Book of Judgement Chapter 6
OF RESURRECTION, IN THE WORDS OF GOD.
1. Whether on earth or in heaven, the same rules apply unto both:
2. He that serveth himself one-half, and serveth others one-half, shall stand grade fifty.
3. He that serveth himself three-quarters, and others one quarter, shall stand grade twentyfive.
4. He that serveth himself one-quarter, and others three-quarters, shall stand grade
5. He that serveth himself only, shall stand grade one.
6. He that serveth others wholly, shall stand grade ninety-nine.
7. And whoso serveth accordingly, himself or others, shall stand in grade even as his
8. To serve one’s self is to work for one’s self; to strive for one’s self, to think of one’s
own self, as to what will profit one’s own self only.
9. To serve others, is to do good unto others; to help them; to teach them; to give them
joy and comfort. This is the service of Jehovih.
10. But there are some who are below the grades; who seek to do evil; who seek to make
others unhappy; who delight in crime and pollution. These, if mortal, shall be called
druks, and if spirits, shall be called drujas.
11. After such manner, in general, are the grades of my heavens of the earth,
12. Grade one is on the earth; grade fifty, midway betwixt the earth and the emancipated
13. Grade twenty-five is one-quarter way up from the earth, toward etherea; but grade
seventy-five is three-quarters way upward, toward etherea. And so on, relatively, grade
and place of ascent intermediately.
14. But grade ninety-nine is the highest atmospherean grade, preparatory to entrance into
the company of the all pure in spirit.
15. But good works alone are not sufficient to attain the highest grades, for they require
knowledge and capacity to unfold others.
16. To accomplish which, those of the higher grades shall oft return to the lower, and
learn to lift them up. For this is that which calleth the ethereans in the times of
17. Wherein the righteous, who are yet mortal, begin at once lifting up their fellows.
18. Which labor is to the spirit as exercise is to the mortal body, that which giveth
19. Judge, then, thyself, O man of the earth, as to the place thy spirit will rise in the time
of thy death.