GGJ04-207

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Chapter 207 - The signs of the zodiac of the seventh pearl. The decline of Egyptian culture. The history of the seven pearls.

207,1. (Raphael:) “Look, there it is! What do you see on it? - You see something, but you do not know what it is; on this very beautiful pearl all the constellations have been drawn and rubbed with a brownish red pigment. It has been well preserved in its crust until now.

207,2. We can not learn too much from this pearl which is of great significance but we can still infer from it that our Shivinz knew the stars in the firmament well and that he was certainly the first to arrange the constellations into a proper system. He also gave names to the signs of the zodiac which are still used to this day!

207,3. Before his reign the ancient Egyptians seemed to be quite unskilled in making drawings and writing descriptions. They also lacked self-knowledge and were even more deficient in their knowledge of God. However, our Shivinz made an incredibly forceful effort to bring order into all this and, out of what had previously been a wild nomadic tribe, he created one of the most educated and supremely wise nations on this whole earth, a fact that of course made many other people envious as time went by. Because foreigners were greatly enamoured of the extraordinary hold which culture had over that country and its people, everything they saw seemed to be wonderful to them in a heavenly way so that once they had arrived there, they could not bear to leave again.

207,4. The more they began to travel to Egypt, the more they settled there. Thus the early subjugation of the ancient people and their rulers mainly took place quite peacefully.

207,5. Shivinz’ heirs were increasingly softer and more spoilt people. They lived a life of luxury, sheltered by the fame of their forefathers and to a large degree left the business of governance to its own devices. The result of this was that soon the immigrants, who were tougher in character, were readily elected by the natives as the leaders chosen to rule over them - all of this without bloodshed.

207,6. To some extent this was all well and good but the native peoples did not gain any great advantage from this change as the foreign rulers (‘varion’; badly translated pharaohs) very soon became militant and true tyrants in oppressing the people.. Only a few people had access to the schools and the lessons still being taught there were a far cry from earlier teachings. This was also the reason why the former purity of truth developed into the most absurd idolatry shrouded by impenetrable darkness obscuring the ancient culture of the country so that - even for men of great wisdom – it was hardly to be found any more.

207,7. The reason why these seven pearls are of such incalculable value is that they originate from an era when Egypt had reached the peak of its spiritual development. It is therefore impossible to cherish them too highly!”

207,8. One of the Moors asks how it happened that these pearls ended up by being lost in the sands of the River Nile.

207,9. Raphael says: “I have already told you how the Nile at certain times floods catastrophically! About 567 years after Shivinz, the level of our river rose to an inexplicable height, in narrow places reaching more than one hundred and sixty metres above its normal maximum! All the cities at the bottom of valleys were completely inundated for five weeks and it was then that the pearls, including the buildings where they were kept, were swept away by the force of the waves and were buried by sand and mud of the same kind as the blocks from which the buildings had been constructed.

207,10. During the period of nearly three thousand years when they were buried in the sand, they became incrusted as you first saw them. I removed the crusty shells, initially in quite a normal way and later in a miraculous manner which is only possible for me.

207,11. Now you also know this and you have in these seven pearls seven books, which can now and for all time offer you quite a complete description of this country which is also partly inhabited by you yourselves. Therefore keep them safe as each of these pearls is worth much more than a vast kingdom!

207,12. For the time being Oubratouvishar, as the wisest one in your company, should have them in his safe keeping. When he departs this world, he must choose someone who is worthy to protect this incalculable treasure. Woe to any unworthy scoundrel who tries to acquire them for himself out of avarice!

207,13. I, as the messenger and executor of the will of the One seated there, believe I have performed enough miracles to strengthen your belief. If they are not enough, nothing further could ever suffice! Do you now believe that it is that One sitting there in whose name the great Shivinz and his two ancestors built the vast rock temple at Jabusimbil?”

207,14. All of them say; “Yes, yes, yes, you miracle worker and messenger of the Lord, we confirm our belief with our lives and with the utmost conviction!”

207,15. With that the angel left them and Cyrenius asked Me if this really quite factual history of Egypt were also a necessary feature of the gospel coming from My mouth.

207,16. I said to Him: “One of the most important! After a few centuries all kinds of investigators will appear and research every aspect of this land. They will find many things which Raphael spoke about. This will confuse them a great deal, just as it would also greatly confuse you and even your offspring. This completely true revelation will however point you in the right direction. At some time in the future I will again inspire followers to reveal these ancient riddles to people of an inquiring mind. - But now we ourselves must go over to them and give them the true gospel from the heavens.”

207,17. We rose to go over to the Moors who were awaiting us.

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