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CONTENTS VOL 1

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Introduction to the Course    3

List of Tables, etc.  9

Introduction to this Volume  11

PART ONE; INTRODUCING BASIC MSHIKHANUTH

  1. Before the Birth of Mshikha Civil strife in Rome Death of Julius Ceasar; Battle of Actium; Herod the foreign King. Basic Beliefs of Israel   19
  1. Yeshua of Nazareth Outline of his life Key events, Born of a Virgin Coming of Wise Men With the Doctors in the Temple His Baptism, and Temptations. His Ministry and Miracles        Transfiguration Triumphal Entry Crucifixion. Resurrection Ascension    30
  1. The Early Church. Pentecost and the Ministry of the Apostles. Acts and Epistles: Martyrdom of St Peter and St Paul.  Fall of Jerusalem. The Book of Revelation and the Spread of Mshikhanuth   42
  1. Basic Teachings of Mshikhanuth Mshikha as the Redeemer of Mankind. The Virgin Birth, Mshikha’s Passion and our Salvation Hell, Heaven and the Second Coming   55
  1. God and Mshikha History of Belief in the Trinity. Nature of the Trinity. God the Father Almighty. The Holy Ghost Which proceedeth from the Father The Divine Son. The nature of Mshikha   68
  1. The Creeds of Mshikhanuth Heresies and Councils of the Church The Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds compared to Our own beliefs  79
  1. The Holy Catholic Church and Apostolic Authority. The Authority of the Church  Mshikha’s promise to the Apostles.  Apostolic Succession Outline of our lines of Succession..  The History of our lines of Succession. The Chaldean Church – Nestorians. The Syrian Church – Monophysites  96

 

PART TWO: THE ORTHODOX CATHOLIC CHURCH

  1. Outline of the Church Today Teachings: Church Life: Worship; History. Ethics   Organisation Mysticism  107
  1. Teachings of the Orthodox Catholic Church Outline of our Key Doctrinal differences with other denominations  120
  1. The Nature of God. Manifestation and Creation. The Purpose of Creation. The Fatherhood of God Divine Revelation. Incarnation of the Salvator. The Life of Yeshua Mshikha The Holy Spirit and Mother of All. 134
  2. The Work of Salvation The Work of the Holy Spirit in the Church. The Way of Salvation. The Sacraments. Eternal Life and the Divine Spark within us. Life after death and Reincarnation.   146
  1. God’s Great Plan. Sin and Temptation. Tester of Men and of Angels. Outline of Hell and Return of Mshikha as King. The purpose of Creation.   158
  1. The Church in the West. Western Mshikhanuth in the late nineteenth century.  The First Vatican Council of the Roman Church. The American Catholic Church and the Orthodox Catholic    John and Jessie Ward Mystics of our Time  170
  1. The Confraternity of the Kingdom of Mshikha The Ideal Community. Early History of the Confraternity Mysticism and its effects on Daily Life Outline of the Path of Perfection Mysticism and the Higher Planes, whither we all are going  183
  1. Changing of the Guard The Confraternity in Cyprus and Australia Deaths of the Founders Father Peter and Sister Mary – Successors to the Founders The Confraternity at Caboolture and the Orthodox Catholic Church in Australia  194
  1. Seek and Ye Shall Find Introduction to Moral Theology. An Outline of Worship in the Orthodox Catholic Church  205

 

PART THREE; TEACHINGS OF THE FOUNDERS

  1. Whence Come We at Birth John Ward’s first lecture. Background to the Doctrine of   Reincarnation  218
  1. The Law of Retribution. The Law of Justice What we sow we reap;  The Cause of Reincarnation  234
  2. Sin and Why it Exists. The Nature of Evil.  Lucifer the Light-Bearer  247
  1. Sorrow and Suffering The Training of a soul: Separation from God  259
  1. The end of our life on earth. Introduction to the Realms Beyond  270
  1. Life After Death. The Astral and Form Planes 283
  1. An Outline of the Work of the Saints and Angels. The Three Planes of the Saints and their work for humanity The Nine Choirs of Angels 297
  1. The Divine Son and the Work of the Salvator Mshikha, Our Elder Brother Who comes again as King. The Work of the Salvator Previous Incarnations of the Salvator.  308
  1. The Teaching of Melchizedek. A synopsis of the treatise “Genesis the Accused,” describing the Journey of the Human Spirit through its many earthly Incarnations.  322

 

List of Tables etc.

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The Founders (picture)   10

List of Roman Procurators of Judea    25

Early Years of the Church  43

Generally Held Beliefs of Most Mshikhaian Denominations   54

The Planes of Existence – Men, Saints and Angels  61

The Nicene Creed    87

Our Beliefs Compared with the Ancient Creeds   93

Our Beliefs Compared with the Ancient Creeds (continued)   94

Summary of Our Beliefs  133

The Seven Sacraments  150

The Angelic Hosts  162

John Churchill Sibley (picture)   174

Different Religions and the Coming of the Salvator   313

The Journey of the Human Spirit; Part One: Entering Earth Life  334

The Journey of the Human Spirit; Part Two: The Pursuit of Material Things  336

The Journey of the Human Spirit; Part Three: Following the Higher Path  338

 

 

CONTENTS VOL2

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Introduction  7

PART ONE – The Life of Yeshua Mshikha 

 

  1. The Time of Preparation God’s Preparations for the Coming of the Messiah. The Apocryphal Sources.  The Birth and early life of Mary. Betrothal of Mary and Joseph,   19
  1. The Annunciation and the Birth of the ForeRunner. Introduction to Saint Luke. The Messages of the Angel Gabriel to Zacharias and Mary. The Birth of John the Baptist   Return of Joseph to Nazareth.  The Apocryphal accounts of the Testing of  Mary and Joseph 30
  1. The Birth of Mshikha. The various Accounts of the Birth of Mshikha The Angels and the Shepherds The Different Genealogies of Mshikha as given in St. Matthew and St. Luke  45
  1. The Baby Yeshua. The Circumcision and the Name Yeshua. Yeshua in the Temple. Simeon and Anna            The Young Child  The Magi. “Arise and Flee to Egypt”. Herod and the Holy Innocents  58
  1. Out of Egypt The Flight into Egypt The Holy Family in Egypt The Death of Herod. Return to Israel. Archelaus.  Galilee Apocryphal accounts of the Childhood of Mshikha.  My Father’s House  72
  1. Before His Ministry The Hidden Years. Later Legends. The Death of Joseph. Mshikha’s relatives Background to Baptism. St John the Baptist.  87
  1. Beginning of Mshikha’s Ministry The Baptism and the Temptations. John’s Disciples The Miracle at Cana in Galilee  Calling the Disciples  101
  1. The Ministry of Mshikha Journeys of Mshikha Healing Miracles. Evil Spirits Training of the Disciples 116
  1. Discourses of Mshikha. Sermons and guidance provided to His Followers 131
  1. Mshikha and the Jews Disputes with the Jews. The Death of John the Baptist Mshikha’s time in          Phoenecia and Decapolis. The Transfiguration  Growing Opposition to Mshikha 148
  1. The Hosts of Evil Gather. Casting out devils. Miracles and Parables.  The Man Born Blind. Raising of Lazarus. Plans to Destroy Yeshua His Last Journeys 163
  1. Beginning of the EndPalm Sunday and the Last Week Judas and the Chief Priests.  The Last Supper The Garden of Gethsemane 179
  1. The Mock-Trials of Mshikha.Mshikha before Annas, Mshikha before Caiaphas; Mshikha before the Sanhedrin,  Mshikha before Pilate; Mshikha before King Herod. Pilate Again. Barabbas The Sentence of Execution Technical Aspects of Roman Crucifixion 195  
  1. The Crucifixion The Gospel accounts of Mshikha’s Crucifixion compared 213
  1. The Work of Redemption The Burial; The Shroud; The Work of Redemption Mshikha’s labours after Death – Paradise and Hell  229
  1. As it began to Dawn Various Gospel accounts of the Resurrection  Easter Day Appearances  of Mshikha.  The Ordination of the Apostles The First Mshikhaian Church Services Historical and Spiritual significance of the Resurrection  245
  1. After His Resurrection. Post Resurrection appearances of Mshikha. His Ascension and what The Descent of the Holy Ghost and the Birth of the Church 264

 

PART TWO – The Psychic Powers of Mshikha

  1. Introduction to “The Psychic Powers of Mshikha. Father and Psychic Phenomena Mshikha as Perfect God and Perfect Man.  Psychic Miracles277
  1. Literary Evidence for the Virgin Birth. Biblical Sources. Apocryphal Sources. Comparison and Analysis.  Psychic Explanations.  290
  1. The Resurrection and Other Psychic Events. Analysis of the Resurrection accounts:Psychic Aspects of the Resurrection Other Psychic Events in the Life of Mshikha 307
  1. Materialisations in Recent Times. Psychic Research. Ectoplasm Scientific testing of            Materialisations under test conditions  317
  1. Psychic Phenomena in Asia Indian Yogis Fakirs and Other Adepts Psychic Phenomena produced in the East Scientific Studies of Yogis and Adepts 328
  1. Levitation and Telaportation. Our Lord’s Walking on the Sea of Galilee Levitation in the Lives of the Saints Other examples of Levitation. & Telaportation. Related Phenomena  338
  1. Are Miracles contrary to Reason? Miracles prove the supernatural. Superstitions Higher natural Laws   Laws relating to Psychic Phenomena  349
  1. The Astral Body and the Aura. Evidence for the Astral Body. Kilner screens and Auras Differences in Auras  The Astral Body and the Spirit  Materialisations The Modus Operandi of the Resurrection and other Psychic Miracles of Mshikha. The Future of Man  360

 

MAPS AND TABLES

Apocryphal Gospels  9

Apocryphal Apocalypses and other works 10

Apocryphal Histories and Acta 12

Apocryphal Epistles and Letters  14

Sources of our Information about the Early Life of Mshikha  23

Major Incidents Leading up to the Birth of Mshikha 25

Family of Mary 33

The Family Tree of Yeshua Mshikha  35

The Genealogies of Mshikha  53

The Journeys of Yeshua in His Early Life.  6 B.C. – 7 A.D. (Map) 71

Mshikha and His Clay Models (comparison)  76

Stretching a Piece of Wood (comparison) 77

Roman Procurators of Judea   98

Footprints of Yeshua in the Year of Inauguration – 27 A.D. (Map)  108

Major Feasts of the Jews 111

Footprints of Yeshua in the Year of Popularity – 28 A.D. (Map) 120

The Twelve Apostles (Table) 127

Footprints of Yeshua in the Year of Opposition29 A.D. (Map) 152

The Three Accounts of the Transfiguration Compared.  (comparison)  158

Footprints of Yeshua in His Last Months – 30 A.D. (Map)  175

Jerusalem in the New Testament Era (Map) 178

The Palm Sunday Accounts Compared. (comparison)  180

The Last few Hours of Yeshua’ Life  194

The Jewish High Priests From Herod To Titus (Table)  196

Timetable of Passiontide 212

Pilate’s Inscription; Yeshua of Nazareth, the King of the Jews. 215

A Simple Overview of the Spirit Plane (chart) 242

Accounts of the Resurrection of Mshikha (comparison)  246

Accounts of the Resurrection of Mshikha (Continued)  250

Other Events of Easter Day  (comparison) 253

Other Events of Easter Day (Continued) 256

Post Resurrection Appearances of Mshikha (chart) 263

Apocryphal Accounts of the Birth of Mshikha Compared 303

Apocryphal Accounts of the Birth of Mshikha Compared (Continued) 304

Adult Female showing form of Aura  362

Adult Male showing form of Aura  362

 

CONTENTS VOL 3                                                                        

CHAPTER

List of Tables and Charts   5.

Introduction  7.

PART ONE: The Eucharist

  1. Ritual in our Church. Development of Mshikhaian Ritual. Importance of Ritual in our Church Introduction to the Eucharist 23
  1. The Passover and the Eucharist The Passover: History and Prophecy: Mshikha the Passover Lamb; The Last Supper                                                                                                   
  1. The Feast of Mshikha the King; Historical Origins of the Feast of Mshikha the King The Early Mshikhaian Mysteries;   The Agape or Love Feast;    The Wedding Feast of the Lamb: The Feast of         Mshikha the King today;   The Form of the Service and its spiritual implications.  50.
  1. The Early Eucharist. The First Mshikhaian Liturgies: St Ignatius and the Syrian Liturgy;   Other   Ancient Liturgies.   Apocryphal references.  The Early Church Fathers 65.
  1. Celebrating the Eucharist 1. The Actions of the Priest, both Outer and Inner and the reasons for them. Practical advice on Celebrating the Eucharist displayed with Parallel texts of the Eucharist and appropriate Biblical quotations and other ancient syllogisms.  The Early Parts of the service   
  2.  Celebrating the Eucharist 11. Continuing the Study of the Eucharist with Parallel texts of appropriate Biblical quotations and other ancient syllogisms through to the Most Sacred Parts of the Service and to its completion 104
  1. The Theology of the Sacrament. The Sacrament and Redemption. Transubstantiation. How and When. What we believe and the Beliefs of other Denominations.. Reserving the Sacrament, 
  2. The Sacrament in the Life of the Church. Uses of the Sacrament. Problems that can arise, Adoration of the Sacrament and Benediction Services. Communion of the Sick and the Viaticum.

 

PART TWO: The Rest of the Liturgy

  1. The Major Festivals of the Church. The Ecclesiastical Year The Four Major Feasts.  The Festival of Mshikha the King
  1. The Other Feasts of the Church. Penitential Seasons. The Minor Feasts. Saints’ Days and other Festal Days  
  2. Introduction to the Rest of the Liturgy The Collects, Epistles, Gospels and Prefaces. The Seven Sacraments and the importance of Number. A brief Outline of the other Six Sacraments
  3. Mshikhaian Initiation. Initiation in the Early Church. Baptism, Confirmation and First Communion in the Middle Ages. History of Baptism and Confirmation in Western Europe 
  4. The First Sacrament The Origins of Baptism. Ritual Purification.  Psychic and Spiritual Aspects of Baptism.  The Baptismal Service. 
  5. Confirm Their Faith. Origins of Confirmation. The Links with Baptism.  The Confirmation Service Preparing for First Communion  
  6. “Whosoever sins ye remit” The Sacrament of Penance. Mshikha earns the Right for us to receive forgiveness of sins. Confession as the key to Spiritual Progress. 
  7. The Sacrament of Unction. Origins of Anointing. Blessing the Holy Oils.  Extreme Unction.           The Burial Service. Counselling the Bereaved
  8. Anointing for Life. History of Healing, Healing Services. Evil Spirits and the use of Exorcism in Counselling and Support for the Sick   260
  9. Conflict with Evil. Exorcisms and their Use, The Power of the Spoken Word; Blessings and The Blessing of Holy Water and its Uses.   273.
  10. The Lay Sacrament. History of Marriage Mshikhaian Marriage and morality. Psychic and          Spiritual Aspects of Marriage. Marriage Service. 
  11. The Family Unit. The Permanence of Marriage. Choosing a Partner for Life. Marriage and   An Introduction to Counselling.  Financial Problems; MaritalDifficulties.  Problems with Children; Social Problems. 301.
  12. The Service of God. Introduction to the Inner Spiritual Life. Qualities required in Clergy
  1. The Beginning of Service. Minor Orders; Cleric, Verger, Reader, Exorcist, Acolyte,                       Sub-deacon, History and Services  
  2. Representatives of Mshikha. Holy Orders; Deacon, Priest and Bishop. Gospel precedents.  Subsequent History. The Services 
  3. Apostolic Authority. The Role of the Episcopate. The Service of Consecration.    Senior Ecclesiastical Positions  
  4. Women in Holy Orders; Prophetesses in the Old Testament and Deaconesses in the New Priestesses Anchorites and Nuns.  The role of Deaconesses and their Assistants today. The Installation of an Abbess  373.


List of Tables and Charts

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Basic Mantricity in Hymns    21

Diagram of Processions   30

Vestments of the Clergy    34

The “Hours” of Worship   76

Other Medieval Service Books  77

THE HOLY EUCHARIST; Biblical and Other References

The Beginning of the Eucharist    80

The Prothesis   82

The Censing and The Trisagion  84

Collects and Epistle   86

Gospel and Sermon   88

General Confession    90

The Litany    92

The Nicene Creed   94

The Creed (Continued)    96

The Lavabo and the Salutation of Peace 98

The Inclination and the Prayer of the Veil  100

The Anaphora and the Sursum Corda 102

The Preface   106

The Ranks of Angels; Ignatius’ Views Compared with ours Today.  107

THE HOLY EUCHARIST; Biblical and Other References (cont)

The Response and Commemoration of the Work of Redemption  108

The Institution and the Great Oblation    110

The Invocation  112

The Intercession  114

Commemoration of the Departed   115

The Lord’s Prayer   116

Prayer of Humble Access  118

The Elevation  119

The Communion   121

Ablutions   124

Thanksgiving    126

Thanksgiving (cont.)  128

The Benediction  129

Calculating the Date of Easter 161

Calendar of Significant Feasts of the Church  172

The Significance of Numbers    186

The Seven Sacraments of the Church  188

List of Common Sins  237

Uses of the Holy Oils  244

Types of Evil Entity that Commonly Confront Exorcists   275

The Service of God    317

Canon Law and Admission to the Sacraments  329

Senior Ecclesiastical Positions in the Church  370

Adult Female showing form of Aura    380

Adult Male showing form of Aura   380

 

CONTENTS VOL 4

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Introduction  7

  1. Fishers of Men The Original Twelve. The New Apostles: Matthias: James and the other relatives of Chris. The Later Apostles, Paul, Barnabas & others . Descent of the Holy Ghost and the Episcopate    Establishment of the Early Church   The Miracles of Peter and John,  21
  1. The First Deacons. Formal institution of the Diaconate Stephen the First Martyr. As far as  Antioch Persecutions in Jerusalem Phillip at Samaria. Confirmation. Phillip and the Eunuch  37
  1. The First Gentiles. Conversion of St Paul Peter and Cornelius Mshikhaians at Antioch:  Barnabas and Paul Martyrdom of James bar Zebedee  Peter’s Escape from Prison  Death of Herod 49
  1. The Roman Empire in the time of the Apostles The great Emperors; Augustus and Tiberias  Caligula  Claudius and  Nero. The first great persecution. 63
  1. The Apostle of the Gentiles. Paul and Barnabas. Council of Jerusalem. Early Journeys of St Paul   78
  1. The Prisoner of Yeshua Mshikha. The Third Missionary Journey of St Paul. His arrest and  trials            in Jerusakem and Caesarea  93
  1. The Last Days of St Paul A Change of Governor    Paul appeals to Caaesar      His journey to Rome. St Paul in Rome.     Hia Last Missionary Journey?.   Martyrdom 105
  1. The Life and Preaching of St Peter Early Biblical records   Pseudo-Clement   St Peter’s Chair at Antioch     St Peter at Rome 115
  1. The Later Life and Death of St Peter Later Events in the Life of St Peter.  Peter’s  Secretary, Mark      Martyrdom of St Peter and St Paul  126
  1. Outside the Empire. Outline of Celtic Culture. The Britons The Franks Goths  Huns and others Ethiopia, Parthia, India  and China  140
  1. Mshikhanuth in India India and Thomas called Didymus.  Acts of Thomas. Church of the Malabar Coast.    153
  1. Other Missionaries beyond the Empire The Apostles who taught in Parthia    Armenia.   Ethiopia.  Scythia 165
  1. Legends of the Apostolic Age The Assumption of Mary Joseph of Arimathea and the Holy Pontius Pilate and the Report to Rome    The Story of Veronica 176
  1. St Paul’s Major Epistles to the Churches Background and Analysis   Romans;   1st  & 2nd    Corinthians    191
  1. St Paul’s Other Epistles to the Churches Background and Analysis Galatians   Ephesians Phillipians  Colossians  208
  1. Remaining Epistles of St Paul Background and Analysis; 1 & 2 Thessalonians  Titus & Timothy his bishops  222
  1. The Story of Judaeo-Mshikhanuth. Outline of Judaeo-Mshikhanuth. Essenes, Ebionites & Nazarenes.  The  Decline and Fall of Judaeo-Mshikhanuth  238
  1. The Epistles to Judaeo-Mshikhaians. Background and Analysis;   Epistle of St.James, Epistle to the Hebrews. 253
  1. Others Epistles of the Mid Apostolic Age.Background and Analysis; St Peter’s Two Epistles, The Epistle of Jude.  268
  1. The Roman Empire in the Late Apostolic Age. The Year of Four Emperors     The Jewish War and the Fall of Jerusalem.  The Flavian Dynasty.  The Early Antonine Emperors.     The Roman  Empire at its greatest Extent.  284     
  2. The Gnostics.  Pagan Gnosticism and Mshikhaian Gnosticism.   The Nag Hammadi Codices. Marcion, Basiliades & others.   Mani and the Manichaeans. 301
  1. St John the Last of the Apostles. St John and the Logos Life and Death of Saint John                                       St John and the Gnostics The three Epistles of St John.  318
  1. Introduction to the Book of Revelation Historical background, Other Apocalypses The Revelation of St John the Divine; The Letters to the Churches. 333
  1. Prophetic Visions of Revelation. Commentary and Analysis of the Visions ; Part One 347
  1. The Eschatology of Revelation. Commentary and Analysis of the Visions ; Part Two 363

 

MAPS AND TABLES

Books of the New Testament (historical table)  10

Palestine in the Early First Century (Map)   20

The Original Twelve Apostles (table)    23

Early Years of the Church (historical table)  36

The Early Journeys of St Peter (Map)    54

The Roman Empire circa 68 A.D. (Map)   64

The Early Roman Emperors   (historical table)   68

The Journeys of St Paul (Map)  77

St Paul’s Missionary Career 1  (historical table)  81

St Paul’s Missionary Career (continued) (historical table)  97

Possible visits by Peter to Rome  (historical table)  129

Life of St Peter (historical table)     133

The Major World Powers in the First Centuury A.D. (Map)  139

Expansion of the Celts from 400 B.C to 200 B.C. (Map)  143

The Scythians from 700 B.C. onwards. (Map) 143

The Parthian Empire c 100 B.C. (Map)  149

The Empire of Asoka in 250 B.C. (Map)  149

India in the 2nd Century A.D. (Map) 149

China in the 1st century B.C. (Map) 151

Egypt to Ethiopia in Roman Times. (Map)  170

The Journey of Joseph (Map)  180

St Paul the Author  (Biblical Table) 190

Major Friends and Companions of St Paul.   (Biblical Table) 207

Other Companions of St Paul. (Biblical Table)  212

References to Other Associates of St Paul. (Biblical Table)  221

The History of Judaeo-Chrisianity (historical table) 237

Other New Testament Books (Biblical Table)    252

Comparison between 2 Peter and Jude  (Biblical Table)  283

The Roman Empire at the Death of Trajan (117 A.D.)  (map)  300

Comparison of Key Gnostic and Mshikhaian Beliefs (historical table)317

Historical Summary of the Life of St John (historical table)  325

Patmos and the Seven Churches of Asia (map)   334

The Various Sections of the Book of Revelation. (Biblical Table) 341

1260 Years in Prophecy (Biblical Table)  346

Relative Dominance of Civilizations in the Jewish Dispensation (Table & Graph) 367

1000 Year Periods in the Past Age (Biblical Table)  370

 

CONTENTS VOL 5

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Maps and Tables  5

Introduction  7

  1. The Beginnings of Religion. The Dawn of Man,   Origins of Belief,   Prehistoric religion.   Neolithic cults.  Prehistoric Art  Historical Animism, Cave Paintings. Belief in Life after death:  25
  1. Religion in the First Neolithic Societies. Religion, Fertility and Blood.   The Matriarchal      system of religion.  Agriculture, Cities and Writing  Development of Religious Ideas  Patriarchal Initiation. Human and Animal Sacrifice.  40
  1. The First Civilisations. Sumer; the first Historical Civilisation, Sumer after the Flood  Religion in Early Egypt       Introducing the God of Abraham. Ur of the Chaldees  56
  1. The Beginnings of the Bible  The Early Parts of Genesis    The Lost Wisdom of Melchizedek Ur and Abraham.   Melchizedek and Abraham    The Relatives and descendants of Abraham.  The Origin    of Blood Sacrifices     The Fundamentalist View of History 70
  1. The Past Comes to Life. Ancient Indian belief.  The world’s oldest religion: The Aryans and Modern Hinduism (2nd millennium B.C.)  Beliefs and Teachings of Hinduism today  87
  1. The Oldest Parts of the Bible. Israel in Egypt. Outline of Egyptian History. Enslavement of the Israelites    Moses and the Exodus. 99
  1. The Story of Moses. Establishing the date of Moses and the Exodus. Moses and Jethro, priest of Midian.  Job – the Oldest Book in the Bible  113
  1. Writing the Pentateuch:, Interpolations or summaries clearly provided by a later author;  Laws and Regulations of the Jews,    Contemporary History: Tribal or Family History  Legends, racial memories and anecdotes of the distant past,  Visions, Dreams, Allegories and Parables, Prophecies and Promises by God,   Songs or Chants  125
  1. The Early History of Israel. The Books of Joshua and Judges The beginning of the Kingdom of Israel  (15th to 11th centuries B.C)  138
  1. The House of David. The Empire of David and Solomon. The Holy Shekinah enters theTemple. The Division of the Kingdom.  Beliefs of the Ancient Israelites.   The School of the Prophets. 150
  1. Israel in Canaan. Beliefs of the surrounding nations. The Sea Peoples: Philistines, Crete, Mycenae Hittites. Fertility cults, Temple prostitutes:  Magic and Witchcraft  164
  1. An Age of Psalms and Proverbs.Jewish Literature from the time of David and Solomon.  Psalms and the Wisdom Books  177
  1. Israel Divided, then Conquered: The Divided Kingdom -Israel and Judah. Elijah and the Sons of the Prophets.  The Assyrian, and Babylonian Empires.; 191
  1. Prophets and Prophecy: The prophets of Israel and Judah to the time of the Isaiah and Jeremiah, including Lamentations, Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum.   Habakkuk and Zephaniah    204
  1. Israel in Exile: The Captivity. Nebuchadrezzar and the Jews. The Mishna and the Talmud.      History of Persia.  Zoroaster and Zoroastrianism The Command to rebuild the Jewish Temple  219
  1. The Age of the Great Ones; Part One: Solon and Greek Philosophy. Vardhamana and Jainism.    Lao Tse and Taoism   Pythagoras and the Greek Mysteries.   231
  1. The Age of the Great Ones; Part Two: Gautama Siddhartha and Buddhism.  Confucius and Confucianism    A comparison with contemporary Jewish Prophets, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel 242
  1. The Return of the Exiles. Sheshbazzar, Zerubbabel and the First Returnees. The Trouble with the Samaritans The Second Temple. Ezra, Esther and Nehemiah. Judah under the Persians 255
  1. The Later Prophets. Ezekiel, Daniel, Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi 270
  1. Greece. The Beginnings of Greek civilisation and early Greek Colonies in Asia. Colonies in Spain and Italy. The Golden Age. War with Persia. The Peloponnesian War and the Rise of Macedonia. 285
  1. The Rule of the Priests. The Rule of the High Priests. Judea under the Archaemenids. The Temple at Elephantine and the Falashas. The Samaritan Temple. Judea under Alexander the Great and    his successors. The Septuagint. Judea under the Ptolemys. Hellenic influences on Judaism.    297
  1. Alexander the Great. The Macedonian War Machine.   Alexander and the Defeat of the Persian Empire.   Alexander’s death and the Breakup of his Empire.   The Successors of Alexander; Ptolemy, Seleucus,. Antigonus, Lysimachus Cassander.  314
  1. The Maccabees and the Essenes. History of the Maccabean Revolt. The Hasmoneans The Teacher of Righteousness and the Essenes, Pharisees and Sadducees.   325
  1. The Rise and Fall of the Roman Republic Legendary beginnings of Rome. The Roman Monarchy and its struggle with the Etruscans The rise of the Roman Republic. The Wars with the Greek colonies and Carthage Civil war and the death of the Republic  The Roman Empire.   338
  1. Herod the Great and the End of the Age End of the Hasmoneans. Rise of the House of   Herod the politician and his Roman Masters.  The Temple of Herod. His Reign and Death.   A comparison between the Last Age and our own   355

 

MAPS AND TABLES

Key Dates in Biblical History (Table)   8

The Divisions of Geological Time (Table)  17

The Migrations of Homo Erectus between 2 and 1.5 MYA (Map) 24

Comparison between Chimpanzee, Australopithicine and Human pelvis   27

Prehistoric Hunters  27

The Lady of Brassempouy    36

Early Tools fom Jerusalem    36

Venus Figurines   36

Catal Huyuk in Turkey  (Map)   45

The Houses in Catal Huyuk. 45

Chronology of Ur      (Table)  66

Fundamentalist Dating System based on the Ages of the Patriarchs.  (Table) 83

The Ancient Near East c. 2000BC (Map)   98

Chronology of the Early History of Ancient Egypt (Table)  106

Chronology of Egypt in Old Testament times   (Table)  109

Chronology of Egypt In Decline  (Table)  111

Chronology of Abraham and his Descendants      (Table)   119

The Border of Egypt showing the “Reed Sea” (Map)  132

Thera and the Surrounding Region  (Map)   132

Early Days in Canaan (Table)   143

The Empire of David and Solomon (Map)   154

Chronology of the Northern Kingdom of Israel    (Table)  193

Chronology of the Southern Kingdom of Judah   (Table)  198

Babylonian and Assyrian Empires  (Map) 203

Main periods of the worship of YHWH in Ancient Israel (Table)  204

The Achaemenid Empire     (Map)   223

Great Thinkers of the mid 1st Millenniun BC  (Table)   251

Different Religions and the Coming Salvator  (Table)  252

Beliefs and Practices of the Great Ones   (Table)  253

History of the Post-Exilic Jews (Table)  267

The Greek World   (Map)   284

The Empire of Alexander  (Map)  313

Major historical events from Alexander to Mshikha  (Table)  326

Palestine under the Maccabees (Map)  331

Roman Growth in the Third Century BC  (Map)   345

The Roman Empire from 218 B.C. to 100 A.D. (Map)  351

Herod’s Temple   359

Palestine in the Time of Mshikha   (Map)  363

Comparison of Major Incidents in the Two Historical Ages   (Table)  367

 

CONTENTS VOL 6

 

Page

Introduction  7

  1. Successors to the Apostles Eusebius’ accounts of the various Apostolic Successions: Origin of Mshikhaian Literature;    From Scrolls to Membranae to Codex.   Mshikhanuth at the turn of the     First century,  19
  1. The Roman Empire in Decline. Hadrian & the later Antonines. The Barbarian Threat.   The Roman Empire during the 2nd and 3rd centuries 32
  1. Defending Mshikhanuth. Key Post Apostolic Writers of the Early  Church The Mshikhaian Apologists 47
  1. Mshikhanuth under Persecution. The years of persecution to the early 4th  Catacombs and Secret Symbols 62
  1. Martyrs for Mshikha. Common Forms of Martyrdom in Roman times and Attitudes towards It.  Sufferinsg of the Martyrs   Tales of some well-known Martyrs  74
  1. The Pagan Counter-attack. Various Pagan Philosophies of Roman Times    The Principal    Mystery Cults    87
  1. Conflict Within. Mshikhaians who thought differently.     Well–known Early Mshikhaian Heretics             (1st to 5th centuries) 103
  1. The Peace of Constantine.  Diocletian and the reorganisation of the Empire.     Civil War and the Triumph of Constantine     Rome in the late 3rd to early 4th centuries. 117
  1. The Establishment of the Church. Stages in the Establishment of Mshikhanuth.  The Council        of Nicea and its effects on Mshikhanuth.  Establishing the Canon of Scripture  Formalisation of the new theology and the Establishment of the Church under Theododius (4th century)  132
  1. The Beginnings of Eastern Monasticism. From the Essenes to the Early Fathers of the Desert. Judaeo-Mshikhaian Communities. The first Mshikhaian Monasteries.    Pachomius, St. Basil and   Subsequent Eastern Monasticism      (1st to 5th centuries)  145
  1. Mshikhanuth in Transition. The Visits of the Salvaotor and the Spiritual reasons for the     Ending of an Age.  Preparing for the end of the Age by hiding the Ancient Wisdom and simplifying   (4th and 5th centuries)  158
  1. Changes in Mshikhanuth. The Major Changes that were made in Mshikhaian teachings. Why & When they were Made.   (4th and 5th centuries onwards)  171
  1. The Post Nicene Fathers and the Ending of the Age.  The Early Church as a Persecutor.  Augustine, Chrysostom and others.  Decline and Fall of the Western Roman Empire.   The Great Mshikhaological Controversias and the end of Paganism.    (4th to 6th centuries)  185
  1. “Other” Mshikhaian Churches. Mshikhanuth outside the Graeco-Roman Empire: The “Buffer” states;   Mshikhaian kingdoms in Ethiopia and Arabia;   Mshikhanuth in the Parthian and Sassanian    Empires; in India, Central Asia, Tibet and China (2nd to 7th centuries).  202
  1. Benedict and the Rise of Western Monasticism Life and times of of St Benedict. Key Aspects of the Rule of St Benedict    Life in a Medieval Abbey  Outline of life in a modern Religious House   Monasteries in Medieval Europe (5th century onwards)   220
  1. The Glory of Byzantium. The last Golden Era. Justinian and Theodora.  The 2nd Council of Constantiople.   Belisarius and the re-onquest of Italy.    Ravenna not Rome as the New Capital  (6th century) 238
  1. The Fathers of the Far East. Early Syriac Fathers Aphrahat, Ephraem, Theodore of Mopsustia,    Severus of Antioch, Jacobus Baradaeus, Aluoben and others. The  Spread of Far Eastern Mshikhanuth  (2nd to 7th centuries) 251
  1. The Dark Ages in Europe. Clovis and the Merovingian Kings. The Lombards in Italy.  The    Vandals in Spain.  Remigius and the conversion of the Franks. Boniface and the Conversion of Germany  (6th to 8th centuries)   265                                                                                                                                 
  1. Early Mshikhanuth in England The Old British Church.Patrick and the Conversion of the Irish. King Arthur and the Saxons.     St. Columba and Iona    St. Augustine and the Angles  St Hilda and the Synod of Whitby.  Bede and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. King Alfred and the Danes   (6th to 11th centuries)  279
  1. The Rise of Islam. Spiritual Reasons for the spectacular Rise of Islam. Historical Background. Life of Mohamed. The Koran and the Teachings of Islam. Islamic Conquests in the 7th & 8th centuries  296
  1. Charles Martel and theDefeat of the Moslems Beginnings of Medieval Catholicism      and the Filioque Clause    The Story of Charlemagne.    The Start of the Holy Roman Empire  (8th to 9th centuries)    313
  1. Byzantium in Middle Age. War with Islam.    The Khazars.  The Bulgars   Mshikhaianisation of Russia.     The Great Schism  (7th to 11th centuries)   329
  1. The Splendour of Araby. Bagdad of the Arabian Nights.   Other Islamic Realms     Divisions in Islam    Arab Civilisation  & Exploration    (8th century onwards) 346
  1. The Vikings. Early Scandinavian History.   Norse Religion    Viking raids, Exploration and Settlements in Europe and America.  Mshikhaianising the Norseman.  The Norman conquest of England. Western Europe at the Beginning of the Second Millennium.  (8th to 11th centuriews) 362
  1. Far Eastern Mshikhanuth and Islam. Mshikhanuth under the Caliphate. Evangelising the Far   East.  Mshikhanuth in Central Asia, India, China and elsewhere.  Graeco-Roman Mshikhanuth under Islam   (7th to  11th  centuries)   378

 

 

 

MAPS AND TABLES

 The Original Patriarchates (historical table)   20

The Roman Empire at the Accssion of Hadrian (117 A.D.) (Map)   31

Roman Emperors of the 2nd & 3rd Centuries (table)   46

Major 2nd & 3rd Century Figures in Graeco-Roman Mshikhanuth (table)   61

Our Beliefs Compared with Other Commonly Held Ideas (table)   102

The Roman Empire under Diocletian (Map)   116

Emperors of the Divided Empire (The Dominate) (table)   131

Why & When Key Doctrines were Dropped, Introduced or Changed (table)  170

City-States of the Buffer Regions (3rd Century) (Map)    201

Ethiopia and Arabian Kingdoms (2nd Century) (Map)   201

Central Asia and Gupta India (5th Century) (Map)   201

The Sassanian Empire around 600 A.D. (Map)  214

The Church of the Far East. (Map)   214

The Germanic Tribes in the 4th and 5th Centuries A.D. (Map)  219

The Times of St Benedict; the Germanic States c. 526 A.D. (Map)    219

Key Events in the History of Western Monasticism (table) 225

Layout of a Medieval Abbey (illustration)  231

Daily Shedule of Life in a Modern Religious Order  234

Emperors of the Byzantine Empire to the Great Schism (table) 237

The Empire of Justinian (Map)  245

Important Early Figures in Far Eastern Mshikhanuth (table)  253

Stages in the History of Anglo-Saxon England

The Seven Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms. (7th cent.)  (Map)278

King Alfred and the Danes (9th cent) (Map)  278

The Godwins and the Norman Conquest (1066) (Map) 278

Mshikhanuth in the British Isles: Key Dates (table)  287

Moslem Conquests to the mid 8th Century (Map)  295

Islamic Parallels with Jewish and Mshikhaian Figures (Table)301

The Empire of Charlemagne (Map)    312

The Coronation of Charlemagne by Pope Leo III on Mshikhamas Day, 800  318

Decline of the Frankish Empire

The Empire in 829 (Map) 326

Treaty of Verdun (843) (Map)   326

              Treaty of Mersen (870) (Map)   326

              Treaty of Rebemont (880) (Map) 326

              Descendants of Charlemagne (Chart)  326

France c. 1000A.D. Onwards. (Map)    328

Holy Roman Empire c. 1000A.D. (Map)   328

Byzantium c 1000 A.D. (Map)  328

The Khazar and Kievan States. (Map)  332

Schisms and Rapprochements Between Constantinople and Rome. (Table)  342

Autonomous Islamic States c. 1000 A.D. (Map)  345

Islamic and Native States in Africa.  (Map)  358

Viking Expeditions of the 8th to 10th Centuries. (Map)  361

Norman States in the 11th Century. (Map)  361

Relative Dominance of Civilizations in the Mshikhaian Era. (Table & Graph) 377

Major Eastern Figures and Events. (7th to 11th centuries.) (Table)  384

 

CONTENTS VOL 7                                                                               

CHAPTER  PAGE

List of Tables and Charts 5

Introduction  7

 

PART ONE: The Teaching Services

  1. The Introductory Services. The two original Ferial Services. Service about Reincarnation     23
  1. The Various Daily Services. Children’s Service Morning, Mid-day and Evening Services. Services for specific Days of the Week 38
  1. Intercession Intercessional Hymns.Service of General Intercession,   Intercession for the Dead,      Life After Death  Service of Intercession for a Suicide.  51
  1. The Mshikhamas Services. Midnight Dedication of the Year. Services Commemorating the Birth of Mshikha, Epiphany, .and the Divine Childhood.  Service  for Feasts of Our Lady67
  1. Lent and Passiontide Lenten Activities. Services for Ash Wednesday, Passion Sunday and Palm Sunday, Services for Holy Week.   82
  1. Services for Quiet Saturday, Easter Sunday, and the Sundays following Easter   96
  1. Later Feasts linked with Eastertide. Services for Ascension Day, Whitsunday and Trinity    Sunday110
  1. Mid-year Festivals. Services for the Divine Father Festival. Founders’ Day.  Services for the Festivals of Peace and Divine Love.   124
  1. The Planes Beyond. Services for the Feasts of All Soul and All Saints and the Festival of the Heavenly Hierarchy 136             
  1. The Festival of Mshikha the King. The Sung Service for the Festival of Mshikha the King and what it teaches about His Return to reign as King151
  1. The Ending of the Year The Service for the Sunday following Mshikha the King. Service for Advent Sunday. Special Services for Admission to the Confraternity;  169 

 

 PART TWO: The Writings of the Founders

  1. The Early Works of Rev. Father. Introduction to the Writings of the Founders Outline of Gone West & A Subaltern in Spirit-land, together with Commentary 183
  1. Our Hymns as a Source of Spiritual Teaching. Interpretations and explanations of Selected Hymns.  Hymns that contain much of our teachings   200
  1. Teaching Books of Rev. Father. His Masonic books; Life’s Problems, The Psychic Powers of Mshikha and   Genesis the Accused,   216
  1. St Serapha’s Teaching Books. The writings of St Serapha Her dreams about life on the Astral  Plane  Books about the Path of Perfection .  Her mystical experiences,   228
  1. The Mshikha the King Stories. Father’s understanding of the Timing and Nature of the  Coming of Mshikha. Theme and general outline of the Series. Selected stories and Key Lessons   243
  1. The Parable Stories. Use of Parables in teaching. The Fireside stories and other selected    Father Wilson and Rev. Father.  The Future of the Community as he saw it.  257
  1. Introducing the Apocalypses of Brother Seraphion., The Angelic Guardian of the Work General Introduction to the Apocalypses. Different types of Vision. Symbolism in Mysticism.    270
  1. Glimpsing the Future. Apocalypses about Higher Planes   Apocalypses about the future,   Use of symbols in prophecy and their interpretation.   285                        
  1. Laws governing Predictions and Prophecy. Karmic Possibilities. Material and Spiritual Cycles.  The Speeding up of Evolution as the World Ages    302

 

PART THREE: Other Forms of Teaching.

  1. The preparation of Sermons. Speaking “off the cuff”. Assessing the level of understanding in a Congregation and preaching accordingly. “Spicing-up” Sermons.     316
  1. Teaching Children. Introducing one’s own children to God from the beginning. Teaching Sunday School.  Home Schooling.   329
  1. Preparation for Baptism or Confirmation. Children who already know about God and His Church.  Children from a non-Religious background.   Adults from a non-Religious background  Adults from other denominations or other faiths  342
  1. Bible Study Classes. Basic Principles. The various levels of Bible Study.  Historical and Theological  analysis of the Bible. Higher Criticism.   Interpretation of allegories and parables      355
  1. Discussion Groups. Establishing Discussion Groups. Setting an Agenda and answering Questions briefly.    Debating our Beliefs.   The dangers of giving too much detail in a group  Private discussions.   Conversions and Vocations .   370

 

LIST OF TABLES AND CHARTS

General Services    22

Services for the Yearly Feasts  66

Days of the Week   73

History of Mshikha’s Descents through the Planes   168

Divisions of the Spirit Plane 187

Diagram of the Astral Plane 197

The Major Works of J.S.M. Ward 284

Bible Study Outline   362

Lost Books Mentioned in our Old Testament   366

 

CONTENTS VOL 8   Page

Charts, Maps and Tables    5

Introduction    7

  1. The End of the Roman Empire. Decline and Fall of Byzantium. The Orthodox Church  after the Great Schism.   21
  1. The First Crusade. The Rise of the Seljuk Turks. The Western Response.  The First Crusade.  The Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem and the Other Crusader States. The Crusading Orders of Knights.  35
  1. Medieval European Mshikhanuth. The Feudal system.  The Great Cathedrals.   European Monasticism.  The Main Kingdoms of Western Europe.  49
  1. The Later Crusades and Their Aftermath. 2nd and 3rd 4th Crusade and the Sack of Constantinople. The Later Crusades.  Castles, Gunpowder and the End of Feudalism   The Moral  Decline of the Papacy  62
  1. The Greatest Empire Early History of the Central Asian Peoples. The Career and Conquests of Ghengis Khan. His Death and his successors. The massacres of Tamurlaine and the Destruction of Far Eastern Mshikhanuth.  75
  1. The Renaissance and European Exploration. The Spanish Reconquista. Beginnings of the Renaissance. Marco Polo and the Mongols. Fall of the Knights Templar. Fall of Constantinople  and its effect on Europe  The Great voyages of discovery; Vasco Da Gama, Columbus, Magellan, and  others  88
  1. The Power of Religion. The Jewish Diaspora, Monastic Revival and Reform, Cathari and other thinkers. Medieval heretics – forerunners of the Protestant Reformation   102
  1. Mshikhanuth outside Europe.  Persecutions in China, and the hiding of the “Yeshua Sutras”  The last flowering of Mshikhanuth in Central Asia.  Rabban Bar Sauma. The Mshikhaian remnants after Tamurlain. Muslim Persecutions after the Crusades.  Western Missions among Eastern Mshikhaians  118
  1. Origins of the Reformation. Church Corruption & other Causes of the Reformation, The Bible and Protestantism. Medieval Prophets: Malachi, Nostradamus &others. Interpreting prophecies 133
  1. The Story of the Bible.  The Canon of Scripture. The Number of Books. The Jewish Canon. The    Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha. The Development of the New Testament  The English Bible     149
  1. The Protestant Reformation: The Swiss Reformers. Baptists, Presbyterians & others, The Anglican position. Martyrs for their beliefs.      165
  1. The Counter-Reformation.  The Council of Trent. Key figures of the Counter-Reformation   St Charles Borromeo, St Therese of Avila and the reform of the Carmelites.   Ignatius Loyola and the    Jesuits.  The Inquisition. The Catholic Bible in English 179
  1. The Early Colonial Empires; Spain & Portugal &the Treaty of Tordesillas.   North European objections.  First British, Dutch and French Colonies  Mshikhaian Missionaries in East & West 195
  1. Victims of Colonialism Early American cultures: Maya, Aztec, Inca, Pueblo Indians & others. African and Asian Cultures: Timbuctoo; Ethiopia; Zimbabwe; India and the Moghuls: Origin of the Sikh Religion.   Islam in the Far East.  The Khmer.  Japan and China.  212
  1. Europe and the Ottoman Empire. The terrible Turk. Battle of Lepanto. Protestantism & Islam The Ottomans in Eastern Europe. The Siege of Vienna. Decline of the Ottoman Empire.   228     
  2. Europe after the Reformation: The Religious Wars and Persecutions of Europe; Protestantism in England; Dissenters;, Puritans, Congregationalists, Methodists and others      . 242
  1. The Great Colonial EmpiresThe American Revolution.  Early Settlement in Australia. Revolution in Latin America  The British Raj in India  The Colonial Empires at their Peak  257
  1. Artificial Religions. The Rise of Rationalism. Freemasons, Rosicrucians, & other Secret Societies.    The French Revolution. First Artificial Religions. Persecution of the Roman Church. Napoleonic Wars.270
  1. The Fate of Eastern Mshikhanuth. History of the Russian Church   The Orthodox Churches under Muslim Persecution.  The Uniate Churches, Oriental Orthodoxy     287
  1. The Religious Revival in Europe. The Anti-Slavery Movement in Europe and America.  Dissenters in the English Church; Quakers. Methodism and others.  Industrial Revolution . The High Church movement in Anglicanism.  Later Mshikhaian Missionaries.   303
  1. The Development of Modern Science. The work of Galileo, Newton, Linnaeus, Lyell, Darwin, Mendel, Kelvin, Lister and others. The Invention of Steam, Gas, Electricity, Telephones, Internal Combustion Engines, Radio, X-Rays & Flight., 318
  1. Major Mshikhaian sects of the 19th century:  Mormons, Seventh-Day Adventists,   Mshikhaian Scientists.     Jehovah’s Witnesses.   The Salvation Army.  333
  1. New Age Movements.  The Beginning of New Age religions and cults.  Ba’hai. Zionism. Theosophy.  Psychic Science.  Witchcraft and Wicca  348
  1. Changes in Catholicism. St Bernardette and the Immaculate Conception. The Dutch Old Catholics Papal Infallibility and the First Vatican Council. New Old Catholics,. Orthodox Catholics, and Liberal Catholics.  362
  1. The Growing Pursuit of Mammon. Increasing importance of International Commerce in the 19th          The Opium Wars & their karmic effects. Commercial Rivalry between Western Powers & the exploitation of Africa.  American Expansionism in the 19th century Other Wars of the 19th century and       the motives behind them 375

 

CHARTS, MAPS AND TABLES

Summary of the History of the Mshikhaian Dispensation. (Table)   14

Emperors of the Byzantine Empire after the Great Schism (Table)  20

The Latin Empire and Byzantine Successor States 1204-61 (Map)   25

The Restored Byzantine Empire in the Early 14th Century (Map)  25

Ottoman Conquests in the 14th & 15th Centuries (Map)   25

The Latin States established in the Middle East during the Crusades (Map)   44

Cathedrals of Medieval Europe (Map)   50

Universities of Europe in the 15th Century (Map)    53

The Dominance of the Papacy under Pope Innocent III (Map) 53

The Empire of Genghis Khan at his death in 1227 (Map)     74

Mongol States about 1280 & Marco Polo’s Travels. (Map)   83

The Mongol Kingdoms in the late 14th century. (Map)    83

The Renaisance: Timeline    87

Mshikhanuth East of the Byzantine Empire (Map)     117

The Decline of Far Eastern Mshikhanuth (Table)    130

Reformation Timeline  164

The Tridentine Creed (as amended after the First Vatican Council)  185

The 1582 Douay-Rheims New Testament. 193

The World aaccording to the Treaties of Tordesillas and Saragossa (Map) 196

The Spanish and Portuguese Empires as combined under Phillip II in 1598 (Map) 196

An Early Map of New Sweden (Map)  209

French Empire in the early 18th Century (Map)  209

European Settlements in India (1498 – 1739) (Map)  209

Early Ottoman Rulers (Table)   230

The Main Protestant Divisions after the Reformation (Table)  254

Predestinationism in Protestantism (Westminster Confession of Faith) 254

The British Indian Empire, Political Divisions (Map)   263

The Fama Fraternitatis Rosae Crucis.    277

Mormon Temple undergarment c. 1879.   277

A Masonic Initiation, Paris 1745.      277

Louisiana Purchase in 1804  (Map)       284

Napoleonic Empire at its greatest extent in 1811(Map)  284

Constantinople under the Ottomans (Map)    286

The 22 Uniate Catholic Churches Today (Table)  297

The Heliocentric Universe of Copernicus (Map) 321

First Balloon Flight    321

Herschell’s Largest Telescope   321

Mendel’s Work in Genetics  321

Popes of the Transitional Period    368

History of Papal Secular Power   368

First Vatican Council; Key Dates   368

Archbishops of Utrecht  368

The Expansion of America   380

Key Events in the rise of Materialism  380

 

 

 

CONTENTS VOL 9  Page

Introduction 7

PART ONE – The Lives of the Saints

  1. The Early Martyrs St Peter the Apostle. St Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, St Cecelia and her Companions, The Martyrs and the Early Church  25
  1. The Dawn of Monasticism. The Fathers of the Desert; St Paul the Hermit. St Anthony of the Desert St Basil the Great and the First Monasteries      39
  1. After the Fall of Rome Life of St Monica. St Genevieve of Paris, The Church in the Dark Ages.   The Old Celtic Church; St Hilda, Martyrs to the Moslems, Sts Cyril  & Methodius.  St Athanasius the Athonite.  St Edward the Confessor,  St Gizur of Iceland   51
  1. The Middle Ages; When Sanctity was Fashionable. The Life of St Bernard of Clairvaux.   Gilbert of Sepringham   St Francis of Asissi.  65
  1. Saints of the Renaissance. Raymond Nonnatus, St Thomas Aquinas Mar Gregorius Bar Hebraeus, St Bridget of Sweden, St Catherine of Sienna, St Sergius of Radonezh, St Rita of Cascia 83
  1. Saints of the Reformation. Martyrs of the English Reformation; St Thomas More,  William Tyndale,   Bishops Latimer and Ridley.  Life of St Francis Xavier.     St Therese of Avila.         King Charles I,     St Oliver Plunket  96
  1. Saints of Later Days. St Alphonsus Liguori Seraphim of Sarov.   St John Bosco.  St Therese  of Liseux 112
  1. Early Life of St Serapha Outline of her Early Life and the Beginning of her Work for God.   130
  1. The Final Years of St Serapha. Later Life and Final Sacrifice; my Personal Recollections  147
  1. What the Saints Can Teach us Common Themes in the Lives of the Saints. Differences and the many Paths to God   162

 

PART TWO. Ways to God

  1. Virtues and Vices. Major Faults and their effects on the Aspiring Soul Virtues and their  effect on Spiritual Progress     176
  1. Ethics and Morals. Definitions; A brief consideration of some of the major issues of the day     190
  1. Outline of the Path of Perfection. Seeking God. Sacrifice and Service.  The various Forms of Religious Service.  The Vows of a Religious         204
  1. “Many Roads but Love is Best” Hymn no 80 and the different Roads to God. The Path of Love.  Reasons for the Success of this Path 219
  1. Vocations and the Service of God. Working for God; an introduction to the SpiritualLife   A brief History of Monasticism.           232   
  1. In the World but not of the World An introduction to Monasticism and the Communal Life. Stages in Perfection   The Spiritual Path and the Inner Life.   The Karmic Account  247
  1. Psychic Abilities – Blessing or Curse Psychic or Psychotic? Basic Psychic Phenomena The Use or Abuse of Psychic Abilities.  Psychic Conflict.  Spiritual difficulties of The Psychic    260
  1. The Power of God. Differences between Psychic & Mystic. Contacting & Using Divine Power      Effects on the Physical Body.  Blessings, Invocations and MantrasIntroduction to  Mysticism  276
  1. The Training of a Mystic Fundamentals of Mysticism.  The Search for Contact   Progressing   by Night and By Day   Different types of dreams.  Interpreting dreams    Dreams that are more than  dreams   Differences between the Physical, Astral and Spirit Planes.   Treading the Mystic Path   Distinguishing False from Genuine Messages. The More advanced Mystic. 292
  1. The Effects of Karma. The Laws of God. The work of the Lords of Karma.   Karma in action; Examples of specific misdeeds and their likely effects.    307
  1. Karma and the Future. Karma and prophecy. Foretelling the Future.   Karma and the        Coming of Mshikha. Laws Governing the Coming of Mshikha  320

PART THREE Giving Advice

  1. Analysing and Classifying Souls that are Seeking. When a soul reaches the stage of becoming spiritually aware; Key types of Souls   Seekers and Seeking. The search for Truth.  Stages and Degrees of the Truth  335
  2. Those Who have Difficulties with our Teachings. Working with those who think      Why some Beliefs may give Difficulty   Bringing our Message to the World   Dealing with Objections to  our Beliefs      350
  1. The Biblical Authority for our Teachings. Biblical references that support Key beliefs. Use of Biblical authority in debates or discussions.  367    
  2. The Work of Confessors and Religious Superiors. The Responsibility of Guiding Others. Confessors and Confession Advice to Spiritual Directors.   Ending our earthly quest:  small aids to the earnest seeker        384

 

ILLUSTRATIONS

Selected Saints Compared (Table) 14

Persecutions and Martyrdoms through the Ages   (Table)   19

The Middle East during the Crusades  (Map) 64

Cistercian Monasticism 12th to 13th centuries (Map)   82

The Spread of Franciscan Monasteries by 1300 (Map)   82

St John Bosco (Photo)    121

St Therese of Lisieux (Photo)    124

St Serapha with Rev Father in the Folk Park c. 1934 (Photo)  129

Principal Virtues (Table)    177

Major Vices  (Table)   184

Stages in Perfection (Table)   250

Karmic Account (Chart)    255

Adult Female Showing Form of Aura (Diagram)    280

Adult Male Showing form of Aura (Diagram)      280

Significant Aspects of Dreams (Chart)   296

19-year Cycles Linked with the Coming of Mshikha   (Table)    332

Variations in Human Incarnations  (Chart)   338

 

 

CONTENTS VOL 10

Original Preface   Page: 3

List of Diagrams and Tables    9

Introduction    11

  1. Manifestation and Creation. God and Manifestation. Science and Creation.  Time and Creation  Creation and Ongoing creations   21
  1. The Rapid Descent into Matter Descent into many worlds. The unmanifested Side of the various Planes.   The Dividing of the Divine Spark.   The Formation of the Soul.   Fallen Elementals  Free Will and the Entry into matter    34
  1. The Lesser Kingdoms of Earth  Different Definitions of “Kingdoms” in Science and Theology.   The Shattering of the Spark     The Mineral Kingdom.    Death and Reincarnation.  Evolution of the Spark       The Vegetable Kingdom    The Animal Kingdom     Plants and Animals after death.   49
  1. A Message about Human Life and Death on Earth Stages in the Development of a        Human Spirit.     The example of the Apostles and the Virgin Mary     Our Cycle of Lives on Earth.      Angels who help Mankind.   The Spiritual Training of a Soul. Spiritual Tests and Falls.  The Speeding up    of Incarnations.   Achieving the Goal  62
  1. Human Incarnations (A Summary) Various types of Incarnations. Differences between  Human and Animal souls.    Spiritual types;  Generalisations and Exceptions.   Stages in Human Incarnations.  74
  1. The Story of God and Man: The Laws of God Linking Scientific and Divine Laws. The    main Divine Laws and their Effects on Mortals 85

 

  1. Karma in Action The importance of Free Will Examples of Key Aspects of Karma.  Individual      and Group Karma.  World Karma and the Return of Mshikha    Practical uses of knowledge of the Laws of Karma.     Obsession and Possession. Use of Karma in Spiritual Warfare.    100
  1. The Path of Perfection and Mysticism. Seeking a “Teacher”.   The Role of Confession in Treading the Path    Meditation and Mysticism.   Causes of Falls   116
  1. Early Human Incarnations. How the Newly-human Spirit enters Earth-life  “The Story of Tell” (Early incarnations of an average Spirit)  131
  1. Later Human Incarnations “The Story of Tell” (Later Incarnations)  Commentary on “The  Story of Tell”   144
  1. Mankind after Death: the Astral. Death and Judgement,  Life on the Astral Plane,         Differences between the Physical and Astral Planes. Dangers on the Astral Plane   Mortals after Death           The King’s Highway  157
  1. Other Aspects of the Astral Plane. Geography” of the Astral Plane; Good Elementals,     Animals on the Astral Plane.  Antiquity and the “Akashic” Record.  The Threshold and its Dangers. The Sleepers   Evil on the Astral Plane.    173
  1. The Spirit Plane: The Depths of Hell Functioning on the Spirit Plane. Divisions of the Spirit Plane   Realms of Belief and Unbelief.  The Bottomless Pit of Hell and the Shattering of a Soul         Satanists and the Hell of Devils. 189
  1. Realms of Unbelief:The Hells of Men The Upper Divisions of Hell  The Hell of Deadly Sins.   The Sins of the Flesh,   The Hell of Materialism   The Hell of Hypocrites    205
  1. Leaving Hell Ways of Leaving Hell  Missionaries in Hell,   Houses of Healing     Schools for   Reforming Sinners,   Schools for Primitive Spirits (Limbo)  Schools for the Mentally Incapacitated        From Unbelief to Half-Belief 218
  1. Realms of Belief; Purgatory and Paradise   Stages of Belief.    The Land of Twilight.  The Land of Morning Light  Paradise; the Land of Noon-tide Light    231
  1. The Wall of Fire and Beyond The Garden of Eden.   The Wall of Fire   The Path of Return to  Earth   The Overself and the Path to Higher Planes    245
  1. The Three Planes of the Saints The Work of the Saints.  The Venerable. The Beatified. The fully Sanctified.  Soul Mates and the Union of Two Souls.   260
  1. The Work of the Heavenly Hierarchy: Lower Angelic Planes Time Spent on the Angelic Planes. The Ranks of Angels. Work of Guardian Angels among the lower forms of Life. Guardian Angels to Humans. The Archangelic Plane and the War against Evil   277
  1. The Heavenly Hierarchy: Angels who work with Institutions The Lesser Connection with Earth, The Work of the Thrones, Dominions, Principalities and Powers.  Masters of Fate – Lords of    Karma   293
  1. The Heavenly Hierarchy: Angels of the Universe Union of Soul-mates from different     worlds  Work of Virtues, Cherubim and Seraphim, The various Ranks of Seraphim, Triple Unions,  Sephiroth    306
  1. The Powers of Darkness. Those who oppose God; The Denizens of Hell. The Dark Hierarchy.   Serving God in the Dark Hierarchy.      319
  1. The War in Heaven: Laws of God in Spiritual Warfare. War in the Realms of Human Spirits  War in the Angelic Realms. Specific Battle Fronts  The Descent of Mshikha to Earth  332    
  2. The Coming of Mshikha Descent through Angelic Realms. Opposition to His Descents.  Mshikha’s Descents to various Planes.  The Future Reign of Mshikha on Earth  The Cycle of the Ages and the various Incarnations of the Salvator. Ages to Come    345
  1. The Return to God. The Nature of Good and Evil The Purpose of Creation.   Spirit Re-unions on    the way back to God   Mystical Union with God – a foretaste of the Ultimate Union.  Union with God.     God Unmanifested and God as the Trinity   362

Appendix One: Abbey Quotations      375

Dictionary of Terms      382

 

 

LIST DIAGRAMS AND TABLES

The Shattering of the Divine Spark      39

The Kingdoms of Earth    52

Some of the Laws of God     88

Stages in Perfection    118

The Lives of Tell   153

The Planes of Existence    156

Divisions of the Astral Plane 

Rex Ward’s Diagram of the Astral Plane   173

Divisions of the Spirit Plane                                                                     

Rev. Father’s original hand-drawn diagram of the Spirit Plane,  191

A more simplified representation of the Spirit Plane   191

The Wall of Fire and Beyond    244

The Planes of the Saints        244

The Work of the Angels  305

St Serapha’s Death Certificate  341

History of Mshikha’s Descents through the Planes  344

History of the Work   348

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