Lectionary Readings for Monday, April 20th, 2020

Lectionary Readings for Monday, April 20th, 2020

Book of Cpenta-Armij Chapter 9, Chapter 10

Chapter 9

1. In the third year of dawn Jehovih spake to Cpenta-armij, saying: Gather together the
officers of thy traveling hosts, and take with thee thy companions, and go visit all the
Lords and Lordesses of the earth, of thy appointing. And let thy recorders make their
accounts of the affairs of the earth and her heavenly kingdoms, that they may be taken to,
and entered in, the libraries of the Nirvanian kingdoms.

2. Also shalt thou set thy collectors of Brides and Bridegrooms to work in Craoshivi; and
give to thy collectors otevans, that they may also visit thy Lords’kingdoms and collect all
the angels prepared for the next resurrection, and bring them to Craoshivi, where they
shall be classified. For in the coming resurrection thou shalt provide twelve avalanzas,
and those who are raised to the etherean heavens thou shalt cause to be divided according
to their grade and rate, and have them delivered into regions suitable to their

3. During the time prior to this, the Lords had contributed largely to Craoshivi, and
already there were upward of twenty thousand million angels capable of taking the third
resurrection. The departure of Cpenta-armij on this visit was important, for it involved the
selection of the next succeeding God of earth and heaven, who should sit on the throne
during her absence. At this time, the reigning God was with Brahma on the earth. To
him Cpenta-armij sent messengers, acquainting him with the commandments of Jehovih.

4. God answered through his messengers, saying: Greeting, in the name of Jehovih, to
Cpenta-armij, His Daughter, Chieftainess! The reigning God deputeth thee, O Goddess, to
make the selection in his stead, to be crowned at the termination of dawn. And now,
accordingly, Cpenta-armij sent forth her examiners, to search after the highest, best, most
learned of all that had been raised up of the earth, capable of the God-head. For sixty days
her examiners were at work, and on the sixtieth day, in the evening, they had completed
the search. And it fell upon Thale of Peola, of corporeal birth, five thousand years.

5. Thale, a tiller of the soil in corpor, born in spirit in Yueson, ninety years; five years in
es’yan; thirty years in factories; in the nurseries, ninety years; in the colleges, one hundred
and eighty years; projector, seventy years; surveyor, sixty-five years; measurer, two
hundred years; entered an etherean airavagna, and traveled seven hundred years; returned
to the lower heavens of the earth and was Lord in six successions for each of the chief
earth divisions twelve hundred years; was called by Onavissa, Goddess of Ni-ya-ag-ag-ha
to clear the roads of Chenshaya, beyond Chinvat, where he labored six hundred years.
Returned again to the earth and her heavens, and served as captain and general four
hundred years; served as marshal seven hundred years, under four different Gods and
Lords; and the balance of the time traveled as messenger and swift messenger. Of the
rates in a thousand, he was nine hundred and ninety-nine. And he knew the whole earth
and her capabilities; could read a thousand million voices at the same time, and interpret
them and answer them, and had even created plateaux. He knew the atmospherean
heavens, habitable and uninhabitable; the roadways; the oceans and nebulous regions;
knew the ascending and descending ethe; knew the power in the different rings of the
earth’s vortex; knew the cevorkum, and its times and places.

6. Cpenta-armij sent a delegation of one million angels to wait on Thale and bring him
before the throne at Craoshivi, sending them in their private otevan, and under the

guardianship of her chief marshal, with this commandment:

7. Thale, of Peola, greeting to thee, in the name of Jehovih, Who commandeth thy
immediate presence at the throne in Craoshivi. Of all the honored in these heavens, thou
standest first on the list, and art appointed by our Father the next succeeding God, through
His Daughter, Chieftainess of Haotsaiti. In my stead thou shalt sit on the throne whilst I
complete my labor in dawn; after which thou shalt be crowned, of the earth and her
heavens, Jehovih’s God!

8. Cpenta-armij knew Thale, for he had sojourned in Otsias, in etherea, three hundred
years, where she had been Surveyor ten thousand years. So when he came before
Jehovih’s throne, Cpenta-armij was rejoiced to meet him in person; nevertheless, she first
saluted in rank, saying:

9. My brother, welcome in the Father’s name, and joy be unto thee. Jehovih hath called
thee to this throne; thou shalt be one of the pillars of His everlasting temples. What I put
upon thee in the Father’s name, thou shalt consider from Him.

10. Thale said: Before Thee, O Jehovih, I bow to Thy decrees, which come through Thy
High-Raised Daughter, Chieftainess of Haot-saiti. I accept whatsoever is given me to do,
that will raise up man to rejoice in his creation. By virtue of Thy power in me, O Jehovih,
I know I shall not fail. May Thy Light be upon me!

11. Cpenta-armij now raised the light to the highest atmospherean grade, and said unto
Thale: Approach Jehovih’s throne, O my brother, and hold up thy hands toward High
Noon, as the symbol of the highest light, for as the sun is to the earth and atmospherea, so
is Jehovih to the soul of man and to the etherean worlds.

12. Thale stepped on the foot of the throne, and the marshal stood at his side. The whole
Council were seated, and sweet music rose from the es’enaurs, and added to the solemn
scene. Thale then faced the place of High Noon in the temple and held up his hands,
saying: I am in Thy Will, O Father!

13. Jehovih spake in the light over Cpenta-armij’s head, saying: Thale, My Son, Thou art
My God, and thou shalt have dominion over the earth and her heavens for two hundred
years. Whatsoever thou shalt do shall be of Me and My doing. Thy word shall be My
word; thy labor My labor. And thou shalt have Lords and kingdoms, and all manner of
heavenly places; and all of them shall be My places through thee.

14. And at the expiration of thy service, thou shalt raise up a successor to thee, who shall
be worthy of thee and Me. And he shall likewise have dominion in Me and in My places;
and likewise raise up a successor to come after him, and so on until the next dawn of dan.
Be thou joyful in dominion; My worlds are places of delight, and mirth, and peace, and
love, and righteousness, and good works.

15. The Voice ceased, and then Cpenta-Armij spake on her own account, saying: He who
will crown thee will come at the end of dawn; till then thou shalt hold dominion in the
RED HAT in remembrance of the FEAST OF THE LIONS. Approach the Judgment Seat, my
brother, and I will give to thee in Jehovih’s name. With that, Cpenta-armij gathered from
the colored rays of light a substance light as ethe, and made a red hat and put it on Thale’s
head, saying: Sit on the throne in remembrance of the F
EAST OF THE LIONS, that I may be
honored of thee, and rejoice before my hosts.

16. Thale then sat down on the throne, and the Council proclaimed in the sign, LION’S
DEATH! Thale answered in the sign, DOMINION OF THE LAMB! Thereupon Cpenta-armij said:
Council of Jehovih, hear my voice. A new God have I raised up unto my labor. And thou,
O God, hear my voice. A new dominion have I given into thy keeping.

17. For one year I shall now visit my Lords and Lordesses in the first plateaux of the
earth, for it is a part of my labor for the Father. And when I shall have finished with them,
I shall return to my present reigning God of the earth, who is with Brahma, and I will
deliver him and Brahma, and return again to this kingdom, whence the etherean
resurrection will take place.

18. Provide ye accordingly in all things, even as I would were I here; and number the
Brides and Bridegrooms one hundred and sixty days in advance, and send swift
messengers to etherea, to the Nirvanian fields and forests in Chan-us-hoag, and thence
through Salkwatka to Haot-saiti, in the etherean Abarom, finding six regions, suitable for
grades from sixty to ninety. And ye shall send greeting to my sister, Chue-in-ista,
Goddess of Oambuyu, asking her to deliver us.

19. Thus saying, Cpenta-armij, and Owks, and See-wah-Gon, and Ha-o-ha took leave,
and in their own proper way departed out of Craoshivi, and in the airavagna descended to
the lowest plateau, and so visited the Lords of the lower kingdoms.

Chapter 10

1. The Lords and Lordesses gave not much labor to Cpenta-armij; for they had long been
high-raised Gods and Goddesses in other worlds, and knew their parts well. But to each
heavenly place Cpenta-armij sent her heralds in advance, and the Lords and Lordesses in
turn sent receiving escorts to meet the airavagna. And when the Chieftainess arrived, she
was asked in the usual manner to honor the throne, and she thus sat on all the thrones,
ruling in very person, and in her presence the Voice of Jehovih spake in the Light before
the assembled C
OUNCIL OF THE HOSTS, and it was thus fulfilled in the ARC OF SPE-TA that the
Voice had circumscribed the whole earth.

2. And when Cpenta-armij was about to depart from each heavenly place, she always
descended to the foot of the throne of the Lord, and sat thereon; and the Lord went
down and took her hand, saying: Arise, O Goddess, and go thy way; the Father calleth
thee! And then would she arise and depart to another Lord or Lordess, in like manner.

3. Cpenta-armij took with her three thousand angel scribes and recorders; three thousand
angel artists; three thousand angel geologists and mineralogists, besides many others;
whose trade was to make reports of the lands of the earth, and the waters of the earth, and
the air above the earth, with pictures thereof.

4. Jehovih had said to Cpenta-armij: Thou shalt make reports of the land and water and
air of the earth; and of all the living thereon and therein, with pictures thereof; two copies
shalt thou make; and when the end of dawn is come, thou shalt take the two copies with
thee in thy ascension to My etherean worlds. One copy shalt thou put on record in the
library of Haot-saiti, and the other copy shalt thou send to the Hyperiis Council of the
United Chiefs and Chieftainesses, for their own deliberation.

5. For the Hyperiis Council shall determine from this, thy report, what is good for the
earth; as to whether she shall be changed in her course, or broken up and divided; or
whether she needeth a’ji or dan; and they shall send out road-makers to that end, or send
vortices against her vortex, to break it or rule over it, according to My light upon them.

6. Besides these, Cpenta-armij had a thousand recorders, whose business it was to prepare
reports of the Lords’kingdoms, and of the factories, colleges, nurseries, hospitals, the
hells, if any, and knots, if any; to record the grade and number of spirits in each heavenly
place; to record the earthly kingdoms, and kings and queens and their subjects, their
occupations and grades, and their rate of corporeal life age. To record the percentage of
familiar spirits with mortals; the fetals, the drujas; as well as the ashars and asaphs; and
the temples and oracles in use by mortals; the altars and places of worship. To record the
number of I’hins still inhabiting the earth; the number of pure I’huans, who worshipped
only one Great Spirit; the druk order, who always have idols or saviors, and are given to

7. One full moon of four quarters remained Cpenta-armij with each one of the Lords of
the earth; and then she departed, going into all the habitable places on the earth, and in the
heavens that rested on the earth. In ten moons she had completed her labor with the Lords
of the first resurrection; had witnessed the manner in which the Lords sent away the
upraised to Craoshivi, to enter the second resurrection. And her scribes and recorders had
completed their labor also.

8. And now the Chieftainess sent her airavagna back to Craoshivi, with her visitors,
Owks, See-wah-Gon and Ha-o-ha. But for herself she had a piedmazr build; and, taking
ten thousand attendants, besides the workers of the boat, she descended on to the very
earth, to visit the four Gods, in the four great divisions of the earth; with Wah-tah; with
Brahma, with Abram, and with Po. With each of these she spent twelve days, and then
she departed and went to Maitraias, the heavenly place, the only Lord-dom of the earth,
where ruled Yug-sae-su, with thirty millions. Here she remained twelve days also; and the
inhabitants gave a tournament and festival.

9. After this Cpenta-armij departed for Craoshivi, for the end of dawn was near at hand.

One thought on “Lectionary Readings for Monday, April 20th, 2020

Leave a Reply