91. And It Came To Pass

At the time of the Pharaohs, injustice was rampant in the land of Egypt. Immorality and crime were triumphant. The bondage of the Israelites was grievous to bear and their sufferings had reached a climax.

It was at that time that Abdruschin descended to this earth. This was the first step the Light made to save souls, who were craving for the Light, here below.

The tribulation the Jews had experienced was so severe that it had greatly purified and refined their souls. The hardships of the captivity that they had brought on themselves, had awakened their finer intuition so that they alone, of all the peoples of that day, were sensitive to the vibrations that came down from on high. These vibrations exist and have always existed, but no one troubled to notice them. It was not till the Jews had, after a long period of distress, been humbled and broken, and made to quake, that the finer cosmic vibrations could make any impression on them. Then, gradually, the wish arose to be near God, and this wish intensified till it became their fervent, their constant entreaty.

This cry for help, this longing, did not fail to call down reaction as a response from above. As long as these men's thoughts and interests had been centred on mundane things alone, reaction could not bring them anything of a different nature; but when at last they lifted their eyes up in all earnestness and humility, the Light poured down into their souls with ever greater power. The cry of the afflicted was heard: their deliverer came.

He came in fulfilment of the Divine Will of God from which he had proceeded. Wherever injustice had the upper hand, Abdruschin's presence called forth opposition and aggression as a matter of course; but, wherever justice was upheld and practised, and formed part of a man's life, his coming brought peace and joy. This must be so and cannot be otherwise, for Abdruschin bore in himself the living Will of God from which the laws governing Creation proceed. He is the Will of God incarnated in man, and thus his coming and his presence alone bring about the fulfilment, the discharge of these laws.

The result of the fulfilment of these laws will exactly correspond to the end of the line or course which man has voluntarily adopted, whether as individual or as a whole nation. If this course tends downwards to Darkness, it will end in terror and consternation; if it tends upwards to the Light, in joy and happiness. But while human souls are under the impression that they have time, nay much time, to consider before coming to a last and final decision, for is not, they ask, the road to this distant end a very long one, Abdruschin is in their midst — part of the living Will of God!

Thus of their own accord, without interval, without transition, all these roads have arrived at their end! Abdruschin's radiating, magnetic power compels, summons or provokes the
end. The human soul can no longer pursue its accustomed course as heretofore. The fruit of what it sowed must be harvested now without delay. All its deeds will be summoned before the High Tribunal; its work will prosper and thrive if it is in harmony with God's Will, or fail and break down if in discord with it.

This applies to all a man's undertakings whatever they may be; whether they concern his family relations, his marriage or his vocation, be it in trade, manufacture, commerce, agriculture, or in a government office. Here nothing can be delayed, diverted, veiled or hidden; man must unconditionally submit without resistance to whatever true justice decrees, even if the sentence passed on him does not always coincide with his own opinions. The Will of God in its human form is like an electric current, wherever it touches, living sparks dart out.

The presence of the Will of God compels the settlement of the Great Reckoning. All hurry to learn their fate, for this is the last settlement. Thus wherever the Son of Man goes, he is
Retributive Justice personified, although he need not sit in judgment personally. By virtue of his origin he is the master- key to the final settlement of all happenings. He may be compared to a sword standing upright but motionless in the road; all men must pass, and everybody and everything must decide on which side it will do so. They separate of themselves because of the sword standing in their way!

As the injustice, the wrongs done by the Egyptians to the Jews in those days, cried aloud to the Light, Abdruschin as a precursor of Christ went down to administer justice, retributive justice, on the Egyptians, and to liberate the Jews who, being purified by their great afflictions, were now the most mature nation, and, therefore, the best fitted to receive a Son of God in their midst, when His time should come. And God's Envoy came to earth to execute His Will in the person of a Prince of the mightiest of Egypt's neighbours and his name was
Abdruschin, which means Son of the Holy Spirit. He often went in and out of Pharaoh's palace, and his Coming alone sufficed to call forth the activity of the eternal laws, against which the Egyptians had so grievously sinned. Only thus could Moses proclaim the plagues of which we read, and they did not delay to break out.

Abdruschin, being a portion of the Will of God, descending to mete out justice on earth, was equipped with the power of the great laws which could now operate in gross physical matter. Thus the Egyptians were hard hit and rigorously punished for their injustice and immorality. The Jews were now set free and at liberty to pursue their own further advancement, for it was their great privilege to be
called to receive the Son of God in their midst.

This was the beginning of a ring of mighty events which was to close with Abdruschin's return to earth. Hereby wonderful possibilities were offered to man to rise spiritually.

At that time Abdruschin also subjugated a powerful and highly cultured people of Indian origin, among whom there was a great seer, to whom, under Abdruschin's inspiring influence, mighty revelations were made. Had he made known these revelations, as it was his duty to do, they would have assisted man's spiritual advance, making it easier and quicker. But, instead of doing so, he retired into himself, shut himself off from his fellowmen and exploited the exceptional knowledge he had acquired for his own exclusive use. It is what many do at the present day. Having acquired some exceptional and special knowledge, they retire into themselves and, if possible, cut themselves adrift from all the world, fearing to be ridiculed or misunderstood. Another motive that often impels them to act thus, is that they want to enjoy their knowledge alone and to revel in it. This is wrong; he who is gifted with greater knowledge than the average man, should pass it on to help others, for to him also it was
given — of himself he could not have acquired it. This is specially the case with revelation. They lay an obligation on the receiver. What is trumpeted out into the world by minor seers is not only useless but harmful, for it discredits the words of those who are really enlightened, for then, all seers are measured by the same measure and rejected as valueless.

For this reason, many of the really enlightened, who might otherwise speak, remain silent, and thus it was with the great seer of that day: he failed to fulfil his allotted task. He was present when the physical body that Abdruschin had worn was laid in its grave. Then he was mightily moved. The highest inspiration came to him, and he engraved on a large stone in the vault the history of all that had happened, beginning with Abdruschin's origin. It tells of his mission, of his wanderings on earth up to the time of His reunion with Divinity, and also of His final task. The inscription on the stone describes the happenings at the time of the end. On this gravestone, which is still invisible to the curious, is also graven the same sign or mark that is on the stone that covers the remains of the body of the Son of God, when He was on earth. The disclosure of these facts to human beings is reserved for the hour in which what has been foretold will come to pass. The time is not far distant. —

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The ring began to vibrate, to swing, as evolution proceeded. The crowning moment came when the Son of God descended to earth to save mankind and all Creation; but men rejected this their salvation. Life had become easy to them, and with prosperity came spiritual indolence which dulled all their finer feeling. Then pride became dominant in man, and it flourished like a hedge of brambles choking his soul and cutting it off from the vibrations from the Light above. Thus the Message in this prejudiced and narrow-minded generation found but little response. The great Light-bearer was irksome to them and they murdered Him.

It was at this time that the great Indian seer who had lived on earth at the time of Abdruschin and who had then failed in his appointed task, was given another chance to make good his former remissness. A merciful providence granted that he should reincarnate as Kaspar, one of the three Kings from the East (the Magi) who had seen the Star and set out to seek for the Child. Here he had the opportunity of wiping out the Karma with which he had burdened himself through keeping silent at the time of Abdruschin, for it was clear that Abdruschin's Mission was intimately connected with the Mission of the Son of God. This time again he failed together with the two other Kings. Their task did not solely consist in going to Bethlehem and bringing presents to the Child on that one occasion and then taking their departure. They had been chosen and destined to stand at His side always (in that they had recognised Him) to lighten and ease His whole life on earth, in all purely mundane things, with their power and with their wealth. It had been decided prenatally that they should incarnate under these circumstances for this purpose alone, and should be gifted with clairvoyance to help them to fulfil the task for which they themselves had begged. They failed, and among them was one who had failed for the second time.

The sublime Message of Truth brought by the Son of God was not properly understood, and, as time went on, spiritual leaders mutilated it more and more, often misconstruing it altogether, so that it lost its pure lustre, and darkness again got the upper hand. It dominated man and reigned in every land.

But unaffected and unhindered, link was added to link in the long chain of events; the ring neared its completion and with it the hour approached when the Incarnate Will of God was to return to earth to close it. When the last link is joined to the first, the Great Reckoning will take place, the last settlement of all things, the Cosmic Turning Point of the world !

This turning point is urgently needed if the general destruction to which man's madness was hurrying the world, was to be prevented. Thus, Abdruschin came to earth once more to close the circle of events. He will clear up the misinterpretations and dispel the confusion existing in men's minds with regard to the spiritual laws, forcing them to operate in physical matter. His Coming will then be the fulfilment of what has been foretold for thousands of years:

“The Day of Judgment !”

Patiently he has waited and looked on at the wrong methods adopted by men, at their errors, from the effect of which He often had to suffer in his own person. He had called forth strife wherever proceedings were in opposition to God's Will. He waited till God should call him to begin. The Powers of Darkness had intruded into every branch of man's activity, and in most cases he had to suffer and to fight as long as he was held back and not allowed to make use of his power. The strong rays that emanated from him were heavily veiled lest they should act too soon and bring about results which belonged to the time of the end, the Great Reckoning. Not till the hour of the Cosmic Turning Point had struck, was it ordained that one veil after another should fall away.

Still, even before that hour he was able once again to proclaim the undimmed Truth as the Son of God had taught it, so that the serious seeker for the Light should have the chance of saving himself when the Winnowing comes. Those who are honest and not seeking mundane advantages under the pretext of aspiring to spiritual heights, will find their salvation in this Word of Truth. It is not for the others. They will remain blind and deaf to its teachings; this will be how reciprocal action affects them. They have not shown themselves worthy to be saved. For in the ethereal world, after their death on earth they will also be blind and deaf, though they must live.

And now again as
Abdruschin (the name he bore when the ring of events began to form and which now must close with the Cosmic Turning Point), he has brought mankind the Divine Word of Truth. The Word is for those who will outlive the Great Winnowing, for they have been able to perceive the Truth in time.

This is but a cursory outline to make a future survey easier. Right understanding will come after the Great Winnowing has taken place and eliminated the false and confusing elements. Then the way will be clear for the others to ascend, to grow and to thrive.

Suddenly the appointed hour of fulfilment was at hand! The Cosmic Turning Point had come apparently without notice or warning as it was the case in Egypt at that time. Only those intimately concerned knew of it, whereas the others were fast asleep. Great things were in preparation, and Abdruschin entered into office after His long noviciate in the world.

As it has already been explained, He does not come to judge men, His presence alone, being personified Judgment, suffices to compel self-judgment. Man's work also will receive its just punishment or its merited reward though He remains impassive. The natural laws remain unaltered and do not let themselves be constrained; what is corrupt and unsound cannot bear good fruit because of His presence. Those who lead a life of hypocritical self-deception, as so many do, can expect no advantage from His being among them, but will surely come to grief, when inevitable, unerring reaction sets in. Vain and utterly devoid of self-knowledge, these persons will, of course, not see that their misfortunes are the natural result of their own inner life, but will insist on ascribing them to Abdruschin, whom they consequently attack, abuse and malign. This often grieved and saddened him during the first part of his life on earth. But then He brought judgment to Creation!

His name is King Imanuel for the universe in general, and Parzival for the pure beings in the spiritual world, and finally the Son of Man for gross matter on this earth: three in one and all three in activity at the same time — a Divine mystery, a potentiality or condition, that even matured human spirits cannot understand, but which to a certain degree is shared by the pure beings of the spiritual world, for they also can work on earth and do their service in the Castle of the Holy Grail at the same time.

When the great Cosmic Turning Point arrived, the obstructing veils fell from Abdruschin, and his dominating influence grew to an indescribably mighty power. He can now send forth this executive power in whichever direction God's Will points, to destroy all that is corrupt and prevent what is healthy from being contaminated and from being obstructed on its upward journey.

Thus at last the longed-for Kingdom of God on earth will be established: the Millennium promised to the righteous. It will be forced upon man with the Divine power which is given to the Envoy of God to fulfil the promise!

Once more the Indian seer, later King Kaspar, of the magi from the East, had the opportunity to atone for his two failures This last chance accorded him was to join in the work of the
Time of the End, not in the flesh this time, but spiritually.

And now all that had been foretold came to pass, not a single detail was omitted. The fulfilment proceeds unhindered in accordance with God's Holy Will. The Ring slowly begins to close.

Now the Divine part of the Son of Man is about to enter his physical body: Abdruschin–Parzival. This triune is Imanuel, whose coming was promised to mankind, and was foretold by Isaiah, the Prophet. That man should attempt to make the promise of the coming of Imanuel, the Son of Man, and the promise of the coming of Jesus, the Son of God, both refer to one and the same person, shows the fatuity of the human understanding. They fail to grasp the meaning of the simplest and clearest of Bible passages. If the mistake were possible, and it was found convenient to take the terms Son of God and Son of Man to mean one and the same person, because it puzzled some, and the orthodox had not the courage to entertain the thought of two persons, then surely the thought must have struck them that two quite different names must apply to two separate persons. Happy are all those who have been able to recognise the truth in the last hour!