We can either begin again, if we listen to “authority,” as one world, a “new world” order—with zero individual rights; or begin again, as we did before, with a self-governed individual. This is the way America began. America began, as defined in my dictionary, with a form of anarchy: “theory that regards the absence of all direct or coercive government as a political ideal and that proposes the cooperative and voluntary association of individuals and groups as the principle mode of organized society.”
Peaceful coexistence has never yet existed in a situation in which the individual has zero rights, because the individual has been created with reason and logic, something unique in living organisms on Planet Earth. It is amazing how little people think of this, both the governed and those who govern. In early America, neighbor helped neighbor. This was essential. There was very little government to help people. In fact, there is not one word in the U.S. Constitution about government help to the individual.
In early America, life was simple. If someone was known to build a good wagon, he got more business than he could take care of. He became prosperous, and why not? Those who were not resourceful lived poorly. But now we have authorities with terribly complex ideas in the limelight. Life has become complicated, nations in big trouble, and ravening wolves in sheep’s clothing feasting on us.
Individual aid came with the Great Depression and the Roosevelt Administration’s New Deal law—better said, government foot-in-the-law law.
Coincidentally, America declared her independence from old-world England and King George on July 4, 1776, when the zodiac pointed to Aquarius, the water-bearer. The water-bearer connects with Mark 14:13. Jesus said to his disciples: “Go ye into the city, and there shall meet you a man bearing a pitcher of water: Follow him.” The water-bearer led the disciples to the “upper rooms,” where Jesus and the disciples held their last supper. And they sat and did eat. Jesus: “Verily I say unto you, one of you which eatith with me shall betray me” (Mark 14:18).
Jesus originated centuries before, arriving from Zoroastrian priests—astrologers. It was said astrologers, the Magi, the three wise men, who followed the Star of Bethlehem to Christ’s birthplace. Could this story be metaphor and symbolism, something invented? The ancients went by word of mouth. The story of my life is full of symbols.
Metaphor and symbolism is a natural. The ancients knew little about the makeup of the universe. Ninety-nine percent of today’s people know little. But getting back to the story, the disciples all insisted that they would never betray Jesus, especially Peter. Jesus said to Peter, “before the cock crows, you will deny me three times.”
Jesus arrived in the beginning of the Age of Pisces, a time when people “desperately want to do the right thing, but as a rule they do not have strong willpower. Therefore they are easily influenced by external factors. They must learn to stand alone and face the unknown with a simple faith.” Astrologer’s Handbook.
The symbol of Pisces is two attached fish swimming in opposite directions. Imagine that! It fits the present like a hand in a glove. There seems to be something we don’t know about life.
We are now leaving the Age of Pisces, entering the age of Aquarius, whose ruler is the planet Uranus. Uranus is my ruler—the ruler of the United States, and Aquarius. I’m Aquarius rising. Abraham Lincoln was Aquarius with Aquarius rising—another perfect fit.
A Jewish authority on the law, a scribe, upon hearing Jesus and the disciples reasoning together asked Jesus, which was the first commandment of all? And Jesus answered him: “The first of all commandments is, Hear O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord” (Mark 12:29). To this day, Israel has not heard, nor have any of the religions of Abraham heard that there is but one God. They each have their own fabrication of God. And the President of the United States, same as Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor, washes his hands, while the representatives of the American people play a game of charades. We are on the Yellow Brick Road, on our way to see the Wizard of Oz, who will fix anything wrong.
Jesus said that in his Father’s House there were many mansions, meaning there was only one God. In his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus advised this: “Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth; as it is in heaven.” God is in heaven and in earth—everywhere (Matthew 6:10). “But seek ye first the kingdom of God” (Matthew 6:33), said Jesus. And Jesus said: “Neither shall they say; Lo here! or low there!” Who is “they?” In Genesis 1:26, “Let us make man in our image;” in Genesis 1:27, “So God created man in his own image;” so said Jesus: “for behold, the kingdom of God is within you” (Luke 17:21).
The first thing Jesus did when he began his ministry was to turn over the moneychangers’ tables. The authorities were living fine lives by the selling of sacrificial animals to the people, claiming the only way to heaven was to sacrifice animals—their blessed animals, and no others—a nice way to riches if you can get away with it. It originated in the Stone Age. Jesus called his authorities hypocrites and worse. What would today’s world do to Jesus if he “turned over the moneychangers’ tables?” Nothing has changed.
Heaven is not a place. It is a state—in you, in me, and everywhere. But we can’t have that. We wouldn’t need authorities directing our lives. We’d be back like is was in America. We must move forward to “a new world order,” to be ruled by an elite few? Give me a break!
The religious continue to look at heaven as a place, and their place on earth, and as well as their religion, “something” over which to fight and kill for. Equipped to be reasonable and logical, and now turned into animals—government entitled—we are slaves of the powerful.
I know the power in me. I know Jesus. I remain free. My life is good. It is simple. What more can I say? Look within for your answers.