HHG2-189

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Chapter 189 - THE MEAL IN THE TEMPLE SQUARE. KISEHEL'S SPEECH ON THE DESTINY OF WOMAN. SETHLAHEM'S COMFORTING SPEECH TO THE WOMEN AND MAIDS

189,1. After a short while the women and maids returned with well-filled baskets which they put down before the seven messengers.

189,2. Having done this, they bowed to them and stepped back reverently; then the seven blessed the food in the baskets and Kisehel said to Lamech:

189,3. "Brother Lamech, behold, the food is now here and blessed; so come here to my right side, and we eight people shall be able to eat our fill from one basket. All the others we leave to the women and maids; for they have not eaten for several days and were so far only miraculously sustained by the divine grace and mercy, which alone enabled us to enter the lowlands in safety.

189,4. "Now they too shall again eat and drink and appease their hunger in the natural human way so as to be again fit for human society.

189,5. "For this is woman's destiny, to be to the man what man is to God, the almighty Creator. If a wife is that to the husband, she is at one with him, just as man - that is, the righteous man - is at one with God, thus in spirit completely one being.

189,6. “These women and maids had become too depraved and could never have served a man. 'Therefore, they were cleansed so that they might again be suitable for a man.

189,7. “To achieve this completely, their bodies must again be nourished with the fruits of the earth so that thereby their womb may once more become suitable for the reception of the human seed; and thus they shall again begin to eat. Amen."

189,8. Since Kisehel had spoken this in a very loud voice, also the women and maids heard it and rejoiced in their hearts in Kisehel's words referring to them; and they visibly bowed to the ground and spoke:

189,9. "O you divinely hallowed men from the holy heights, we are not ever worthy of such grace; for we degraded ourselves willingly!

189,10. “The fact that we were cleansed by you is not our merit, but alone yours; how, then, should we be worthy of such grace before you and before the almighty God?"

189,11. And Kisehel summoned Sethlahem, saying: "Brother, set to work and bestow the proper comfort on the poor beings, whose hearts are now filled with joyful meekness." - And Sethlahem stood up and went to the women and maids, lifted his hands over them and said to them:

189,12. "Listen, you women and maids! The cleansing effected on you was not of your bodies, but solely of your spirit; hence your bodies are still exactly the same they were before the cleansing of your spirit.

189,13. "For all that happened to you was merely a good manifestation for the spirit, but not for the body.

189,14. "For, when you obstructed to us the stairways to Lamech, the divine power in us allowed us to place you in your very impure spirit; hence, part of you went in spirit to the puddles, as the very element of your innermost life, plunged into the same and, to all appearances, perished there; but after a short while, owing to its remorse and obedience it was returned once more to the unharmed bodies.

189,15. "Finally another part was, also apparently, as it were burnt. The maids collected the wood only in a spiritual trance and all the onlookers including Lamech were transposed into their own spirit and could thus observe only what happened spiritually.

189,16. "You were actually also physically present; but your bodies, having been injured through your foolishness, were anointed with oil which soon healed your wounds, and rested peacefully, lost in deep sleep, here on the soft lawn.

189,17. "And only, as I said, after the most necessary cleansing of the spirit were you with your spirit re-animated and put again before the physical eyes of the people.

189,18. 'That you still possess your first bodies you can see from the fact that they still bear the same scars with which your foolishness inflicted them.

189,19. "Therefore, you can still fully unite with a man and be able to receive his seed as prior to the miraculous cleansing of your spirit.

189,20. "So ask no more whether you are worthy of the grace, but eat and drink with us so as to regain your strength. What has happened to you, will henceforth no longer happen to any woman; for this was necessary only now for the sake of Lamech. In future the judgment will come over those who will live as you did!

189,21. "At the moment be silent in front of the three who were sent to Thubalkain. And so eat and drink in the name of the great God. Amen."

189,22. And the women began to glorify and praise God for this and then sat down at the food baskets; and Sethlahem, having thus comforted the women, also went back to his company there to eat and drink.

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