25. But Pura took a little walk with Naeme, and both entreated God and, resigning themselves to their fate, sacrificed their pious curiosity to the Lord and amid sighs glorified and praised the Father full of love, grace and mercy.
26. As these two were thus heaving a sigh, behold, there came a man from midday and went straight towards the two. When the latter noticed this, they wanted to flee; but the man went after them and soon overtook them.
THE STRANGER WITH PURA, NAEME AND GHEMELA IN DISCUSSION ON THE HILL OF BEGETTING. THE OTHER WOMEN ARE HORRIFIED
(22nd March 1843)
When the man had overtaken the two, and that a considerable distance closer to the spot where the two could have reached the other women to flee with the same into the hut of Uranion, they began to call for help.
2. But the man said to them: "Listen to me, you two, you, Naeme, and you, Pura!
3. "I tell you truly and faithfully not to be so afraid of me; for I have no evil intentions with you but am planning only something exceedingly good, something that will benefit you in the highest degree.
4. "So proceed without fear with me in the direction of Purista's hut, and about thirty paces from the hut, by the beautiful cedar in the middle of a grassy hillock, we will discuss glorious and important things."
5. When the two had heard this from the man they felt relieved and Pura, emboldened, dared to ask the man who and from where he was since he knew their names and only wanted to do them good, for they could not possibly remember having seen him anywhere, either in the lowlands or on the height.
6. Thereupon the man said to them: "My beloved daughters of an exceedingly good Father, is this something miraculous in our present already very populous time?
7. "Look, you are at home on the full height of the main patriarchs, and they are well-known to all dwellers of the height; thus also you are known since, as I said, you are at home with the main patriarchs. So if I, too, recognize you, what is so miraculous?
8. "Whence and who I am, you will surely be able to fathom without much reflection. For you saw me come from midday, and this answers the 'whence' automatically; for from where I come, from there I am.
9. "Since you certainly see in me a man and by no means a bird or other animal, the answer to the 'who I am' will be clearer than that to the 'whence'.
10. "So do no longer ask me about things which, as far as is needed at present, must catch your eye at once, but rather go with me at once to the destined spot! There I shall clearly inform you as to how matters stand with the lowlands; for I was a witness from beginning to end of all that happened during that time in the lowlands and even know precisely what is going on there today.
11. "So join me so that for your great consolation you may learn about all this earlier than all the others in the hut of Purista; for to my knowledge you were praying during this time most frequently and fervently day and night to God for the deliverance of the lowlands from perdition. Therefore it is right and proper, and so follow me."
12. Hearing these assurances, the two did according to the man's bidding and at once went with him without further fear to the destined spot.
13. But the two did not know that this spot was a hallowed one which no female was allowed to enter; thus it happened that when the other women noticed from Uranion's hut that the two proceeded to this hallowed spot, and that with a stranger, they rushed up to them and full of fear informed them about it. Even Ghemela called the two back timidly.
14. But the man asked the women and in particular Ghemela: "What about this spot? Is not the whole earth created by God and thus equally hallowed everywhere?
15. "If you women are not allowed to enter this spot because of its holiness, you may just as well remove yourselves from the entire earth; for no place on it is less holy - than this here!
16. "You yourselves follow the somewhat foolish lawful custom of copulating under this very same tree before sunrise because in the region of the morning a copulation elsewhere is declared a sin.
17. "If you believe not to defile this spot with your carnal desire, these two with their purest spiritual desire in God should do so even less.
18. "So you can retreat again; for I with my two beloved shall not leave this place! - But you, Ghemela, are allowed to come up to us; for I know you and that you are faithful in your love."
19. But Ghemela answered the man: "What are you demanding of me? Do you not know that the Lord has tied me to Lamech and that my heart must remain in the Lord always and forever?"
20. But the man spoke to her: "Knowing that, I call you up to me for that very reason! But as always, it is up to you to follow this call or not. If you want to, come, and if you do not want to, return at once with the others to Uranion's hut."
21. Thereupon Ghemela said to the man: "Good, wise man, your voice mightily attracts me to you; If you would and could make my excuse to Lamech, I, too, would like to go to you."
22. But the man replied to Ghemela, saying: "Not I, but Lamech, your husband, will excuse you personally, namely, to me! So do what you think fit."
23. Here Ghemela tore herself away from the other women, rushed up to the man with the two and, sitting down at the man's feet, soon admired the cleanness of the same.
24. But the women standing below were sulky at the boldness of the man and in particular at that of the, by now, three females.
25. And Uranion's wife gave a loud scream and said: "Today of all days such unheard-of disgrace must be brought upon us as the Lord is being expected in the hut! What will the fathers say when they see such disgrace? Three women and, what is more, the most beautiful! - with a strong-looking man in broad daylight in the place of copulation! - O disgrace, disgrace, disgraces!"
26. But the man spoke: ''Yes, indeed a great disgrace, - but not on me, but on your great folly! Now go and be quiet, or I shall know how to seal your mouth!"
27. Here the women fell silent and the man began to reveal to the three all that had happened in the lowlands and how matters now stood there.
28. When the three had heard this in convincing clarity, they began to rejoice loudly and glorified and praised God for such great mercy.
29. But the other women thought that the man was having an affair with the three; and they ran to the hut of Purista and shouted to the men what was happening out there.
URANION'S WELL-AIMED ANSWER TO THE SHOUTING WOMEN. GHEMELA AND THE STRANGER, WHO FINALLY REVEALS HIMSELF AS THE LORD. THE LOVE-SCENE ON THE HILLOCK AND THE OUTCRY OF THE OTHER WOMEN. ENOCH AND THE LORD
(23rd March 1843)
When the women had been shouting for a while outside Purista's hut, Uranion finally stepped outside and asked them, somewhat vexed, what great danger had arisen for them to bawl so madly and was someone trying to take their lives.
2. And the women pointed their fingers to the grassy hillock and said: "Just look there the great disgrace! And this today when you expect the Lord! A strong, vigorous young man who came from God knows where, has just picked up the youngest three women, led them onto the hallowed hillock and is probably having an affair with them!
3. 'There! Just look how the three embrace him and nestle against him that it is a pleasure to watch!
4. "No, this disgrace today when the Lord's messengers with the exalted Enoch have arrived here and, as we said, when the Lord promised our Purista to appear before all of us!
5. "Go and at least drive the despicable ones from the spot!"
6. But Uranion replied to them: "You know what? If this matter arouses your fancy so much, do not look there and you will at once feel better! Why should I scatter the invited guests since they do us no harm?
7. "As far as the hallowed grassy hillock is concerned, it is in that certain respect only of importance among us; for strangers not knowing this it is like any other place.
8. "So set your minds at rest and no longer disturb us in the hut where we are waiting for the Lord! Once the Lord will appear, He will know how to deal with such transgressions; as for you, be quiet and at peace! Amen."
9. After these words Uranion closed the door of the hut and let the women go. 10. When the women saw that their complaint had achieved nothing, they angrily acquiesced railing only secretly at the three women and no less at the man; but they were particularly enraged at the women.
11. And Ghemela asked the man whether he was present when the Lord was staying on the height for several days teaching them the true paths of salvation.
12. And the man replied to Ghemela: "Listen, you beloved of the Lord, was I present at the time? - Be assured that I did not miss anything. I even know how the Lord carried you on His hands, how He comforted and strengthened Naeme, and how He lifted up Pura, pressed her to His heart and made her a very great promise! From this you may deduce that I was certainly also present at the time."
13. Here Ghemela blushed and said to herself, sighing longingly: "Oh! Such an infinitely blissful moment I shall certainly never again be able to enjoy on this earth."
14. But the man said to her: "Who knows what may happen today when the Lord will come, - provided He has not already arrived?
15. "Ghemela, give me a good look! Would you not also like to sit on my arms?"
16. At this Ghemela, inflamed with a secret love for him, gave a secret look to the man and discovered in him a strong resemblance to the, by her, forever most beloved Abedam, the Lord and Father of heaven and earth, and said after some moments of silence:
17. "Listen, you most wise man who is also worthy of all love, your account of the conditions of the lowlands, which was so vivid as to make me believe I had been a witness to all this·- as Naeme and Pura, nestling against you and rejoicing over you, affirmed and are still affirming pining at your loins -, was more than merely human!
18. "If moreover I look at you more closely noticing in you a close resemblance between you and Abedam - and besides your sweet inviting voice which moves me mightily, - behold, I want to throw myself on your arm at once, if only the other mothers were not so awful who keep busily spying around to see what we are doing.
19. "Oh, if it were up to me, - I would have been on your hands long ago.
But the awful mothers there! No, - I really do not dare! And if then - maybe even the Lord came along - and Lamech! -, oh, things might take a bad turn with me!
20. "Of course, I like you only so much because you bear so much resemblance to the Lord and talk as He does and your voice totally resembles His; and this should really excuse me. Yes, yes, this should completely excuse me!
21. "Oh, therefore I should certainly like to sit on your arm. It should be great bliss to sit on your arm. If only I knew that no one would take offence at it, and in particular: If the Lord did not take it amiss, I should certainly like to follow your invitation."
22. But the man spoke to Ghemela: "Listen, you My daughter, be unconcerned on account of the Lord. If the Father takes you on His arms, the Lord will not look at you with angry eyes; so come to Me, the Father, full of confidence!"
23. Here Ghemela fully realized Who the Man was, uttered a scream of the greatest delight and threw herself in a somewhat unseemly manner at His breast. And the Father pressed her also with His hands to His heart and said to her and to the other two:
24. “O My dearest little daughters, love your Father with all the strength of your heart! For you were the last and were locked out of the hut; this is why you are now the first to whom I came. So enjoy My love in its fullness! -- But do not reveal Me as yet, for the others must recognize Me spontaneously."
25. When the other women saw this scene, they were done for; raising an outcry, they ran again to the hut of Purista and raised such a mighty din there that all the guests, including Purista, were frightened out of the hut.
26. When they were all outside, the women drew their attention to the scene on the grassy hillock.
27. But Enoch signed for them to be silent and said: "If it is nothing else but this, this din was in earnest quite unnecessary; but for the sake of peace I will go and tell the four to depart from this silly spot."
28. And Enoch went there and at once recognized the Lord.
29. But the Lord said to Enoch: "Enoch, send also Purista to Me for the healing of the great foolishness of these women, so that the foolishness may be nipped in the bud. But do not reveal Me as yet; tell only Sehel that I am here and summon him to Me after a while. Amen."
ADAM'S CURIOUS QUESTION AND ENOCH'S ANSWER. PURISTA IS SUMMONED TO THE HILLOCK BY THE LORD. THE ANGER OF THE WOMEN. A GOSPEL FOR WOMEN BY EVE. ENOCH AND SEHEL
THE TRANSFIGURATION OF SEHEL
(24th March 1843)
When Enoch had heard this from the Lord, he glorified and praised in the spirit of his great love the most faithful and loving Father and at once followed His sublime sign.
2. When he came back and the Lord with the three pure beings was still in that spot, even Adam asked Enoch who the man might be who did not even follow Enoch's bidding,
3. Thereupon Enoch said to Adam and to the others: "The man does not leave the spot because I by no means ordered or advised him to go; and I did not do this because I deemed it quite unnecessary. This is the preliminary reason; the following one you will recognize early enough in all its clarity."
4. Here Purista stepped up to Enoch and asked him: "Exalted, sole High Priest of the almighty God on this earth! Do you not think that the Most Holy One tarries because we tolerate the scene which is so repulsive to the mothers and to which not even you seem to object?"
5. But Enoch asked Purista, saying: "Listen, you glorious Purista, do you perchance find anything unseemly in this scene?
6. "Behold, I recognized the Man at first glance and found in Him true, purest love and the most sublime, divine, profound wisdom when in a few words He made me realize that I with all my high priestly wisdom am a mere bungler when compared to Him.
7. "However, since this is an irrefutable fact according to this my testimony, I cannot see why we should not tolerate this and why exactly this should be the reason for the Lord's delay?
8. "On the contrary, He will be here by far earlier because of it than you would have expected Him.
9. "Just look at Lamech and Hored, whose wives are with the Man and are head over heels in love with Him! Look, the two would have first right to remonstrate with their wives about their behavior and to drive them from the spot; but they are quiet and, lovingly sacrificing everything to the Lord, say to themselves: 'The Lord knows about it and in His holy love has a reason for allowing this.'
10. "If those whom the shoe pinches do not lament, - what reason should we others have to do so?
11. "But listen to me further, you glorious Purista! - Look, the Man there spoke to me and said: 'Enoch, send Me for the healing of these women's folly also Purista!' - What are you going to do now?"
12. Here Purista blushed and after a while said to Enoch, greatly embarrassed: "But Enoch! What do you demand of me - and what that man yonder? Do you not know what commandment the Lord gave me?"
13. And Enoch answered her: "I know it as well as you; for your hut must be under my authority since the Lord has endowed me with all the spiritual authority on earth. All the same I, the sole High Priest of God on earth, tell you: Go to that Man for the benefit of all the women of this region; for if you do not go, the Lord will not appear! So follow my advice."
14. When Enoch said this, Purista blushed with shame, not knowing what to do. After a while she pulled herself together again and turned to Enoch, asking him:
15. "You said before that you had fully recognized the man at once; would you therefore not tell me who the man is?"
16. And Enoch replied to her: "Glorious Purista, you are now cleansed, and so I can tell you in secret that the Man said to me to tell you to come to Him because He is the Lord! - But for the moment be silent and go. Amen."
17. When Purista had heard this, like Ghemela she uttered a loud cry full of the greatest delight and ran to the Lord. Arrived there, she threw herself at His holy feet, clasped them and covered them with tears of joy and the purest love.
18. But the Lord lifted her up and took her onto His arm, too. (HHG vol. 2, chap. )
01] As with the worshipping of God everybody, except for Henoch and the four pure maidens who were enjoying the company of the Father, became greatly afraid of the man on the grassy knoll, thinking that this man will slowly finish off each one of them, similarly to what He had done to the great Sehel, the Lord said to Purista:
02] "Listen, My beloved cook! W hat do you think we should do to free the foolish people of their fear and make them recognize Me as their sole true Father and God without harming their freedom? For if I revealed Myself to them suddenly - especially to the women - it would cost them their lives, some of them even their whole existence! So tell Me and give Me some advice as to what should be done!"
03] This question startled the magnificent Purista to such an extent that she began to cry, believing the Father wanted to punish her thereby.
04] But the Lord looked kindly at the weeping maiden and said to her: "Look at Me, My little daughter, and then tell Me then in your heart, whether someone who wants to punish looks as I do now and will be looking forever to those, who have, like you, loved Me, are still loving Me and will be loving Me for ever? Well, what do you say to this question, My beloved daughter?"
05] Hereby Purista was encouraged to speak again and said quite timidly: "No, no, dearest, best,
Holy Father, You cannot possibly be bad or even angry, this I clearly recognize now. However,
concerning Your earlier question to me the most weak one, it is clear as daylight to me that it would be the greatest arrogance on my part deserving severe punishment if I dared give to You, the most infinitive Wisdom, my advice, telling You what You should do!
06] Oh, I cannot even think of it without trembling, to provide, You, God, the almighty Creator of heaven and earth, some advice; therefore, I pray that You, My best, dearest, holy Father, to spare me such a request!"
07] Therefore the Father said to Purista: "Listen, My beloved little daughter, you still do not understand Me quite fully. So pay very close attention to what I'm going to say to you now!
08] Behold, you now fear to sin before Me if it’s My fatherly wish that you give Me some childlike advice, realizing that My divine, eternal wisdom never ever needs any council and I therefore also manage everything in the best way - whatever the situation may be!
09] If this is undeniably true, how is it that you have asked Me for various things and I have always granted and given you what you have asked Me for? What else is such a petition but a devout suggestion by which the petitioner tells Me in a pious manner what I should do?!
10] Does the petitioner not know that I am supremely wise most loving and good? And if he knows that, how can he ask Me for something? He must necessarily assume that I, as supreme Wisdom and Love, will surely do, without his request the very best and wise thing, at the right time
11] Consequently, what a great and evil sinner must be the one who through his request and suggestion wants to move Me to do something for him contrary to My supreme divine wisdom?"
12] Here, Purista and the other three began to hit their chests, and all of them said: "O Lord, be
merciful to us for then we are the most despicable sinners before You!"
13] And the Lord said to them: "Yes, listen, My daughters, if you continue like this you will increase your sins. For you, Purista, have just given Me advice again with your request to show you mercy."
14] Here Purista exclaimed in great anguish and sadness and said, "Oh, for the sake of Your divinity, what have I, poor fool, done?!"
15] And Ghemela said, also weeping pitiably: "Thus we are all lost!"
16] Also Naeme and Pura were at their wit’s end for fear and grief.
17] But the Lord embraced all of them and pressed them to his most sacred chest saying: "Daughters, are you then unhappy and lost at My chest since I, your Creator and Father, carry you with ardent love visibly in My arms and comfort you as a mother her tender beloved infant?”
18] This question brought the four back to their senses, and Purista replied smiling through tears: "O You best Father! Then we are actually not lost! But - we are - still - sinners - before You?”
19] The Father replied to her: "If you were sinners, you could not be with Me; but because you are not sinners, you are My dearest daughters, whom I now carry on My arms.
20] I, as the Father, do want My loving children to advise Me as if I needed their advice, and I will also let them do things as if I needed their deeds and support.
21] For all these things I do as a Father to my children out of My great love, and I guide their advice and deeds in such a way, that I still reach My goal.
22] Therefore, you, My little daughter, must advise Me now what I should do, and I shall do only what you suggest to Me!"
23] Only now did Purista take heart again, embraced around the Father's neck, kissed Him fervently and said: "O, also let all the women out of love for You go into my kitchen with us and there, if it pleases You, let all of us recognize, love and adore You as the dear Holy Father!"
24] And the Lord said: "Amen, so be it! And so let us go into the hut!"
25] But Ghemela asked the Father: "Father, may we be close to You in the hut too?"
26] And the Lord said, "Daughters, just like here, also in the hut; because I am everywhere and
always the same good Father! And thus follow Me confidently! Amen." (HHG vol. 3, chap. 1)
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