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lastramsey
Feb 25, 2022
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I personally find this man difficult to watch at times, even though I generally agree with what he says. I have tried to stay out of the woke war to preserve my employment and prevent us from becoming homeless. I am not sure how much longer I can hold out.
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lastramsey
Jan 18, 2022
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Here we will be posting our weekly Urian Report.
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lastramsey
Apr 19, 2021
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I have been on the path of Urianism for 16yrs now, with a couple of years before that on a path that led to Urianism. I thought it time to share my story on how I got here. I will be as brief as I can. I was raised in a family of Atheistic educators, artists, musicians, lawyers and doctors. I was always a black sheep. I didn't see things the way my family did. I didn't understand the world the way they did. I still don't. Around the age of 10 or 11, while in 5th and 6th grades, two things came into my life that started me in the direction that would eventually become my path in Urianism. The first was from my mother. She introduced me to four things that, for her, were mere psychological tricks, but for me would become tools I would later use to help myself get into trouble. They were, Tarot reading, the Ouija board, the Pendulum and Transcendental Meditation. The second thing was the appearance of a certain book in my life: Johnathan Livingston Seagull. I grabbed onto the idea of transcendence with both hands, since I had already learned to fear and sometimes loath the world I found myself in. When I was about 12yrs old, I had an out-of-body experience while meditating. I found myself in a realm I cannot describe as it did not have physical properties that I could define and did not contain sensory experiences that can be put into words. Suffice to say that I found myself floating among different colored lights that were beings. I was communicating with them in a total, empathic/telepathic way that transcended words and I cannot properly describe. The experience ended when my mother knocked on my door and the shock rocketed me back into my body with speed and pain. Flash forward to just after high school, in a rock band whose members were all brothers and all Evangelical Christians. Needless to say, they worked on me every time we rehearsed. Eventually I allowed Jesus Christ to enter my heart and became born again. Three months or so later, after witnessing the biblical ignorance of those who converted me, and the rampant hypocrisy in their ranks, I renounced the way. The next phase of my spiritual experiences began with a friend who introduced me to Wicca. After reading several books on the subject, we decided to self initiate. I made many of the tool required and we started doing the ritual observances. We also began to delve into the new age movement in the area and started associating with people who called themself different kinds of Pagans or Witches. We used Ouija, read Tarot, visited graveyards, tried seances, summoning, etc. At one point the friend I was with experienced some dreams pointing him to a name...an name I won't mention here. He believed that the entity was one we should follow. We began to delve into darker workings. It should go without saying that it did not end up well. Our lives and our friendship fell apart. It took me several years to climb back towards the light and repair the damage to my soul. For the years after that, until I met the Oracle online, I called myself a Metaphysicist as a general term because I lacked any specific path. It was at that time that I began to create my own religion. While MSN Groups was still active I created a community and had gone quite a ways into it when I met the Oracle. Feeling an instant connection with her, like a big sister, I talked to her as much as I could. She eventually introduced me to her husband...Uriah. When I saw his picture I felt as if I knew him, but could not say from where. She led me to his community, which I understand was not the first that he had created, and I got my first exposure to the idea of the neutral angels and the repentance being offered them by spirit. This led to my introduction to the system of Anuism, which led to Urianism. I had finally found my family. I moved away from my worldly family and in with Uriah and his wife. I began a very difficult and rigorous training. I learned to channel, mostly aspects of myself but sometime also entities outside of myself. I learned to truly praise and worship. I learned the seven devotions. I learned the basics of autowriting and was witness to innumerable autowritings and channelings done by Uriah and his wife. I was beat down repeatedly by spirit. Shredded and eventually remade, I grew up and became a man. I learned how to be responsible, to hold a job, manage finances, manage the departments of my place of work. But more importantly, I learned something wonderful. I learned to let go of my past gifts. The gifts that thrived from attention and were of either the systems of the prison we are in or were of my own imaginings. I began, slowly, to hear the real voice of Spirit. I did not trust myself at first, in fact still don't fully. But I had conformations along the way I could not deny. Also learned, was one of the most valuable lessons of all, that of the phenomenon of filter. No matter how clear my mind and heart are, I will always have a piece of me in every message I get from Spirit. The communications that come through me have to do just that...come through me. In coming through me they are altered and affected by me, just as water passing through a dirty cloth will become impure. So I have learned to always accept that I may be wrong and may be only hearing my own imaginings. In addition to all the things I learned, I must say that I witnessed a number of miracles during my time in Urianism. I will write of these in other posts. It is true that this is a bit of a ramble, but I haven't really told this story before. Many more things could be said about my journey to Urianism but one thing I have also learned is that too much detail is only interesting to the one telling the story. God bless
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lastramsey
Apr 19, 2021
In General Discussions
Of Special Child Syndrome: A good enemy of mine taught me about the psychosis of SCS, the hard way, and became a hammer of God to humble me. Crystal, Indigo, or Sapphire Children… In my experience and observation, these are often spoiled and unruly children, crowned with specialness by permissive parents, and taught to possess an inflated and exaggerated sense of their own entitlement and too regard every word from their own mouths as golden. I have rarely met a New Ager who did not think of him or her self a god, goddess, angel, messianic figure, or an otherwise great spiritual entity. It is, thereby, logical for such people to believe that their offspring must be truly profound creatures. Reading lots of books about how special you are, looking at lots of spiritual websites about how to become more special, meditating on your own special uniqueness in the universe, and being told by Gurus how you are chosen for special purposes—makes one feel… well… special. In Urianism, everyone is chosen, called, and anointed to serve God. Everyone is called, but not everyone chooses to listen. Everyone is chosen, but few choose to rise to the occasion. Your works on behalf of God and God’s Kingdom are what make you special. Not every dream is a vision, nor is visualization a message from God. You can visualize anything, but it does not make it inspired by Spirit, and most dreams are communications between the subconscious and the conscious mind. Having a white streak in your dark hair does not make you a goddess, and having great abs does not make you a god. Physical beauty is fleeting and material success is often the road to spiritual death. The rare prophets of Urianism will strengthen and straighten, clarify and reproof, rebuke and enrich the Way of the Spirit; while falseprophets will seek to confuse, defuse, delude, alter, and pollute the Path, introducing controversy, turning you aside to the worship of angels and idols, creating gods and goddesses of veneration, and glorifying themselves. A master who wants to be called master is not a master, for such ones set themselves up as demigods to distract you from the vision of God. Do not obey those who change the laws of Urianism, which are laws every archangel has blessed and God him/it/herself has ordained from of old.
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lastramsey
Apr 07, 2021
In General Discussions
For those who come to this site and may not have a lot of time with the information and also for discussion among those who are familiar with the Elyon, I have decided to weigh in on some of my ideas concerning the orders of Urianism. Throughout history, where religion is concerned, there have always been differences of opinion. A person within a group may receive a direct revelation from Spirit and find that it leads them away from the general consensus of the group. Others may read the same words that everyone reads and yet, find themselves with an interpretation that veers away from the group understanding. This has led to many schisms over the millennia and has, in fact, helped the enemies of faith and Spirit more than it has helped the people of faith trying to understand and reach out to God. Through many communications I have witnessed with Spirit over the years, I have come to somewhat of an understanding of why Uriel structured Urianism with the Orders from the start. Understand, first of all, that my opinion here is just that, an opinion. The purpose of the Orders in Urianism is to set up a structure of generalized archetypes that act as a guide when a person attempts to walk the path of Spirit. Each walk is different and personal, just as each relationship with God is different and personal. In fact, the Elyon speaks often about forming a personal relationship with God and I cannot stress enough that it is not only possible but very real and highly recommended. That being said, the purpose of the Orders is multi-fold. On one hand the Orders serve as areas of ideology that a person can find a connection with. Examples have already been given on this site in relation to the Violet Order. I will give a few more here. Someone who wants or has a tendency to express their love for God with the working of their hands and desires to build sacred spaces and the like, is someone who fits within the Tan order. Tan being a color associated with sand, dirt, earth etc. This is a person who serves Spirit in the material world and in a material way. It is someone who builds the foundations upon which other orders can express their own relationships with Spirit. These are the pyramid builders, the Cathedral builders....as well as those who build roads, houses, cars, furniture, power lines and the many other material things that help the faithful while on this planet in this life. However, this does not mean that a person is pigeonholed into an Order. The Tan order can also have a bit of Blue in it when a member builds a structure to house doctors, nurses and the afflicted. The order can have a tinge of Red when a Tan member builds a weapon or a prison. I can go on, but the point has been made. Having said that, a member of the Tan order is a member whose general and predominant expression in the faith is with their hands and with the construction and design of material things. A member of the Tan order, especially a Priest, is encouraged to practice the mystical arts taught in the Elyon. Encouraged to teach others, advocate for the afflicted, speak for justice, administer mercy, include beauty in their works and strive against evil. Being a member of the Tan order does not limit a person to only expressions of material faith. Just as being a member of the Violet order doesn't mean that you have to spend all your time meditating. This set up of archetypes is designed to help the faith maintain cohesion and resist the tendency towards schism and fracture. It allows each Urian to practice their faith comfortably and yet stay within the framework of the faith as outlined by the Elyon. Each order, and pillar as well, is answerable to the 20 laws, the steps of the faith and the principles of the faith and training. Expressions of the faith will differ but ultimately The Elyon is the final word. That is part of the things going through my head in regards to the orders of Urianism. Remember that it is only my opinion and in no way constitutes an effort to force anyone to adopt my interpretation. God Bless You
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