GGJ03-96

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Chapter 96 - Helena's considerations about the wisdom of mankind.

96,1. Ouran says, “You know, dearest friend, I liked that all very much, and this must happen to us people; and if it was not so and if it had to happen otherwise, you would not have come to your wisdom!

96,2. You have certainly been raised before very much in the dark underworld of your flesh, and then you died in your soul for your flesh and are now in the palace of light of your spirit and have gone on a pleasure stroll in its truly elysian garden. The previous individual little drops have become a sea for you; but for me that is still a long way off. And I therefore do not understand the sense of each of your individual speeches, but the great connection will only occur to me when my soul leaves the dark catacombs of the flesh and is led into the palace of light of its spirit and into its gardens, whose ambrosian smelling fruits mature in the light and in the warmth of the eternal sun of life.

96,3. You see, I am beginning to feel a certain sweet conception in me about how it can be and how it certainly will be; but there is no time period for the dear When, and one does not even have a symbol inside through which one would learn only many days later when the poor soul will be led out of the dark catacombs!

96,4. But what can a person do? Nothing except bow in all patience to the will of this all-powerful leader who has awakened your soul, without having shown it to your flesh beforehand, in the palace of light of your powerful spirit.

96,5. But now I would like to hear from my Helena how she liked the image and what sort of reflections she has made about all that!”

96,6. Helena immediately says, “Oh, the best in the world! The image was magnificent and very appropriate, and if the old Egyptians had such institutes of up-bringing, they were certainly no foolish people, as their great works in this area bear a very vocal witness. But only it would have been much better had they spread such wise schools for the whole population; for I cannot imagine that it can lie in the plan of the great creator, that a part of humanity, and namely the greatest part, should remain stupid and totally blind all their lives. But in the world it is so that for every wise man there are always more than ten thousand stupid and blind people; it is always so. But why must it be that way, that is naturally another and certainly very difficult question to answer.

96,7. We have now gathered certainly around four hundred people on this wide-topped hill, but there will hardly be fifty among us who are wise; all the others can hardly only be more or less disciples of wisdom! The Roman soldiers and the countless servants of the governor will not be counted among the very last disciples!

96,8. From here one sees very well to the near town, and the eye discovers masses of people who are staring at the magnificently shining false sun which constantly remains on one and the same place, and they certainly do not know what they should make of such an appearance. There is certainly no wise man among these masses of people, although perhaps some of them imagine that they are, which is actually worse than if he thought in the correct humility of his heart that he was the very stupidest among all his companions. How must such an appearance seem to such people!? How will they now ask each other will-nilly and say: What is that?! What does that mean?! What sort of consequences will there be?!

96,9. But who will answer all these questions of yours? They came out of their houses foolish and blind, and they will return to the same even more stupid and blind! Does that have to be, do these masses have to remain stupid and blind then?!

96,10. The people present here, if not exactly disciples, have at least knowledge that this is not the real, but only a false sun created by the now familiar power of the great master, and make very cheerful and happy faces at such an apparition, as one can easily see. They understand the apparition as little as I do; but they know that it is a consequence of the wonderful power of will of the great Master known to them. And if He extinguishes this great light after an hour, no-one will make anything of it; for everyone will know who has extinguished this light.

96,11. But when the other people who know nothing about here see this sun suddenly extinguish after an hour on the spot where it is now, they will be seized by great shock, fear and a despairing fear, and everyone will quite certainly have the belief that the gods are extremely offended and will destroy the Earth in the most terrible way!

96,12. Therefore it would even be necessary for the calming of the people that envoys should be sent out from here who will announce what will happen to the excited minds, and that this is only a false sun. What do you think then, good, dear friend?”

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