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I have never regretted my step nor the steps that preceded it that drew me to the brink of a human debacle where my own life, according to my fellowmen, was adjudged a failure. And yet before the masters, before the great Brothers of Light, I was adjudged worthy to make my ascension and to be no more, for God took me. And I do not regret it, for the brief moments when mankind chanced to hold me in derision passed rapidly and the glory of the future in realms of light has been so wondrous that even in one moment of that glory, all the pain and anguish of human censure was erased and passed away.[1]

  1. Enoch, “Transfigured by Christ’s Immortality,” June 17, 1962.