45] I could tell you of immense numbers of like cruelties; you would see nothing but all sorts of crucifixions, through which the people’s earthly lives are taken.
46] But look: All these cruelties are scarcely viewed as a dewdrop against the world ocean, which is, in fact, poor humanity’s spiritual maltreatment. For if someone likes to separate one limb after another from the body, the body will only endure such torture up to a certain degree.
47] Once it becomes too much to bear for the soul, she will before long release herself from her shell in union with the spirit. Hereafter, the tyrant can pinch, whip, burn, and grind the body; in short, the tyrant can then do whatever cruelty he likes and wants to do with the victim; it is no different than if one of you does the same to his own coat after he took it off; this is because the body is only able to feel pain for as long as the soul is fixed firmly in the same body.
48] As already stated, as soon as she has risen [from her body], after it has become too unbearable for her, all the pain stopped.
49] The sheer mistreatment of the soul and the spirit, in order to enslave or shackle the immortal spirit for such an profit-seeking and avaricious purpose [or application], is more, yes I say endlessly more cruel than all physical cruelties that are committed on the entire earth. Do you think it is hereafter [in heaven] easy to convert such slaves-spirits in their freedom? –
Why did Paul preach obediance to authorities, when there are and always were many tyrants as rulers?
From Hell to Heaven (Robert Blum) chap. 16 - chap. 25
The Lord promises realisation of just desires, with certain reservations. Robert’s fiery denunciation of tyrants.
1. Say I: “Your answer to My most portentous life query was quite good, and is the more commendable as it comes straight from your heart. I can but say unto you that I can respond to all your aspirations to the extent it is in My power.
2. “There is only one thing that I cannot reconcile with your otherwise philanthropic thinking and dealing. And that is the certain pleasure you afforded yourself on Earth when one or the other bigoted aristocrat was made a head shorter by the so-called Proletariat!
3. “Thus I recall that a meeting in Vienna, you yourself, amid much applause, exclaimed: ‘Things shall not improve in Austria or some other countries until at least a few hundred notables are decapitated!’ Tell me honestly, whether this proceeded fully from your will? Or was this thrown in only to give greater emphasis to your oration?”
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