Revelation of the Soul

Revelation of the Soul

Revelation of the Soul declares the truth of human immortality, and reveals how to enter the kingdom of God while we live. Jesus Christ proclaims mankind’s “inheritance” throughout every gospel and the letters of Paul, but Christianity does not teach it. Central issues: who or what is our greatest love? What caused the first immortal humans to die? What is the path to a life without death? Submitted here in heartfelt detail, Revelation of the Soul is the Savior’s precious gift to a glorious race of immortal children who’ve forgotten how to live.

When you were born, you were already married.

This information explores the context of marriage and divorce in the natural and supernatural realms, and carries moral imperatives. As such, Revelation of the Soul is directed toward those seekers who wish to heal the Separation—and inherit the kingdom prepared for us since the creation of the world.

“Yet one shall be clothed with light in the Sacrament of the Mating.”
St. Philip the Evangelist

List of Topics

  1. One Flesh — the Revelation of the Soul
  2. Personal Remarks
  3. Commentary on Revelation of the Soul
  4. One Flesh — the Divine Marriage
  5. The Reality of Immortality
  6. The Keys to the Kingdom
  7. Revelation of the Soul vs. Human Wisdom
  8. Revelation of the Soul in Genesis One & Two
  9. Adultery & Divorce: One Flesh Becomes Two
  10. Two Roads, Two Worlds… Heaven or Kingdom?
  11. Two Powers of the Resurrection
  12. The Passion of Divine Marriage
  13. Sources of Exegetic Testimony

1. One Flesh — the Revelation of the Soul 

With the words “one flesh,” Jesus Christ unearths the life-giving Revelation of the Soul. The Master’s well-known sermon at Mark 10 and Matthew 19 seems like a plug for human marriage, though Jesus himself did not marry. For many Christians, his wisdom holds true. Some, however, will discover a biblical trail that leads to physical immortality in the kingdom of God.

Keys to the kingdom buried at Mark 10 and Matthew 19.
Revelation of the Soul in the Gospel

At the beginning of creation God made them male and female.(a) For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife,(b) and the two will become one flesh. So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together (a) let no one separate.”
Mark 10 + Genesis 1:27, 2:24 + Matthew 19:3-11

a. Mankind’s Divine Origin[4] (Christ quotes Genesis 1:27)
b. Early Bible manuscripts, such as 4th-century Codex Sinaiticus and Codex Vaticanus, do not have “and be united to his wife.” [5]
 Disciples attest to immortality in Revelation of the Soul.

In the days when Eve was within Adam, there was no death. When she was separated from him, death came to be. If she again enters and he receives her to him, death shall no longer be.
Philip 76, Philip 72!!

Above, St. Philip plainly states how one can attain immortality in a living body. In full agreement with Phillip’s image of one flesh, Paul’s text implies ‘Eve’ is the human soul, an aspect of the Holy Spirit:

…if the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead is living in you, he who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies because of his Spirit who lives in you.
Romans 8:11-17

Life after death, or life without death? Jesus offers a choice.

Finally, to verify the Revelation of the Soul and its potential for immortality, we turn again to Christ. Master indeed taught two paths to eternal life. The first involves our death. The second does not:

“I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die. Do you believe this?”
John 11:25-26

To attain inheritance, the kingdom seeker employs Christ’s word in everyday life and begins to transition to God’s reality. Not easy work, but it is the most exciting adventure imaginable. We will verify and understand Christ’s instruction at Mark 10 using biblical texts dating back 3,000 years, and Midrashim (ancient Rabbinical commentary). Also included are personal notes and deep expositions of Scripture transmitted to me by the Holy Spirit and our heavenly family.


2. Personal Remarks  

Jesus replied, “Not everyone can accept this word,
but only those to whom it has been given.”

Matthew 19:10-13

The Revelation of the Soul has brought joy and freedom far beyond anything I could have imagined.

Unlike the path to heaven, pursuing the kingdom of God requires choices that oppose society’s most time-honored ideals. No small wonder that Paul, the brilliant Christian theologian, I gave you milk, not solid food, for you were not yet ready for it. Indeed, you are still not ready. You are still worldly. (1 Corinthians 3:2)refuses to teach this mystery to his first century church. To pursue the inheritance, Christ asks disciples to renounce human beliefs and customs, and learn a new way of loving. Master also rejects the notion that everyone dies. Most people find it difficult to believe in his words.

Since the fall of 2012, my soul has held a simple plan for our future. She wants us to become one flesh, and live together in Eden. Forever. To accomplish this amazing feat, I must give her some ‘hooks’ to hold onto. Love. Faith. Courage. In those times when I worry about money, health, or worldly events, she and I separate. If this condition persists, I shall die. My beloved hasn’t said whether we would remain together after that. She needn’t. Sometimes I sense an ancient lonesomeness in my mate, as if I am not her first mortal companion. During these times I weep for my dear soul, for myself, and all of the beautiful Sons and Daughters of God.


3. Commentary on Revelation of the Soul  

In the beginning, the scribes tell us, life was easy. And no one died.

The Bible holds wisdom on matters of life and death still unknown to today’s Christians. In Mark and Matthew, Christ’s teaching on divorce is the first of three lessons on the kingdom of God. Here we learn that human marriage does not occur in God’s kingdom. Instead, Jesus hijacks the Pharisees’ challenge on divorce, and applies it to the state of our marriage to Holy Spirit. First, he cites Divine '...male and female he created them.' (Genesis 1:27)Origin. Then, the '...she was taken out of man.' (Genesis 2:23)Separation of Adam and Eve. When combined, these two images reveal mankind’s Original marriage, and the first divorce.

How can we prove that Jesus is teaching the divine marriage, and not the earthly kind? Because Master’s revelation at Mark 10:9 has no corollary elsewhere in the Bible, save for Matthew’s nearly identical account:

“Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.”
Mark 10:9 + Matthew 19:6

Christ’s cryptic reply to the Pharisees is in fact a correction to the ancient Law. Revelation of the Soul makes it clear: The vast majority of people today, young, old, married or single, struggle under a heart rending divorce. Our separation is of the highest magnitude, but most of us aren’t aware of any problem. In this world that mankind has fashioned, struggling is a part of life. So too, is death. Still, the ancient texts Jesus cites at Mark 10 evoke images of a time when, as immortal human beings, we reveled in love for God and our inner Holy Spirit.

The Roman Catholic Church changed Christ’s words.

Jesus once said, “I came not to abolish the Law, but to fulfill it.” In simplest terms, the Savior would bring to mankind something long desired or prophesied. Without theological grounds for doing so, one might think changing Christ’s Word an unthinkable act.

Nevertheless, the Gospels read by Christians for over 1,600 years contain a phrase in Mark and Matthew that was not present in the original Greek texts used to create the Latin Vulgate. In the first Bible of the Holy Roman Church, the phrase added to Christ’s words at Mark 10 is, “and be united to his wife.” In truth, Jesus never mentions a human spouse:

“At the beginning of creation God made them male and female. For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and the two will become one flesh.”

The addition of these six deadly words, we soon shall learn, hinder the divine marriage and conflict with Jesus’s other teachings. Worse, this change puts the kibosh on any notion of immortality, and corrupts man’s innate divinity. As a result, the Church’s revision to the Word, as fulfilled by Christ, turns heavenly gifts into earthly things. Rather than God’s divine union of mankind to the Holy Spirit, the Vatican declares human marriage a Holy Sacrament. Once again the Pharisees, now become Christian, hide the keys to the kingdom.

The Disciples said to him, “If this is the situation between a husband and wife, it is better not to marry.”

Jesus replied, “…there are those who choose to live like eunuchs for the sake of the kingdom of heaven. The one who can accept this should accept it.”
Matthew 19:10-12


4. One Flesh—the Divine Marriage  

Revelation of the Soul exposes the true meaning of Mark 10. Here, the Savior seizes the opportunity to remind us of our first marriage: the union of life and spirit God creates in every human child. One flesh is the divine marriage through which we receive life. How much life? That depends on how devoted we are to our immortal soul, Eve, the breath of life and the Spirit of God.[7] ‌

Then the Lord God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being.

…but for Adam, no suitable helper was found.

Genesis 2:7, 2:25

How often do we think of our faithful spouse? Do we cherish our eternal helper above all others, as a loving mate should? Or, as we shall discover in the case of Adam, are there other things in our life that we honor more than our inner spirit? With this idea in mind, one may wonder if Christ’s ruling on 'Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery against her. And if she divorces her husband and marries another man, she commits adultery.' (Mark 10:11)divorce applies at the spiritual level. If so, most of us are entrenched in serious conflict. Not with our human spouse, but Eve, our Holy Spirit.


5. The Reality of Immortality  

What is the kingdom of God? How in the world did we end up here? Can we go back?

Long ago, in a higher state of being, the sons and daughters of God were like the angels. As it was back then, so it is now. Created of both heaven and earth, we procreate in the manner of worldly beings. But, because we are as innocent as little Adam and his wife were both naked, and they felt no shame. (Genesis 2:25)children, we do not marry. As living spirits, made in the image of God, each of us is complete. In this perfect balance of life joined to Holy Spirit, every child is both bridegroom and bride. In short, mankind (Adam) bears the very image of Jesus Christ.

Filled with endless life, wealth, and harmony, God’s world is God saw all that he had made, and it was very good. (Genesis 1:31)good. In fact, it’s an earthly paradise. This is the kingdom of God. Although this realm exists today, earthly humans cannot see it. The living kingdom, the inheritance that is our birthright, is called ‘Eden.’

Christ says it’s entirely possible for God’s children to return to Eden. Adam need only acknowledge his divine origin, rejoin in loving union with Eve, and return to one flesh. Although immortality is ours for the asking, most don’t seek it because our society centers on death, not life. In our current state, science seems to make far more sense than the wisdom of ancient priests. Thus, most people dismiss the story of Eden as a fairy tale.

We who return to Eden are innocent, like little children. Although we are immortal, no human can foresee the future. We can’t know what’s good for us and what’s not. So we respect our Father’s '...you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat from it you will certainly die.' (Genesis 2:16 — 17)wishes, and avoid any thoughts of good or evil. Unlike the human beings in the mortal world, we don’t seek to change God’s creation. Instead, we revel eternally with one another in our Father’s boundless love.


6. The Keys to the Kingdom  

The revelation buried deep within Mark 10 is affirmed in a series of teachings that sharpen Christ’s stance against matrimony. But the Savior’s condemnation extends to the roots of human society. In the following passages, Jesus repeatedly advises seekers to forsake, even “hate,” wife, husband and family in order to attain the kingdom of God!

Jesus said, “No one who has left home or wife or brothers or sisters or parents or children for the sake of the kingdom of God will fail to receive many times as much in this age, and in the age to come eternal life.”
Luke 18:29-30

“Everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or wife or children or fields for my sake will receive a hundred times as much and will inherit eternal life.”
Matthew 19:29 + Mark 10:29-30

“If anyone comes to me and does not hate father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters—yes, even their own life—such a person cannot be my disciple.”
Luke 14:25-26

Jesus’s Stance on Marriage and Human Society

Of course the Lord does not wish for us to hate anyone. Instead, he urges kingdom seekers to hate the system—to abandon mankind’s most important societal customs. To attain the inheritance, we must forsake exclusive relationships in every guise. Exclusive behavior is incompatible with God’s love, and therefore the Kingdom. Allegiances to spouse, neighbor and country beget separation, division and death, and hinder the children of God. Instead, Christ asks us to form one family, Before him all the nations are as nothing; they are regarded by him as worthless, and less than nothing. (Isaiah 40:17)one nation.

In order to travel the road to  the kingdom, the seeker abandons every man-made ritual or practice that favors certain people, groups or organizations above others. Should we stop forming families? Do we demote our best friend? Yes. If you seek the kingdom, Master’s advice is to shift to a entirely different existence and love everyone equally.

New Life in the Light of the Word

I have done these things. In some cases, it was very painful to do so. I no longer vote, salute the flag, follow news media or watch TV. I do not root for the ‘home team’ in any context, nor do I favor family members over strangers. My dear soul is my only wife. In this world, I’m an outcast. But I enjoy peace, harmony, joy, and a state of love unlike anything I’ve ever known. Revelation of the Soul has led me to a life that comes straight from Father, Mother, Brother, and my Eve, with whom I am two in one flesh.

Unless you fast from the system, you shall not find the Sovereignty of God; unless you keep the entire week as Sabbath, you shall not behold the Father.
Thomas 27

Whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me will find it.
Matthew 16:25 + Luke 9:24 + Mark 8:35

However one views Christ’s teachings, it’s plainly obvious that the inheritance—the kingdom—is not heaven. Heaven has far less difficult requirements for entry. According to Revelation of the Soul, Eden, the earthly Paradise, awaits the triumphant 'Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world.' (Matthew 25:34)return of the immortal children of God, who are like the angels.

Blessed are the meek,
     for they will inherit the earth.

The Beatitudes

How does one “inherit the earth”?

Jesus made friends, attended dinner parties, weddings and worship services. But, he was humble, even meek. He did not choose the best seat in the house though he easily could have. Christ accommodated all who needed him, but did not bestow special favor upon anyone except his Father and Mother, who is both Holy Spirit and immortal soul. In his state of divine marriage—”what God has joined together”—Jesus of Nazareth was one flesh.

Martha and Mary and the Raising of Lazarus

Two accounts from the Gospels of Luke and John provide seekers an understanding of ‘kingdom behavior.’ When Christ visits the home of Martha and her sister, Mary (Luke 10:38-42), it is Mary, the meeker of the two, who receives his praise. What does Mary do that her sister does not? She abandons a close family member in order to enter God’s world.

Martha came to him and asked, “Lord, don’t you care that my sister has left me to do the work by myself? Tell her to help me!”

“Martha, Martha,” the Lord answered, “you are worried and upset about many things, but few things are needed—or indeed only one. Mary has chosen what is better, and it will not be taken away from her.”

Our second example is the story of Lazarus at John 11:1-44:

Now Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus. So when he heard that Lazarus was sick, he stayed where he was two more days…then he told them plainly, “Lazarus is dead, and for your sake I am glad I was not there, so that you may believe. But let us go to him.

Change your beliefs about love.

The story of Lazarus underscores the point. Although the two are good friends, Christ does not rush to heal Lazarus after receiving word that he is sick. Instead, Jesus lets Lazarus die in order to demonstrate the glory of God—for our sake. His inaction shows that equal love for everyone, good friends, disciples or strangers, is the correct path. As a final proof, notice how Jesus shows his human mother no special favor. Even Mom receives the same love as any other person.

The path to the kingdom of God gradually transitions today’s disciple from man’s system to God’s system. When we begin to live as Christ lived, a state of Yeshua says: 'Become transients.' (Thomas 42)impartiality manifests. That’s the easier part. Then, it’s time to overcome fear, anger and cowardice. We learn that all beings, living or spiritual, are aspects of God and deserving of our love. We see that most “attacks” are a cry for help. In our divine marriage, we cease to love selectively, as a human parent, spouse or patriot loves. We set course for the kingdom, a realm in which personal space and boundaries between beings do not exist. To claim our inheritance, we learn how to love and accommodate everyone, friendly or hostile, earthly or otherwise.

Follow the Beatitudes to Eden.

Matthew and Luke contain excellent advice for kingdom seekers. When you find yourself doing and experiencing the things Master did, all hope of rubbing shoulders with the “in” crowd evaporates. You will be looked down on, avoided. Some will despise you. You will mourn when others laugh. You will hunger for righteousness, but not the personal kind. And, you will discover that nothing is more glorious than the road to Eden. As you travel the narrow road, in the constant company of Father, Mother, Master and Soul, you will surely see God. Everywhere.

This concludes the first Revelation of the Soul.


7. Revelation of the Soul vs. Human Wisdom  

Christ at Mark 10 does not diminish the value of human marriage. To the contrary, Jesus reinforces the ideals by which men and women sacrifice their singleness to join together in love. While it is certainly a means to heaven, a good marriage is not more sacred or holy than any other loving relationship. If it were, Christ would have married and settled down.

Even so, why didn’t Jesus take a wife, as every Jewish Rabbi does? Then as now, it was highly unusual for a respected Rabbi such as Christ to remain single. Thus, we can confirm two vital concept within the Revelation of the Soul: 1) human marriage is not the way to the kingdom; 2) the true meaning of one flesh.

Embarkation

In a divine state there is no death, only everlasting life. According to the Gospel, we may 'The student is not above the teacher, but everyone who is fully trained will be like their teacher.' (Luke 6:40)attain an immortal state, just as the Savior did.

The journey to the kingdom begins when we ask Father to light our way. Then we devote heart and mind to our innate divinity: our lonely, neglected, immortal soul. During this time, we let 'I will give you the keys of the kingdom; whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.' (Matthew 16:19)loose all of mankind’s wisdom, pack lightly, and rely on heavenly instruction. From now on we follow only Father, Master, and our soul.

When you commit to the quest, the Holy Spirit will provide you with whatever you need to find Home. You may get an initial challenge question from Father. Do not fear, for your soul will provide you with the proper response. Then watch for odd occurrences when you are quiet and alone. Shut the door behind you while resting or praying in your room. Switch off the TV forever, for it advocates the deathly wisdom of the world system. Finally, always remember that you asked God for help! This simple truth can greatly ease your mind when God begins to reveal themselves to you.

The Golden Rule: Trust God

However your kingdom training occurs, be it joyous, troubling, or both, you must refrain from judgment of good and evil. It’s all good. From this point on, everything that comes at you comes directly from God. When darkness appears it is either part of your training or entirely your own. Be open with your Father. Share every thought no matter how awful, because he already knows and will help you ascend.

This concludes the second Revelation of the Soul.


8. Revelation of the Soul in Genesis One & Two  

Bible buffs, get ready for a shock. Insofar as I know, the Church ignored the greatest news of all time: we were born as angels.

“At the beginning of creation God made them male and female. Therefore what God has joined together let no one separate.”

Mark 10:6 + Genesis 1:27

The Revelation of the Soul manifests in Hebrew thought over 3,000 years ago. At Mark 10, Christ frees the secret wisdom from within the Law of Moses using two, carefully selected passages from Genesis. These reveal that in the beginning, “Adam” (mankind) is So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them. (Genesis 1:27)created male and female. Why is this a revelation? To the ancient priests, “male and female” means “in one flesh.” It does not mean man and woman.

To clarify, God joins above and below together in one physical body. The first humans, like ourselves today, are born as divine beings. For health and longevity, this marriage is more important, and carries a higher priority, than any other relationship on earth.

“Male with his apertures created He them.”

“Behold, I will create man in My image and likeness, of the character of the celestial beings (angels), while he will procreate after the nature of the terrestrial beings (animals). Therefore I will create him of the upper and lower elements: if he sins he will die; while if he does not sin, he will live.” [8]

The Immortal Kingdom Cover-up

Jesus’s teaching of one flesh made good sense to a Jewish audience. Those who were well schooled knew that he was proclaiming the union of masculine life to feminine spirit. But the Vatican brushed aside Christ’s life-saving Truth.

At the end of the fourth century, the Roman Church purged all trace of the feminine Holy Spirit from the Bible.[9] Today, 1.2 billion Roman Catholics, including a number of associated Christian groups, think that Genesis 1:27, “male and female God created them,” concerns human sexual gender. For them, Mark 10 is all about wives, husbands, and the absolute sacredness of human matrimony. Nothing could be further from the truth and we can easily prove it. Genesis Two (the source of Jesus’s second quote) states four times[10] that every child is born in one flesh, into the divine marriage of human with the immortal soul.

Then the Lord God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being.

Genesis 2:7

Adam + Eve = Divine Masculine + Divine Feminine

In Genesis Two, God does not create two people—just a human male named Adam. At Genesis 2:7 we are given this image of one flesh, as “the breath of life,” (Eve, the soul) is imbued in mankind. At this point in the tale, God’s Original image of man is manifest on earth. Immortal Adam, a true Son of God, is born. Creation is complete. The priests and scribes, however, do not stop there. One flesh is confirmed for a third time when Eve is Then the Lord God made a woman from the rib he had taken out of the man, and he brought her to the man. (Genesis 2:22)separated from Adam’s body. Finally, Adam’s fervid outburst expresses this fact:

The man said,
“This is now bone of my bones
and flesh of my flesh;
she shall be called ‘woman,’
for she was taken out of man.”

Genesis 2:23

For those still in doubt, consider that the Catholic elite—its popes, cardinals, priests, brothers and nuns—are forbidden to marry. Most don’t know this decree helps them achieve immortality in the earthly kingdom of God. Reinterpreted by the Roman Empire and upheld by today’s leaders of world order, the Bridegroom with the Bride, the very image of immortal Adam and Christ, is re-purposed. Instead of 'I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.' (Matthew 16:19)love between human and soul, today this term signifies the Catholic Church’s love for Christ.

Surely the Churches know the way to the kingdom and immortality. But, like the Pharisees and lawgivers in Jesus’s day, most religious faiths 'Woe to you experts in the law, because you have taken away the key to knowledge. You yourselves have not entered, and you have hindered those who were entering.' (Luke 11:52)refuse to teach it. As a result, every lost sheep is herded into death (heaven). Perhaps our leaders feel that one Christ is enough?

Rejoice in the Truth! YOU are the Bridegroom with the Bride!

This concludes the third Revelation of the Soul.


9. Adultery & Divorce: One Flesh Becomes Two  

The separation of Eve from Adam’s body dissolves the divine marriage and leads to the Fall of Man.

At But for Adam, no suitable helper was found.Genesis 2:20 the scribes note that immortal man isn’t quite satisfied with creation. Even while in the direct presence of God, Adam feels lonely. So, filled with love for his child, God separates the divine feminine from the masculine. “Eve,” formerly Adam’s soul, is placed in the physical world. In other words, the object of human love shifts from God to people and things. Material desire begins to exceed our love for God. The first reported case of adultery is underway. But it’s not a breach between man and woman. Unlike sexual adultery, this grave condition creates a gulf between humans and God.

While Adam and Eve revel in material love, neither seem to realize their deadly mistake. Divorce from Holy Spirit, followed by a worldly marriage, will soon bring death to the Sons and Daughters of God. The problem is that Adam’s second marriage to the human girl, Eve, is not of the divine variety. Worse, it is the very nature of adultery, as Jesus explains at Mark 10:

“Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery against her. And if she divorces her husband and marries another man, she commits adultery.”

Mark 10:11-12 + Matthew 19:9

At this point, Christ’s words in Mark 10 and Matthew 19 have led us back almost thirty centuries. During a series of revelations, we’ve learned that Eden is still accessible. We also received the keys to the kingdom. We have not, however, learned the rights and wrongs of Paradise living.

For Married Kingdom Seekers

Paul writes at length on the potential for conflict between marriage and entering the kingdom of God. In an exclusive marital relationship, spouses who seek to love and honor God first will find it difficult to maintain that commitment. Loving what is created (another person) more than the Creator stands in direct conflict with Christ’s earnest advice to kingdom seekers.

An unmarried man is concerned about the Lord’s affairs—how he can please the Lord. But a married man is concerned about the affairs of this world—how he can please his wife—and his interests are divided. An unmarried woman or virgin is concerned about the Lord’s affairs: her aim is to be devoted to the Lord in both body and spirit. But a married woman is concerned about the affairs of this world—how she can please her husband.
1 Corinthians 7:32-35

Inception of Death and Hardship

After distancing ourselves from God, mankind craves to become just like him. Right on schedule comes the serpent, bearing 'For God knows that when you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.' (Genesis 3:5)information on that which we desire most: God’s power.

Despite all of the good things our loving God has given us, Adam loves his human wife more. We reject our maker and ingest the poison fruit of power. As a result, man’s adultery against God and soul turns fatal. Our lust for each other and dreams of personal glory and godhood obstruct the soul’s breath of life. This marks the inception of 'By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food, until you return to the ground, since from it you were taken; for dust you are, and to dust you will return.' (Genesis 3:19)death, the end of God placed on the east side of the Garden of Eden cherubim and a flaming sword flashing back and forth to guard the way to the tree of life. (Genesis 3:24)Eden, and the beginning of endless hardship in this, the kingdom of man.

This concludes the fourth Revelation of the Soul.


10. Two Roads, Two Worlds… Heaven or Kingdom?  

In Christ’s day, much scriptural and rabbinical thought was available on marriage, divorce, and the Law of Moses. Why did Jesus choose the first two books of the Bible as source material for his reply to the Pharisees? These books describe two different worlds!

That is exactly why. Genesis One depicts the “good” world that God creates. Genesis Two, and the books that follow show how material desire leads to the world we live in today. Now, the next Revelation of the Soul: in Matthew, Luke, and John, Christ identifies two paths to God. The first is through life, the second through death. Many readers will recognize these two paths, which are called The Narrow and Wide Gates.

“Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.

Matthew 7:13-14 + Luke 13:23-24 + John 11:25-26

Genesis One: Narrow Road (Kingdom of God)

Revelation of the Soul states that the first two books of the Bible are in fact a detailed map of the two roads that lead us back to God. Genesis One establishes the divine marriage, immortal life, and mankind’s dominion over all of creation, except for God and other humans. We respect all life. There exist no compacts or oaths such as marriage or national citizenship. Humans do not create families, because everyone is family. We don’t form tribes, nations, or go to war against ourselves. There exists only infinite glory, love, oneness, and eternal life in a living body. This is the image of the earthly kingdom of God.

Consciously living the reality of Genesis One (the divine marriage), is the narrow road to life—our inheritance.

Genesis Two: Broad Road (Kingdom of Heaven)

Most of us are consciously living Genesis Two (the divorce), and all of the books which follow. While on the broad road, we live in division, separation and death. Mankind are not masters of our world. Due to our endless thirst for power without the sense to wield it, we’ve become our own helpless slaves in a realm where nothing survives for long. Our world wounds, traumatizes, destroys life of every kind. For safety, human beings form marriages, families, nations, and exclusive alliances with certain people. We hold mistrust and enmity for those not of our tribe.

Much of the above is considered ‘good behavior’ in mankind’s world. Indeed, suspicion and revenge against brothers and sisters is taught in schools, encouraged by parents, politicians, and also our religious creeds. We die, praying that we make it to heaven, although no one knows for certain what that is. We have no revelation of heaven.

While Genesis One is complete and perfect unto itself, the story line at Genesis Two extends to the world we inhabit today. We are living and dying in the very world God urged Adam not to create. Even so, nothing in Scripture says we may not return to our Original home.

To attain our inheritance, the earthly kingdom at the beginning of the world, the sons of man must become Sons of God…and return to the beginning of the world.

This concludes the fifth Revelation of the Soul.

The Disciples say to Yeshua: Tell us how our end shall be. Yeshua says: Have you then discovered the Origin, so that you inquire about the end? For at the place where the origin is, there shall be the end. Blest is he who shall stand at the Origin—and he shall know the end, and he shall not taste death.

Thomas 18


“But many who are first will be last, and the last first.”

Mark 10:29-31

11. Two Powers of the Resurrection  

A few years after embarking on the Way, I thought I believed in the Resurrection. I believed that Master’s sacrifice and atonement for sin (death) made me worthy of endless life in the kingdom. Twice each day, I affirmed my beliefs during prayer time. In spite of that, at odd moments I plainly heard the words, “you still don’t believe.”

After the third or fourth time, it began to feel like a black comedy. Then, while struggling with this exegesis, I learned what I had missed. What everyone missed. May this final Revelation of the Soul enlighten and empower you as much as it has for me.

Belief in the Resurrection (Death)

Belief in the Resurrection brings us halfway home. We believe that Christ died so that our spirit may go to heaven. How does this work? Jesus’s death and return to life cleanse our spirit via proxy, or ransom. Our belief in his selfless act secures the potential for some portion of our being to exist in the afterlife.

Christianity ceases all teachings beyond this point.

Belief in the Ascension (Life)

Like many other aspects of the Revelation of the Soul, the meaning of the Resurrection is twofold. Most believers know little beyond what the churches teach. Thus, very few posses the conviction to pursue their inheritance in the earthly kingdom of God. If you believe, as I do, that Christ came to show us the true child of God, his he was taken up before their very eyes, and a cloud hid him from their sight. (Acts 1:9)Ascension in a living human body is proof that we, too, need not die.

If a human being can be raised from the dead, can he not also ascend? Through a firm belief in the Resurrection and the Ascension, we need not taste death at all. First, however, the two must “become one flesh.”

The Bridegroom with the Bride (You!)

The awesome power of divine marriage is seen in Christ’s miracles. His bodily Ascension is aimed at us, not just himself. First, we become like the Teacher. When joined with spirit, as two in one flesh, we can travel to God’s infinite realms. To the kingdom. To Eden. Still in doubt? The All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit enabled them. (Acts 2:4)Anointing of the Disciples guarantees that the Holy Spirit will assist every true believer to follow after Christ.

…the dead in Christ will rise first. After that, we who are still alive and are left will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will be with the Lord forever.

1 Thessalonians 4:17


Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die. Do you believe this?”

John 11:24-26


Those who say that the Lord first died and then arose are confused. For first he arose and then he died. If someone first acquires the resurrection, he will not die; as God lives, that one was not going to die.

Philip 22


“…and they can no longer die; for they are like the angels. They are God’s children, since they are children of the resurrection.”

Luke 20:34–36

12. The Passion of Divine Marriage  

In the days when Eve was within Adam, there was no death. When she was separated from him, death came to be. If she again enters and he receives her to him, death shall no longer be.
Philip 76

Eve will take us back. If we take her back. Seekers arise, in the Revelation of the Soul! While searching for cross references to Philip, I chanced upon Song of Solomon, a perfect description of the rapture I feel with my dear soul. May you also taste the ecstasy of one flesh with your Adam or Eve!

Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth!
For your love is better than wine;
your anointing oils are fragrant;
your name is oil poured out;
therefore virgins love you.
Draw me after you; let us run.
The king has brought me into his chambers.

Song of Solomon

The soul of Adam came into being by a Spirit, whose mate is the Christ… Those who are separated shall be mated and the empty shall be filled. Everyone who enters the Bedroom shall be born in the Light.
Philip 87/142

A garden locked is my sister, my bride,
a spring locked, a fountain sealed.

As a lily among brambles,
so is my love among the young women.

As an apple tree among the trees of the forest,
so is my beloved among the young men.

If someone becomes a Son of the Bridal-Chamber he shall receive the Light. He who has received that Light shall not be seen, nor shall anyone be able to disturb one of this nature, even if he socializes in the world. For him the world has become eternity. It is revealed to him individually—not hidden in the darkness or the night, but in a Perfect Day and a Holy Light.
Philip 143

My beloved speaks and says to me:
“Arise, my love, my beautiful one,
and come away,
for behold, the winter is past;
the rain is over and gone.
The flowers appear on the earth,
the time of singing has come,
and the voice of the turtledove
is heard in our land.
Arise, my love, my beautiful one,
and come away.”

13. Revelation of the Soul: Sources of Exegetic Testimony  

In addition to the Apostle '...he who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies because of his Spirit who lives in you.' (Romans 8:13)Paul, with regard to the divine marriage there exists another man who bears firsthand witness of Christ and the Twelve. Philip corroborates the Revelation of the Soul in concise, conceptual terms. In truth, Gospel of Philip describes much of my own experience. To discover the Bridegroom with the Bride, see Paterson Brown’s thoughtfully annotated translation. For Christ’s views on immortality, visit this page. Rekindle your divine marriage here. ‌

The author of the deciding view is not the Apostle, but Philip—one of “the seven” disciples of the Twelve. Only Phillip’s text provides summation, identifies the cause and inception of death, and argues for the triumphant return of the Divine Pair to its previous state of glory. Indeed, what the scribes term Adam, Son of Man, or in the gospels, the Bridegroom with the Bride, is the Original image and nature of every person alive today.

Who is Philip the Evangelist?

The evangelist has no new truth of his own to declare, no new theories of his own to frame. The message which he has to deliver is not his own, but God’s; and it must be his constant endeavor to learn that message for himself, and then, as God’s servant, to announce it to others. Men may receive his message. If they do not, he dare not substitute any other.”
Men of the Bible | Rev. George Milligan, M.A., D.D. (1860 — 1934)

Numbered among the 72 Disciples of Christ,[11] Philip’s credibility is beyond repute. The evangelist is featured four times in Acts of the Apostles, including an extended personal visit from Luke and Paul.[12] Based on the above, we may be reasonably certain that Philip bears authentic witness of Christ, both directly and through the Apostles who were with the Risen Lord until his Ascension. Due to Philip’s documented miracles, his success in Samaria, and the conversions of Simon Magus and the Ethiopian (or eunuch), “Saint Philip the Deacon”[13] is commemorated on October 11 in the Catholic, Lutheran, Episcopal, and Eastern Orthodox Churches (January 4).

Neither Scripture nor history record St. Philip’s death. According to Smith’s Bible Dictionary, our last glimpse of him in the New Testament appears in the account of St. Paul’s journey to Jerusalem. [14] ‌

Author’s Testimony

Revelation of the Soul - The SphragisThe Holy Spirit transmitted Revelation of the Soul over a span of four years. Soon after requesting heavenly instruction, I received a large, luminous manifestation of the Sphragis (the Seal of the Holy Spirit). In fall of 2012 (two months later) I first encountered my immortal soul. Then I received ongoing appearances of textual symbols, cloud and light. Early on, my full name twice appeared in the air above me, set within lines of otherwise unrecognizable script.

The manifestations and direct wisdom provided by my Father, Christ, and soul have increased over time. The divine marriage bestowed in me a heightened awareness of the presence, oneness, and glorious love of God; curative and sensory gifts such as physical healing of self and others via prayer, proxy, and healing hands; the ability to work with the light; visual, auditory, and verbal interaction with inexplicable spectral life forms and divine ‘helper’ beings. At first upsetting—sometimes frightening—then and now, Eve and myself continue to love, share and rejoice in God, life, and creation.

— Andrew Michael, January 1, 2016


Footnotes to Revelation of the Soul

  1. The Separation of Eve from Adam. (Genesis 2:22 – 23)
  2. Inheritance/Kingdom of God. (Matthew 25:34)
  3. Divine marriage (allegorical): one flesh. Mankind’s mystical union with God before the Separation. (Gen 1:26-27 + 2:7-2:20)
  4. Divine Origin. “So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” (Genesis 1:27)
  5. The Greek New Testament, ed. K. Aland, A. Black, C. M. Martini, B. M. Metzger, and A. Wikgren, in cooperation with INTF, United Bible Societies, 3rd edition, (United Bible Societies, Stuttgart 1983), p. 164.
  6. Law of Moses. Refers primarily to first five books of the Hebrew Bible, beginning with Genesis.
  7. Rabbi Simlai, 3rd century. “God created Adam from dust and Eve from Adam, but henceforth God would create humans ‘in Our image, after Our likeness,’ neither man without woman nor woman without man, and neither of them without the Divine Spirit (Shechinah, the indwelling nurturing presence of God, designated with a feminine noun). (The Soncino Press, London 1939) p. 60. (Midrash Rabbah)
  8. Rabbinic interpretation of Genesis 1:27 for King Ptolemy II Philadelphus c. 283 – 246 BC. (The Soncino Press, London 1939) p. 61 – 62. (Midrash Rabbah)
  9. Feminine gender of the Holy Spirit. (article)
  10. “To prepare the way for the account of the fall, chapter 2 gives certain added details about man’s Original condition.” Archer, Gleason; 1960.
  11. The 72 (or 70) Disciples. Those to whom Jesus gave the ability to heal and received favor before God. (Luke 10:16–20)  (historical account)
  12. Philip the Evangelist in Acts of the Apostles.
    (Acts 6:5-6; 8:4-14; 8:26-40; 21:8-14)
  13. Saint Philip in the Christian Church. (historical account)
  14. Smith’s Bible Dictionary (historical account)

Image Credit
“Le poeme de l’Ame” (The Poem of the Soul) by Louis Janmot (1854), from Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository (view image)


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