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Chapter 225 - The Leviathan

225,1. After an hour, however, there is suddenly a resounding bang as if a violent flash of lighting had hit a house nearby. All get a mighty shock and start up, but then remember My words and return to their quiet.

225,2. But Satan does not waste any time, soon after the bang the relaxed but spiritually active hear an uncanny hissing and whistling and before long an unusual monster emerges at the seashore. The head resembles that of a wolf, but is at least a hundred times as large. The long tongue sticking out from the jaws resembles a wildly writing python. Both the immense ears are like those of an ox. The eyes look like two large sheets of glowing iron. The fore-feet resemble those of a giant bear, the hind-feet those of a lion of immense size. The body is like that of a crocodile with the tail of a basilisk (African vampire). Its cry is a resounding bang and its breath an uncanny hissing and whistling. Thus it emerges from the sea.

225,3. Sheep, oxen, cows, calves and many donkeys are grazing on the shore and the monster immediately begins to hunt these domestic animals and devour one after the other. The animals now flee, but the monster heads in our direction.

225,4. When several notice this, they rise to their feet and say: ‘Lord, this test is a bit too hard. The horrible monster has already devoured some calves, about 10 lambs and 2 young donkey-foals. Now it is after some delicacy here and has, guided by its sense of smell, surely selected something among us since it is slowly approaching in our direction. In this case it should surely be advisable to get out of the way of this death bringer. For by natural means a fight with this beast could not possibly lead to victory.’

225,5. I said: ‘Do not let this disturb you in the least. Externally all of us together could not master this monster which is a fully developed Leviathan, but form your inner power he will have to flee to the end of the world. So be completely unconcerned. Another short hour and you will have broken through the barriers and boundary defenses of Hell and the domination of all the Hell and its army shall be your reward.’

225,6. Immediately following these My words the monster again sounds its detonation-like voice several times in succession and then quietly, but rather fast, proceeds in our direction clearly demonstrating its voracity by the violent movement of its serpent tongue and the constant lashing of its long, tree-sized tail. The disciples, however, are now in a good frame of mind and without fear and faint-heartedness allow the monster to approach them.

225,7. When it has come to about 10 paces from us, I – only in My mind – give the angel Archiel a sign and he suddenly steps up to the beast and asks it: ‘What do you want here, Satan? Withdraw, or I shall destroy you.’ The monster now opens its jaws as if it wanted to speak, but the angel once more bids it to withdraw. Then the beast gives off several banging sounds and with loud hissing and whistling rushes into the sea.

225,8. After it had sunk back into the sea, it for some time stirred the water in the large bay as if by the worst storm, but all that no longer confounds any of the disciples and with the greatest inner zeal everyone now rested in God during this last hour.

225,9. Towards the end of that hour of rest there suddenly arises a mighty thunderstorm. Wild lightning is flashing and strong gusts of wind are bending the trees almost to the ground while heavy drops of rain mixed with hail are already falling from the dark clouds.

225,10. Some of the weaker disciples were already the point of escaping in the house, but the angel says: ‘Stay and recognize Satan’s empty trickery.’ So they stay and easily put up with the empty rain. The rain does get worse and the hail stones are dancing on the ground, but no one is hit by one and the rain hardly wets anyone’s skin.

225,11. Then the angel threatens the clouds which promptly disperse and it becomes immediately a clear day. In a few moments the time of introspection has ended and Baram says: ‘Lord, whatever You prefer, here or in the house. The meal is prepared.’

225,12. I said: ‘Let another half hour pass, then everything will be in order. I still have to say a few words to My disciples.’

225,13. Baram returns to his ship where in a large case several skins with the best wine are kept. These he has now taken to the kitchen by his servants there to be emptied into jars. He also tells his cooks to wait for half an hour and only serve up the dishes when he gives them a sign. Then he again returns to Me and listened to what I tell the disciples about this introspection and its usefulness.

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