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<blockquote>Él me enseñó el trabajo sagrado de la alquimia del Espíritu Santo, la transformación del agua en vino. Verdaderamente soy el hijo de José, el gran alquimista milagroso de todos los tiempos. Y verdaderamente mis obras muestran su obra y la bendita gracia de mi madre.</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>Él me enseñó el trabajo sagrado de la alquimia del Espíritu Santo, la transformación del agua en vino. Verdaderamente soy el hijo de José, el gran alquimista milagroso de todos los tiempos. Y verdaderamente mis obras muestran su obra y la bendita gracia de mi madre.</blockquote>
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Where history has not preserved the record, the Ascended Masters have from time to time given us glimpses into the life of the Holy Family. One such story was dictated by Mother Mary to [[Mark Prophet]] in 1968:
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Donde la historia no ha conservado el registro, los Maestros Ascendidos de vez en cuando nos dan indicios de la vida de la Sagrada Familia. Una de esas historias fue dictada por Madre María a [[Special:MyLanguage/Mark Prophet|Mark Prophet]] en 1968:
    
<blockquote>I recall one morning when beloved Jesus was yet a small lad that he came to me with a very hard piece of wood that he was trying to whittle. He desired that I should persuade Joseph to exchange it for a softer piece, one that would lend itself more easily to molding. I sat him on my knee, and I proceeded to explain to him that there was an ingrained quality that of old had been placed within trees making one to possess a harder quality and another a softer quality. I told him that the soft wood would easily mar and that, were he to use it, the little image that he sought to whittle would not endure the knocks and tumbles that might later come to it, whereas a carving made of hard wood would endure more substantially.</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>I recall one morning when beloved Jesus was yet a small lad that he came to me with a very hard piece of wood that he was trying to whittle. He desired that I should persuade Joseph to exchange it for a softer piece, one that would lend itself more easily to molding. I sat him on my knee, and I proceeded to explain to him that there was an ingrained quality that of old had been placed within trees making one to possess a harder quality and another a softer quality. I told him that the soft wood would easily mar and that, were he to use it, the little image that he sought to whittle would not endure the knocks and tumbles that might later come to it, whereas a carving made of hard wood would endure more substantially.</blockquote>
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