|ABOLISH $, LAW & $TATE
By A Messiah & Holy Spirit (1990)
Those who quote "Saint" Paul aren't Christians, they're Saint Paulians. Paul is anti-Christ.
There are many anti-Christs. Jesus is the Logos/Logic of God (The Truth or Way to live-life).
Look the word "Logos" up in the dictionary and see the etymology of "logic." Logos is logic.
The first sentence of the New Testament book of John, says, "In the beginning was the
Logos." (The oldest N.T. manuscripts were written in Greek.) They translate "Logos"
incorrectly as Word. Thomas Jefferson rejected the teachings of Paul by not including Paul in
his edition of the N.T. The early Christian/Jewish Ebionites also despised Paul.
The word "devil" derives from the Greek word diabolos (see the etymology of "devil"), which
means to slander and falsely accuse. The devil/anti-Christ doesn't always lie and falsely
accuse but lies enough to lead you astray and ensnare your soul. What Paul says is either
trite or a lie. The worst lie Paul tells is, "If you confess with your mouth that Jesus has risen
from the dead you will be saved." This is illogical, it makes about as much sense as the Jews
killing a scapegoat on the day of at-one-ment. (See Leviticus 5.)
To be "saved" means to be made whole, not one-half but whole. Being "saved" is a euphoric
state of mind. The more you attempt to save yourself, the more you fall into the pit of hell
(despair) by admitting you're not whole. If it's necessary for you to be saved, you will be -- che
sará sará. When Babylon (a nation of commerce and confusion) falls and money ("the
stumblingblock of iniquity") becomes a "worthless thing" (Ezekiel 7:19) or "a thing of the past"
(Luke 16:9 NEV), the wheat will be separated from the chaff and many, who thought they
were "saved," will be weeping with despair (Revelation 18). The Bible is a novel, a bunch of
fables and metaphors, wisdom and Truth, Logos and illogic about The Way to live-life.
Brainwashed Saint Paulians quote their savior (Paul) saying, "It's the love of money, there's
nothing evil in money itself, it's just a tool." Money is a tool for exploiting and enslaving
people. Jesus (the Christ-Logos) said, "You can't serve God and Money, you'll either love the
one and hate the other or hold to the one and despise the other." The N.T. author, Luke
wrote, "The Pharisees, who love money (literally, fond of silver), heard all this [about God &
money] and scoffed." The correct, in context, translation of the Aramaic word "Mammon" is
money. The first thing Jesus did when he entered Jerusalem was to upset the tables of the
moneychangers. He also said, "Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's." Money is not of
God, it is of man (Caesar) -- like the boundary lines and laws that will not exist in a kingdom
of godliness. The State of Israel is a fraud, only a messiah can establish Israel, not just in the
"Holy Land" but worldwide, without bullets, barbed wire, bombs and battleships.
Anyone who believes The Gospel of Eliminating Money is slandered by the devils who love
money: Karl Marx, Saint Thomas More, Castro, Pol Pot and Libya's Muammar al Qathafi
believe in eliminating money. Other Saints that teach The Truth (which is The Way to
Live-Life) about money are ignored: Saint Francis of Assisi, The Buddha, The Essenes,
Tolstoy . . .
The anti-Christs mistranslate/misconstrue the truth about the "mark" of the beast. "No one
buys or sells without the money of the beast on/in mind or hand." The Greek word
mistranslated as "mark" actually means money! To find out the true meaning of the word
mistranslated as "mark," you have to have access to an unabridged classical Greek lexicon
by H.D. Liddell, which is available only in large public libraries (not in Tucson) or universities
(the University of Arizona has two editions). Since Hebrew and Greek letters have numerical
equivalents (i.e., A=1, B=2 et cetera), the "number of the beast" (666) is the sum of the
separate letters of his name. Of countless explanations, the most probable is Neron Caesar
(in Hebrew letters), which if spelled without the final n, also accounts for a variant reading,
616. Nero was a Roman emperor from 54-68 AD. The book of "Revelations," originally a
Hebrew/Jewish book written before 66 AD, was plagiarized by Christians/Paulians, who
added stuff about Jesus at the beginning and end. In 66 AD the Jews revolted against
Caesar and coined their own money. Therefore, the "Revelation" is: "Nero the beast's money
is evil and our Jewish money is good." Today, the Paulians claim "The Mark" is a microchip
implant, Social Security number or new technology that will keep track of us in the future. The
truth is: The "Mark" of the Beast is Money and it's "on/in your mind/hand when you
Money is an unnecessary evil. Money can destroy money. Mark "666" on money, get a
rubber-stamp, stamp: "No one buys or sells without the MONEY of the beast on/in mind or
hand. -- Apocalypse" and, "You can't serve God & MONEY, you'll either love the one and
hate the other. -- Jesus" Spread the Gospel of Eliminating Money on the money itself!
Millions of people are enslaved by, for or because of money, performing unnecessary
paper-pushing jobs -- not for the benefit of everyone and the glory of God but to the detriment
of many and the glory of evil. In America, with modern machinery, there are few necessary
jobs, yet many are working two or three jobs to pay the bills. More than half the American
workers work at unnecessary jobs: bankers, bookkeepers, accountants, cashiers, salesmen,
manufacturers and merchants of death, tobacco, drugs, prostitution, bombs; creating shoddy
merchandise that self destructs and becomes obsolete without interchangeable, standardized
parts; creating smutty art and entertainment, gladiator sports, the false dream of winning the
lottery; more than half the farmers raise and feed animals -- literally pearls (corn & soybeans)
before swine. Money creates alienation; nation against nation, neighbor against neighbor; we
live in our own little boxes, everyone with their own appliances and car running around in the
pursuit of money, escaping the reality of a better world without money, laws, sovereign
nations, states and boundary lines.
Money will not exist in a "Kingdom of Godliness." When money is abolished by intelligent,
enlightened, mature people evolving to a higher form of life or, by the grace of God is
destroyed by man's own foolishness through inflation, counterfeiting or lack of confidence
and faith in it, the ungodly lovers of money will weep and gnash their teeth but the saints, the
holy spirits will rejoice. Eliminating money will separate the wheat from the chaff, the sheep
from the goats, the Logicians from the Paulians.
The Name of God: ‘I BECOME WHO I BECOME’ (Exodus 3:14)
From: You shall be as gods, Erich Fromm, 1966.
God makes repeated concessions to various pleas made by Moses, who states that the
pagan Hebrews cannot understand the language of freedom or the idea of a God who
reveals himself only as the God of history, without mentioning a name: “I am the God of your
father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob” (Ex. 3:6).
Moses argues that the Hebrews will not believe him: Moses tells God, “If I come to the people
of Israel and say to them, ‘The God of your fathers has sent me to you,’ and they ask me,
‘What is his name?’ what shall I say to them?” (Ex. 3:13)
Moses’ objection is well taken. The very essence of an idol is that it has a name; every thing
has a name because it is complete in time and space. For the Hebrews, accustomed to the
concept of idolatry, a nameless God of history could not make sense, for a nameless idol is a
contradiction in itself. God recognizes this and makes a concession to the understanding of
the Hebrews. He gives himself a name and says to Moses: ‘I AM WHO I AM.’ And he said,
‘Say this to the people of Israel, “I AM has sent me to you”’” (Ex. 3:14).
What does this strange name which God gives himself mean? The Hebrew text says
EHEYEH asher EHEYEH; or “Eheyeh has sent me to you.” Eheyeh is the first person of the
imperfect tense of the Hebrew verb “to be.” In Hebrew there is no present tense but only two
basic tense forms: perfect and imperfect. The present can be formed by the use of the
participle, as in English “I am writing,” but there is no tense corresponding to “I write.” All
relations of time are expressed by certain secondary alterations to the verb. Fundamentally
an action is experienced as being either perfected or nonperfected. With words denoting
actions in the physical world, the perfect necessarily implies the past. If I have perfected
writing a letter, my writing is finished; it is in the past. But with activities of a nonphysical
nature, like knowing, for instance, it is different. If I have perfected my knowledge, it is not
necessarily in the past, but the perfect of knowing can — and often does — mean in Hebrew
“I know completely,” “I understand thoroughly.” The same holds true of verbs like “to love,”
and the like.
In considering God’s “name,” the importance of the Eheyeh lies in the fact that it is
the imperfect of the verb “to be.” It says God is, but his being is not completed like that of
a thing, but is a living process, a becoming; only a thing, that is, that which has reached its
final form, can have a name. A free translation of God’s answer to Moses would be: “My
name is Nameless; tell them that ‘Nameless’ has sent you.” [Or: “I Become Who I Become”
— Raquel]* Only idols have names, because they are things. The “living” God cannot have a
name. In the name of Eheyeh we find an ironical compromise between God’s concession to
the ignorance of the people and his insistence that he must be a nameless God.
This God who manifests himself in history cannot be represented by any kind of image,
neither by an image of sound — that is, a name — nor by an image of stone or wood. This
prohibition of any kind of representation of God is clearly expressed in the Ten
Commandments, which forbid man to bow down before any “graven image,” nor any likeness
of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water
under the earth” (Ex. 20:4). This command is one of the most fundamental principles of
* The meaning of a nameless God has been beautifully captured by Master Eckhart. “The
final end of being,” he said, “is the darkness of non-knowing of the hidden Godhead, in whom
this light shines, and this darkness did not comprehend it. Hence Moses said: ‘He who hath
sent me’ (Ex. 3:14). He who is without a name, and who never obtained a name, for which
reason the prophet said: ‘Truly thou art a hidden God’ (Isaiah 45:14) in the ground of the soul
where God’s ground and the soul’s are one ground. The more one seeks Thee, the less one
can find Thee. You should seek Him in such a way as never to find Him. If you do not seek
Him, you will find Him.” (James M. Clark, Meister Eckhart: An Introduction to the Study of His
Works with an Anthology of His Sermons [Edinburgh: T. Nelson Sons, 1957], Sermon XXIV,
p. 241. [My italics, E.F.]