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<blockquote>Thus we see that the fallen ones desire the dispersion of light both to weaken and neutralize the lightbearers and to give it unto their own masses, whom they use in wars, political elections, revolutions, riots, and movements of various sorts that they might have the light to further the causes of the rivalrous [[Nephilim]].</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>Thus we see that the fallen ones desire the dispersion of light both to weaken and neutralize the lightbearers and to give it unto their own masses, whom they use in wars, political elections, revolutions, riots, and movements of various sorts that they might have the light to further the causes of the rivalrous [[Nephilim]].</blockquote>
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<blockquote>Therefore, beloved ones, you will hear people be for this and for that. “I am for a one-world religion,” they will say. But you must ask, “What kind of world religion? Under whose domination? A World Council of Churches that denies the individualization of the God flame? that denies the divinity of Christ in every man? that denies the option for the resurrection and the ascension? that denies karma and reincarnation as a cycle and a spiral of opportunity and a path of initiation?”</blockquote>
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<blockquote>Therefore, beloved ones, you will hear people be for this and for that. “I am for a one-world religion,” they will say. But you must ask, “What kind of world religion? Under whose domination? A World Council of Churches that denies the individualization of the God flame? that denies the divinity of Christ in every man? that denies the option for the [[resurrection]] and the [[ascension]]? that denies [[karma]] and [[reincarnation]] as a cycle and a spiral of opportunity and a path of initiation?”</blockquote>
    
<blockquote>Beloved ones, the more centralized is control, the less control the individual may exercise over his own life. Whether in religion or a universal academy of science or medicine or the government, you will see that unless it is truly God who is at the center of their sun, there can only be the red sun going down that is not of the light—however a patriotic symbol this may be for the people of Japan.</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>Beloved ones, the more centralized is control, the less control the individual may exercise over his own life. Whether in religion or a universal academy of science or medicine or the government, you will see that unless it is truly God who is at the center of their sun, there can only be the red sun going down that is not of the light—however a patriotic symbol this may be for the people of Japan.</blockquote>

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