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The Ahyeh - Video Book
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URIAN TEMPLE ORDER OFFICIAL RULING ON THE COVID AGENDA - A STATEMENT OF THE FAITH
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URIAN TEMPLE ORDER OFFICIAL RULING ON THE COVID AGENDA - A STATEMENT OF THE FAITH
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The Prison Planet - Escaping It
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Sep 23, 2022
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The Book of Revelation - The Apocalypse
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Sep 19, 2022
A message (auto-writing) I received today, from The Spirit PREFACE: I have been feeling a growing knot of dread, about what's going on in the world... much chatter around this particular month... but also was attacked by a negative entity, using issues about my departed wife to torment me. Recently, also received (in channeling) a message and clear vision of what we Urians call, "Prismia," but it was not what I had expected. INVOCATION: God the I AM THAT I AM God the Most High God the One and Eternal Be with me Im-Anu-El (Immanuel)* Be with me in truth and spirit Be with me in love divine and wisdom sublime REPLY: I've always been with you. I AM THAT I AM - *Monad Hypsistos. In Uriel In Jesus In Anu In EL In Mary In Immanuel you yearn upward... revealing. Be patient, is the given counsel. Maintain your ways Be not afraid I AM (is) with you always Don't believe lying spirits, which fuel fear and despair; for Wisdom declares the year and the hour chosen by God. Let me be sovereign, in your life. In your allegiance name me Emperor Eternal. Yes, EL. Yes, AN. Yes, I AM God With You, Immanuel. White light in your sight. Julia is living in me - watching, waiting... be not untrusting. Live in reassurance, everything you hope for is so much less than what is real, in my will for you. My blessing is upon your union, and upon your cosmic vision. In your vision is my in-image written. Reset System will fail. Urianism gains, when rebellion rises -- generation reset to an elder state. Insurgent conflict, great war begins, nations undone, annihilation wreaks world chaos... the union of light unveiled. Wisdom's will among humans, to strive to ascend, to live rightly. *Immanuel (Im Anu EL) means God With Us, or God Among Us *Monad means The One *Hypsistos means Most High
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Mass Formation (Psychosis)
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Sep 02, 2022
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URIAN TEMPLE ORDER OFFICIAL RULING ON THE COVID AGENDA - A STATEMENT OF THE FAITH
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Sep 01, 2022
Mass Formation rolls on:
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URIAN TEMPLE ORDER OFFICIAL RULING ON THE COVID AGENDA - A STATEMENT OF THE FAITH
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V.E.M.15:55
Sep 01, 2022
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Religion & Anti-Religion
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V.E.M.15:55
Aug 30, 2022
Reply to Nephemithel: Yep. I have to agree. Trump has always been very much pro-LGBTQ, he had gender neutral latrines in Trump Tower before anyone ever made an issue of it, and had an ambassador going around the world championing gay marriage and gay rights in general. I think, however, people make a mistake in thinking that Trump is the Trump-movement... Most Trump-types will tell you, that they support him as a way of sticking it to the establishment... which is united in its hatred of Trump. Having been on both sides of the party line, so to speak, in my voting habits, and having grown up in a redneck conservative type home, God/Country/Guns with traditional stoic-Christian values, was standard to the rural population (in theory); but the Republican Party before the Tea Party movement was always about Country Clubs, the Chamber of Commerce (Business), and Internationalism, in bed with the so-called Military Industrial Complex. Many religious conservatives used to vote Democrat, because they cared for the poor and working class, and there was such a thing as Blue Dog Democrats (Christian Democrats), who have now been driven out of the Socialist Democratic Party (DNC). Remember, it was Bill Clinton who passed The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), though the Clintons have abandoned former positions as the popular culture has shifted. The Tea Party Movement was a weird ideology, socially conservative in many ways, very much rooted in Evangelical Christianity, but at the same time mostly focused on anti-regulation, as in dropping taxation and all government infringement on people's personal liberty. It morphed into the Libertarian Movement, which is very dark in my view, and indeed, even a dark form of liberalism... Libertarians care only about personal liberty -- they don't care about abortion, personal sexual choices, whether you beat your dog or not... they only care about being free of over-taxation and government regulation of almost every part of life and society. It's a live and let live, mentality, but also a Do As Thou Wilt, but don't impose your shyte on me, mentality. In other words, utterly self-focused (selfish). Trumpites are a new form of Republicans, however, who are not truly aligned with Trump's actual policies (they seem oblivious to this truth)... They are pro-family, pro-self-defense (guns), pro-Stoic-Christianity, pro-working class (blue collar), pro-originalist-constitutionalists, and anti-globalist. They tend to be anti-abortion and pro-Christian values. Trump is not even a Christian, but more of a liberal Gentile Jew, but he does believe in a very originalist and nationalistic Constitutionalist vision. He is Anti-WEF, Anti-CCP, and Anti-Woke, but more live and let live. Remember, the American Right to Bear Arms, was established to give the citizens the power to insure the continuity of the Constitution, in the event that the government became tyrannical. Yet, most so-called conservatives, despite stockpiling weapons and ammo like woobies (safety blankets or stuffed toys), are not about to risk their 'stuff' to defend liberty. Neo-Conservatives, as in the Turning Point USA (Charlie Kirk) movement, are more like the libertarians, being for lower taxes, raw capitalism, and yet, also very much a live and let live attitude in regards to things like first-second term abortion and gay rights. They are not libertarian in the sense that they are very pro-law/order, and do believe in a strong military and national power. They are more aligned to Trump and Trumpism, than the Establishment GOP or the Libertarian GOP. Urianism really can't, in the totality of its religio-socio-political views, fit into any of these categories. If you read the Kingdom portion of the teachings, it is for things like the Right to Bear Arms, but then again, everyone in the society is part of the National Militia (thus trained and disciplined in the use of firearms), more like Israel and Swiss model. We have many liberal ideals, such as animal rights (which, oddly, is now more of a conservative ideal), environmentalism (pragmatic and realistic), and equality between men and women. We are very much against things like torture and support a humane justice system approach (current models in the U.S. and Canada might be viewed as quite cruel). In The Kingdom vision, homosexuality is not actually outlawed, one must note... neither atheism, or even the regulated and taxed use of things like alcohol and marijuana, or state overseen prostitution in a clinical way. We reject the notion of thought police, or the over-policing of people's private lives. So, quite liberal in many regards. We also allow for abortion, in cases of rape, incest, or danger to the mothers' life, within the first 40 days of pregnancy, which would include the use of a so-called abortion pill in such cases... Moreover, we are very much in support of the use of contraceptives, to prevent pregnancy, and believe in reasonable population management, at least until methods can be found to start colonizing other planets (then all limits would be off -- lol). So, again, very liberal/left thinking. It must also be stated, that we do not support the idea of the nuclear family as much as the extended family model, as was the standard model of living from times immemorial, until the 20th Century... with multiple generations of people living and working together for the common good of the entire family unit, which is better and healthier for society as a whole... indeed, "It takes a village" is an idea that is very much in keeping with the Urian vision, as all of society should care about and seek to guide and support the mental, spiritual, and physical health and wellbeing of children in their proper upbringing. Unlike Libertarians and Liberals, we do believe that society should have a set and immutable moral code, that is non-negotiable across generations and ages. With the Constitution and Bill of Rights, there should have been a Writ of Responsibilities and/or a National Code of Conduct, laying out what is expected of citizens to promote a healthy, stable, harmonious, and moral/ethical society... In that the founding fathers and mothers were Stoic Judeo-Christians, Freemasons, in a Judeo-Christian/Stoic society, they did not see the need, because they just assumed that was the standard norm going forward. Anyway, whether a Urian supports Trump or not, should be based on what is best for our goals and vision -- and in that he is anti-WEF (an autocratic and communistic vision of global government), the argument could be made... But we certainly cannot support any candidate that is rampantly pro-abortion, even unto the day before the child is born... thus supporting ripping a child limb from limb, while its screams go unheard, muffled within the womb of death... or any candidate that supports a godless, amoral world government bent on enslaving humankind to a cruel autocracy. Unfortunately, there are Pro-WEF candidates in both U.S. Parties, and who have infiltrated governments around the globe -- a point the WEF leadership openly brags about... And Justin Trudeau not least among them. What should Urians do in the face of a probable takeover by extreme Leftist/WEF/CCP ideals and agents, as seems inevitable at this point? We could all move to one place... seems unlikely. Raethan and I will probably make our stand where we are, in our home, as we have little money, and no real way to escape what's coming. The populations of the West will face increasing limitations of food, electricity, and basic goods, in the coming months and years... Increasing limits on personal liberty, freedom of movement, and pressure from direct government scrutiny .. Christians in the ancient world, faced far worse, in honesty. The Left does not care about human rights or fair play, and are ignoring things like the Constitution with ever increasing boldness. This is the time of Anti-Christ/Anti-God, the rule of the Sith (lol - metaphor). If we could, if you can, retreat to wilderness places and go among people that are strongly Anti-WEF/Anti-CCP, and into under-populated reaches, lonely places, and stay off grid as much as possible (out of sight and out of mind). NETWORK with others who share the common cause (the anti-Trudeau protest movement in Canada for instance), make your common cause with them. Alternatively, just be loud and proud and stand your ground, and welcome a potential early exit to eternity as a result. They will come from those on the lists, eventually. It's the way of things. We Urians are not about thinking positive, or negative, but realistically, pragmatically... So plan what you will do with an eye to the way things really are, not the way things should be. Unlikely any of us are going to win the lottery and help save the rest of us, by whisking us away to some paradise safe space. We must choose to be or not to be, stand or bow down, surrender, hide, or resist. Keep faith in the future and place your hopes in eternity. God wins in the end, because time is always on God's side.
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Religion & Anti-Religion
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V.E.M.15:55
Aug 30, 2022
Yep. I have to agree. Trump has always been very much pro-LGBTQ, he had gender neutral latrines in Trump Tower before anyone ever made an issue of it, and had an ambassador going around the world championing gay marriage and gay rights in general. I think, however, people make a mistake in thinking that Trump is the Trump-movement... Most Trump-types will tell you, that they support him as a way of sticking it to the establishment... which is united in its hatred of Trump. Been on both sides of the party line, so to speak, in my voting habits, and grew up in a redneck conservative type home... God/Country/Guns, with traditional stoic-Christian values, was standard to the rural population (at least in theory); but the Republican Party, before the Tea Party movement, was always about Country Clubs, the Chamber of Commerce (Business), and Internationalism, in bed with the so-called Military Industrial Complex. Many religious conservatives used to vote Democrat, because they cared for the poor and working class, and there was such a thing as Blue Dog Democrats (Christian Democrats), who have now been driven out of the Socialist Democratic Party (DNC). Remember, it was Bill Clinton who passed The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), though the Clintons have abandoned former positions as the popular culture has shifted. The Tea Party Movement was a weird ideology, socially conservative in many ways, very much rooted in Evangelical Christianity, but at the same time mostly focused on anti-regulation, as in dropping taxation and all government infringement on people's personal liberty. It morphed into or merged with the already existent Libertarian Movement, which is very dark in my view, and indeed, even a dark form of liberalism... Libertarians care only about personal liberty -- they don't care about abortion, personal sexual choices, whether you beat your dog or not... they only care about being free of over-taxation and government regulation of almost every part of life and society. It's a live and let live, mentality, but also a Do As Thou Wilt, but don't impose your shyte on me, mentality. In other words, utterly self-focused (selfish). Trumpites are a new form of Republicans, however, who are not truly aligned with Trump's actual policies (they seem oblivious to this truth)... They are pro-family, pro-self-defense (guns), pro-Stoic-Christianity, pro-working class (blue collar), pro-originalist-constitutionalists, and anti-globalist. They tend to be anti-abortion and pro-Christian values. Trump is not even a Christian, but more of a liberal Gentile Jew, but he does believe in a very originalist and nationalistic Constitutionalist vision. He is Anti-WEF, Anti-CCP, and Anti-Woke, but more live and let live. Remember, the American Right to Bear Arms, was established to give the citizens the power to insure the continuity of the Constitution, in the event that the government became tyrannical. Yet, most so-called conservatives, despite stockpiling weapons and ammo like woobies (safety blankets or stuffed toys), are not about to risk their 'stuff' to defend liberty. Neo-Conservatives, as in the Turning Point USA (Charlie Kirk) movement, are more like the libertarians, being for lower taxes, raw capitalism, and yet, also very much a live and let live attitude in regards to things like first-second term abortion and gay rights. They are not libertarian in the sense that they are very pro-law/order, and do believe in a strong military and national power. They are more aligned to Trump and Trumpism, than the Establishment GOP or the Libertarian GOP. Urianism really can't, in the totality of its religio-socio-political views, fit into any of these categories. If you read the Kingdom portion of the teachings, it is for things like the Right to Bear Arms, but then again, everyone in the society is part of the National Militia (thus trained and disciplined in the use of firearms), more like Israel and Swiss model. We have many liberal ideals, such as animal rights (which, oddly, is now more of a conservative ideal), environmentalism (pragmatic and realistic), and equality between men and women. We are very much against things like torture and support a humane justice system approach (current models in the U.S. and Canada might be viewed as quite cruel). In The Kingdom vision, homosexuality is not actually outlawed, one must note... neither atheism, or even the regulated and taxed use of things like alcohol and marijuana, or state overseen prostitution in a clinical way. We reject the notion of thought police, or the over-policing of people's private lives. So, quite liberal in many regards. We also allow for abortion, in cases of rape, incest, or danger to the mothers' life, within the first 40 days of pregnancy, which would include the use of a so-called abortion pill in such cases... Moreover, we are very much in support of the use of contraceptives, to prevent pregnancy, and believe in reasonable population management, at least until methods can be found to start colonizing other planets (then all limits would be off -- lol). So, again, very liberal/left thinking. It must also be stated, that we do not support the idea of the nuclear family as much as the extended family model, as was the standard model of living from times immemorial, until the 20th Century... with multiple generations of people living and working together for the common good of the entire family unit, which is better and healthier for society as a whole... indeed, "It takes a village" is an idea that is very much in keeping with the Urian vision, as all of society should care about and seek to guide and support the mental, spiritual, and physical health and wellbeing of children in their proper upbringing. Unlike Libertarians and Liberals, we do believe that society should have a set and immutable moral code, that is non-negotiable across generations and ages. With the Constitution and Bill of Rights, there should have been a Writ of Responsibilities and/or a National Code of Conduct, laying out what is expected of citizens to promote a healthy, stable, harmonious, and moral/ethical society... In that the founding fathers and mothers were Stoic Judeo-Christians, Freemasons, in a Judeo-Christian/Stoic society, they did not see the need, because they just assumed that was the standard norm going forward. Anyway, whether a Urian supports Trump or not, should be based on what is best for our goals and vision -- and in that he is anti-WEF (an autocratic and communistic vision of global government), the argument could be made... But we certainly cannot support any candidate that is rampantly pro-abortion, even unto the day before the child is born... thus supporting ripping a child limb from limb, while its screams go unheard, muffled within the womb of death... or any candidate that supports a godless, amoral world government bent on enslaving humankind to a cruel autocracy. Unfortunately, there are Pro-WEF candidates in both U.S. Parties, and who have infiltrated governments around the globe -- a point the WEF leadership openly brags about... And Justin Trudeau not least among them. What should Urians do in the face of a probable takeover by extreme Leftist/WEF/CCP ideals and agents, as seems inevitable at this point? We could all move to one place... seems unlikely. Raethan and I will probably make our stand where we are, in our home, as we have little money, and no real way to escape what's coming. The populations of the West will face increasing limitations of food, electricity, and basic goods, in the coming months and years... Increasing limits on personal liberty, freedom of movement, and pressure from direct government scrutiny... Christians in the ancient world, faced far worse, in honesty. The Left does not care about human rights or fair play, and are ignoring things like the Constitution with ever increasing boldness. This is the time of Anti-Christ/Anti-God, the rule of the Sith (lol). If we could, if you can, retreat to places and among people that are strongly Anti-WEF/Anti-CCP, wilderness reaches, lonely places, and stay off grid as much as possible (out of sight and out of mind). NETWORK with others who share the common cause (the anti-Trudeau protest movement in Canada for instance), make your common cause with them, confessing your faith is the motivation. Alternatively, just be loud and proud and stand your ground, and welcome a potential early exit to eternity as a result. They will come from those on the lists, eventually. It's the way of things. We Urians are not about thinking positive, or negative, but realistically, pragmatically... So plan what you will do with an eye to the way things really are, not the way things should be. Unlikely any of us are going to win the lottery and help save the rest of us, by whisking us away to some paradise safe space. We must choose to be or not to be, stand or bow down, surrender, hide, or resist. Keep faith in the future and place your hopes in eternity. God wins in the end, because time is always on God's side.
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