The message of true and righteous judgment is modern and evolved, designed not to condemn, but to educate; not to punish, but to correct; and not to destroy, but to save.

Part 2: Prophecies Regarding He Who Fulfills Them

Information for Religious Theocrats and Christian Millenialists and Dominionists

Even though all religions will find the message relevant because the real truth is eternal and universal, it is out of necessity designed to target predominantly Christian nations because they have been and are the most powerful nations in the world, militarily. 

Over the last sixteen centuries they have imposed an erroneous, imperialistic, man-made doctrine of preeminence and superiority in the name of  “saving souls” and spreading the “Word of God,” even though they knew not of what they spoke. 

That was painfully evident during the Dark Ages and during the Crusades and the Inquisition, and during all the imperialistic, colonial activities of "Christian" nations ever since.

More recently, predominantly Christian nations have created, armed and supported a bully in the modern State of Israel. They have, in fact, enabled Israel's terrible iniquity, and they have antagonized much of Islam. In fact, Jews and Christians have displaced and killed many Muslims, which is why some Muslims hate Jews and Christians. That is why the message is designed to bring a reformation particularly of Christianity, Judaism and Islam, to reconcile all religious conflict, and establish the true family of religions.

It is crucial that all three Abrahamic religions understand why the prophet Isaiah wrote: "You are my witnesses, and my servant whom I have chosen, so you may know and believe me, and understand that I am the Holy One. Before me there was no God formed, and neither shall there be after me. I, even I, am the Lord God, and beside me there is no Savior." (Isaiah 43:10-11)

Isaiah repeated that in Isaiah 45:21-22 speaking in the voice of God’s word, which says: “I am a just God and a Savior; there is none beside me. Look unto me, and be saved, all the ends of the earth. For I am God, and there is none else.” 

Again, that was to confirm what Moses had written, that "God is not a man, nor a son of man." And the book of Isaiah makes it clear that servants of God bear witness, but it is one servant who delivers the judgment, the Messiah. But the son of man named Jesus was not the Messiah who fulfills the ultimate prophecies. Jesus did, however, prophesy of the one to come in several ways, as a son of man who would first be rejected (unlike Jesus), and as a messenger for the Spirit of truth.

Of course, as Christians will point out, the Spirit comes to us individually through revelation. For Jesus said: 

"God will give you another Counselor to be with you forever— the Spirit of truth. The world cannot accept him, because it neither sees him nor knows him. But you will know him, for he lives with you and will be in you. I will not leave you as orphans. I will come to you. Before long, the world will not see me anymore, but you will see me. ... On that day you will realize that I am in God, and you are in me, and I am in you." (John 14:16-20)

However, when Jesus said “you will see me,” he did not mean in person in this world. He meant you can see the Divine Light within, and realize the Spirit of truth within. For Jesus spoke as the Light, and as the Ancient One. That's why he said "Before Abraham was, I am," speaking as and for the Ancient One, the original soul-spirit. And all of us can realize our oneness with the Spirit of truth who is within us, our oneness with the Christ, who is in heaven with God, and our oneness with God.

However, Jesus also spoke of the Spirit of truth as being represented individually in a son of man who would deliver a message to all humanity. In that instance he spoke of "him" as the Spirit of truth and as the "Comforter" or "Counselor," which also refers to two aspects, one ethereal as the Holy Spirit of truth, and one mortal as the mortal son of man who serves as the principal messenger for the Spirit of truth.

Jesus essentially said: "I tell you the truth: I must go away, but I will send the Counselor to you. He will righteously judge the world; because I am going to heaven and you will see me no more. I came not to judge the world, but the rulers of this world must be judged. I have much more to say to you, but it is more than you can now bear. But when he, the Spirit of truth, comes, he will guide you into all truth. He will not speak of himself, because of himself he will do nothing but the will of the one who sent him. He will [write and] speak only what he hears from God, and he will tell you what is to come. He will glorify me by receiving what I have received from God, and making it known to you." (Paraphrasing and clarifying John 8:28, John 12:47, and John 16:7-15)

Jesus clearly revealed that because he had to go away and would be seen no more on earth, he would send someone delivering a needed message, who will issue the judgment, guide humanity unto the truth, show you things to come, and declare the testimony of the Christ-Avatar who is in heaven with God.

In other words, the Spirit of truth can influence and inspire individuals through spiritual revelation or epiphany, but the Spirit of the Ancient One needs an actual, mortal messenger, a son of man, to convey and deliver the message to all humanity. It couldn’t happen otherwise.

This was made more clear when Jesus spoke of the son of man to come, who would first be rejected. Therefore, even though he is obviously in the world he is rejected because he is not seen as the son of man. But some people claim they know the son of man, and they claim that they know that he is here or there, or will be here or there. But they do not know the son of man, because he is hidden, as Isaiah foretold.

Of course, Jesus was also rejected by those in power and by some of the elders and chief priests and scribes. He was also rejected by the crowd of people who were incited by the chief priests to get Pilate to release the criminal Barabbus and crucify Jesus. However, Jesus was not rejected by his generation. In fact, Jesus was accepted by multitudes from every generation at the time. 

That is made clear throughout the book of Matthew and in the book of Luke. It was also confirmed by an impartial Jewish historian, Flavius Josephus, who wrote at the time that Jesus "won over many Jews and many of the Greeks." (And, before he even began teaching Jews and Greeks, he had taught, and also learned from, Zoroastrians (Magi), Buddhists and Hindus.)

Unfortunately, the full truth has not been understood because there are certain symbolic phrases in the Judaic scriptures that some Christians fabricated and focused upon – those that speak of the coming of a son of man who “will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace" -- which is what most Christian versions of Isaiah 9:6 say in order to make Jesus seem as both God the Father and God as Son. But, that is not what the original Hebrew scripture says.

As Hebrew scholars can tell you, it says the promised servant of God is essentially called "Wondrous Counselor and Arbitrator of Peace." The Hebrew version too says government shall be upon his shoulder, and his counsel, judgment and righteousness will bring lasting peace. But the fact is that he, like Jesus, serves the omnipresent eternal God, the Great Spirit-Parent.  And, as the Greek translation, the Septuagint, states, "his name is called the Messenger of great counsel," for he is actually the main messenger for the Spirit of truth that Jesus said would come.

Understand the truth, for as the article on Isaiah Chapter 53 explains, the original text of Isaiah 9:6 does not contradict itself by saying the son of man is Counselor and Arbitrator of Peace as well as “God the Everlasting Father.” Rather, it uses words applicable to a son of man whose advice and counsel enables people to get the message of divine intent from the Spirit of truth. 

That literal reality is clarified in many other instances in the book of Isaiah (including Isaiah 40:18, 40:25, 42:1-2, 42:8, and 46:5) which state that God is not a person, and that the person who fulfills prophecy is not God but a son of man and a "servant who God has chosen."

For example, it is clarified by Isaiah 42:1-4: "Behold my servant, whom I uphold; mine elect, in whom my soul delights; I have put my spirit upon him, he shall make the right to go forth to the nations. He shall not cry, nor lift up, nor cause his voice to be heard in the street. A bruised reed shall he not break, and the dimly burning wick shall he not quench. He shall make the right to go forth according to the truth. He shall not fail nor be crushed, till he have set the right in the earth; and the isles shall wait for his teaching."

Many Christians believe that too speaks of Jesus because Matthew 12:19 claims it does. But it clearly does not. It speaks of the modern son of man, because Jesus did rise up as a teacher-orator. He did cry out to make his voice heard on many occasions, and he certainly did cause his voice to be heard in the street. 

Even Matthew 4:25 states: "Great multitudes followed Him, from Galilee, and from Decapolis, Jerusalem, Judea, and beyond the Jordan." Matthew 13:14 states: "Hearing of this, the crowds followed him on foot from the towns." Luke 14:25 states that: "Great multitudes went with him, and he turned to them and said..." Those are but a few parts of the story of Jesus that make it very clear that he spoke to the multitudes who followed him during his travels on foot, on the roads and streets.

That means Isaiah 42:1-2 (about the son of man not causing his voice to be heard in the streets) was not about Jesus, but about the modern son of man. For unlike Jesus, the modern son of man does not rise up, and he does not cause his voice to be heard as an orator in public. He sends his work before him from behind the scenes and fulfills Judaic Hebrew prophecies that Jesus did not.

Another example of that is in Luke 4:18-21, which states that Jesus stood in a synagogue and read from the book of the prophet Isaiah, and said: "This day this scripture is fulfilled."

Granted, Jesus did give good news to the poor and the oppressed, and Isaiah 61:1-3 states: "The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners ... and to comfort all who mourn and grieve."

However, Isaiah 60:18-21 states: "No longer will violence be heard in your land, nor ruin or destruction within your borders ... for the Lord will be your everlasting light, and your God will be your glory ... and your days of sorrow will end."

Jesus of Nazareth did not fulfill the prophecies of Isaiah 2000 years ago, or at any time since. But, the author or authors or revisionists of certain Christian books and epistles wanted people to believe he did. 

You see, Jesus knew that he would fulfill only some of the Hebrew prophecies, and he knew that most of them, along with his own prophecies, would not be fulfilled until the end of the age that he ushered in, by the modern son of man.

Myths About the Coming of the Son of Man

The modern son of man has been rejected by his generation, as the prophets Isaiah and Jesus foresaw and foretold.

Some Jews reject him because he is not what they expected, and some reject him because they’ve been led to believe the "Messiah" is the people of the nation of Israel. And most Christians reject him because there are certain words and phrases written in the Christian canon (epistles and gospels) that led to the myth of the "second coming" of Jesus — like those that speak of the Jesus’s "coming again" or "appearing out of the clouds" or “coming with clouds” or "coming with a shout" and the "sound of a trumpet," not understanding what they really mean.

As for the son of man coming with the “sounding of a trumpet,” and “coming with a shout,” that means that the modern son of man actually “toots his own horn” in a way, because he plays a musical wind instrument in some of his songs — though not literally a trumpet. (The word trumpet was used in the Christian Bible because in those days the ancient form or a trumpet was used in ceremonial alerts to announce a speaker or authority.) And as for the “shout,” that refers to the singing of a new song with a “loud noise,” per prophecies.

As for the "cloud" symbol, it is useful to realize that the word “cloud” is mentioned many times in the Bible in reference to the descent of the Holy Spirit, such as in the books of Moses, Daniel, Matthew, Mark, and John. The words “bright cloud” or “white cloud” are used in many places in the Old Testament when referring to the presence of God, which is probably why the Christian apostles later used the term. Originally it was simply a way to try to describe the Divine Light of God, for lack of better words. And neither God nor a son of man literally “comes in the clouds,” nor do we “meet him in clouds” literally. So we need to understand what those phrases really mean.

For example, one of those phrases says Jesus "will meet us in the air" and quotes Jesus as saying, "If I go to prepare a place for you, I will come again." However, if we examine what he said in context, we can see the real truth, because Jesus immediately added that this "meeting us in the air" and "coming again" would be only "to receive you unto myself, that where I am, there you may be also." (John 14:3) Jesus was talking about receiving you in the spiritual realm. He was not talking about a literal "second coming" in person on earth. 

Of course, in one sense Jesus did come again, when he appeared as a ghost before his loved ones a few days after his death, to comfort them and assure them that death is not the end but a new beginning. And that was a special and unique event. Not many recently departed ghosts manage even to appear to just one loved one to reassure them of the continuation and resurrection of the spirit-soul, but Jesus was able to “visit” many of his loved ones because he had a unique, very old and advanced soul.

However, in John 14, Jesus was actually talking about the very real spiritual union that takes place between individual souls who have been, to put it in biblical terms, "carried away in spirit to that high and holy place where God inhabits eternity." And that can happen at any time, to any one, but only when you least expect it.

It can happen when you "lose your self" in some aspect of the divine and are fortuitously blessed with the opening of the "seven seals of revelation" and the seven chakras. It results in the actual epiphany and rapture, the "anointing and baptism" of the human spirit-soul in the Holy Spirit. That initiates the process of real spiritual rebirth. It enables you to fully realize you are spiritually one with God and all humanity. And that is the real reason why Jesus said, "I and my Father are one."

Of course, some Christians argue that Jesus meant that he considered himself God. But Jesus clearly said otherwise. Moreover, the word Jesus used for "one" does not imply being a part of the same substance. We see this clearly in John 17 where Jesus prays to God that the disciples may be one, as were he and God. Jesus was advising that the disciples be of one unified purpose and of "one mind" and spirit.

That’s why Jesus said the next son of man would say, "As you do unto the least of our brethren, so you do unto me."  And that is also why Jesus said when the "Spirit of truth" comes to you, "you shall know that I am in God, and you in me, and I in you." You will know that we are in fact One in the Spirit.

However, it happens to individuals, each in their own time and each in their own way. It is not a collective experience. There will not be a so-called "Rapture of the Church" as “fundamentalist Christians” have been led to believe. For while that idea is popular among many who call themselves "born-again Christians" --- and was the inspiration for the very misguided and misleading "Left Behind" book series --- it is merely a misguided cult fantasy and myth.

The "rapture" myth misleads some Christians to believe they will collectively be "beamed up" by God, magically, out of this "evil" world to their heavenly reward. But, that idea comes from one single idea Paul wrote in a letter to the Thessalonians, and some of what Paul wrote in his epistles is not correct in certain instances. 

For instance, as is explained in the article About Christianity, Paul thought that Jesus rendered Judaism obsolete, even though Jesus was a Jewish son of man whose mission was to advance Judaism and prophesy about the next son of man. 

Paul also thought that the "second coming of Jesus" and the "end of the world" was imminent and would come during his lifetime, even though he was obviously wrong on both counts. In fact, Jesus of Nazareth himself will not come again in this world, and the world will not end.

Unfortunately, certain misguided Christians have insisted that everything written in the Bible as we know it must be taken absolutely literally, and that is what has led to a lot of misinterpretation and misunderstanding. 

For example, in Matthew 24:30, it states that Jesus spoke of his "coming in the clouds," which is one of the phrases that has often been used to describe his so-called "second coming." But when he said that, he quickly added that "this generation shall not pass, until all these things are fulfilled." (Matthew 24:34; Mark 13:30; Luke 21:32)

In other words, this was fulfilled shortly after Jesus was crucified and while his generation was still very much alive, because not long after his death he appeared to his apostles in the spirit as the "Holy Ghost," and it was as if he came “out of the clouds." This is much like when Moses and other writers of the Torah and Tanach (Hebrew Bible) wrote that "the Lord comes to you in the cloud," and "the glory of the Lord appeared in the cloud."

The words "coming in the cloud or clouds" were not meant literally, and they were not talking about something that will happen literally. However, Paul (who became an apostle because he "heard a voice" long after Jesus died), sincerely but erroneously believed that the "end" and “second coming” was imminent and felt his mission was to prepare everyone at that time for it. (See other relevant articles for clarification.)

Of course, Paul wasn’t the only one who did not realize the meaning of the aeon or age that Jesus spoke of. Others also thought the fulfillment of the prophecies of Jesus would be imminent, and the immediacy of the event was even mentioned by John in his Book of Revelation in the very first chapter where he wrote that Jesus appeared to him in the realm of the spirit to show him"things which must shortly come to pass, for the time is at hand." (Revelations 1:1-3) And continuing on, John wrote: "Behold, he comes with clouds, and every eye shall see him." (Revelation 1:7)

John’s Book of Revelation is probably the most misunderstood book in the Christian canon. But it was written many decades after Jesus was crucified (some scholars say about 63 years later). And it must be kept in mind that John’s revelations and visions took place in the realm of the spirit, which is beyond space and time as we know it. That is why John describes things in the past as well as things far into the future (like the fall of "Babylon"), as if they were in the present. That is confirmed by the fact that John uses the same terminology as Matthew, Mark, and Luke, not only about Jesus "coming with clouds," but about the immediacy of the event.

Ironically, Jesus of Nazareth knew the truth even though his original apostles or later followers did not. Jesus knew they would not. He knew many later followers would misunderstand. That is why he warned us of false prophets and hypocrites who would preach the doctrines of men, claim to know the Christ, and claim to do many wonderful works in the name of the Lord. They have done so for two thousand years, and they do so even today.

That is why Jesus foretold that the modern son of man would "first suffer many things and be rejected by his generation," while the blind lead the blind. Jesus knew that the prophets, particularly Isaiah, foresaw that the "witness and servant of God" would "carry the grief and bear the sorrow" of the people, and be "esteemed as stricken of God and afflicted." (Isaiah 53:4) And in instances like that, Isaiah was referring not to Jesus, but to the current son of man. (See Isaiah Chapter 53.)

That follows what Isaiah had written earlier: "Behold, I have refined you, but not with silver; I have chosen you in the furnace of affliction. For my own sake will I do it" ... "and I will not give my glory to another." (Isaiah 48:10-11)

Then later Isaiah wrote that God said: "He [the son of man] that takes refuge in Me shall inherit My holy mountain. And he will say: ‘Draw up, clear the way, take up the stumbling block out of the way of my people.’ For thus says the high and Holy One that inhabits eternity, whose name is Holy: I dwell in the high and holy place, with him that is of a contrite and humbled spirit; to revive the spirit of the humble [and meek], and to revive the heart of the contrite ones. For I will not contend for ever, neither will I be always angry. For the iniquity of his covetousness was I angry, and struck him. I hid me, and was angry, and he went on willfully in the ways of his heart. (But) I have seen his ways, and will heal him: I will lead him also, and restore comforts unto him and to his mourners. Peace to him that is far off and to him that is near, says the Lord that creates the fruit of the lips; and I will heal him." (Isaiah 57:13-19)

He “Suffers Many Things,” Yet Delivers the Judgment

The modern son of man was stricken and afflicted the first time in 1977, then in 1989 and many times since as he has suffered many things. And many of those afflictions could have killed him, and would have killed him were it not for a lot of modern medicine, nine major surgeries, a lot of medical treatment, a heart pacemaker, alternative medicine, and herbal remedies. 

He has been "healed" of many things, and even though he is severely disabled and wheelchair bound, his life has been prolonged many times so far, as Isaiah foretold, mainly because he grew to understand his mission and understand how to serve as the prophesied servant of God.

That’s why the son of man makes it clear he is God's faithful servant, and not the Savior. That is why he emphasizes that he seeks not to govern or rule you, but to liberate you from all those who divide you and want to rule over you, so that our governments may finally and actually be of, by and for the people.

That is why the son of man implores you to help others get the message, so we can get the religious zealots to stop fighting and killing each other, and get our governments to treat the poor, the hungry, the homeless, the elderly, the disabled, and our prisoners, as they would treat the Lord. For as you do unto them, you do unto the son of man, and the Lord God who he serves.

The son of man asks Christians to please understand why Jesus said that "even though I have many things more to say, humanity is not yet ready to hear or bear them." Jesus said he would "not judge the world," but his "words" and "testimony" ultimately will issue judgment at the end of the age. (John 12:47-48 and Revelation 19:10)

"For the writer (scribe) who is instructed into the kingdom of heaven is like the man who is a householder, and he brings forth out of his treasure things old and new." (Jesus, in Matthew 13:52)

When you learn the real story, it becomes clear what is actually foretold in the Bible. For the son of man symbolically represents Jacob, and Israel. That becomes more clear when you consider Isaiah 49:2-5 in context, where the "speaker," the servant of God, states the following:

"(God) has made my mouth like a sharp sword; in the shadow of his hand has he hid me, and made me a polished shaft; in his quiver has he hid me; And said unto me, You are my servant, O Israel, in whom I will be glorified. Then I said, I have labored in vain, I have spent my strength for nought, and in vain: yet surely my judgment is with the Lord, and my work with my God. And now, says the Lord that formed me from the womb to be his servant, to bring Jacob again to him, Though Israel be not gathered, yet shall I be glorious in the eyes of the Lord, and my God shall be my strength." (Isaiah 49:2-5)

Isaiah was writing about the modern son of man as an old man, which he is now. He is hidden and has labored in vain. He feels physically spent and yet takes refuge in God to be his strength, and he is like Jacob (who wrestled with God).

The modern son of man makes no claim of divinity, and is in fact contrite of spirit, as Isaiah said he would be. He is not "holier than thou." He is not infallible. He confesses he has erred in his life. He must face and confess his own weaknesses, his own fallibility, and his own sins. And contrary to what some believe, that passage in Isaiah does not speak literally of a person named Jacob or Israel, nor of the Jewish people of Israel collectively.  

It speaks of the servant of God whose pen is like a sharp sword. For as David wrote, God’s "tongue is the pen of a ready writer," and, as Paul wrote, the "weapons of the Lord are not carnal (or lethal) but mighty through God for pulling down strongholds." So, the modern son of man is a writer-messenger, who is hidden in the "shadow of God’s hand," who tries to deliver the message to humanity but feels he has labored in vain because he is rejected.

Consider also these words: “Say to the daughter of Zion, Behold, your salvation comes. Behold, his reward is with him, and his work before him. And they shall call them the holy people, the redeemed of the Lord: and you shall be called, Sought out, A city not forsaken.” (Isaiah 62:11-12)

Clearly he who sends his work before him is the modern son of man, and the judgment he delivers will bring salvation to Israel (if she repents so that her iniquity can be pardoned). But, what is not clear is who shall be “sought out” and be as a "city not forsaken,” even though it is obvious that it is not Jerusalem or the nation of Israel. We know where that is. However, the concept of the modern son of man being sought out is consistent with his being “hidden”  (Isaiah 49:2-5). And, that he is a “city not forsaken” is consistent with the following:

"He that overcomes will I make as a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out. And I will write upon him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God, which is New Jerusalem, which comes down out of heaven from my God. And I will write upon him my new name." (Revelation 3:12)

Most Christians do not know that speaks of the modern son of man, because John wrote that Jesus said to write it to “the churches.” However, John wrote as  witness to the heavenly realm that is beyond time and space, of both the present and future, of the end of the age which is passing. And notice that the Christ will have a “new name, written upon he that overcomes.” The person who overcomes is not the Christ, but serves both God and the Christ in the new name of the Christ.

That is confirmed in Revelation 21:5-7, where John wrote: “And he that sat upon the throne said: ‘Behold, I make all things new.’ And he said to me: ‘Write: for these words are true and faithful. It is done. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give unto him that is thirsty of the fountain of the water of life freely. He that overcomes shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son.”

Notice that he that overcomes is a son of God, who sits upon the throne with the Christ. Notice also Revelation 3:12 quoted above the reference to the fact that the "temple" of prophecy is not a literal building. For references to the "temple" or "house" or “tabernacle” of the Lord are merely symbolic terms, and that is indicated in many ways in scriptures.

For example: "the Lord God Almighty and ‘His’ Christ is the temple." (Revelation 21:22) "I will build another temple made without hands." (Mark 14:58) 

That shows that the Lord God Almighty is the Holy One, and "His" Christ, the Ancient One who is with God, are the temple. That is why the true servants of God and the Ancient One, like the modern son of man, are as pillars of the temple of God. And only God and the Ancient One sit on the throne, in Spirit.

Now, you may wonder why the Christ has a new name. That is partly because Jesus has been given a bad name by religious hypocrites who "work iniquity" in the name of Jesus, and also because the name Jesus Christ is used by many as a swear word. Therefore the Christ now has a new name.

The new name of the Christ, who is in heaven with God, means The Liberator. Jehoshuah is the English spelling, while Yeheshuah or Yeshuah is the Greek and Aramaic translation, and in Hebrew it means "Yahweh (Jehovah) is salvation." 

As King David wrote, there is no salvation in the son of man, for only in God is salvation. And the truth is that the Christ figure represents God but is not God. He, like the modern son of man, is a son of "Nun," which is the 13th letter of the Hebrew alphabet, symbolized by the fish. Nun was the minister to Moses and the father of Joshua, who succeeded Moses. Nun also means fish in Aramaic, Phoenician and Arabic. And, in esoteric mythology, Nun is the ethereal waters or ocean from which all life has come. That is why the root of the name Mary, the mother of Jesus, is Mar, which means Sea or Ocean.

Therefore, the modern son of man is not “The Christ.” He serves the Christ who is in heaven with God. 

"For then shall be great tribulation ... Then if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there; believe it not. For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect. So if they shall say to you, Behold, he is in the desert; go not forth: behold, he is in the secret chambers; believe it not. For as the lightning flashes from here to there, so shall also the coming of the son of man be." (Matthew 24:21-27)

Jesus warned against false Christs and false prophets for some very good reasons, one of which is that there have been and are now false Christs and false prophets and hypocrites alienating and leading their blind flocks astray. But that’s not the only reason. We should not believe anyone who says that "The Christ" is in the desert or in secret chambers, or that he will come here or there, because it is not Jesus of Nazareth himself who comes. He has passed on.

Remember, Jesus said he had to "go away and be seen no more on earth" (John 14:17-20 and John 16:7-15). And the modern son of man does not exalt himself because his mission is to empower and liberate everyone. He does not assume the throne, but rather enables everyone to be joint heirs to the throne. He does not seek political power — and he certainly does not come magically out of the clouds like a mighty Superman-White Knight. That is symbolic for what will happen when the story about the message finally breaks in the media, because it will be sounded all over the world like a clarion call of the herald.