The Son of The Widow
This website is provided for those who know of The Way, the Purpose, and the place of the Son of the Widow. Those of The Way and the various Nazarene Brotherhoods who live in many places across the earth, will recognise the message and ciphers on this site as an indication and a reminder of their place and purpose as the heralded Ending of Days comes upon mankind. They will also be aware of the relevance of the particular timing of the revelation of these words, at the time of the returning of the light, the Winter Solstice, 21st December, 2008. The followers will also be aware of the message contained within the number of year whose number is ten, and its true meaning in the context of the words contained with the Seven Seals, which were opened by the Son of the Widow in 1997.
The hour is now late, so be sure that you study what is provided here for those with eyes to see and with ears to hear, so that they may be in no doubt that The Way is now laid, for the seventh and final time, before them.
Those of you who know of this matter, and who are of The Way and the Covenant, are advised to read these words of Joshua Ben Miriam, the sixth High Lord of the Veil, who prophesied the coming of the Son of the Widow, who would be born in a time of great war and be the last Nazarene of his time.
Almost eighty generations have passed since these words were spoken by Joshua Ben Miriam and passed on within the Seven Seals, which were opened in 1997, as the final dawning of the Ending of Days comes close upon mankind.
Will you do your duty by The Way and the Son of the Widow? What shall you do?
If you are not knowing of this matter, then go to those amongst your brethren who have knowledge of it, and follow in The Way as is ordained for you to so do. If your brethren do not know of The Way and the Son of the Widow, and have been lost to or turned from the Hallowed Purpose, then prepare you for the death and destruction that is to befall man in his stupidity and in the following of blind belief in the unbelievable.
The Seventh Lamb has been set before you at the Ending of Days, and, as prophesied, the few will follow him in reason. Many will profess loyalty but few will honour their vow of service unto that noble Purpose that is the cornerstone of man's existence. What shall you do?
And Mary said to Jesus, “Will matter it then that we be destroyed or not?”
The Saviour said, “All natures, all formations, all creatures, exist in and with one another, and they will be resolved into their own roots; for the nature of the matter is resolved into the roots of its nature alone. He who has ears to hear, let him hear.”
Peter said to him, “Since you have explained everything to us, tell us this also: What is the sin of the world?”
The Saviour said, “There is no sin, but it is you who make sin when you do the things that are like the nature of adultery, which is called ‘sin’. That is why the Good came into your midst, to the essence of every nature, in order to restore it to its root.”
Then he continued, and said, “That is why you become sick and die, for if you are the one to see, or if you be he who understands in realisation, let him so understand. Matter gave birth to a passion that has no equal, which proceeded from something that is not of natural law. Then there arises a disturbance in the whole body, born of that which is not of the natural way of things. That is why I said to you, ‘Be of good courage’, and if you are discouraged for any reason or for no reason, still be encouraged in the presence of the different forms of nature. He who has ears to hear, let him hear.”
When the Blessed One had said this, he greeted them all, saying, “Peace be with you! Receive my peace to yourselves. Beware that no one lead you astray, saying, ‘Lo here!’ or ‘Lo there!’ for the Son of Man is within you, even though he mayest be dead.
“The Seventh shall come—be not afraid—follow after him. Those who seek him will find him. Go then and preach the gospel of his reason and my reason. Tell all of the kingdom that shall yet come.
“Do not lay down any rules beyond what I appointed for you—interpret not. And do not give a law like the lawgiver, lest you be constrained by it. All law is the servant of justice. Loose not this, lest you become lost in thine own mire.
“And this I say: that he who shall come after me in the Purpose shall be born in a time of great war, and his father shall die while he still suckles; and his mother shall stay widowed. She shall suffer her life onto him, and onto me, and onto the Purpose. She shall surely be exalted amongst women for all time.
“His number shall be ten, as is prophesied; and his life shall be a great burden onto him; and he shall have great troubles, and shall know great fear and great loss in his time.
“Let you who have ears hear me, as I ask of you who are amongst the Brethren and those who are not of the Brethren: Who amongst you shall gird his loins with the skin of a lamb, and await the coming of the Son of the Widow?
“Who amongst you shall protect the Son of the Widow, even onto the cost of his own life?
“Who amongst you shall give shelter to the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall sell all that he has, and follow the Son of the Widow, who shall travel from the east to the west?
“Who shall give alms to the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall dare steal from the Son of the Widow, even by word or secret thought? Even this shall be done onto him by men in their hate, their jealousy, and their fear of him.
“Who will shelter the Son of the Widow, and guide his steps away from his assassins?
“Who shall administer onto him when he is sick?
“Who shall stand guard over him while he sleeps?
“Who shall give comfort to him in the blackness of his despair?
“Who amongst women will cleave themselves onto him, and be wife to him, so that his blood shall last forever upon the earth and beyond the earth, so that man shall always know of the goodness of his purpose and of my purpose?
“Who shall love the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall plough the fields of the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall sell all that he has, and give to the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall prostrate himself before the Son of the Widow and beg his bidding?
“Who shall build the walls of the house of the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall tile the roof of the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall shoe the horses of the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall give a portion of all that he harvests to the Son of the Widow, that he might have glory, and not starve nor want in his duties?
“Who shall clean the chariot of the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall clean the shoes of the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall feed the children of the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall lay down his life so that the Son of the Widow might not die?
“Who shall hide the Son of the Widow when his enemies search for him to kill him?
“Who shall dare to try to kill the Son of the Widow?
“Who shall go forth and slay the enemies of the Son of the Widow, even at the cost of his freedom, or his very life, or even the lives of his wives and his children? Who shall so in honour go forth?
“Who shall stand and be counted before the throne of this most High Lord, the highest of all that has even been or shall ever be before the eyes of men upon the earth, or below the earth, or above the earth?
“Verily I say onto you, blessed shall be he who shall deem to do all that is worshipful to the Son of the Widow; and cursed shall be all who shall seek his harm, for they shall surely die.
“There shall be none greater upon the face of the earth than the Son of the Widow—not in his time or in any time—for he is all that man shall have to protect him from the Beast, and damnation of himself and his blood. Blessed shall be he: and the more men shall curse him or defile his name, the more blessed shall he be made, and the more shall he be exalted for all time. So shall his wives and his children be exalted, even though his hallowed brethren shall plot against him.
“Even his friends shall be untrustworthy, and he shall know no peace of man, for many shall subtly move from him, in their fear of that which is not true, even though they shall know that his words are true.
“Verily, even yet I say, he shall be exalted; and all who do not rally to him and to his purpose shall be cast down, and trampled beneath the wheels of his chariots of glory. Let every head bow and every heart beat only for his exaltation—for only in that way shall man know salvation, and live for ever and forever.
“His time shall be short amongst men, and it shall be a time of evil, of deceit, and of horrors. His crown shall be a crown of hope, which shall be as a beacon for men to draw close onto; his purpose—the salvation of man upon the face of the earth. Hear you him, and heed you him.
“His every tear shall be counted, his every wound, either by word or by deed, shall stand record against all and amongst all who shall follow. Desert him not, for none shall find forgiveness.
“Whatever man shall do to the Son of the Widow whose number shall be ten, so shall it be done also onto me, and to all that have gone before me in the Purpose. Man shall live by this salvation that is set before him, or man shall die by such stupidity that it shall bring upon him his own damnation.
“Before the Ending, when all is well, and at the Ending when all is fear, many will so swear, but few shall abide by what they shall swear. Be sure that you shall be found out in your falseness— and there shall be a severe discipline for those who shall swear falsely and not follow The Way in purity, and in honour, and in the goodness of the Purpose.
“O Lords and Masters, shall there be no help for the Son of the Widow when his time and the ending of man’s time is at hand? Shall his coming, and all that he is, be laid waste by that foul beast that resides in the darkness of men’s minds? Let it not be so.
“Should he turn his back upon men because he finds not enough good men to give strength to him, or enough good women to be wife to him, then cursed be all men; especially those who have been advised, and know of better.
“The Force of the Earth shall turn its back upon you, and all will be darkness and death. Pestilence shall there be, and all manner of damnation shall pour upon man, and he shall die. Hark you the Son of the Widow, and bow yourselves before him, and labour in the Purpose till you can labour no more. Then labour still more even then.
“The Ending shall be close in his time, and shall quickly come upon you. You shall have time not for eating nor for sleeping, and your hearts must beat only for him, and for me, and for the Force of the Earth, and for the Purpose, which is great before all purposes. Better that you stand by him and die in his light than to die in darkness. Behold the Son of the Widow when he is come—and his number shall be ten!”
When he said this he departed, and left for his place of death, wherest he was bound to make a readiness amongst the Brethren for the Seventh to Come.
But they were grieved. They wept greatly, saying, “How shall we go to the Gentiles and preach the gospel of the kingdom of the Son of Man yet to come? If the believers did not spare Jesus, how will they spare us? And will they spare him yet to come, in his time?”
Then Mary, the chief wife of Jesus, stood up, greeted them all, and said to her brethren, “Do not weep, and do not grieve nor be irresolute, for his grace will be entirely with you, and will protect you until the coming of the Ending of Days. But rather, let us praise his greatness, for he has prepared us and made us into men, as we must prepare for the first and the last to come after him.”
When Mary said this, she turned their hearts to the good of the Purpose, and they began to discuss the words of the High Lord.
Peter said to Mary, “Sister, we know that the High Lord loved you more than the rest of women. Tell us the words of the Lord which you remember, which you know but we do not, nor have we heard them.”
Mary answered, and said, “What is hidden from you I will proclaim to you.”
And she began to speak to them these words: “I,” she said, “I saw the Lord in a dream, and I said to him, ‘Lord, I saw you today in a dream as my mind wandered afar off.’ He answered and said to me, ‘Blessed are you that you did not waver at the sight of me—for where the mind is, there is the treasure. Matter not how far it wanders, just so that it wanders within reason.’
“I said to him, ‘Lord, how does he who sees the vision see it—through the essence, or does he see it through the spirit?’”
Then her husband answered, and said, “He does not see through the essence, nor through the spirit, but by the mind which lies somewhere between the two. That is what sees the vision, and it is the mind that is aware and the mind that is not aware, that make the vision and see the vision. The mind that is not aware makes the vision, and the mind that is aware interprets that which the deeper mind conjures up.
“The real visionary has a third mind even deeper still, and may see in reality all sorts that may make others see him as mad or as a great man. Many may fear him—few will befriend him—and perhaps, like me, a woman might love him, but that is all.
“Caulbearers have this deeper mind, and this is the way that they can heal, as you have witnessed the work of my hands with your own eyes. Truly I love thee, and Mary, and Sophia, and my children. I am blessed with all of thee to help me in the Purpose.”
Then, seeing the excited look upon her face, he asked her to continue.
And the Magdalene said, “I saw thee in my dream, and I saw a man in black upon a white horse, and thee beside him, and he held your hand like a father. And you held his hand also, like a father with a beloved child. He had the white hairs of age upon his head, and his horse had fire in his eyes; and the man looked in pain, and was bent a little forward.
“Walking beside the horse was a woman, and she was dark haired, with white skin, and she was very beautiful. She had a cold look, as if trying to keep all from him, even thee O Lord. She appeared a jealous woman, and he a very kindly man.
“And he said onto me, ‘Mary, wouldst thou desire that I walk hand in hand with thine husband in the Purpose?’ And I said onto him that I desire that.
“I grew confused, as I saw you upon his horse, and standing upon the ground—yet I did not see you descending; but now, as I look at thee, I see you ascending.
“Then you spoke onto me untruthfully, and I asked you, ‘Why do you lie, since you belong to me?’ Your spirit answered me, and not your mouth. The spirit answered, and said, ‘I saw you. You did not see me, nor recognise me. I served you as a garment, and you did not know me.’ When you had said this, you went away, rejoicing greatly.
“And then I came to the third Power, which was within the white horse which is called Pestilence. The horse appeared to speak to the woman’s spirit. It questioned the spirit saying, ‘Where are you going? In wickedness are you bound? But you are bound: do not judge, for my rider is above the judgment of all men, as all men are unfit to judge the final judge!’
“And her spirit said, ‘Why do you judge me although I have not judged neither you nor him, nor the other Christ? I was bound, though I have not bound. I was not recognised by any, but I have recognised that The All is being dissolved of my husband before mine eyes; both the earthly things of him, and the spirit of him.’
“Then my spirit went from me as if he had taken it in his hand, and so it surpassed the third Power as if it was not there. When my spirit had surpassed the third Power, it went upwards and saw the fourth Power, which took seven forms.
“The first form came from the darkness; the second, passion; the third, from despair; the fourth, out of death; the fifth, out of disloyalty and stupidity; the sixth came from the destruction caused by the pursuit of power; the seventh is the wrathful wisdom. The seventh Power emanated from the dark rider upon the white horse. These are the Seven Powers of Wrath—and the seventh is Death.
“The Powers asked of the Seventh, ‘Whence do you come, slayer of men, or where are you going, conqueror of space?’
“Then he answered, and said, ‘What binds me has been slain, and what surrounds me has been overcome, and my desire has been ended, and all goodness has died. From outside the world I was released from a world, and I am a type brought forth from an unseen type, and from the fetters of oblivion, which is transient. From this time on will I attain to the rest of the time, of the season, of the aeon, in silence—for we are all betrayed by man.’”
When Mary had told this, she fell silent, since it was to this point that the Lord had spoken with her.
But Andrew answered, and said to the brethren, “Say whatever you wish to say about what she has said—I at least do not believe that the Lord said this. For certainly these teachings are strange ideas.”
Peter answered, and spoke concerning these same things. He questioned them about the Lord. “Did he really confide with this woman, even though she be his wife, without our knowledge, and not openly? Are we to turn about and all listen to her? Did he prefer her to us?”
Then Mary wept, and said to Peter, “My brother Peter, what do you think? Do you think that I thought this up myself in my heart, or that I am lying about the Lord, my husband, who is now gone to prepare The Way, and I must follow?”
Levi answered, and said to Peter, “Peter, you have always been hot-tempered. Now I see you contending against the woman, like the adversaries. But if the Lord made her his wife, he also made her worthy. Who are you indeed to reject her? Surely the Lord knows her very well. That is why he loved her more than us. She is a woman, and we are a hairy bunch. Rather, let us be ashamed, and put on the perfect man, and acquire him for ourselves, as he commanded us; and preach the gospel, not laying down any other rule or other law beyond which the Lord of Nazarenes said.”
When she perceived all that was said, and all that was not said, Mary took her leave, and went to attend to her affairs in this matter for a while.
And they began to go forth, to proclaim and to preach that which was made now known onto them.
The hour is late, and is as prophesied. Spread word across the earth in every tongue known to man, that the Son of the Widow is amongst us. And the Word is Truth, Knowledge, Logic and Reason; which is The Way. For The Way is easy, and its burdens are light.
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