(8 Source Readings in this chapter)
In the Beginning . . .
Read in your Book: God created the lights, the earth, the firmament,
and He looked upon the Earth and His stars, and moon, and the sun, all these things, and
saw that they were good. And as God smiled upon creation, He called the Sons of God
together. And the Sons of God [were] all those entities that were part of His soul. As God
moved, these soul entities broke off from His body and spread about, frolicking, enjoying
the pleasures, the beauty of Gods creation. So the Sons of God would be the
beginnings of you and me. They moved over the waters and through the light. There was
singing and music, the singing, the laughter of the children of God, and God saw that it
was good. And all these entities, as parts of their Creator, of the nature of the Creator,
then were, in themselves, creators, through the power of God. We would see then that they
had those powers of creating forms of their own.
Now, that you might understandthese entities were then, as you
might say, thought forms, but were able to project themselves into material forms. Hence
we would have these beasts, these living creatures that you would consider prehistoric,
and many of those creatures that you would consider myths, or fables: the centaur, the
satyr, the unicorn, the winged beasts. These things as have been drawn, things as
have come from the imagination of man. All these things were beings materialized as
thought forms. And as these Sons of God became caught up in material things about this
Earth, they became these grotesque beasts and things lower than the Sons of God.
This then was the reason for the first Adam, for it would be seen that
God sent His Son into the world to take charge of the world and subdue the world. For it
is spoken in your book of Genesis, that this was Gods command to the first Adam: Be
fruitful and subdue the earth, as it should have been translated. Then we would see that
the one you call Jesus had entered as thought form on that land as you would call Atlantis
and was known there as Amelius.
Other soul entities entered the beasts and
mutants, as they might be referred to, and became grotesque and out of hand. Christ then
came that these might be released from the Earth and that the higher order of primates,
which had been evolved, might be taken as a means of expression for these, and in doing so
might walk the earth with an intelligent mind.
What we now refer to as the conscious mind was given then as the third
part, as might be said, of the soul entity, and was thus given this opportunity to live a
life on this plane, on the earthly material plane in such a manner they might be purified
and regain God Consciousness, and realize that their soul entity, that which they are, is
God. Then once again they might identify with God and in bringing their soul entity back
to that level, their thought patterns, their actions, these things might be purified
through life on this plane. They would be given that chance to raise themselves back to
the level of God and thus once again become one with God and know those joys, those
pleasures that were theirs before the beginning of the world.
You have asked, then, if all these were once Sons of God, in what way
is Jesus special, the one who became Christ, especially the Son of God, or known as His
first begotten. We would see then that the Christ, as were all souls, was in the beginning
with God, before creation and during creation, and through creation, and nothing was
created without Him. This entity then was sent especially to Earth as a higher form, as
closer to God, as the one chosen by God to be His first begotten in fleshly form.
Therefore we would see that He entered the Earth at a higher plane.
Now, how can it be that the Christ, that one who was perfect, would
have sinned in the garden? We would see then in this manner: Christ entered this
plane in a fleshly body, yet still was God. There was not the possibility for sin
for this was foreign to God. But because it was the purpose of this man Jesus, entering
this plane in order that all others might be given that chance for redemption, Jesus had
to lose the God identity which was part of his nature and become identified with man.
Hence, the analogy of the tree of knowledge of good and evil and the reason for him and
his soul mate partaking thereof. We would thus find that the one who tempted them was
another entity, like we are, but one who had fallen. Christ partook of this fruit that He
might be complete man. This then was the purpose of God, the knowledge of God that the
first Adam might make it possible that in the last Adam all might be redeemed.
Then to further answer your question, there were with Christ, through
His direction, the other Sons of God that came and materialized in the world at that time
in five different places, in five different nations. Simultaneously the Earth was
inhabited with the five different races on the five different continents, if you would.
Now these were children of God. These had not lowered themselves
through the creation and the frolicking in the bodies of the beasts. They came here that
those who were so Earth bound might be released.
Now this you will find in your own scripture if you read it carefully.
All of this then might be realized through those words ye have recorded in your Bible.
Then we find that from the beginning, those Sons of God who still were on the plane with
God were given charge by God of protecting those entities that had fallen. We would find
then, that even in this day, there still are those charged on this plane with aiding and
seeking to help those of you who would raise yourselves back to this plane. Through
growth, through spiritual growth, through evolvement, through cleansing the body and the
soul, come back to be one with God.