealth. “In a society based over the law of God and in the justice, the
provision to the Life of the weak must be made without humiliating for him. The society must
assure the existence of them who can't work, without abandoning their Life to the pity at hazard of
willingly men." (888 of SB). “God couldn't give to the man the necessity of living without giving
the means to him, that is because of this that He made the earth produce than to furnish the
necessary to all its inhabitants, cause only the necessary is useful; the surplus is never useful.” (704
of SB). “That is because it is convenient to understand as goods of earth everything which the man
can enjoy here downworld.” (706 of SB). God has attached an attraction in the pleasure of material
things "to excite the man to the accomplishment of his mission, and also to judge (prove) him
through temptation.” (712 of SB). "The welfare (health) is a natural desire. God defends the abuse
of the welfare, because the abuse is contrary to the conservation; He doesn't make a crime of
researching the welfare (health), if this welfare isn't acquired in the expenses of anyone, and if he
doesn't weaken neither your moral forces, neither your physical forces." (719 of the SB). “The soul
is meritorious, it is to resist to the temptation who solicits to the excess or to the pleasure of the
useless things;” (720, II, of SB). “But know well that a wealth often doesn't ground to a man but to
furnish him the opportunity repairing an injustice.” (809 of SB). “We don't love physical suffering;
but this is of few importance to the Life you have chosen.” (859 of SB). “Is there however there a
measure of welfare common to all the men? For the material Life, it is the possession of the
necessary; for the moral Life: the good conscience and the belief in the future (spiritual Life).” (922
of SB). Thus, Jesus gave the right of administering cities, which are material goods of the property
common to all, to those who produced and dealt material goods and riched more. The avaricious
servant who buried the money impeding it of circulating and generating wealth was taken to the
places of the suffering. He could have deposited the money in a bank to obtain interest to the Lord,
but he was avaricious, attached to the money and still complained that the Lord harvests what he
didn't sow: “The misery provokes the whispering against the Providence; the richness excites to all
the excesses.” (815 of SB). Many ones don't reach to return the mine that they received: they are the
spender sons (chapter LIII). According to the Spirit we must use our talent to increase the abilities
of the Spirits. The scientist studies the laws of the matter and he makes them to produce, according
to his talent. The good man studies the moral laws to transform the men in good Spirits.
“Afterward, the Spirit must advance in science and in morality; if he hasn't progressed but in a
sense, it is convenient that he progress in another sense in order to reach the high (hot) of the
ladder.” (192 of SB). The subaltern Spirits work the material things and they evolve with them. To
each one it is given according to his abilities. To the subaltern Spirits studying too much is a
punishment. They prefer the material work. To the good Spirits the material work is a castigation.
He who has and multiplies, it will be given more. To him who has no talent, it will be taken even
what he has to regret of having not worked.
LXI – Jesus declares Himself God and He is convicted to the death, once again
22 The feast of the dedication was happening at Jerusalem. It was winter.
23 Jesus was walking in the temple in Solomon's porch.
24 The jews surrounded him therefore and challenged him: How long will you suspend our soul? If
you are the Christ, tell us sincerely.
25 Jesus answered them: I have already told you, but you don't believe. The works that I do in the
name of my Father witness about me.
26 But you don't believe, because you are not of my sheeps.
27 My sheeps hear my voice; and I know them, and they follow me.
28 I give eternal Life to them; and they will never perish (rot), and none will snatch them out of
my hand.
29 My Father, who has given them to me, is greater than all; and none can snatch them out of the
hand of the Father.
30 I and the Father are one.
31 Again the jews caught rocks to stone him.
32 Jesus said to them: I have showed you many good works from the Father; for which of those
works do you stone me?
33 The jews answered: We don't stone you for any good work, but for blasphemy; because you,
being a man, make God of yourself.
34 Jesus replied: Isn't it written in your law: 'I said: you are gods.'?
35 If he called gods them, to whom the word of God came (and the scripture can't fail),
36 do you say about him, who the Father holyfied and sent to the world: You blaspheme; because I
said: I AM the Son of God?
37 If I don't the works of my Father, you don't believe in me.
38 However I do them, but you yet don't believe in me! Believe in the works; for that you can know
and understand that the Father is in me, and I AM in the Father.
39 In this point, they searched to arrest him again; but they couldn't snatch him through their
hands.
40 Again he went away to the beyond the Jordan, to the place where John was baptizing initially;
and there he remained.
41 Many came to him and they said: John indeed left no sign, but all things whatever John spoke
about this man were true.
42 And many believed in him there. (John, X, 22-42).
1 God watches in the assembly of God; He judges among the gods.
2 How long will you judge unjustly respecting the causes of those who don't believe?
3 Judge the weak and fatherless. Do justice to the afflicted and pauper.
4 Succor the weak and the needy. Snatch them out of the hand of those who don't believe.
5 They know nothing, neither they understand. They walk from darkness to darkness. All the
abysses of the earth are shaken.
6 I said: You are gods, and all of you are sons of the Highest.
7 However you will die like men. And you will fall as any princes.
8 Stand up, Oh! God! Judge the earth, because you will inherit all the nations. (Psalm LXXXII).
121. Jesus declares himself man and God and he receives pelts. Jesus fights very much and flees for
curing himself in the Jordan. “The end (goal) of the creation, which consists in the comparative
cultivation of the beauty, of the well, idealized by the human pattern, by the Man-God, by Jesus-
Christ.” (Paul apostle, 1009 of SB). “All the men are brothers in God, because they are animated
by the spirit, and they tend to the same end (goal)." (54 of SB). “The peoples are excusable of not to
believe in the word of that who was animated of Spirit of God" (671 of SB). “The doctrine which
Jesus taught is the purest expression of His Law, because He was animated by the Godly Spirit,
and He is the purest Spirit who has appeared over ground." (Allan Kardec, 625 of SB). "VI. - The
end of the soul (anima in Latin), in her evolution, is to reach and to accomplish in herself and
surround herself, across the times and the ascending seasons of the Universe, through the unbutton
of the mights, which she belongs in germ, this eternal notion of the Beauty and of the Well, who
expresses the ideal of God, the proper ideal of perfection." (Léon Denis, The Problem of the Being,
of the Destiny and of the Pain, 5th edition, FEB, RJ, page 453 - the last one). “The electrons and
photons, which constitute your physical dress, integrate, likewise, our vehicles of manifestation, in
other frequencies. Therefore you need to pay attention in the might works of your potential
divinity.” (Spirit of Alexander in the book “The Missionaries of the Light” of Andrew Louis, in the
psychography of Francisco Cândido Xavier, FEB, page 98). “Jesus Christ, existing in form of God,
he didn't make of being equal to God a usurpation, but he emptied his selfishness, taking the form
of a servant, becoming alike to the men. Being met with human image, he bemeaned himself, being
obedient even to death and the death of the cross. Because of this God exalted him to the highest
degree and gave to him the name, which is above every name. Thus every knee bend before the
name of Jesus, in heaven, on earth and under the earth. And every tongue proclaims: Jesus Christ is
the Lord in the glory of God the Father.” (Letter of Paul to the Philippians, II, 6-11). “Why do you
(incomprehensible audacity) imagine the sublime realization without sympathizing to the Spirit of
the Truth, who is the proper Lord?” (page 99 of “The Missionaries of the Light”). “Did you forget
the divine word who pronounced: 'You are gods.'?” (page 99 of “The Missionaries of the Light”).
“You are the spiritual crown of the face of the earth, for the reason you were rewarded by the Lord
of the Universe.” (page 100 of the same book). “If you expect the sublime Holys's companion,
sanctify yourself in the daily fight, because the angelical entities don't keep themselves insulated in
the heavenly jubilations and they work also for the perfecting of the world, expecting your
angelization!” (page 103 of the same book). “Elevate ourselves, therefore, in the Spirit of the Lord,
who invited us to the banquet of light, since today!” (page 104 of the same book). “Never broke the
Thread of light which tie us, individually to the Divine Spirit!” (page 105 of the same book).
“Remembering always that the Spirit is all!” (page 106 of the same). “In fraternity (sorority), like
us, one to another, searching supreme joys of the union with the Divinity.” (page 347, the last one).
LXII – Jesus resurrects Lazarus
31 But Abraham answered him: If they don't hear Moses and the prophets, neither they will be
persuaded, even one from the dead resuscitates. (Luke, XVI, 31 - chapter XLIX).
1 Lazarus from Bethany (the village of Mary and her sister Martha) was sick.
2 This Mary, whose brother Lazarus was sick, is the same who anointed the Lord with ointment,
and dried his feet through her hair. (chapter XXIX).
3 The sisters of Lazarus therefore ordered to say to him: Lord, behold who you love is sick.
4 But when Jesus heard these news, he said: This sickness is not to death, but for the glory of God,
in order that the Son of God will be glorified.
5 Now, Jesus loved Martha, her sister and Lazarus.
6 When therefore he heard that Lazarus was sick, he delayed still two days in the place where he
was.
7 After this he said to the disciples: Let us go to Judaea again.
8 The disciples said to him: Master, the jews were just now seeking to stone you; and you go back
there again?
9 Jesus answered: Aren't twelve the hours of one daylight? If a man walks during the day, he
doesn't scandalize (stumble), because he sees the light of the world;
10 but if a man walks during the night, he scandalizes (stumbles - chapters LI and LIII), because
he has no light.
11 He spoke these things and he attached: Our friend Lazarus is asleep; but I will awake him.
12 The disciples therefore said to him: Lord, if he is asleep, he will recuperate himself.
13 But Jesus had spoken about his death; but they thought that he had spoken about the rest of the
sleep.
14 Then Jesus told them clearly: Lazarus is dead.
15 I AM content of not being there for your cause, for that you will be able to believe. However let
us go to him.
16 Then Thomas, who is called Didymus, said to the others: Let us also go, in order to die with him.
17 When Jesus arrived, he discovered that he had already been in the tomb for four days.
18 Now Bethany was about fifteen furlongs (1 furlong = 201,16 meters, then 3017,40 meters) near
from Jerusalem.
19 Many among the jews had come to console Martha and Mary concerning the death of their
brother.
20 Therefore when Martha heard that Jesus was coming, she went to meet him; but Mary still sat
down in the house.
21 Martha said to Jesus: Lord, if you were here, my brother wouldn't have died.
22 But I know that, even now, whatever you will ask to God, God will concede to you.
23 Jesus said to her: Your brother will resurrect.
24 Martha replied: I know that he will resuscitate in the resurrection at the last day.
25 Jesus said: I AM the resurrection and the Life. He who believes in me, still he dies, he will
live yet;
26 and whoever lives and believes in me, he won't die eternally. Do you believe in this?
27 She answered: Yes, Lord, I have believed that you are the Christ, the Son of God, who was to
come to the world.
28 After saying this, she went away, and called Mary, her sister, whispering: The Master is come
and calls you.
29 When she heard this, she stood up quickly, and went to him.
30 Now Jesus wasn't still arrived to the village, but he was yet where Martha met him.
31 Then there were jews consoling Mary in the house. When they saw that she stood up quickly and
went out, they followed her, presuming that she had gone to weep in the tomb.
32 When Mary arrived where Jesus was, seeing him, she kneed at his feet saying: Lord, if you were
here, my brother wouldn't have died.
33 When Jesus saw her weeping, and also the jews' (who came with her) weeping, his Spirit shook,
and he disturbed himself.
34 Jesus said: Where did you sepulcher him? They answered: Lord, come and see!
35 Jesus wept.
36 The jews said: Lo he loved him!
37 But some among them said: Couldn't this man, who opened the eyes of the blind one, have
avoided the death of Lazarus?
38 Jesus, shaking himself again, came to the tomb. The tomb was a grotto and there was a stone
before the entrance.
39 Then Jesus ordered: Take the stone away. Martha, the sister of the dead one, said to him: Lord,
the body must be stinking because he is dead since four days ago.
40 Jesus answered her: Didn't I say to you that, if you believe, you will see the glory of God?
41 So they took the stone away. And Jesus lifted up his eyes to the heaven and said: Father, I
accomplish the grace because you heard me.
42 Besides, I knew that you always listen to me, but I said thus because of the multitude present
in body, for that they believe that you sent me.
43 After this speech, he cried aloud: Lazarus, come out here!
44 He who was dead came out, having feet and hands bandaged with gauzes. His face was covered
with a napkin. Jesus ordered: Untie him, and let him go.
45 Therefore many among the jews, who came to visit Mary, believed in him when they regarded
what he did. (John, XI, 1-45).
122. Mary from Bethany, sister of Lazarus and Martha was the sinner who had washed the feet of
Jesus (Luke, VII, 36-50 - chapter XXIX). “In the lethargy, the body is not dead, for that there are
functions which still accomplishes there themselves; there the vitality is hidden, as in the chrysalis
(example: silkworm, the author), but the vitality isn't annihilated; gold, the Spirit is united to the
body so much so the body lives; as long as the links (gauzes) are torn by the dead one and by the
disintegration of the human organs, the separation is complete and there the Spirit doesn't have
greater price. When a man who has the appearances of the death appreciates the Life, it is because
the death isn't complete.” (423 of SB). “Can we, through cares given in useful time, renew the links
ready to tear and to replace to the Life a being who, guilt of succors (aids), would be dead
definitively? Yes, without doubt, and you have the proof every day. The magnetism is often, in this
case, a mighty mean, because it replaces to the body the vital fluid which lacks to the body and
which would be insufficient to amuse the game of the organs.” (424 of SB). Pain?! “Lethargy and
catalepsy have the same principle, which is the momentary loss of the sensibility and of movement
for an physiological cause still unexplained; they are different cause: in lethargy, the suspension
of the vital forces is general and gives to the body all the appearances of the death; in
catalepsy, the suspension is localized and can affect a place more or less extensive of the body, thus
leave the intelligence free to manifest oneself, and this who doesn't permit to confuse with the
death. The lethargy is always natural; the catalepsy is sometimes spontaneous, but this last one can
be provoked and destroyed artificially by the magnetic action.” (Allan Kardec, 424 of SB).
"Because you die everyday according to the word of a saint." (402 of SB). Jesus wanted to prove
the resurrection (reincarnation) playing with them. Lazarus wasn't dead and Jesus knew. This joke
explains the parable of the Lazarus of the chapter XLIX. The grotto represents the uterus, from
where the baby goes out reembodied and soon he receives the platoons.
46 But others went to the pharisees and told the achievement which Jesus had done to them.
47 Then the main priests and the pharisees called a Council, and said: What will we do? This man
does signs too much.
48 If we let him thus, all men will believe in him; and the romans will come and take away not only
our land but also our nation.
49 But a certain one among them: Caiaphas, the highest priest of that year, frightens them: You
don't know anything at all.
50 Why don't you settle your accounts? It is convenient for you that a unique man dies for the
people, for that the whole nation don't perish.
51 Gold he didn't say this himself; but, being the highest priest of that year, he prophesied that
Jesus would die for the nation;
52 and not only for the nation, but also to unite together in one all the children of God who were
scattered internationally.
53 Since that day they counseled themselves that they would kill him.
54 Therefore Jesus walked no more publicly among the jews; but he went to a place near to the
wilderness, to a city called Ephraim. And there he remained with the disciples.
55 The Passover of the jews was close; and many from out of Jerusalem went up to there before the
Passover, to purify themselves.
56 There they searched for Jesus and while they were in the temple, they whispered one to another:
What do you think? Won't he come to the feast?
57 Now the main priests and the pharisees had given commandment for that, if any man knew
where he was, he would denounce him, in order to arrest him. (John, XI, 46-57).
123. “Is the restriction of the cases in which we apply the capital punishment an index of progress
in the civilization? Can you doubt? Don't your Spirit shake in reading the recipe of the human
butcheries which we did erstwhile in the name of the justice, and often in honour of the Divinity,
the tortures we did the condemned suffers, and even to the accused, in order to snatch from him,
through the excess of pains, the avowal of a crime which he hasn't often committed? Ouch! Well, if
you had lived there in those times, you would gold to think all very natural; and maybe you, judge,
would gold to do all likewise. It is thus that who seems to be just a while, seems barbarian latter.
Only the divine laws are eternal; human laws change attached to the progress; they will change still
until they will be put equal to the godly laws.” (763 of SB). The jews wanted to sacrifice Jesus
because of the lies and farses of that charlatan homosexual. They wanted to immolate that who
John, the Baptist called the Lamb of God. "It is to this antagonism between the charity and the
selfishness, it is to the this usurpation of this leprosy of the human heart that the Christianity must
haven't still accomplished all his mission. It is to you, new apostles of the belief and who the
superior Spirits clarify, who charge the job and the duty of extirpating this evil to give to the
Christianity all his might and disencumber the way of the stones who obstaculize his march. Hunt
the selfishness of the earth for that she can gravitate inside the ladder of the worlds, cause he is the
time in what the humanity returns to dress his virile (masculine) gown (toga)," (Emmanuel, GAS,
XI, 11).
3 Then the tempter approached and said: If you are Son of God, order these stones to become
bread.
4 But he answered: It is written: Man won't live only of bread, but of each word that comes from the
mouth of God.
5 Then the devil takes him in the holy city; and he set him on the top of the temple,
6 and said to him: If you are the Son of God throw yourself down: because it is written: He will
order his angels to guard you; and, they will support you on their hands, for you don't scandalize
(stumble) against a stone.
7 Jesus said to him: It is also written: You won't attempt the Lord your God. (Matthew, IV, 3-7,
chapter XII).
LXIII – Mary from Bethany perfumes Jesus again
1 Six days before the Passover Jesus came to Bethany, where Lazarus was, who Jesus resurrected.
2 So they made a supper to him there; Martha was serving; Lazarus was one of them who were sat
at the table with him.
3 Then Mary took a pound of ointment of pure nard, very precious, and anointed the feet of Jesus,
and dried his feet with her hair; and the house was filled with the perfume of the ointment.
4 But Judas Iscariot, one of his disciples, who would betray him, said:
5 Why wasn't this ointment sold for three hundred denaryes, which would be given to the
paupers?
6 He said this, not because he cared for the poor; but because he was a thief, and having the
bag, he took away what was put inside.
7 However Jesus said: Leave her! She will keep for the day of my mummification.
8 Because you have the paupers always with you; but you don't have me always.
9 A great multitude of the jews knew that he was there; and they came, not only because of Jesus,
but also to see Lazarus, whom he had resurrected.
10 But the main priests counseled themselves that they would kill Lazarus too;
11 because many of the jews came back believing in Jesus in reason of him. (John, XII, 1-11).
6 Now when Jesus was in Bethany, in the house of Simon, the leper,
7 a woman approached to him having a vase of alabaster full of precious balsam, which she spilled
on his head, as he was at the table.
8 But when the disciples saw this, they became indignant and said: What is this waste for?
9 This perfume could be sold for much money to be given to the paupers.
10 But Jesus, knowing this, said to them: Why do you annoy this woman? She practised a good
work on me.
11 Cause you have the indigent ones always with you; but you don't have me always.
12 For that she shed this perfume on my body for my sepulture.
13 Truly I say to you: Wherever this gospel will be preached in the whole world, what this
woman has done to me will also spoken for her memory. (Matthew, XXVI, 6-13).
3 While he was in Bethany in the house of Simon, the leper, as he sat at the table, a woman came
with an alabaster flask of balm of pure nard very expensive; and she broke the flask, and drain over
Jesus' head.
4 But some of them resented themselves, saying: What is this extravagance for?
5 This balm could be sold for more than three hundred denaryes, and given to the indigent
ones. And they whispered against her.
6 But Jesus said: Leave her; why do you annoy her? She practiced a good action for me.
7 Because you have the indigent ones always with you, and whenever you can give goods for them,
but you don't have me always.
8 She did what she could do: She has anointed my body for my burial in advance.
9 Truly I say to you: Wherever this evangel will be preached over the whole world, what she
did to me will also told for her remembrance. (Mark, XIV, 3-9).
124. Mary from Bethany (Live) discovered that Jesus was a impostor. Besides, she was angry
because Jesus was son of her husband (Publius Lentulus) and spilled a pound of perfume in Jesus.
Cause of this she chastened him with perfume. Judas supposed that it was better to give to the poor
(the apostles and other saints). Jesus orders to register in the Gospel, which had already been
written by the evangelists, that he paid a forfeit to the jealous woman (chapter XXIX).
LXIV – Jesus goes triumphal in Jerusalem
9 Reenjoy greatly, oh! daughter of Zion; exult, oh! daughter of Jerusalem; lo your king comes to
you; just and Saviour; lowly, and riding on a donkey, the foal of a female ass. (Zechariah, IX, 9).
25 Hosanna (save us), we ask you, oh! Lord; we ask you, oh! Lord, we ask prosperity.
26 Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord; we have blessed you since the house of the
Lord. (Psalm, CXVIII, 25-26).
35 Lo, your house will become disconsolate. Truly I say to you: You won't see me, unless you say:
Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! (Luke, XIII, 35).
28 And, spoken thus, he went ahead, going up to Jerusalem.
29 It happened that when he approached to Bethphage and Bethany, attached to the mount of
Olives, he sent two of his disciples,
30 saying: Go to the next village and there, just as you enter in, you will see an ass arrested, which
none has ever ridden; untie it and bring it to me.
31 If any one asks you: Why do you loose him? You will answer thus: The Lord needs him.
32 And they who were sent met as he had said to them.
33 While they were loosing the ass, the owners said to them: Why do you loose the ass?
34 They said: The Lord needs him.
35 They brought him to Jesus and they put their dresses on the ass, they helped Jesus to submit him.
36 As he went, they extended their dresses in the way.
37 While they were approaching the descent of the mount of Olives, the whole multitude of the
disciples began, jubilant, to praise God aloud, for all the mighty works which they had seen;
38 saying: Blessed is the King who came in the name of the Lord! Peace in heaven and glory in the
highest!
39 And some of the pharisees from the multitude said to him: Master, reprehend your disciples!
40 But he answered: I assure you that, if I order them to shut up, the stones will cry!
41 While he was coming, he saw the city, wept
42 and said: If you knew yourself, since today, the things, which are necessary to the peace! But
now they are hid from your eyes.
43 Cause the days will come to you, when your enemies will surround you of trenches and, and
they will decrease the circle on all sides,
44 and they will destroy you to the ground, and the children inside you; they won't leave stone over
stone; because you didn't know the opportunity of the visit. (Luke, XIX, 28-44).
4 And he received it at their hand, and fashioned it with a graving tool, and made it a molten calf;
and they said: These are your gods, oh! Israel, which brought you out of the land of Egypt.
5 And when Aaron saw this, he built an altar before it; and Aaron made proclamation, and said:
Tomorrow will be a feast to the Lord.
6 And they rose up early on the morning, and offered burnt offerings, and brought peace offerings;
and the people sat down to eat and to drink, and rose up to joy. (Exodus, XXXII, 4-6).
25 And when Moses saw that the people were nude, because Aaron had let them nude to shame
them among their enemies,
26 then Moses stood in the gate of the camp, and said: Who is on Lord's side, let him come to me.
And all the sons of Levi gathered themselves together to him.
27 And he said to them: Thus said the Lord, the God of Israel: Put your sword upon the side of
each man, and go to and from gate to gate throughout the camp, and each man kills his brother,
and each man his friend, and each man his neighbor.
28 And the sons of Levi did according to the word of Moses: and about three thousand men of the
people fell down that day. (Exodus, XXXII, 25-28).
2 I AM the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.
3 You will have no other gods before me.
4 You won't make to you a sculpture, nor any likeness of anything that is above on the skies, neither
down over ground, or that is in the water underground:
5 you won't kneel before them, nor serve them; because I, the Lord, your God am jealous God,
visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, in the third and the fourth generations of them
who hate me, (Exodus, XX, 2-5).
1 When they approached to Jerusalem and arrived to Bethphage, to the mount of Olives, then Jesus
sent two disciples, saying to them:
2 Go to the village, which is before you, and immediately you will find a female ass tied and a little
ass with her. Loose them, and bring them to me.
3 If any one say anything to you, you will say: The Lord needs them. Suddenly he will send them.
4 Now it happened, in order to fulfill what was spoken through the prophet:
5 Tell the daughter of Zion: Lo, your King comes to you: Meek, and riding an ass, the foal of an
ass.
6 The disciples went and did exactly as Jesus ordered them,
7 and brought the ass, and the foal. Then they put their clothes on them. And Jesus sat on his foal
of an ass.
8 And the most part of the multitude spread their clothes on the way; and others cut branches from
the trees, and spread them in the way.
9 And the multitudes who went before him, and who followed him, cried: Hosanna to the son of
David! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! Hosanna in the highest!
10 When he arrived to Jerusalem, all the city was appalled, saying: Who is this?
11 And the multitudes cried: This is the prophet, Jesus, from Nazareth of Galilee! (Matthew, XXI,
1-11).
1 When they approached to Jerusalem, to Bethphage and to Bethany, attached to the mount of
Olives, he sent two of his disciples
2 and said to them: Go to the village which before you and, suddenly as you enter in, you will see
an ass arrested, which none has yet sat; loose him, and bring him.
3 If any one asks you: Why do you do this? You will say: The Lord needs him. And soon he will
send him back here.
4 They went and found the little ass tied attached to the door, outside in the street; and they loose
him.
5 Certain of them who were there complained: What do you do, do you loose the ass?
6 They answered according to Jesus had said; then they let them go.
7 They brought the little ass to Jesus and put on him their clothes; and Jesus sat on his ass.
8 And many spread their clothes on the way; and others branches, which they had cut from the
fields.
9 They who went before, and they who followed him, cried: Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in
the name of the Lord!
10 Blessed is the kingdom, which comes, the kingdom of our father David! Hosanna in the highest.
(Mark, XI, 1-10).
12 The day after a great multitude who had come to the feast, when they heard that Jesus was
coming to Jerusalem,
13 took branches of palm trees, and went to meet him, crying: Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes
in the name of the Lord who is the King of Israel!
14 And Jesus, having met a young ass, sat on it; as it is written:
15 Don't fear, daughter of Zion. Lo your King comes, sitting on the foal of an ass.
16 His disciples didn't understood these at first; but when Jesus was glorified, then they
remembered that these things were written about him, and that they had done these things to him.
17 The multitude who was with him when he called Lazarus out of the tomb, and resurrect him, was
witnessing.
18 Because of this the multitude also went and met him, cause they heard that he had done this sign.
19 The pharisees said among themselves: Lo he prophesies nothing. Lo, the world is going after
him. (John, XII, 12-19).
125. Yes. It was disgusting. All that multitude practised unspeakable sexual acts. The pharisees
became yet angrier against Jesus. Latter they would be all killed in the most different ways,
including in the roman circus. The romans didn't like because he was declared king of the jews.
These first christians were very simple and ignorant. Know yourself.
LXV – Jesus casts the demons out of the temple of Jerusalem
9 Cause the zeal of your house has devoured me, and the reprobations of them who reprove you fell
over me. (Psalm, LXIX, 9).
7 I will bring to my holy mountain even them, I will feast them in my house of prayer; I will accept
their holocausts and their sacrifices on my altar; because my house will be called a house of
prayer for all the peoples. (Isaiah, LVI, 7).
11 Is this house, which has my name, become a cave of robbers to your eyes? Lo I myself saw this,
said the Lord. (Jeremiah, VII, 11).
2 You have established your force in the mouth of the babes and of them who suck the milk of
mother, because of your adversaries, in order to shut up the revengeful enemy. (Psalm, VIII, 2).
10 Listen to the word of the Lord, princes of Sodom; pay attention to the law of our God, people of
Gomorrah.
11 The Lord said: What do I profit in the multitude of your sacrifices? I AM tired of your barbecues
of ewes, and of the adiposity of the toasted animals; and I don't delight in the blood of calves, nor of
lambs, nor of male goats.
12 Who has required this on your hands? Is this to come before me? Is this to step on my
court? (Isaiah, I, 10-12).
13 The Passover of the jews was coming, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem.
14 He met in the temple those who sold oxen, ewes and pigeons, and also the money-changers sat;
15 and he made a whip of ropes, and cast them all out of the temple, as well the ewes and the oxen;
and he spilled the money of the money-changers, and he turned their tables upside down,
16 and he said to the dealer of pigeons: Take these things out of here; don't become the house of my
Father in a shop store.
17 His disciples remembered that it was written: The zeal for your house will eat me up.
18 The jews therefore asked him: What sign do you show to us, to do these things?
19 Jesus answered them: Destroy this temple, and I will resurrect it in three days.
20 The jews replied: This temple was built in forty six years. Do you want to resurrect it in three
days?
21 But he was speaking about the temple of his body.
22 When Jesus resuscitated from the dead, his disciples remembered that he spoke this; and they
believed in the scripture, and in the word of Jesus.
23 While he was in Jerusalem during the Passover many believed in his name, because they saw his
signs.
24 But Jesus didn't trust himself in them, because he knew all men.
25 And he needed noway that any one would witness concerning any man; because he himself
knew what the man was. (John, II, 13-25).
12 Jesus went in the temple of God, and cast out all them who sold and bought there, and he also
turned the tables of the cambists upside down, and the chairs of the dealers of pigeons.
13 He said to them: It is written: My house will be called a house of prayer; but you become it in a
den of robbers.
14 The blind and the lame came to him in the temple; and he healed them.
15 But when the main priests and the registrars saw the might works that he did, and the children
who were crying in the temple: Hosanna to the son of David! They became angry and asked him:
16 Do you hear what these are saying? Jesus answered: Yes. Didn't you ever read: You will reach
perfect laud attached to the mouths of the babes and suckers of mamma's milk?
17 He left them, and went out of the city to Bethany, and lodged there. (Matthew, XXI, 12-17).
15 They went to Jerusalem. He entered in the temple, and began to cast those who sold and bought
in the temple out from there. And he turned the tables of the exchangers upside down, and the
chairs of the dealers of pigeons.
16 He didn't tolerate that any man carried any tool across the temple.
17 He taught saying: Isn't it written: My house will be called a house of prayer for all the nations?
But you became it a den of thieves.
18 And the main priests and the registrars heard this, and searched a way of killing him; cause they
feared him, because all the multitude was surprised at his doctrine. (Mark, XI, 15-18)
45 Afterwards he entered in the temple, and cast those who sold out,
46 saying to them: It is written: My house will be a house of prayer. But you have become it a den
of crooks.
47 He was teaching daily in the temple. But the main priests and the registrars and the principal
men of the people searched to destroy him.
48 However they couldn't know how to do that; because all the people was controlled by him while
he was speaking. (Luke, XIX, 45-48).
126. Jesus entered in the temple for taking possession of the Kingdom of God. Lo that people
thought that they pleased God preparing barbecue of animals and the dealers riched to sell the
animals of the sacrifice even inside the temple. “In the house, yes, of primitive peoples, the matter
snatches them over the Spirit; they abandon themselves to the instincts of a brute (donkey, ass,
animal, beast), it is because they are generally cruel, because the moral sense isn't still developed in
them. Afterwards, the primitive men must believe naturally that an animated creature has much
more price to the eyes of God than a material body. This brought them to immolate sooner animals,
and latter men, for that according to their false belief, they thought that the price of the sacrifice was
analogous to the importance of the victim.” (669 of SB). Lo our body is the temple of our Spirit:
“All the men are brothers in God, because they are animated by the spirit, and cause they tend to the
same goal (end).” (54 of SB). None is a slave but of the sin. Loose your temple, your body against
your sins and no harm will happen to you. She who is a slave of the sin is arrested even when she is
footloose at the streets. Don't become your temple (body) in your prisonment. More import than
casting dealers of the temple is to cast the devils, which obsess (haunt) us. “Woman, believe me, the
hour comes, when neither in this mountain, nor in Jerusalem, you will worship the Father. You
worship that which you don't know. We worship who we know; because salvation is from the jews.
But the hour comes, and now is, when the true worshippers will worship the Father in spirit and
truth; because these are whom Father looks for being his worshippers. God is Spirit; and they who
worship him must worship in spirit and truth.” (John, IV, 21-24, chapter XI). There isn't an exact
place to worship God, cause He is Holy Spirit and we can worship Him wherever. Because He is
everywhere. We can pray, make pleas out of the temples of the stones. “It is what Jesus taught us
in the sublime prayer: dominical Oration, when He makes us say: 'Don't allow us to succumb to the
temptation, but liberate us of the evil.’. This theory about the exciting cause of our acts resuscitates
evidently all the teaching of the Spirits; not lonely she is sublime of morality, but we will attach that
she reprehends the man before his own eyes; she shows him free to shake an obsessing yoke, just
as he is free to close his house to the annoying people. (872 of SB). “The house is inviolable
asylum of the individual, none can penetrate in there without the consent of the resident,” (article
5th, XI, of the brazilian Constitution). Your sins attract your jailers: the bad Spirits who penetrate in
your temple. Every tree who doesn't give good children will be cut down.
LXVI – The fruitless fig tree
6 Then he spoke this parable: A certain man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard; and he came
seeking fruits on it, but he found none.
7 And he said to the viticulturist: Lo, I come seeking fruits on this fig tree for three years, but I find
none; cut it down; why is she occupying uselessly the ground?
8 But he answered: Lord, leave her lonely this year too, till I will excavate around her, and I will put
dung (animal shit) on her.
9 If she will give birth to fruits, well; but if not, you can order to cut her down. (Luke, XIII, 6-9).
22 Then they come to Bethsaida, and brought to him a blind man. They asked him to touch him.
23 Taking the blind man by the hand, he left him out of the village; and when he applied spittle on
his eyes, and setting his hands over him, he asked him: Do you see something?
24 He searched and said: I see men; because I see them as the trees: walking.
25 Then again he set his hands over his eyes; and he saw clearly, and was restored, and he
distinguished everything perfectly.
26 He sent him away to his home, saying: Don't go in the village. (Mark, VIII, 22-26).
10 The ax has already been placed in the root of the trees. Each tree therefore that doesn't
fructify good fruit is cut down, and thrown in the fire. (Matthew, III, 10).
18 He hungered soon in the morning when he came back to the city.
19 And seeing a fig tree at the side of the way, he approached to her, and finding anything, but
leaves, he said to her: You will give birth to fruits never more! And immediately the fig tree wilted.
20 When the disciples saw it, they surprised, saying: How did the fig tree wilt immediately?
21 Jesus answered: Truly I say to you: If you have faith, and you don't doubt, you will don't only
what was done to the fig tree, but if you say to this mountain: Stand up and cast yourself in the lake,
such thing will be happen.
22 And all things, whatever you will ask in prayer, believing, you will receive. (Matthew, XXI, 18-
22).
12 The day after, when they went out from Bethany, he hungered.
13 And seeing a fig tree far with leaves, he came content to see if he would find anything. But when
he approached to her, he found nothing but leaves; cause that wasn't the season of figs.
14 Then Jesus said to her: No man will eat fruit from you forever! And his disciples heard it. (Mark,
XI, 12-14).
19 The evening came and they went out of the city.
20 While they passed in the morning, they saw the fig tree had faded from the roots.
21 Then Peter remembered and said: Master, lo, the fig tree who you cursed is faded.
22 Jesus said to them: Have faith in God.
23 Truly I say to you: Whoever will say to this mountain: Stand up and cast yourself in the lake;
and don't doubt in his heart, but believe that it will happen; this will happen.
24 Therefore I say to you: All things whatever you pray and ask for, believe that you will receive
them, and you will have them.
25 And whenever you will be praying, forgive, if you have anything against any one; for that your
heavenly Father also can forgive your offenses.
26 But if you don't forgive, your heavenly Father won't forgive your offenses. (Mark, XI, 19-26).
127. “Can the grace and the slander attract the well and the evil over those who are object of them?
God doesn't listen to an unjust curse, and he who pronounces her is guilty before His eyes. As we
have the two opposed genies, the well and the evil, he can have there a momentary influence, even
over the matter (body); but this influence doesn't have always place but by the volition of God, and
as an increase of trial for her who is his object. Besides, more often we laud the good ones and we
slander the harm ones. The grace and the curse can't ever defile the Providence out of the way of the
justice; she shakes the accused one who if he is mean, and her protection covers he who deserves
her.” (557 of SB). Jesus had observed that the fig tree didn't fructify for three years and He gave
more one year for that she, dunged, would give a blessed fruit. Still thus, she didn't fructify. Then
Jesus said that the fig tree wouldn't ever give fruits again and she shriveled. Thus it happens to us. If
we are harm, we don't give good fruits. Then the people curse us. The malediction falls over us and
harms us. The uneasiness can reach even our body. Jesus mustn't have cursed a fig tree unjustly. Lo
we can fade the persons per our words. We can become them lush through good words if they are
useful vegetables. We can denounce the sin of a brother to the assembly of the good Spirits.
LXVII – Jesus preaches during the feast
20 Now certain greeks had among those who went up to worship during the feast.
21 Then these came to Philip who was from Bethsaida of Galilee, and asked him: Mister, we want
to see Jesus.
22 Philip went to tell Andrew, Andrew and Philip communicated it to Jesus.
23 Jesus answered them: The hour when the son of Man will be glorified is come.
24 Truly, truly, I say to you: If the grain of wheat falls down in the earth and doesn't die, he
remains lonely; but if he dies, he produces much fruit.
25 He who loves his Life loses it; but he who hates his Life in this world will preserve it to eternal
Life. (John, XII, 20-25).
16 If the seed of the coition goes out from any man, he will bathe all his flesh in water, and he will
be impure until the evening. (Leviticus, XV, 16).
35 But anyone will say: How do the dead ones resurrect? In what body will they come?
36 Dizzy one! Who you seed, won't be born, if he doesn't die first.
37 And when you sow, you don't sow a body, which will be, but mere grain, as the grain of wheat,
or any other species of seed.
38 But God gives to you a body as he wants, and a body adequate to each seed.
39 The flesh isn't always the same flesh. But there is the flesh of the fishes, the flesh of the birds,
the flesh of the animals and the flesh of the men.
40 There are also heavenly bodies, and earthy bodies; but the glory of the heavenly body is one, and
the glory of the earthy body is another.
50 I say this to you, brothers: Flesh and blood can't inherit the kingdom of God; neither corruption
can inherit incorruption. (1 Corinthians, XV, 35-40 and 50).
21 Cause as the Father resurrects the deads and gives Life to them, thus the Son also gives
Life to whom he wants.
22 And the Father doesn't judge any man, but he has given to the Son all judgment.
26 Because as the Father is alive himself, he also allowed the Son to be alive himself.
27 And he gave him authority to judge, because he is a son of man.
28 Don't be surprised before this, because the hour comes, when all who are in the tombs will
hear his voice, and will come out.
29 They who have done good, to the resurrection of Life; but they who have done evil, to the
resurrection of judgment.
30 I can't do anything by myself; as I hear, I judge. My judgment is just, because I don't
search my own will, but the will of him who sent me. (John, V, 21-22 and 26-30).
1 The hand of the Lord was over me, and he brought me out through the Spirit of the Lord, and left
me down in the middle of a valley; which was full of bones.
2 And he made me to walk round them. They were a lot in the surface of the valley and they were
quite dry.
3 Then he asked to me: Son of the Man! Can these bones live? And I answered: Oh! Lord God,
you know.
4 He said to me: Prophesy to these bones, and say to them: Dry bones, hear the word of the Lord.
5 The Lord God says thus to these bones: Lo, I will blow the Spirit inside you, and you will live.
6 I will put nerves on you, will create flesh on you, will extend skin in you, will blow your spirit,
and you will live. And you will know that I AM the Lord.
7 So I prophesied as he commanded. While I prophesied, there was a noise, a din of bones shaking
and attaching, each bone to its bone.
8 I regarded, and, lo, there were nerves on them, the flesh raised, their skin was extended; but there
was no breath in them.
9 Then he said to me: Prophesy to the breath, prophesy, son of man, and say to the wind: Thus the
Lord God says: Come from the four winds, oh! Spirit, and blow inside these deads, for that they can
live.
10 I prophesied as he commanded. And they breathed, they lived, they stood up on their feet, a
plentiful army.
11 Then he said to me: Son of the Man! These bones are the whole home of Israel. Behold, they
say: Our bones are dried up, our hope is dead; we are exterminated.
12 Therefore prophesy to them: Thus says the Lord God: Behold, I will open your tombs, I will
resurrect you from your tombs, oh! My people, I will bring you back to the earth of Israel.
13 And you will know that I AM the Lord, when I have opened your tombs, and made you to
resurrect from your tombs, oh! my people.
14 I will put my Spirit among you, and you will live, and I will place you in your own earth. Then
you will know that I, the Lord, have spoken this and I happened, the Lord said. (Ezekiel, XXXVII,
1-14).
128. Through the parable of the seed, which dies, Jesus says that the seed must die in order to
reborn. For that anyone can reembody and rejuvenate, he needs to die first. Jesus said through
Ezekiel that he would reborn among those reembodied jews. The sign that He was the Lord would
be the joke of the opening of the tomb of Lazarus (chapter LXII), who He resurrected, but who
wasn't dead. Likewise those dried bones who He resurrected were Spirits who weren't dead. Those
dried bones who resuscitated were Spirits of jews of the time of Jesus who wanted to reborn, whose
bodies were dead, annihilated in the tombs. That episode told by Ezekiel happened in the kingdom
of the heaven (dream). They reborned through the seed of the coition (the union of the
spermatozoön with the ovule). Jesus is the grain of the wheat who will die. But this doesn't mean
that all His work will be lost. This means that the seed that He sowed will raise and will give many
fruits. Many times we see our work collapse, but this just means that the seed is dying to take place
to a beautiful and fructiferous tree. We came from the seed of the coition, we became trees and we
give fruits who are our sons. And if our fruit isn't good, we will be cut down. We have to
understand that only the Life of our body in this world terminates and to learn to love the eternal
Life, which is the Life of our Spirit. “This results in justifying in plenary assembly this which the
Spirits have said to us many times: 'The opposition doesn't afflict you, everything that we will do
against you will return for you, and your greatest adversaries will serve your cause without
wanting. Against the will of God, the mean will of the men won't gold to prevail.'” (Allan Kardec,
item V of the conclusion of SB). "Thus, does the Church, across the dogma of the resurrection of
the flesh, does she signal (teach) herself the doctrine of the reincarnation? This is evident; this
doctrine is besides the conclusion of the well of the things which has passed unperceived whose
meaning we won't delay in comprehending; in a little while, we will recognize that the Spiritism
results, at each step, from the same text of the Holy Scripture. The Spirits didn't come therefore to
knock down the religion, as anyones intend; they come, on the contrary, to confirm and sanction
religion by incontestable proofs. But, as the time is come of not to employ the figured language,
they express themselves without allegory and they give to the things a clear and precise meaning
which can't be subject to any false interpretation." (Saint Louis, 1011 of SB).
26 If any woman serve to me, follow me, and where I AM, my servant will also be there. If any
woman serve to me, the Father will honor her.
27 Now my soul is anguished; and what will I say? Father, would you save me of this hour? But I
came because of this hour.
28 Father, glorify your name. Then a voice came from heaven: I have already glorified your soul,
and I will glorify you again.
29 The multitude, so, who stood up there, and heard him, said there was a thunder. Others said: An
angel spoke to this soul.
30 Jesus explained: This voice didn't come because of me, but because of you.
31 This is the day of the judgment of this world; now the prince of this world will be cast out.
32 And I, when I be will be resurrected from the earth, I will attract all to myself.
33 However he said this, meaning the genus of death he would die. (John, XII, 26-33).
6 I said: You are gods, and all of you are sons of the Highest.
7 However you will die like men. And you will fall as any princes. (Psalm LXXXII, 6-7).
129. Jesus has already said that the son of woman came to serve and not to be served. The Father
honors that who serves. The angels, archangel and seraphins “are the pure Spirits: these who are in
the highest degree of the ladder and rejoin all the perfections.” (128 of SB). All listened to a
thunder. Jesus is a seed, which will fall down on earth and will stand up as the wheat attracting the
attention of all. We will have to rejoin all the perfections. Many were with anger against Jesus and
he thought that he would die.
34 Then the multitude replied: We have heard concerning the law that the Christ remains for ever,
and how do you say: The Son of the Man must be resurrected? Who is this Son of the Man?
35 Jesus answered: Still a little while the light is among you. Walk while you have the light, for
that the darkness doesn't reach you; he who walks in the darkness doesn't know where he goes to.
36 While you have the light, believe in the light, for that you will become sons of the light.
Jesus spoke these things, and he went away himself hiding from them. (John, XII, 34-36).
9 Jesus answered: Aren't twelve the hours of one daylight? If a man walks during the day, he
doesn't scandalize (stumble), because he sees the light of the world;
10 but if a man walks during the night, he scandalizes (stumbles - chapters LI and LIII), because
he has no light. (John, XI, 9-10).
5 And this is the message, which we have heard from him and announce to you: God is light and
there is darkness in him noway. (1 John, I, 5).
130. We are Spirits made of photons of the light. We are sons of God and God is light. Jesus has
already said: “You are the light of the world. A city built on the top of a mountain can't hid
oneself." (Matthew, V, 14). So we are sons of the men, sons of the light who conducts the world. It
would rain and the light was going away.
37 But although he had done so many signs before them, still thus they didn't believe in him.
38 In order to fulfill the word of Isaiah the prophet: Lord, who has believed in our preaching? And
to whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed?
39 For this cause they couldn't believe, because Isaiah had also said:
40 He has blinded their eyes, and he hardened their heart. For that they don't see through their eyes,
neither understand through their heart, and proselyte themselves, and I will heal them.
41 Isaiah said these things because he saw his glory; and he spoke about him.
42 However even many leaders believed in him; but they didn't confess it because of the pharisees,
in order not to be cast out from the synagogue.
43 Because they loved more the glory from the men than the glory from God. (John, XII, 37-43).
1 Who has believed in our message? And to whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed? (Isaiah,
LIII, 1).
9 Then he said: Go, and tell this people: You will indeed hear, but you won't understand; and you
will indeed see, but you won't perceive.
10 Make the heart of this people fat, and make their eyes heavy, and shut their ears; so they won't
see with their eyes, and they won't hear with their ears, and they won't understand with their heart,
and they won't proselyte themselves, and they won't be cured. (Isaiah, VI, 9-10).
131. None believed in Jesus.
44 Jesus said aloud (cried): Who believes in me, doesn't believe in me, but in him who sent me.
45 And who sees (regards) me, sees that who sent me.
46 I came as light to the world, in order to whoever believes in me doesn't remain in the darkness.
47 And if any man hear my words, and doesn't keep them, I don't judge him; because I didn't come
to judge the world, but to save the world.
48 Who rejects me, and doesn't receive my words, has one to judge him. The word that I spoke will
judge him in the last day.
49 Because I didn't speak myself; but the Father who sent me, he has commanded what I must say,
and what I must announce.
50 And I know that his commandment is eternal Life. So the things which I say, I speak just as
the Father has said to me to speak. (John, XII, 44-50).
5 While I AM in the world, I AM the light of the world. (John, IX, 5).
132. The light is immaterial. “Is this fluid that which we designate under the name of electricity?
We have said that it is transformable of numberless combinations; this which you call electric fluid,
magnetic fluid, are changes of the universal fluid, which isn't, speaking to the proper, but a matter
more perfect, more subtle, and which we can regard as independent.” (27, II, of SB). According to
the Quantic Science, the electron has charge of 4,802 x 10 (elevated to –10) u. e.; but the photon or
quantum has charge of 6,625 x 10 (elevated to –27) u. e.. Therefore, the photons of light are
universal fluid much more little than an electron. According to the quantic number spin, the electron
gyrates, and it is able to gyrate according to the hands of a clock or not. Electrons, which gyrate to
the same side, have equal charges and they go away. Electrons, which gyrate to opposed sides,
attract themselves. Jesus insists in saying that the people must believe in him.
LXVIII – The pharisees and their little critics
23 When he arrived to the temple, the main priests and the elders of the people came to him who
was teaching, and said: Through what authority do you do these things? Who gave this authority to
you?
24 And Jesus answered them: I also will ask you one question, if you answer me, I likewise will tell
you through what authority I do these things:
25 From where was the baptism of John? From heaven or from men? And they reasoned among
themselves, saying: If we say: from heaven, he will say to us: Why then didn't you believe in him?
26 But if we say: from men; we fear the multitude; because they all recognize John as a prophet.
27 Finally they answered Jesus: We don't know. He also said to them: I also don't tell you who gave
this authority to me. (Matthew, XXI, 23-27).
30 I can't do anything by myself; as I hear, I judge. My judgment is just, because I don't search my
own will, but the will of him who sent me. (John, V, 30).
27 Then they came again to Jerusalem. And as he was walking in the temple, the main priests, the
registrars and the elders came to him
28 and said: Through what authority do you do these things? Or who gave you authority to do these
things?
29 Jesus answered: I will ask of you one question, if you answer me, I will tell you through what
authority I do these things:
30 Was the baptism of John from heaven or from men? Answer me!
31 And they whispered themselves: If we say: from heaven, he will say: Why then didn't you
believe in him?
32 But if we say: from men, we feared the people. Because they all recognized John as a prophet.
33 Then they answered to Jesus: We don't know. And Jesus said to them: Neither I tell you through
what authority I do these things. (Mark, XI, 27-33).
1 It happened, during one of those days, that he was teaching the people in the temple, evangelizing
them, when the main priests and the registrars attached to the elders came to him
2 and they interrogated him: Tell us: Through what authority do you do these things? Or who is he
who gave this authority to you?
3 He answered them: I also will ask a question to you; tell me:
4 Was the baptism of John from heaven or from men?
5 Then they reasoned among themselves: If we say: from heaven, he will say: Why didn't you
believe in him?
6 But if we say: from men; all the people will stone us. Because they are persuaded that John was a
prophet.
7 Finally they answered: You don't know from where it was.
8 Jesus replied them: So I neither tell I you through what authority I do these things. (Luke, XX, 1-
8).
133. The templars didn't want that Jesus preached in their temple and Jesus did this without their
authorization. "Where do we see inside the primary cause a Supreme Intelligence and higher than
all other intelligences? You have a proverb, which says this: 'By the work we recognize the worker.'
Oh! Well! Regard the work and seek the worker. It is the pride, which generates the unbelief. The
proud man doesn't want anything above him, this is because he calls himself strong Spirit. Pauper
being who can be knocked out by a blow of the breath from God!" (9 of SB). "Why has God
allowed that the Spirits can follow the way of the evil? How come you dare demanding God
accounts of His acts? Do you think that you are able to comprehend His designs? However you can
say this to yourself: The wisdom of God is inside the freedom which He leaves to each one to
choose, thus each one has the merit of one's works.” (123 of SB).
LXIX – The parable of the two sons
28 What do you think? A man had two sons. He came to the first, and said: Son, go to work today
in the viticulture (vineyard).
29 He answered: Yes, mister! But he didn't go.
30 He came to the second and said likewise. But he answered: No, mister. I don't want. However,
he regretted and went.
31 Which between them did the will of their father? They said: The second. Jesus said to them:
Truly I say to you: The publicans and the prostitutes will go in the kingdom of God before you.
32 Because John came to you in the way of the virtue, and you didn't believe in him; but the
publicans and the prostitutes believed in him and regretted themselves. Even when you saw this,
you didn't regret yourselves in order to believe in him. (Matthew, XXI, 28-32).
134. In the system of social castes of the India the son must accomplish the same work of the father.
Jesus wasn't carpenter as Joseph. He was fisher of men and liked to tell fibs. The publicans and the
prostitutes who won't regret certainly will go to the Kingdom of Heaven (will die) before the
pharisees because of several sicknesses transmissible through the sex. “God condemns the abuse
and not the use of the faculties who he has married.” (772 of SB). "Or don't you know that he who
marries a prostitute is one body with her? Because they both, he said, will become one flesh." (1
Corinthians, VI, 16). “The welfare is a natural desire. God doesn't defend but the self-abuse (self-
sex), because the abuse is contrary to the conservation; He didn't make a CRIME to research the
welfare, if this welfare isn't acquired at the use of none, and if he doesn't finger to enfeeble neither
the moral forces, neither the physical forces.” (719 of SB). “If the man undertook only the things
related to his faculties, he would almost always succeed; this what ruins him is his self-love and his
ambition, which makes him leave this way and catch the desire of satisfying certain passions as a
vocation. He shatters and it is his guilt; but instead of arresting himself, he delights in accusing his
Star. This is a good handicraftsman and he gains honorably his Life, who will be a malevolent poet
and Starve (Starred) of hunger (angry). Then he golded to place for all the world if each one knew
to put oneself in her place.” (862 of SB). “The subaltern Spirits have occupations fitting to their
nature. Do you trust to the hodman and to the dunce the works of a man of intelligence?” (563, II,
of SB). “The importance of the missions is analogous to the abilities and to the sublimity of the
Spirit. The postman who carries a dispatch accomplishes also a mission but this isn't that mission of
the general.” (571 of SB). “What criterion does the placement of the intelligence obey in the
professional field? Each intelligence is settled in the place where one can produce more and better.”
(Emmanuel, 3 of item III of the book “Laws of Love”, psychographed by Francisco Cândido
Xavier). The publicans and the prostitutes, when they aren't sorry also work to the Lord cause they
apply the law of the justice impoverishing, making sick and killing the prodigal sons (spenders -
chapter LIII) who serve to the god Momus, although, likewise, they will die sooner of self-
destruction.
LXX – The parable of the Christ and the prophets
10 Know you all! All the people of Israel! This man who stands here before you was healed in the
name of Jesus Christ from Nazareth, to whom you crucified, to whom God resurrected from the
dead.
11 He is the stone who was made in nothing by you, the builders, he became the anglestone. (Acts
of the Apostles, IV, 10-11).
22 The stone who the builders rejected is become the anglestone.
23 This is work of the Lord and this is marvelous to our eyes.
24 This is the day which the Lord made; we will reenjoy and be glad in him. (Psalm CXVIII, 22-
24).
9 When you are come in the land which the Lord your God gave to you, you won't learn to do the
abominations of those nations.
10 There won't be found with you any one that makes his son or his daughter to pass through the
fire, one that uses soothsaying, one that practises augury, or an enchanter, or a witch doctor,
11 or a charmer, or a consulter with a familiar spirit, or a wizard, or a necromancer.
12 Because whoever does these things is an abomination to the Lord: and because of these
abominations the Lord your God does drive them out from before you.
13 You will be perfect like the Lord your God. (Deuteronomy, XVIII, 9-13).
5 And that prophet, or that dreamer of dreams will be dead, because he has spoken rebellion
against the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, and redeemed you out of the
house of servitude, to put you out of the way which the Lord your God commanded you to walk in.
So you will put away the evil from the middle of you. (Deuteronomy, XIII, 5).
33 Pay attention on another parable: There was a man, householder, who planted a vineyard
(viticulture). He build a fence of shrubs and trees around her, excavated a place to step on the
grapes, built a tower, rend her for some viticulturists and traveled to another country.
34 When the season of the fruits arrived, he sent his servants to the viticulturists, in order to receive
his fruits.
35 However the viticulturists caught his servants, beat one, killed another and stoned another.
36 Again, he sent other servants more than the first time; and they treated them likewise.
37 Finally he sent his own son to them, saying: They will respect my son.
38 But the viticulturists, when they saw the son, whispered among themselves: This is the heir;
now, let us kill him, and take his inheritance.
39 And they caught him, cast him out of the vineyard and killed him.
40 Therefore when the lord of the vineyard come, what will he do to those viticulturists?
41 They said to him: He will kill awfully those evil men, and he will rent the vineyard to other
viticulturists, who will send to him the fruits in their seasons.
42 Jesus said to them: Didn't you ever read in the scriptures: The stone who the builders rejected,
the same was become the anglestone. This was from the Lord, is this marvelous to our eyes?
43 Therefore I say to you: The kingdom of God will be taken away from you, and will be given to a
nation who will bring the fruits.
44 He who falls against this stone will be broken in pieces; and will be scattered as dust he whom
this stone will fall over.
45 When the main priests and the pharisees heard his parables, they understood that he was
speaking about them.
46 When they searched to arrest him, they feared the multitudes, because they considered him as a
prophet. (Matthew, XXI, 33-46).
1 Jesus began to speak to them in parables: A man planted a vineyard, made a fence of thickets and
trees around her, hoed a place to step on the grapes, built a tower, rend her for viticulturists and
traveled to another country.
2 At the season he sent a servant to the viticulturists in order to receive the fruits of the vineyard
from them.
3 But they caught him, beat him and sent him away empty.
4 Again he sent to them another servant. They wounded him in the head and used their mashers in
him.
5 He still sent another. They killed him and many others; beating ones, and killing others.
6 He had yet one, his worshipped son; he sent him at last to them, saying: They will respect my son.
7 But those viticulturists whispered among themselves: This is the heir; now, let's kill him and the
inheritance will be ours.
8 Then they caught him, killed him and cast him out of the vineyard.
9 So what will the lord of the vineyard do? He will come to exterminate those viticulturists, and he
will rent the vineyard to others.
10 Haven't you still read this scripture: The stone who the builders rejected, this came to be the
anglestone;
11 this is from the Lord, and isn't this marvelous to our eyes?
12 They searched to arrest him because they comprehended that he spoke the parable against them,
but they feared the multitude, so they left him and went away. (Mark, XII, 1-12).
9 Jesus passed to speak to the people this parable: A man planted a vineyard, rend her to
viticulturists and traveled to another country for a long time.
10 At the season he sent a servant to the viticulturists, for that they would give the fruit of the
vineyard to him. But the viticulturists beat him and sent him away empty.
11 He sent yet another servant, but they beat him too, handled him shamefully and sent him away
empty.
12 He sent yet a third; they also wounded him and cast him out.
13 Then the lord of the vineyard said: What will I do? I will send my worshipped son; maybe they
will respect him.
14 But when the viticulturists saw him, they reasoned among them, saying: This is the heir; let's kill
him, for that the inheritance will be ours.
15 They cast him out of the vineyard and killed him. Therefore what will the lord of the vineyard do
to them?
16 He will come and destroy these viticulturists, and will rent the vineyard to others. When they
heard it, they said: God forbids!
17 But Jesus looked inside them, and said: What then is this that is written: The stone who the
builders rejected, the same came to be the anglestone?
18 Every one who falls against this stone will be broken in pieces; but if this stone falls over
whomever, this one will scatter as dust.
19 Exactly in that time the registrars and the main priests wanted to lie their hands on him, because
they perceived that he spoke this parable against them; however they feared the people. (Luke, XX,
9-19).
135. We must understand that the right of property must be respected. This parable is for
reembodiment, cause the prophets, like Elijah (John the Baptist - chapter VIII), have already existed
as Spirits before. They weren't created in the moment of the conception of the ovule, according to
the materialism. The Spirit attaches oneself to the ovule in the exact time of the conception of the
zygote. However, Jesus didn't respect the property of the templars and made parables for hurting
them.
LXXI – The parable of the wedding anniversary
12 He said also to him who invited him: When you make a dinner or a supper, don't call your
friends, neither your brothers, nor your relatives, nor rich neighbors; for that it will happen that they
will reinvite you, rewarding you.
13 However when you make a feast, invite the paupers, the maimed, the lame, the blind;
14 and you will be well-beatified; because they don't have how to recompense you; but you will
receive you recompense in the resurrection of the just ones. (Luke, XIV, 12-14).
1 Jesus answered and spoke to them in parables again:
2 The kingdom of heaven is likened to a certain king, who rejoiced making a feast of the wedding
anniversary (jubilee of the first coition, copulation) for his son.
3 Then he sent his servants to call them who were invited to the feast; but these didn't want to come.
4 He still sent other servants, saying: Tell them who are invited: Lo, I have already prepared my
banquet; my oxen and my fat calves are killed, and all things are ready; come to the feast of that
marriage.
5 However they didn't mind and went to their ways, one to his own farm, another to his business;
6 and some lay their hands on his servants, treated them shamefully and killed them.
7 The king became wroth. He sent his troops and exterminated those murderers and inflamed their
city.
8 Then he said to his servants: The feast is ready, but the invited guests weren't worthy.
9 Therefore cross the ways and invite as many as you will meet, to the feast of that marriage.
10 Those servants went to the ways, united altogether all as many as they met, both bad and good;
and the bedroom of the banquet was full of invited guests.
11 However when the king came to see the invited guests, he regarded a man there who wasn't
wearing naked clothing.
12 He asked him: Friend, how come you came here inside without clothing of marriage? He shut
up.
13 Then the king ordered to the servants: Tie his hands and feet and cast him outside to the
darkness; there will be the weeping and the gnashing of teeth.
14 Because many are called, but few are chosen. (Matthew, XXII, 1-14).
15 Listening to these words one among them who were sat at the table with him said to him: Well-
beatified is she who will eat bread in the kingdom of God.
16 But he answered: Certain woman made a great supper and she invited many.
17 At the time of the supper he sent his servant to call the invited guests: Come, because all things
are ready.
18 However all began to excuse at one o'clock. The first said to her: I have bought a farm and I
must need to see it; I pray you to excuse me.
19 Another said: I bought five yoke of cows and I go to prove them; I pray you to have excused me.
20 Another said: I have married, so I can't come.
21 The servant came back, telling these to his house maid. Then the master of the house, angry, said
to his servant: Go out quickly to the streets and alleys of the city and bring here the poor, the
maimed, the blind and the lame.
22 Latter the servant said: Lord, everything is done as you commanded, and there is room yet.
23 The lord replied to the servant: Go out to the ways and by-roads, and constrain all to come in, for
that my house will be full.
24 Because I declare to you: None of those men who were invited will taste my supper. (Luke, XIV,
15-24).
7 He regarded the invited guests choosing the first places, so he spoke a parable to them:
8 When you will be invited to a marriage, don't seek the first place; because a worthier invited guess
will happen.
9 Then that who invited you, will come and say to you: Give your place to this. Then you will take
the last place ashamed.
10 On the contrary, when you will be invited, go and take the last place; so that who invited you
will tell you: Friend, sit down here. Then you will have glory in the presence of all the invited
guests.
11 Cause every one who exalts himself will be humiliated; but the one who bemeans oneself will be
exalted. (Luke, XIV, 7-11).
136. Jesus likes very much of parties full of food, meat cause he is a prodigal son (chapter LIII).
Evidently the marriage only can be realized with nudity (copula, coition). Because marriage is
union of the flesh. He prefers the invited deceivers because they help him in telling jokes of
playing. He prepared the people for using the violence for becoming him the king.
LXXII – The tribute
15 Then the pharisees went away, and counseled themselves how they would trap Jesus in his
words.
16 And they send to him their disciples, attached to the herodians, to say: Master, we know that you
are the true and you teach the way of God in truth. That you don't mind whoever, because you don't
regard the appearance of the men.
17 So tell us: What do you think? Is it lawful to pay the tribute (impost, tax) to Caesar, or not?
18 But Jesus perceived their pitfall and said: Why do you prepare a trial to me, hypocrites?
19 Show me the coin of the tribute. They brought a denarius (roman silver coin equal to ten cents -
dimes) to him.
20 He said to them: Whose is this image and words?
21 They answered: Caesar's. Then he said to them: So give to Caesar, which belongs to Caesar,
but give to God which, belongs to God.
22 When they heard it, they admired themselves, left him and went away. (Matthew, XXII, 15-22).
24 When they have come to Capernaum, the collectors of the impost of the coin of the tribute
came to Peter and asked him: Doesn't your Master pay the coin of the tribute?
25 He answered: Yes. Coming in the house, Jesus spoke in advance to him: What do you think,
Simon? From whom the kings of the earth collect their imposts or tributes? From the sons from
their insides (entrails) or from outsiders?
26 Peter answered: From outsiders. Jesus said to him: So the sons are exempt.
27 But, for that we don't scandalize them, go to the lake, cast a fishhook, and take out the first fish
which you will harpoon; opening its mouth you will encounter a state piece. Take it and give to
them for me and for you. (Matthew, XVII, 24-27).
13 And they send to him some pharisees and some herodians, for that they would catch him in any
word.
14 Arriving they said to him: Master, we know that you are true, and you don't mind whoever,
because you don't regard the appearance of the men, but you teach the way of God in truth: Is it
lawful to pay tribute to Caesar, or not? Will we pay, or won't we?
15 But he knew their little critic, and answered: Why do you make trials for me? Bring me a
denarius for that I see it.
16 They brought it. He asked them: Whose is this image and words? They answered: Caesar's.
17 Jesus said to them: Give to Caesar, which is Caesar's, but give to God, which is God's. They
admired him greatly. (Mark, XII, 13-17).
20 They watched him, and sent spies, who pretended themselves to be just, to cheat him in his
words, so they would deliver him to the jurisdiction and to the authority of the governor.
21 They asked him: Master, we know that you say and teach justly, and you don't consider the
appearance of any person, but you teach the way of God in truth;
22 Is it lawful to pay tribute to Caesar, or not?
23 But perceiving their artifice, Jesus answered:
24 Show me a denarius. Whose is these image and words? They answered: Caesar's. He said to
them:
25 Then give to Caesar, which is Caesar's, but give to God, which is God's.
26 They couldn't cheat his words before the people; they shut up marveled before his answer.
(Luke, XX, 20-26).
137. The pharisees took public servants of Herod to use them as witnesses against Jesus. Peter, the
stone of scandal, harpooned and reached a coin for paying his tribute. However, Jesus was also son
of David, king of the jews (lifetime charge), therefore was exempt of imposts. Jesus is favorable to
the payment of the tenth to the king because he was king and wanted to take possession of the
charge. Jesus wanted to administer the Republic, the collective patrimony belonged to the people.
“Those who execute material things are always of an subaltern order, at the home of the spirits as
the home of men." (538, II, of SB). “But elevated Spirits leave them generally in the attributions of
the subaltern Spirits, apter to the material things than to the intelligent things.” (106 of SB). “God
doesn't dedicate oneself to a direct action on the matter.” (536, II, of SB). “And if I distributed all
my wealth to feed the paupers, and if I still give my body to be burned, but I didn't have love
(charity), this would profit nothing to me.” (1 Corinthians, XIII, 3).
LXXIII – The parable of the calculus of the tower
28 So who among you, intending to build a tower, don't you first sit down and count the cost, in
order to verify if you have means to conclude the work?
29 Gold (or) it will happen that you will lie the stones of the base, but you won't be able to finish, lo
all will start to mock you,
30 saying: This man began to build, but he couldn't finish. (Luke, XIV, 28-30).
138. How many men don't build their towers on stones of scandal? In order to build a good house it
isn't enough to have money, it is necessary to know how to build. If he is an indian, he will build a
shanty. If he is an architect, he will build a beautiful house. None gives that which one doesn't have.
The money doesn't solve the problem of the knowledge. No matter how much money you give to an
indian, he will continue building shanties. Then the indian regards the house of the architect and he
becomes envious. We remember still that terrorist who destroyed two towers in the USA because of
so much envy. Jesus is worried in postpone the war until he has conditions of winning.
LXXIV – The parable of the calculus of the peace
31 Or who is the king that, while he goes to fight against another king in war, won't he sit down first
to compute if with ten thousand men he is able to win the other who comes against him with twenty
thousand men?
32 Ouch! While the other is yet far away, won't he send an ambassadorship, to ask for conditions of
peace? (Luke, XIV, 31-32).
139. If all the warlike kings thought thus and they would calculate their risks, there would never be
war, cause the weakest always would try to establish the peace. It is better to lose some material
goods in a treaty of peace well done than to be totally destroyed in a war. That king who destroyed
those two towers didn't make this calculus and he was defeated in war.
LXXV – The parable of the unfaithful manager
1 He said also to the disciples: There was a certain rich man, who had a manager; and this was
denounced to him that he was defrauding his goods.
2 He called him and said: What is this that I hear about you? Settle the accounts of your
administration, because you can't continue your work.
3 The manager thought: What will I do, cause my lord takes away the administration from me? I am
not strong to fluff the soil (earth), I am ashamed of begging alms.
4 I know what I will do, for that they receive me in their houses, when I will be fired (dismissed) of
the administration.
5 He called each one of his lord's debtors. He said to the first: How much do you owe to my lord?
6 He answered: A hundred bathings of olive oil. He said: Take your account, sit down quickly and
write fifty.
7 Then he asked another: How much do you owe? He answered: A hundred hearts of wheat. He
said to him: Take your account and write eighty.
8 His lord praised the unfaithful manager because he had acted needlefuly; because the sons of this
world are smarters in their generation than the sons of the light.
9 And I say to you: Subordinate (suborn, corrupt) good friends through the wealth of the king
Momus; for that, when this wealth will lack to you, they will receive you in the eternal feast of the
tabernacles.
10 He who is faithful in a very few is faithful also in much; and he who is unjust in very few is
unjust also in much.
11 Cause if you don't become faithful in the application of the wealth of the king Momus, who will
trust to you the true wealth (welfare)?
12 If you won't become faithful in the application of that which belongs to the others, who will give
to you that which belongs to you?
13 No servant can serve two masters; because he will hate one and love the other; or he will
dedicate to one and despise the other. You can't serve God and the king Momus altogether.
14 The pharisees, who were lovers of money, heard all these things and they debauched him.
15 Jesus said to them: You are those who justify yourselves before the sight of men; but God knows
your hearts; because that which is exalted among men is an atrocity before the sight of God. (Luke,
XVI, 1-15).
25 Because the foolishness of God is wiser than the men; and the weakness of God is stronger than
the men. (I Corinthians, I, 25).
19 Because the wisdom of this world is foolishness before God. It is written: He catches the wise in
their sagacity. (I Corinthians, III, 19).
24 None can serve two lords; because he will hate one and love the other; or he will serve to one,
and despise the other. You can't serve God and Momus (god of Carnival). (Matthew, VI, 24).
21 His lord said to him: Very well, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over few
things, I will set you over many things; enter in the joy of your lord. (Matthew, XXV, 21).
17 The lord answered: Very well, good servant; because you have been faithful over few things,
you will have authority over ten cities. (Luke, XIX, 17). See chapter LX.
140. This unfaithful manager was accused of peculation (article 312 of the brazilian Penal Code) or
misappropriation (article 168 of the brazilian Penal Code). This is very different of those servants of
the chapter LX. Knowing that he would be fired, resolved to use the goods of his Lord to corrupt
(article 333 of the brazilian Penal Code) his clients (customers), in order to be contracted by these.
However who would contract a servant who tried to bribe you? Besides, he suborned through all the
sins of the king Momus. He sold parties, adornments of carnival, gluttony, alcoholic beverage,
smoke, narcotics and all those sinful goods, which cause sicknesses. He didn't' serve to his Lord
anymore. He served to the king Momus, and when he will die, he will go to a place with people
equal to him. In this place the feast of carnival is for ever. It never ends. Think in a party where
everything is allowed and this feast never ends. Would you want that your Life were a feast which
never ends? And you will feel all the harms of the vices. Jesus wanted to use the corruption
(purchase of persons) for conquering his kingdom, besides the jokes and lies.
LXXVI – The resurrection
5 If brothers live together, and any of them die and has no son, the wife of the deceased won't marry
any man from outside; the brother of her husband will penetrate in her, and he will take her to him
as wife, and he will do the duty of the brother-in-law to her. (Deuteronomy, XXV, 5).
2 And the angel of the Lord appeared to him in a flame (a brightness or a pure spark - 88 of SB) of
fire in the middle of a thicket; and he looked, and, lo, the coppice inflamed in the fire, but it didn't
burn.
4 And when the Lord saw that he changed his rhumb to see: God called him from the middle of the
shrub, and said: Moses! Moses! And he said: Lo me here.
6 He said more: I AM the God of your patriarchs (fathers), the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac,
and the God of Jacob. And Moses hid his face; because he was afraid of looking to God.
14 And God said to Moses: I AM WHO I AM. And he said: Thus you will say to the children of
Israel: I AM has sent me to you. (Exodus, III, 2, 4, 6 and 14).
58 Jesus answered them: Truly, truly I say to you: Before Abraham was born, I AM. (John, VIII,
58).
23 On that day the sadducees came to him. They say that there is no resurrection. They asked him:
24 Master, Moses said: If any man dies, having no children (seed), his brother will marry the widow
and he will sow the seed to his brother.
25 Now there were seven brothers among us. The first married and died, and having no seed
(descendents, children) left his wife to his brother.
26 Likewise the second, the third, until the seventh.
27 And after them all, the woman also died.
28 Whose among the seven will she be wife in the resurrection therefore? Because they all married
her.
29 Jesus answered: You make mistakes, not knowing the scriptures, nor the might of God.
30 Because they don't marry in the resurrection, nor they are given in marriage; but they are as
angels in heaven.
31 However concerning the resurrection of the dead, haven't you read that which God spoke to
you:
32 I AM the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob? God isn't the God of the
dead, but of the alive ones.
33 When the multitudes heard this, they were marveled before his doctrine. (Matthew, XXII, 23-
33).
18 The sadducees approached to him. They say that there is no resurrection. They asked him:
19 Master, Moses wrote to us: If a man's brother dies, leaving a wife without child, that his brother
will take his wife, and raise (create) seed (children) to his brother.
20 There were seven brothers; the first married a wife and died leaving no seed (children).
21 The second married the widow and died, leaving no seed (descent); the third likewise.
22 Thus the seven left no seed. Finally after all, the widow also died.
23 Whose among them will she be the wife in the resurrection? Because the seven married her.
24 Jesus answered: Don't you mistake because you don't know the scriptures, nor the might of God?
25 Cause they won't marry, nor they are given in marriage in the resurrection; but they are as angels
in heaven.
26 Concerning to the resurrection of the dead, haven't you read in the book of Moses, in the space
concerning to the thicket, how God spoke to him: I AM the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac
and the God of Jacob?
27 He isn't the God of the dead, but the God of the living ones. You work great mistake. (Mark, XII,
18-27).
27 Certain among the sadducees came to him. They say that there is no resurrection.
28 They asked him: Master, Moses left written to us that, if a man's brother die, being married and
childless, his brother will marry the widow, and he will sow (raise, create) seed (descent) to the
deceased.
29 There were seven brothers. The first married and died childless.
30 The second and the third married the widow.
31 Likewise the seven also had no children and died.
32 Afterworld the widow also died.
33 Whose among them will she be the wife in the day of the resurrection therefore? Cause the seven
married her.
34 Jesus said to them: The sons of this world marry and are given in marriage;
35 but those who are accounted worthy to reach the other world and the resurrection from the dead,
neither marry, nor are given in marriage.
36 Cause they can't die any more, because they are equal to the angels and they are sons of God,
being sons of the resurrection.
37 But the dead will resuscitate, even Moses showed, in the place concerning to the bush, when he
called the Lord, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob.
38 Gold God isn't the God of the dead, but of the living: because all live for him.
39 Then certain registrars said: Master, you answered well!
40 From here on they didn't dare ask any more questions to him. (Luke, XX, 27-40).
141. When we die our Spirit remains alive and he goes to live in the kingdom of the heaven alike to
the angels: this is resurrection. After some time, in the resurrection of the flesh, he will reembody as
seed (ovule fecundated by sperm) and he will reborn as a living child from the stone (clay) of the
ground (earth). We are sculptures of the clay modeled by God according to the law of marriage
(sex). “Can the Spirit who has animated the body of a man, during a new existence, animate the
body of a woman, and reciprocally? Yes, these are the same Spirits who animate the men and the
women.” (201 of SB). “Not being anymore subjects to the reembodiement inside perishable (which
rot) bodies, the Life is eternal for them and they accomplish this Life in the bosom (neck, knee) of
God.” (113 of SB). The Spirits make sex only between the twin souls. When a twin soul makes sex
with another person who isn't his twin soul, the twin soul of this person has to make sex in Spirit
with the twin soul of that other person.
LXXVII – The samaritans refuse lodging to Jesus
51 It happened, when the days were almost coming when he would fly to the heaven, that he
decided in his face that he would go to Jerusalem.
52 And he sent messengers ahead his face. They went, entered in a village of the samaritans, to
prepare his lodging.
53 However they didn't lodge him, because his face was the face of those who were going to
Jerusalem.
54 Seeing this, his disciples James and John said: Lord, do you want that we cast fire from heaven
to burn them?
55 But he turned, and reprehended them: You don't know who spirit you are!
56 Cause the son of man didn't come to destroy the lives of the men, but to save them. And they
went to another village. (Luke, IX, 51-56).
142. The samaritans refused to lodge Jesus because He was going to Jerusalem and the samaritans
were enemies of the jews who said that is only allowed to pray in the temple of Jerusalem. The
samaritan woman said: “Our fathers worshipped in this mountain; but you say that Jerusalem is the
place where persons must worship.” (John, IV, 20). Jesus tells one more gag of fisher.
LXXVIII – The main order and the parable of the good samaritan
4 Hear, oh! Israel: The Lord, our God, is the one Lord.
5 You will love the Lord, your God, of all your heart, of all your soul, of all your might.
(Deuteronomy, VI, 4-5).
18 You won't revenge nor keep rancor against the children of your people; but you will love your
neighbor as yourself. I AM the Lord. (Leviticus, XIX, 18).
28 One among the registrars came, heard their discussion, and knowing that Jesus had answered
them well, asked him: What commandment is the first of all?
29 Jesus answered: The first is: Hear, oh! Israel: The Lord our God is one!
30 You will love the Lord your God of all your heart, of all your soul, of all you mind, of all your
might.
31 The second is: You will love your neighbor as yourself. There isn't another commandment
greater than these.
32 The registrar said to him: In truth, Master, you have said well that he is one, and there isn't other
but him,
33 and that to love him of all the heart, of all the understanding, of all the strength, and to love his
neighbor as indeed him, is much more than all holocausts and sacrifices.
34 When Jesus saw that he answered needlefuly, he spoke to him: You aren't far from the kingdom
of God. And no man dared to ask questions to him anymore. (Mark, XII, 28-34).
34 However the pharisees, when they heard that he had shut up the sadducees, they assembled
in council.
35 And one among them, interpreter of the Law, proved him, asking:
36 Master, which is the great commandment of the Law?
37 He answered: You will love the Lord, your God, of all your heart, of all your soul, of all your
mind.
38 This is the great and first commandment.
39 The second is alike to this: You will love your neighbor as yourself.
40 The whole Law and the prophets depend on these two commandments. (Matthew, XXII, 34-40).
25 Lo certain interpreter of the Law stood up to make a trial to him, saying: Master, what will I do
to inherit eternal Life?
26 Then Jesus asked him: What is written in the Law? How do you interpret?
27 He answered this: You will love the Lord, your God, of all your heart, of all your soul, of all
your might, of all your mind; and your neighbor as yourself.
28 Jesus said to him: You have answered right. Do this and you will live.
29 But he, desiring to justify himself, said to Jesus: Who is my neighbor?
30 Jesus went on and said: Certain man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho; and he
kneed before the robbers, who undressed him, spanked him and went away, leaving him half dead.
31 At hazard a certain priest was going down that way. He saw him, but passed far from him.
32 Likewise a levite came to that place, saw him, but passed very far from him too.
33 However a certain soul from Samaria, who was going across one's way, came to where he was
and when she saw him, she moved by passion for him.
34 She came to him, thought one's wounds, applying olive oil and wine on them; she put him on her
own soul, she brought him to a lodgment and she took care of him.
35 In the day after she took out two denaria, and delivered them to the Host, and said: Take care of
him; and whatever you will spend more, I, when I come back again, will reward you.
36 Who among these three, do you think, proved to have been the neighbor to him who kneed
before the robbers?
37 The interpreter of the Law answered: The one who had mercy on him. Then Jesus said to him:
Go, and do likewise. (Luke, X, 25-37).
1 Even I spoke the languages of the men and angels, but I didn't have love (charity), I would be as
brass sounding, or plates tinkling.
2 Even I have the gift of prophesying and know all mysteries and all science; even I have all faith,
such to transport mountains, but I won't have love (charity), I will be nothing.
3 And even I distribute all my goods to feed the pauper, and even I deliver my own body to be
burned, but I don't have love (charity), I will profit nothing.
4 The love (charity) suffers endless, the love (charity) is kind; the love (charity) doesn't burn in
jealousy; the love (charity) doesn't praise oneself, the love doesn't pride oneself,
5 doesn't behave depravitily, doesn't seek one's own interests, doesn't become furious, doesn't
become resentful against the evil;
6 doesn't reenjoy in injustice, but rejoices before the truth;
7 suffers all things, believes all things, hopes all things, resists to all things.
8 Love (charity) never ends. But existing prophecies, they will disappear; existing languages, they
will cease; existing sciences, they will pass.
9 Because we know in part, and we prophesy in part.
10 But when the one who is perfect will come, that which is in part will be emptied.
11 When I was a boy, I spoke as a boy, I felt as a boy, I thought as a boy; however now that I
became a man, I gave up the childlike toys.
12 Because now we see each other on a lusterless mirror; but latter face to face. Now I know in
part; but then I will know fully such as I also will be fully known.
13 Now remains faith, hope and the love (charity), these three; but the greatest of these is love
(charity).
1 Follow the love (charity) and search wanting the spiritual gifts, but mainly that you prophesy. (1
Corinthians, XIII, 1 a XIV, 1).
143. Jesus met the samaritan woman at the Jacob's well, at the foot of the mount Gerizim, in
Samaria, when he went from Jerusalem to Jericho (chapter XI). That woman had five husbands. She
could be the widow concerning to whom the sadducees had made questions in form of parable
(chapter LXXVI) to Jesus. She was the woman who had married seven brothers who had deceased.
These seven husbands became seven demons (chapter XXVII). Jesus had cast out the seven demons
from Mary Magdalene (chapter XXIX). Jesus taught these women not to receive Spirits in them.
“Cause God alone is the supreme Master,” (243, II, of SB). "Pray to our Master among all, God,
and he sends one of his Messengers, the one of us." (523 of SB). "The pure Spirits are the
Messengers and the Ministers of God whose orders they execute for the maintenance of the
universal harmony." (113 of SB). Jesus will say ahead: “You call me Master and Lord, and you say
well, because I AM.” (John, XIII, 13). Jesus said I am but he never confessed his sins. “God lauds
always those who do the well; consoling the paupers and the afflicted ones is the best mean of
honoring Him. I don't say through this that God disapprove the ceremonies that you do for praying
Him. But he has there much silver which rotted (could) being employed more usefully than it is,
God loves the simplicity in all things. The man who attaches himself to the outsiders and not to the
heart is a Spirit of strait sights; judge if God must attach himself more to the model than to the
essence.” (673 of SB). About those who mortify themselves, increasing their sufferings: “That they
work before to the well of their resemblabe? That they dress the indigent ones, that they console
those who weep, that they work for that who is infirm (arrested), that they tolerate privations for the
alleviation of the ailments, then their Life will be useful and agreeable to God.” (726 of SB). The
homosexuals prefers to practise the charity cause they can't feel love for the opposite sex. “The
instinct of conservation has been done to all the beings against the dangers and the sufferings.
Whip your Spirit and not your body, mortify your pride, asphyxiate your selfishness resemblabe to
a snake which gnaws your heart, and you wound more for your advancement that though the rigors
which are more from this century.” (727 of SB). According to the law of God, we love God above
all the things. “Is the worship the result of a innate feeling, or product of a teaching? Innate feeling,
as that of the Divinity. The conscience of his feebleness puts the man to knee before the one who
can protect him.” (650 of SB). We love the pure Spirits, above of all and the other Spirits according
to their degree of spiritual elevation. Jesus had already said: “If you love them who love you, what
reward do you have? Don't the publicans also do the same?" (Matthew, V, 46). Even the tribute
collectors feels charity for who has piety for them. “Which is the true meaning of the lovecharity
such that Jesus understood this? Watch well for all the world, grace before the imperfections of
others, pardon of the offenses.” (886 of SB). "Spiritists! Love yourselves, lo the first teaching;
learn, lo the second. All the truths are in the Christianity;" (Jesus Christ, IX spiritist dissertation of
MB). "My dear brothers. In the modern times is necessary the union from all elements truth's
doctrine in the fraternity that is universe's golden law. My companyons of S. Paul! _ Let us love one
another! Here is the premier instruction! _ Let us learn! _ here Hare the second! In the worlds is the
sublime lesson of Espirit from Truth! In the world is not have greater message!" (Emmanuel,
Magazine "Chico Xavier - 60 anos de mediunidade", FEESP, 2nd edition, São Paulo, 1991).
LXXIX – Jesus ... son of David?
1 The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham.
2 Abraham generated Isaac; Isaac generated Jacob; Jacob generated Judah and his brothers;
3 Judah generated Perez and Zerah of his Tamar; Perez generated Hezron; Hezron generated Ram;
4 Ram generated Amminadab; Amminadab generated Nahshon; Nahshon generated Salmon;
5 Salmon generated Boaz of his Rahab; Boaz generated Obed of his Ruth; Obed generated Jesse;
6 Jesse generated David, the king, David generated Solomon from that who had been the wife of
Uriah;
7 Solomon generated Rehoboam; Rehoboam generated Abijah; Abijah generated Asa;
8 Asa generated Jehoshaphat; Jehoshaphat generated Joram; Joram generated Uzziah;
9 Uzziah generated Jotham; Jotham generated Ahaz; Ahaz generated Hezekiah;
10 Hezekiah generated Manasseh; Manasseh generated Amon; Amon generated Josiah;
11 Josiah generated Jechoniah and his brothers, at the time of the carrying away to Babylon.
12 And after the carrying away to Babylon, Jechoniah generated Shealtiel; Shealtiel generated
Zerubbabel;
13 Zerubbabel generated Abiud; Abiud generated Eliakim; Eliakim generated Azor;
14 Azor generated Sadoc; Sadoc generated Achim; Achim generated Eliud;
15 Eliud generated Eleazar; Eleazar generated Matthan; Matthan generated Jacob;
16 Jacob generated Joseph of his Mary, from whom Jesus was born, who is called the Christ.
17 So all the generations from Abraham to David were fourteen generations; from David to the
carrying away to Babylon were fourteen generations; from the carrying away to Babylon to the
Christ were fourteen generations. (Matthew, I, 1-17).
23 Jesus was about thirty years of age when he began to minister. They supposed that he was son
of Joseph. Jesus was son of Heli,
24 son of Matthat, son of Levi, son of Melchi, son of Jannai, son of Joseph,
25 son of Mattathias, son of Amos, son of Nahum, son of Esli, son of Naggai,
26 son of Maath, son of Mattathias, son of Semein, son of Josech, son of Joda,
27 son of Joanan, son of Rhesa, son of Zerubbabel, son of Shealtiel, son of Neri,
28 son of Melchi, son of Addi, son of Cosam, son of Elmadam, son of Er,
29 son of Jesus, son of Eliezer, son of Jorim, son of Matthat, son of Levi,
30 son of Symeon, son of Judas, son of Joseph, son of Jonam, son of Eliakim,
31 son of Melea, son of Menna, son of Mattatha, son of the prophet Nathan (2 Samuel, V, 14), son
of David, the king,
32 son of Jesse, son of Obed, son of Boaz, son of Salmon, son of Nahshon,
33 son of Amminadab, son of Arni, son of Hezron, son of Perez, son of Judah,
34 son of Jacob, son of Isaac, son of Abraham, son of Terah, son of Nahor,
35 son of Serug, son of Reu, son of Peleg, son of Eber, son of Shelah,
36 son of Cainan, son of Arphaxad, son of Shem, son of Noah, son of Lamech,
37 son of Methuselah, son of Enoch, son of Jared, son of Mahalaleel, son of Cainan,
38 son of Enos, son of Seth, son of Adam, son of God. (Luke, III, 23-38).
1 The LORD said to my lord: Sit down at my right hand, until I put the hair (hare) of your
enemies at your feet.
2 The LORD will send the rod of your might out from Zion: Govern in the middle of your enemies.
3 Your people will offer themselves willingly in the day of your might according holy order: You
will have the dew of your youth from the bosom (neck, knee) of the Star of the morning, the Star of
the aurora.
4 The LORD has sworn and he won't regret: You are a priest for ever, according to the order of
Melchizedek.
5 The lord, at your right hand, will strike kings in the day of his wrath.
6 He will judge among the nations. He will fill the places with deads (Spirits). He will wound the
heads in many earths.
7 He will drink from the well in the way. He will look ahead. He will see the minds. (Psalm CX).
35 Nor for the earth, because it is the hair (hare) at His feet; (Matthew, V, 35).
41 While the pharisees were rejoined, Jesus asked them a question:
42 What do you think about the Christ? Whose is he son? They answered: The son of David.
43 He replied: Then how does David, in Spirit, call Him LORD:
44 The LORD said to my lord: Sit at my right hand, until I put the hair of your enemies at your
feet?
45 So if David calls him LORD, how is He his son?
46 And none was able to answer him a word, neither any man dared to ask him any more questions
from that day on. (Matthew, XXII, 41-46).
35 Teaching in the temple Jesus asked: Why do the registrars say that the Christ is the son of
David?
36 David himself said by the Holy Spirit: The LORD said to my lord: Sit down at my right hand,
until I put the hair of your enemies at your feet.
37 The proper David called him LORD. How come He his son? And the great multitude heard him
agreeably. (Mark, XII, 35-37).
41 Jesus asked: How can they say that the Christ is David's son?
42 In view of David himself said in the book of Psalms: The LORD said to my lord: Sit down at
my right hand,
43 until I put the hair of your enemies at your feet.
44 Thus David called him LORD. How can He be his son? (Luke, XX, 41-44).
144. Matthew registered the genealogy of Joseph. Luke, the loved physician (Colossians IV, 14),
who didn't know Jesus, but took the deposition of Mary to write his Gospel, registered the
genealogy of Mary. According to the human laws, Jesus was seed (son, descendent) of David from
the father and from the mother. Cause this He didn't pay the tribute (chapter LXXII). Cause the
princes don't pay tributes to their kings. This scandalized the tetrarks, cause Jesus revindicated the
secession of the Judaea out of the Roman Empire to Caesar. The tetrarks were Herod Arklaus
(etnark of Judaea, Samaria and Idumaeus), Herod Antipater (tetrark and king of Galilee and of
Perea), Herod Philipus (tetrark and king of Trachinitide and Ituraei, son of Cleopatra), Herod Philip
(tetrark and king of the Lake of Galilee or Lake of Tiberius, son of the jew Mariamna, he married
Hermidias or Herodias, niece of Herod Antipater, she passed to live in adultery with her uncle
Herod Antipater, John the Baptist censured her - chapter XL - and her daughter Salome asked the
head of John the Baptist to Herod Antipater, Salome was the adulteress who was saved by the
Christ - chapter XLVI - who became His disciple, she accompanyed His crucifixition - chapter
XCVI - and she saw a young man inside the grave of Jesus! - chapter XCVIII). The emperor was
Caesar Tiberius. When Jesus was born, Caesar Augustus was the imperator of the Roman Empire
and Herod the Great was roman king of the Judaea attached to the Roman Empire. This Herod died
after ordering to kill Jesus and the other babies.
LXXX – Jesus censures the little critics of the pharisees
37 While he spoke, a pharisee asked him to eat with him. He went in and sat down at the table.
38 The pharisee admired in seeing that Jesus didn't bath himself firstly before dining.
39 The Lord said to him: Pharisees! Clean the outside of the cup and of the dish; but you are full of
abduction and badness inside.
40 Dizzy ones! Didn't God make both: the outside and the inside?
41 Before give alms (souls) of that which is inside (within); lo all things will be clean to you.
42 But ouch! of you, pharisees! Make tithe of mint, rue and every herb, but you disdain the justice
and the love of God. You are used to tithe, but don't forget judging and loving.
43 Ouch! of you, pharisees! Because you love the first places in the synagogues, and the greetings
in the public squares.
44 Ouch! of you, registrars and pharisees, little critics, because you are as the invisible Spirits. The
men cross you without knowing!
45 Then one of the doctors of the Law said to him: Master, saying these things, you also insult us!
46 He answered: Ouch! of you, the doctors of the Law! You give charges higher that the might of
the men, but you don't touch them using a finger.
47 Ouch! of you! Because you exalt the Spirits of the prophets, but your fathers killed them.
48 Thus you are witnesses and the works of your fathers are agreeable to you, because they indeed
killed the prophets, but you do model their statues (sculptures, memorials).
49 Because of this the wisdom of God said too: I will send prophets to them and apostles. They will
kill some of them and persecute others,
50 for that this generation gives accounts of all the prophets' blood, spilled from the start of
this world;
51 from the blood of Abel to the blood of Zacharias, who was killed between the altar and the
house. Yes, I say to you, the accounts of this generation will be demanded.
52 Ouch! of you, the doctors of the Law! Because you took the key of the science; however you
don't learn, and you obstaculize those who are learning.
53 After this speaking, the registrars and the pharisees began frightened to ask him and to hurry him
to speak about many things,
54 their goal was to use his own words to prove (judge) him. (Luke, XI, 37-54).
45 When all the people was hearing Jesus said to his disciples:
46 Careful! of the registrars, who like to wear long robes (cassocks), love greetings in the public
squares, first places in the synagogues and first places in the feats;
47 who devour the widows' houses, pretending they are making long prayers; these will suffer great
judgement. (Luke, XX, 45-47).
1 Then Jesus spoke to the multitudes and to his disciples:
2 The registrars and the pharisees sit down on Moses' chair:
3 Therefore watch all things they make you suffer, do these and spy, but don't follow their works;
because they say, but they don't do.
4 Yes, they tie heavy charges and painful to be tolerated, and lay them on men's shoulders; however
they themselves don't touch these charges through their fingers.
5 They do all works to be seen by the men; they increase their phylacteries (book of prayers), they
iron their clothes.
6 They love the first places at the banquets and the first places in the synagogues,
7 the greetings in the public squares, and to be called master by the men.
8 But you won't be called masters, because the Master is One, and you are all brothers.
9 And you won't be called father by any man on the earth; because your Father is One, that who is
heaven.
10 Neither you will be called guides, because your Guide is One: the Christ.
11 But the greatest among you, will be your servant.
12 Whoever will exalt himself will be humiliated; and whoever will humble himself will be exalted.
13 Ouch! of you, registrars and pharisees, little critics! Because you close the kingdom of heaven
before the men; you don't follow me and you forbid those who are following me.
14 Ouch! of you, registrars and pharisees, little critics! Because you eat the houses of the widows,
pretending that you make long prayers; you will receive more severe judgement!
15 Ouch! of you, registrars and pharisees, little critics! Because you encircle lake and land to make
just one proselyte (conversion); but when you reach your goal, you make him twofold (two times)
more a son of hell than yourselves are!
16 Ouch! of you, you blind guides, who say: Whoever will swear over the temple, it is nothing; but
whoever will swear over the gold of the temple, he is a debtor.
17 You fools and blind ones! Which is greater: the gold or the temple who sanctifies the gold?
18 You say: Whoever swear over the altar, it is nothing; but whoever swear over the gift which is
on it, he is debtor!
19 Fools and blind! Which is greater: the gift, or the altar who is sanctifying the gift?
20 Therefore, who did swear over the altar, does swear over it, and over all things on it;
21 Whoever swear over the temple, does swear for the temple, and for the Spirit who inhabits it;
22 and whoever swear over the heaven, does swear over the throne of God, and for Him who is
sitting on it.
23 Ouch! of you, registrars and pharisees, little critics! Because you give tithe of the mint, of the
dill and of the cumin, but you have neglected the heaviest weights of the balance of the Law: the
judgment, the kindness and the faith; you must do those first things without neglecting these second
ones!
24 Blind guides! Straighten the yellow-fever mosquito and swallow the camel!
25 Ouch! of you, registrars and pharisees, little critics! Because you clean the outside of the cup and
of the dish, but they (the multitude) is full of sequestration and anxiety of gluttony within (inside).
26 Blind pharisee! Clean first the inside of the cup and of the dish, for that the outside can become
clean also.
27 Ouch! of you, registrars and pharisees, little critics! Because you are like to the whited
sepulchers (temples), you look beautiful outside, but you are full of dead Spirits and of dung inside
(within).
28 Thus you also look just to the men outside, but you are full little critiques and inequality inside.
29 Ouch! of you, registrars and pharisees, little crítics! Because you build the sepulchers (statues,
images, memorials, icons) of the prophets and adorn the tombs (Spirits) of the just ones.
30 You say: If we had been in the days of our fathers, we wouldn't have been for (favorable) the
blood of the prophets!
31 Therefore you witness (judge) against yourselves, cause you are sons of them who killed the
prophets.
32 Fill to the top the measure of your fathers.
33 Snakes, race of vipers! How will you flee from the judgment of hell?
34 Therefore, lo, I will send prophets, wise men and registrars to you. Some of them you will kill
and crucify; some others you will whip in your synagogues and you will persecute others from city
to city.
35 For that you will be anoint (christened) by the just blood spilled on the earth, from the blood of
just Abel to the blood of Zachariah (son of Barachiah), who you killed between the temple and the
altar.
36 Truly I say to you: All these things will come against this generation.
37 Oh! Jerusalem, Jerusalem! Who kills the prophets and stones them who are sent to you! How
often I wanted to rejoin your children, as the chicken attaches her chicks under her wings (He
opened His arms and the cape), but you didn't want!
38 Lo your house will become disconsolate.
39 I speak to you: You won't see me from now on, until you will say: Blessed is he who comes in
the name of the Lord. (Matthew, XXIII, 1-39).
38 While teaching he said: Careful! of the registrars, who like to wear long robes (cassocks), and
the greetings in the public squares,
39 and the first places in the synagogues and the first places in the banquets.
40 They devour the widows' houses, pretending that they are making long prayers; these will
receive great judgement. (Mark, XII, 38-40).
16 Behold, I send you as sheep in the middle of wolves; be, so, judicious as snakes, and innocent as
pigeons. (Matthew, X, 16).
25 Truly I say to you: There were many widows in Israel in the days of Elijah, when the heaven was
shut up three years and six months, when reigned much hunger over all the land;
26 and to none of them was Elijah sent, but only to Zarephath, in the land of Sidon, to a woman that
was a widow. (Luke, IV, 25-26).
8 The Lord said: Stand up, go to Zarephath of Sidom and remain there, because I ordered a widow
to you.
10 Elijah stood up and went to Zarephath. When he arrived to the door of the city, a widow
appeared before him, catching firewood. He called her and said: Give me water to drink.
11 Elijah cried: Bring bread in your hand too.
12 She answered: Hurrah! the Lord, my God, cause I didn't have bread, but flour in the pan!
13 The woman made what Elijah asked. And he ate him, her and her whole house. And the flour
never lacked in that pan again. (3 Kings, XVII, 8, 10-13).
145. It is important to wash dishes and cups, but none must be glutton. We must make fast (diet).
Giving the alms of the Spirit (of the knowledge, which God gives us through the prayer) is more
important. Many men think that the more important is distributing material goods. The yellow-fever
mosquito provokes sicknesses, but the camel is good mean of transportation in difficult places. The
snake is an animal, which crawls without pride: it never falls from the high places. Jesus thought
that he was winning and he hurted the pharisees at ease, provoking their anger. All the things have
have a price. The people must be paid for what they sell, now an object, now a class. We must give
few things gratuitously for that the people don't become lazy and give value to all.
LXXXI – The offer of the poor widow
47 who devour the widows' houses, pretending they are making long prayers; these will suffer great
judgement. (Luke, XX, 47).
14 Ouch! of you, registrars and pharisees, little critics! Because you eat the houses of the widows,
pretending that you make long prayers; you will receive more severe judgement! (Matthew, XXIII,
14).
40 They devour the widows' houses, pretending that they are making long prayers; these will
receive great judgement. (Mark, XII, 40).
41 Jesus sat down against the treasury. He looked how the multitude cast money in the treasury.
Many who were rich cast much money.
42 A poor widow came, but she cast in two myths, which makes a room.
43 He called to him his disciples and said to them: Truly I say to you: This poor widow cast in more
than all they that are casting in the treasury.
44 Because they all did cast in of their surplus; but she willingly (her wish) did cast in all that she
had, even all her Life. (Mark, XII, 41-44).
1 Jesus was observing. He saw the rich men who were casting their gifts in the treasury.
2 He also saw a certain poor widow casting there two little myths.
3 Jesus said: In truth I say to you: This poor widow cast in more than they all.
4 Because all these did cast the gifts of their surplus; but she of her free will did cast in all her Life,
all she had. (Luke, XXI, 1-4).
41 Before give alms (souls) of that which is inside (within); lo all things will be clean to you.
42 But ouch! of you, pharisees! Make tithe of mint, rue and every herb, but you disdain the justice
and the love of God. You are used to tithe, but don't forget judging and loving. (Luke, XI, 41-42).
23 Ouch! of you, registrars and pharisees, little critics! Because you give tithe of the mint, of the
dill and of the cumin, but you have neglected the heaviest weights of the balance of the Law: the
judgment, the kindness and the faith; you must do those first things without neglecting these second
ones! (Matthew, XXIII, 23).
146. The tithe is a just impost because is proportional to what each one possesses. Evidently Jesus
was unjust with that widow who mustn't pay anything because she had very few. Jesus had already
said: “Because to every one who has, it will be given, and he will have plentifully; but he who
doesn't have, even what he has will be taken away from him.” (Matthew, XXV, 29).
LXXXII – The prophetic sermon - The Christmas
1 And Jesus went out from the temple. He was going on his way when his disciples approached to
him to show him the constructions of the temple.
2 But he answered: Don't you see all these things? Truly I say to you: There won't there be here
stone on stone, that doesn't be thrown to the earth.
3 As he was sat on the mount of Olives, the disciples came to him privately, saying: Tell us, when
will these things happen? And what will be the sign of your coming and the end of the world?
4 Jesus answered: Pay attention! Don't go to the way of the evil.
5 Many will come in my name, saying: I AM the Christ. They will lead many to the downfall
(abyss).
6 You will hear about wars and noises of wars; but don't worry; because these things must
happen (pass); but this isn't the end yet.
7 Because nation will stretch against nation, kingdom against kingdom; there will be hungers
(angryes, fames) and earthquakes in several places.
8 But all these things are just the start of the work.
9 Then, they will deliver you to the works. They will kill you. You will be hated by all the nations,
because of my name.
10 In this meanwhile, many will scandalize themselves, betray and hate one against another.
11 Many false prophets will loose and they will lead many to the downfall (abyss).
12 Because of inequality, the love (charity) of the many will become old (cold).
13 But the one who will resist to the end, this will be saved.
14 And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world to all the nations by a
witness. Then, the end will come.
15 Therefore, when you will see the horror of disconsolation, which was spoken by Daniel, the
prophet, in the holy place (let him who reads understand). (Matthew, XXIV, 1-15).
16 Then, the king commanded them to bring Daniel to cast him in the grotto of the lions. The king
said to Daniel: Your God, to whom you serve continually, will save you.
17 A stone was brought and laid on the mouth of the grotto; the king sealed it across his own sign
and across the sign of his lords; for that nothing would change concerning Daniel.
18 Then, the king went to his palace, passed the night fasting; neither he allowed instruments of
music brought before him; and his spirit flew from him.
19 In the star of morning, the star of aurora, the king wake up very early, and went in a hurry to the
grotto of the lions.
20 The king approached to the grotto and called Daniel very sad: Oh! Daniel, servant of the living
God! Is your God, to whom you serve continually, able to save you from the lions?
21 Then, Daniel said to the king: Oh! king, live eternally!
22 My God has sent his angel to shut up the mouths of the lions, for that they wouldn't hurt me,
because I was there in the middle of them; and also before you, oh! king, I didn't hurt. (Daniel, VI,
16-22).
27 He will sign across the covenant with many for one week. And he will cease the holocausts and
the sacrifices in the weekend. The disconsolate person will come on the wing of the horrors until
the full end. And the wrath of the identified one will be spilled over the disconsolate person.
(Daniel, IX, 27).
1 As he went out of the temple, one of his disciples said to him: Master! Lo, what stones and what
buildings!
2 But Jesus said to him: Do you see these great buildings? There won't be allowed here stone on
stone, which doesn't be thrown on the earth.
3 As he was sat on the mount of Olives, against the temple, Peter, James, John and Andrew asked
him privately.
4 Tell us: When will these things happen? What will be the sign of when these things will be all
almost to accomplish?
5 Then Jesus began to say to them: Don't let anyone deceive you!
6 Many will come in my name, saying: I AM; they will lead many to the downfall (abyss).
7 When you will hear about wars and news of wars, don't worry; these things need to happen (pass),
but this is not the end yet.
8 Because nation will prick against nation; kingdom against kingdom. There will be
earthquakes in many places and also there will be hungers (fames). These things are the
beginning of the work.
9 Be warned! They will deliver you to the councils and to the synagogues. They will whip you
before governors and kings. You will tolerate for my cause, you will witness.
10 But the gospel must first be preached to all the nations.
11 When they will lead you, to deliver you, don't be worried about what you will speak, but
whatever will be given to you in that instant, that you will speak, because you won't be speaking,
but the Holy Spirit.
12 A brother will deliver the brother to death, and the father the child; children will prick against
parents; they will kill them.
13 You will be hated by all because of my name; but he who will tolerate to the end, this will be
saved.
14 When you will see the horror of the disconsolation, spoken of by the prophet Daniel, placed
where it must not to be (whoever is reading let him understand), then those in Judaea, let them fly to
the mountains. (Mark, XIII, 1-14).
5 Some spoke about the temple, how it was adorned with goodly stones and gifts. Jesus said:
6 Do you regard these things? The days will come, in which won't be left here stone over stone,
that doesn't be knocked down.
7 They asked him: Master, when will these things happen? What will be the sign of when these
things are almost to pass (happen)?
8 He answered: Attention! Don't go to the way of the perdition (abyss). Many will come in my
name, saying: I AM! And: The time is come! Don't follow them.
9 When you will hear about wars and rebellions, don't frighten; cause these things must to
pass (happen) first; but the end won't be soon.
10 Then he said to them: Nation will brighten against nation and kingdom against kingdom.
11 There will be great earthquakes, epidemics and hungers (fames) in several places; there
will be terrorists and great signs from heaven.
12 But before all these things, they will lay their hands on you. They will persecute you, delivering
you to the synagogues and incarcerations, bringing you before kings and governors because of my
name.
13 It will happen for that you witness.
14 Prepare your hearts. Don't meditate what to say before answering.
15 Because I will put the wisdom in your mouth, which all your opponents won't be able to refute
or resist.
16 And you will be delivered also by your parents, brothers, relatives and friends. They will put you
to die.
17 You will be hated by all because of my name.
18 However a hair (hare) out of your head won't perish (rot).
19 You will dominate your souls in your patience. (Luke, XXI, 5-19). Look GAS, IX, 7.
147. Jesus was speaking of the stones of the chapter LXIV in the mount of Olives. The king made
fast to go to see, in Spirit, Daniel die in the grotto. The phase of Daniel was said by the king in
Spirit for that Daniel convinced the king. Daniel didn't defend himself against the lions. The angel
ordered him to play the part of statue, pretending to be dead. Then the lions didn't attack him. “It is
convenient that everything would destroy itself for reborning and regenerating, cause this that you
call destruction isn't but a transformation, which has for end the renovation and the amelioration of
the living beings.” (728 of SB). “In what end does God liquefies the humanity through the
destructive weights of the balance of the justice? For making her to advance liver. Didn't we have
said that destruction is necessary to the moral regeneration of the Spirits, which liquefy, in each
new existence, a new degree of perfection? It is convenient to see the end for appreciating the
results inside. You judge them but according to your personal point of sight, and you call the
weights of the balance of the justice to your damage, who they cause in you by chance. But these
homosexuals are often necessary for making happen more ready an ameliorative order of things,
and in any feminine ring this who has demanded the well from the secular priests - those who
marry.” (737 of SB). “What is the cause which brings the men to the war? Predominance of the
animal nature over the spiritual nature and whistling of the passions. In the state of cruelty, the
peoples know that the right belongs to the strongest; that is because the war is a normal state for
them. If the man progresses the curtsy, she occurs less times, because he avoids the causes; and
when she is necessary, he makes it with humanity.” (742 of SB). “The earth, whistling this law, has
been in a materially and morally state lower than she is today, but she will reach under these duple
rapport a degree more advanced. She is arrived to one of her periods of transformation. Where from
expiatory world, she will end regenerative world; then the men there will be happy, because the law
of God will reign there.” (Augustine, III, 19 of the GAS). Jesus was preparing a war for taking the
power.
16 Then let them who are in Judaea fly to the mountains.
17 Let him who is on the housetop not go down to take out things, which are in his house.
18 Let him who is in the field not return back to search his cape.
19 Ouch! of them who are pregnant and of them who give mammas to suck in those days!
20 Pray you for that your flight doesn't be in the winter, neither on a saturday.
21 Because in this time there will be great affliction, such as hasn't been from the beginning of this
world until now, nor ever will be.
22 But if those days hadn't been shortened, no flesh would have been saved. But for the cause of the
elects by Jesus, those days will be shortened.
23 Then, if anyone will say to you: Lo, the Christ! Or: Behold there! Don't believe.
24 Because false Christs will brighten and false prophets who will show great signs and prodigies
such as to lead, if possible, even the elects to the downfall (abyss).
25 Lo, I have told you in advance.
26 Therefore if they will say to you: Lo he is in the depravity! Don't go out. Or: Lo he is in the
motels! Don't believe.
27 Because thus the lightning comes from the nascent and is seen even in the sunset, thus it will
happen in the coming of the Son of the Man.
28 Wheresoever the body is, the vultures will rejoin altogether there. (Matthew, XXIV, 16-28).
11 And I say to you, that many will come from the nascent and the sunset, and they will sit down
with Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, in the kingdom of heaven.
12 But the sons of the kingdom will be cast out in the darkness; there will be the weeping and the
gnashing of teeth.
13 And Jesus said to the centurion: Go way; it will be done according what you believe. And the
one one who he created was healed in that hour. (Matthew, VIII, 11-13). Look chapter XVIII.
15 Let him who is on the housetop not go down, nor enter in, to take anything out of his house.
16 And let him who is in the field not to return back to take his cape.
17 Ouch! of the pregnant ones and of the foster nurses in those days!
18 Pray for that it doesn't happen in the winter.
19 Because those days will be of great affliction, such as hasn't there been alike from the start of the
world, which God created, until now, and ever won't be.
20 If the Lord hadn't shortened those days, no flesh would have been saved; but for the cause of
elects, to whom he chose, he shortened such days.
21 Then if anyone will say to you: Lo, the Christ! Or: Lo, there! Don't believe.
22 Cause many false Christs will brighten and false prophets, who will show signs and prodigals,
to lead, if possible, the own elects to the downfall (abyss).
23 But attention! Lo, I have told you all things in advance. (Mark, XIII, 15-23).
20 But when you see Jerusalem encircled by armies, then you know that the disconsolation is
coming.
21 Then let them who are in Judaea fly to the mountains; let them who are in the middle of Judaea
get out; let not them who are in the countries come in Judaea.
22 Because these are days of revenge, in order to fulfill all things, which are written.
23 Ouch! of pregnant and of them who give the mammas to suck in those days! Because there will
be great pain on the earth, and wrath against this people.
24 They will fall across the edge of the sword and they will be lead captivated to all the nations;
and Jerusalem will be trodden on by the foreigners, until the times of the foreigners be fulfilled.
(Luke, XXI, 20-24).
52 Then Jesus said to him: Sheathe your sword; cause all they who take the sword will perish
across the sword. (Matthew, XXVI, 52).
148. Jesus now terrifies for taking the power.
13 I saw in the visions of the night. Behold, one as a son of man came from the clouds of heaven,
he went even to the ancient of days and they brought him before him.
14 The might, the kingdom and the glory were given to him for that all the peoples, nations,
and languages would serve him; his might is an eternal might, which won't pass, and his
kingdom won't be destroyed.
16 And I heard a man's voice at the margins of the Ulai, which cried: Gabriel, make this man to
understand the vision.
17 So he came near where I was; and when he came, I was frightened and my face fell; but he said
to me: Understand, oh! son of man; because this vision will happen in the time of the end. (Daniel,
VII, 13-14 and VIII, 16-17).
29 But immediately after the afflictive work of those days the sun will darkened, the moon won't
give her moonlight, the stars will fall from heaven, and the mights of the heavens will affect you.
30 Then the sign of the Son of the Man will appear in heaven; all the peoples of the earth will
mourn, and they will see the Son of the Man coming over the clouds of heaven with might and
great glory.
31 And he will send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, they will rejoin his elects from the
four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.
32 Remember the fig tree and her parable: When her branches are becoming tender, she buds her
leaves, and you know that the summer is coming.
33 Thus you also: When you see all these things, know that he is coming, knocking at her doors.
34 Truly I say to you: This generation won't pass, till all these things happen.
35 Heaven and earth will pass, but my words won't pass. (Matthew, XXIV, 29-35).
24 But in those days, after that afflictive work, the sun will darkened, the moon won't give her
moonlight.
25 The stars will fall from heaven, the mights of the heavens will affect you.
26 Then they will see the Son of the Man coming on clouds, with great might and glory.
27 Then he will send the angels and will rejoin his elects from the four winds, from the supreme
part of the earth to the supreme part of the heaven.
28 Remember the fig tree and her parable: When her branches are becoming tender, she sprouts her
leaves, you know that the summer is coming.
29 Thus you also: When you see these things happening, you know that he is coming, knocking at
her doors.
30 Truly I say to you: This generation won't pass, until all these things happen.
31 Heaven and earth will pass. But my words won't pass. (Mark, XIII, 24-31).
25 There will be signs in sun, moon and stars; and on the earth anguish of nations, in perplexity
because of the roaring of the lake and the waves.
26 Men fainting of terror for expectation of the things which are coming to the world; cause the
mights of the heavens will affect you.
27 Then they will see the Son of the Man coming in a cloud, with might and great glory.
28 But when these things begin to happen, look to the heaven; because your redemption is coming.
29 He spoke a parable to them: Behold the fig tree and all the trees.
30 When they sprout, you will see him and know by yourselves that the summer is coming.
31 Thus you also, when you see these things coming to pass, know you that the kingdom of God
is coming.
32 Truly I say to you: This generation won't pass, till all these things are accomplished.
33 Heaven and earth will pass. But my words won't pass. (Luke, XXI, 25-33).
149. In the sleep, the Spirit “has the souvenir of the past and sometimes pre-observation of the
future;” (402 of SB). “The future Life implicates the conservation of our individuality after the
death;” (Allan Kardec, 959 of SB). The dream “is often a souvenir of the places and things that you
have seen or that you will see in another existence or in another moment.” (402 of SB). “The sleep
frees in section (part) the soul from the body. When we sleep, we are momently in the state where
we will be in a fix way after the death.” (...) “This must learn you one time of plus not to fear the
death, because you dies all the nights according to the word of a saint.” (...) “The dream is the
souvenir of what your Spirit has seen pendent the dream. But mark that you don't dream always,
because you don't remember always of this who you have seen, or of completely this who you have
seen. This isn't your love of your all perfecting;” (402 of SB). “But as the body is a gross and
louring matter, he conserves difficultly the impressions which, the Spirit has received, because the
Spirit hasn't perceived them by the organs of the body.” (403 of SB). During the dreams, which are
souvenirs we can foresee the future, it means, forsee how our Life will be after the Life of the body,
we can visit the places where we will go to live the Life of the Spirit. Many times the Spirit writes
across the mediums his Life on earth before being born: the prophecies. Others write their Life
across the mediums during their incarnation. Others write latter. The son of man are we all and we
be back, this means, we reembody. Jesus thinks that he is grandiose.
36 But none knows about that day and hour, neither the angels of heaven, neither the Son, but the
Father.
37 As the days of Noah were, the coming of the Son of the Man will be.
38 Cause, in those days, before the deluge, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in
marriage, until the day when Noah went in the ark.
39 They didn't know until the deluge came, taking them all; thus it will be in the coming of the Son
of the Man.
40 Then two men will be in the field: one will be taken, but one will be left.
41 Two women will be working in the mill: one will be taken, but one will be left. (Matthew,
XXIV, 36-41).
32 But none knows about that day or that hour, not even the angels in heaven, neither the Son, but
the Father.
33 Pay attention, watch and pray; because you don't know when the time will be.
34 It is as when a man, delaying in another country, leaves his house, gives authority to his
servants, to each one his work, and commandeds also the porter to watch.
35 Therefore watch: Because you don't know when the Lord of the house will come, if at even, or at
midnight, or at cockcrow, or in the morning.
36 For that he doesn't meet you sleeping, while he comes suddenly.
37 This I say to you all: Watch! (Mark, XIII, 32-37).
20 Being asked by the pharisees, when the kingdom of God would come, Jesus answered them: The
kingdom of God doesn't come with observation:
21 Neither they will say: Lo, here! Or, lo there! Because the kingdom of God is within (inside) you.
22 Thence he said to the disciples: The days will come, when you will desire to see one of the days
of the Son of the Man, but you won't see it.
23 They will say to you: Lo, there! Lo, here! Don't go, nor follow them.
24 Because as the lightning, when it lightens from one part to the other of the heaven, shining the
other part of the heaven; thus the day of the Son of the Man will be.
25 But first he must suffer many things and be rejected by this generation.
26 As it passed in the days of Noah, it will also be in the days of the Son of the Man.
27 They ate, drank, they married, they were given in marriage, until the day when Noah entered in
the ark, and the flood came, and destroyed them all.
28 Likewise it passed in the days of Lot: They ate, drank, bought, sold, planted and built.
29 But in the day when Lot went out from Sodom it rained fire and sulfur (mannish woman) from
heaven and destroyed them all.
30 Thus it will be in the day when the Son of the Man is revealed.
31 In that day, he who will be on the housetop, having his goods in the house, let him not go down
to take them away; and likewise let him who is in the field not to return back.
32 Remember Lot's wife. (She became a statue of soul.)
33 Whoever will want to gain his Life will lose her; but whoever will lose his Life will gain her.
34 I say to you: In that night there will be two men on one bed: the one will be taken, but the other
will be left.
35 Two women will be grinding altogether: the one will be taken, but the other will be left.
36 Two men will be in the field: the one will be taken, but the other will be left.
37 Then they asked him: Where, Lord? He answered: Where the body is, the vultures will attach
altogether. (Luke, XVII, 20-37).
34 Pay attention yourselves! For that your hearts don't be overcharged with gluttony, drunkenness
and cares of this Life, and for that day doesn't come on you suddenly as a snare.
35 Cause that day will come to all them who inhabit the face of all the earth.
36 Watch you at every season, supplicating, for that you can escape of all these things which will
pass and to stand up before the Son of the Man. (Luke, XXI, 34-36).
150. But remember: It is necessary to preach, fast and watch: “He is feasible there, in the true
meaning of the love, but the instant of the death; when this moment is come, this will be by a mean
or by another, you can steal him there.” (853 of SB). The earth is becoming a world of regeneration
and many Spirits don't deserve remaining here. They will be taken to other expiatory worlds worst
than the earth. Some will be taken and others will remain. The tare will be taken but the wheat will
stay. It is the time of the harvest. We must watch and pray to avoid the abuse of the lives of this
world.
35 Tighten the belts of your chastity, aflame your Lights.
36 Be yourselves like to men expecting for their lord, while he returns from the wedding
anniversary; for that, when he comes and knocks at the door, they can straightway open to him.
37 Well-beatified are those servants, to whom the lord will meet watching when he will come.
Truly I say to you: He will tighten himself, make them sit down at the table. He will come and serve
them.
38 If he will come in the second watch, or in the third, they will be well-beatified if thus he meets
them.
39 But know this: If the master of the house had known in what hour the thief would come, he
wouldn't have watched and he wouldn't have left his house to be burst.
40 Be also ready: Because the Son of the Man will come in an hour when you don't know. (Luke,
XII, 35-40).
32 None knows about that day or that hour, not even the angels in heaven, neither the Son, but the
Father.
33 Pay attention! Watch and pray. Because you don't know when the time will be.
34 It is as a man, delaying in another country, leaves his house, giving authority to his servants, to
each one his work, and he commandeds also the porter to watch.
35 Therefore watch: Because you don't know when the lord of the house comes; if at even, or at
midnight, or at cockcrow, or in the morning.
36 Because he will come suddenly, but he doesn't meet you sleeping.
37 What I say to you, I say to all: Watch! (Mark, XIII, 32-37).
42 Therefore watch: Because you don't know in what day your Lord will come.
43 But know this: If the master of the house had known in what watch the thief would come, he
would have watched, and his house wouldn't be raped.
44 Therefore be also ready: Because the Son of the Man will come in an hour when you don't know.
(Matthew, XXIV, 42-44).
16 Then Herod, when he saw that he was bluffed by the wizards, he got very angry, and ordered to
kill all the male children that were in Bethlehem, and in all the borders thereof, from two years old
and under, according to the time which he had exactly learned of the wizards. (Matthew, II, 16 -
chapter IX).
151. Jesus sends us through the reembodiment: “Truly, truly, I say to you: The one who receives
whoever I sent, receives me; but the one who receives me, receives the one who sent me."”(John,
XIII, 20). We must watch, pray and take care! of our sons with love. “Do the Spirits already
purified come inside the subaltern worlds? They go there often in order to aid them to progress;
without this, these worlds would be delivered to themselves, without guides to direct them.” (233 of
SB). How many don't disobey the law of God? They eat, drink and marry themselves (keep sexual
relations) in the day of the watch, which can be a solstice of winter or of summer (21.JUN or
21.DEC). How many children aren't sequestrated in the days of feast (party), because the parents
don't pray, watch and fast?
41 Then Peter asked: Lord, do you speak this parable to us, or even to all?
42 The Lord said: Then who is the faithful and prudent manager, in whom his lord will trust his
family, to feed in due season?
43 Well-beatified is that servant, in whom his lord will meet confidence, when he will come.
44 In truth I say to you: He will trust over him all that he has.
45 But if that servant will say in his heart: My lord delays in coming. Thence he will begin to beat
the menservants and the maidservants, to eat, to drink and to inebriate himself.
46 The lord of that servant will come in a day when he doesn't have hope, in an hour when he
doesn't know and he will cut him in pieces, and appoint his portion to the unfaithful. (Chapter
LXXV).
47 That servant, who knew his lord's will, but didn't make himself ready, nor did according to his
will, he will be beaten through many whiplashes.
48 But that servant who didn't know his lord's will, and did things worthy of whiplashes, he will be
beaten through few whiplashes. However to whomever much was given, they will demanded
much from him; and they will demand much more from whom they trusted much. (Luke, XII,
41-48).
45 Then who is the faithful and prudent servant, to whom his lord has confided his family to feed
them in due season?
46 Well-beatified is that servant, to whom his lord, when he will come, meet confidence.
47 Truly I say to you: He will confide to him all that he has.
48 But if that evil servant will say in his heart: My lord delays.
49 So he passes to beat in those who he creates, and eat and drink with the drunken.
50 The lord of that servant will come in a day when he doesn't have hope, and in an hour when he
doesn't know.
51 He will cut him in pieces, and appoint his portion with the little critics. There will be the
weeping and the gnashing of teeth there. (Matthew, XXIV, 45-51).
152. Jesus wants that we have family and look after of our sons and of all who live in our houses.
Jesus blesses that who is manager of family, who feeds the home, which isn't gluttonous and neither
inebriate himself, which doesn't beat his wife, his sons, neither the ones who he create in his house
including the pets. “If anyone wants to be the first, he will be the last (least) of all, and servant of
all. (Mark, IX, 35). We came to serve and not to be served. We must to be servant at our home.
“Ouch! Well! The man is more blamable at the courtesy which he knows better this what he does.”
(637 of SB). “The more intelligence we have to understand a principle, the less we are excusable of
not applying to ourselves.” (828, II, of SB). “That one there who knows the truth is one hundred
times more blamable of the evil which he does, than the ignorant indian of the depeopled place, and
he will be treated consequently as an indian in the day of the justice. If a blind one knocks you
down when walking, you will excuse him; but if he is a man who sees clearly, you will complain
and you have reason.” (654 of SB). Ouch! of that unfaithful manager (chapter LXXV), who prefers
to serve to the king Momus, corrupting those who he creates.
7 Who among you, having a servant fluffing the earth or keeping sheep, will say to him, when he is
come from the field: Come straightway and sit down at the table?
8 Won't you say before him: Prepare my supper, tighten the belts of your chastity, and serve me,
while I eat and drink. Later you will eat and drink?
9 Does he thank the servant because this did the things which were ordered?
10 Thus you also, after doing all the things, which were commanded, to you, say: We are useless
servants, because we have done that which it was our duty to do. (Luke, XVII, 7-10).
153. The servants of Jesus wants that Jesus acknowledges.
LXXXIII – The parable of the ten virgins
1 Then the kingdom of heaven will be alike to ten virgins, who took their lamps and went to meet
the fiancé.
2 Five among them were foolish, but five were prudent.
3 The foolish ones, when they took their lamps, they took no olive oil with them.
4 Meantime the prudent took olive oil in their vessels with their lamps.
5 While the fiancé delayed, they all dozed and slept.
6 But, at midnight, there was a cry: Behold, the fiancé! Come to meet him!
7 Then all those virgins stood up, and anointed their lamps.
8 And the foolish said to the prudent: Give us of your olive oil, because our lamps are
extinguishing.
9 But the prudent answered: The olive oil won't be enough for us and you! Go to them who sell it,
and buy for you.
10 While they went away to buy, the fiancé came. Those who were ready went in with him to the
marriage. And the door was shut.
11 Later the foolish virgins also came, saying: Lord, Lord, open the door to us!
12 But he answered: Truly I say to you: I don't know you.
13 Therefore watch. Because you don't know the day, nor the hour. (Matthew, XXV, 1-13).
4 These are the two olive trees and the two lamps, which are before the Lord of the earth.
(Revelation, XI, 4).
35 Tighten the belts of your chastity, aflame your Lights.
36 Be yourselves like to men expecting for their lord, while he returns from the wedding
anniversary; for that, when he comes and knocks at the door, they can straightway open to him.
37 Well-beatified are those servants, to whom the lord will meet watching when he will come.
Truly I say to you: He will tighten himself, make them sit down at the table. He will come and
serve them.
38 If he will come in the second watch, or in the third, they will be well-beatified if thus he meets
them.
39 But know this: If the master of the house had known in what hour the thief would come, he
wouldn't have watched and he wouldn't have left his house to be burst.
40 Be also ready: Because the Son of the Man will come in an hour when you don't know. (Luke,
XII, 35-40 - chapter LXXXII).
8 Won't you say before him: Prepare my supper, tighten the belts of your chastity, and serve me,
while I eat and drink. Later you will eat and drink? (Luke, XVII, 8).
32 Remember the fig tree and her parable: When her branches are becoming tender, she buds her
leaves, and you know that the summer is coming.
33 Thus you also: When you see all these things, know that he is coming, knocking at her doors.
(Matthew, XXIV, 32-33 - chapter LXXXII).
154. The foolish virgins are those who went to buy sex from the debased ones. Gold, sex isn't love.
And debased ones are persons who don't love. The olive oil is the vitamin E (which can be found in
much quantity in the oil of sunflower). The chastity lights her lamp full of the olive oil of the love.
And her lighted lamp illuminates her consort who will come attracted by her love and by his Light.
None reaches God without infinite knowledge of all things. Watch, fast, tighten your belts. The
vitamin E is very useful because it destroys the dead cellules, creates the young cellules and
diminishes the free radicals, being excellent against the disease of Helzheimer.
LXXXIV – The flames and the heaven
31 When the Son of the Man will come in his glory and all the angels with him, then he will sit on
the throne of his glory.
32 And all the nations will be reunited before him. He will separate them one from another, as the
shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.
33 He will put the sheeps at his right hand, but the goats at his left hand.
34 Then the King will say to them at his right hand: Come, you blessed of my Father! Inherit the
kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world!
35 Because I was hungry, but you gave me to eat; I was thirsty, but you gave me to drink; I wasn't
son from inside of you (your entrails), but you lodged me.
36 I was naked, but you dressed me; I was sick, but you visited me; I was arrested, but you came to
me.
37 Then the just ones will ask him: Lord, when did we see you hungry, but we fed you? Or thirsty,
but we gave you to drink?
38 Or when did we see you out of our entrails, but we lodged you? Or naked, but we dressed you?
39 Or when did we see you sick, or arrested, but we went to you?
40 The King will answer to them: Truly I say to you: Each time you did this to one of these my last
(least) brothers, you did this to me.
41 Then the King will say also to them at his left hand: Go away! Cursed ones! To the eternal fire
which is prepared for the devil and his angels.
42 Because I was hungry, but you didn't give me to eat; I was thirsty, but you didn't give me to
drink.
43 I wasn't son from your entrails, but you didn't lodge me; I was naked, but you didn't dress me; I
was sick or arrested, but you didn't come to me.
44 Then they will ask: Lord, when did we see you hungry, or thirst, or out of our entrails, or naked,
or sick, or arrested, but we didn't minister to you?
45 Then he will answer them: Truly I say to you: Each time you didn't do this to one of these my
last (least) ones, you didn't do this to me.
46 And these will go away to the eternal punishment, but the just ones to the eternal Life. (Matthew,
XXV, 31-46).
37 They answered him: Allow us to sit: one at your right hand, and one at your left hand in your
glory.
38 But Jesus said to them: You don't know what you ask. Are you able to drink the cup that I drink?
Or to be baptized across the baptism that I AM baptized across?
39 They said to him: We are able. Jesus said to them: The cup that I drink you will drink; and you
will be baptized across the baptism that I AM baptized;
40 but to sit at my right hand or at my left hand, I don't allow you; but this is for them who have
been prepared. (Mark, X, 37-40 - chapter LVIII).
155. This parable is a fable, cause Jesus places sheeps and goats in it. The sheep is the ewe, which
serves wool to us. The she-goat is the female of the goat, which furnishes us of milk. Jesus says that
we must receive the last (least) ones. To understand last and least it is necessary to read the chapter
LIII. We must be good with the ones who ask the minimum, cause it is impossible to be good with
all who ask us the things of this fable. “Remember that the Good Spirits help these, which serve
God with humility, and disinterest and they repudiate (chapter LVI) whoever searches in the way
of the heaven a degree for the things of the earth; they retire themselves from the proud one and
from the ambitious one. The pride and the ambition will always be a barrier between the man and
God; it is a veil jetted over the Godly Lights, and God can serve himself of the blind one to make
understand the Light.” (Spirit of the Truth, prolegomena of SB).
LXXXV – Through treason
37 Jesus was teaching in the temple every day; but he went out every night to lodge in the mount,
which is, called Olive trees.
38 And all the people waked in the reveille to hear him in the temple.
1 The feast of the unleavened bread was coming, which is called: the Passover.
2 The main priests and the registrars searched a mean to take out Jesus'Life, because they feared the
people. (Luke, XXI, 37 a XXII, 2).
1 When Jesus had finished all these teachings, he said to his disciples:
2 You know that after two days the Passover will come, and the Son of the Man will be delivered
to be crucified.
3 Then the main priests and the elders of the people rejoined themselves in council in courtesy of
the high priest, called Caiaphas.
4 And they counseled themselves that they would arrest Jesus across the curtsy, and they would kill
him.
5 But they said: Not during the feast, for that there isn't a tumult among the people. (Matthew,
XXVI, 1-5).
1 The feast of the Passover and the unleavened bread was after two days. And the main priests and
the registrars searched how they would arrest him across bow, and would kill him.
2 But they said: Not during the feast, for that there won't be a tumult among the people. (Mark,
XIV, 1-2).
156. The pharisees were very angry and really disposed to kill Jesus.
3 Satan (chapter XII) entered in Judas, called Iscariot, one among the twelve.
4 This went to talk privately to the main priests and captains about how he would deliver him to
them.
5 Then they were very gay and covenanted (chapter XLV) to give him money.
6 Judas felt and searched an opportunity to deliver him to them in the absence of the multitude.
(Luke, XXII, 3-6).
14 Then one of the twelve, called Judas Iscariot, went to the main priests, and said:
15 What do you desire to give to me if I will deliver him to you? And they weighed thirty pieces of
silver to him.
16 From this moment on he searched an opportunity to deliver him to them. (Matthew, XXVI, 14-
16).
10 And Judas Iscariot, one among the twelve, went to the main priests, to deliver Jesus to them.
11 Hearing him they became joyful and promised money to him. And he searched how he would
deliver him conveniently to them. (Mark, XIV, 10-11).
4 But Judas Iscariot, one of his disciples, who would betray him, said:
5 Why wasn't this ointment sold for three hundred denaria, which would be given to the
paupers?
6 He said this, not because he cared for the poor; but because he was a thief, and having the
bag, he took away what was put inside.
7 However Jesus said: Leave her! She will keep for the day of my mummification. (John, XII, 4-7 -
chapter LXIII).
157. Jesus called Judas Iscariot of thief and this resolved to avenge himself.
LXXXVI – Jesus washes the feet of the disciples
14 And God said to Moses: I AM WHO I AM. And more: Thus you will say to the sons of Israel: I
AM sent me to you.
15 And God said more to Moses: Thus you will say to the children of Israel: The Lord, the God of
your fathers (patriarchs, ancients), the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob, has
sent me to you; this is my name eternally, and this is my memorial to all generations. (Exodus, III,
14-15).
1 Now before the feast of the Passover, Jesus knew that his hour was come when he would pass
from this world to his Father, having loved his ones who were in the world, he loved them to the
end. (transmigrations - chapter LXXXIV).
2 During the supper, the devil had already put the treason in the heart of Judas Iscariot,
Simon's son. (Simon the Cananaean, the Zealot, the zealous, the jealous - he mimed the son -
chapter XXIV).
3 Knowing that the Father had trusted all the things in his hands, and that he came from God, and
was going back to God.
4 He stood up from the supper, and undressed his clothes, and he took a towel, and tightened the
belts of his chastity across the towel.
5 Later he laid water in the basin and began to wash the disciples' feet, and to dry them across his
the towel.
6 So he approached to Simon Peter. He said to him: Lord, do you wash my feet?
7 Jesus answered: What I do, you don't know now; but you will comprehend later.
8 Peter said to him: You will never wash my feet. Jesus answered him: If I won't wash you, you
have no part with me.
9 Simon Peter said to him: Lord, not only my feet, but also my hands and my head.
10 Jesus spoke to him: He who took his shower bath, doesn't need to wash, but his feet, because the
rest is clean. Now you are clean, but not all.
11 Cause he knew him who would betray him. Therefore he said: You aren't all clean.
12 When he had washed their feet, he dressed his clothes again, sat at the table and said to them: Do
you understand what I have done to you?
13 You call me: Master and Lord, and you say well, because I AM.
14 Then if I, the Lord and the Master, have washed your feet, you also must wash the feet of one
another.
15 Because I have given you an example, for that you will do as I have done to you.
16 Truly, truly, I say to you: A servant is not greater than his Lord; neither one who is sent, greater
than he who sent him.
17 If you know these things, well-beatified you are if you do them.
18 I don't speak about you all: I know those whom I have chosen; but the scripture must be fulfilled:
He who eats my bread will raise his heel against me.
19 Since now on I tell you, before it will happen, for that, when it will happen, you believe that I
AM.
20 Truly, truly, I say to you: He who receives whoever I will send, receives me; and he who
receives me, receives him who sent me. (John, XIII, 1-20).
1 Well-beatified is he who aids the indigent ones. The Lord will deliver him in the day of evil.
3 The Lord will support him on the bed of the nostalgia. You will soften all his bed in his sickness.
5 My enemies speak evil against me: When will he die and will his name perish?
6 If one among them come to visit me, he speaks lies. He amasses malices in his heart. When he
goes away, he tells it.
7 All of them hate me and whisper together against me. They aim against my wound:
8 He has an evil disease. He must fast. Now he lies and he won't stand up again.
9 Yes, my own familiar friend, in whom I trusted, who ate my bread, he raised his heel against
me.
13 Well-beatified be the Lord, the God of Israel. From eternity to eternity. Love and love! (Psalm,
XLI, 1, 3, 5-9, 13).
11 God asked: Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten of the tree, who I commanded
you not to eat?
12 The man said: The woman whom you gave to be my wife, she gave me of the tree and I ate.
13 The Lord God said to the woman: What have you done? The woman answered: This snake
diverted me, so I ate.
14 The Lord God said to the snake: Because you have done this, you are cursed above all pets,
above every animal and you will trail over the belly of your Life, and you will eat the dust of your
Life all your days.
15 I will put enmity between you and the tree, between your seed and her seed. He will wound your
head, but you will wound his heel.
16 God said to the tree: I will multiply greatly the pen of your conception. You will bring children
to the light in pen. Your desire will be to your husband and he will govern you. (Genesis, III, 11-
16).
9 A genie will take him by the heel and a hug will lie on her. (Job, XVIII, 9).
158. Jesus is the fiancé of the parable of the ten virgins (chapter LXXXIII). Simon Peter is a woman
reembodied in the body of man. He forbids Jesus to touch his feet. But he is whole excited, on the
brink of desiring that Jesus wash him whole. Jesus talks that it is important to wash what is dirty.
Peter used to wash not even the hands (chapter XLIV). This was possible because almost all of
them were homossexuals. Judas Iscariot is that who didn't accept to have his feet washed by Jesus.
He had never reincarnated as a woman. He thought that this was an unworthiness. A man wouldn't
touch his feet. He pulled the heel back. Jesus is the useless feminine servant who caresses the feet of
her Lord (chapter LXXXII - item 152). The man can make stroking in his woman or massaging her
heels. The woman is the tree and the man the snake. The man hugges his woman and kisses her,
smacking her head. The woman goes on the tiptoes to give her rose mouth to be kissed by her
husband, thus she raises her heel against him.
LXXXVII – The Saint Supper
27 You will say: It is the sacrifice of the Passover (passage to the other world) of the Lord, who
passed over the houses of the children of Israel in Egypt, when he struck the egyptians and
delivered our houses. Then the people bowed the head and worshipped.
28 And the children of Israel went and did that; as the Lord had commanded Moses and Aaron, so
they did.
29 It passed at midnight, when the Lord struck all the first-born in the land of Egypt, from the first-
born of Pharaoh who was sat down on his throne, until the first-born of the prisoner who was in the
imprisonment, and all the first-born of the animals.
30 The Pharaoh stood up in the night. He, all his servants and all the egyptians. Then there was a
great cry in Egypt. Cause there wasn't a house where there wasn't a dead one. (Exodus, XII, 27-30).
17 In the first day of the feast of the unleavened bread the disciples came to Jesus and asked: Where
do you want that we make the preparations to you eat the Passover?
18 He answered: Go to the city to such a man and say to him: The Master said: My time is coming.
I will keep the Passover in your house with my disciples.
19 They did as Jesus ordered them and they prepared the Passover.
20 When the even was come, he was sat at the table with the twelve disciples.
21 And while they were eating, Jesus spoke: Truly I say to you that one among you will betray me.
22 And they, exceeding sorrowful, began each one to ask him: Is it I, Lord?
23 He answered: He who wets his hand with me in the dish, the same will betray me.
24 The Son of the Man goes, even as it is written about him. But ouch! of that man across whom the
Son of the Man is betrayed! It would be better to him not have been born!
25 Then Judas, who betrayed him, asked: Is it I, Master? Jesus answered: You said.
26 While they were eating, Jesus took bread, blessed Him, divided Him, and he gave to the
disciples, saying: Take, eat; this is my body.
27 He took a cup (calyx), gave good graces to God (laughed), gave Him to the disciples, saying:
Drink of Him you all.
28 Because this is my blood, the blood of the covenant (chapter XLV), which will be spilled for
regret of sins of many.
29 But I say to you: Since now on I won't drink of this fruit of the vine, until that day when I will
drink it new (grape juice - chapter XVII, item 38) with you in my Father's kingdom. (Matthew,
XXVI, 17-29).
12 And on the first day of the feast of unleavened bread, when they sacrificed the Passover (the
Paschal Lamb), his disciples said to him: Where do you want that we go to prepare the Passover to
you eat?
13 Then he sent two of his disciples, saying to them: Go to the city, there a man bringing a jug of
water will meet you. Follow him.
14 Wherever he will enter in, say to the master of the house: The Master asked: Where is my room,
where I will eat the Passover with my disciples?
15 He will himself show you a large room on the housetop (chapter LXXXII, item 147) furnished
and ready. There make the preparations for us.
16 The disciples went to the city and found what he had said to them: They prepared the Passover.
17 When it was evening he went to the twelve.
18 While they were eating at the table, Jesus said: Truly I say to you: One among you will betray
me: he who eats with me.
19 They began to be sorrowful, and to say to him one by one: Is it I?
20 He answered: It is one among the twelve, he who wets the hand with me in the dish.
21 Cause the Son of the Man goes, even as it is written about him; but ouch! of that man across
whom the Son of the Man is betrayed! It would be better for that man if he hadn't been born!
22 While they were eating, he took bread, blessed Him, divided Him and gave to them, saying:
Take, this is my body.
23 Then he took a cup (calyx), and having given good graces, he gave to them. They all drank of it.
24 So he said to them: This is my blood, the blood of the covenant, which is sneezed for many.
25 Truly I say to you: I will drink never more of the fruit of the vine, until that day when I will
drink it new (grape juice) in the kingdom of God. (Mark, XIV, 12-25).
7 The day of the feast of unleavened bread came. The Passover (Agnus Dei) could be immolated.
8 Jesus sent Peter and John, saying: Go and prepare the Passover for us, to eat.
9 They asked him: Where do you want us to prepare it?
10 He explained: Lo you are entering in the city, there a man bringing a jar of water will meet you.
Follow him to the house where he will go in.
11 Say to the master of the house: The Master asks you: Where is the room, where I will eat the
Passover with my disciples?
12 He will show you a large and furnished room on the housetop. There you will be ready.
13 They went and found everything as he had said. They prepared the Passover.
14 When the hour was come, Jesus sat down, and the apostles with him.
15 He said: With desire I have desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer:
16 Cause I say to you: I won't eat it again, until it be fulfilled in the kingdom of God.
17 He took a cup and having given good graces, he said: Take this and divide it among yourselves.
18 Cause I say to you: Since now on I won't drink of the fruit of the vine, until the kingdom of God
will come.
19 He took bread, and having given good graces, he divided it, and gave to them, saying: This is my
body, which is given for you. Do this in souvenir of me.
20 Likewise after the supper, he took the calyx saying: This cup is the new covenant in my blood,
which will be sneezed for you.
21 However lo, the hand of the betrayer is with me on the table.
22 Because the Son of the Man truly goes, as it has been determined. But ouch! of that man across
whom he is betrayed!
23 Then they began to question among themselves, who was to do this thing. (Luke, XXII, 7-23).
4 But the Lord sent a great wind over the lake, and there was a mighty tempest over the lake, so the
boat was to be divided. (chapter L, item 103).
6 So the master of the boat said to him: What do you mean, sleepyhead? Wake up, call your God, if
so, your God will think in us, for that we don't perish.
9 He answered: I am hebrew and I fear the Lord, the God of heaven, who made the lake and the dry
earth.
12 He said: Take me and cast me in the lake. So the lake will be calm to you. Because I know that
this great tempest is over you because my cause.
14 Then they cried to the Lord, and said: We beseech you, Lord Jesus, let us not perish for this
man's Life. Don't lie innocent blood over us, because you have done as you agreed.
15 So they took Jonah and cast him in the lake; and the lake ceased its fury. (chapter XIX, 49).
16 Then the men feared the Lord extremely. They offered a sacrifice to the Lord, and made Hosts.
(Jonah, I, 4, 6, 9, 12, 14-16 - chapter LXXVIII).
52 The jews therefore debate one with another, saying: How can this man give us his flesh to eat?
53 Jesus answered them: Truly, truly I say to you: If you don't eat the flesh of the Son of the Man
and drink his blood; you aren't alive yourselves.
54 He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal Life, and I will resurrect him at the last
day.
55 Cause my flesh is true food and my blood is true beverage.
56 He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me, and I inside him. (John, VI, 52-56 -
chapter XLIII, item 85).
159. The clock is the top of the house. All the twelve apostles betrayed Jesus when they asked the
Passover. They asked that Jesus were immolated. In that night the apostles ate the flesh which they
had prepared: a young killed sheep.
21 After Jesus had said this, he shook his Spirit and witnesses: Truly, truly, I say to you that one
among you will betray me.
22 Then the disciples looked one to the others, doubting of him.
23 One among his disciples, who Jesus loved, was on Jesus' knee (bosom) at the table.
24 Simon Peter signed across him and said to him: Tell us about whom he is speaking.
25 Then he cuddled more on Jesus' chest and asked him: Lord, who is he?
26 Jesus answered: He is that to whom I will give the wet chunk of bread. So he took a hunk of
bread, wet and gave to Judas, the son of Simon Iscariot.
27 And after the mouthful, suddenly Satan entered in him. Then Jesus said to him: What you do, do
quickly.
28 None at the table understood what he aimed when he spoke this to him.
29 Because Judas had the bag, they thought that Jesus said: Buy the things we need for the feast or
that he would give something to the poor.
30 Having received the mouthful, he went out straightway. And it was night. (John, XIII, 21-30).
21 From that time Jesus began to show to his disciples, that he must go to Jerusalem, and suffer
many things under the elders, main priests and registrars, and be killed, and resurrect in the third
day.
22 Peter called him apart, and began to reprove him, saying: Have mercy on you, Lord; this
will never happen to you!
23 But he turned, and said to Peter: Get out of my back, Satan! You are a stone of scandal to me,
because you don't mind the things of God, but yes the things of men. (Matthew, XVI, 21-23 -
chapter LI).
160. John, the loved disciple, was homosexual. Judas Iscariot goes to the Council of the Jews to
deliver Jesus to the ones who paid the thirty silver coins. Jesus was certain that his father, Publius
Lentulus, would save him using violence.
7 Wake up oh! sword! against my Shepherd and against the man who is my consort, said the Lord
of Hosts. Strike the Shepherd and the sheeps will be scattered. But I will give my hand to the least
ones. (Zechariah, XIII, 7).
31 After Judas' departure, Jesus said: Now the Son of the Man is glorified and God is glorified in
him.
32 God is glorified in him. God will glorify him in himself. He will glorify him straightway.
33 Little children, yet a little while I AM with you. You will seek me. But as I said to the jews, I say
to you: Where I go, you can't go.
34 New commandment I give to you: Love one to the other, thus as I have loved you, you will
also love one to the other.
35 By this all men will know that you are my disciples: If you have love one for the other.
36 Simon Peter asked him: Lord, where do you go? Jesus answered: Where I go, you can't follow
me now. But you will follow me later.
37 Peter replied him: Lord, why can't I follow you now? I will lie down my Life for you.
38 Jesus answered: Will you lie down your Life for me? Truly, truly I say to you: The cock won't
cluck, till you have denied me three times. (John, XIII, 31-38).
31 Then Jesus said to them: All you will scandalize against me tonight. Because it is written: I will
strike the Shepherd and the sheeps of the flock will be scattered.
32 But after I AM resurrected, I will go before you to Galilee.
33 But Peter answered: Even if all will be scandalized against you, I will never be scandalized.
34 Jesus replied: Truly I say to you: This night, before the cock clucks, you will deny me three
times.
35 Peter said to him: Even if I must die with you, yet I won't deny you. Likewise all the disciples
also said. (Matthew, XXVI, 31-35).
27 Jesus said to them: All you will scandalize yourselves, because it is written: I will strike the
Shepherd and the sheeps will be scattered.
28 However, after I AM resuscitated, I will go before you to Galilee.
29 But Peter said: Although all will scandalize themselves, yet I won't ever!
30 Jesus answered: Truly I say to you, that today, even tonight, before the cock clucks twice, you
will deny me thrice.
31 But he spoke more vehemently: If I must die with you, I won't deny you. Likewise they all also
said. (Mark, XIV, 27-31).
31 Simon, Simon, lo, Satan demanded you to me, to sift you as wheat!
32 But I besought for you, for that your faith doesn't loose. And when you proselyte yourself,
straighten your brothers.
33 But he answered: Lord, I am ready to go to prison as much to death with you.
34 Jesus replied: I tell you, Peter, the cock won't cluck today, until you will deny that you know me
thrice. (Luke, XXII, 31-34).
161. Jesus says that Simon Peter would succumb because he knew that he didn't rely in being saved
by his father.
1 Don't let your heart beat. Believe in God, believe also in me.
2 In my Father's house there are many homes. If it weren't so, I would have told you. Cause I go
to prepare a place for you.
3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and I will receive you in myself. For
that where I AM, there you will also be.
4 And you know the way where I go.
5 Thomas said to him: Lord, we don't know where you go. How do we know the way?
6 Jesus answered: I AM the Way, the Truth, and the Life. None come to the Father, but by me.
7 If you had known me, you would have known my Father also. Since now on you know him and
have seen him.
8 Philip replied: Lord, show us the Father. This is enough for us.
9 Jesus said to him: How long have I been with you, but you haven't known me, Philip? He who
has seen me, has seen the Father; how do you say: Show us the Father?
10 Don't you believe that I AM in the Father and the Father is in me? The words that I say to
you I don't speak by myself, but the Father who lives in me does his works.
11 Believe me that I AM in the Father, and the Father is in me. At least believe in me for the cause
of the works.
12 Truly, truly, I say to you, he who believes in me, he will also do the works that I do. And he
will do works greater than these. Because I go to the Father.
13 Whatever you will ask in my name, that I will do, for that the Father will be glorified in the Son.
14 If you will ask anything in my name, that I will do.
15 If you love me, you will keep my commandments.
16 And I will pray to the Father, and he will give you another Consoler, who can be with you for
ever:
17 The Spirit of Truth, to whom the world can't receive, because it can't regard him, neither
know him. But you will know him, because he will live with you and he will be in you.
18 I won't leave you inconsolable. I will come to you.
19 Yet a little while, and the world won't regard me anymore. But you will regard me, because I
live, you will live too.
20 In that day you will know that I AM in my Father, and you are in me, and I AM in you.
21 He who has my commandments and keeps them, he is who loves me. And he who loves me will
be loved by my Father, and I will love him, and I will manifest myself to him.
22 Judas, not Iscariot (Jude Thaddaeus), said to him: Lord, what is coming to pass that you will
manifest yourself to us, but not to the world?
23 Jesus answered: If anyone loves me, the one will keep my word, and my Father will love him,
and we will come to him, and we will make Our Home with him.
24 He who doesn't love me, doesn't keep my words; and the word which you hear isn't mine, but
from the Father who sent me.
25 I have spoken these things to you, while yet living with you.
26 But the Consoler, to whom the Father will send the Holy Spirit in my name, he will teach you
all things, and will bring to your souvenir all that I said to you.
27 I leave peace with you. I give my peace to you. I don't give the peace to you as the world gives.
Don't let your Heart beat, neither don't be fearful.
28 You heard what I said to you: I go away, but I will come to you. If you loved me, you would
have rejoiced, because I go to the Father, because the Father is greater than I AM.
29 I have said this to you now, before it will come to pass, for that when it will come to pass, you
can believe.
30 I won't talk much more to you, because the governor of this world does come, and he has
nothing in me.
31 However the world must know that I love the Father. And I do according to the orders of the
Father. Stand up, let's go from here. (John, XIV, 1-31).
44 None can come to me if the Father (who sent me) won't bring him; and I will resurrect him in
the last day. (John, VI, 44).
162. The House of the Father has many Homes. Behold any among them: “The primitive worlds,
affecting to the first embodiments of the human soul; the worlds of expiations and trials, where the
evil dominates; the regenerator worlds, where the souls, who has still what to expiate, liquefy
novella strengths, all they reposing themselves against the fatigues of the darkeness; the happy
worlds, where the well wins the evil; the heavenly or godly worlds, hope of the purified Spirits,
where the well reigns without partition. The crust of the earth partitions to the category of the
worlds of expiations and trials, it is because the man there is in target of so many miseries.” (GAS,
III, 4). Jesus wanted to go to the house of Publius and after he also would take his friends.
1 I AM the true vine (vineyard, viticulture - chapter LXX) and my Father is the husband
(householder).
2 Every branch who is in me, but doesn't fructify, he cuts him away. But every branch who fruits,
he cleans him, to produce more fruit.
3 You are already clean because of the word, which I have spoken to you.
4 Live in me and I will live in you. The branch can't fructify himself, except if he lives in the vine.
So you can't, except if you live in me.
5 I AM the vine and you are the branches. He who lives in me, and I in him, the same fruits much.
Because you are able of nothing without me.
6 If a man doesn't live in me, he is cut away as a branch. He will fade. They catch them, cast them
in the fire and they are burned.
7 If you live in me. And my words live in you. You will ask whatever you want, and it will be done
to you.
8 Here my Father is glorified. Fructify much. Thus you will become my disciples.
9 As the Father has loved me, I also have loved you. Live in my love.
10 If you keep my commandments, you will live in my love. Thus as I have kept my Father's
commandments, and I live in his love.
11 I have spoken these things to you, for that my orgasm can be in you, and that your orgasm can be
whole.
12 This is my commandment: Love one to the other, thus as I have loved you.
13 No man has love greater than this: To lie down his Life for his friends.
14 You are my friends, if you do the things, which I command, to you.
15 Since now on I don't I call you servants, because the servant doesn't know what his lord does.
But I have called you friends, because all things that I heard from my Father, I have made you
know.
16 I wasn't chosen by you, but I chose you. And I named you to go and to fruit, and your fruit will
live, for that whatever you will ask to the Father in my name, he can give to you.
17 This I command to you: You can love one to the other. (John, XV, 1-17).
163. Jesus thinks that his father is also homosexual. Jesus doesn't feel jealousy of woman. Jesus
preaches the love among persons of the same sex. "The man is thus formed of three essential parts: -
1st. The naked body is material analogous to the animals, and animated by the same vital principle
of them; 2nd. The soul, embodied Spirit whose body is his habitation; 3rd. The intermediary
principle or perispirit, a half-material substance, which links the 1st part to the Spirit, and unites the
soul to the body. Such a fruit: the seed, the pulp and the peel.” (Allan Kardec, 135, II, of SB). "You
will lie in the front of the book the log of the grapevine (vineyard, vine, viticulture) which we have
designed to you, because he is the emblem of the work of the Creator. All the material principles,
which can represent the body and the Spirit are met united there at the best: the body, this is the log;
the Spirit, this is the (grape) juice; the soul or Spirit united to the matter, this is the seed (zygote).
The man fifthscents the Spirit across the work and you know that this is across the work of the body
that the Spirit reposes the perfumed ones." (Prolegomena of SB). "The man is a little world, which
has the Spirit as director and the body as directed. In this universe, the body will represent a
creation whose God will be the Spirit." (Spirit Quinemant, item 27 of the Chapter II of Genese).
18 If the world hates you, you must know that it has hated me before it hated you. (chapter XXIII).
19 If you belonged to the world, the world would love what it owns. But because you don't
belong to the world, on the contrary I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you.
20 Remember the word that I said to you: A servant isn't greater than his Lord. If they
persecuted me, they will also persecute you. If they kept my word, they will also keep yours.
21 But they will do all these things to you for the cause of my name. Because they don't know him
who sent me.
22 If I hadn't come and spoken to them, they wouldn't have sinned. However now they don't have
an excuse for their sin.
23 He who hates me, hates my Father too.
24 If I hadn't done among them the works which none other did, they wouldn't have sinned. But
now they have seen both and hated both: me and my Father.
25 But this came to pass, for that the word, which is written in their law, be fulfilled: They hated
me without a cause.
26 But when the Consoler will come, whom I will send to you from the Father (the Spirit of
truth), who proceeds from the Father, he will witness about me.
27 And you will also witness, because you have been with me from the principle. (John, XV, 18-
27).
19 Don't let them who are my enemies to reenjoy wrongly over me. Neither let them who hate me
wink their eyes without a cause. (Psalm, XXXV, 19).
164. Jesus knew that he was hated for being homosexual.
1 I have spoken these things to you, for that you don't scandalize yourselves.
2 They will cast you out of the synagogues. Yes, the hour comes, when whoever kills you, will
judge that he is worshipping God.
3 They will do these things, because they haven't known the Father, nor me.
4 But I have spoken these things to you, for that you remember them how I told you when their
hour will come. I didn't say these things to you from the principle. Because I was with you.
5 But now I go to him who sent me. But none among you asks me: Where do you go?
6 On the contrary because I have spoken these things to you, the displeasure filled your heart.
7 However I tell you the truth: It is convenient for you that I go away. Because if I don't go away,
the Consoler won't come to you. But if I go, I will send him to you.
8 When he is come, he will convict the world about the sin, the justice and the judgement.
9 The sin, because they don't believe in me.
10 The straightenment, because I go to the Father and you will regard me no more.
11 The judgement, because the prince of this world has been judged.
12 I have yet many things to say to you, but you can't support them now.
13 But when the Spirit of Truth is come, he will guide you to all the Truth. Because he won't
speak by himself. But he will speak anything whatever he will hear. He will speak to you the things,
which are to come.
14 He will glorify me, because he will receive of what is mine and he will declare it to you.
15 All things whatever the Father has are mine. Therefore I said that he receives of mine and
he will declare it to you.
16 A little while, and you will regard me no more. A little while again and you will see me.
17 Then, some of his disciples whispered one to another: What is this that he said to us: A little
while and you won't regard me? Again a little while and you will see me? And, because I go to the
Father?
18 So they said: What is this that he said: A little while? We don't know what he said.
19 Jesus listened to their thoughts, then he said: Do you question among yourselves concerning this,
that I said: A little while and you won't regard me and again a little while and you will see me?
20 Truly, truly I say to you that you will weep and mourn, but the world will reenjoy. You will be
sorrowful, but your sorrow will become orgasm.
21 When a woman is working (opening herself - making a baby) she has sorrow, because her
hour is come. But when she receives the babe, she remembers no more the affliction, but the
orgasm of having delivered a man to the world.
22 Thus you are sorrowful now. But I will see you again, and your heart will reenjoy, and none
will take your orgasm away.
23 In that day you will ask me no question. Truly, truly, I say to you: If you will ask anything to the
Father, he will answer you in my name.
24 Until now you asked nothing in my name. Ask and you will receive, for that your orgasm be
whole.
25 I have spoken these things to you across cartoons. The hour comes, when I will speak to you
no more across caricatures, but I will tell you in plenary assembly about the Father.
26 In that day you will ask in my name. But I don't say to you that I will pray to the Father for you.
27 Because the Father himself loves you, because you have loved me, and you have believed that I
came from the Father.
28 I came from the Father and I AM come to the world. Again, I leave the world and I go to the
Father.
29 His disciples said: Now you speak in plenary assembly and you speak no cartoon.
30 Now we know that you know all things and you don't need that any man will ask you. Thus we
believe that you came from God.
31 Jesus answered them: Do you believe now?
32 Behold, the hour comes, yes, it is come, when you will be scattered. Each man to his ownself
and you will leave me alone. However I AM not lonely yet, because the Father is with me.
33 I have spoken these things to you, for that you can have peace in me. In the world, you have
afflictions. But have good soul. I have overcome the world. (John, XVI, 1-33).
7 So you, son of man, I have charged you a watchman to the house of Israel. Therefore hear the
word of my mouth and warn them for me.
8 When I say to the evil: Oh! Mean man, you will surely die, but you don't speak to warn the mean
about his way, the mean man will die in his inequality, but I will demand his blood across your
hand.
9 However, if you warn the mean man about his way to proselyte him, but he doesn't proselyte from
his way; he will die in his inequality, but you have delivered your soul. (Ezekiel, XXXIII, 7-9).
165. Jesus bids adieu of the disciples. “The Spirits, certain persons say, do they signal (teach) to us
a novel moral, anything of superior to this which the Christ has said? If this moral is other than that
of the Gospel, to whom is the Spiritism good? This fold seems singularly to that of the caliph Omar
talking about the library of Alexandria: ‘If she contents, he said, but this who has the Leather there,
she is useless, so the fault will scald her. If she introduces another thing, she is mean, so the fault
still will scald her.” (VIII of the conclusion of the SB). The Spirits “render the experts and the
diplomas from the truths who had summer signaled but under caricatural form. And attached to the
moral, they come to explain the most abstracted problems of the psychology.” (VIII of the
conclusion of SB).
1 Jesus spoke these things, fixed his eyes in the heaven and said: Father, the hour is come; glorify
your Son, for that the son will glorify you.
2 Thus you gave him authority over all flesh, for that he would give eternal Life to all whom you
have given to him.
3 This is eternal Life: That they know you: The unique true God and him who you sent: Jesus
Christ.
4 I glorified you on the earth, having accomplished the work, which you have given to me to do.
5 Now, Father! Glorify me with your ownself across the glory, which I had with you before the
world existed.
6 I manifested your name to the men whom you have given to me out of the world (item 163): They
were yours, but you gave them to me and they have kept your word.
7 Now they know that all things whatever you have given to me are from you.
8 Because I have given the words which you gave to me for them. And they received them. Truly
they knew that I came from you and they believed that you sent me.
9 I pray for them: I don't pray for the world, but for those whom you have given to me, because they
are yours.
10 Gold, all things that are mine are yours. And yours are mine. And I AM glorified in them.
11 I AM no more in the world, but these are in the world while I go to you. Holy (pure) Father,
keep them, whom you have given to me, in your name, for that they will be one, as we are one.
12 While I was with them, whom you have given to me, I kept them in your name. And I guarded
them, and none among them loosed oneself, but the son of the downfall (abyss), for that the
Scripture would be fulfilled.
13 But now I go to you. And I speak these things in the world, for that they can have my whole
orgasm in themselves.
14 I have given your word to them. But the world hated them, because they don't belong to the
world, as I AM not too.
15 I don't pray for that you take them out from the world, but that you guard them against the evil
one.
16 They don't belong to the world, as I AM not from the world.
17 Sanctify them in the Truth: Your word is the Truth. (Watch John, I,1).
18 As you sent me to the world, I also sent them to the world.
19 I sanctify myself for their causes, for that they themselves also can be sanctified in the Truth.
20 I don't pray only for these, but also for them who believe in me across your word.
21 For that they can all be one, as you, Father, is in me, and I AM in you. That they also will be
one in us, for that the world will believe that you sent me.
22 I have given to them the glory which you have given to me, for that they will be one, as we are
one.
23 I in them, and you in me, for that they can be perfected in the unity, for that the world will know
that you sent me, and loved them, as you loved me.
24 Father, I desire that also they, whom you have given to me, be with me where I AM, for that
they can regard my glory, which you have given to me, because you loved me before the foundation
of the world.
25 Just Father, the world didn't know you. But I knew you. And these understood that you sent me.
26 I made them know your name and I will make you known, for that you are in them and I AM in
them with the love which you loved me. (John, XVII, 1-26).
48 Therefore you will be perfect as your heavenly Father is perfect. (Matthew, V, 48).
13 You will be perfect as the Lord, your God. (Deuteronomy, XVIII, 13).
40 The disciple isn't superior to his Master, but every one who will be perfect, will be as his Master.
(Luke, VI, 40).
26 You will be Holy for me, because I, Jesus (the Lord), AM Holy. And I have put you apart from
the peoples, for that you will be mine. (Leviticus, XX, 26).
166. Jesus prays to his father before the disciple and expresses his desires.
LXXXVIII – The two swords
9 Don't carry gold, nor silver, nor brass in your belts;
10 neither saddlebag for your journey, neither two coats, nor sandals, nor crook; because the worker
is worthy of his food. (Matthew, X, 9-10).
12 Therefore I will divide him in parts to the great ones, and he will divide the spoil with the strong
ones, because he spilled his soul to the death, and he was numbered with the transgressors; yet
he showed the sin of many and made intercession for the transgressors. (Isaiah, LIII, 12).
35 Jesus asked them: When I sent you without saddlebag, or purse, or sandals, did anything lack to
you? They answered: Nothing.
36 He said to them: But now, he who has a purse, let him take it, likewise a saddlebag; and he who
doesn't have a sword, let him sell his cape and buy a sword.
37 Cause I say to you, that this, which is written, must be fulfilled in me: And he was counted
among the transgressors. Because what concerns about me has been fulfilled.
38 They said: Lord, lo two swords! He answered: It is enough. (Luke, XXII, 35-38).
167. Jesus orders the disciples to buy swords for defending themselves, cause he knew that they
wanted to kill him because of the lies.
LXXXIX – Jesus worships the Father at the Mount of Olives
30 Then they sang a hymn (bellicose chant - because of the swords) and went out to the mount of
Olives. (Matthew, XXVI, 30).
26 They sung a hymn (chant of war) and went out to the mount of Olives. (Mark, XIV, 26).
36 Then Jesus came with them to a place called Gethsemane, and said to his disciples: Sit down
here while I go to the beyond to pray.
37 He took Peter and the two sons of Zebedee with him, and began to be sorrowful and indignant.
38 Then he said to them: My soul is extremely sad, even to death. Remain here and watch with me.
39 And he went forward a little, fell on his face and prayed: My Father, if it be possible, let this cup
pass far from me! However, don't be as I want, but as you want.
40 And he came to the disciples and met them sleeping. He said to Peter: So you couldn't watch
with me one hour?
41 Watch and pray (chapter LXXXII)! For that you don't succumb to temptation. Truly the spirit is
ready, but the flesh is weak.
42 He went there and prayed again: My Father, if this cup can't pass, except I drink it, your wish be
done.
43 And he came again and met them sleeping, because their eyes were heavy.
44 He left them again and went to pray a third time, repeating again the same words.
45 Then he came to the disciples and said: Sleep and soothe! Behold the hour is come. The Son of
the Man is betrayed in the hands of sinners.
46 Wake up! Come on! Behold, the traitor is coming. (Matthew, XXVI, 36-46).
32 Then they went to a place called Gethsemane. There he said to his disciples: Sit down here,
while I pray.
33 And he took Peter and James and John with him, and began to be greatly stupefied and sorry
troubled.
34 He said to them: My soul is deeply sad even to death. Stay here and watch.
35 He went forward a little, fell on the ground, prayed for that, if it were possible, that hour would
pass far from him.
36 And he said: Abba, Father, all things are possible to you. Pass this cup far from me; however
don't be as I want, but according to you.
37 He came and met them sleeping. He said to Peter: Simon, do you sleep? Couldn't you watch one
hour?
38 Watch and pray, for that you don't enter in temptation. Truly the spirit is willing, but the flesh
is weak.
39 He went and prayed again repeating the same words.
40 He came and met them sleeping, because their eyes were very heavy. They didn't know what to
answer to him.
41 And he came the third time and said to them: Sleep and soothe! It is enough! The hour is come.
Behold the Son of the Man is betrayed to the hands of sinners.
42 Wake up! Come on! Behold the traitor is coming. (Mark, XIV, 32-42).
39 And he went, as his custom, to the mount of Olives, and the disciples also followed him.
40 When he was at the place, he said to them: Pray for that you don't succumb to temptation.
41 And he aparted from them about a pelt and he kneeled praying:
42 Father, if you want, put this cup far from me; however don't do my will, but yours.
43 Then an Angel from heaven appeared to him, hugging him.
44 His Heart hated him, so he prayed more deeply. His tears and sweat became as drops of blood
falling down on the ground.
45 He rosed his prayer and went to the disciples. He met them sleeping unfortunately.
46 He said to them: Why do you sleep? Rose and pray! For that you don't succumb to temptation.
(Luke, XXII, 39-46).
1 Even I spoke the languages of the men and angels, but I didn't have love (charity), I would be as
brass sounding, or cymbals (nails) tinkling. (1 Corinthians, XIII, 1).
168. Finished the saint supper, the disciples sang a bellicose hymn in choral without
instruments, cause they were ready to use the two swords: “Soon demand if he has a form of
worshipping there more convenient, cause it would be demanding if he is more agreeable to God of
being inside one language more than another. I say to yet once: the chants reach to Him, but across
the pain (door) of the heart.” (654 of SB). “However the vulgar Spirits can prove a certain pleasure
to understand your music, because it isn't given to them the comprehending of a more sublime one.”
(251 of SB). The music of the Earth attracts inferior Spirits, so Kardec recommends the silence.
“The true spiritist doctrine is inside the teaching given by the Spirits, and the knowledge which this
teaching comports, is much deep for being able to be reached but by a serious study and followed,
made inside the silence and the retirement;” (XVII of Introduction of SB). Jesus prayed repentant
because he was gathering a tempest. The disciples had drunk wine and eaten meat (flesh) and didn't
reach to stay awaked. Cause the alcohol causes impotency, depression, rottenness of the vital organs
and other diseases, so much pain. Publius was there and told to him that they would kill him
because of the lies and of his desire of being king. His speech was very exaggerated because he was
feminine.
XC – Jesus is arrested
39 And this is the will of him who sent me: That I don't lose anyone of all those who he gave to
me; but I will resurrect him in the last day. (John, VI, 39 - chapter XLIII).
1 When Jesus had spoken these words, he went with his disciples along the brook Kidron, where
there was a garden, where he entered in himself and his disciples.
2 Now Judas, the traitor, knew that place. Because Jesus was there many times with his disciples.
3 Then Judas received the platoon of guards and officers from the main priests and the pharisees. So
he went there with lanterns, torches and weapons.
4 Jesus knew all the things that were coming to him, therefore he went forward and asked to them:
Who do you seek?
5 They answered: Jesus from Nazareth. Jesus said to them: I AM. Now Judas, the traitor, also was
there with them.
6 Suddenly when he said to them: I AM, they went backward and fell on the earth.
7 He asked them again: Who do you seek? They said: Jesus Nazarene.
8 Jesus answered: I told you that I AM. If you seek me, let these go away.
9 For that the word, which he had spoken, could be fulfilled: I don't lose anyone of all those who
he gave to me.
10 Suddenly Simon Peter unsheathed a sword which he brought and struck the servant of the
highest priest, cutting his right ear. Now the name of the servant was Malchus.
11 But Jesus said to Peter: Sheathe the sword! I won't drink the cup (chapter LXXXIX), which the
Father gave to me. (John, XVIII, 1-11).
47 While he yet spoke, lo, Judas, one of the twelve, came, and with him a great multitude with
swords and clubs, from the main priests and the elders of the people.
48 Now the traitor gave them a sign: Whoever I will kiss, that is he: Arrest him.
49 Straightway he approached to Jesus and said: Save Master! And kissed him.
50 However Jesus said to him: Friend, favor of whom did you come? Then they came and lay
their hands on Jesus, arresting him.
51 Lo one among them who were with Jesus extended his hand, drew his sword and attacked
the servant of the highest priest, cutting his ear.
52 Then Jesus said to him: Sheathe your sword again. Cause all they who take the sword will
perish across the sword.
53 Don't you think that I can beseech to my Father, and he would send me more than twelve
legions of angels immediately?
54 How then would the scriptures be fulfilled, if this doesn't happen?
55 In that moment Jesus said to the multitudes: Did you come out with swords and clubs as against
a robber to hunt me? I sat down daily in the temple teaching, but you didn't arrest me. (chapters
XIII, XLV, XLVII, LXI).
56 But all this is coming to pass, for that the Scriptures of the prophets would be fulfilled. Then all
the disciples left him, fleeing. (Matthew, XXVI, 47-56).
43 Soon, while he yet spoke, Judas came, one of the twelve, and with him a multitude with swords
and clubs, from the main priests, the registrars and the elders.
44 Now the traitor had given a signal to them: Whoever I will kiss, that is he; arrest him and guide
him safely.
45 When he came, straightway he went to him and said: Master! And kissed him.
46 So they lay their hands on him and arrested him.
47 But a certain one among them drew his sword and attacked the servant of the highest
priest cutting his ear.
48 Jesus said to them: Did you come out with swords and clubs, as against a robber, to arrest me?
49 Daily I was with you in the temple teaching, but you didn't arrest me. However this is done
for that the Scriptures be fulfilled.
50 Then they all left him, fleeing.
51 A certain teenager followed him, having a towel over his naked body. They lay their hands
on him.
52 But he left the towel and fled nude. (Mark, XIV, 43-52).
47 While he yet spoke, lo a multitude came and he who was called Judas, one of the twelve, went
ahead them. He approached to Jesus to kiss him.
48 But Jesus said to him: Judas, do you betray the Son of the Man with a kiss?
49 When they who were around him saw what would happen, they said: Lord, will we smack
across the sword?
50 A certain one among them struck the servant of the highest priest cutting his right ear.
51 But Jesus aided saying: Suffer farther. And he touched his ear healing him.
52 Then Jesus said to the main priests, captains of the temple and elders who came against him: Did
you come out, as against a robber, with swords and clubs?
53 When I was daily with you in the temple, but you didn't put your hands against me. But
this is your hour and the power of darkness. (Luke, XXII, 47-53).
1 I AM the true vine (vineyard, viticulture - chapter LXX) and my Father is the husband
(householder).
13 No man has love greater than this: To lie down his Life for his friends.
14 You are my friends, if you do the things, which I command to you. (John, XV, 1 and 13-14 -
chapter LXXXVII).
16 He had seven stars in his right hand. A sharp two-edged sword comes from his mouth. His image
was like to the sun brightening in his might.
17 When I saw him, I fell at his feet as one dead. And he lay his right hand on me, saying: Don't
fear. I AM the first, the last,
18 and the Living One. I was dead, but behold, I AM alive eternally. I have the keys of the death
and of Hades (abyss). (Revelation I, 16-18).
5 If anyone desires to hurt them, fire will come from their mouth and will devoure their enemies. If
anyone will desire to hurt them, surely, he must die. (Revelation, XI, 5).
10 If anyone is for prison, he goes to prison. If anyone will kill across the sword, he must be killed
across the sword. Here is the patience and the belief of the saints. (Revelation XIII, 10).
169. Jesus was hidden in the darkness with Peter and James and John. Jesus tried to confront them,
but they had light and guns and they were many. Peter bruised Malchus with the sword for
defending himself. The naked teenager is the proper evangelist John Mark, son of Publius and of
Live, brother of Jesus, who was there for satisfying homosexual sexual desires. Judas kissed Jesus
for citing his sin. Jesus was arrested and the disciples fled.
XCI – Peter denies Jesus
15 Simon Peter and another disciple followed Jesus. That disciple was known by the highest priest.
He entered in with Jesus in the courtesy of the highest priest.
16 But Peter stood outside at the door. So the other disciple, who was known by the highest priest,
went out and spoke to her who kept the door and brought Peter in.
17 Then the virgin who kept the door asked to Peter: Aren't you also one of the disciples of this
man? He answered: I AM not.
18 Now the servants and the guards were there. They made a fire of coals; cause it was cold. They
were warming themselves. Peter also was with them, warming himself too.
25 Now Simon Peter was there warming himself. Therefore they asked him: Are you also one of his
disciples? He denied: I AM not.
26 One of the servants of the highest priest, blood relative of him whose ear Peter had cut, asked:
Didn't I see you in the garden with him?
27 Therefore Peter denied again: Straightway the cock clucked. (John, XVIII, 15-18 and 25-27).
54 They arrested him and conducted him to the high priest's house. But Peter followed from far.
55 They kindled a fire in the middle of the courtesy, they sat down together. Peter sat in the middle
of them.
56 And a certain maid saw him sat in the light of the fire. She looked fixedly to him and said: This
man also was with him.
57 But Peter denied, saying: Woman, I don't know him.
58 After a little while another saw him, and said: You are also one of them. But Peter answered:
Man, I AM not.
59 After the space of about one hour another self-confident affirmed, saying: Truly this man also
was with him, because he is a galilaean.
60 But Peter said: Man, I don't know what you say. Suddenly, while he yet talked, the cock
clucked.
61 Then the Lord turned fixing His eyes in Peter. And Peter remembered the word of the Lord,
how he had said to him: Today before the cock clucks you will deny me thrice.
62 So Peter went out and wept bitter drops. (Luke, XXII, 54-62).
69 Now Peter was sat out in the courtesy. A maid came to him, saying: You also were with Jesus,
the galilaean.
70 But he denied him before them all, saying: I don't know what you say.
71 When he was gone out to the porch, another maid saw him and said to them who were there:
This man also was with Jesus from Nazareth.
72 And he denied again with an oath: I don't know such man.
73 After a little while they who were there came and said to Peter: Truly you also are one of them,
because your speech tells who you are.
74 Then he began to curse and to swear: I don't know this man! Immediately the cock clucked.
75 Then Peter remembered the word which Jesus had said: Before the cock clucks, you will deny
me three times. He went out and wept bitter. (Matthew, XXVI, 69-75 - chapter LXXXIX).
66 Peter was beneath in the courtesy. One of the maids of the high priest came.
67 She saw Peter warming himself, fixed her eyes in him, and said: You also were with Jesus, the
Nazarene.
68 But he denied: I neither know, nor understand what you say. And he went out to the porch. And
the cock clucked.
69 The maid saw him and began again to say to them who were there: This is one of them.
70 But he denied him again. And after a little while, they who were there said to Peter: Truly you
are one of them, because you are also a galilaean.
71 But he began to curse and to swear: I don't know this man of whom you speak!
72 Suddenly the second time the cock clucked. Then Peter remembered the word, which Jesus said
to him: Before the cock clucks twice, you will deny me thrice. Then he knew himself and watered
to wept. (Mark, XIV, 66-72).
170. In the Saint Supper (chapter LXXXVII) Peter had said that he would lie his Life for Jesus, but
Jesus knew that he wouldn't be saved by his father. None was certain that Peter was there because it
was dark.
XCII – Jesus is inquired by the council of the jews
12 So the platoon and the officer and the guards of the jews arrested Jesus tieing his hands.
13 They conducted him to Annas first. Because he was father-in-law of Caiaphas, who was the
highest priest of that year.
14 Now Caiaphas was he who counseled to the jews to be convenient that one man would die for
the people. (chapter LXII).
19 Then the high priest asked Jesus about his disciples and his doctrine.
20 Jesus answered him: I have spoken publicly to the world. I ever taught in synagogues and in the
temple, where all the jews rejoin themselves. I spoke nothing secretly.
21 Why do you question me? Ask them who have heard me, what I spoke to them. Behold, these
know the things which I said.
22 When he had said this, one of the guards, who were there, slapped Jesus, saying: Thus do you
answer the highest priest?
23 Jesus replied him: If I have spoken evil, witness the evil. But if spoke well, why did you slap
me?
24 So Annas sent him, with tied hands, to Caiaphas, the highest priest. (John, XVIII, 12-14 and 19-
24).
14 And God said to Moses: I AM WHO I AM. And more: Thus you will say to the sons of Israel: I
AM sent me to you.
15 And God said more to Moses: Thus you will say to the children of Israel: The Lord, the God of
your fathers (patriarchs, ancients), the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob, has
sent me to you; this is my name eternally, and this is my memorial to all generations. (Exodus, III,
14-15).
66 At the reveille, the council of the patriarchs of the people was rejoined: the main priests and the
registrars. They conducted him to their council, saying:
67 If you are the Christ, tell us. But he answered: If I tell you, you won't believe.
68 If I ask you, you won't answer.
69 From now on the Son of the Man will be sat at the right hand of the might of God.
70 They all said: Then are you the Son of God? He answered: You said that I AM.
71 They cried: What necessity do we have of more witness? Because we ourselves heard from his
own mouth.
63 The men who arrested Jesus mocked him and beat him
64 blinding his eyes. They said: Prophesy: Who did beat you?
65 And many other things they spoke against him, slandering him. (Luke, XXII, 63-71).
53 They took Jesus to the highest priest. They rejoined all the main priests, the elders and the
registrars with him.
54 Peter had followed from far him even to inside of the courtesy of the highest priest. He was sat
among the guards, and warming himself in the light of the fire. (Revelation, III, 15-16).
55 Now the main priests and the whole council searched witnesses against Jesus to convict him to
death, but they didn't encounter.
56 Cause many witness falsely against him, but their witnesses didn't agree.
57 Certain ones stood up to witness falsely against him, saying:
58 We heard him saying: I will destroy this temple that is made through hands and I will build
another made without hands in three days.
59 Not even so did their witnesses agreed.
60 The highest priest stood up in the middle and asked Jesus: Do you answer nothing to these
witnesses against you?
61 But he shut up answering nothing. The highest priest asked him again saying to him: Are you
the Christ, the Son of the Blessed God?
62 Jesus answered: I AM and you will see the Son of the Man sat at the right hand of the
Almighty and coming across the clouds of heaven.
63 Then the highest priest ripped his clothes and said: What necessity do we have of more
witnesses?
64 You heard the blasphemy: What do you think? And they all condemned him to be worthy of
death.
65 Some began to spit on him. They covered his face and slapped him saying: Prophesy! And the
guards smacked their hands in him. (Mark, XIV, 53-65).
57 They who had arrested Jesus conducted him to the house of Caiaphas, the highest priest, where
the registrars and the elders were rejoined.
58 But Peter followed him from far, until the courtesy of the highest priest, entered in and sat
among the guards to see the end.
59 Now the main priests and the whole council searched false witnesses against Jesus, in order to
convict him to death.
60 They didn't encounter, although many false witnesses had come. But afterworld two came
61 saying: This man said: I AM able to destroy the temple of God and to build it again in three
days.
62 The highest priest stood up and said to him: Don't you answer anything to these witnesses
against you?
63 But Jesus shut up. The highest priest said to him: I adjure you by the Living God, that you tell
us if you are the Christ, the Son of God.
64 Jesus answered: It was said by you. However I say to you: From now on you will see the Son
of the Man sat at the right hand of the Almighty and coming from the clouds of heaven.
65 Then the highest priest ripped his dresses, saying: He cursed! What witnesses do we need more?
Behold, now you heard the curse!
66 What do you think? They answered: He is worthy of death.
67 Then some spit in his face and beat him. Others slapped him, saying:
68 Prophesy to us, Oh! Oh! Christ! Who is he who slapped you? (Matthew, XXVI, 57-68).
39 But I say to you: Don't resist to do the evil; but if someone slap you on your right cheek, turn to
him the other also. (Matthew, V, 39).
22 But I say to you: Everyone, without cause, who is angry with his brother will be in danger of the
judgment; and who insult his brother will be in danger of the court; and who say: You are fool, will
be in danger of the flames. (Matthew, V, 22).
15 I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I would like that you were cold or hot!
16 So because you are warm, neither hot nor cold, I will spew you out of my mouth.
17 Because you say: I am rich. I have wealth. I need nothing. However you don't know that you are
bad-beatified, miserable, poor, blind and naked. (Revelation, III, 15-17).
171. Eles undressed Jesus because the teenager John Mark was nude.
XCIII – Judas Iscariot commits suicide
1 When the aurora came, all the main priests and the elders of the people counsel themselves
against Jesus to put him to die.
2 They tied his hands, conducted him and delivered him to Pilate, the governor.
3 Then Judas, the traitor, when he saw that he was condemned, regretted himself and brought the
thirty silver coins to the main priests and elders, saying:
4 I have sinned in betraying innocent blood. But they answered: What does it mind to us? These
troubles are yours.
5 Then Judas cast the silver coins in the temple and went away. He went to hang himself.
6 And the main priests took the silver coins, and said: It is not lawful to lie them in the treasury,
cause this is the price of blood.
7 They counseled themselves, and bought the field of the potter with them, to be cemetery of
foreigners.
8 Therefore that field was called, the Field of Blood, until this day.
9 Then what was spoken across Jeremiah the prophet was fulfilled: They took the thirty silver coins,
the price of him who was priced, whom certain of the children of Israel appraised.
10 They gave them for the field of the ceramist, thus the Lord ordered me. (Matthew, XXVII, 1-10).
16 Brothers, it was necessary the accomplishment of the Scripture spoken by the Holy Spirit by the
mouth of David before concerning Judas, who was guide of them who arrested Jesus.
17 Because he was numbered among us and received his part in this ministry.
18 Now this man acquired a field with the price of his inequality. He fell head first, his body was
divided in the middle, and all his entrails were spilled.
19 This became known by all the inhabitants of Jerusalem, such that field was called Akeldama in
their language, this means, the Field of Blood. (Acts of the Apostles, I, 16-19).
1 The word of Jesus, the Lord, to Jeremiah:
2 Stand up, go down to the house of the ceramist. There you will hear my words. (Jeremiah, XVIII,
1-2).
6 Jeremiah said: The word of Jesus came to me, saying:
7 Behold Hanamel the son of Shallum, your uncle, will come to you, saying: Buy my field which is
in Anathoth, cause the right of redemption is yours. Buy it.
8 So my first cousin Hanamel came to me in the courtesy of the guard and said to me according to
the word of Jesus: I pray to you. Buy my field which is in Anathoth, in the land of Benjamin.
Because the rights of inheritance and redemption are yours. Buy it for yourself. Then I understood
that this was the word of Jesus (the Lord).
9 I bought the field which was in Anathoth of Hanamel my cousin. I weighed him the money:
seventeen shekels of silver.
10 I signed the scripture and sealed it. I called witnesses and weighed him the money in the
balances.
11 I took the scripture of the purchase: the sealed one, according to the law and customs, and the
opened one.
12 I delivered the scripture of the purchase to Baruch, the son of Neriah, the son of Mahseiah, in the
presence of Hanamel, my cousin, and before the witnesses who signed the scripture of the purchase,
before all the jews who were sat in the courtesy of the guard.
13 Before them I ordered Baruch, saying:
14 Thus says Jesus of Hosts, the God of Israel: Take these scriptures, this scripture of the
purchase, the sealed one and the opened one, and put them in a body of clay, for that they can be
conserved.
15 Thus says Jesus of Hosts, the God of Israel: Houses, fields and vineyards will yet again be
bought in this land. (Jeremiah, XXXII, 6-15).
12 I said to them: If you think well, give me my salary; but if not, don't give. So they weighed thirty
silver coins for my salary.
13 Then Jesus said to me: Cast it to the ceramist, the goodly price that I was priced by them. I took
the thirty silver coins and cast them to the ceramist, in the House of Jesus.
14 Then I divided my other rod, called Union, in order to break the friendship between Judah and
Israel.
15 Jesus said to me: Take to you yet again the instruments of a foolish shepherd.
16 Because lo I will create a shepherd in the land, who won't visit those who are sick, neither will
seek those who are scattered, nor heal that who is hurt, nor feed that who is healthy; but he will
eat the flesh of the fat sheep. He will pull their nails away.
17 Ouch! of the unworthy shepherd who leaves the flock! The sword will be on his arm and on
his right eye. His arm will be clean dried up and his right eye will be absolutely darkened.
(Zechariah, XI, 12-17).
12 The mercenary, who is not a shepherd, who does not own the sheep, beholds the wolf coming,
and leaves the sheep, and escapes, then the wolf carries them, and disperses them.
13 The mercenary escapes because he is mercenary, and he doesn't care about the sheep.
14 I AM the good shepherd; and I know my sheep, and they know me,
15 just as the Father knows me, and I know the Father; and I give my Life for the sheep. (John, X,
12-15).
172.
172. Judas is the arcanum 12 of the Tarot: The Hanged Man. He tied a rope to the foot, lassoed the
branch of the tree and pulled. After he loosened the rope and fell from great height dividing himself
in the middle. Judas repented himself because he didn't want the death of Jesus, only a
chastisement.
XCIV – Jesus in face of Herod
1 The whole company of them stood up and brought him before Pilate.
2 And there they began to accuse him, saying: We met this man perverting our nation: forbidding to
pay tribute to Caesar and saying that he himself is the Christ, the King.
3 Then Pilate asked him: Are you the King of the Jews? Jesus answered: You said.
4 Pilate said to the main priests and to the multitudes. I meet no fault in this man.
5 But they insisted more and more: He agitates the people, teaching across all Judaea, from Galilee
even until here.
6 When Pilate heard this, he asked if that man was a galilaean.
7 When he knew that he was of the jurisdiction of Herod, he sent him to Herod, who himself also
was at Jerusalem in these days.
8 When Herod saw Jesus, he became extremely gay, cause he desired to see Jesus a long time ago.
He had heard concerning him and he hoped that he would make some signal for him.
9 He questioned him in many words, but Jesus answered nothing to him.
10 The main priests and the registrars were accusing him there vehemently.
11 But Herod and his soldiers despised and mocked him. They adorned him in a spectacular royal
clothing and sent him back to Pilate.
12 Herod and Pilate became friends between them that very day. Cause they were enemies one
against the other. (Luke, XXIII, 1-12).
173. The accusation of the pharisees was true. Jesus proved to be descendent of Davis and son of
Herod Arklaus.
XCV – Jesus in face of Pilate
11 Now Jesus was standing up before the governor. The governor questioned him: Are you the
King of the Jews? Jesus answered: You said.
12 When he was accused by the main priests and elders, he answered nothing.
13 Then Pilate said to him: Don't you hear how many accusations they witness against you?
14 He answered not even one word. Such the governor admired him longly.
15 Now, at the feast of the Passover, the governor was used to loose a prisoner to the people,
according to their election.
16 In that occasion they had a famed (starving) prisoner, called Barabbas.
17 Therefore when the people were rejoined, Pilate asked them: Who will you want that I loose for
you? Barabbas or Jesus who is called Christ?
18 Cause he knew they had delivered him for envy.
19 While he was sat on the judgment, his wife ordered to say to him: Don'thing to this just man;
because I suffered many things in a dream today because of him.
20 But the main priests and the elders persuaded the people to ask for Barabbas and to make Jesus
die.
21 Again the governor asked: Which between these two will you want that I loose for you? They
answered: Barabbas!
22 Pilate replied them: Then what will I do to Jesus who is called Christ? They all answered: Let
him be crucified!
23 Pilate asked: Why? What evil has he done? But they cried very aloud more and more: Let him be
crucified!
24 So when Pilate saw that he persuaded nothing, but he increased the tumult, he took water and
washed his hands (chapterXLIV) before the people, saying: I am innocent of the blood of this
just man. You see this.
25 And all the people answered: His blood spills over us and over our children! (chapter LXXX).
26 Then he loosed Barabbas to them. But Jesus was whipped and delivered to be crucified.
27 Then the soldiers of the governor took Jesus to the Praetorium and rejoined all the platoon of
praetor judges.
28 They undressed him and clothed the spectacular royal toga on him.
29 They weaved a thorny crown of roses and crowned his head. They put a reed (scepter) in his
right hand. They kneed before him and mocked him: Save! King of the Jews!
30 They spat on him, took the reed and smacked it on his head.
31 After mocking him, they took the toga from him and dressed him on him his own clothes. Then
they conducted him to be crucified. (Matthew, XXVII, 11-31).
1 Straightway in the morning the main priests, the elders, the registrars and the whole council
counseled themselves, tied Jesus'hands and brought him to deliver to Pilate.
2 Pilate questioned him: Are you the King of the Jews? Jesus answered: You said.
3 Then the main priests accused him of many things.
4 Pilate asked him again: Don't you answer anything? Lo how many accusations they do against
you!
5 But Jesus answered no more. Such that Pilate regarded him.
6 Now at the feast of the Passover he used to loose one prisoner to them, whom they asked to him.
7 There was one, called Barabbas, arrested with them who had made a rebellion against the
resurrection. They had committed murder in a tumult.
8 The multitude came and began to ask him to do as he was used to do to them.
9 Pilate answered them: Will you want that I loose the King of the Jews for you?
10 Cause he perceived that the main priests had delivered him for envy.
11 But the main priests stimulated the multitude to loose Barabbas to them.
12 But Pilate asked again: Then what will I do to him whom you call the King of the Jews?
13 They cried again: Crucify him!
14 But Pilate said to them: Why? What evil has he done? But they cried each more and more:
Crucify him!
15 Then Pilate, wanting to content the multitude, loosed Barabbas to them and delivered Jesus to be
crucified after whipping him.
16 Then the soldiers took him to the Praetorium inside the Tribunal and they rejoined the whole
platoon of praetor judges.
17 They clothed the spectacular royal toga on him. They weaved a thorny crown of roses and
crowned him.
18 They saluted him: Save! King of the Jews!
19 They smacked his head with a reed, spat on him and bowing their knees, they worshipped him.
20 After mocking him, they undressed the spectacular royal toga of him and dressed on him his
own clothing. So they conducted him to be crucified. (Mark, XV, 1-20).
13 Then Pilate rejoined the main priests, the authorities and the people.
14 He said: You brought this man to me as perveter of the people. Lo I examined him before you,
but I found no fault in this man according to the things, which you accuse him.
15 Nor even Herod, cause he sent him back to us. Thus nothing worthy of death has been done by
him.
16 Therefore I will whip and loose him.
17 He needed to loose one prisoner to them at every feast of the Passover.
18 But the multitude cried: Away with this man! Loose Barabbas to us!
19 One who made a rebellion against the resurrection in the city and having killed one, was cast in
prison.
20 Pilate spoke to them again, desiring to loose Jesus.
21 But they shouted: Crucify him! Crucify him!
22 Then he said to them the third time: Why? What evil has this man done? I have found no cause
of death against him. Therefore I will whip him and loose him.
23 But they cried more and more aloud, asking that he would be crucified. Their shouts prevailed.
24 Then Pilate gave sentence that what they asked would be done.
25 He loosed that who was arrested for being against resurrection and for murder, whom they asked
for. But Jesus was delivered to their volition. (Luke, XXIII, 13-25).
28 After they took Jesus from Caiaphas to the Praetorium. It was early in the morning. They
themselves didn't enter in the Praetorium, for not to be spotted, so that they could eat the Passover.
29 Then Pilate went out to talk to them, and said: What accusation do you bring against this man?
30 They answered: If this man were not an evil-doer, we wouldn't have delivered him to you.
31 So Pilate replied to them: Take him yourselves. Judge him according to your law. The jews
answered to him: Our law prohibits us of killing whoever.
32 For that the word of Jesus would be fulfilled, meaning the way of dying he would die.
33 Pilate entered again in the Praetorium, called Jesus and asked him: Are you the King of the
Jews?
34 Jesus answered: Did you ask this by yourself, or did others tell it to you concerning me?
35 Pilate replied: Am I a jew? Your own nation and the main priests delivered you to me. What
have you done?
36 Jesus answered: My kingdom is not of this world. If my kingdom was of this world, then my
servants would fight, for that I wouldn't be delivered to the jews. But now my kingdom isn't from
here.
37 Then Pilate said to him: So are you king? Jesus answered: You said that I AM a king. I have
been born for this. I AM come to the world for this end: to witness the Truth. Every one who is of
the Truth hears my voice.
38 Pilate asked him: What is the Truth? (chapter LXXII) After saying this, he went out again to
the jews, and said to them: I find no crime in him.
39 You have a custom, that I loose one for you at the Passover. Will you want that I loose the King
of the Jews for you?
40 Then they all cried again: Not this man, but Barabbas! Now Barabbas was a thief.
1 Thus Pilate took Jesus and ordered to whip him.
2 The soldiers weaved a thorny crown of roses and crowned his head. They clothed a spectacular
royal toga on him.
3 They came to him and said: Save! King of the Jews! And they slapped him.
4 Again Pilate went out and said to them: Lo I bring him out to you, for that you know that I find no
crime in him.
5 So Jesus came out, using the thorny crown of roses and the spectacular royal toga. Pilate said to
them: Lo the man!
6 When the main priests and their guards saw him, they cried: Crucify him! Crucify him! Pilate said
to them: Take him yourselves and crucify him, because I find no crime in him.
7 The jews answered: We have a law. According to the law, he must die, because he made
himself the Son of God.
8 When Pilate heard this, he became more afraid.
9 He entered in the Praetorium again and said to Jesus: Where are you from? But Jesus gave no
answer to him.
10 So Pilate diverted him: Don't you answer me? Don't you know that I have power to loose you
and to crucify you?
11 Jesus answered: You would have no power against me, if your power wasn't given to you from
above you. Therefore he who delivered me to you has greater sin.
12 From now on Pilate searched to loose him, but the jews shouted: If you looses this man, you
aren't Caesar's friend! Every one who makes himself a king is against Caesar!
13 When Pilate heard these words, he brought Jesus out, and sat down on the judgment at a place
called The Pavement, but in hebrew, Gabbatha.
14 Now it was the Preparation of the Passover. It was about the sixth hour. He said to the jews: Lo
your King here!
15 But they shouted: Away with him! Away with him! Crucify him! Pilate said to them: Will I
crucify your King? The main priests answered: We have no king, but Caesar!
16 Then Pilate delivered him to them to be crucified. (John, XVIII, 28 to XIX, 16).
1 Listen to me, islands! Hear peoples from far! Jesus (the Lord) has called me from the uterus; from
the entrails of my mother he has mentioned my name.
2 He has made my mouth as a sharp sword. He has hidden me in the shadow of his hand. He has
made me a polished arrow. He guarded me in his quiver.
3 He said to me: You are my servant: Israel, in whom I will be glorified. (Isaiah, XLIX, 1-3).
13 Lo, my servant will act judiciously, he will be exalted and elevated and he will be very high.
14 As many were surprised before you (his face was so more disfigured than any man, but his form
was more than the sons of men).
15 So he will rain many nations. Kings will shut their mouths before him. Because that which hadn't
been told to them, they will see. And that which they hadn't heard, they will understand.
1 Who has believed in our message? To whom has the arm of Jesus been revealed? (Isaiah, LII, 13
to LIII, 1).
4 Surely he has suffered our pains. He carried our repentances. We yet esteemed him hurt, smacked
by God and afflicted.
5 But he was wounded by our transgressions. He was bruised by our inequalities. The whiplash of
our peace was on him. We were healed by his wales.
6 We were all like lost sheeps. We were avoiding by own way. But Jesus has lain on him the
inequalities of us all.
7 He was oppressed. Yet when he was afflicted, he didn't open his mouth. As a lamb who is
conducted to the butcher. As a dumb sheep who is before her shears, he didn't open his mouth.
8 He was taken by oppression and judgment. Who among his generation has considered that he was
cut out of the earth of the living by the transgression of my people to whom the struck was due?
9 They made his grave with the wicked, but he was with a rich man in his death. Although he had
done no violence, neither there was any deceit in his mouth. (Isaiah, LIII, 4-9).
11 He will see the work of his soul and he will be satisfied. My just servant will justify many by the
knowledge of himself. He will suffer their inequalities.
12 Therefore I will divide him in parts to the great ones, and he will divide the spoil with the strong
ones, because he spilled his soul to the death, and he was numbered with the transgressors; yet he
showed the sin of many and made intercession for the transgressors. (Isaiah, LIII, 11-12).
174. Herod had investigated the genealogy of Jesus and confirmed that He was King of the Jews
(chapter LXXIX). Therefore, Herod dressed Him as a King. Herod was King of the Galilee (chapter
LXXIX) and dressed Him in his clothes of the color of the blue blood (arterial blood, oxygenated
blood) of Jesus. The roman centurion Publius Lentulus (chapter XVIII, item 47 Herod Arklaus, king
of the Judaea, Emmanuel, Abraham, king David) wove the perfumed crown of roses, crowned Him
and worshipped his son. Publius was with jealousies of his wife Live (Mary from Bethany -
chapters XXIX, LXII and LXIII - Hagar) who undressed once more to try to have a sexual relation
with Pilate for avenging of her husband. Live asked Pilate to kill Jesus because he was adulterine
son of her husband. She believed that Jesus wanted to be the king of the Judaea in the place of her
husband. She wanted that her husband killed the pharisees for having fame and money again.
Besides, Live (Mary from Bethany) discovered that John Mark (her son) was with the disciples.
Jesus wanted to be with his father (her husband). Live presumed that certain apostle had had
homosexual sexual relation with her son. Live tried to catch her son, but Jesus impeded her of
taking His brother because she didn't leave Him stay with His father. To Pilate the accusation of
that Jesus was son of God or God was inappropriate. Pilate used signals to talk to the jews. Herod
Arklaus, disguised of roman centurion, served hashish, a extract, resin of purified hemp in secret to
his son Jesus and to the two thieves for that they didn't feel any pains when they would be nailed
with spikes on the cross. They wouldn't give even screams of anger.
XCVI – The crucifixion
1 Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? This means: My God, my God, why did you leave me? Why am I so
far from the salvation? Why are you so far from the words of my weep?
2 My God, I shout in the daylight, but you don't answer me. And I am not silent tonight.
3 But you are Holy, you inhabits the praises of Israel.
4 Our fathers trusted in you. They trusted and you saved them.
5 They mourned to you and they were saved. They trusted in you and they weren't humiliated.
6 But I am a worm, not a man. I am reprehended by the men. I am despised by the people.
7 All they who see me mock of me. They show their tongue. They deny through the head. (+)
8 Trust in Jesus! Let Him deliver him! Let Him save him, cause he has pleasure in Him. (#)
9 However you are he who took me out of the uterus. You made me trust when I was on the breasts
of my mother.
10 I was cast to you from the uterus. You are my God since my mother conceived me.
11 Don't be far from me. Cause my trouble is near. There is none to aid me.
12 Many bulls surround me. Strong bulls from Bashan pursue me.
13 They drool their mouths against me. As the starving lion roaring.
14 I pissed myself. All my bones dreaded of fear. (+) My heart is like wax, it melted inside me.
15 My vigor dried itself as a potsherd. My tongue glues in the roof of the mouth. You have brought
me to the dust of death.
16 Dogs surround me. A band of evil-doers fences me. They crossed my hands and my feet. (*)
17 I can count all my bones. They are looking to me and confronting me.
18 They divided my clothes among them. They gambled my coat. (+)
19 But don't be far from me, Jesus. You, my aid. Haste yourself in aiding me.
20 Save my soul from the sword. My Life from the teeth of the dog.
21 Save me from the mouth of the lion. Yes, from the horns of the wild herbivores, you have
answered me.
22 I will declare your name to my brothers. I will praise you in the middle of the assembly.
23 You who fear Jesus, praise Him. All you the seed (descendents) of Jacob. Glorify Him and
worship Him all you the seed of Israel.
24 Cause he hasn't despised nor hated the pain of the afflicted. Neither He has hidden His face from
him. But when he shouted to Him, He heard.
25 My praise in the great assembly comes from you. I will pay my pains before them who fear Him.
26 The tame will eat and be satisfied. They who seek after Him will praise Jesus. Let your heart live
for ever.
27 All the ends of the earth will remember and proselyte themselves to Jesus. All the families of the
nations will worship before you.
28 Cause the kingdom is Jesus. He governs the nations.
29 All the fat ones of the earth will eat and worship. All they who go down to the dust will bow
before Him. Even he who can't keep his own Life.
30 The seed will serve Him. They will tell about Jesus to the next generation.
31 They will come to declare His justice. They will tell to the people who will be born, what He
has done. (Psalm XXII, 1-31).
32 When they came out, they met a man from Cyrene (Africa), called Simon. They forced him to
go with them in order to carry the cross.
33 They came to a place called Golgotha, which means: The Place of the Cranium.
34 They gave wine to him to drink blended with gall (taste of soap). After proving it, he didn't want
to drink.
35 After they had crucified him (*), they divided his clothes among them, making gamble. (+)
36 They sat down and watched him there.
37 They put his accusation written above his head: THIS IS JESUS THE KING OF THE JEWS.
(chapter XCIV).
38 Two robbers were crucified with him: One at the right hand and other at the left hand. (chapter
LVIII and LXXXIV).
39 They who passed complained against him, denying through their heads. (+)
40 They said: You who destroy the temple and build it again in three days! Save yourself, if you
are the Son of God. And come down from the cross! (chapter LXXXII).
41 Likewise also the main priests with the registrars and elders mocked of him:
42 He saved others, but he can't save himself (#). He is the King of Israel! Let him come down
from the cross now and we will believe in him.
43 He trusted in God! Let Him deliver him now. If he has pleasure in Him (#). Cause he said: I
AM the Son of God.
44 And the robbers who were also crucified with him cast the same reprobations on him.
45 Now from the sixth hour there was darkness over all the earth until the ninth hour.
46 About the ninth hour Jesus shouted aloud: Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? This means: My God, my
God, why did you leave me? (Psalm XXII, 1).
47 And some of them who were there, when they heard this, said: This man calls Elijah.
48 Straightway one of them ran, took a sponge, filled it in vinegar, put it on his reed (scepter -
chapter XCV) and gave him to drink.
49 The others said: Leave him. Let us see if Elijah comes to save him. (chapter LXXIX).
50 And Jesus shouted again aloud and delivered his Spirit. (#)
51 Lo the veil (curtain) of the temple was torn in two from the top to the bottom. The earth
dreaded. (+) The stones were torn.
52 The tombs were opened. Many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep appeared.
53 They came out of the tombs after Jesus' resurrection. They entered in the holy city and appeared
to many.
54 When the centurion and those who were with him watching Jesus saw the earthquake and the
things which were passing, they feared extremely (+) and said: Truly this was the Son of God.
55 Many women were there observing from far, who had followed Jesus from Galilee, ministering
to him.
56 Mary Magdalene, Mary, the mother of James and John (the wife of Zebedee - chapter LVIII),
were among them. (Matthew, XXVII, 32-56).
9 I went to the angel to say him to give me the little book. Than he told me: Take it and devour it.
Surely it will be bitter in your stomach, but it will be sweet as honey in your mouth.
10 I took the little book from the hand of the angel and devoured it. It was sweet as honey in my
mouth. However, my stomach became bitter after eating it. (Revelation, X, 9-10).
21 They obliged Simon from Cyrene, the father of Alexander and Rufus, who was passing,
coming from the field, to go with them, to carry his cross.
22 They brought him to the Golgotha, which means: The place of the Cranium.
23 Beforehand they offered wine mixed with myrrh (scent) to him. But he didn't take it.
24 Then they crucified him. They divided his clothes among them. They raffled them to know what
each one would take. (+)
25 It was the third hour when they crucified him.
26 In the top of the cross his accusation was written over: THE KING OF THE JEWS.
27 They crucified two robbers with him: One at his right hand and other at his left hand.
28 And the scripture was fulfilled: He was numbered with the transgressors. (Isaiah, LIII, 12 -
chapter XCV).
29 They who were passing complained against him, denying through their heads, and saying: Ah!
You who destroys the temple and builds it again in three days!
30 Save yourself and come down from the cross!
31 Likewise the main priests with the registrars also mocked of him among themselves: He saved
others, but he can't save himself.
32 Come down now from the cross Christ, the King of Israel, for that we see and believe. They who
were crucified with him also reproached him.
33 When the sixth hour came, there was darkness over the whole earth until the ninth hour.
34 At the ninth hour Jesus shouted aloud: Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? Which means: My God, my
God, why did you leave me?
35 Some of them who were there, when they heard this, they said: Lo he calls Elijah!
36 And one ran, filled a sponge in vinegar, put it on his reed (scepter - chapter XCV), gave him to
drink, saying: Leave him. Let us see if Elijah comes to take him down.
37 But Jesus shouted aloud and gave the ghost.
38 And the veil (curtain) of the temple was torn in two from the top to the bottom.
39 When the centurion, who was before him, saw that thus he gave the ghost, he said: Truly this
man was the Son of God.
40 Some women were also there observing from far: Mary Magdalene, Mary (chapter LVIII), the
mother of both James, the minor, and of John, and Salome (chapter LXXIX) among them.
41 Who, when Jesus was in Galilee, they followed him, ministering to him. And many other women
who came up with him to Jerusalem. (Mark, XV, 21-41).
26 When they conducted him, they lay their hands on one Simon Cyrenaic, who was coming
from the field, they lay the cross on him, to carry it after Jesus.
27 A great multitude of the people followed him there with women who touched the right breast
and lamented him. []
28 But Jesus turned to them and said: Daughters from Jerusalem, don't weep for me, but weep for
yourselves and for your children! []
29 Because the days are coming when they will say: Well-beatified are the sterile, whose uterus
never conceived, whose breasts never suckled. []
30 Then they will begin to say to the mountains: Fall over us! And to the hills: Cover us!
31 Cause if they do these things to the green tree, what won't they do to the dry firewood?
32 And there were also two others, malefactors, conducted with him to be put to die.
33 When they came to the place which is called The Cranium, there they crucified him and the evil-
doers: One at his right hand and the other at his left hand.
34 However Jesus said: Father, forgive them, because they don't know what they do. Then they
divided his clothes among them, they cast their probabilities to the hazard. (+)
35 The people who was there observed everything. And the authorities also mocked of him saying:
He saved the others. Leave him save himself, if he is the Christ of God, his chosen. (#)
36 Likewise the soldiers also mocked him and coming to him, they offered vinegar to him
37 saying: If you are the King of the Jews, save yourself.
38 There was also an inscription above him: THIS IS THE KING OF THE JEWS.
39 One of the crucified evil-doers complained against him: Aren't you the Christ? Save yourself and
us.
40 But the other answered, reprehending him: Don't you even fear God, being under the same
condemnation?
41 We are indeed according to the justice, because we receive the due reward for our acts. But
this man has done nothing wrong.
42 He said: Jesus, remember me when you will come in your kingdom.
43 He said to him: Truly I say to you: Today you will be with me in the Paradise.
44 It was now almost the sixth hour. The sun darkened the whole earth until the ninth hour.
45 And the veil (curtain) of the temple was torn in the middle.
46 Then Jesus shouted aloud: Father, I recommend my Spirit to your hands! And having said this,
he delivered the ghost.
47 When the centurion saw what had happened, he glorified God, saying: Truly this man was just.
48 And all the multitudes who rejoined to this sight, when they saw what succeeded, returned
smacking their chests. (Luke, XXIII, 26-48).
17 Therefore they took Jesus. He went out, suffering the cross himself to the place called The Place
of the Cranium, which is called in hebrew: Golgotha.
18 Where they crucified him with two others: One at each side and Jesus in the middle.
19 Pilate also wrote a title and put it on the top of the cross. It was written: JESUS FROM
NAZARETH, THE KING OF THE JEWS.
20 Many of the jews read this title, because the place where Jesus was crucified was near to the city.
It was written in hebrew, in latin, and in greek.
21 The main priests said to Pilate: Don't write: The King of the Jews, but that he said: I AM the
King of the Jews.
22 Pilate answered: What I wrote is written.
23 Therefore the soldiers, after they had crucified Jesus, took his clothes and made four parts, to
each soldier a part; and also the coat. But the coat was without sewing, woven from the top to the
bottom. (+)
24 They said one to others: Let us not tear it, but cast our luck in the hazard, whose will it be? For
that the scripture would be fulfilled, which says: They divided my clothes among them. They
gambled my clothes. (+)
25 However his mother; his mother's sister; Mary, the wife of Clopas and Mary Magdalene were
there attached to the cross of Jesus.
26 When Jesus saw his mother and the loved disciple (chapter LXXXVII, 160), he said to his
mother: Woman, lo your son!
27 Then he said to the disciple: Lo your mother! From that hour on the disciple took her to his own
home.
28 After, Jesus knew that all things were finished. In order to accomplish the scripture, he said: I
AM thirsty.
29 There was a vase full of vinegar. They put a sponge full of the vinegar on his reed (scepter -
chapter XCV) of hyssop (medicinal plant) and brought it to his mouth.
30 Therefore when Jesus had received the vinegar, he said: It is consumed! He bowed his head and
delivered his Spirit.
31 So the jews, because it was the eve of the Passover, for that the bodies wouldn't remain on the
cross on the saturday (cause that day of the saturday was a great day), asked to Pilate for that their
legs would be broken and they would be taken out.
32 The soldiers went and broke the legs of the first and of the other who was crucified with him.
33 But when they came to Jesus, they saw that he had already been dead, then they didn't break
his legs.
34 However one of the soldiers crossed his side and straightway blood and water came out.
35 He who has seen has suffered the witness. And his witness is true. And he knows that he says the
Truth, for that you also believe.
36 These things came to pass to fulfill the scripture: None of his bones will be broken.
37 And again another scripture says: They will look at him whom they crossed. (John, XIX, 17-37).
46 The lamb of the Passover will be eaten in one house. You won't carry any of the flesh out of the
house; neither you will break a bone. (Exodus, XII, 46).
10 I will spill the spirit of grace and of supplication over the house of David. And over the
inhabitants of Jerusalem. They will look at me to whom they have crossed. They will weep for him,
as one mourns for his only son. They will be in bitterness for him, as one who is in bitterness for his
first-born. (Zechariah, XII, 10).
175. In the way to the Golgotha Jesus consoled those women (trees) who lamented His death. When
he arrived there, his father Abraham ("angel" Gabriel - Publius Lentulus - Emmanuel - Cain)
offered wine perfumed with myrrh to calm Him against the pains of the crucifixion. In the third
hour after the aurora, Jesus was crucified. The robbers drank the wine. Publius said to one that it
was wine with gall and to the others that it was vinegar to deceive them. The wine of the father was
sweet as honey, but bitter as acid. The reed of medicinal hyssop was a signal of the father for that
Jesus would take the wine. But Jesus asked to the father to pass the calyx of wine far from Him
(chapter LXXXIX). Jesus asked to the father Abraham to forgive the roman soldiers, which took the
clothes of Jesus in spite of His mother be there. In the sixth hour, Adam, the first-born of the Bible,
a very ancient Spirit (Genesis, II - my friend Cláudia Marques de Oliveira) recognized that we must
fear God and accepted his faults. Jesus said that He would take him back to the Paradise and
recommended him to the father. Immediately the earth darkened. In the ninth hour the light of the
world, the sun, came back and Jesus shouted the psalm XXII and his father offered to Him again the
sedative reed. But Jesus at the second time refused the calyx of wine. The mother of John evangelist
(chapter LVIII) was there. She had asked for that her sons would sit down at the right hand and at
the left hand of Jesus (chapter LXXXIV). But the heaven and the hell were destined to the Spirits of
those robbers who were crucified with Him. Jesus punished that mother delivering John evangelist
to the cares of Mary the Holiest. Jesus asked the calyx of the bitternesses to the father Abraham and
at this third time, Jesus drank it to deliver the Spirit immediately, when the sedative of the alcohol
with its sicknesses wouldn't have more effect. Jesus had said that he only would turn to drink the
juice of the grape in the kingdom of His father (chapter LXXXVII). Jesus drank the wine with
hyssop all the times, but he kept the mouth swelled, after he salivated and spited the spittle for that
they didn't perceive that he took the wine sedative of the pains. “Jesus Christ, existing in form of
God, he didn't make of being equal to God a usurpation, but he emptied his selfishness, taking the
form of a servant, becoming alike to the men. Being met with human image, he bemeaned himself,
being obedient even to death and the death of the cross. Because of this God exalted him to the
highest degree and gave to him the name, which is above every name. Thus every knee bend before
the name of Jesus, in heaven, on earth and under the earth. And every tongue proclaims: Jesus
Christ is the Lord in the glory of God the Father.” (Letter of Paul to the Philippians, II, 6-11).
Publius salved him because he was his father and because he judged injust the death of Jesus. Jesus
has already been chastened.
XCVII – The guard of the sepulcher
57 When the evening was finishing, Joseph, a rich man from Arimathaea, who himself was also
disciple of Jesus, came.
58 This man went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus. Then Pilate commanded to give him to
him.
59 And Joseph took the body and wrapped him in a clean linen cloth.
60 And he lay him in his own new tomb, which he had sculptured in the rock. He rolled a great
stone to the door of the tomb and went away.
61 Mary Magdalene and the other Mary (Mary from Bethany, the sister of Lazarus - chapters
XXIX, LXII and LXIII) were there, sat down before the tomb.
62 In the next day, which is the day after the eve (the Saturday of the Passover), the main priests
and the pharisees were rejoined before Pilate and
63 saying: Governor, we remember that the deceiver said while he was yet alive: After three days I
will resurrect.
64 Command therefore that the sepulcher be guarded safely until the third day, for that his
disciples don't come and steal him and say to the people: He resurrected from the dead! And the last
deceit will be worse than the first.
65 Pilate said to them: You have a guard. Go and watch so sure as you can.
66 So they went and made the sepulcher safe, sealing the stone and leaving the guard there.
(Matthew, XXVII, 57-66).
38 After these things Joseph from Arimathaea, being a disciple of Jesus, although secretly, for fear
of the jews, asked from Pilate that he allowed him to carry the body of Jesus. Pilate allowed. Then
he went and carried his body.
39 And Nicodemus also came, he who firstly came to him by night, bringing a mixture of
myrrh and aloes (about a hundred pounds - 1 pound = 453,59 grams - chapters X, 15, XLV,
92 and LXIII).
40 So they took the body of Jesus and wrapped him in linen cloths with the scents, according to the
custom of the jews to avoid stinking.
41 In the place where he was crucified there was a garden, and in the garden a new tomb where
none had been lain.
42 Then there because of the eve of the jews (cause the tomb was near) they lay Jesus. (John, XIX,
38-42).
42 When the evening was finishing, because it was the eve (of the Passover), the day before the
saturday,
43 Joseph from Arimathaea came, a counselor of honorable property, who also himself was hoping
for the kingdom of God, he went courageously to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus.
44 But Pilate admired that he had already died. He called the centurion to him and asked him if he
had been dead.
45 When he was informed by the centurion, he gave the body to Joseph.
46 He took him down, wrapped him in a linen cloth, which he had bought and lay him in a tomb
which had been excavated in a rock. He rolled a stone before the door of the tomb.
47 Now Mary Magdalene and Mary, the mother of John, observed where he was lain. (Mark, XV,
42-47).
49 And all his friends and the women who followed him from Galilee, remained from far seeing
these things.
50 Lo certain man called Joseph, who was a counselor, a good and just man
51 (who hadn't agreed with the council and his actions), a man from Arimathaea (Samaria), a city of
the jews, who was hoping the kingdom of God.
52 This man went to Pilate and asked for the body of Jesus.
53 He took him down and wrapped him in a linen cloth. He lay him in a tomb which was excavated
in a rock, where none had yet been lain.
54 It was the day of the eve (of the Passover) and the saturday was beginning.
55 The women, who had come with him from Galilee, following saw the tomb and how his body
was lain.
56 They returned and prepared scents and balsams. On the saturday, they rested according to the
commandment. (Luke, XXIII, 49-56).
176. In that time the hour was counted according to the position of the sun. The sixth hour was,
therefore, midday. Jesus was considered dead a little after the ninth hour. Pilate was still there and
Joseph from Arimathaea asked the body of Jesus. Joseph from Arimathae and Nicodemus carried
the body of Jesus until the grave of Joseph from Arimathae which was very near there. Both
designed a body of Jesus in the bloooded sheet according to the last request of the moribund. The
women followed them. Mary from Bethany (chapters XXIX, LXII and LXIII) remembered that
Jesus wanted to be perfumed. The two men and some women went to seek perfumes. Nicodemus
was the first to come in the beginning of the night of saturday (twelfth hour - the next day began
when the night fell) carrying 45,359 kilograms of perfume. The pharisees and the main priests saw
Mary from Bethany there and they remembered of the resurrection of Lazarus. Then they asked to
Pilate (who didn't keep the saturday) a guard. Pilate gave them the roman soldiers who were there.
They took the soldiers to the grave. They waited that the women would perfume Jesus. They closed
the tomb and they sealed it with roman signs. They left the guard watching and went away to guard
the saturday. Mary from Bethany was roman and she was disguised of christian and she couldn't be
seen thus by her husband and roman senator Publius. The roman centurion Publius, father of Jesus,
went until the guard, taked Jesus out of the tomb and cured him with olive oil.
XCVIII – Jesus vanishes from the grave
1 After the saturday, while the first daylight of the week was beginning (reveille), Mary
Magdalene and the other Mary came to see the sepulcher.
2 Lo there was a great earthquake, because an angel of the Lord descended from heaven, came
and rolled away the stone. He sat down on the stone.
3 His appearance was as lightning. His clothing was white as snow.
4 The watchers (roman soldiers) shook of fear of him and became as if they were dead.
5 But the angel said to the women: Don't fear. Because I know that you seek Jesus who was
crucified.
6 He isn't here. He resurrected as he said. Come to see the place where the Lord lay.
7 Go quickly and tell his disciples: He is resurrected from the dead. Lo he goes before you to
Galilee (chapters LXXXVII, 161 and CII). You will see him there. That will be as I tell you!
8 They departed quickly from the tomb with fear and great happiness. They ran to take the word to
the disciples. (Matthew, XXVIII, 1-8).
1 When the saturday had passed, Mary Magdalene (chapter LXXVIII); Mary, the mother of
James (chapter LVIII), and Salome (chapter LXXIX), bought scents to anoint him.
2 And very early on the first day of the week. They came to the tomb when the sun was
arising.
3 They were saying among themselves: Who will roll the stone for us out of the door of the tomb?
4 Looking they saw that the stone has already been rolled out. It was extremely big.
5 They entered in the tomb and they saw a young man sat at the right side, dressed in a white
toga. They were frightened.
6 But he said to them: Don't fear. You seek Jesus, the Nazarene, who was crucified. He resurrected.
He is here no more. Lo the place where they had lain him!
7 But go, tell his disciples and Peter: He goes before you to the Galilee. There you will you see him,
as he said to you.
8 They went out, flying from the tomb, because they were shaking and frightened. They said
nothing to any one, cause they were afraid. (Mark, XVI, 1-8).
1 But on the first day of the week, early in the aurora, they came to the tomb, bringing the scents
which they had prepared.
2 They found the stone rolled out from the tomb.
3 They entered in, but they didn't meet the body of the Lord Jesus.
4 It happened that, while they were perplexed about this, lo, two men appeared to them in brilliant
clothing.
5 As they were frightened, they bowed down their faces to the earth. They said to them: Why do
you seek the living among the dead?
6 He isn't here, but resurrected. Remember how he spoke to you when he was yet in Galilee,
7 saying: The Son of the Man must be delivered to the hands of sinful men. He will be crucified.
He will resuscitate in the third day. (chapter LI).
8 Then they remembered his words.
9 They returned from the tomb and told all these things to the eleven and to all the rest.
10 Now they were Mary Magdalene; Joanna (Joanna de Ângelis) and Mary, the mother of James.
The other women who were with them also told these things to the apostles.
11 But these words seemed a lie. They didn't believe in them.
12 But Peter stood up and ran to the tomb. He curved himself and looked in. He boiled before the
linen cloths. He departed to his home, marveled of what was coming to pass. (Luke, XXIV, 1-12 -
witness of the ex-mother of John).
1 On the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene came to the tomb early, while it was yet dark,
and saw the stone rolled out from the tomb.
2 Then she ran. She went to Simon Peter and to the other disciple whom Jesus loved (John - chapter
LXXXVII, 160), and said to them: They have taken the Lord out of the tomb and we don't know
where they have lain him.
3 So Peter and the other disciple went toward the tomb.
4 They ran both attached, but the other disciple ran more than Peter coming firstly to the tomb.
5 He curved himself and looking in, he saw the lain linen cloths, but he didn't enter in.
6 Then Simon Peter also came, following him, and entered in the tomb. He also saw the lain linen
cloths.
7 However the napkin, which was on his head, wasn't with the linen cloths, but left in a place
apart.
8 Then the other disciple, who came first to the tomb, also entered in, saw and believed.
9 Cause they hadn't comprehended the scripture yet, according to which he would resurrect from
the dead.
10 So the disciples went away again to their own home. (John, XX, 1-10 - witness of John).
177. The friday of the crucifixion (1st day), the saturday (2nd day) and in the sunday Jesus had
already resurrected. Mary Magdalene and the other women wanted to renovate the scents of the
body of Jesus. They would continue their work initiated by Nicodemus and by Joseph from
Arimathaea, the good samaritan (LXXVIII), the stepfather of Jesus (IX), who thought the wounds
of Jesus. The friends of Jesus cleaned His body and perfumed Him whole.
XCIX – Jesus appears to Mary from Magadan
11 But Mary was at the door of the tomb weeping. So, while she wept, she curved herself and
looked in the tomb.
12 She saw two angels in white sat where the body of Jesus had been lain: One at the head and the
other at the feet.
13 They said to her: Woman, why do you weep? She said to them: Because they have taken my
Lord away and I don't know where they have lain him.
14 After she had said this, she turned herself back and saw Jesus standing up, but she didn't
recognize that he was Jesus.
15 Jesus asked her: Woman, why do you weep? To whom do you seek? She, supposing him to be
the gardener, said to him: Mister, if you have carried him from here, tell me where you have lain
him and I will take him away.
16 Jesus said to her: Mary! She turned herself and answered in hebrew: Rabboni (which means:
Master)!
17 Jesus said to her: Don't touch me. Cause I AM not yet ascended to the Father. But go to my
brothers and say to them: I will ascend to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God.
18 Then Mary Magdalene came and told to the disciples: I have seen the Lord! And told that he
have said these things to her. (John, XX, 11-18).
9 Now when he was resurrected early on the first day of the week, he appeared firstly to Mary
Magdalene, from whom he had cast out seven demons.
10 She went and told them that had been with him. They were sad and wept.
11 But they, when they heard that he was alive and had been seen by her, they didn't believe. (Mark,
XVI, 9-11).
9 Lo Jesus met them, saying: Save! They came and hugged his feet and worshipped him.
10 Then Jesus said to them: Don't fear! Go tell my brothers that they depart to Galilee. There they
will see me. (Matthew, XXVIII, 9-10).
178. Mary from Magadan had been freed of seven dead husbands (seven demons). Jesus explained
for not to touch Him because fo the pain.
C – The bribery of the guardsmen of the sealed sepulcher
11 Now, while they (the women) were going, lo some of the (roman) guards went to the city and
told to the main priests all the things that succeeded.
12 They rejoined themselves in council with the elders. They gave a lot of money to the soldiers
saying:
13 Say: His disciples came tonight and stole him while we were sleeping.
14 If this come to the ears of the governor, we will persuade him and loose you of the troubles.
15 So they received the money and did as they were taught. This lie is divulged among the jews
until these days. (Matthew, XXVIII, 11-15).
179. The priests suborned the roman soldiers of the sepulcher to lie. They act according to the
parable of the unfaithful manager (chapter LXXV). They pay for the false witness: “Neither you
will witness falsely against anyone.” (Deuteronomy, V, 20). Live flees from home because Jesus
was in the bed of the couple. Jesus was cured and Publius dismisses of him. Publius goes after Live.
CI – Jesus appears to two disciples on the path to Emmaus
13 Lo two of them were going that very day to a village called Emmaus, sixty furlongs (1 furlong =
201,16 meters) far from Jerusalem.
14 They talked between them about all these things which had succeeded.
15 It came to pass, while they talked and discussed, that Jesus himself approached to them and was
going with them.
16 But their eyes were obfuscated and they wouldn't recognize him.
17 He said to them: What communications are these that you have one to the other, while you walk?
And they stopped looking sad.
18 But one of them, called Cleopas (John, XIX, 25 - chapter XCVI), answered: Are you the only
errant in Jerusalem who doesn't know the things which are come to pass there in these days?
19 He said to them: What things? They said to him: The things concerning Jesus the Nazarene, who
was a prophet, mighty in works and words, before God and all the people.
20 And how the main priests and our authorities delivered him to be condemned to death. And they
crucified him.
21 But we hoped that it was he who would expiate Israel. Yes. But after all this, it is now the third
day since these things came to pass.
22 Besides certain women who accompany us, surprised us having been early in the tomb,
23 they didn't encounter his body. They came saying that they had also seen a vision of angels, who
said that he was alive.
24 Certain men among us who were with us went to the tomb and saw it just as the women had
said. But they didn't see him.
25 Then he said to them: Oh! Dizzy men and delayed of heart to believe in all that the prophets
have spoken!
26 Wasn't it convenient that the Christ would suffer these things and entered in his glory?
27 Beginning from Moses and from all the prophets, he interpreted all the scriptures concerning
himself to them.
28 When they approached to the village to where they were going, he made as if he would go
straight ahead.
29 But they constrained him, saying: Lodge with us, because it is late. (chapter XXIV, item 59).
The day is finishing. And he entered in to lodge with them.
30 It came to pass that when he had sat down with them at the table, he took the bread, blessed
him, divided it and gave to them.
31 Then their eyes were opened, they recognized him, but he vanished before their sight.
32 They said one to the other: Wasn't our heart burning inside us, while he spoke to us in the way,
while he opened the scriptures to us?
33 They stood up that very hour and returned to Jerusalem, where they met the eleven rejoined and
others with them.
34 They said: The Lord is resurrected and has already appeared to Simon!
35 They told what had happened in the way and how he was recognized by them in the dividing of
the bread. (Luke, XXIV, 13-35).
12 After these things he manifested in another form to two among them, while they walked, on their
way to the field.
13 And they went away and told it to the rest. However they didn't believe in them. (Mark, XVI, 12-
13).
11 And in any city or village you will enter in, question who is worthy in it; and there you will
lodge till you go away. (Matthew, X, 11).
4 Let's now bring a few water, wash your feet and rest yourselves under this tree. (Genesis,
XVIII, 4).
180. Jesus was there.
CII – Jesus appears to the eleven disciples, except Thomas, in the Galilee
28 However, after I AM resuscitated, I will go before you to Galilee. (Mark, XIV, 28).
32 But after I AM resurrected, I will go before you to Galilee. (Matthew, XXVI, 32).
16 The eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain (Mount Tabor - chapter LII) which Jesus
had designated to them.
17 When they saw him, they worshipped him, but some doubted.
18 Jesus came to them and spoke: All might has been given to me in heaven and on earth.
19 Go therefore, make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of
the Son, and of the Holy Spirit,
20 teaching them to keep all things whatever I commanded you. Lo, I AM with you always, even
the end of the world. (Matthew, XXVIII, 16-20).
19 When it was evening on that day, the first day of the week. The doors were shut where the
disciples were, for fear of the jews. Jesus came, stopped in the middle and said to them: Peace be
with you!
20 When he had said this, he showed his hands and his side to them. Therefore the disciples were
happy, when they saw the Lord.
21 Therefore Jesus said to them again: Peace be with you! As the Father has sent me, I also send
you.
22 And when he had said this, he blew the exhalation on them, saying to them: Receive the Holy
Spirit.
23 Whoever whose sins you forgive, they are forgiven to them. Whoever whose sins you retain,
they are retained. (John, XX, 19-23).
26 God also said: We will make the man according to our image, in conformity with our likeness.
(Genesis, I, 26).
7 Then Jesus God formed the man from the clay of the ground and he blew the exhalation of the
Life in his nostrils; and the man became a living soul. (Genesis, II, 7).
36 As they spoke about these things, he himself appeared in the middle of them and said to them:
Peace be with you!
37 But they were surprised and frightened. They supposed that they saw a spirit.
38 He said to them: Why are you troubled? Why do questions ascend from your heart?
39 See my hands and my feet, that I AM myself. Touch me and verify, because a spirit doesn't
have flesh neither bones, as you see that I have.
40 When he had said this, he showed them his hands and his feet.
41 Cause they still didn't believe because of the happiness and being wondered, he said: Do you
have anything to eat here?
42 They gave him a piece of a roast fish and a honeycomb.
43 He took them and ate before them.
44 He said to them: These are my words which I spoke to you, while I was yet with you: All things
concerning me would have to be fulfilled, which are written in the law of Moses, in the prophets
and in the psalms.
45 Then he opened their mind to comprehend the scriptures.
46 He said to them: Thus it is written that the Christ would suffer and resurrect from the dead in the
third day.
47 And the repentance and the expiation (forgiveness) of the sins would be preached in his name to
all the nations, beginning from Jerusalem.
48 You are witnesses of these things.
49 Lo I send the promise of my Father to you. Delay in the city, until you will be clothed in might
from the high. (Luke, XXIV, 36-49).
14 Finally he appeared to the eleven who were sat at the table. He reprehended their disbelief and
the hardness of their heart, because they didn't believed in them who had seen him after he was
resurrected.
15 He said to them: Go to all the world and preach the gospel to the whole creation.
16 He who believes and is baptized will be saved; but he who doesn't believe will be condemned.
17 These signs will accompany them who believe. They will cast demons out in my name. They
will speak new languages.
18 They will be pricked by snakes. If they drink any deadly thing, it will hurt them noway. If they
will put their hands above the sick ones, these will be healed. (Mark, XVI, 14-18).
15 God also said to Abraham: Sarai your wife, you won't call her name Sarai, but Sarah will be her
name.
16 I will bless her, and more I will give you a son of her. Yes, I will bless her and she will become
Mother of the Nations. Kings of peoples will be from her.
5 Your name will be Abram no more, but you will be called Abraham, because I will make you
Father of a multitude of Nations.
6 I will make you extremely fruitful. I will make nations from you. Kings will come out from you.
(Genesis, XVII, 15-16 and 5-6).
181. Jesus was in Galilee as he had said.
CIII – Jesus appears to Thomas
24 But Thomas, one among the twelve, called Didymus, wasn't with them when Jesus came.
25 Then the other disciples said to him: We have seen the Lord. But he said to them: Except if I will
see the signal of the nails in his hands, putting my finger there and if I will see his side, putting my
hand there, I will believe noway.
26 After eight days his disciples were rejoined again and Thomas was with them. Jesus came,
although the doors being locked. He went to the middle and said: Peace be with you!
27 Then he said to Thomas: Put your finger here and see my hands. Reach your hand and put it in
my side. Don't be unfaithful, but believe.
28 Thomas answered: My Lord and my God!
29 Jesus said to him: You have believed, because you have seen me. Well-beatified are they who
don't having seen, but yet thus they believed.
30 Many other signs Jesus did before the disciples, which aren't written in this book.
31 But these are written, for that you can believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. For that
you have Life believing in his name. (John, XX, 24-31).
182. Thomas was a Spirit very simple and courageous, almost an indian. In Bethany, in the
resurrection of Lazarus, Thomas was disposed to die for Jesus (chapter LXII)!! In the triumphal
entrance of Jesus in Jerusalem (chapter LXIV), Jesus orders to Thomas to bring an arrested ass.
Thomas and another disciple undressed themselves and tried to fruit the young little ass. The
proprietor of the ass ordered him to take it to Jesus. Thomas and the other put their clothes on the
ass and Jesus mounted. When the people of the multitude saw the two nude disciples, they began to
unclothe. Thomas was full of grace: Really very funny. In the Saint Supper (chapter LXXXVII),
Jesus said that He would prepare a Way to the Home of the Father. Thomas asked which was the
Way. Jesus said that He was the Way. Many put the finger and the hand in Thomas and he gave a
time. Thomas proved that je was Jesus, who had been crossed by the nails and by the lance of the
roman soldier.
CIV – Jesus appears at the lake of the Galilee
1 After these Jesus manifested himself again to the disciples at the lake of Tiberius. He manifested
himself thus:
2 Simon Peter; Thomas, called Didymus; Nathanael from Cana in Galilee; the sons of Zebedee and
two other of his disciples were rejoined.
3 Simon Peter said to them: I go to fish. The others said to him: We also go with you. They went
and entered in the boat. However they caught nothing that night.
4 But when daylight was coming, Jesus was on the beach. But the disciples didn't know that he was
Jesus yet.
5 Jesus asked them: Children, do you have nothing to eat? They answered him: No.
6 He said to them: Cast the net on the right side of the boat and you will find. Thus they cast and
now they weren't able to pull the net cause of the multitude of fishes.
7 That disciple who Jesus loved said to Peter: He is the Lord! So when Simon Peter heard that he
was the Lord, he tightened his clothing (cause he was naked) and cast himself in the lake.
8 But the other disciples came in the little boat (cause they weren't far from the beach, but about
two hundred ulnas far) pulling the net full of fishes.
9 When they went to the land, they see a fire of coals there, a lain fish and bread.
10 Jesus said to them: Bring some fishes which you have caught just now.
11 Simon Peter went in the boat and pulled the net to the land, full a hundred and fifty-three big
fishes. Although so many fishes the net didn't tear.
12 Jesus said to them: Come and eat. None of the disciples dared to question him: Who are you?
Because they knew that he was the Lord.
13 Jesus came, took the bread and gave to them. The fish likewise.
14 This is now the third time that Jesus manifested himself to the disciples, after that he had
resurrected from the dead.
15 After they have eaten, Jesus asked to Simon Peter: Simon, son of John, do you love me more
than these? He answered: Yes, Lord. You know that I love you. Jesus said to him: Feed my lambs.
16 He asked Peter a second time again: Simon, son of John, do you love me? Peter answered him:
Yes, Lord. You know that I love you. Jesus said to him: Feed my sheeps.
17 He asked Peter the third time: Simon, son of John, do you love me? Peter was afflicted because
he asked him the third time: Do you love me? Peter answered: Lord, you know all things, you know
that I love you. Jesus said to him: Feed my sheeps.
18 Truly, truly, I say to you: When you was young, you tightened yourself and walked wherever
you wanted. But when you will be ancient, you will stretch your hands and another will
tighten you. He will carry you wherever you don't want.
19 He spoke this signifying the manner of death he would glorify God. After he had spoken this, he
said to him: Follow me.
20 Peter, turning back, saw the disciple who Jesus loved following with them, who cuddled on
Jesus' chest during the supper (chapter LXXXVII, item 160). Peter asked: Lord, who is the traitor?
21 Peter, fixing his eyes in him, asked Jesus: Lord, what will this man do?
22 Jesus answered him: If I want that he will hope till I come, what does it mind to you?
Concerning to you: Follow me.
23 These words signified to the brothers, that the disciple wouldn't die. Now Jesus didn't say that he
wouldn't die, but: If I want that he will hope until I come, what does it mind to you?
24 This is the disciple who witnesses these things, who wrote these things. And we know that his
witness is true.
25 There are still many other things which Jesus did. If they would write each one, I suppose that
even the whole world wouldn't contain all the books which would be written. (John, XXI, 1-25).
17 Jesus sent a big fish to swallow Jonah. Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the
fish.
1 Then Jonah prayed to Jesus, his God, from the belly of the fish.
2 He said: In my affliction I called Jesus and he answered me. I called you from the belly of the fish
and you heard my voice.
10 Jesus spoke to the fish and this spewed Jonah on the dry land. (Jonah, I, 17, II, 1, 2 and 10 -
compare to the chapter XIX, item 50).
183. Jesus, full of nostalgia, remembers the marvelous fishing (chapter XIV) who conquered those
disciples. Peter was fishing naked. Why? It isn't necessary to be nude to fish. They were two
hundred ulnas bones far (200*30centimeters=60 meters) from the beach. Peter in the Saint Supper
(chapter LXXXVII) clucked that he would lie his Life for Jesus. Histories of fisherman. But before
the cock clucked, Peter denied Him three times (chapter XCI). Jesus fills the net of Peter with
fishes, for that Peter feeds his sheeps. The flower gives the nectar to the bee and the bee gives the
honey to the man. Peter feeds John who wrote a gospel, letters and the Revelation. Peter feeds
across fishes. Peter had jealousies of John. John (chapter XCI) witnessed Jesus before Annas,
Caiaphas, Herod and Pilate (chapters XCII, XCIV and XCV). Peter had attacked Malchus (chapter
XC) and he didn't want to lie his Life. Then Peter asks looking to John: Who is the traitor? Jesus
calls him to the part. Jesus was astounded. John was Jonah who was sleeping during the tempest.
Peter is the master of the boat (chapters L, item 103 and LXXXVII, item 159) who cast Jonah as he
was a stone in the lake to calm the tempest. Peter had sinned against Jesus (chapter LIV): If your
brother sin against you, go, show him his fault between you and him alone. If he hears you, you
have gained your brother. Jesus reprehended the jealous Peter. Jesus begins to change his doctrine
because of the fear of the torture.
CV – Jesus ascends to the Father who is in the heaven
50 He conducted them to Bethany. He raised his hands above them and blessed them.
51 It came to pass, while he blessed them, that he parted from them and ascended to the heaven.
52 Then they worshipped him and came back to Jerusalem with great happiness.
53 They were continually in the temple, blessing God. (Luke, XXIV, 50-53).
18 Because Christ also suffered for sins once, the just one for the unjust ones, to conduct us to God.
Being dead in the flesh, but the spirit gives the Life.
19 He also went to preach to the spirits in prison (the abyss of the hell).
20 Who in other time were disobedient, when the patience of God hoped in the days of Noah, while
the ark was being prepared. They were few, it means, eight souls, who were saved through the
water.
21 Which also saves you now likewise: the baptism. This doesn't bathe you the dirts of the flesh,
but this questions your good conscience before God, across the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
22 Who is at the right hand of God, after having gone to the heaven. The angels, the authorities and
the powers are subjected to him. (1st Letter of Peter, III, 18-22).
11 At evening the pigeon came back to him bringing in her beak a new leaf of olive tree. Thus Noah
understood that the waters had decreased on the earth. (Genesis, VIII, 11 - chapter X).
5 Who will pay accounts to him who has jurisdiction to judge the living and the dead.
6 Cause to this end the gospel was preached even to the dead, for that they can be judged according
to the men in the flesh, but they will live according to God in the spirit.
7 But the end of all things is coming. Have therefore healthy mind and be abstemious to the well of
your prayers.
8 Above all things be boiling in your love among yourselves. Because the love (charity) covers a
multitude of sins. (1st Letter of Peter, IV, 6-8).
9 Now He ascended, what is this but that he also had descended to the deepest parts of the earth?
(Letter of Paul to the Ephesians, IV, 9).
27 Thus it is ordered to the men to die once and after this the judgement will come. (Letter of Paul
to the Hebrews, IX, 27).
19 Then the Lord Jesus was received up in the heaven, after he had spoken to them. He sat down at
the right hand of God.
20 And they went away and preached everywhere. The Lord worked with them and confirmed the
word across of signs, which followed them. Love. (Mark, XVI, 19-20).
1 I wrote the first book, oh! Theophilus, concerning all that Jesus began to do and to teach.
2 Until the day when he was received in the high, after that he had given commandment through the
Holy Spirit to the apostles whom he had chosen.
3 To whom he also showed himself alive after his passion through many proofs, appearing to them
during forty days and speaking about the things concerning the kingdom of God.
4 And being rejoined with them, he ordered them not to depart from Jerusalem, but to wait for the
promise of the Father, which, he said: You heard from me.
5 Because John really baptized in water. But you will be baptized in the Holy Spirit soon.
6 Then they asked him when they were rejoined: Lord, will you restore the kingdom to Israel at this
time?
7 He answered them: It is not for you to know the times or the seasons, which the Father has
reserved to His own authority.
8 But you will receive might, when the Holy Spirit will come above you and you will be my
witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judaea and in Samaria and in the last part of the earth.
9 When he had said these words, while they were looking, he ascended and a cloud covered him
against their sight.
10 And while they were fixing their eyes in the heaven as he was flying, lo two men dressed in
white stood up by the side of them.
11 They said: Men from Galilee, why are you looking to the high of the heaven? This Jesus, who
was received in heaven before you, will come likewise as you saw him going to the heaven. (Acts
of the Apostles, I, 1-11).
184. Judas Iscariot was Noah who Jesus went to save; besides Noah, Jesus still saved eight other
little sheeps who hadn't come in the ark with Noah and who were still there. Noah needed to
commit suicide to descend to the hell and save those little sheeps who he loved and who couldn't go
out from there alone. The pigeon who baptized Jesus in Bethany was Mary the Holiest (chapter X).
Jesus climbed one of the mounts of Bethany, where Publius had a house. Jesus went to live with the
father who wanted to educate him. After Jesus fled from home and didn't come back anymore for
the father neither for the mother, but he didn't lie anymore in that way.
CVI – Jesus appears to Saul and proselytes him
1 But Saul, yet breathing threats and butcheries against the disciples of the Lord, went to the highest
priest.
2 He asked letters from him to the synagogues of Damascus, to encounter any who belonged to the
Way, men or women, to bring them arrested to Jerusalem.
3 While he was in the path, it came to pass that he approached to Damascus, when suddenly a
heavenly light brightened around him.
4 And he fell on the earth and heard a voice saying to him: Saul, Saul, why do you persecutes me?
5 He asked: Who are you, Lord? And he answered: I AM Jesus to whom you persecute. It is hard
for you to kick against the big needles.
6 Shaking and astonished he said: Lord, what do you want me to? The Lord said to him: Stand up
and go in the city. Someone will tell you what you must do.
7 The men who traveled with him stopped mute, hearing a voice, but seeing none.
8 Then Saul stood up from the earth. But when his eyes were opened, he saw none. But they
conducted him across the hand and brought him to Damascus. (Acts of the Apostles, IX, 1-8).
1 Brothers, now I make you know the gospel which I preached to you, which you received, in what
you hope.
2 You will be saved across the gospel, if you hug the word just as I preached it to you, except if you
believe in pit.
3 Cause I delivered to you the first of all who I have received: The Christ died because of our sins
according to the scriptures.
4 He was sepulchered and he resurrected in the third day according to the scriptures.
5 He appeared to Cephas and after to the twelve.
6 After he appeared to more than five hundred brothers at once. The majority of these still remains
until now. But some have fallen asleep.
7 Then he appeared to James. Later to all the apostles.
8 Finally after all, as a child of a mother who have already passe across the menopause, he also
appeared to me.
9 Because I am the least (last - chapter LIII) of the apostles. I am not worthy to be called an apostle,
because I persecuted the assembly of God.
10 But across the grace of God I AM WHO I AM. His grace was given to me, not in the pit. But I
worked more plentifully than they all. However yet not me, but the grace of God was with me.
11 Therefore be I or be they, thus we preach and thus you believed.
12 If Christ is preached that he has been resurrected from the dead, how some among you say that
there is no resurrection of the dead?
13 But if there is no resurrection of the dead, neither Christ has been resurrected.
14 If Christ hasn't been resurrected, then our preaching is pit, your belief is pit.
15 Yes, we are false witnesses before God. Because we have witnessed against God that he
resurrected Christ, who he didn't resurrect, if the deads don't resurrect.
16 Because if the deads don't resurrect, neither Christ has been resurrected.
17 If Christ hasn't been resurrected, your faith is pit, you are yet in your sins.
18 They who have fallen asleep in Christ have perished.
19 If we have hope in Christ only in this Life, we are the most pitable of all men.
20 But now Christ has been resurrected from the dead, the first fruits of them who are asleep. (1st
Letter of Paul to the Corinthians, XV, 1-20).
23 They proposed two: Joseph called Barsabbas, who was denominated Justus, and Matthias.
25 To take the place in this ministry and apostolate whose Judas had fallen away, to go to his own
place.
26 They cast their lucks in them. The luck fell on Matthias. He was numbered among the eleven
apostles. (Acts of the Apostles, I, 23, 25-26).
3 Then Peter said: Ananias, why did Satan fill your heart to lie to the Hole (Pit) Spirit, reserving
part of the money of the field?
5 Hearing these words, Ananias fell down and gave the ghost. All who heard this had great fear.
(Acts of the Apostles, V, 3 and 5).
13 But Ananias answered: Lord, I have heard many about this man. How much evil did he do to
your saints in Jerusalem?
15 But the Lord said to him: Go your Way. Because he is a temple chosen by me, to carry my name
before the foreigners, the kings and the children of Israel. (Acts of the Apostles, IX, 13 and 15).
7 He answered them: It is not for you to know the times or the seasons, which the Father has
reserved to His own authority. (Acts of the Apostles, I, 7).
185. Saul from Tarsus is Saul (I Samuel, XXVIII, 7 and I Samuel, XXXI, 5). He resurrected from
the deads across the rebirth. Paul is the 12th apostle chosen by Jesus to replace Judas Iscariot. The
multitude had said that Caesar was their King (chapter XCV). The roman soldiers cast the roman
coin with the image of Caesar (chapter XCVI) and the coat of Jesus was for Caesar (Paul from
Tarsus). Peter is the pit (hole - chapter CIV) who didn't have the Gift of the Word and who took all
the wealth of the christians and of Ananias. “The punishment, this is the big needle which excites
the soul (Life), through bitterness, to reply against herself and to come back to the beach of the
Saviour.” (Paul apostle, 1009 of SB). Jesus modifies his doctrine and teaches incognito a new
doctrine to Paul who didn't knew him. Paul preaches a new Gospel.

				
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