War In Heaven

Published April 2, 2017 by tindertender

 “God created the stars and the heaven for more than the sake of beauty; He gave them to us for interpretation so that we may live a safer more productive life.  Man is superior to the stars if he lives in the power of superior wisdom. Such a person being the master over heaven and earth, by means of his will, is a magus, and magic is not sorcery but supreme wisdom.”
~ Paracelsus

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“God and His hosts could hear the ringing of hammers in the caverns afar and they knew that their long-lost brother Lucifer, once the greatest bearer of light, had turned to the dark and came no longer before the Throne of God. They heard the rumors of the ‘Wonder of the Stones’ and the ‘Glorious Crown of Light’ and the ‘Power of Lucifer’s Minions.’ It came as no surprise when God called Michael, who bears the face of Christ upon his countenance, before his Throne and gave him the Sword of Heaven. It was forged with the Might of God and wielded divine authority. This blade of shining meteoric-iron gave off blinding light and fiery heat that none could withstand. Michael knelt to receive the sword as it sprang from the blinding Throne of God. All the hosts of angels bowed before it and were amazed by its power …

… This was the beginning of the war in heaven that has continued to this very day. All spiritual hierarchies have the possibility of denying God by assuming the role of human desire and falling from their rightful position of grace before God’s Throne. This is what happened with Lucifer when he fell from grace and was held back from going forward in his evolution. Lucifer was jealous that the hierarchies exclusively gave the Throne of God their rapt attention and devotion. He, too, was brilliant and creative and could birth great wonders. He was the brightest and the best. Even Christ considered Lucifer to be like an older brother.”

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