The Warnings of Jesus the Christ

The Warnings of Jesus the Christ, as recorded by John

Here is the warnings of Jesus the Christ, from the workings of his mind, which is beyond the minds of men, to show the followers of The Way and those who struggle against all reason. He has said; and all that he will say, shall surely come to pass.

And he placed his words before his disciples, mainly Peter and John, commanding them of the coming of the seventh High Caulbearer after him, to complete the Purpose that has been the hallowed purpose of him and those gone before him.

We who do bare record of the word of this High Lord, which is the testimony of Jesus the Christ, and of all things that he saw, all things that he knew, and all things related to us that he did think.

Blessed is he that shall read his words, and thrice blessed are they that hear his words and his prophecy. We are commanded by him to keep those things which are written therein before the eyes of men, until the Seventh cometh. The time of the Seventh shall be eighty generations, and though many years shall pass until the ending of men upon the earth, the time, none the less, is close at hand.

And Jesus sat upon a rock, and he spake onto us, saying: “Show each man who liveth by The Way and by the Covenant of The Way his true value, for such good people walketh not in the counsel of the believer, nor stand in the ways of the sodomite, nor sit in the seat of the haughty.

“Let the followers delight be in the Law of the Lords of the Nazarenes; and in their law shall he meditate both day and night, at every mealtime, and at the rising and the going down of the sun.

“And such a follower shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that brings forth its fruit in its season. The leaf of the diligent also shall not wither, and whatsoever he shall do shall show profit of the spirit, and they shall prosper in all ways.

“The believers in gods and in demons are not so, but are like the chaff which the wind drives away from the threshing floors of life. Therefore the believers in that which is not believable shall not stand in the tabernacles of the Covenant, nor shall evil doers who relent not stand in the congregation of the Children of Reason. For the Lords knoweth the way of light; but those who remain in darkness by design, by evil or by stupidity, shall surely perish.”

Then he showed great sadness, as was his way at such times, and he said, “Why do the believers show great rage against the Children of Reason? And why do these people imagine such a vile thing? The kings of the earth, with their priests, set themselves; and the rulers and their vicars take counsel together against the Lords of Reason and of Light—and yea, even against the anointed Caulbearers, saying, ‘Let us break their bodies asunder, and cast away their stench from us.’

“He that sitteth in the high places shall laugh: the Lords shall have them in derision. Then shall the Last speak unto them in his wrath, and vex them in his sore displeasure, for he shall they count as nothing. And his number shall be ten.

“Yet have I set my king upon my hallowed hill of that final fortification, against them. He will declare the decree: ‘Follow reason, and so shalt thou be saved from the terrors that shall surely befall all men that turn their faces from The Way. Ask of me and I shall give thee of thine inheritance, both of reason and the parts of the earth that shall be not defiled, for thy possession.’

“They shalt break themselves with a rod of iron; they shall dash themselves in pieces like a potter’s vessel upon the anvils of their own forging. Be wise now therefore, O ye kings and priests: be instructed all ye that think themselves fit judges of the earth. Serve this Lord of Reason with fear, and rejoice with the trembling of thy conversion. Fall upon your faces and kiss the feet of this Lord of Knowledge, lest he be angered against thee, turn from thee, and ye perish from The Way.

“When his wrath is kindled but a little, he is terrible to behold. When his wrath is full, it shall scorch thee. When he despairs of thee, thou art doomed.

“Blessed are all they that put their trust in reason and the certainty of true knowledge; upon which rock their foundations shall be secure. This is The Way. Follow, or reap the harvest of thine own destruction, for the time of the forgiveness of man is long since over.

“The earth shall not yield to your cries, neither shall there be hiding places. Desolate shall be all believers in that which is beyond belief. Damned shall they be of their own stupidity; and damned shall be the fruit of their loins for all eternity.

“John shall visit the sites of the seven churches, which are cast about the earth. Grace be unto you dear brother, and peace from this Lord which is, and each gone before; and above all, he which is to come; and from the Seven Spirits which are before his throne of the Force of The All.

“Upon the coming of the Seventh, I ask of you who shall be his faithful witness—he by the right of his caul and his marks that shall leave men in no doubt, except those who are want to be in doubt, shall be the prince of the kings of the earth—unto him that shall men show great love, or you shall be washed from the face of the earth.

“He shall heal in his own blood, yet shall men still believe against him. He shall be all that he is prophesied to be, and still shall men go against him. Men will come onto him to give aid, but it shall be mostly for their own aid in secret matters.

“In that far-off time, which draws ever closer, men shall be all drunkards, and women shall be all whores. Cursed are they from mine lips and from my spirit! Cursed shall be those who fornicate with children! Cursed shall be the sodomites who fornicate one with the other in their shit! They are not men: neither shall they be called beast—for they are nothing!

“Behold, he cometh with the clouds of great war that shall encompass all the world; and every eye that shall see him shall know him to be different. Their vile treatments of him, and their evil words that come from only the vilest on minds, shall pierce him. Then all kindred blood of them shall surely die—I Joshua Ben Miriam prophesy!

“All of the earth shall wail because of him or shall weep with joy, and their own judgment shall be upon them. He shall be the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending of man upon the earth. He shall be the salvation which is to come; sent before men by the Almighty Force of the Earth, which is not god, nor is it man, nor is it anything that men may know of. It shall be known only to seven High Caulbearers, which it has begat, and shall beget.

“Pity you all this last Lamb, for he shall be sorely tried. His pain shall know no bounds, nor shall the evil that shall be poured upon him even by those who know of better.

“And he shall be born as I have lain out before thee: and upon that wondrous day men shall hear but a small voice crying. Yet shall a greater voice say, ‘He is the Alpha and Omega, the First and the Last!’ The Brotherhood shall have spoken, but even they shall turn from him in their greed and in their evil intent.

“And he shall write in a book; and he shall send men unto the seven churches, which shall be shown onto him by numbers; and only he shall know.

“I have been visited by him in a dream: and he appeared to me in the midst of seven candlesticks. The Son of the Force of the Earth was clothed with a garment down to the foot, split at the bottom about his legs, with a leather girdle about him. His head and his hairs were white, like fine wool as white as snow. And his eyes were as a flame of fire, and they burned as a furnace; and his voice was like the sound of many waters, soothing and gentle, penetrating my inner being, and calming me.

“And he had in his right hand seven stars, and out of his mouth went a sharp two-edged sword; and his countenance was as the sun shineth in his strength.

“And when I saw him, I fell at his feet as if I was dead. And he laid his right hand upon me, saying unto me, ‘Fear not. I am the First and the Last that you know of and have prophesied. Prophesy me yet again, that men may hear, and so make my way less hard. I am he that liveth and am not dead. And behold, I am alive for evermore with thee in the bosom of our father and mother, who is father and mother to all that there is. I am the Seventh, and my number is ten; and I have the Seventh Seal of Life and of Death.

“Tell all men for my sake, and for theirs, of the things which really are and the things which shall be hereafter. Tell them of the mystery of the seven stars which thou sawest in my right hand, and the seven golden candlesticks. The seven stars are the High Caulbearers in this matter; the seven secrets are of the seven churches.’ These things saith he that holdeth the seven stars in his right hand, who walketh in the midst of the seven golden candlesticks.

“And in his left hand he held his staff. I asked him why he held such a staff, the like that I had not seen before—it bellowed with a loud noise and flames came from it—and he said onto me, ‘Fear it not. It is here to be assured that when I offer goodness onto men, that they give me not death in return.’ And he did smile upon me; and I knew that we were as one.

“And the Seventh said onto me, ‘I know thy works and thy labour, and thy patience, and how thou canst not bear them which are evil. Thou, Jesus, art a better man than I.’

“And I told him of that which is prophesied, saying, ‘Thou shall take the drunkard and the whore, and give chance to them, so that they might amend their ways. Thou shalt not give honour to them who shall say they are apostles, and are not; and thou shall find them liars.’

“Thou shalt have borne great patience with them in that time. And for my name’s sake shalt thou labour and shall not be deterred, nor shall thou be fainted.

“Nevertheless, I have somewhat that I shall be envious of thee. Thou shalt have the final commitment and the strength of that commitment, because thou hast a great love, even towards those who hate thee. But this thou hast above all—that thou hatest the deeds of the sodomite and the abusers of little children, which I also hate.’

“And I said again onto him, ‘He that hath an ear, let him hear what thy spirit saith unto the churches—to him that overcometh wilt thou give to eat of the Tree of Life, which is in the midst of the paradise of the earth that thou shall show onto them.’

“These things sayeth I to him, and he onto me. These things saith the First and the Last, which was dead, and is alive; for he shall be born from whence he is now, and to that hallowed place shall he return. Let him decide if men be worthy or if they be not worthy, for he is the final judgment in which all men shall judge themselves; and he shall wash his hands.

“He that hath an ear, let him hear what this last Spirit shall say onto thee, and onto his seven churches. He that shall be the Last shall not be hurt of the second death. And his number shall be ten; and the number of his caul shall be seven.

“And I said to him, finally, ‘Lamb, I pity thee, as I also envy thee, of thy task, for man shall show no reason.’

And he agreed that it shall be likely so. And he took his leave of me, and returned to that place from whence we all cometh, and shall all return.

This text is sourced in The Bible, the Hallowed Book of Man