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Oahspe Book of the Arc of Bon.: Chapter XIII:
3. God said: Go ye amongst my chosen until ye find a man capable of understanding betwixt
truth and fable.
Beast: The animal man. The earthly part of man. Anything that is enforced, as a religion.
The Beast = Established and enforced as a
religion by a world goverment or empire.
Christianity was established by Roman emperor Constantine
as the empire (worldly) religion and enforced by the sword.
and control mechanism inspired by Looeamong.
all the tyrannies that affect mankind, tyranny in religion
is the worst; every other species of tyranny is limited to the world we live in; but this attempts to stride beyond the grave, and seeks to pursue us into eternity."
- Thomas Paine
Oahspe Book of Es, Daughter of Jehovih
The republic established.
1. Es said: Since three hundred years, the loo'is of God's
allotment to the earth, had been providing the generations of men unto the coming work of God.
And through these had God, Jehovih's Son, raised up one thousand
two hundred men, to be directly under the inspiration of the second resurrection, for establishing an emancipated government
3. And these one thousand two hundred men were raised to grades above sixty, and some of them to eighty.
4. Chief of these men raised up by God, to establish
the foundation of Jehovih's kingdom with mortals, were the following, all of whom stood above grade eighty, to wit:
5. Paine, Jefferson, Adams, Franklin, Caroll, Hancock and Washington.
6. Into the hands of these seven men did Jehovih, through God, His Son, place the leadership of the mortal hosts;
and they were under the guidance of Jehovih's Lord, Yotahiza.
7. And the Lord caused Paine,
to proclaim the new doctrines, as against Looeamong and the sacred books, on which the inquisitions had been carried out.
8. These, then, were the doctrines of Paine, inspired by the Lord, Jehovih's Son, to wit:
9. One, the Creator, who is Almighty, matchless in wisdom, truth, power and unity of purpose;
the author of all things, on the earth and on all other worlds, seen and unseen.
the soul of man is immortal and everlasting, and shall ultimately attain to peace and joy in the heavens of the Almighty.
11. That, according to man's good or evil deeds, words, thoughts and actions whilst on earth,
even so shall he inherit in heaven, light or darkness, joy or unhappiness.
12. That all the
world is my country, and the same right alike to all men.
13. To do good, with all of one's
wisdom and strength, is the highest religion.
14. That man hath a natural right, above all
kings, priests and sacred writings, to serve his Creator in his own way.
15. That this is
an age of reason, in which all men should be inspired, to read and think, and judge with their own judgment and not through
any priest or church or Savior.
16. That the doctrine of a Savior is unjust; that no honest
man should accept another's dying for him.
17. That the so-called sacred books are not the
writings of the Creator; that their multiplicity of defects prove them to have been manufactured by corruptible authors.
18. That, in practice, the said sacred books have been used by unprincipled priests to promote wars, inquisitions,
tyranny and destruction.
19. That man should rise up in his might to embrace his Creator, by the
practice of good works, and by promoting brotherly love toward all men; and by charity and independence elicit the protection,
the pride and the glory of the Almighty.
20. The doctrines of God, Paine proclaimed publicly;
and they were printed, and circulated amongst the inhabitants of Guatama.
21. And it came to pass,
that they fell into the hands of such men and women as had been previously prepared by God to receive them. And these people
applauded the new doctrines to so great an extent that the colonies repudiated the Divine right (Divan laws) of kings to govern
without the consent of the governed.
22. Looeamong, the false Kriste, perceived
the design of God, Jehovih's Son, and immediately sent down to the earth, to Guatama, two thousand angel warriors, to overthrow
Paine's doctrines, and to precipitate the colonies into war against the home government in western Uropa.
Thomas Paine on Old Testament prophecies of Jesus
"I pass on to the second passage quoted from the Old Testament
by the New, as a prophecy of Jesus Christ.
Matthew ii, 1-6. "Now
when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea, in the days of Herod the king, behold there came wise men from the East to Jerusalem,
saying, where is he that is born king of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the East and are come to worship him. When
Herod the king heard these things he was troubled, and all Jerusalem with him; and when he had gathered all the chief priests
and scribes of the people together, he demanded of them where Christ should be born. And they said unto him, In Bethlehem,
in the land of Judea: for thus it is written by the prophet, And thou Bethlehem, in the land of Judea, art not the least among
the princes of Judah, for out of thee shall come a Governor that shall rule my people Israel." This passage is in Micah
I pass over the absurdity of seeing and following a star
in the day time, as a man would a will-with-the-wisp, or a candle and lantern at night; and also that of seeing it in the
East, when themselves came from the East; for could such a thing be seen at all to serve them for a guide, it must be in the
West to them. I confine myself solely to the passage called a prophecy of Jesus Christ.
The book of Micah, in the passage above quoted, v, 2, is speaking of some person, without mentioning his name, from
whom some great achievements were expected; but the description he gives of this person, verse 5, 6, proves evidently that
is not Jesus Christ, for he says, "and this man shall be the peace, when the Assyrian shall come into our land: and when
he shall tread in our palaces, then shall we raise up against him [that is against the Assyrian] seven shepherds and eight
"And they shall waste the land of Assyria
with the sword, and the land of Nimrod on the entrance thereof; thus shall he [the person spoken of at the head of the second
verse] deliver us from the Assyrian, when he cometh into our land, and when he treadeth within our borders."
This is so evidently descriptive of a military chief, that it cannot be applied to Christ
without outraging the character they pretend to give us of him. Besides which, the circumstances of the times here spoken
of, and those of the times in which Christ is said to have lived, are in contradiction to each other.
It was the Romans, and not the Assyrians that had conquered and were in the land of Judea, and trod in their palaces
when Christ was born, and when he died, and so far from his driving them out, it was they who signed the warrant for his execution,
and he suffered under it.
Having thus shown that this is no prophecy of Jesus
Christ, I pass on to the third passage quoted from the Old Testament by the New, as a prophecy of him."
Thomas Paine on African Slavery in America:
On page 17 of THE AGE OF REASON by Philip S. Foner it says
"In the State elections which took place on October 12, 1779, the Constitutionalists won a resounding victory and, as
a reward for his part in arousing popular support for the Constitution, the new Assembly elected Paine its Clerk. Actually,
his position was more important than the name implies, for he was the close friend and advisor of Assembly leaders and influenced
In his new position Paine soon had an opportunity to see one of his dreams realized. Late in 1775, in his short article entitled
"A Serious Thought," he had looked forward to the day when God "shall have blest us, and made us a people dependent
only upon Him, then may our gratitude be shown by an act of continental legislation, which shall put a stop to the importation
of Negroes for sale, soften the hard fate of those already here, and in time procure their freedom." Five years later,
as Clerk of the Pennsylvania Assembly, Paine wrote the "Preamble to the Act Passed by the Pennsylvania Assembly March
1, 1780," which provided for the gradual emancipation of Negro
slaves in the state. It was the FIRST legislative measure passed
in America for the emancipation of slaves.
March 1, 1780 = FIRST legislative
measure passed in America for the emancipation of Negro slaves.
March 1, 1780 = warm up-spike (dan, light period)
When Abraham Lincoln was 26 years old in 1835, he wrote a defense of Paine's deism; a political associate Samuel Hill burned it
to save Lincoln's political career. Historian Roy Basler, the editor of Lincoln's papers, said Paine had a strong influence on Lincoln's style:
- No other writer of the eighteenth century, with the exception of Jefferson, parallels more closely the temper or
gist of Lincoln's later thought. In style, Paine above all others affords the variety of eloquence which, chastened and adapted
to Lincoln's own mood, is revealed in Lincoln's formal writings.[59
At the time of his death, most American newspapers reprinted the obituary notice
from the New York Citizen, which read in part: "He had lived long, did some good and much harm." Only six mourners came to his funeral,
two of whom were black, most likely freedmen. On the 8th of June, 1809, death came – Death, almost his only
friend. At his funeral no pomp, no pageantry, no civic procession, no military display. In a carriage, a woman and her son
who had lived on the bounty of the dead – on horseback, a Quaker, the humanity of whose heart dominated the creed of
his head – and, following on foot, two negroes filled with gratitude – constituted the funeral cortege of Thomas
The inventor Thomas Edison said:
I have always regarded Paine as one of the greatest of all Americans.
Never have we had a sounder intelligence in this republic ... It was my good fortune to encounter Thomas Paine's works in
my boyhood ... it was, indeed, a revelation to me to read that great thinker's views on political and theological subjects.
Paine educated me, then, about many matters of which I had never before thought. I remember, very vividly, the flash of enlightenment
that shone from Paine's writings, and I recall thinking, at that time, 'What a pity these works are not today the schoolbooks
for all children!' My interest in Paine was not satisfied by my first reading of his works. I went back to them time and again,
just as I have done since my boyhood days.
1776 Paine published The Crisis pamphlet series, to inspire the Americans in their battles against the British army. He juxtaposed the conflict between
the good American devoted to civic virtue and the selfish provincial man. To inspire his soldiers, General George Washington had The American Crisis, first Crisis pamphlet, read aloud to them. It begins:
These are the times that try men's souls: The summer soldier
and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands it now, deserves
the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that
the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only
that gives every thing its value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed if
so celestial an article as freedom should not be highly rated.
The first of the pamphlets
was released during a time when the Revolution was still viewed as an unsteady prospect. Its opening sentence was adopted
as the watchword of the movement to Trenton. The famous opening lines are:
These are the times that try men's souls: The summer soldier and
the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands by it now, deserves
the love and thanks of man and woman.
The pamphlet, read aloud to the Continental
army on December 23, 1776, three days before the Battle of Trenton, attempted to bolster morale and resistance among patriots, as well as shame neutrals and loyalists toward
Along with the patriotic nature of The American Crisis, it displayed Paine's strong deist beliefs, inciting the laity with suggestions that the British are trying to assume powers
that only God should have. Paine sees the British political and military maneuvers in America as "impious; for so unlimited
a power can belong only to God." Paine states that he believes God supports the American cause, "that God Almighty
will not give up a people to military destruction, or leave them unsupportedly to perish, who have so earnestly and so repeatedly
sought to avoid the calamities of war, by every decent method which wisdom could invent".
the Rights of Man (1791) he distinguished between two types of government - the “representative” which was flourishing
in North America, and the “hereditary”.
"Paine was tried in England, in absentia, for having written and published the second part of
the Rights of Man".
"the jury foreman came forward with a guilty verdict for Paine".
The 5 st-ages (ages) of human government
(Paine had a major role in number 3 and fought against number 2):
5. Jehovih's (E-O-IH's) kingdom on earth (a fraternity following the Light of the Creator,
average grade above 66). Kosmon 400 or 600 dan (Light). Christ rule.
"Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven." - Matthew
The true Christ was "the inner light"
followed by the Quakers and other faithists. "the true Light, which lighteth every man that cometh
into the world".
http://biblehub.com/kjv/john/1.htm400 years dan = Time = also
baktun (Mayan), 144,000 days [the 144,000 of Revelation in the Bible, 2nd dan, the Brides and Bridegrooms of Jehovih, see
Book of Revelation chapter 14:1-5 and Revelation 7:8].
The false-Christ taught by Looeamong was the Christ that
appears in bodily form or the flesh.
and 66 are important grade threshold's for human spirituality and light:
Oahspe - Book of Cosmology and Prophecy: Chapter VIII
7. Consequently the two most important
periods for the prophet's consideration come within thirty-three and sixty-six, or, as they of old said, man and beast. In
which measure man is divided into two parts (man and beast), and there is ever a percentage in his behavior inclining to one
or the other, and they correspond to the vortexian currents of the earth.
10. ...; according to the grade of a people, so will they receive its
light. If below thirty-three,..But if above sixty-six,
they will become true prophets, abnegating self for sake of
Number 5 stage would be after the collapse of seffas and society as we know it, and 408 destruction on the ORACHNEBUAHGALAH plate.
“Where liberty is, there is my country,” declared Benjamin Franklin, to which Thomas Paine
replied, “Where is not liberty, there is mine.”
When did Thomas Paine name the United States of America?
According to the National
Archives <<The first known use of the formal term "United States of America" was in the Declaration of Independence.
Thomas Paine, in February, 1776, had written of "Free and independent States of America." The terms "United
Colonies," "United Colonies of America," "United Colonies of North America," and also "States,"
were used in 1775 and 1776.>> http://www.archives.gov/national-archives-experience/charters/constitution_q_and_a.html
Father of the United States
From The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine:
It is a fraud of the Christian
system to call the sciences human invention; it is only the application of them that is human. Every science has for its basis a system of principles as fixed and unalterable as those
by which the universe is regulated and governed. Man cannot make principles, he can only discover them.
The Almighty Lecturer, by displaying the principles of science in the structure of the universe, has invited man
to study and to imitation. It is as if He had said to the inhabitants of this globe that we call ours, "I have made an
earth for man to dwell upon, and I have rendered the starry heavens visible, to teach him science and the arts. He can now
provide for his own comfort, and learn from my munificence to all to be kind to each other."
in Thetford, in the English county of Norfolk, Paine immigrated to the British American colonies in 1774 in time to participate in the American Revolution. His principal contributions were the powerful, widely read pamphlet Common Sense (1776), the all-time best-selling American book that advocated colonial America's independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain, and The American Crisis (1776–1783), a pro-revolutionary pamphlet series. "Common Sense" was so influential that "At the
close of the American Revolution, it became a proverb, that independence had been achieved equally by the sword of Washington
and the pen of Paine."
On Tom Paine's birthday in 1829, a friend, Mr. James McElroy, gave
a speech which was printed in The Correspondent. He said: "...It is already a matter of history, which has long since
briefly, but beautifully, expressed the value of those services in acknowledgment that 'Americans owe their liberties
scarcely less to the pen of Paine than to the sword of Washington..."
In 1835 an
article in the Workinman's Advocate said that it was a "standard toast" on the anniversary of the Revolution to
say (among other toasts), "The Memory of Thomas Paine -- The literary champion of freedom, whose pen was no less
powerful than the sword of Washington. Mankind owe him a debt of gratitude."
A HAND POINTING TOWARD A PEN, signifying, I HAVE PROVED THIS MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD.
Thomas Paine's writings came about in warm dan periods of light even during the cold period
of "The little Ice Age". It is as if the cold nebulous cloud of a'ji was parted for a few years (1773-1776, 1791-1795,
1799-1811) to allow the light and inspiration of the high heavens to shine through to Thomas Paine and the world.
• COMMON SENSE
1776 = warm (dan) period (normal)
• THE AMERICAN CRISIS
1776 = warm (dan) period (normal)
• THE RIGHTS OF MAN
1791-92 = warm (dan) inbetween up-slope period
• AGE OF REASON
(1794, 1795, 1807)
1794 = warm (dan) high point (above normal)
1807 = warm (dan) high point (2nd highest 1800-1850, above normal)
Thomas Paine born in 1737 borderline (1737.5 border of cold/warm) dan, but was moving UP (warming
up) in heat.
Benjamin Franklin born 1706 = warm up spike (dan)
(b. Boston, Massachusetts, 17 January 1706; d.
Philadephia, Pennsylvania, 17 April 1790)
Benjamin Franklin was the first American to win an international reputation
in pure science and the first man of science to gain fame for work done wholly in electricity. His principle achievement
was the formulation of a widely used theory of general electrical “action” (explaining or predicting the outcome
of manipulations in electrostatics: charge production charge transfer, charging by electrostatic induction). He advanced
the concept of a single “fluid” of electricity, was responsible for the principle of conservation of charge,
and analyzed the distribution of charges in the Leyden jar, a capacitor. He introduced into the language of scientific discourse
relating to electricity such technical words as “plus” and “minus,” “positive” and “negative,”
“charges” and battery. By experiment he showed that the lightning discharge is an electrical phenomenon, and
upon this demonstration (together with his experimental findings concerning the action of grounded and of pointed conductors)
he based his invention of the lightning rod,
Franklin made contributions to knowledge of the Gulf Stream, of atmospheric
convection currents, and of the direction of motion of storms. His observations on population were of service to Malthus.
He was the principal founder of the American Philosophical Society, the New World’s first permanent scientific organization.
(God's Book of
Eskra 50:30-33) Now, after the fall of the great empire, Egupt, her people migrated westward, hundreds of thousands of them,
and they settled in western Uropa, where these people married with the aborigines. Their offspring were called Druids, Picts,
Gales (Gaelic), Wales (Welsh), Galls (Gauls), and Yohans (Johns),
all of which are Eguptian names, preserved to this day.
31. Now, when the Faithists were moved by the
inspiration of God to have no more kings, and to flee away from the Kriste'yan warriors, they came amongst the people above mentioned. (The apostate Faithists married with them,
and their offspring were the forefathers of those now called,
French, German, Russian and English.)
32. God, Son of
Jehovih, had said: Suffer the apostates to so marry, for here
will I find a way to raise up disbelievers in the false Kriste; and they shall ultimately
become believers in Jehovih only.
33. For, inasmuch as
I have suffered them to become scattered, so will I appropriate them as seed to quicken all the races of men to comprehend
the All One.
History of the Jews in Egypt
Google John origin:
Behind the Name: Meaning, Origin and
History of the Name John. English form of
Iohannes, the Latin form of the Greek name ??a???? (Ioannes), itself derived from the Hebrew name ???????? (Yochanan) meaning "YAHWEH is
John - Behind the Name
Thomas "Tom" Paine (February 9, 1737 [O.S.
January 29, 1736[1 – June 8, 1809) was an English author
There was a genetic line of light from the ancient Hebrew/Egyptian
faithists to modern England, western Europe and Thomas Paine.
1. True Prophets and messengers of the Creator are born in borderline or above warm (dan) years or up spike
2. Religions and spiritual books inspired by the Creator are finished/canonized/published in warm (dan) years with
no down spikes.
Oahspe Book of Saphah
42. M'git'ow, morning, sunrise (Panic).
Dawn, M'git'ow (Algonquin). Tigiatow (Vede).
At dawn fly away the evil spirits; at dawn come the shining, full of holiness
The wise man hath found Git'm'ow full of cow, i.e., receptivity...He maketh a book at dawn. The seventh heaven
cometh in M'git'ow, the morning light (Poit).
[Interpretation = During dawns and dans, man is more receptive to
light and spiritual understanding, so this is when the wise men make true holy books, during dans, this is when true religions
are founded, this is when true prophets and messengers of the Creator are born, and this is when they
Oahspe mentions a cyclic time of seven and a half.
of Osiris, Son of Jehovih: Chapter XII:
3. And he gave the times of Jehovih...the times of eleven; and the seven and
a half times of the vortices of the stars...
[an etherean arc or cycle is 400 (dan) times 7.5 (7.5 x 400) = 3000 years.]
• COMMON SENSE
Paine's call to arms for America
• THE RIGHTS
Paine's reply to an attack on the French Revolution by Edmund Burke.
1791-1776 = 15
years = 7.5x 2, harmonic multiple of seven and a half times (7.5x)
1773-1776 warm spike (dan) period
highest warm spike is:
1791-1795 warm spike (dan) period
2 of Paine's greatest writings occured during warm spike
periods, 15 (7.5x 2) years apart.
Cycles follow the numbers and fractions of Pi. Pi = 22/7
22 - 7 = 15 = 7.5x 2
The Inquisition(s) (as shown below was established during cold a'ji years)
The first Inquisition was temporarily established in Languedoc (south of France) in 1184.
1229 it was permanently established. It was centered under the Dominicans in Rome
and later at Carcassonne
1184 = cold down point, a'ji period, 1185 cold down spike
1229 = cold inbetween, cold down
spike 1228, a'ji period
Historians use the term "Medieval Inquisition" to
describe the various inquisitions that
started around 1184, including the Episcopal Inquisition (1184–1230s) and
later the Papal
Witch-trials, See also: Early Modern witch-trials
During what is known as the Little Ice Age, Pope Innocent VIII, in his papal bull Summis desiderantes affectibus
(5 December 1484) instigated severe measures against magicians and witches in Germany. The grip of freezing
weather, failing crops, rising crime, and mass starvation was blamed on witches. He issued the bull to inquisitors
Heinrich Kramer and Jacobus Sprenger to systemize the persecution of witches.
1484 = cold down spike
(coldest dip 1450-1500) much below normal, a'ji
King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of
Castile established the Spanish
Inquisition in 1478. In contrast to the previous inquisitions, it operated
under royal Christian authority, though staffed by clergy and orders, and independently
of the Holy
See. It operated in Spain and in all Spanish colonies and territories,
1478 = cold below normal period
(1475 second coldest dip 1450-1500) a'ji
In the Americas, King Philip II set up two tribunals
(each formally titled Tribunal del
Santo Oficio de la Inquisición) in 1569, one in Mexico and
the other in Peru.
1569 = cold period (coming up from 1566 coldest dip 1550-1600) a'ji
The Portuguese Inquisition formally started in Portugal in 1536
at the request of the
King of Portugal, João III.
1536 = down spike borderline cold/warm a'ji
In 1542 Pope Paul III established the Congregation of the Holy
Office of the Inquisition as a permanent congregation staffed with cardinals and other officials. It had the tasks
of maintaining and defending the integrity of the faith and of examining and proscribing errors and false doctrines; it thus
became the supervisory body of local Inquisitions.
Roman Inquisition activity continued until
the mid-19th century,
1542 = inbetween down (1543 cold down spike) a'ji starting to fall,
1544 cold down spike
Mid-19th century = Dawn of the dan of the Kosmon cycle = 1848
= warm dan up spike
The evidence and facts from climate cycles shows the inquisitions and Witch-trials
fell under the dark inspiration of a'ji, not light.
"It was a pleasant situation for him. His friend Clio Rickman once told of a dinner Paine attended when, for
over four hours, he kept the guests enthralled with his extraordinary memory. Paine
recounted stories of 'men and manners,' told 'numberless anecdotes of
the American Indians, of the American war, of Franklin, Washington, and even of his Majesty, of whom he told several facts
of humor and benevolence." - page 302 of THOMAS PAINE, Apostle of Freedom by by Jack Fruchtman, Jr. 1994.
Thomas Paine probably had the Rs7294919 (C;C) gene in his DNA.
The hippocampus is a critical brain structure involved in learning and memory.
|(C;C) ||3 ||Enhanced hippocampal volume |
|(C;T) ||3 ||Moderately enhanced hippocampal
|(T;T) ||0 || |
Average hippocampal volume
(C;C) Enhanced hippocampal volume (originated
with I'hins, angels) ***
(C;T) Moderately enhanced hippocampal volume (originated with I'hins) **
a painting, drawing, photograph,
or engraving of a person, especially one depicting only the face or head and shoulders.
Below are facial recognition matches of
portraits of Thomas Paine to 4 phophets and law givers drawn by John Ballou Newbough (done by angelic control), these prophets
and law givers had a very high percentage of light
in them (grade 99 for Brahma, grade 95 for Abraham and Ea-Wah-Tah, all three were an I'huan of the I'hin side).
Thomas paine was a Ghan (I'huan-I'hin mix) of English (British) ancestry. According to Oahspe Thomas Paine was rated above
grade 80 of spiritual light.
of the 5 prophets/law givers
below, Thomas Paine's highest biometric facial recognition match is to Zarathustra. See Tae and facial recognition page of this website (near the bottom).
Above Thothma and Thomas Paine facial recognition matches only 20%.