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Homer Man and PeaceTitle: Homer MAN AND PEACE (2nd Edition)

Translation: John Alexander

ISBN: 978-960-85400-2-6

Pages: 330

Price: 17,00€

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  • Sample Text 2

A brief description of the book: Homer MAN AND PEACE

…With the sweetness and clarity of his word, Homer – this great “paternal” figure of the ancient Greek times – transmits, posthumously, wisdom from the Heavenly Kingdom.

The so-called “Gospel of Heaven” is a spiritual heritage to all humanity. In its 201 teachings, this work touches on various subjects, all necessary for the evolution of both the soul and the spirit of each entity…

As a pure spiritual work, it gives concrete pictures of what is the Spiritual World,… clear answers – for the first time – on the higher purpose of our earthly incarnation,… directions and clarifications on the sacred duties of man to the Spiritual Kingdom of Heaven, thus preparing us accordingly for our future Heavenly life…

Homer steps in to explain misunderstood points, from antiquity as well as in modern times,… while he fully clarifies issues, for which even science is unable to reach the Truth

Some content’s of the book: Homer MAN AND PEACE

  • Who is Man
  • Angels and Archangels
  • Why God first created the Worlds and finally Man
  • The purification of the spirit and the Creative Word
  • Black Magic and its consequences
  • White Magic misleads Innocence
  • The mirror of earthly life is Heaven
  • How human happiness is attained
  • Heavenly light and Earthly light
  • How God created Darkness out of Light
  • The importance of Moderation
  • The meaning of prayer and its results
  • When the Beings who are recalled communicate
  • The mission of Beings from other Stations to the Earth
  • The souls of animals, insects and plants
  • The two sacred professions
  • The life-giving sun of your being is hope
  • Telepathic bonding between twins
  • Respect gold for its purity not for its earthly value
  • The Aurora Borealis as an infallible Meteorological Centre

Sample text 1 of the book: Homer MAN AND PEACE

TEACHING 1st – Who is Man?

Blessed be your Name, Lord, for ever and ever.

Who is man?

This molecule of the universe is a material entity indissolubly uniting both soul and spirit. That is to say, two thirds of it are Heavenly and one third is Earthly. As you can observe, the Heavenly is predominant. This means that man has some kind of mission on Earth which will enable him to arrive more perfected in Heaven.

Why does the earthly third of his being, that is, his body, prevail over the other two thirds?

Because the soul and matter are counterbalanced. The spirit inclines more heavily at one side or the other. If the spirit possesses pure enlightenment it will incline towards the soul. If not, it will incline towards the body. If it is unsure and inclines at times towards the one and at times towards the other, then it is not stable in any one direction and, during one of its inclinations towards the body, it may commit an evil act.

The vacillations of the spirit take place when the soul has not the strength to bring it under subjection permanently. Why is there this difference in psychic strength between one being and another?

This is the mystery which man cannot explain. Not because he is lacking in resources, but because he goes forward in darkness without illumination. If he were illuminated by the True Light he would understand much which today eludes him.

Maybe the Lord was unfair towards souls, giving psychic strength to some and weakness to others. “Something like that must have happened” say the experts. This is my answer to them:

God, my dear people, was unjust to no-one. When they were created all had the same strength. But why is one person’s strength greater than anothers’? Because strength is a talent; whoever cultivates it is successful, and whoever believes it is unnecessary to cultivate it, remains weak.

“Why” you will ask, “didn’t all souls cultivate their talents?”

Because they did not know that they would come and be incarnated on Earth, which was unknown to them.

In Heaven all enjoyed their freedom whether or not they cultivated their talents. And when they were incarnated only a few possessed strength. The rest were subject to their spirit, which, having no link with Divinity, possessed neither reason nor judgment.

Reason and judgment were developed in the human being over thousands of years by experience, struggle, toil and suffering. Still man was not able to say that he was a possessor of knowledge, for knowledge is something indeterminate when we do not know how to make use of it as befits a man who possesses it.

Man, therefore, is a being composed of soul and spirit, who is incarnated in order to cultivate both his soul and his spirit.

There exist beings who have great psychic strength, who never came to your Earth and never will. They are the Archangels of the Lord, of the Uncreated, of the Father of all, of the Creator, of Whom we shall speak in another chapter.

Therefore there exist in the Heavenly Kingdom beings who have never seen your World with earthly eyes. One of these beings was the incarnated Lord, the only one who came down from Heaven knowing all that would take place. Yet He came three times in order to possess the Scepters of Heaven. The other Beings could not have achieved what the Lord achieved.

He prepared the ground, at a time when there was no belief in God. His task was difficult: nobody understood what He was saying and considered him insane! He suffered much. The second time He preached like a prophet: a voice in the wilderness!

The third time He knew the method of His Teaching and did not come to be crucified, but to consolidate the Religion of the One True God.

This is the point in time when the ancient spirit of the Greeks and that of the Christians work together. Reason and spirit produced their first fruits for the Divinity, for those produced prior to Monotheism were imperfect. The Lord corrected the imperfectness so as not to abolish them as inaccurate communications between the Divine Power and the Prophets.

If Mankind realised what it owes to its Great Reformer and Saviour, it would change and become devout. But I have already explained why the strength of his being has impeded man.

Man, this unknown mystery within man! That is what I am going to explain first.

Sample text 2 of the book: Homer MAN AND PEACE

TEACHING 54th – The mirror of the Earth

By the mirror of the Earth I mean the human being. Man can see and know all things on your Earth through his fellow-men.

Every human being is a portion or fragment of the larger mirror of society: each fragment of the mirror reflects a part of human nature. If you want to observe yourself, consider the various parts of the mirror of society and then, calmly and with good will, look for the points which correspond to your being. Such a quest is difficult because your personal egoism prevents you from admitting that you have faults.

It is impossible for man to put into practice the maxim “know thyself”. In examining himself he will never find fault. Thus, when he discovers faults in others he should say to himself: “Hidden within yourself, and to an unknown degree, you possess the faults of your brothers, which you should eradicate before they destroy your good will”. He who seeks finds and he who explores discovers, just as the wise and prudent man corrects his errors.

Never find fault with you brother, unless you are already sure that you are even more guilty of the same thing. It is easy for man to discover the mote in the eye of his brother, yet, being blind, he cannot see the beam in his own eye. Always try to keep your knowledge clean with a pure soul and a lucid spirit. Over a period of time the dust of evil creates blemishes and later on corrosion.

You can see the reflection of yourself in others. Try, therefore, to impart to your brothers the good opinion you have about yourself. Pay more attention to the study of the mirror of the Earth, so as to broaden your spirit and cleanse it of society’s corrosion. Do not get angry when you see somebody else’s faults; on the contrary, you should be glad, for in them you have discovered your own faults. As a mirror helps you to appear presentable in society, so the mirror should be a good guide for your spirit and a bright lighthouse for your sacred duties.

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