PAGE STATUS: Nothing I say on this page or anywhere on this website should be regarded as representative of Christian Science. I am an outcast in my own church. Had I not withdrawn my name from their membership roles many years ago in protest of their misguided leadership (on both sides of the current schism), I am quite sure they would have excommunicated me by now. And I can assure you that no one else who claims to be a student of Mary Baker Eddy thinks the Nazarene (Christ Jesus) was partially extraterrestrial in origin, as I argue on page № 102. There are No Prophets.
LAST UPDATE: December 26, 2020
The problem with today’s Christian Scientists, in a nutshell, is that they are either unwilling or incapable of heeding “To-day’s Lesson” at the top of page 560 in their textbook.
According to BibleStudy.org, Christ Jesus spoke the words we know of as Matthew 24 late in the afternoon of Sunday, April 2, 30 AD. The very next day Judas betrayed him. On the morning of Wednesday, April 5, 30 AD, a mere three days later, Jesus was crucified. There is an obvious connection. The Christian Scientist will not listen to me, and I will not listen to them. What Christian Science has become is a perversion of what it was when Mary Baker Eddy was alive. I am one against many. So be it. This man gave his life to tell us what is about to happen. The time for “religions” and their damnable buildings has passed. The very first thing we must do in the new world is outlaw religion. Organized goodness. Coveted titles that are supposed to be indicative of a man or woman’s character instead of their actions. What a joke. Let a man or woman believe what they will as long as no harm comes to others. But history makes it abundantly clear that religion is the enemy of mankind. How many more must die in the name of some religion before humanity takes up arms against its greatest enemy. I dare say our Founding Fathers were not religious, and neither are the Ћinkers. The Bard admired the Nazarene because he spoke the truth. Truth is all that matters, and I would remind the Christian Scientists that it is one of their names for God.
2 Corinthians 6
2 Corinthians 6 expresses my feelings about the Christian Scientists of today better than anything else possibly ever could. Allow me to quote it here in its entirety. In as much as these people were handed entrusted with the care of a book about pure metaphysics and managed to turn it into something I can no longer pretend to even recognize, I’ve decided it was time to speak out not against the Mother Church in Boston or the dissidents, but against the whole lot of them.
We then, as workers together with him, beseech you also that ye receive not the grace of God in vain.
(For he saith, I have heard thee in a time accepted, and in the day of salvation have I succoured thee: behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.)
Giving no offence in any thing, that the ministry be not blamed:
but in all things approving ourselves as the ministers of God, in much patience, in afflictions, in necessities, in distresses,
in stripes, in imprisonments, in tumults, in labours, in watchings, in fastings;
by pureness, by knowledge, by longsuffering, by kindness, by the Holy Ghost, by love unfeigned,
by the word of truth, by the power of God, by the armour of righteousness on the right hand and on the left,
by honour and dishonour, by evil report and good report: as deceivers, and yet true;
as unknown, and yet well known; as dying, and, behold, we live; as chastened, and not killed;
as sorrowful, yet alway rejoicing; as poor, yet making many rich; as having nothing, and yet possessing all things.
O ye Corinthians, our mouth is open unto you, our heart is enlarged.
Ye are not straitened in us, but ye are straitened in your own bowels.
Now for a recompence in the same, (I speak as unto my children,) be ye also enlarged.
Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?
and what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?
and what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.
Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you,
and will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty.
March 12, 2021: I have confirmed this morning the loss of the help I was offered by a “Journal-listed” (read officially sanctioned) Christian Science practitioner as a result of publishing the fact that another practitioner bragged to him of earning $5,000 a month praying for people. “The public has a right to know this” were my last words to him. These people are now my enemy. Their hypocrisy has spoiled yet another good heart. I will pray for them, but I will not remove this critically important evidence of the spiritual poverty that has become the Christian Science church. The last Christian Science practitioner who did this to me knew I was facing the possible loss of my right foot. And before him was a member of the “Baltimore 400” (a descendant of the landed aristocracy in Baltimore and a member of my Association) who demanded either I walk away from any belief in the possibility of an apocalypse or she would not talk to me anymore. Believing as I do that the Nazarene was tortured for sharing this information with his disciples days earlier, I chose the latter. These people are doing nothing but protecting an organization that either represents their personal prestige, their income, or both. I still have my right foot, though I have been nursing it back to health for almost a year now, and I will outlive these bastards, so help me God. One time in New Orleans I grew tired of them not listening and so I sang their hymn no. 58,—one of my favorites,—with such fervor and gusto that the organist turned her volume down very low, and then I went a cappella like a hatchling leaving the nest. It was fun for me, too. Very intense. Afterward, a man with whom I routinely crossed swords turned and just said, “Damn, Luther.” [I know what I just did.] People were running up to me, all smiles and at their very best behavior, like something really special had just happened. It had. I know. I was there. I got to them with music.
Absolute Christian Science and the apocalypse
The author of this website is a Christian Scientist. Do not expect him to ever apologize for this fact. In John 14:26 we read, “But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.” That promised Comforter is the Christian Science “textbook” Science and Health With Key to the Scriptures written by a woman, Mary Baker Eddy. But I do not think the book was intended for this, the Fifth World in which we now live. I think it was written for the New World to come.
No roosters where I live
I was recently denied treatment by a Journal-listed Christian Science practitioner who presented me with the stark choice of either terminating my contact with her (and she knew she was my last link to the church) or surrendering my belief in the validity of Matthew 24. For me, that was the equivalent of being asked to deny the Christ.
Why did Christ Jesus wait to the end of his earthly career to retreat to his favorite place, Mount Olivet, and tell his disciples that the world was about to be completely destroyed?
According to BibleStudy.org, Christ Jesus spoke the words we know of as Matthew 24 late in the afternoon of Sunday, April 2, 30 AD. The very next day Judas betrayed him. On the morning of Wednesday, April 5, 30 AD, a mere three days later, Jesus was crucified. Was there a connection? Let us suppose that for over 600 years (around the time of Pythagoras) knowledge of the cyclic destruction of the planet had been some of the most carefully guarded information in history. The Pythagoreans and Roman elite are one and the same. They are the progeny of Jove in their time. I tell you of a truth that they killed Jesus for speaking about the end of this world. I think it quite possible this is why Mary Baker Eddy said “I dare not tell you what I know.” No one with a large audience of listeners is allowed to speak this truth, from Christ Jesus to Stanley Kubrick. The price of doing so is death.
God is … a very present help in trouble.
That I have a simple mind cannot be denied. The above quote perplexed me for many a year. I thought it was saying God is in trouble. The “times of” is missing, at least in the Authorized King James Version. Toward the end of the time when I attended Christian Science churches, I would remind them of this before I said something I suspected they could not understand. I will not ask any of them for help ever again. Simply put, I would rather die than lean on one of these imposters again.
The apocalypse is a taboo subject in Christian Science
As discussed in The Widow of a High Ranking Freemason, before her death in 1910, Mary Baker Eddy, the “scribe under orders” (her words) who wrote Science and Health With Key to the Scriptures, was apparently told by a high-ranking Freemason that the world is about to be completely destroyed. And yet the subject of the apocalypse is somehow taboo among the current generation of Christian Scientists. Try to talk to them about Isaiah 24, the Book of Daniel, Matthew 24, or Mary Baker Eddy’s comments on the subject, and their reaction is as if you made some unspeakable faux pas. To be completely honest, their reaction is difficult to characterize. It’s like in the company of all of their best friends you told some hideous secret from their past and in a somewhat stunned state of mind they pretend as if they did not even hear it. Force the subject upon them, demand a response, and you invite open hostility. It’s quite abnormal.
I started down this road when I discovered a highly unusual discrepancy in the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. You can read about this on page № 33. Mary Baker Eddy’s well-hidden, 23-Word Warning about the Coming Axial Tilt. After exhaustingly researching it to make sure there was no misunderstanding on my part, I began asking Christian Science practitioners and teachers. For one reason or another, they would not respond. I thought this very peculiar. I approached the last few by telling them no one would answer my question or comment on the text in question. Yet I never got a response. Why? Well, I think I can answer that. Either my interpretation of the text is correct or Mary Baker Eddy made a huge mistake. Personally, I cannot seriously entertain the second possibility because there were 432 editions of this book. She scrutinized the text perhaps more so than any other author in the history of mankind. The thought that she overlooked the fact that the sixth seal has nothing whatsoever to do with the twelfth chapter of the Apocalypse is inconceivable. But now I had a different problem, why would Christian Scientists not talk about the apocalypse? I believe I can at long last answer that question. I arrived at these conclusions only a short while ago, and not without the help of a loving, Journal-listed Christian Scientist practitioner, who also happens to be a member of my Association.
“Does not compute”
What is absolute Christian Science? Well, let me begin by repeating what Dr. Kurt Stark said when I asked him about the subject of the apocalypse. He is a well-respected Christian Scientist and Bible scholar. I thought for sure he would answer my question about the unusual text in Science and Health, and that he would confirm for me that the sixth seal did indeed have nothing to do with the twelfth chapter of Revelation. But I was wrong. As uncomfortable as it was, I had to push for an answer to which he eventually blurted out, “I am sure that only mortal mind will die.” I was dumbfounded by this answer. He said that with a smugness that bordered on intellectual conceit. This is just who he is, but the answer is telling. The current crop of advanced Christian Scientist thinkers cannot, I repeat, cannot cope with the thought of an apocalyptic event. Billions of people are about to die, and judging solely by his vocal intonations, I would say unhesitatingly that Dr. Kurt Stark doesn’t give a damn. But he is not alone. Ask any Christian Science practitioner or teacher that same question and they will more or less take the same tack.
Trying to think about absolute Christian Science (as presented by this generation of thinkers) and the apocalypse at the same time “Does not compute. Does not compute. Does not compute.”
Yet the prophets Isaiah and Daniel and Christ Jesus are emphatic about the destruction of this world, and Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer, Founder, and Leader of Christian Science, had lots to say on the coming apocalypse. How do we reconcile these two worlds? That is the question that must be answered.
Escaping the collective consciousness
Not “unfinished” or incomplete, Michelangelo’s work represents individual consciousness imprisoned in the collective consciousness (hive mind) or what might be described as popular thought. The Bible refers to this slavish state of mind when it says “Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate.” This is precisely what Michelangelo wants to represent in marble.
Michelangelo’s statues at the Accademia, at least the one to the right in the above picture, are the “walking dead” among us whose lives express only the collective consciousness, among which we must count the majority of so-called religious people. It is a deep hypnotic state to which I dedicated the first seven pages of this website.
The answer to the above question, How do we reconcile these two worlds?, is closely related to 2 Corinthians 6:17, “Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord…” This is usually erroneously interpreted to mean you should live like a hermit in the hills. That is not what it means. The “them” is this biblical quote refers to the collective consciousness. Yes, there is a collective consciousness in which we all more or less share. To give one of an infinite number of possible examples, in a purely mental realm, it is the collective consciousness that kills you when you take poison, even though you may be entirely unaware of having done so. Theoretically, it should not harm you since you are unaware of having taken the poison. Yet it does. This is the collective consciousness at work.
The current expression of absolute Christian Science has been absorbed by the collective consciousness, stylized to the point of meaninglessness if you will.
The periodic destruction of this world is the implosion of the collective consciousness, which over time “drifts too far from the shore” of the spiritual reality of things. Please allow me to make this critical point again: The periodic destruction of this world is the implosion of the collective consciousness. So yes, as Dr. Kurt Starks says, “only mortal mind” will die, but this entails an earthly scene unimaginably horrible. To be so callous about the subject is not even remotely human, not to mention, Christian. But I do not judge him. I have come to understand that this is a perversion of real Christian Science, one that is now so pervasive in the church that it is cherished by both factions of the Christian Science schism discussed below.
Planes of existence versus the perfectibility of this world
In Chapter 4, Christian Science Versus Spiritualism, the “little book” Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures states the following.
Jesus said of Lazarus: “Our friend Lazarus sleepeth; but I go, that I may awake him out of sleep.” Jesus restored Lazarus by the understanding that Lazarus had never died, not by an admission that his body had died and then lived again. Had Jesus believed that Lazarus had lived or died in his body, the Master would have stood on the same plane of belief as those who buried the body, and he could not have resuscitated it.
Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scripture, p. 75:12 [bold-red emphasis added]
Existence continues to be a belief of corporeal sense until the Science of being is reached. Error brings its own self-destruction both here and hereafter, for mortal mind creates its own physical conditions. Death will occur on the next plane of existence as on this, until the spiritual understanding of Life is reached. Then, and not until then, will it be demonstrated that “the second death hath no power.”
Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scripture, p. 77:5 [bold-red emphasis added]
I don’t want to be accused of blind following, but this explanation is good enough for me. It’s like when a dentist starts drilling into a tooth of mine. I do not use a local anesthetic. What I do instead is tell myself over and over again, “I am more than all of this.” It works.
Today’s Christian Scientists share one important trait with the progeny of Jove. They both seek to live on Gaia or Terra forever. Not understanding the true nature of being, that we live and breath now in some kind of elementary school of being, they seek to eternalize this plane of existence. Even if it were possible, I cannot for the life of me imagine why anyone would want to stay here forever. I hate this place, it’s smallness, the ceaseless lies that tear at the fabric of being, the greed, and sophistry. There is no end to it.
Life is eternal. We cannot change this fact, no matter what thoughts we entertain to the contrary. Wrong thinking cannot change reality.
So how then do we entertain absolute Christian Science and thoughts of the apocalypse at the same time?
The real meaning of “absolute” Christian Science is that no one is actually going to die on the “day of the Lord.” In some indescribable way this implosion of the collective consciousness clears the ground and makes it possible for a new group of children to begin school. Everyone goes on. It is like watching a horror film. The individual may not be able to control what is projected onto the screen, but sooner or later someone will turn on the lights and reveal a greater reality. This is my version of absolute Christian Science. It is not the perfectibility of this world. It is a deep conviction that life goes on.
Do not fear death
We are indeed “right at the door.” I have suffered my whole life to know this. We are living in the here and now of which the prophets Isaiah and Daniel, Christ Jesus, and Mary Baker Eddy spoke. To those who can see what is happening, the signs are all around us. It has begun. Like Samual Barber’s Adagio for Strings, the climax is unimaginable and brief, but it will come. And when it does, this grade school of existence will be flushed clean and life will begin anew, as it has countless times before. Those who were here will graduate to the intermediate school in which they realize for the first time that the fabric of the universe cannot be material (though they awake with as material a body as they had before the belief in death) because they still exist in an entirely new realm or plane of existence. Those of us who remain behind will define the foundation of a new, higher generation of thought. This is life. This is the cycle of being.
Allow me to be perfectly clear about something; it is NOT absolute Christian Science to deny the reality of the coming apocalypse, that billions of people are about to die a violent death. It is a bland denial of Christ Jesus and the prophets Isaiah and Daniel.
I have unusually strong feelings about this subject because people fail to realize that the Pythagoreans were in control of this world over half a millennium before Christ Jesus was born. Mrs. Eddy said “I know what is coming. I dare not tell you what I know” for a reason. Likewise, Christ Jesus waited until the end of his days on earth to tell his disciples what he knew about the coming destruction of the planet. Though he spoke in heavily veiled language, yet was he killed days later. He was killed by the very same progeny of Jove who killed Stanley Kubrick. So I must say bluntly that denying the reality of the apocalypse to the point of being unwilling to even discuss what the prophets Isaiah and Daniel, Christ Jesus, and Mary Baker Eddy say on this subject is a deluded mental state, and evidences a profound disrespect for the life’s mission of the man we call Christ Jesus.
He gave his life here on earth to warn us about what the Pythagoreans were hiding from us. You are no disciple of his if you use his teaching to deny the reality of the coming apocalypse.
In short, it is nothing less than ignorance. And methinks Mary Baker Eddy would be utterly perplexed by the thought that her would-be followers had drifted so far from the shore of Gallalee.
What is absolute Christian Science is to know in your heart that all the people about to “die” in reality are watching a soap opera about to become a horror show on the projection screen at the front of a grade-school class. Someone is about to turn off the projector. When they do, these children will realize it was not real. Then they will graduate to intermediate school. This is the mechanism by which the grade school resets. I like to imagine the students are getting smarter all the time, but living amongst you has given me grave doubts. It is hard to imagine a more primitive people.
We live on more than one plane of existence. Where you err is in insisting this is the only one and that death is not a necessary process for such a primitive people. Would you have us live forever in this hellish reality?
Essentially, what you are exhibiting by so thinking is a fear of death. You should not fear death. It is a great adventure for such primitives. The Vikings embraced it. You should, too. No matter how much you love your life in this world, awakening to the knowledge that the fabric of the universe is mental because you are still alive will more than compensate for whatever you left behind.
The Christian Science schism
This section will only be of interest to my fellow Christian Scientists. I include it only because I was unusually close to my Christian Science Teacher, went to Principia College with Harvey Wood’s daughter, had dinner alone with Harvey Wood and his wife in their Boston home, and know Dr. Kurt Stark perhaps better than anyone else alive. I was not raised in Christian Science. I found the church when I was 19 years old in 1978. Hence, the entire time I have been associated with the Christian Science church, it has been dominated by the schism, which to this very day is alive and well. For 13 years of that time I cared for my Christian Science Teacher after the death of her husband and was privy to everything going on inside of the church. During that time, under the influence of Dr. Kurt Stark, I withdrew my membership from the Mother Church. The local branch church of which I was a member ceased to exist. That left only my Association, from which I eventually withdrew also. I have no ties to Christian Science at present, though in my heart I have never ceased to be a Christian Scientist. Allow me to say plainly that I do not advocate splintering of the church. I have intensely investigated all of the so-called “independent” Christian Science churches as well as notable individuals who have separated themselves from the church in protest, and can affirm that they are hopelessly lost.
By any measurement, the Christian Science schism is at least 40 years old now. And there is no end in sight.
No one can approach this subject without first reading the “Science of Mind-Healing” from No and Yes written by Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer, Founder, and Leader of Christian Science. It goes without saying that the entire dissident movement has not read this short piece. For if they had, there would be no dissident movement. Now what does that say about the leaders of the dissident movement?
Dr. Kurt Stark
Dr. Kurt Stark, a Journal-listed Christian Science practitioner and former President of the First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston Massachusetts, is the unabashed leader of the dissident movement. I know this man well, as I said above with great specificity, perhaps better than anyone else alive. He is a member of my Association, and both of us were unusually close to our Christian Science teacher, Virginia D. Skarie of Baltimore, Maryland.
Dr. Kurt Stark is the single-most sought after speaker at the many Associations who remain actively opposed to the Christian Science Board of Directors (i.e. the Mother Church). And he is booked so many years into the future that there appears to be no end to the schism in sight. I spoke with him recently on the telephone and he told me that during a Sunday morning service there were a paltry 53 people in attendance at the huge Mother Church Extension. That is far less than the number of people who make their living working at the “Mother Church.” In fact, Wikipedia states that the Mother Church Extension has a seating capacity of around 3,000 people. Let us assume that Mr. Stark was not counting himself and that there was a total of 54 people in attendance that morning. This is precisely 1.8% of the seating capacity of that building. I am not interested in convincing the reader of the truth of Christian Science (pure metaphysics) for the simple reason that the Christian Science church is already dead.
The spiritual poverty of the so-called “Mother Church” has been in evidence for decades now. My good friend Dr. Kurt Stark confided in me his utter disgust with the individuals presently on the Christian Science Board of Directors, naming at least three of them. But those who stand in opposition to the Board of Directors from the time of Harvey Wood to the present day, the so-called dissidents, are no less spiritually impoverished because they evidently failed to read the “Science of Mind Healing” in No and Yes, which is the culmination of a lifetime of lessons about how to handle wayward Christian Scientists.
A letting down of my hair
On what might very well be the most special day of my entire life in this world age, it comes to me to quote the following verse from the Bible to my co-religionists:
Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men.
Of all the people on the face of the earth, the Christian Scientists should be most awake to the reality of what is happening. Yet this is not the case. In fact, quite the opposite is true. Christian Scientists are completely oblivious to the existence of Mary Baker Eddy’s warning about the coming axial tilt on page 560 of their “textbook.” After the bitter experience of encountering only more of the same from the Texan Christian Scientists (who I earnestly thought would have a greater sense of independence), I have finally come to the sad realization that I have surprisingly little in common with these people. After 40 years of the worst possible abuse from a people who have direct access to the little book Christ Jesus promised us,
I hereby declare my freedom from these people
Christian Science was not intended for this world age. Our job was merely to distribute the book all over the world so that it would survive the coming axial tilt. This is the precise meaning of Matthew 24:14, “And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.”
And whosoever shall not receive you, nor hear your words, when ye depart out of that house or city, shake off the dust of your feet.
And the edifice you so proudly control? Mrs. Eddy knew it would be leveled on the “day of the Lord” because unlike you she understood the meaning of Christ Jesus’ words “There shall not be left here one stone upon another, that shall not be thrown down.” The Mount of Olives and Jerusalem are 2,500 feet above sea level. And Boston? Well, that is actually a very interesting story, one I will address momentarily. I find it of no small consequence that one of the lessons I learned in this life as a sea kayaker is the power of water. It is way too little respected.
In response to the following question, Christ Jesus left us Mathew 24.
Tell us, when shall these things be?
Mary Baker Eddy left us this one 23-word sentence.
“In the opening of the sixth seal,
typical of six thousand years since Adam,
the distinctive feature has reference to the present age.”
Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.
The beast in this sentence is the coming axial tilt discussed on this website. The man to which it is referring is the progeny of Jove, and his number is 666.
Encoded in this warning is the number 666. The opening of the sixth seal in the Book of Revelation is a description of the coming axial tilt. What words can I use to describe what it feels like to have uncovered this warning left to us by Mary Baker Eddy, the “scribe under orders” for the “little book” or Second Coming of Christ Jesus? Exposing the progeny of Jove is a moral obligation and civic duty.
But delivering Mrs. Eddy’s 23-word warning to the world is my honor.
Nothing less could have lifted the weight of having been the black sheep in my family, lost loves, the ungodly disdain of the Christian Scientists after having given up over a decade of my life to care for one of their dying teachers, countless beatings in my youth, and bearing the weight of this world’s hated for over six decades now.
Through all of that, I protected my “thinker” by being the most honest person I could be. And now I know why. I wish the reader could know just how often I thank God for choosing me to do this job. Yes, I know there are others. We are an Army, the Army of Enoch. The Bible said we would be here, and here we are. But honestly, to be part of this army is indescribable at times. If you really want to plummet the depths of my insanity, I am so differently constituted than the overwhelmingly vast majority of humanity that a part of me seriously thinks I may have volunteered to come back to this plane of existence to be a part of this army, and these past 60 years of hell were my boot camp, so-to-speak. But all the weight is lifted now. Even as I write this tears of gratitude roll down my cheeks. I tell you of a truth, from where I stand now, it was always meant to be. This really is my destiny. I am at this opoint beyond the reach of the progeny of Jove. God help them is they interfere with my work. And so as not to give them anything to hold over me, I am going to master this body now and turn it into a fighting machine. That is the last great challenge ahead of me before the end.
I implicitly trust the integrity and honesty of Mary Baker Eddy. She would not lie to us. Nor would she exaggerate. Ergo, this one sentence from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures is for me like having a high-ranking Royal Arch Freemason from the Southern United States of America in the late nineteenth century tell me face-to-face what to expect in my lifetime. So let me be blunt. If you, as a Christian Scientist, can read what I say on this page and dismiss the fact that she said it using exactly 23 words as mere coincidence, then what you are practicing is not Christian Science and you seriously need to contemplate the truth of what I say on page № 103. The Problem with Today’s Christian Scientists. The 23 words are what I call an anti-cipher. All the great writers and thinkers throughout history use anti-ciphers. They are intended to say, “Yes, however difficult it may be for you to believe, what you are thinking is correct.”
Coincidence or obstinacy? There were 432 editions of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. Is that a Coincidence also?
Each Great Cycle of the Maya Long Count calendar is 432 orbits of Jupiter, or 5124.2976 years using NASA’s orbital period of 11.8618 years. Using the universally accepted GMT correlation date for the Maya Long Count calendar and moving forward to 2017 (see A Very Public Countdown to 2017 on page № 19. The End Time (or “When shall these things be?”), and then backward (as must be done when calculating the start of the Maya Long Count calendar) 2160 orbits of Jupiter, the start of the Fifth World or last Great Cycle in the Maya Long Count calendar is 3105 BC (but which is widely believed to be August 11, 3114 BC). This is in perfect agreement with the start of the Yuga calendar of India (April 20, 3105 BC). That was the year of the last axial tilt (from which the planet did not immediately recover), which you probably think of as the Biblical Deluge or Noah’s Flood. More coincidence? I can and do cite thousands of corroborating facts on this website. Where does coincidences stop and your obstinacy begin? I pray not on the “day of the Lord.’calendar120220121015PM
Your ignorance of the existence of the highly secretive society I refer to as the progeny of Jove on this website will be your downfall. Christ Jesus gave his life to warn us about the coming axial tilt. The progeny of Jove, then known as the Pythagoreans, had been in control of the entire Western world for over 600 years before the birth of Christ Jesus. This is some of the most highly-guarded information in the history of our species. From the time of Christ Jesus to Stanley Kubrick, the price of exposing what they know to a wide audience is death. The very next day after Christ Jesus spoke about the destruction of the entire world (what we know of as Matthew 24), he was “betrayed” by Judas and a couple of days later he was brutally murdered. Yet because of a mistaken sense of “absolute Christian Science,” none of you can even speak about the Apocalypse. Though I have yet to write it with the ferocity it deserves, you need to read my page № 103. The Problem with Today’s Christian Scientists. What you are practicing now is neither Christian nor Science. You read the words. You pretend to follow her teaching. But the church is now dominated by the pride of position, the downfall of all churches. Your practitioners and teachers care more about payment than they do the Truth. And let us be frank; there is no healing in the church. Wednesday evening “testimony” meetings have devolved into something so grotesque as to defy explanation. And this is not recent. It has been thus the entire 40 years I have known the church.
After the axis tilts, during those precious few days Christ Jesus died to give us, what I want is for every Christian Scientist who reads this page and left thinking me tragically misguided, what I want is for you not to “flee into the mountains” as Christ Jesus commanded, but to sit and earnestly pray. Then on the “day of the Lord,” when off in the distance you here what will soon sound like a thousand locomotives headed your way, know this, I am on a mountain top watching in unspeakable awe. And you, you are going to die one of the most violent deaths imaginable. It will be quick, though. You will not suffer long. In fact, it will be so quick I doubt you will feel any pain at all. But you see, you will not really die. Life is forever. That is absolute Christian Science, knowing that on the “day of judgment” no one really dies. This is the difference between you and me. This plane of existence is an elementary school. We are not meant to be here forever. You share that mistake with the progeny of Jove.
You have two devils amongst you now. One is Kurt Stark. The other is the Board of Directors. They are foils in a badly scripted play. You deserve them both. They are your leaders, not Mary Baker Eddy or Christ Jesus.
Now, what exactly do I mean by devils? I mean trouble makers, self-righteous, judgemental little pricks in the lingua franka (which regrettably also describes a lot of the “Journal-listed” Christian Science so-called practitioners and teachers who practice what I can only describe as formulaic metaphysics which borrows words and phrases from Mary Baker Eddy’s works and charge somewhere around $40 a day to regurgitate them). A more technical term to describe what is happening here would be the Narcissism of Small Differences. As stated on page № 103. The Problem with Today’s Christian Scientists, Kurt Stark, a Journal-listed Christian Science practitioner and former President of the First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston Massachusetts, is the unabashed leader of the dissident movement and someone who I know better than he could ever admit to himself, needs to read and take to heart the message contained in the “Science of Mind Healing” in No and Yes, which is the culmination of a lifetime of lessons about how to handle wayward Christian Scientists. But this will never happen. Kurt is who he is, the would-be “Savior of Christian Science.” And the Board of Directors needs to stop introducing petty, meaningless “newness” to the now-defunct Christian Science movement, such as a truly impossible to use supplemental hymnal, reading from Bibles other than the Authorized King James Version, overtly accommodating homosexuality, including more or less than the traditional six sections in the weekly Lesson-Sermon, and an endless, tiresome list of petty differences which amount to little more than the trailings of Harvey Wood. Then they need to return the money the Mother Church took for the publication of the Knapp book, admit their wrongdoing, beg God’s forgiveness for all the people the Christian Science Board of Directors has hurt since the time of Harvey Wood, cut their bloated salaries at least in half, and apologize to the field. But you see that will never happen any more than Kurt Stark will ever acquaint himself with the humility of Christ Jesus.
God led me to Virginia D. Skarie, C.S.D. for a reason. Through her, I was allowed to see into the heart of this religion. Kurt Stark and I are both her students. I’ve been studying him for decades now. He’s a primadonna. And I know the truth about what happened in Boston perhaps better than anyone alive because I was by my teacher’s side all during the aftermath. For God’s sake, I went to Principia with the daughter of Harvey Wood, who was a leader of what I characterize as the Ellen DeGeneres lesbians on campus in the section entitled Homosexuality versus Metaphysics and the Future of Mankind on page № 67. Refereeing Between the Gods. Her father, Harvy Wood, President of the Christian Science Board of Directors at the time, invited me to have dinner with him and his wife. With her in the next room and while showing off some very expensive artwork he had acquired in his living room, he made homosexual overtures to me.
Today’s date is November 10, 2019, and early this morning around 5:00 AM I was contacted by some of the most powerful men alive who told me something they knew I needed to know more than anything else and that without their help I would have otherwise never have known with absolute certainty, and so I want this day to finally divest myself of this sad secret of mine, to let them know my “thinker” is neutral in this war of principalities.
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
How do I know it was a homosexual advance? Because I have been deflecting homosexual advances my entire life, starting in my very childhood and including my own uncle (the older brother of the man who I thought was my dad at the time), child molesters (pedophiles who I fended off with a pocket knife) and highly intelligent actors in Baltimore. My God, don’t tell me I don’t know when another man wants in my pants. So you see I speak from a position of authority when I say the Christian Science movement of today is corrupt to its very core. The thing that saddens me the most is that, despite appearances to the contrary, my own teacher really only cared about herself and other people’s perception of her. And she lied to me. My Christian Science teacher lied to me. Where is Christ Jesus in all this madness? Nowhere! I beg Mrs. Eddy’s forgiveness for speaking the truth about what her church has become and find strength in that, even in her day, she saw the writing on the wall and refused to enter into the grandiose Mother Church extension, an edifice not built to honor her or the Truth, but to satisfy the budding egotism that would blossom into what Christian Science as a religion has become. I say again, my whole life has been preparation for what I am doing on this website. And I really do not care how many countless millions the progeny of Jove have slaughtered over the past 2,600 years in their insatiable quest for absolute supremacy of this world in the end time in which we now find ourselves. From where I stand now, I prefer their company more so than to have ever been associated with the Christian Science church of today. They are at least honest men. I have struggled so hard today with what I can only describe as an infinitely tired soul. Now I know why. Methinks God himself (or Herself) wanted me to say these things. A great weight is lifted from me. Now I need to go listen to the Sound of Silence on my homepage. I love this artist Disturbed. I find great peace of mind listening to his rendition of a song that has been close to me my whole life. I say again, thank you, gentlemen. I am deeply honored. And the answer is still, No. I will not cast myself into the bowels of hell. You know better than anyone you did not invent Christ Jesus. ET will save me. I know only that I will not die. This much has been promised me.
Knowing that I will be in an otherworldly state of mind after the axial tilt and that I have allowed myself only 24 hours to get to my destination, I have an incredibly detailed 40-page document with instructions on how to get where I am going so clear a child could follow them. They include detailed pictures from two trial runs and bypasses for Interstate Highways which the federal government may close. These instructions are in my four-wheel-drive vehicle at all times. The following picture is from the cover of that document.
Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come.
And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come.
Who among you truly believes these passages from the Bible?
Message in a bottle
For a friend at First Church, Austin.
Hi Elizabeth. Hit the play button. By the time the song’s over, you’ll be done reading this. God blesses those who care for the elderly widows. I know. I did it, too. I am writing this on November 9, 2019. It is, I might add, a stunningly beautiful day outside. At some point, a few short years from now, I will deliver a message to the Austin churches that will drive you here. Until then, I left this Garrett Hedlund song for you in case you somehow made your way here you’d know how I feel. I always listen to it whenever I work on this page. This life doesn’t always give us what we want. I got a job to do before this world comes to a careening stop, at which point I intend to find you and ask if you want to drive with me to Monjeau. There’s a bunch of Mescalero Apaches up there. I think they’re high enough so that some of them will survive. Of course, some of them are drinking too much. I have to tell you, I have, too, and recently. That’s why I like listening to Keith Urban’s Your Not Alone Tonight. But that’s all over now. I’ll have everything you need, in case you want to come along, but to say we’ll be getting close to Mother Earth again is probably an understatement. The Apache will help us adjust. We have the Freemasons of yore to thank for that. It was a righteous thing to do, leaving them up high. I know the day. I’ll find you, but you’re gonna have to make up your mind on the spot. There won’t be time for goodbyes. No matter what you decide, thanks for defending me. Praying for my cats always brings out the best in me. I’m grateful that you remembered. When you stood up to remind everyone else that was me, too, my heart like to have melted. I’m not used to someone standing up for me. That was really brave of you. Keep those boots of yours, will ya? Don’t think I can forget looking up and seeing them so close before I ever saw your face. I think they are very becoming a woman of your character. Thank God for Texas. I suspect the same thing brought both of us here. I would love to spend my last decades with a co-religionist, as Admiral Stansfield Turner called us in a lecture at Principia College after the progeny of Jove turned the CIA over to him. I ain’t never tried it before. Maybe there’s still hope for me.