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The Value as Well as Dangers of Precious Metals and Stones Like Gold, Diamond and Ruby

The Value as Well as Dangers of Precious Metals and Stones Like Gold, Diamond and Ruby

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Here the Lord explains to us the value as well as the danger of misuse of precious metals
Here the Lord explains to us the value as well as the danger of misuse of precious metals

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The Value as well as Dangers of Precious Metals and Stones like Gold, Diamond and Ruby
The Lord: “In any case you still havea most beautiful and valuable souvenir from them, namely thegreat diamond that has an invaluable worth for this world.[5] ut since I have already mentioned the stone, I must also tellyou something about the !articular character of this stone.ecause the stone has an e"tremely mirror#li$e surface,immediately a ty!e of electromagnetic fire develo!s on itssurface, or to ma$e it more com!rehensible for you: a number of natural s!irits of the noblest ty!e !lay on its e"tremely flatsurface. They force themselves on in large numbers andsurround it on all sides and create through their constant activitya !articular brilliance of its facets, which then gives this stone inthe eyes of !eo!le a !articular value.[%] ut the &rim '(uby), which is also a ty!e of diamond, alsohas an almost e*ual value+ only the diamond is a bundle of aneon of s!irits of wisdom without dece!tion which are difficult tose!arate, the reason for its e"treme hardness  while the &rim isa bundle of love#nature#s!irits, therefore it is red, has somewhatless hardness and a great number of natural s!irits of loveconstantly gather around its surface, !articularly when it is verywell and very finely !olished, giving this stone a very !articular shine, which is not seldom visible even in a !itch blac$ night,li$e a matt glow, even to the fleshly eye.[-] If you now attach the two mentioned stones to your chest,you are setting thereby a number of natural s!irits of love andwisdom mechanically into the nearest connection with thee"ternal s!here of the life of your soul+ these s!irits are thene"cited by the scent of the life of your soul, become very activeand create thereby in your soul a greater light, in which light thes!ecial intelligences of the natural s!irits then also create amirror#li$e refle" in the soul, whereby the soul momentarilymust cross to a higher and dee!er $nowledge and in this way/0 becomes more clear#seeing than otherwise in its !resent earthlycircumstances.[1] 2or this reason then even 3oses ordered the high !riestthrough his brother 4aron to wear the Thummim and &rim !la*ues on his chest, and indeed at the time of his rule,whenever he was in a !osition to !ro!hesy something.[0] ut from now on instead of the mentioned !la*ues the truelove for od and its wisdom will wor$ the same and in a muchhigher and more living measure+ but des!ite all that, I have toldyou the !articular character of both these mentioned noble 6ewels only for the sa$e of your $nowledge.7
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[8] 'The Lord): “9uch a characteristic and effect could also beachieved with other bodies, if they could be brought to ane"traordinary smoothness+ but since such a thing is certainly not !ossible with the other bodies because of their too little
hardness, only Thummim and &rim can be used for this. Theold gy!tians $new very well about this and used both thesestones also for this !ur!ose. Therefore the old wise men and;haraohs always wore such stones on their breast and in agolden ring around their heads.[] <hoever in those days wore such stones was alwaysconsidered to be a !atriarch and a wise man by the !eo!le. Inthose days a !iece of regal 6ewelry therefore had a genuine andtrue reason. ut in these days it is nothing more than a vaindis!lay of earthly wealth, arrogance, and therefore also the loveof s!lendor, selfishness and domineeringness which aredamnable above all else. The em!erors, $ings and !rinces andgenerals are indeed still decorated with these old insignias of wisdom+ but where is the old, true reason=>  Therefore thatwhich was once a main virtue for the elders has now become amain vice>8/[?] 9o in the old days even ruling was a main virtue+ for firstlythere were never too many truly wise and e"!erienced !eo!le ina country, and he who too$ on the burden of leading the whole !eo!le always had a sour standing and always had to be theleader and advisor of thousands>[@] Ao one tore their hair out to gain such a !osition. The !eo!le, convinced by the need for such a wise leader, built himthe most magnificent home and decorated the rooms with allsorts of 6ewels, with gold, !earls and valuable shells, andcovered the leader with everything that he could ever haveneeded for a !leasant life, and every word was law for the !eo!le. Then the great re!utation of the leader was built on thisfor the !resent days  yet with a great difference:[5] In those days the ruler did not need any wea!ons+ his wordwas already all#in#all. <hatever he advised, and whatever hewanted to have, was !ut to wor$ with united strength, andeverything with great love and 6oy. <hoever found sometreasure or otherwise created something !articularly artistic, brought it to the leader of the !eo!le. 2or there was the wisecustom among the ancient !eo!le to 6udge thus: <hatever serves to raise the leaderBs wisdom must be given to him, for theleaderBs wisdom is the order and ha!!iness of the !eo!le>[%] ut now all that has gone to the grave and instead of the oldvirtue now a true sin of sins has come to humanity. <here arethe !atriarchs= Ch, abel, you great whore of the world, youhave infected the arth> ut now I have come in order to releasehumanity from the old inherited evil, to lay a curse on allthe treasures of the arth and to bless the hearts that have agood will.[-] 2rom now on 3y word will be the first 6ewel to the !eo!leand true and !urest gold 3y teachings and a true, living !alaceand a tem!le in every human heart, which will be filled with the !ure love for od and from it to the neighbor, and he will bea true $ing in 3y $ingdom, he whose heart is filled the mostwith love>88[1] Therefore: Ao clin$ing metal and no shining diamond willserve you any more as the crown of life, but instead 3yword and the action according to the word> 2or from nowon no matter shall have any value for your hearts, but instead
alone 3y word and the free, self#motivated action according to3y word.[0] m!erors and $ings may well decorate themselves with theold 6ewelry, but if they want to be wise and !owerful, they mustnonetheless !lace no value on them, but instead only on 3yword> Those who do not do that will soon be surrounded bymany enemies>[8/] ut whoever lays already value on 6ewels and on gold,should lay it on the !articular characteristics founded in their nature, which are a true reality, but never on the imagined valuewhich is a lie>[88] If a !rince let his home be tiled with shiny and well!olishedgold through and through in order to enter into a !ro!hetically state of vision through the influence of the !urer natural s!irits, who constantly gather in greater numbers on thegold, which comes from the light, and namely on its brightshining surface, in which he could foresee some things in hisdifficult business of leading the !eo!le, which otherwise no s!yno matter how clever could find out, then he would act well+ for the !ure gold has certainly such an effect *uite decidedly, andthe value of this metal lies also one and alone in this.[8] ut certainly such a set#u! would then have to beestablished on a !ure and insightful recognition, but never on !ure hearsay, that is, fully su!erstitious+ for man has receivedunderstanding from od so that he might chec$ everything before and recogniDe well the true reason, and only then $ee!the good and useful in an always best intention for theindividual as well as in general. <hoever does that, actscorrectly in 3y order and will not stray on the !ath of any of hisdeeds down any side#trac$s.[8?] ut if someone, sim!ly through hearsay and blind faith,which is actually su!erstition, ma$es such a set#u! and would8even feel some effects of the same, but does not $nowwherefrom they are, which effect they have in a natural way,how far this e"tends and where it has its necessary limits, such a !erson, who may !ossess very easily the sensitivity for suchsubtle influences than$s to his first basic education in life, willeasily see his foolish, material fantasies and imagination of allsorts and ty!es as effects of naturally s!iritual im!ressions andthereby rise to a terribly false !ro!het and cause much damage, !articularly if he has the reins of force in his hands as a !owerful !rince+ and then even a thousand of the most dubiousside#trac$s are !ossible.7
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[8] 'The Lord): “Eou now $now the true value of gold and 6ewels+ if you use them in the way and manner that I have nowshown you, you will stand com!letely in 3y order li$e a !atriarch of the old days>[] The !atriarchs of the old days $new gold also and used itgenuinely and 6ustly+ but those who began to use it according tothe imagined value came very *uic$ly into a great misfortune.2or the imagined value of the gold, the !earls and the 6ewelscaused thieves and highwaymen to emerge and one $ing becamethe enemy of another, as soon as he had learned that hisneighbor had stored u! too much of the yellow metal.

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