2007-08-31-Missionaries of Old

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Topic: Missionaries of Old

Group: 11:11 Progress Group


Teacher: Michael

TR: George Barnard



Michael: “The influence of the Roman Empire lessened the closer one came to their borders, and it did so even more the greater the distance from Rome. Their behavior, as it is recorded in the lands of Palestine, and as they punished the nation of Israel with the destruction of the temple and the routing of that civilization, was not typical of Roman behavior in other lands.

“In other places, where there was no constant unrest among the people or tribes, these were very much left to their own devices, providing they paid their taxes to the overlord, of course. And so, little is recorded of the happenings in Persia, India, China and Africa, far beyond the borders of the Empire, as it was known.

“The church of lecture theaters, and I do call it that, of Cymboyton brought in the learned ones from the Nordic lands even though their religion of many Deities would never be diminished. Likewise, emissaries from China did arrive in Urmia, yet their ancestor worship remained the token religion of the day for the common man.

“There were also preachers, who did not necessarily return to the population from which they came. They became the missionaries of old, as it always was an inborn trait of the spiritually advanced of mankind to share knowledge and beliefs. Some of these determined missionaries are hardly known to you today, but their purposes were very well understood at the time, and they united many African tribes, also, and gave them places of worship and of safety.”

George: “I’m here now watching a rather famous structure that I know is located in Zimbabwe, realizing that it is not by any stretch of the imagination ‘that original place of worship and of safety,’ but a much later one. There must have been many earlier structures around there,”

Michael: “These structures reflect the latent influences of the orange and green man, as part of the indigo (black) race, who long ago drifted into Africa, and who provided for the building of the wonderful, useful structures that are still in existence today. This is Michael and it is a pleasure for Me once again to be with you. I shall leave you for now and yet, in fact, I will not ever go away.”

George: “Thank you Michael.”