Thursday, 29 November 2012

W D Gann talks on the Basic Rules to Christian Living from the 4th dimension
I wish to talk about what we understand the essence of the Christian message to be. When I was on the earthplane I felt the message was complicated. The central themes of the message are three in number and very simple.
Firstly the most important is to LOVE and to have complete faith in our glorious Godhead and the HOLY TRINITY.
Secondly to LOVE ourselves as we are part of the Godhead and to LOVE others as they are also part of the Godhead. This does not mean accepting bad behaviour and bad moral standards. Our glorious Godhead has demonstrated his LOVE for us by sending His only begotten son to us and allowing him to be crucified to expunge our sins and weaknesses.  All of that is encapsulated in the word LOVE. All we are asked to do is to send LOVE back by accepting our Saviour Jesus Christ.
Thirdly which is two pronged which should be familiar to all.
a.       as you sow, so shall ye reap.
b.      to clearly and explicitly ask.
i.e. If you want something you must ask explicitly and it will be given. In my experience these are the three principles that encapsulates the JOY in Christ of the Christian message and are the principles by which everybody can live.
If you think about these three principles as you study the Holy word, you will find them reoccurring time after time after time.
Preachers embellish these principles in all sorts of ways but always they can be analysed down to these simple matters.

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Galatians 6:7 – God is not mocked: For whatsoever a man soweth that shall he reap also.

The Law of Sowing & Reaping is akin to being a good gardner. Plant good seeds and reap good crops. Plant bad seeds and reap bad crops. What can be plainer than that. If you want tomatoes you need to plant tomato seeds not beans. There is no way in nature that you can plant a cactus and get a rose. You get exactly what you sow. 
The same with people. Show kindness toward one another. Go that extra mile and do something for someone. Whatever you do, do it to the best of your ability and put a smile on someone's face. Always strive to do the very best in everything you do. You not only help others but help yourself at the same time as in do unto others as you will have them do unto you. Those are the actions that progress your Soul.

May the blessings, peace and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you.
Words of Wisdom from W D Gann on what the Bible Teaches

The Bible is a book of laws: Physical, Natural, Mental, Spiritual and Time Laws.
The Holy Word is very simple when it is properly understood. It teaches Divine Law, its uses and its abuses. Whether it is a Divine Law or a Natural Law, if you obey or follow these Laws, your reward is certain. However it is also made clear that if you disobey these Laws, you must pay the penalty.
Deuteronomy 11: 26 - 28.
It does not teach rewards after death but promises reward  now while you are here on this earth. Jesus said, As you sow, so shall ye reap." Many preach that we should live a life of sacrifice,  and wait until after death to receive our reward. This is not what is taught in the Bible and certainly not what people want. 
All natural laws teach and prove that we do get our reward while we are here on the earth. There are many examples throughout the Bible that prove this.  Abraham, Isaac, Joesph, Jacob, Solomon and so on all obeyed the laws and were rewarded. Even Job obeyed the law got twice as much as he had while he was still on earth. 
These laws have not changed and still work today for those that choose to follow these laws.

Sunday, 4 November 2012

Meteora Monastery in Greece
"Cosmo" lived a life in this Monastery and gives us a glimpse of his life in those times..
As head of the group he was responsible for organising the meals, gardening, domestic duties and prayers
They grew their vegetables on the flat land below the mountain and was the job of the younger ones to bring them up at harvest time. The herbs were grown on the top and although the air was very thin they got used to it and was a natural way of living for them.
They kept domestic animals and donkeys inside a stone wall enclosure at the bottom of the mountains to protect them from the wild animals. All the waste water was sent down to the animals below.
They had techniques of preserving food and made clothing from the pelts of the animals. Everyone had a job to do and depended on each other or the whole system would have shut down.
There were 100 monks living there permanently but they could quite easily sleep 300. Men only  of  course but they did get women visitors from time to time.
When they travelled abroad they did so by donkey which was slow and very tiring. They spread out into many countries teaching and building abbeys in England, Belgium, Germany, Holland, France Ireland and Scotland in conjunction with the Knights Templars.

Amazing what a lot of hands can do

They taught Art, reading of books, furniture making, building skills and engineering for roads.
Modern man thinks the Romans built the roads whereas it was the Monks that taught them how to build roads. They also taught them how to build tunnels to get water supplies and used bullocks to pull the carts. They also  oversaw the building of the  big viaducts they called chutes to carry water which was well before the time of Frances of Assisi which was around 1181 – 1226.
The Monks had the time and mathematical, engineering and building skills to create these things. Cosmo managed a lot of these projects and others were in charge of the creative organising to bring all the ideas together to create plans of what was going to be done.
Even in their time they had warm water by building shallow troughs and lining them with stones. They controlled the flow of the water and the Sun heated the rocks and in turn warmed the water. Similarly a lot of pools were made with provision for troughs around them in which they had fires to heat them  which could cater for 20 - 30 people at a time.
This is a knowledge not known to modern man. 

Saturday, 3 November 2012


The Principle of Ethics is – it either is, or it is not.

As in the Commandment handed to Moses – Thou shalt not bear false witness. To falsify a truth or statement or say something is, when it is not, is a lie.

Making untrue statements and particularly gossiping, causes a lot of harm which can fracture relationships, family ties and friendships.

William D Gann. (June 6, 1878 – June 18, 1955) was the greatest share trader who ever lived. More importantly he had a side that was not known to many.

During his time on the earthplane, he was at ONE with the Lord God and a Seer and was connected with the Servants of the Lord in the fourth dimension.

The connection to me is that we are from the same spiritual group, on the same level and being a servant for the Lord I can and do communcatie with him.

I share with you here some of his words of wisdom on LOOKING BACKWARDS.

It does us no good to dwell upon our past.  We all make mistakes and bad decisions however it will do us no good to dwell upon them, It is best to put them behind us, learn from the mistakes and move on with a changed attitude and make better choices for ourselves.

The Lord Jesus said. "Let the deadpast bury the dead." By this he meant not to drag your mistakes and misfortunes of the past into the future. Face the future with faith and hope, forget the past and you will solve your problem."

You can't do anything about the past, but you certainly can take care of the future by making it better than the past through accepting and having faith in the Lord God and his Divine Laws.

I liken it to being a good gardener. If your crops fail, maybe they need more water or sun, or fertiliser etc.. With making these subtle changes and persistance you will succeed and reap a wonderful harvest.

Again the universal law of sowing and reaping is at play here.