The system as we know it was set up this way to fail. Nothing happens just by chance. There has been a plan since time began to apply the fire and bend your consciousness into shape.â€ The Earth is not for the pleasure of man, but is a place of instruction for his Soul. A man more readily feels the stirrings of his Spirit in the face of disaster than in the lap of luxury. The tuition of the Soul is a long and arduous course of instruction and training".(The Kolbrin Bible)
Awaken or go back to sleep. It’s your freewill choice. There is no devil. There is no personal God. There is just the creation and the universe that forces all things to evolve its consciousness. God is part of you, and you are part of God. Do unto others as you would have done to yourself. Sow your seeds and they will return fruit in kind. That is the law of the universe, and you will learn, by your trials and errors. Religion is a cage for your mind, a miss direction for those who crave answers. Follow your heart. Your intent is all that will matter in the end. You are an eternal fractal of God. Those that experience the trauma of life on this planet are learning lessons that will hold them in good stead for forthcoming incarnations. Comprehend it, or disregard this message. Whatever your choice, it is the right one for you at this time. I ask you to consider the exerpt from the Kolbrin Bible below. What say ye?
“Now, the Children of God were moulded by the Hand of God which is called Awen, and it manifested according
to their desires. For all things which have life are moulded by Awen. The fox, shivering in the coldlands, longs
for warmth and so its cubs have warmer coats. The owl, clumsy in the dark, longs to see its prey more clearly,
and in generations of longing the desire is granted. Awen makes everything what it is, for all things change
under its law.
Men, too, are moulded by their desires, but unlike the beasts and birds their yearnings are circumscribed by the
laws of fate and destiny and the law of sowing and reaping. These, the desires, modified by the laws, are called
Enidvadew. Unlike the beasts and birds, this, in man, is something relating to him rather than to his offspring,
though they are not untouched by it.
Destiny may be likened to a man who must travel to a distant city whether or not he wishes to make the journey,
the destination being his destiny. He may choose whether to go by way of a river or by way of a plain; whether
across mountains or through forests, on foot or horseback, slow or fast, and whatever befalls because of this
decision is fate. If a tree falls on him because he chose the forest path, it was fated, for luck is an element of fate.
Destiny leaves no choice, fate gives limited choice which may be good or bad, but it cannot be averted. What is
fated must be, for at no point can there be any turning back.
The circumstances, Enidvadew, of the traveler conform to the law of sowing and reaping; he may travel in
comfort or pain, happily or sorrowfully, with strength or weakness, heavily burdened or lightly burdened, well
prepared or ill prepared. When the destination is set according to the degrees of a former life, then the
circumstances of the journey should conform with the desire. For what use is it desiring a great destination when
the law of sowing and reaping decrees that an intolerable burden must be carried on the way? Far better to have
lesser aspirations. The decrees of fate are many, the decrees of destiny are few.”