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|Beyond the Threshold
Deathbed-Scenes, Scene 11 - Beyond the Threshold
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|Robert Blum’s life on Earth
|First impressions of the executed in the beyond. Awareness of feeling alive.
|Robert thinks he has been anaesthetised.
|Distress call to God – appeal to Jesus
|Attempts at walking within empty space. Self-dialogue about nothingness and continuing life. Cursing God - the bringer of sorrow.
|Outer peace, inner disquiet. What is life? Desire for the assurance of faith leads to prayer. Thoughts for wife and children.
|Well tried remembrance of Jesus produces powerful lightning. Robert’s fear and happy amazement.
|Renewed zest for life. Revenge turns into forgiveness. New lightning and lasting light.
|All worldly wisdom is vanity. Jesus impresses faith upon His disciples.
|Favourable thoughts about Jesus. Growing faith in immortality and a God of love.
|More reverent thoughts and yearning for Jesus. The light region moves closer
|A human shape in the light region: is it Jesus? Robert’s joy at the yearned for.
|Robert’s call. Jesus comes. The departed soul finds solid foundations again.
|Robert addresses the Lord. Jesus’ answer, and an important life question
|A good answer. Pious desires.
|The Lord promises realisation of just desires, with certain reservations. Robert’s fiery denunciation of tyrants.
|The Lord argues: submit yourselves to the authorities. Robert questions this commandment, seeking clarification on the nature of Jesus’ human divinity.
|Jesus’ talk about the necessity of worldly powers. No human society without order and obedience
|About obedience. Examples from the natural world.
|Further example: the need for high mountains
|Medium and small mountains - their origin and overall purpose for the Earth planet
|Graduated subordination necessary also among men.
|Robert agrees. His rejoinder about rulers’ misuse of power.
|Comforting reply for Robert’s dark doubts. Free man’s wickedness is self-punishing. The lesson of history
|Purpose of the terrestrial life school. Temporal or everlasting blessedness?
|Robert’s retort: I will return life to whoever gave it. Can there be a God of love who treats His creatures so harshly?
|Clarification on man’s raising up to independence. Seemingly difficult breeding school. - Loftiest divine love wisdom.
|Physical death also an aid out of God’s love. Death throes in former and present times.
|Meaning of the text: ‘Depart from Me, accursed ones!’ Every wicked spirit curses itself. - Sin against the holy Spirit.
|About the rich glutton and poor Lazarus in the beyond. Who created hell? Only the malice of the spirits.
|Robert’s glad agreement. An ultimate question: ‘What is God’s true nature?’.
|Love Me, Jesus; for the fullness of the Godhead dwells in Me! Robert doubts this, intending to accept it in faith.
|About genuine and false faith. The perils of the good life
|Robert’s notion of faith and the right worship of God
|Man’s dual capacity to discern. Only spiritual light gains true faith. Practice and virtue.
|Robert’s annoyance at being reminded of his worldly weaknesses, seeking other discourse.
|The danger of soul-praise. Even princes of angels need humility for spiritual progress. Humbly confess your guilt for your blessing.
|Robert’s retrospection to his earthly fortunes: ‘punish, but don’t leave me’.
|Robert takes a good turn. Explanation about the biblical John the Baptist. Dawn of everlasting light of recognition in Robert.
|Start of a new life out of God’s Spirit. A new liberty-test upon a higher level of cognition.
|Robert: let Your will be my life. – Love upon love.
|A true brother. Parable of the target shooting. Love towards the Lord determines everything.
|Robert’s new, glorious world. Astonished thanks and fervent love. “This world is out of you” – A parable on procreation
|Robert’s task in the new home. The first reception. Fallen political friends. Robert counsels them.
|Robert’s powerful witness to Christ. The Viennese crowd.
|Robert inquires about three worldly comrades-in-arms. A soul-portrait of these ‘people’ friends. Robert counsels peaceful forgiveness
|Entry into Robert’s house. Spiritual correspondence of the storeys. Cautioning with the Viennese crowd. Heart communication with the Lord
|Wonderful house interior. Robert’s anger at what he sees in the garden. Scandalous scenes among the Viennese. The Lord takes up the healing of the wicked souls.
|A flock of former show-dancers enter the house, after much suffering in the spirit world. Humble begging for bread and accommodation
|The Viennese crowd asks for the dancers. Robert’s thunderous sermon. Salvation of the souls at the abyss.
|Three of Robert’s comrades-in-arms before the Lord. Reform also for them. The grateful dancers as tools.
|The good effect of Robert’s spirit. His heart is shaken by the Lord’s condescension The good effect of his sympathy.
|The rabble-rousers Messenhauser, Jellinek and Becher in the beyond. Their opinions about God, hell and fate
|Jellinek demonstrates God’s existence from nature, but man could not grasp more about the Deity
|Journey of discovery. Timorous heroes. The Lord appears with Robert.
|Jellinek’s heart is kindled with love for Robert’s Friend. Celestial wine. Jellinek’s toast and the Lord’s response.
|Effects of the celestial wine. Question about Christ and His Deity. Robert’s foreboding answer. Jellinek’s favourite saying.
|Womanising-test for Robert’s friends. Jellinek’s and Messenhauser’s good replies.
|The Lord about the misused phrase ‘The end justifies the means’
|The dancers seek clarification about God. Robert counsels: ‘seek the light within’. Danger in purely external research.
|The dancer’s comprehension. Struggle against unclean nature-spirits within man. Stages of perfection. The Most High.
|Among the bawdy Viennese crowd. Salutary healing for these heroes of the flesh Robert invites them to come into the house.
|The guests behold the dancers. Conversations. Heroes of the barricades
|The dramatist reprimanded by Robert. The good-hearted heroine encourages him in vain.
|The Viennese and the unruly Bohemian. The heroine turns to Jellinek, who refers her to the Lord.
|The heroine turns to the Lord for help. The Saviour’s counsel: confess your problems openly! Story of a fallen one.
|The Lord’s comments on the reason for this seemingly offensive revelation
|The waiting heroine and the haughty dramatist. The latter rebuked by the Lord. Love miracle upon the heroine Helena.
|The dramatist’s reaction to Helena’s transformation. Difference between dream and real life. Olaf’s parable of courtship.
|The dramatist’s marital affairs. The helpful general.
|The dramatist’s marriage heaven clouds over. The bride’s true nature unmasked.
|The wife Emma’s claims. The General as marriage counsellor. Marriage feud.
|Continuing the marriage story. Emma’s nervous crisis and conversion.
|Surprises for the man of drama. He finds old acquaintances. Olaf’s good advice.
|Olaf’s petition for his friends’ welfare. The Lord’s promise – a soul-fish catch. The blindly stubborn dramatist
|The honest shoeshine man. The unwelcome Mierl. The dramatist’s dirty laundry hung out. The offended spirit of arrogance abandons the company
|Olaf’s intercession before the Lord. Testimony to Jesus’ Deity, and surrender to His will. Satiation of poor souls.
|Caution with the partially blind. Announcement of a celestial High Council. The Lord’s greatness, simplicity and goodness.
|The venerable council meeting. The Lord’s question: What shall become of the Earth? Adam, Noah, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob speak
|Helena’s impatience assuaged. Moses and David speak. Helena’s interloping speech and David’s final word.
|Peter’s harsh speech on Rome. Paul’s enlightened reply about grace.
|Blum and Jellinek voice their opinions. The Lord’s response.
|Becher’s radical recommendations. Instructions from the Lord. The nature of the Earth’s human race is conditioned by that of the entire Creation.
|Helena’s view towards improving Earth-man’s lot.
|The Lord’s critique of Helena’s suggestions. The Earth is not paradisiacal whilst being a testing-ground.
|Olaf’s wisdom. A celestial toast. The new light and love-bridge of God’s grace.
|The celestial meal for the health of terrestrial man. Helena’s bridal gown and crown as an analogy.
|The greatest prize of pure divine love – bridal Deity
|The Earth and its abominations. The Anti-Christ’s spirit. A symbolic manifestation.
|Further unfolding of the period image. Why does God tolerate the world’s abominations?
|Reason for life’s dark side. Contrast essential for spiritual freedom.
|Conflict among the six animals. Effect on the wolf-people and the king.
|Robert explains the manifestation. Self-love and arrogance as the root of evil. God’s unchangeable will.
|Helena’s thoughts about the seven-headed monster, the animal combat, the wolf-men and the king.
|The Lord explains the development of independent beings. Key to understanding Earth life.
|The Lord speaks about children of God and children of the world. Parable of the orchard and the barren tree.
|About sensuality and arrogance. Robert instructed to fetch the dramatist.
|The dramatist inquires about Jesus. Dawning of self-knowledge.
|Robert emboldens the dramatist – the fearful sinner hesitant. The dramatist Dismas takes courage and follows God’s messenger.
|Dismas confesses his guilt before the Lord, not begging for grace but for a just punishment. Consequences of such an erroneous request.
|Dismas’ foolish defiance. His true friends as severe critics.
|Dismas stops short, genuinely turning to the Lord for grace and mercy.
|Emma and Olaf forgive Dismas, their debtor. About Dismas’ powerful Paulian spirit. A celestial commandment.
|Dismas and his former friends. All kinds of dissuading. Hunger-cure for the stubborn unbelievers.
|The works of the intellect and the heart. Dismas brings the sceptics to the Lord.
|The speaker Bruno, and the Lord’s response. Bruno’s humility brings down the Lord’s grace.
|Celestial mercy meal. Testing the heart for love of the enemy.
|Love-hero surrounded by enemies. Christ’s love overcomes all.
|Peacability among the light-hungry. The host of worldly-blind before the Lord. Bruno’s life-story.
|The Lord about catching soul-fish. Bread, wine and celestial clothing.
|Bruno’s hunger and thirst continue. Hints about celestial order.
|Bruno reaches his charges. Questions concerning rebirth and free will. Bruno’s clarification.
|The ruffian’s talk about distortion of religion through the priesthood.
|Bruno’s response from the Lord. Proof of the divine origin of Christ’s doctrine: its inexhaustible fullness and diversity.
|Rome criticised. Bruno enlightens. The benefit of night.
|Distortion of the pure Gospel on account of man’s free will. End of the Lord’s longsuffering.
|The doubters gain faith but are shy about the way to the Lord. A churchman and a free man in discussion. Humour in the spirit kingdom.
|The argumentative Bardo. Niklas’ rebuke. The group of a thousand, united in spirit, receives the Lord’s grace.
|The healing of Bardo’s soul. Niklas’ speech on God’s guidance. Celestial avowal of friendship.
|Dress in the beyond. The Lord speaks His blessings. Blum and his friends are directed to put the dining room in order. Their amazing experiences.
|Opinions and counsels. Dismas sets the hearts in order. Robert’s gratitude. The blessings of neighbourly love.
|Forced entry by war-victims. The Leader speaks. His call for prayer.
|A monk wants to hold divine service – for money. The General rails against Rome. Robert desires to help. The Lord arrives.
|Robert’s exuberance. The Lord’s concern for the monk. The householder Robert obtains Helena as a helper. Celestial marriage.
|The monk’s spiritual awakening. Self-dialogue as the soul’s mirror. Christ, the life-anchor of the shipwrecked.
|The monk hears Jesus’ holy doctrine. The formerly blind recognises the Lord and His grace.
|Thomas praising God. The Lord’s instructions on love’s simplicity.
|Thomas’ intercession for his former opponents in the ante-chamber. He is dressed with a cloak of honour and a hat of wisdom. His first assignment.
|Thomas and Dismas with the general and his three thousand. Clarification about Jesus and His path of salvation. The general’s speech. The Lord at the entrance to the chamber of life.
|The flock before the Lord. General Theowald’s life-journey towards God. The secret of Earth-life revealed in the beyond. Jesus’ words of light and love.
|The great meal. The General and his friend Kernbeiss. Thomas thanks them for the previous healing. A glance at the terrestrial hell.
|A group of executed arrives, their leader telling their story. The philosophy of godlessness and lovelessness.
|The Count and the ruthless one. Their life stories. Their unanimous denial of God. The proud and his miserable end.
|The first comfort of the executed is retaliation. Effect of the strange voice. Want teaches prayer. The healing voice.
|Hints about the unfortunate ones. The unscrupulous one flogs the Count’s madness. Hungarian politics of that period.
|Jesus discussed. The Franciscan’s religious experience. The Count as versed in Scripture. The Franciscan’s final counsel.
|The Count’s pride rears up one more time. Earth politics lit up in the beyond. The General and Robert discuss these spirits arguments. The Lord’s outsized patience.
|The Count and the Franciscan discuss the newly resounding voices. The Count still harbors second thoughts. One of the crowd calls upon Jesus.
|The Count brightens up. Alps and a palace come into view. Most loving counsel on order in the beyond.
|The stranger queried further. A strange reply.
|The Franciscan talks of love, censuring the Count. The count’s aristocratic retort. Miklosch as go-between.
|The Franciscan talks of love, censuring the Count. The count’s aristocratic retort. Miklosch as go-between.
|The stranger’s sermon on fault-finding and reproachfulness. The Franciscan’s interjection. The stranger’s hints on heart order.
|The Franciscan’s final doubts – what happens to mortal sinners? The stranger’s affectionate answer. Invitation into the house.
|The splendour and size of the house. ‘Does Jesus Christ live here?’ The souls yearn for the Lord. Miklosch’s premonition.
|Entering the celestial house. Meeting old acquaintances. The count’s blind search for Jesus – eventually found.
|The count’s greatest moment. ‘It is You!?’ Wonderful tribute. The Lord about relationship between the Father and His children.
|Bathianyi’s remorse. The Lord speaks about man’s ripening to the highest recognition of God. The still blind Franciscan receives rough hinds from Miklosch.
|The Franciscan’s renewed plunge into doubt at the sight of Robert Blum.
|The Franciscan stiffens in his Roman doctrine. Miklosch cures him with difficult questions. Now the ice breaks also in this rigid soul. Blissful astonishment at the celestial truths.
|The Franciscan feasts, with fervent thanks to the Lord. The true celestial kingdom, with new miracles. Company of the blessed in the main hall. ‘Oh Lord – Your magnificence!’
|Museum of the soul. The everlasting light of the soul Rest and motion
|Prisoners of matter; how shall these be saved? The Franciscan’s recommendations
|Important life hints Satan, progenitor of matter and all human souls God’s salvation plan
|Secrets in the graves; healing in the beyond. The collection point of divine grace
|The great pyramidal monument. The Lord’s vivid and vital life words about spirit, soul and body. The true resurrection of the flesh
|Explaining the Pyramidal monument. Journey to the underworld; Purgatory, Heaven and Paradise
|Report on Robert’s underworld. The holy inscriptions upon the steps of the pyramid. An important salvation doctrine and its effect upon Robert
|Robert’s fiery love of God. Helena’s commendable speech, her timidity before the most holy. The Lord’s bracing response
|Parable of the artist and his pupils. The Lord’s gentle counsel leads Helena back to the love of a celestial bride
|Pater Cyprian offended at Helena’s love-storm. Thunderous words at priestly presumption
|Miraculous transformation of the soul-crypts. Robert receives his celestial name, the angel Sahariel as leader
|Helena in conversation with the Lord. Inhabitants of hell
|Errands for Peter and Paul to present the erstwhile Bedouin chief Cado. Peter’s amiable but vain attempt to win this brazen spirit
|Cado’s fundamental wickedness. The Lord speaks on divine punishment
|Cado in the infernal sweat-bath. The Lord’s unswerving will power
|Cado frees himself and takes revenge. The chieftain gives way. Satan’s infernal plan
|Cado’s infernal confrontation. The chieftain’s impudent salvation plan
|Powers of darkness. Infernal malice and celestial wakefulness
|The ‘infernal’ celestial storm breaks loose. Peace spirits upon high –dreadful repercussions for the mobs of darkness
|Infernal power doomed. As survivor, Cado shows better stirrings. The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak
|Change of scene. Infernal tempter spirits. Cado calls upon God’s grace and help
|Cado’s earthly life story. Further heart tests. The infernal Minerva in state chariot. Cado’s consecrated defence-stones
|Cado and Minerva talk. The infernal princesses’ shocking tests. Cado’s true ‘Wiseman’s stone’. God Jesus, the conqueror; his name an abomination to hell.
|Cado’s wisdom and Minerva’s blindness. ‘Acknowledge the Man-God Jesus’!
|Minerva’s conditions for surrender. Cado’s response
|Cado receives intensified angelic protection. Minerva’s counter offers. Hell poses new threats
|Minerva suspects divine subtlety. Cado blows his cover. A dress falls from heaven, arousing Minerva’s curiosity
|Minerva approaches, yielding. A few more steps to the goal
|Final conflict and change. Satana’s ancient pride returns. Cado stays firm. Parable of the rescuing navigator
|Cado fortifies himself with bread and wine; Minerva’s rage. Cado’s lucid instructions about her unworthiness
|Bathianyi and Miklosch discussing the phenomenon. Minerva takes the last step, rewarded by the celestial dress prospects for Satan’s salvation
|Minerva’s further excuses and Cado’s response. About repentance and conversion. Portentous acts of salvation
|Minerva’s glory in the celestial gown. Robert and Sahariel reveal themselves. Bringing up souls for true freedom and independence
|Sahariel comments on Amen. Minerva’s love declaration. The angelic messenger’s wise response. Parable of the two wells - Cado reveals the situation
|Minerva trying to justify herself. Cado’s refutation and uncovering of her wickedness. Sahariel ready to depart
|Minerva Continues argumentation. Sahariel’s long suffering. Bethanyi’s annoyance
|The Lord with Robert and Helena. The spouses together again. A true celestial couple
|Cyprian with the Lord. Proper gratitude. The Lord’s ways of guiding. Rome’s justice
|The ancestor’s prayers for blessings. The Lord’s response. Preparations for the Lord’s return
|Moving away from the chamber of perfection. Robert and Helena with Cado before the closed heavenly portals. Minerva re-appears
|Minerva before the portal. Rough encounter with Helena
|Indian wisdom concerning Satan. Counselling patience. Easier to sweep small places than infinity
|Minerva’s satanic doctrine of temptation. Cado’s effective style
|Minerva and Helena. Helpful explosion. Cado speaks of the necessary punishment rod through the kingdoms. Minerva leaves
|Robert and Helena’s anger before heavens’ portal. Cado’ wise advice
|The portal opens, exposing the city of Vienna. Nature of appearances in the beyond. Robert astonished at Cado’s wisdom
|The crowd’s peculiar stand-off with the apparent Cado. Robert and Helena recognize the lofty, divine Friend
|The company enters the apparent Vienna. Folksy scene at the passport control
|The customs officer examines the Lord, letting the group go. One tax collector follows the Lord
|The Lord receives the tax collector, whilst the Sergeant is rejected. Paul’s ministering to the house of ‘The Good Shepherd’
|Paul at the proletarian club named ‘The Good Shepherd’. The disciple as gold manufacturer. Inflation-theory and feverish worldliness. Racing parable
|Six are won over, and Paul tries out the others. Time of especial grace. Destructive sensuality
|One good response. Paul’s concluding words to the stubborn ones. The funny Viennese and the crude Tirolians. The company continues its journey
|The companions’ sublime suspicions. Further encounters. The long deceased ancestors of the Habsburg-Lothringen house
|At the Capuchin emperors’ crypt. Many dead within the coffins! Predominant query about Jesus. Views about Rome
|The regents’ spirits concerns. Their interpretation of the fiery horseman and his prophesy of the end of the world, and Christ’s return. The regents request earthy help, but Paul promises spiritual
|Continued counselling of the dynasts. Parable of the lazy shepherds. The dynasties exist only for the people. Counselling humility, and referral to the Lord
|An ancient dynast and the Lord. The dynast begs for a truly divine miraculous sign
|Miracles and their effects. The dynast perceives the Lord’s wisdom. He confesses Christ, with reservations. The dynasts conferring
|Maria Theresia and some dynasts agree with the progenitor Rudolf. They ask the Lord to lead them out of the crypt. Favourable witness to Rudolf
|Paul’s awakening words to the dynasts. The apostle exposes their atrocities as rulers, promising the Lord’s grace
|Paul addresses the stiff-necked emperor; obstinate response.
|Assessment of life-span in the beyond. Enquiry about world history. Parable of the conjuror glitter. Courtly Glitter
|The proud Karl’s version. Paul rattles the haughty one. Karl speaks to Jesus. Prayer for grace and liberation
|Money-hungry beggar monks at the tomb exit.
|At the ‘Stephansdom’. The dynasts’ commendable petition. Difficulties in healing spiritual arrogance
|Emperor Joseph’s experiences with the clergy. Reason for the early death of this emperor – now engaged as a judgment angel against Rome
|Archbishop Migazi’s true nature. He speaks to Joseph. A glance into deepest priestly night
|Joseph refers the Archbishop Migazzi to the Lord. Migazzi declares the beyond a deception and Joseph a mental case. Joseph tells of his death
|Migazzi cites another reason for his death, asking proofs of Jesus. Joseph counsels the spirit of love as the only proof of God
|Migazzi’s self-dialogue. He is minded to acknowledge the Lord but fears his colleagues. Joseph steps in
|Migazzi’s colleagues and the foolish president. Migazzi’s confession before the Lord. His assessment of Rome. The Bishops’ response
|The Romans’ impotent rage, mercilessness, greed and deceptions. The ‘heresy-emperor’s words of thunder
|The Church dean’s schemes. The Lord about awakening of faith. Defeat as medicine for arrogance
|The Lord discussing Mass Sacrifices and eternal damnation.
|The Lord’s explanation of the unbridgeable abyss, and the forgiving of mortal sin.
|The ‘enormous’ exorcism and the ‘Pained One’s’ tardy help.
|An inspired ‘heretic’ sexton speaks up.
|The Celebrant continues. More shocks for Rome’s eminence
|The Celebrant on Christian equality and ecclesiastical inequality. The grand litanist condemns the heretic
|The Lord offers to receive the Sexton. Mighty cure by fire for his accusers. End of Stefansdom scene
|More about ‘The Dome’ parsons. Wisdom spirits’ nature and their problematic conversion to love. A military patrol in the beyond
|A new function for Robert. The Lord’s comments on soldiery
|Robert addresses the troop and tries to clear them up about the spirit kingdom.
|The unbelieving officer’s response. Helena gets involved
|The officer’s heart strings. The Father reveals himself to the adoring one
|The officer as evangelist. He drives out their doubts, leading them to the Lord
|The peoples’ enquiries and petition. The officer’s patience put to the test
|More anecdotes. And testing of the officer’s patience
|A memorable life story, engaging also the officer.
|Matilda’s life-story continued. Sad revelations
|The fiery sergeant-Major – a Messiah-friend in the spirit of David.
|Love as the foundation of all wisdom and power of expression. The art of poetry from intellect and feeling. The officer requests more love and the Lord’s response
|Highest wisdom’s source. How to gather up love for God
|Love for God and for women; all love should proceed from God’s love.
|The right love towards God. Parable of the narrow door and the heavy burden. A celestial Lord’s Prayer
|The Lord about the Lord’s prayer. Competition at the Lord’s breast. Helena’s view about God and brotherly love
|Robert counsels Peter on love’s maturing. Examples from the Phoenix and the winepress
|Peter erupts with love towards the Father. The apparent Vienna abandoned
|Parable of the strictly just king who is overcome by love.
|Done for love is done well. Let you also be guided thereby
|Saying grace. About Emmanuel Swedenborg. The house of Habsburg blessed. Effect of spirits and angels upon mankind. Basic law of free will
|The Lord’s concluding words: keep to the spirit of love. Out of love comes wisdom, and vice versa. The eternal order of life in God
|The holy company leaves Vienna, moving towards the alps. At the Semmering. The Lord’s instructions about boundary stones and the land and people of Styria
|Old and contemporary times. The world was never good excepting a few in it
|In Muerzzuschlag. The age of technology. Faith and love are lacking, and hence also true blessing
|At Frohnleiten. Small – mindedness; church spirits
|Another spirit scene. The Lord and His at the Reinerkogel. Alpine spirits in search of well-being
|Throngs of demons and nature spirits. Alpine spirit nature. Jakob Lorber, to whom the Lord is revealing this through angels, is present with his circle of friends in full view of the Lord’s only company
|Wandering spirits from the constellation Hare. Lightand love and their different effects
|Three bishops of Graz upon the clouds. A Jesuit as messenger. The tyrannical Sebastian and his better colleagues. Judgment over the arrogant gang.
|Capture of Sebastian by the peace spirits. Blanket of snow as special judgement for rebels against God’s order
|About nature spirits and stellar elements within man’s soul. How beings out of God canbecome impure. Seventeen prelates from Rein on a visit
|He who receives the poor receives Me!. Healing and comforting of needy souls. The loving virgin
|The two messengers with the new Mary. Parable of the small plant and the oak. The Earth’s spiritual state. Perfection through grace
|The Lord reveals Himself to the one in love. Blind heart more insightful than erudite intellect. Great blessings upon the mountain
|Hosts of dim monk spirits. Disputations about the Trinity
|The three servants awaken. Three more doctors of theology given tough lecture and test
|The theologians difficult mission. Parable of the binoculars. Missionary rules; the best way
|Commendable missionary zeal of the five. Appearing before the Lord laden with sin. The Lord’s sun of grace
|Red martial, and blue-grey boaster spirits.
|The light Blue ones astonished at the Messenger’s power, not recognising His actual nature Human and spirits’ concepts and recognition of God
|About the true nature of god. Love acts within narrow but clear circles
|Location of real blissfulness within man’s heart. Path to heaven three spans long
|The Lord’s simple but powerful speech. Along the short road to heaven. Reason and cognition of the heart. Fruit-picking parable
|Relationship between bread and wine. Knowing and doing. A task for the light-blue ones
|Departure for the kingdom of heaven.
|Robert astonished at the new celestial region. His future mission. Bridge and hill of grace
|The highest celestial sphere. Robert and Peter with three friends accompany the Lord to the holy Jerusalem. The city of all cities and sun of all suns
|Rudolf compares celestial and terrestrial conditions. The celestial city as portentous feeding-fountain for all of infinity
|The Father’s house in the celestial city; splendour of its chambers and occupants, in contrast to the Lord’s plainness
|Upon entering. Robert as new archangel and celestial prince, nimble and wise. Robert’s badge of honour
|The three emperors receive their imperial honours, and their significance. The inhabitants of the highest heavens’ portentous destiny
|The magnificent children of God. The Lord’s dining-hall. The Creation’s great primordial garden. The perfected one’s diction proportionate to perceived love
|Robert’s inner relationship to the Habsburg emperors. Hereditary and elected thrones. Peter on politics
|Robert’s political zeal. Peter’s thoughts on people’s self-help, and the help of God. The Father knows when it is time
|Great celestial banquet in the Father’s house. David as music maker and composer
|Organ concerto with visual images. Secrets of tone and form. Fundamental law of all power-manifestations. Power and countervailing power
|Warning the children of the Earth. Differences between celestial and terrestrial life. Parable of the fallen tree fruit and the potter. Everlasting death
|Everlasting death – reason and nature.
|The three doors in the northern wall. Endless distances of the Creation spaces. A glance at the solar middle equatorial belt, and the Moon. The angel’s governance in the cosmic regions
|The evening western wall. Glance through the first door a planetary central sun, mother of countless planetary suns. The nature of the spiritual Diorama
|Looking through the second door of the western wall. A Central sun of greater magnitude. Splendid cities and buildings products of instinct or wisdom?
|The third door reveals a major Central Sun. Solar systems; size and light intensities. Fire spirit action upon a Chief Central sun
|The first door in the south wall. Almighty light of a primary Central Sun Gigantic proportions. Inhabitants as solar ball throwers
|Other activity by the fiery giants of the chief primordial Central Sun. Birth of a spectacle. Shell-Globe as vessel for the great cosmic totality
|View from the second mid-day door viewing the material Creation in its entirety. The great Cosmic Man as The Prodigal; his nature and destiny. God creates perpetually
|Correspondence between material and spiritual greatness. Parable of the artificial, gigantic, and a natural, tiny grain of wheat. Light of a new Creation of eternal love radiating through the third mid-day door
|View through the third midday door. The great man of light – man of the new creation
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