Though addressed in The Ahyeh (Page 157), given the sudden influx of new members, I felt it should be reiterated here. Every religion begins as a cult, usually by someone who had a supernatural/paranormal experience.
It must be noted that the main human founder of Urianism, a woman named Julia (JLM), called Ki in the spirit, died in 2019. She was a very loving, wise and fearless woman, of great integrity, a powerful and gifted medium - seeing, hearing, directly experiencing an entity she called The Crystal Being. She taught, informed, pushed, and motivated two others, her left and right hand. This has never been revealed before, and I'm not sure why I am moved to reveal it now. A scribe is merely one who writes things down.
Let there be no mistake, Urianism is socially conservative, but liberal in many other regards. We make no apologies for it. Our twenty laws (moral principles) are non-negotiable, even forever.
In the West, religious and intellectual freedom has formerly been guaranteed as a human right. The Cult of Covid, the Cult of Woke, the WEF Agenda are merging, stripping people of ever more liberty in regards to beliefs, working steadily toward the creation of a world order based on a godless, technocratic, and totalitarian vision.
The writings themselves, from the beginning, have one author, flawed and imperfect though he may be as an editor... Our teachings born of thousands of hours of communications (auto-writings and channelings), boiled down, organized, and summarized at best, evolving over time, as more was revealed, clarifications were given and received. The spirits were tested and swore oaths.
I want to be clear on key points here:
>Our moral principles and ideals (notions of right and wrong) are rooted the same or similar traditional views and values of Jews, Christians, Muslims, Zoroastrians, Sikhs, Samaritans, Bahaists, Druze, etc... etc... And are therefore not outside the mainstream of social conservatism. In the modern era, however, traditional religious values are of course regarded as primitive, even crimes of thought and speech.
>SUICIDE IS FORBIDDEN! No Urian should ever ask another Urian to commit suicide, let alone murder innocent people. We do believe that people who commit suicide still have hope in the afterlife, through the intercessory prayers of the faithful, and by themselves calling out on the divine names and angelic intelligences in the time of death. NOTE: We are not opposed to assisted suicide for those who have a fatal illness, but such a thing should always be conducted in a prayerful and sacred method, with clergy present, blessings and consecrations of all instruments and the area in which it is conducted. We are like caterpillars, the dying process is the cocoon state (transitional) and when we die (in the normal course) we aspire to something more, as if butterflies born to fly infinite skies, in the figurative sense of things.
>No Urian leader or clergy should ever encourage you to forsake family or friends or encourage hatred toward unbelievers... Even those you must wrestle with, strive with for survival or victory, seek to banish from your heart hatred toward them. By our demonstrated living faith, expressed in devotions and works and a friendly attitude, who is to say if you won't help the lost soul to find the path to immortality. We can also make intercessory prayers for those we sincerely love, by our own relationship with the Divine, both for people and animal kind. It is however important to value your spiritual family as well, for these are the people you will spend eternity with, and are indeed your soul group. If you put the world first, so that is your allegiance. Blood is thicker than water, but both shall turn to dust, while spirit endures forever.
It is ideal and healthy for husbands and wives to share a common worldview, and we would certainly encourage Urians to marry other monotheists who share their moral values. It is also ideal for spouses to be best friends, sharing all things in common and living lives together centered on honesty and love, working to unite two as one.
>Superficiality is discouraged. We do not care how fat or thin you are... How rich or poor you are... How educated or uneducated you are... We do not care what your skin color is, or what ethnicity you are. We don't care if you smoke, or if your hair is long or short. Whatever you were, in devoting yourself to Urianism, you must put it aside. For you, Urian (Yur-Rye-Un, From Heaven) are becoming something new in the power and spirit of God -- ascending from human superficiality unto transcendent thinking. Let go of the past, strive to let go of ungodliness and wickedness, as you strive to climb up Jacob's Ladder (figuratively), clawing your way up proverbial Mt. Sinai toward the burning bush (the portal to heaven).
>We are not a doomsday cult... That is to say, we are not prepping and most of us are not survivalist types, though Urians are free to do so. Our goal is to transform the world, not destroy it. We are concerned about current events, evil forces at work in society, and verbally, metaphysically, and spiritually oppose such organizations... Indeed, Urians are encouraged to be active in protests and movements or organizations that promote or work toward our goals, such as ending animal cruelty. World War III may or may not come, as the collective freewill of mankind determines such matters, but we have been told, like many religious and spiritual peoples and groups, that there will come a Great Chastisement (Karmic Backlash) upon humanity at some point... We are not working to make this happen, but are not fearful of the world ending, as our hopes are in God and the eternity hereafter.
>Urians should never tolerate pedophilia in their ranks... it should be denounced, it should be opposed, and when discovered is grounds for literal and permanent excommunication/shunning. Should a Urian nation ever arise, it is a crime worthy of castration or execution.
>No Urian leader should ever be a practicing polygamist, neither encourage members to engage in sexual misconduct... Certain cult leaders of various sects have demanded that members give them their wives or daughters, and this is utterly forbidden among us, and any Urian leader that teaches or asks this should be dealt with in very harsh terms.
>Urianism is vehemently opposed to cruelty and torture toward people or animals, and detests the practices of blood sacrifice in any form. Our primary opposition to abortion is rooted in the disdain of cruelty -- because the unborn can feel pain and/or terror (by being ripped to pieces and/or vacuumed)... In cases of rape, incest, or danger to the mother's life, we would concede that abortion should be permitted within the first 40 days, even up to 15 weeks (as a compromise). We are to view the fetus as a child after 40 days. This is stated clearly, as a ruling, for future generations. In a Urian nation orphans are to be raised and trained, educated and cared for lovingly, as elite Children of the Most High -- which is to say, Children of the Kingdom of God, and regarded as privileged thereby. From their ranks will come most Truth Seekers, as well clergy, bureaucrats, full time soldiers, colonists to other worlds, etc.
>Urianism teaches and encourages monogamy, life long committed relationships, between men and women. We view men and women as equal, but different; both are permitted to be part of the priesthood, and are encouraged to be united in such. We do not seek to blur the lines between masculinity and femininity, but to exemplify and glorify male and female, helping humanity to rise to become angelic-like humans.
>Urianism is strictly against terrorism and any violence against unarmed non-combatants/civilians, even in times of war. We are not pacifists, however, but believe strongly in the God-given right to self-defense. We also believe that it is just and right to defend one's self (spiritually, psychically, legally, and even physically) against oppression and oppressors... We are not asked to be victims, to lay down before tyrants and allow ourselves to be unjustly treated. It is always a choice to stand and fight against anyone who comes to do you or your family harm. We are not, however, to be actively violent or too seek out conflict with others, and should have the utmost respect for law and order, so long as it does not seek to impose godless and immoral strictures or otherwise oppress and seek to bar our religious liberties.
>Urians are not required to be in absolute obedience to any religious leader, but are directed to study the teachings and advocate for those teachings, each according to his or her sincere understanding thereof. We should honor and seek to respect those who have most served and most practiced the faith, but we have seven orders and three pillars that variation of expression might be encompassed.
>Urians who outright oppose the moral precepts of the faith, however, or otherwise seek to cherry pick from the teachings, are to be challenged, and rejected as apostates directed by evil entities to divide and despoil.
>Urians, like Jews and Muslims, even Bahai, have a socio-political agenda and view, and we are not to seek tax exempt status, which would force us to compromise our political principles.
>Urians are not opposed to modern medical treatments and medications, save when such treatments may threaten our psychic/spiritual well-being. We do not oppose vaccines, for instance; rather, we oppose gene therapy masked as vaccines, developed by atheistic and amoral individuals, militant secularists, with a godless and amoral globalist political and social agenda. We do not oppose genetic medicine itself, save that we do not trust, should not trust, those who have a political and social agenda that is anti to our own.
>Like the ancient Egyptians, we take a position of living for eternity, preparing during this life (by devotions, self-improvement and self-realization, as well as good works) for the immortal life to come... seeking to transcend the wheel of reincarnation (recycling) by a personal relationship with The Supreme Spirit and ourselves.
>We do not regard God as male or female, neither human, but transcendent and trans-universal (beyond any one universe). Moreover, we believe that God is Good, but that God defines that term, not us, and that God tends to observe, counsel, act subtly, compel us to better ourselves, the planet, and the human race, and that he/it/she calls us to pragmatism (wisdom) and balance. If we want the Kingdom of God on Earth, we must manifest it, first within ourselves and our personal lives, and by great and persistent action within the world.
>We view Jesus/Yeshua as one mask of the One & Most High God of Spirit and Truth, an emanation and an extension, and the primary human face thereof... Christ/Immanuel (God With Us) is a collective spiritual entity (Revelation 5) present in every sincere prophet/messenger and saint of The One/Most High, calling all to the feet of the Supreme Spiritual Parent (1 Corinthians 15:24-28)... the words that call humankind to God. Yeshua's pure/original teaching is what Urianism would consider the prime example of The Right Hand Path of Monotheism, while we regard Islam as an exemplification of The Left Hand Path. In contrast, Judaism and Samaritanism, in their original form (true form) was very much Left to Middle Path Monotheism... Zoroastrianism and Sikhism are more Middle Path types of Monotheism. The definition of left and right and middle in Urianism refers to the three pillars of the Tree of Life (Kabbalah), indicating severity (left), mercy (right), and mildness or moderation (middle).
>We view God as beyond human definitions of male or female, for God is Spirit, not flesh. The Divine Feminine is simply God's own nurturing and compassionate nature, but more than this, is God's wisdom, which internally guides us and calls us, and acts as a voice within us of conscience and reform... Whereas The Christ/Immanuel/Messenger/Mediator Spirit of God manifests as holy writings and people who receive and speak as anointed voices for God, and is thus called The Word. The Wisdom of God and the Word of God are both God, and extensions thereof, the first creations and emanations therefrom, but not the totality of God (The I AM).
>Urian Intersectionality. The term "Intersectionality" is usually employed by the members of the Cult of Woke (the Cult of the Spirit of Anti-Christ/Anti-God), referring to coming together with different individuals, groups, and organizations that share a common cause or grievance. The so-called "Right" does not do this, but fights constantly among themselves, and thus undermines their positions.
In the Urian sense of this, we can and do make common cause with individuals, groups, and organizations that we do not necessarily agree with 100%, because they are struggling for similar ends. Obviously, we see other traditionalist monotheists as having common cause with us, even though we do not agree with these religions on every point and they would tend to denounce us as heretics or worse. Our social views often bring us into common cause with "right wing" commentators, who we may also disagree with on many other issues, and who would certainly denounce aspects of our ideology. This is simple pragmaticism. Our support of democratic republics --of the American Constitution and Bill of Rights for instance-- is because it protects our rights to be Urian and have traditional values, while the alterative, the so-called Left, and all those who have sold out to the World Economic Forum's 2030 Agenda, mean us only harm and would strip us of our religious and ideological, as well as our biological and social liberties.
I hope this addresses concerns and makes clear our position.
That should clear things up for the watchers. I would say that any Urian that opposes the moral precept of the faith is, by that, NOT a Urian.