Lectionary Readings for Friday, March 13th, 2020

Lectionary Readings for Friday, March 13th, 2020

Book of Fragapatti Chapter 23, Chapter 24

Chapter 23

1. Fragapatti had previously visited Hapacha, but told not who he was, save that he was
God of Lunitzi, in etherea; consequently, Hapacha, now knowing that Fragapatti was
coming, mistrusted not that it was the same person, but expected to see one coming in
great pomp and glory. For he had heard of the wonders Fragapatti had already
accomplished in the eastern heavens, particularly the breaking up of the hells of Aoasu
and the deliverance of the tortured inmates.

2. Thus came Fragapatti to Ipseogee in his avalanza, displaying neither lights nor curtains;
coming with the receiving hosts within his vessel, anchoring near the throne of Hapacha.

3. Presently Fragapatti came down out of the ship, Yaton’te and Hoab with him,
also the marshals, who were on the left, the receiving hosts being on the right.
Hapacha’s en’enaurs struck up, P
the hosts of the avalanza joined in singing, and with trumpets and harps and
triangles, knowing the symbols of their kingdom, and great was the glory of their music.

4. When Fragapatti approached the throne, the music ceased. Hapacha said: Who cometh
here? and he made the ancient sign of Jehovih’s name. Fragapatti said: A Faithist in
Jehovih; and he gave the countersign. Whereupon, Hapacha said: In His name, welcome
brother, and welcome to thy hosts also. May His love and wisdom be manifested in me
and my people during your sojourn with us.

5. Fragapatti said: Jehovih is All Wise. He fashioneth some men as suns, and out of their
souls the light extendeth into the far-off spheres. Coursing these vast fields at certain
times and seasons, He sendeth swift messengers from His most exalted heavens. And
these messengers, passing through both light and darkness, with their great wisdom, scan
the distant kingdoms where mortals and angels dwell, and quickly catch from the
guardian hosts, and from the scenes around, the brightest, best stars, and carry the record
to the reigning Gods above. And when these Gods descend to the regions and places of
these immortal gems, they go visit them.

6. Even so, O Hapacha, standeth thy record in the higher heavens. And when the Father
called me to visit the red star and her heavens, I looked over Jehovih’s messengers’
reports, where was set thy name, radiant with love and fire. So to thee I made haste and
came, unknown, because as yet unproved in these heavens; and thy much worth, and the
amity of thy hosts, won my love. I told thee thou shouldst hear from me soon, and so thou
hast. Behold, Fragapatti is before thee!

7. Hapacha said: Blessed, O Jehovih! Come thou, O Fragapatti, and honor my throne, in
the name of the Father! And come thou also, O Yaton’te, and thou, O Hoab! And they
went up and sat on the throne, and Fragapatti sat in the midst.

8. Again the es’enaurs sang and played, and during the singing the light of the
upper kingdoms began to envelop the throne. Then spake Fragapatti, explaining:

9. Hear me, O all ye people, and be ye attentive to my words:

10. Because ye have been faithful from the first, ye are become the light of the earth, and
of this heaven, and inasmuch as ye have maintained your altar and times of sacrifice,
there have been maintained in the upper heavens altars and sacrifices in conjunction with

11. Whereby ye have been blessed in hearing the Voice in all the darkness through which
the earth and her heavens have passed.

12. As the Father hath given voice betwixt mother and child, though they be distant from
each other, so, in like manner, do Jehovih’s kingdoms, which are in sympathy in
righteousness and love.

13. As ye behold the light gathering about this throne, think not that I bring the light, nor
that it is sent to me in person. There is a cord betwixt me and my etherean kingdoms, and
I am one end thereof; the other end is the throne in etherea. When I sit in the midst of this
throne, behold, it is also illuminated by the higher heavens.

14. Think not that my heavens are the highest of all, for such, the All Highest, can never
be attained. Nevertheless, my heavens are connected as with a cord to them above me,
and they to others still above, and so on forever, upward, upward! The All Highest
conceived of, is called Jehovih; and no matter how long it descendeth, still the Voice is
His Voice.

15. That ye may hear Jehovih’s Voice, I will now set my sun above the throne.

16. Fragapatti ceased, and a light most brilliant, in the figure of the sun, settled above his
head back of the throne. Many could not look upon it because of its brightness. Presently
Jehovih spake out of the Light, saying:

17. Rejoice, O Hapacha, in the name of thy Creator! Sing thy songs of delight, and let thy
people hold up their heads. Behold, I have watched over thee and thy hosts; in My
promises have ye fulfilled the dawn of My Light!

18. Three thousand years are as one day in My sight. Yesterday I said: Sit ye here, stand
ye there, for to-morrow I come again. And this was my commandment for thousands, and
tens of thousands of years.

19. But others remembered Me not; in the night they went down, as a child that falleth
asleep. And when I came on the morrow, behold, they had not awakened. But I roused
them up, and showed them My great Light.

20. Again I said to them: Three thousand years are as one day in My sight. Sit ye here,
stand ye there, and remember Me. To-morrow I come again. But lo, they went down in
sleep; they remembered not Me, their Creator.

21. But thou, O Hapacha, hast maintained the watch all night long. Thou art the first
of Gods who hath kept this kingdom whole from dawn to dawn. Thou art the first
of Gods who hath kept My kingdom safe in the lower heavens till the morrow came.

22. Now have I come to thee to deliver thee and thy kingdom to Haraiti, whither thou
shalt tarry till the close of dawn, when My Sons and Daughters shall bear thee upward to
My emancipated worlds; and thy hosts shall go with thee.

23. The Voice ceased. Then spake Fragapatti, saying: For three days will I tarry here; two
days shalt thou have of recreation, but on the third day thou shalt appoint thy successor,
and I will then again speak before thee and thy people.

24. Hapacha then proclaimed two days of recreation, and the hosts mingled freely
together, those of the avalanza coming out and rejoicing with the Ipseogee’ans, and great
was the glory of those two days.

Chapter 24

1. Hoab rejoiced not; and he alone of all the people assembled, was burdened in soul.
He said: Jehovih! Thou hast rebuked me, and I am cast down. Thou hast shown me
Thy Son Hapacha, one of Thy Gods in the lowest of heavens. And Hapacha, Thy
Son, hath maintained his kingdom unto Thee till this dawn of light hath come.

2. Yet Thou gavest into my keeping a kingdom far higher than this, even Zeredho;
and I went down, as a child that falleth asleep. My kingdom forgot Thee;
my people ceased to sing songs unto Thy name. We buried ourselves in darkness.

3. And Thou hast chosen me to be the next succeeding God of earth and her heavens!
How shall I fulfill Thy commandments? How shall I know the way to choose Gods and
Lords under me who will be steadfast and zealous?

4. As he thus communed with Jehovih, Fragapatti said unto him: Through faith are all
things accomplished; without faith, all things are uncertain. He who saith: I know Jehovih
liveth and reigneth, hath said wisely. But he who saith: I go forth in Thee, O Jehovih, for I
know Thou wilt accomplish, hath said much more. For his words maintain the power of
the Father in him.

5. When the morning of the third day had come, Hapacha called the hosts from recreation
to labor; and the es’enaurs chanted a hymn of rejoicing; and, after that, Hapacha said:

6. To Thee, O Jehovih, are all things committed, even as from Thee they came forth. Thy
Voice is ever upon all men, but they hear Thee not. Thine eye is observant of all men, but
they believe it not. To teach men these simple things, is to make Gods of them. To open
up their understanding, to find Thee, to know Thee, and to realize Thy Ever Presence, to
become one with Thee, this is the labor with Thy Gods, and Thy Lords, and Thy holy

7. In Thy name have I raised up one who is to succeed me in this, Thy kingdom. From
Thy Light shall Thy Orian Chief weave a crown for him. With mine own hands will I
crown him unto Thee and Thy kingdom.

8. The marshals now brought forward, Penoto, of Caracas, highly learned in
discipline, and he stood before the throne of God. Thereupon Fragapatti rose up, saying:

9. Without a key-note a number of instruments cannot be attuned to harmony. Without
a faith in an All Highest Person, neither angels nor mortals can live in harmony.

10. Individuals may be strong, but many in concerted action comprise the Father’s

11. Neither angels nor mortals can assimilate of themselves; but all can assimilate with
the Father, every one perfecting himself differently. Such persons are then assimilated to
one another.

12. Whoever serveth his own conception of the All Highest, making himself a servant
thereto, is on the right road; and, in the plan of the universe, will drift into an association
adapted to himself.

13. Many such, becoming a unit, are powerful over the elements surrounding them.
Disbelief in an All Highest Person is caused by weakness of spirit, resulting from disease
or from pre-natal sin, or by laudation of one’s own self. Such persons cannot harmonize,
because each one is his own self-esteemed all highest. They are without power,
without unison and without sacrifice, accomplishing little good in heaven or on earth.

14. Think not that darkness belongeth only to the earth and the lowest heavens; there are
those, who rise to the second resurrection, and then fall into unbelief, and then fall to the
first resurrection, and afterward become wandering spirits. And some of them even fall
into hell, which is belief in evil and destruction being good; and yet others become drujas,
engrossed in the affairs of mortals, and in lust, teaching re-incarnation; and they finally
become fetals and vampires on mortals.

15. Whoever hath attained to the height of his own ideal, is on the precipice of hell; but
he who, finding the God of his forefathers too small for himself, and so, inventeth one
much higher, is a great benefactor. A fool can ridicule the ancient Person; his delight is to
pull down; but a wise man furnisheth a greater Great Person. To pull down the All
Person, is to pull down His people.

16. To try to make a non-appreciable Person out of Jehovih is to make one’s self the
opposite of a creator. To learn to create, to invent, to cast one’s spirit forth with power to
congregate and make, is to go on the right road.

17. To learn to pull down, to scatter, to annul, to disintegrate, to set things apart from one
another, to find evil instead of good, to find folly instead of wisdom, to expose the
ignorance of others instead of finding wisdom in them; even all these follow after the first
inception of disbelief in the All Person.

18. And since, from disintegration of the compact betwixt the Creator and His children,
the cord of communication is cut off with the exalted kingdoms in etherea, they have
indeed double grounds for disbelief; nor can they comprehend how others can be
believers in an All Person, much less have Faith in Him.

19. And the same rule applieth to communities and to kingdoms as to individuals, in
regard to the fall consequent in unbelief in an All Person. For a community becometh
One Person; a kingdom in etherea becometh One Person; a kingdom in the lower heavens
becometh One Person; a kingdom on earth becometh One Person; each and every
kingdom being a single figure-head of many parts, which is the perfection of each and
every individual.

20. Hence, as a single individual can cut himself off from the Father, so can a community,
or a kingdom, and so go down to destruction.

21. The strongest, best man in the community is he who laboreth most to perfect the unit,
that is, the Person of the community; the strongest man in the kingdom is he who laboreth
most to perfect the Person of the kingdom; the strongest man in heaven is he who
laboreth most to perfect the All Person of heaven.

22. The weakest of men is the opposite of these; he laboreth to show there is no All
Person in anything; verily, he is already falling away from the Father. Yea, he accuseth
himself, for he saith: I neither see nor hear an All Person, nor believe I in one.

23. It is a wise man who, finding he is going into disbelief too much, correcteth himself.
And he is not less wise, who, finding he believeth too much, and hence, investigateth not
at all, correcteth himself.

24. It was said of old, first, testimony; second, belief; third, faith; and fourth, works; but I
declare unto you that, with the expanse of knowledge, testimony must be strengthened.
For in the olden times, angels and men could be commanded to believe, and they

25. Herein have many of the Lords and the Gods of the lower heavens erred; for they
furnished not to those beneath them the necessary testimony comporting with the
advanced knowledge in heaven or on earth. A God shall be swift in devising food for
meditation; for angels, as well as mortals, without an advanced teacher, are as well off
with none at all.

26. It was said of old that a God taught the people on one of the stars to believe Jehovih
lived in a straw, and they rose in wisdom, and harmony, and unity. Then, afterward,
another God came and taught them there was no Jehovih, because, forsooth, He could not
live in a straw; and the people fell into disbelief and inharmony and disunion. Which,
then, of these, was the better God?

27. Yet I declare unto you, they were both necessary. For without a habitation and a
figure, the Great Spirit cannot be taught to either angels or mortals in the first place. The
labor of the Gods is to lead the people upward, step by step, until they learn to be Gods
and Goddesses themselves.

28. On this earth, mortals were taught through stone and wooden idols; and afterward by
engraved images. In some of the mixed tribes it will be necessary to teach them
incarnated Jehovih in mortal form, and by sympathy for his sufferings, teach them to
follow his spirit up to heaven. But all these subterfuges should be set aside in the kosmon

29. This heaven, more than any other heaven of the earth, will be regarded by the etherean
kingdoms. Beneath you, even on this part of the earth, will mortals first espouse the
Father’s kingdom.

30. Of all things, let your labor be first of all to sow the seed of belief in an All Person,
the Great Spirit. As ye now sow, and build Jehovih’s kingdom in your heaven, so,
in the coming of the kosmon era, will the same teaching take root in the souls of mortals.

31. Nor shall ye, under any circumstances, permit Gods or Lords or Saviors to be
established as worshipful beings, either in these heavens or on this part of the earth. For
this land is dedicated by Jehovih for the overthrow of all idols, of God, and Lord, and
Savior, and of everything that is worshipped, save Jehovih, the Great Spirit. Neither shall
any of these idols be established with effect in these heavens or on this land. But be ye
most circumspect to establish Jehovih, the Light of light, the All Person, in the souls of
angels and mortals.

32. Fragapatti ceased, but signaled for Hapacha to ordain Penoto, God of Ipseogee.
Hapacha rose up, saying: Penoto, Son of Jehovih! Thou hast been chosen to be God of
Ipseogee for six hundred years, and even after, if Jehovih so will. Thou hast passed the
examination, and standest above all others.

33. Thou hast been favored with much traveling in heaven; and, for thy benefit, many
swift messengers from the emancipated worlds, have explained to thee the dominions of
the Great Chiefs.

34. He, through whose fields this world is now traveling, hath stood up before thee. He
hath spoken to thee and thy people. Heed thou his words, and thou shalt be one with his
kingdoms in wisdom and power.

35. By proxy I have visited the etherean worlds; thou hast not. By being one with this
Chief, thou wilt inure to All Light, and soon thou shalt visit his places by proxy also.

36. And at the end of six hundred years, thou and thy harvest will be called for by the
etherean hosts. Be thou ready for them! And erst thou depart, thou shalt raise up one
sufficient to take thy place, and thou shalt bestow him.

37. Penoto said: Thy will and Jehovih’s be done! That which is given me to do, will I do
will all my wisdom and strength, so help me, O Jehovih!

38. Hapacha said: By virtue of Thy Wisdom, Power and Love, O Jehovih, vested in me,
do I this, Thy Son, ordain God of Ipseogee for the period of six hundred years. Be
Thou with him, O Jehovih, and may he and his works glorify Thee forever! Amen!

39. Penoto said: Which I accept and covenant with Thee, O Jehovih, for Thy glory
forever. Amen!


41. The light gathered brilliantly over Fragapatti’s head, and when the music ceased, the
Voice of Jehovih spake out of the Light, saying:

42. In the first days I blew My breath upon the lands of the earth, and man became a
living soul. Then, in the second time, I moved My hand upon the earth, and man went
forth in power.

43. Thus near hath My Voice approached the earth. Be ye steadfast in My
commandments. The time shall surely come, and in the third season, when My Voice
shall be heard by mortals.

44. The Voice ceased, and then Fragapatti took the light in his hands, as one would take
fine flax, and he turned it about thrice, and, lo, a crown was woven, most brilliant, but of
a reddish hue. He said:

45. Crown of Thy Crown, O Jehovih, have I woven for Thy Son, God of Ipseogee. And
he handed it to Hapacha, who said: And in Thy name, O Father, I crown him, second God
of Ipseogee, six hundred years. Be Thou with him, O Father! Amen!

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