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(AUDIO/VIDEO/TEXT The Wrath of God, Volume 4 - Chapter 141-145)

Chapter 144 - The causes of catastrophies.

144,1. (The Lord:) “I say this to you: Just live for fifty years always correctly respecting God’s divine ordinances - and you will never again have to see, hear, taste or endure any calamity!

144,2. I am telling you this: All calamities, epidemics, all manner of disease among humans and animals, bad weather, lean and unproductive years, devastating hailstorms, widespread destructive floods, gales, great storms, plagues of locusts and the like are merely consequences of inappropriate behaviour by mankind!

144,3. If man were, as far as possible, to live within the rules of the ordinances set down, he would not have any reason to expect any of these disasters. The years would pass by like a string of pearls, each one as blessed as any other. The habitable regions on earth would never be afflicted by too much cold or too much heat. However, there are always clever and exceedingly shrewd people who undertake projects far in excess of their needs, for instance, by erecting buildings which are too large, or undertaking unwarranted improvements, or levelling whole mountains in order to construct highways to make war, or destroying hundreds of thousands of acres of the finest forest land, or digging too far into mountains to extract gold or silver or, lastly, living in continual dispute and discord with each another, while, in contrast, they are constantly surrounded by a hordes of intelligent natural spirits who take responsibility for the weather as well as for the purity and wholesomeness of the air, the water and the soil on earth Is it then any wonder if this earth is visited more and more by an infinity of evils of every type and description?

144,4. Miserly and avaricious people fit locks and bolts to their barns and even keep armed guards who watch over their surfeit of treasures and possessions. Woe to the intruder who might approach them without any authorisation as he would certainly be punished immediately in a vicious way!

144,5. By this, I do not mean to imply that nobody should be allowed to protect his hard-earned property; I am speaking here of instances where there is an unnecessary or excessive surplus. Would it not be preferable to build barns which are open to all the poor and the weak, even if they were to be supervised by their wise benefactor to prevent anyone taking more than enough for his needs? If, in this way, avarice and acquisitiveness were to disappear from the earth - listen well to what I am saying - all the lean years would similarly vanish from our world.

144,6. You ask how this is possible. My answer is: In the most natural way in the world. Anyone in the least familiar with the inner workings of the whole of nature’s kingdom will not only quickly have the insight but will also grasp the facts with both hands.

144,7. There in front of us, we still have the health-giving plant and there, a little further on, the very harmful poisonous one. Do not both of them obtain their nourishment from the very same water, the very same air, the very same light and its warmth? And yet, one plant is full of healing properties and the other full of deadly poison!

144,8. Why is that so? Because the medicinal plant, with its well-ordered inner nature, is consistent with its own good qualities and influences all the adjacent natural spirits in such a way that they, in peace and harmony, nourish it and conform to it both within and without its being. In this way, the whole plant develops both wholesome and healing properties, and in the sunlight during the day the vapours which it gives off and the natural spirits which surround it for some distance, both exert a most beneficial influence on humans and animals.

144,9. With the poisonous plant, whose nature is of a selfish and desperately angry character, the surrounding natural spirits are contaminated by the same traits and become totally perverse. They then conform to the plant in a similar fashion and give it nourishment, their whole nature then becoming homogeneous with the plant's original character. The surroundings and the vapours it exudes are also poisonous and harmful to man while animals, with their sensitive nostrils, keep away from them."

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