!!! HIGH ALERT !!!
!!! The end of our Freedom, of our Existence !!!

The mark of beast is a combination of the vaccine and the chips. Anyone takes the vaccine becomes a hybrid, a killing machine, a zombie, so does the chips. Anyone takes the vaccine and the mark of beast will be lost forevermore. The pandemic is about to break out on a full scale. Because of My mercy, I have held it back to let more people to have more time to prepare, but how many have listened? I will not hold back any more. Comparing with the first one, this next one will be so much worse, no country in the world can be spared from it. A large number of souls will fall into the pit of Hell because of this, do not cease praying for the lost, I desire all to be saved, no one to perish. (Source)

THE GREAT GOSPEL OF JOHN
VOLUME 1

Jesus' Precepts and Deeds through His Three Years of Teaching

Second day in Sychar

- Chapter 55 -
At Sychar. The walk through the lovely grove. The old Esau castle. Episode with the lord of the manor, his servants and the Lord. The clever merchant - a friend of Truth, and his dilemma. The Lord as mind-reader. The merchant of poetry. A delicate question.


 
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ut we continue with our journey, arriving after one hour in a clean, shady grove belonging to a wealthy merchant of Sychar. This grove is provided with lots of ornaments, small gardens, brooklets and ponds with all sorts of fish and birds; and at the end of the extensive grove there stands an immense castle with massive, fortified walls. This castle had been built by Esau, and he lived there when Jacob was abroad. It had of course greatly suffered with the vicissitudes of time; but this merchant spent vast sums on it, completely restoring its habitability, frequently dwelling there with all his, own and on this occasion too. Although he was of a charitable disposition and owned many other properties, he was quite fastidious about this one and uneasy when seeing too many people entering it, for he took great pains to cultivate it.
 
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When therefore he espied a large crowd moving through the grove and towards the fortifications, he quickly dispatched his many servants and workers to get us out of the grove, and to also find out what we were on about.
 
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But I said to the workers, 'Go to your lord and tell him, his and your Lord is letting him know that He and those with Him shall stop off for lunch!'
 
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The workers and servants immediately return to their lord with the message. He asks them whether they were able to work out who I was. But the workers and servants replied: 'We have already told you how he said to us that he was your and our lord, why do you ask again?! Seven regally adorned daughters accompany him, and there is a measureless crowd in his train! He could turn out to be a prince of Rome, and it would therefore be advisable to rush to the portals and welcome him with all honours.'
 
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On hearing this the merchant says, 'In that case bring me my best festive clothing at once and let the entire house bedeck themselves to the limit. Because such a prince has to be welcomed illustriously!'
 
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Everything throughout the castle now is a run-to and fro, with all cooks racing to the larder to move masses of edibles into the kitchen, whilst the gardeners are rushing to the large gardens to collect all kinds of precious fruit.
 
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After some time the castle lord comes out, splendidly attired and surrounded by a hundred of his most distinguished servants, bows down nearly to the ground before Me three times, welcomes Me in the name of all, thanking Me for the inestimable grace; for he still is of the persuasion that I am in all earnest a prince of Rome.
 
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But I gaze at him, asking: 'Friend, what do you consider to be the highest station a human being can occupy on earth?'
 
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Replies the wealthy merchant: 'Lord, forgive your most obedient slave, but I was unable to understand your question, of a most lofty wisdom; therefore please come down from your immeasurably exalted wisdom and put the question in a manner comprehensible to my unlimited mental dullness!' (He nevertheless had understood the question quite well, but it was in those times a silly form of courtesy to not understand even the simplest question, where the questioner was one of exalted rank, so as to highlight the wisdom of the high personage.)
 
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But I say unto him: 'Friend, you understood Me quite well, but pretend to not have understood Me, merely on account of the old courtesy rule, which however has already gone out of vogue. Put this old silliness aside therefore and answer My question!'
 
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Replies the merchant: 'Yes, if I may dare to answer your exalted question straight out, then with your permission I deem myself to have understood your exalted question, and my answer therefore would be that I naturally regard the emperor and his office as the highest a human can occupy on earth.'
 
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Say I: 'But friend, why do you contradict yourself so immensely in your own heart against your own dictum, running thus: :Truth is highest and holiest on this earth, and an office-bearer who is a steward of the office of Truth and justice discharges the highest and most exalted office on earth! Behold, this is your maxim! How can you declare as highest the office of an emperor who as commander in chief occupies an office of brute force, which definitely does not always base itself on Truth and justice, thus flatly contradicting your inner convictions?!'
 
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Here the rich merchant is stunned, saying after a while: 'Lord, exalted one! Who gave my adage away to you? I have never expressed it aloud, yet of course I thought it thousands upon thousands of times. Because we are only too well aware that with plain truth the best results are not always achieved and one has to often sacrifice it for political considerations, to escape unscathed among men!
 
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But it seems that in yourself too, exalted princely son, I have detected a great friend of truth and justice, and you may deem it appropriate for me to meet you with cherished truth; because high-ranking lords never want to hear truth [here the merchant comes out with a rhyme to the end of this verse, but the equivalent English words do not rhyme - the translator] and therefore highly regard flattery after which alone they strive, all human rights being nothing to them. Whatever they want they take, preferably by force. Whether the poor complain about injustice, now or in times past, that is all one to the great who bask in high esteem. That's why one has to be political and talk with them refinedly, otherwise prison and galley follow, multiplying mankind's torment and pain.'
 
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Say I: 'You have spoken well and truly! In this case I am of similar opinion; but now tell Me for who you actually take Me!?'
 
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Says the merchant: 'Lord! This is a ticklish question. If I say too much I shall obviously be laughed at; but if I say too little I end up in the can! Hence it shall be better to let the question go begging than, for answering it, to while away one's time with torture and pain in jail.'
 
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Say I: 'But if I give you the assurance that you needn't fear either, then you shall surely be able to answer?! Therefore say it straight out as to who you think I am!
 
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Replies the merchant: 'A prince of Rome, - since speak I must!'
 
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Says Jonael behind Me: :This might be far too little! You'll just have to guess higher; the prince won't do!'
 
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The merchant is startled and says, 'In the end, could it be the emperor himself?!'
 
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Says Jonael: 'Still far too little; hence guess a little higher!'
 
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Says the merchant: 'This I shall leave alone well and truly, because there is nothing higher than an emperor of Rome!'
 
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Says Jonael: 'And yet there is! Verily, something much higher; just think and say it straight out! Because I see into your heart, and this allocates the lowest place to the emperor of Rome; why do you speak differently from what you think and feel in your heart? Therefore speak the truth!'