A New Major Religion

A new religion is called for. Satan has sent his She-demons of Jezebel to destroy me. They failed! While the She-Devils of The Great Pussy-Grabber have been playing devious games with our Democratic Voting Machines, God has made it – right!

Two of the key groups that helped elect Donald J. Trump in 2016 were white women and evangelicals. Now, in the midterm elections, white women are turning away from the president and his party, while evangelicals are sticking with him. We look at what happens when you’re both.

I alone, after 2,000 years of failed men of God, was shown by God that the naming of John the Baptist was about the brisk. John revealed that he was the second coming of Elijah! It was John’s mother Elizabeth-Mary, that sang Zachariah’s song. With this song, The Truth is reborn! John prepared the way for the return of God on the Jubilee. Jesus is not God. John’s mother was the embodiment of Hannah, the mother of the prophet, Samuel, the Nazarite. Nazarite Women played a major role in the Second Coming of Elijah. This is why Jesus says;

“Truly I tell you, among those born of women there has not risen anyone greater than John the Baptist; yet whoever is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he.”

This is written after John’s death – and Jesus’ death! The true words are…….

“In the new kingdom of heaven the least will be greater than he.”

John prepared THE WAY for the New Earth and Heaven! His church was called THE WAY……………..THE RADIO WAY.

https://www.gotquestions.org/John-Baptist-greatest.html

https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2018/october/why-evangelicals-trump-vote-81-percent-2016-election.html

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/03/05/john-and-elijahs-chair/

Dreamer Jon ‘The Nazarite’

It is customary among Ashkenazic Jews to name a child after a recently deceased relative. This custom comes partly from a desire to honor the dead relative, and partly from superstition against naming a child after a living relative. It is almost unheard of for an Ashkenazic Jew to be named after his own father, though it does occasionally happen. Among Sephardic Jews, it is not unusual to name a child after a parent or living relative.

http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/5636-elijah-s-chair

http://www.cogwriter.com/news/wcg-news/cgff-claims-that-herbert-w-armstrong-was-elijah-but-what-about-the-bible/

“That being said, sometimes Herbert W. Armstrong did think that he may have fulfilled the Elijah role, but he told the late Dibar Apartian (who told me) that he was NOT the Elijah. Furthermore, essentially on his deathbed, Herbert W. Armstrong admitted to his closest aid, Aaron Dean (who told me this multiple times) that there could be an Elijah to come after he died (see also The Elijah Heresies).

This combined with what Herbert W. Armstrong wrote in The Mystery of the Ages and the length of time since his death demonstrates that Herbert W. Armstrong could not biblically be the final prophesied Elijah.

Various ones think that John the Baptist was the prophesied final Elijah and no other was to come (see The Elijah Heresies).

While it is true that John the Baptist was a fulfillment of some of the Elijah prophecies (see Matthew 11:14) and he came “in the spirit and power of Elijah” (Luke 1:17), Jesus taught more on this subject:

“Along with doctrinal matters, Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong’s status as an apostle has been called into question. It is a good and proper question. His title of apostle is a fact most have accepted as easily as the other categories of ministers such as prophet, evangelist, pastor and teacher as given in Ephesians 4:11. He frequently referred to himself in both sermons and writings as Christ’s apostle. Was this a false claim of a man trying to exert his authority? Or is there a biblical basis to validate his claim?”

https://www.cgg.org/index.cfm/fuseaction/About.FAQ/ID/36/Was-Herbert-W.-Armstrong-an-apostle-Was-he-Elijah-come.htm

https://www.cgg.org/index.cfm/fuseaction/Library.sr/CT/PERSONAL/k/664/Was-Mr.-Armstrong-an-Apostle.htm

With this background we can now consider Mr. Armstrong. He was ordained from the very beginning as an apostle by the Church of God, Seventh Day, Oregon Conference. One might argue that this was only because they ordained every minister as an apostle. Yes, but who else in the twentieth century did what he did in preaching the true gospel of the Kingdom of God around the world?

Three Songs of the Great Reversal

Here is the song the father of John the Baptist allegedly sang. It is similar to Hannah’s song who took the vow of the Nazarite, as did her son, Samuel the Nazarite. John was a Nazarite for life. Even while in his mother’s womb, he was filled with the Holy Spirit. John did not prepare the WAY for Jesus, but the “WAYS” of the Lord.“And thou, child, shalt be called the prophet of the Highest: for thou shalt go before the face of the Lord to prepare his ways:”

Mary’s song is titled a reversal. The Catholic church has juggled with these chidren and the truth – even while these babes were in their mother’s wombs! I have found a lineage of Nazarite women that includes Mary’s mother, Anna, that is the same as Hannah! Both women were Nazarites.

The Great Reversal of the Nazarites has arrived! Drink no wine as blood. Do not get near a dead body, or eat of dead flesh in a symbolic way. Repent!

Jon the Nazarite

nuke 1:46-55
New International Version (NIV)
Mary’s Song
46 And Mary said:
“My soul glorifies the Lord
47 and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior,
48 for he has been mindful
of the humble state of his servant.
From now on all generations will call me blessed,
49 for the Mighty One has done great things for me—
holy is his name.
50 His mercy extends to those who fear him,
from generation to generation.
51 He has performed mighty deeds with his arm;
he has scattered those who are proud in their inmost thoughts.
52 He has brought down rulers from their thrones
but has lifted up the humble.
53 He has filled the hungry with good things
but has sent the rich away empty.
54 He has helped his servant Israel,
remembering to be merciful
55 to Abraham and his descendants forever,
just as he promised our ancestors.”

Hannah praises Yahweh, reflects on the reversals he accomplishes, and looks forward to his king.
Verses 4-5 contains three reversals. Stanley D. Walters notes that one is a “reversal of macho male prowess”, one a “reversal of female longing” and one is “gender-neutral and universal”.[1]
There is a movement in this song from the particular to the general. It opens with Hannah’s own gratitude for a local reversal, and closes with God’s defeat of his enemies – a cosmic reversal.[2]
Through the theme of reversal, the Song of Hannah functions as an introduction to the whole book. Keil and Delitzsch argue that Hannah’s experience of reversal was a pledge of how God “would also lift up and glorify his whole nation, which was at that time so deeply bowed down and oppressed by its foes.”[3]
The reference to a king in verse 10 has provoked considerable discussion. A. F. Kirkpatrick argues that this does not imply a late date for the song, since “the idea of a king was not altogether novel to the Israelite mind” and “amid the prevalent anarchy and growing disintegration of the nation, amid internal corruption and external attack, the desire for a king was probably taking definite shape in the popular mind.”[4]
Walter Brueggemann suggests that the Song of Hannah paves the way for a major theme of the Book of Samuel, the “power and willingness of Yahweh to intrude, intervene and invert.”[5]

Hannah’s Song – 1 Samuel 2
And Hannah prayed, saying…
Triumphant my heart in Yahweh!
A high place my horn in Yahweh!
Wide is my mouth over my enemies,
for I delight in your deliverance.

None holy beside Yahweh!
For there is none except you,
and no Rock like our God!

Stop making much of your speech of pride, pride
goes out loose from your mouth,
for El of knowledge is Yahweh
and it is he who reckons every deed.

The bow of the valiant is shattered,
but the feeble are prepared to be strong.
Those who have feasted, in bread will be paid,
while those who have hungered – no longer!
She who was barren has now borne seven,
while the mother of many dwindles.
Yahweh brings about death and life,
casts to She’ol and lifts up.
Yahweh brings about poverty and wealth,
makes low and lifts high.
He raises from the dust the weak,
from the ash-heap lifts the poor
to seat them with nobles
and a throne of glory grant.

For Yahweh’s are the foundations of the earth,
and he orders upon them the world of men.
The footsteps of his devoted he watches,
but the wicked in darkness are silenced –
for not by power grows mighty a man.
Yahweh shatters his contenders –
against them from the heavens he thunders!

Yahweh will judge the ends of the earth
giving might to his king,
lifting high the horn of his anointed.

The Benedictus (also Song of Zechariah or Canticle of Zachary), given in Gospel of Luke 1:68-79, is one of the three canticles[1] in the opening chapters of this Gospel. The Benedictus was the song of thanksgiving uttered by Zechariah on the occasion of the birth of his son, John the Baptist.

The Carmelites of Rougemont

The Order of Saint George de Rougemont held services and rituals with the Carmelites at Rougemont Chateau. Above we see the cote of arms for the Carmelites Rougemont with red mountain. There is a brown mountain with three stars in the Carmelites arms. Is this Rougemont – red mountain?Jon Presco

Carmelite tradition traces the origin of the order to a community of hermits on Mount Carmel that succeeded the schools of the prophets in ancient Israel, although there are no certain records of hermits on this mountain before the 1190s. By this date a group of men had gathered at the well of Elijah on Mount Carmel. These men, who had gone to Palestine from Europe either as pilgrims or as crusaders, chose Mount Carmel in part because it was the traditional home of Elijah. The foundation was believed to have been dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The conventual buildings were destroyed several times, but a monastery of Discalced Carmelite friars was built close to the original site under the auspices of Fr. Julius of the Saviour and duly consecrated on 12 June 1836.

The charism, or spiritual focus, of the Carmelite Order is contemplative prayer. The Order is considered by the Church to be under the special protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary and thus has a strong Marian devotion.

A Marian devotion is a gift (total or partial) of oneself, or one’s activities to the Virgin Mary. It is a willingness and desire to dedicate oneself to, or venerate her; either in terms of prayers or in terms of a set of pious acts. Such prayers or acts may be accompanied by specific requests for Mary’s intercession to God.[1][2][3][4]
A wide range of Marian devotions exist, ranging from multi-day prayers such as Novenas among Catholics, the veneration of icons in the Eastern Christianity or activities which do not involve any prayers, such as the wearing of scapulars or even maintaining a Mary garden.[5][6]
A Mary Garden is a small sacred garden enclosing a statute or shrine of the Virgin Mary, who is known to many Christians as the Blessed Virgin, Our Lady, or the Mother of God.[1] In Christian tradition, Mary is the mother of Jesus of Nazareth, also known as Jesus Christ. Mary gardens are most common to those Christian denominations which hold the Virgin Mary in special esteem, particularly Roman Catholics and Anglicans.
The practice originated among monasteries and convents in medieval Europe. The first such garden open to the public in the United States was founded in 1932 at St. Joseph’s Church, Woods Hole, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
The statute of Mary, sometimes holding the Infant Christ, is central to the garden. Select flowers, shrubs, and trees associated with the legends around Mary are planted in the garden. Such plants may include laurel trees, strawberries, ladyslippers, lilies of the valley, peonies, violets, irises and roses, all of which are identified as symbolic and significant in the story of Mary as recounted in the Bible and other Christian stories. Gardens may have benches and a facility for lighting votive candles.

The Noble Brotherhood of Saint-George

Thibaut and Humbert de Rougement were Bishops of Besancon and the
ancestors of Guillaume de Vienne who co-founded the Order of Saint-
George ‘Brotherhood of Rougemont’ that was taken over by the wrong
people during the Reformation. The Rougemonts fled to England and
Canada, where as members of the Canadian Parliament, they admitted
members into the Loyal Orange Order. Bennett Rosamond was a master of
the LOL. Was there a ‘Sisterhood of Rougemont’? Jacquotte de
Rougemont is listed as a member of the Brotherhood and she is the
sister of Thibaut who was the Archbishop of Besancon, and the Chief,
or, President of the Brotherhood of Rougemont. of Rougemont Thiébaud
archbishop of Besancon 1449 of Rougemont Jacquotte sister of the
precedent 1449 of Rougemont Jean-Guillaume knight 1449 Amedee de
Dramelay/Tramelay was an archbishop of Besancon, and the son of
Templar Grand Master, Bernard de Tramelay. Fromond de Dramelay
married a Rougemont. Many family members of the House of Orange were
Knights of the Brotherhood of Rougemont. After the Reformation, and
the Huguenots lost the battle of White Mountain, we lost the estates
of our Rosy ancestors. The Pope put loyal Catholics in our offices,
and gave them our land. The present religious order of Saint George,
are usurpers.Nazarite Prophet of Elijah and John

ORIGINS AND BASES Of the ORDER The noble Brotherhood of Saint-Georges
was created in 1390 by two gentlemen frank-comtois, tohonour the
relics of Mégalomartyr, brought back Holy Land. Philibertde Mollans,
rider of the duke of Burgundy, was ankle worker; itssecond, Jehan d’
Andelot, were the son of Jean, lord d’ Andelot-lès-Sallins, and of
Marie d’ Usier, injury of Vaudrey and Rougemont,where the precursors
resided and where was held the annual chapter.When, January 10, 1430,
Philippe the Good instituted the Order ofthe Golden Fleece, twenty-
four holders formed the first promotion:after the large Master, came
immediately by precedence Guillaume IIIfrom Vienna. It is with its
request that in 1485, the magpie Unionwas set up in equestrian Order,
all approved at once by the popeInnocent VIII. The 1st vault of the
knights in the church ofRougemont the house of Philibert de Mollans
with Rougemont the doorof the 2nd vault in the convent of Cordeliers
in Besancon Alreadyenriched by prerogatives by Philippe Asseuré, then
by all the kingsof France of Louis XIV in Charles X, the Order
profited from specialspiritual favours conceded as well by the Roman
pontiffs as by thehiérarques Eastern ones.

The Knights of the Brotherhood of Rougemont and Knights of Saint
George, along with the Carmlite monks, elected the Bishops of
Besancon. Several of these Bishops bore the name Rougemont. As a
descendant of these Knights I extend my protection to these nuns who
have seen rockets fall about them and fall into the sea from atop a
hill in Haifa

“On Friday, the pope went to visit a convent of the
Carmelites not far from the small villa where he spending his
holidays and where he prayed for the Holy Land. Today, after exalting
the beauty of the mountains, saying they are a tribute to their
Creator, the pope said that “by happy coincidence, this Sunday falls
on 16 July, the day when the liturgy recalls the Blessed Virgin Mary
of Mount Carmel. ”

“The noble association of the knights of Saint-
Georges was founded in Rougemont about the year 1300 by the
sovereigns of the county of Burgundy to gather Burgundian gentlemen
of former knighthood. Their badge at that time was a medal
representing holy George with horse embanking a dragon, suspended
with a gold chain. This brotherhood was destroyed at the end of XIVe
century by the wars. She was restored by Philibert of MOLLANS(3),
knight comtois who would have brought back Holy Land of the relics of
Saint-Georges.He consequently thought of offering them to the
nobility of the county of Burgundy. He thus joins together about 1435
or 1440, a certain number of knights comtois to honour these relics
in a vault which he had with the castle of Rougemont. And it solved
to celebrate each year the festival of a saint, that the nobility
regarded as its owner, because it was knight and that one represented
it with horse armed with a lance. Philibert of MOLLANS was
undoubtedly the first governor of the order elected by the body of
the knights. Consequently, the largest lords of the country hastened
to be made receive in the brotherhood, and were assembled each year
in the vault of Rougemont on April 22, takes care of the George
Saint. Philippe the Good authorized the order to carry the suspended
medal to a red ribbon following the example that of the Golden
Fleece. In1648, the brotherhood settled in Besancon and not in Dole,
then capital county of Burgundy, indeed the brotherhood had already a
political role while being opposed to the Parliament of Pares. A room
in the tower of Montmartin was granted to him by a treaty with the
town of Besancon, as well as the exemption of the housing ofpeople of
war for the knights residing in Besancon. The knights ofSaint-Georges
were besides only noble city of Besancon has to profit from this
inappreciable privilege. However, it seems to have met several times
at Vesoul, city which has as Saint-Georges patronsaint. Then on April
25, 1661, the brotherhood is assembled in Salins and decides that
henceforth it will meet in Besancon, withthe convent of the Large
Carmelite friars, rested by a fellow-member: Jean of VIENNA.

Thibaut and Humbert de Rougement were Bishops of Besancon and the
ancestors of Guillaume de Vienne who co-founded the Order of Saint-
George ‘Brotherhood of Rougemont’ that was taken over by the wrong
people during the Reformation. The Rougemonts fled to England and
Canada, where as members of the Canadian Parliament, they admitted
members into the Loyal Orange Order. Bennett Rosamond was a master of
the LOL. Was there a ‘Sisterhood of Rougemont’? Jacquotte de
Rougemont is listed as a member of the Brotherhood and she is the
sister of Thibaut who was the Archbishop of Besancon, and the Chief,
or, President of the Brotherhood of Rougemont. of Rougemont Thiébaud
archbishop of Besancon 1449 of Rougemont Jacquotte sister of the
precedent 1449 of Rougemont Jean-Guillaume knight 1449 Amedee de
Dramelay/Tramelay was an archbishop of Besancon, and the son of
Templar Grand Master, Bernard de Tramelay. Fromond de Dramelay
married a Rougemont. Many family members of the House of Orange were
Knights of the Brotherhood of Rougemont. After the Reformation, and
the Huguenots lost the battle of White Mountain, we lost the estates
of our Rosy ancestors. The Pope put loyal Catholics in our offices,
and gave them our land. The present religious order of Saint George,
are usurpers.

BROTHERHOOD OF SAINT-GEORGE . She was instituted in the county
ofBurgundy, l’an 1390 by Philibert de Molan, lord partly of
Rougemont.He was the first head, under the title of barristers
president; thefellow-members take their row according to l’ordre of
theirreception in THE BROTHERHOOD without regard to dignities of
whichsome d’entre them could be covered; they mutually make vSu
s’aiders’ils are made prisoners, and to take care of the interests of
thewidows and the orphans, to which effect one names each year of
thepolice chiefs, during l’assemblée general.In 1569, one added to
the old statutes that the fellow-members wouldmake oath of living and
dying in the catholic religion, and inl’obéissance and tender due to
their legitimate sovereign; and l’ongave to the barristers president
the title of governor.This company had during a time the name of
BROTHERHOOD of Rougemont,because Philibert de Molan fixed it in this
country, in 1431. Itsassemblies were held above in l’église Large
Carmelite friars ofBesancon.The members of this association must show
sixteen districts ofnobility; their distinctive mark is SAINT-GEORGES
with horse, boringits lance a dragon , the whole d’or and attached to
the buttonholeof their dress by a moire celestial blue ribbon.

http://tinyurl.com/oqz3t

PRESENTATION of the NOBLE BROTHERHOOD of the knights of Saint-
Georgein the county of Burgundy

The brotherhood of Saint-Georges was one of rare
voluntaryassociations gentlemen of a French province under Ancien
Régime. Thestudy of this brotherhood is made in three times. First of
all thestudy criticizes testimonys on the brotherhood, then the study
ofthe political role of the brotherhood through a lawsuit with
theParliament of Besancon, and the attitude of the knights of
GeorgeSaint at the time of the Revolution. Finally the statutes of
thebrotherhood and the list of the knights are analyzed under all
theiraspects. In conclusion, the instruction of the intendant,
thelawsuit and the analysis are compared to try to characterize
thedichotomy and the conflict between two types of nobility in
Franche-Comté and France at the XVIIIe century. The last part of this
workconsists of a dictionary prosopographic of all the knights of
Saint-Georges who lived between 1679 and 1789.

With – Small history of the brotherhoodThe noble association of the
knights of Saint-Georges was founded inRougemont about the year 1300
by the sovereigns of the county ofBurgundy to gather Burgundian
gentlemen of former knighthood. Theirbadge at that time was a medal
representing holy George with horseembanking a dragon, suspended with
a gold chain. This brotherhoodwas destroyed at the end of XIVe
century by the wars. She wasrestored by Philibert of MOLLANS(3),
knight comtois who would havebrought back Holy Land of the relics of
Saint-Georges. Heconsequently thought of offering them to the
nobility of the countyof Burgundy. He thus joins together about 1435
or 1440, a certainnumber of knights comtois to honour these relics in
a vault which hehad with the castle of Rougemont. And it solved to
celebrate eachyear the festival of a saint, that the nobility
regarded as itsowner, because it was knight and that one represented
it with horsearmed with a lance. Philibert of MOLLANS was undoubtedly
the firstgovernor of the order elected by the body of the knights.

Consequently, the largest lords of the country hastened to be
madereceive in the brotherhood, and were assembled each year in
thevault of Rougemont on April 22, takes care of the George
Saint.Philippe the Good authorized the order to carry the suspended
medalto a red ribbon following the example that of the Golden Fleece.
In1648, the brotherhood settled in Besancon and not in Dole,
thencapital county of Burgundy, indeed the brotherhood had already
apolitical role while being opposed to the Parliament of Pares. Aroom
in the tower of Montmartin was granted to him by a treaty withthe
town of Besancon, as well as the exemption of the housing ofpeople of
war for the knights residing in Besancon. The knights ofSaint-Georges
were besides only noble city of Besancon has to profitfrom this
inappreciable privilege. However, it seems to have metseveral times
at Vesoul, city which has as Saint-Georges patronsaint.

Then on April 25, 1661, the brotherhood is assembled inSalins and
decides that henceforth it will meet in Besancon, withthe convent of
the Large Carmelite friars, rested by a fellow-member: Jean of
VIENNA. After the conquest, Louis XIV decided totolerate the
brotherhood, in spite of his resistance to the invader.He made it
possible even to the knights to carry their medal ofSaint-Georges
suspended to a blue moire ribbon like that of theorder of the Holy
Spirit, this in order to adapt has lower cost partof the nobility
comtoise, which would provide him executives devotedfor its army.
Besides Louis XV & Louis XVI, continued the policy ofthe Sun king
with regard to the brotherhood, they addressed to thecompany
portraits the them same ones, in foot, where one couldread: “Given by
the king the knights of George Saint of his countyof Burgundy.”.
These portraits like that of the prince of COP,special guard of the
brotherhood decorated the superb room with theLarge Carmelite friars
of Besancon, unfortunately destroyed at thetime of the Revolution.
The plank of the woodworks of the room wasdecorated series of the
blasonnés ecus of the alive knights, withtheir confined inscriptions
of their four districts, which onedescended at the time of their
death to be carried in ceremony withthe church, then suspended with
their row in the nave where one sawa great number of it which had
decorated a long time the vault withRougemont. The church which was
papered blazons of the knights ofGeorge Saint was also paved of their
tombs, “as if they had wantedto join together in this place emblèmes
of human vanity to thetestimony of his nothing”. At the time of the
general assembly ofApril 25, 1768, new statutes were written, they
will be studied here.

B – Organization of the brotherhoodThe brotherhood was organized by
statutes written at the generalassembly of April 25, 1768, you will
find these statutes below.
1 – Statutes of reception
Article Ier – in the knighthood only gentlemen of name and
weaponswill be allowed, which, after having shown their nobility, in
theform and manner prescribed hereafter, will lend the
oath….,between the hands of the governor of the province, in case
that itis present at the assembly, or between the hands of the
governor ofthe knighthood; they will oblige of more than non-
seulement observethese statutes, but still those which will be done
in the future,nevertheless these statutes and ordinances would have
beendeliberated in their absence or against their opinion.

Article II – All the gentlemen applicants with being allowed withthe
number of the knights, will be held to submit request to thegeneral
assembly, to have police chiefs, and to join to theirrequest, the
inventory of all their titles, with their family trees,painted and
blasonnées; so that the inventory having been read, andthe family
tree examined by all the knights composing the assembly,the governor
takes the voices of each one to know in particular ifthe titles
carried in the inventory appear sufficient to proverequired, and to
obtain police chiefs; in which case it will begiven by it two to the
plurality of the voices.

Article III – The gentlemen applicants will give between the handsof
the police chiefs named their titles, inventory and family tree,six
weeks before the following assembly, where they will have tosubmit a
report of it, with less however that the sixteen districtsof the
applicants were not already sworn in this knighthood; inwhich case
the police chiefs will be able to submit theirreport/ratio of the day
at the following day, in the same assembly.

Article IV – The applicants will justify their nobility of
sixteendistricts, knowledge: four paternal great-great-grandfathers
andgreat-great-grandmothers, and four maternal great-great-
grandfathersand great-great-grandmothers, noble, not anoblis of their
head, andwithout it being derogated there by their descendants; going
uptheir nobility at a hundred and thirty years for the
fifteendistricts of alliance; and as for the stem, or name of
presented,the proof will go until the tenth ascending one, presented
notincluded/understood; which proof will be done by production
ofsufficient titles, and such as they are given in the
followingarticle.

Article V – The titles which must be used for the aforementionedproof
just as with that of filiation, are the extracts baptistaires,the
wills, the divisions, the marriage contracts, the acts ofconvocation
to the banns and arriere-bans, the appearances at theassemblies of
noble, the acts of faith and homage, the oldinscriptions on public
monuments, the epitaphs, employment, servicesand qualifications of
rider or knight, and all other acts approvedin sovereign justices.
Article VI – The drawn copies on the originals will not be takenany,
which they were not collated in the presence of the policechiefs with
the examination of the proof, or appointed somebody oftheir share on
this subject.

Article VII – The copies which will come from the foreign
provinces,though collated and legalized, will not make any faith,
unless theyare not supported and are supported by certificates of
thesovereigns, republics, room of the nobility to the states, run
ofParliament, room of the accounts; all other certificates
beinginsufficient.

Article VIII – The districts of nobility which will not have
beensworn in this knighthood, will be it by four knights; and
thosewhich will have been it, will be sworn by two knights
only.Article IX – All the evidence made in stem will not be
startedagain, but one will go up them only to the already proven
commonstem.

Article X – No applicant will be received that it is not known
forcatholic, subject of the king, born or domiciled in the province
ofFranche-Comté, man of probity without reproach, pleasant with
thecompany, of the sixteen years age, that it does not lend the oath
inaccordance with the present statutes, after which the governor
ofthe order will give him the accodance according to the
chevaleresqueform, will give in hand the cross-belt and the
decoration of theknighthood of Saint-Georges, and will exhortera it
to continue tolive as a gentleman and faithful vassal of its
sovereign.
Article XI – The whole filiation of the received knights,
andChristian names of all ascending the and ascending ones to the
great-great-grandfathers and great-great-grandmothers inclusively,
and thetenth ascending one in stem, or name of presented, will be
recordedwith each reception; and will be held the new receipt to
leave withthe secretariat its family tree, and the inventory of its
producedtitles, to rest with the files of the order, and y to have
recoursewhere necessary.
Article XII – the new receipt will pay 300 pounds with the
treasurerof the order, unless his/her father or some of his/her
brothers werenot already received, in which case it will be exempted
to pay them;if not it will deliver them before lending the oath.
Article XIII – If a knight knew some defects in the evidence of
thegentleman claiming, which can prevent it from being allowed with
thenumber of the knights, it will be obliged in honor to
deliveropinion of them to the assembly, in time that the police
chiefs willsubmit their report/ratio; and the secrecy will
inviolablement bekept of all that will occur in the assemblies.
Article XIV -Statutes of this kind obliging the knights only with the
service ofGod and that of the sovereign, those which will have
qualitiesrequired there will be received, though covered with another
thatand order of knighthood, relative with the former practices
andhabits of the order.
Article XV – One will admit in theaforementioned knighthood two
ecclesiastics, of each noble collegeof the province, to represent
there, where necessary, the interestsof their chapters, which always
were supported and protected by theknights from Saint-Georges; these
ecclesiastics applicants withbeing received in the order, will make
the accustomed evidencethere, though they already inserted them in
the chapters of whichthey are members. 2 – Attributes and badges of
the brotherhood a)The large seal – the files of Doubs has a large
round seal of 34Misters Voici the description of this seal: In the
field, asénestréSaint-Georges, vêtu with the antique and horse, plant
his sword inthe throat of a dragon that its horse presses with the
feet. Around:SIGIL. NOBIL. SEQUAN. D. GEORGIO. DICATAE. b) The badge –
theknights or fellow-members of Saint-Georges carried originally to
thecollar, then with the buttonhole, fixed by means of a
suspensionbrace and of a ring at a cord or a blue moire ribbon like
that ofthe order of the Saint Spirit, of a quarter of ell of length,
asmall equestrian figure of George saint, out of gold or money
gildedc) the armorial bearings – mouths with a George saint of gold.
d)
The stick – Every year, the brotherhood named a kind of
prosecutorcalled barristers president who carried a richly engraved
moneystick, surmounted by a statuette of George Saint to horse. 3 –
Theoath – Here the oath that all the knights at the time of
their admission were to lend to the brotherhood, and this between
the hands of the governor of the county of Burgundy, or in the event
of absence of this one between those of the governor of the order: ASK:
Don’t you promise on the saints Gospels of God and your honor,to
profess in all and everywhere the catholic, apostolic and Roman faith?
ANSWER: Thus, I swear it and promise ASK: Don’t you aspromise to be
faithful subject of the King, to seek on any occasion its glory, to
prevent as no wrong is made to him, from employing forthis purpose
your life until the last moment, and to observe thestatutes of the
order? ANSWER: Thus, I swear it and promise ASK: Don’t you promise in
accordance with the statutes about lending support and help to your
brothers in arms, and to comprise you inall in the aforementioned
order as valiant knight, honest andvaliant knight? ANSWER: Thus, I
swear it and promise This oathgathers in its centre all the values of
the chivalrous ideal, thedefense of the catholic faith, fidelity
towards the sovereign, his service, the mutual mutual aid of the
knights, and the assistance oftheir widows and their orphans. This
lent oath, the governor gavethe accodance to the new knight according
to the chivalrous form while giving to him in hand the cross-belt and
the medal of theknighthood of Saint George, it exhorted it with being
a vassalfaithful gentleman of its sovereign. It is to be announced
that the new member was to pour a kind of contribution of 300 pounds
to the treasurer of the order, has less than his father or his/her
brotherwas not already received. 4 – Statutes of internal order
Article I -In all times the nobility assembled under the invocation
of Saint-Georges, will be chaired and controlled by one of its
members,elected official with the plurality of the voices, which will
carrythe title of governor.

There is a new world religion sweeping Russia, the land of the Rus/Ros who were river Mermaids.

Jon Presco

http://roseofworld.org/

In large part, Roza Mira is a spiritual cosmography, a description of the domains human souls occupy after death or between incarnations—domains resembling, to greater or lesser degrees, the heavens, hells, purgatories, and netherworlds of various religions and mythological systems. As such, it can be compared to works like the Bardo Thodol or Tibetan Book of the Dead, and the Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri (as well as modern expressions of the same visionary tradition,

Roza Mira (full title in Russian: Роза Мира. Метафилософия истории, literally The Rose of the World. The Metaphilosophy of History) is the title of the main book by Russian mystic Daniil Andreev. It is also the name of the predicted new universal religion, to emerge and unite all people of the world before the advent of the Antichrist, described by Andreev in his book. This new interreligion, as he calls it, should unite the existing religions “like a flower unites its petals”, Andreev wrote. According to Roza Mira, there are no contradictions between different religions, because they tell about different aspects of spiritual reality, or about the same things in different words.

I have endeavored to provide a glimpse of the Rose of the World’s perspective on the scientific and Scientific modes of inquiry, on individuals’ rights and obligations, on human creativity and labor, and on the two basic types of spiritual paths: the Wide and the Narrow. In order to complete this overview of its perspective on culture, it would be sensible to dwell on the Rose of the World’s views on art, in the broader sense of the word. But that subject is so important and touches on so many different levels, and is so close to my heart personally, that I have decided to devote a series of chapters to it in one of the later parts of the book. Therefore, before moving on to the question of the Rose of the World’s perspective on other religions, I will jot down just a few words about art in the approaching era.
What features might distinguish the art to be created by people who have embraced the spirit of the Rose of the World in the near future, when the sun of the golden age will have only Just begun to illumine the clouds on the horizon?
It would be naive to try to predict or summarize the variety of artistic trends, genres, schools, and styles with which that sphere of culture will scintillate toward the end of this century. But a certain dominant style will, I think, emerge. Of course, it will not exhaust all the different artistic movements (under the conditions of maximum freedom that would be impossible as well as unnecessary for the same reason). This style is destined to become the mainstream in art and literature in the last third of this century. The perception of reality intrinsic to the Rose of the World— transparent perception, which distinguishes variomaterial or spiritual planes through the physical plane—will find expression in that style. Such a perception of reality will be a far cry from a studied optimism that is afraid to shatter its own peace of mind in heeding the dark and tragic sides of existence. Creators of that style will not seek to ignore the distressing and frightening underside of the world. They will consider it cowardly to desire to forget about the bloody path of history; about the reality of the dreadful infraphysical planes of Shadanakar; about their merciless laws, which bind untold hosts of unfortunates in chains of inhuman torments; and about the ghastly fall that is being readied for the human spirit by the forces of the Antigod and that will almost certainly take place when the golden age has run its course. But a higher level of awareness will not tarnish their love for the world, it will not lessen the joy they receive from nature, culture, creative work, public service, love, and friendship. In fact, quite the contrary! Could the awareness of hidden dangers threatening the one you love ever extinguish the flame of that love? There will be wondrous, life-affirming works of unprecedented purity and joyfulness. There will appear in all the artistic genres—both those that already exist and those that will arise later—works that will sparkle like splashes of water on sunlit ponds, works by artists of the future about a love that is much more capacious than ours, works about youth, about the joys of family life and public service, about the broadening of human consciousness and the expansion of the frontiers of our perception, about friendship between people and elementals, about the daily proximity of the friends of our heart who are as yet unseen, as well as much more that will concern the people of those times and that we are incapable of imagining.
It seems to me that such a style—masculine in its fearlessness and feminine in its lovingness, a profound combination of joy and affection for people and the world, yet with a keen awareness of the world’s darker depths—could be called either transparent realism or metarealism. And need I mention that a work of art will not necessarily have to be an example of transparent realism for people who have embraced the Rose of the World’s spirit to be able to enjoy and delight in it? They will delight in everything that has the mark of talent and at least one of the following features: a sense of beauty, broad scope, profundity of thought, sharpness of insight, purity of heart, or a joyful spirit.
There will come a time when the moral and aesthetic level of society, and of artists themselves, will be such that the need for restrictions of any kind will disappear, and freedom of artistic, literary, philosophical, and scientific forms of expression will be absolute. But it will not be until several decades after the Rose of the World has assumed moral supervision over the states that the era of that ideal moral level arrives. It is not through wisdom but youthful naivete that one could arrive at the idea that society has already reached those heights of maturity when absolute freedom will not give rise to critical, irreparable abuses.
At first it will be necessary to assign to local branches of the Global Artistic Council, besides more pleasant duties, that single checkpoint through which an artistic work will have to pass before its public unveiling. That will be, if you will, the censor’s swan song. In the beginning, when national antagonisms and racial-prejudice will have not yet been eliminated, and powerhungry organizations will continue to play on those prejudices, a ban will have to be laid on any form of hate propaganda against any segment of the populace. Censorship will be maintained longer over books and texts that popularize scientific and philosophical ideas that give inadequate, superficial, or distorted treatment to objective facts and thus lead uninformed readers astray. Censorship will persist over works of fiction, requiring from them, it seems to me, a minimum of artistic merit in order to protect the literary market from a flood of tasteless, aesthetically ignorant trash. Finally, an unconditional ban on pornography will likely be in place longest of all. With the removal of each of these restrictions another measure will take its place: the Global Artistic Council or the Global Scientific Council will, after the release of a work of poor quality, print an authoritative review of it. That will suffice.
Clearly, it will not be easy to devise a system to determine who will sit on such councils, a system that will ensure that people with party or conceptual biases, intolerant supporters of particular movements or philosophical schools, or champions of the creative interests of some single group, nation, or generation not interfere in any sphere of culture. I would think, however, that in the psychological atmosphere of the Rose of the World a system like that could be devised.
If, for the moment, we avoid entering into fine distinctions between the concepts of culture and civilization, we may say that culture is nothing other than the sum total of humanity’s creative work. If creative work is the highest, most precious, and sanctified of human gifts, an expression of the human soul’s divine prerogative, then there is not, nor can there be, anything more precious or sanctified than culture. Further, the more spiritual a given cultural level, a given cultural sphere, or a given creative work might be, the more valuable it is as well.
The culture of a united humanity is only now emerging. Until now the only cultures to reach individual maturity have been those of individual suprapeoples, a suprapeople being a group of nations that are bound by a distinct, jointly created culture. But none of these cultures is confined to that aspect that exists and evolves within our three-dimensional space. Those who participated in the building of that culture here continue their creative work in the afterlife as well, though the work is, of course, altered in accordance with the conditions of that world or those worlds through which the soul of the human creator is passing at the time. An awareness is growing of million-strong communities of such souls, of heavenly lands and cities above each of the world’s suprapeoples, and of Arimoya, the emerging heavenly land of the culture of a united humanity. A perspective on culture based on such principles is new and startling. We would be right in even noting that with further crystallization and deepening it will grow to become a vast mythology, if in using the word “myth” we disaccustom ourselves from thinking of something that has no basis in reality. Here we are dealing with just the opposite: a colossal reality that is reflected hazily and superficially, but reflected all the same, in mythology.
The atmosphere established by the Rose of the World and its teachings will give rise to conditions necessary for that cultural mythology to be grasped by every mind. Even if only a limited number of minds are able to comprehend it in all its esoteric complexity, the spirit of the worldview, and not its letter, will gradually become accessible to almost everyone. And if we contemplate the prospect of instilling that worldview in the general populace, then devising a system of measures to safeguard all spheres of culture from interference by people who have no inner right to manage those spheres will cease to appear a hopeless task.

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1 Response to A New Major Religion

  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    I am going to presend a proposal to Meg Whitman abut making Religious Quibi movies. Christians complain Hollywood purpously ignores them. As a Biblical Scholar I can think of twenty movies that would be mini blockbusters. The Da Vinci Code was read by many Christiand. John Presco Copyright 2019

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