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YOUR TRUE SAFE PLACE

            Today on college campuses across the United States of America the students of the Left cry for their safe places where they can feel safe.  They believe these safe places will keep them from hearing other people say things that hurt their feelings or disturb them, or what they feel goes against their determined beliefs of what good and evil are.  Many of these students are mislead by the public school systems.  This misdirection continues on with their college professors (most of them are leftists) who must mindlessly write what their instructor insists on them writing (their opinion) or else they will give them a bad grade.  These teachings drive the students right into the path of socialism, which is really communism.  Many of them are morally bankrupt and may not even believe in God.  Is it any wonder, then, that they feel unsafe in a world of evil where God (good) does not seem to exist?

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The Star-Spangled Banner

            Recently there has been debate over the fact that certain football players have refused to stand for the National Anthem.  I am not going to comment upon this topic, whether it is unpatriotic or patriotic.  What I am going to comment upon is the fact that perhaps our National Anthem should be changed.  It has been less than 100 years since “The Star-Spangled Banner” became the United States’ National Anthem.  What most Americans may not know today is that there were many people who did not like Key’s poem for the song because of the words he used.  One such person was Augusta E. Stetson, student of Mary Baker Eddy.  In one place she comments:

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THE FOUR GOSPELS – Part 3a

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 3a)

                                                                        V

                                                           THE SON OF MAN

ST. LUKE – the third living creature – the face of a man (Gabriel)

            We are in the next four tones, the tones of Christianity, which deals with ideas. These four tones deal “with the demonstration of Christianity. Here the universe of ideas is viewed in its Christ office as the dynamics of ideas. This section shows that an idea has the power to dispel invisible error through the establishment of the realm of spiritual ideas.” (Your Divinity Revealed; by Helen Wright, p. 569)  The angel Gabriel (Love), God’s divine messenger, is of major importance in this Gospel.  Love is the foundation of Christianity, true brotherhood, for “the impulsion which puts Christian Science into operation is, in Luke’s Christianity Gospel, the Christianity of universal Love in divine Science, appearing as the Christianity of Life and Love in absolute Christian Science.” (W. Gordon Brown; FGTR, p. 291)

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THE FOUR GOSPELS – Part 2b

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 2b)

Continued from St. Mark – Part 2a

Christ as Christianity (continued)
            In chapter 11 Jesus enters Jerusalem, the city of peace, unto Bethphage (“house of figs; house of unripe figs” [Metaphysical Bible Dictionary]) and Bethany (house of figs; …place of crossings; place where crossings are made; place of fords” [Metaphysical Bible Dictionary]}, at the mount of Olives.
            “Jesus enters Jerusalem. ‘Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord,’ the people shout. But, from the spiritual point of view, their thought is as fruitless and sterile as a barren fig tree.   It is like the commercialism that pollutes the temple. The real house of God, ‘called of all nations the house of prayer,’ is the Christly body of mankind. The temple must therefore be cleansed of its material greed and corruption. So Jesus rides into Jerusalem upon a colt and then cleans out the Temple of the moneychangers. First the Christ is recognized to fulfill Bible prophecy and then the Christ drives out the materially minded from the Christian body.”[1]
            Jesus first cursed the fig tree and the following morning they passed by the same fig tree “dried up from the roots.” Peter brought the tree to the remembrance of the Master. Jesus replied, “Have faith in God. For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith. Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them. And when ye stand praying, forgive, if ye have ought against any; that your Father also which is in heaven may forgive you your trespasses. But if ye do not forgive, neither will your Father which is in heaven forgive your trespasses.” (Mark 11:20-25)

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The Four Gospels Part 1A

THE FOUR GOSPELS’ HOLY CITY MATRIX (Part 1A – Matthew)

 

INTRODUCTION

            There is a theory going on today that the reason why the four Gospels were written so differently is because they were written like fan fiction  is written today, when people take their favorite story and change it or add their own ideas to it because they are such great fans.  This is not so in regards to the New Testament.  The four Gospels were written on purpose the way they were written and they were placed in the order that they are because they are following the divine system bringing out the divine infinite calculus.  In W. Gordon Brown’s book From Genesis to Revelation, pages 278-281, he explains this divine infinite calculus found within the Four Gospels.  I, however, also wish to present to you how the first four books of the New Testament relate to Window of the Open Book, or the Holy City Matrix, which Brown does not do, while providing to you with what W. Gordon Brown presents in his book.

 

The Holy City

The Holy City

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The Star of Bethlehem Flower and the Ark Keystone

     On November 11, 2014 I noticed something that I had never seen before, even though it was right there in front of my eyes!  What I realized is that there are flowers in the painted windows of the original Boston Edifice and these flowers represent stars.  On November 12, 2014 I looked up white flowers and found the Star of Bethlehem (Hyacinthaceae Ornithogalum umbellatum) and knew that it was a match to the flowers in the windows, even though they only have six petals while the Star-Flowers in the windows have seven petals for the seven synonymous terms for God:  Mind, Spirit, Soul, Principle, Life, Truth, and Love.  It also occurred to me that these flowers were used in the Christ and Christmas matrix (which I call Sharon’s Rose Matrix) that was made by Ingeborg Tillisch Kelley in 1971 for “The New Story of Christ.”  Seen below is a picture showing part of this matrix.  The twelfth petal has, what I think to be, seven Star of Bethlehem flowers on it (each flower having seven petals).  Kelly says that this flower was “inspired by” a Rose Window in the Concord Branch church that was described in Alice L. Orgain’s pamphlet, The Tree of Life.  The following is from Kelly’s work and ‘quotes’ from Orgain’s work.

            “‘Over twenty-two years ago my book AS IT IS described on page 551 the central medallion placed above the two lateral transept windows in the Concord Branch Church….In the center of the Church medallion appears a large conventional symbol of a flower, conjoined with fruit – the flower symbolizing the prophecies of the Bible and the fruit, their fulfillment, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.’  [I am not sure if the picture that is directly below is the actual flower she is speaking of as it only has four petals.  I found other California Star-flowers but they were white not yellow, as seen below the yellow flower.]

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Mary Baker Eddy’s Will (4)

     The following quote is from Andrew W. Hartsook’s book CHRISTIAN SCIENCE After 1910 (page 196).  It is a paragraph from Mary Baker Eddy’s Last Will and Testament.  Since the item is “4” I feel that what is written in the following paragraph has to do with the divine calculus — the Word, the Christ, Christianity, and Science.  More specifically, it has to do with the squared-cycle (or if you prefer, the squared-circle) of Science.

“4.  I give and bequeath to Mrs. Pamila J. Leonard, of Brooklyn, New York, the sum of Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000); to Mrs. Augusta Stetson, of New York City, my “crown of diamonds” breastpin; to Mrs. Laura Lathrop, of New York City, my diamond cross; to Mrs. Rose Kent, of Jamestown, New York, my gold watch and chain; and to Henry M. Baker, of Bow, New Hampshire, my portrait set in diamonds.”
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A Negative Comment

I received a very negative comment from a man.  First of all he made some mistakes in his comments to me and what he said shows that he knows absolutely nothing about Christian Science.  I will not post his comments because I do not see a need to do so, I will just comment on what he said.

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Should We Go To War?

Should the United States of America attack Syria because of a gas attack on innocent people?  Most of the citizens of the United States do not want to attack Syria because we are just tired of war since September 11, 2001.

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Letter to Readers

Dear Readers,

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