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First Lesson at Prophecy’s School

15 February 2016, 14:17

I woke up this morning with a very strange feeling concerning tomorrow. This was the effect of my night dream. In my dream, the Angels of the Beautiful One worked on my empty brain as a first step to teaching me lessons in Prophecy.

And the Leading Angel said, Son of Light prophesy about tomorrow to your own people. I said, what shall I prophesy for I’m none of the prophets? Then, he opened my mouth and touched my tongue with the flame of fire from his hand.

He said, now that you have fire in your tongue, say to your people:

The sun will rise and shine over the earth tomorrow. In one part, it will shine with scorching heat, strong wind and stern dryness; while in a second part, it will shine with profusion of rain, storm and overflowing rivers.

In the first part, the trees with their leaves will dry up, falling in piles on the earth, many animals will perish leaving their dry bones and a very severe famine; while in the second part, the abundance of rain will make the rivers overflow and carry away houses and other properties. Few animals will survive and many humans will groan and lose their breath under the heavy flood.

Tomorrow, someone will wake up; live to see the sun shining again. But his friend’s eyes will be closed by death forever. New children will be born while many will die in the famine and the flood. Tomorrow, someone will shout for joy. But her friend will cry for sorrow.

This is true prophecy. No One needs to claim or reject anything. It will surely happen even as the sun rises to shine over the earth tomorrow.

This is the first lesson in the School of Prophecy.

The conclusion is this, among the ignorant, everyone is a prophet. For a prophet, by simply telling the people only what the people desire most to hear, makes the people’s ears dull of hearing.

Yet, many suffer more severely for rejecting knowledge rather than for the lack of it. An ignorant person is preferred to a man who fails to apply his knowledge.

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