Raison D'être: The false 'son-of-god' uncovered

“Religion has actually convinced people that there's an invisible man living in the sky who watches everything you do, every minute of every day. And the invisible man has a special list of ten things he does not want you to do. And if you do any of these ten things, he has a special place, full of fire and smoke and burning and torture and anguish, where he will send you to live and suffer and burn and choke and scream and cry forever and ever 'til the end of time! ...but He loves you. He loves you, and He needs money! He always needs money! He's all-powerful, all-perfect, all-knowing, and all-wise, somehow just can't handle money!” — Comedian George Carlin, in speaking of Roman Catholicism


Knowing that God and the 'Son'-of-God were both real and approachable, still, the "Jesus" with whom the observer grew up was forever elusive, making it seem as if the observer wasn't holy enough to dialogue with him. 

Disappearing and then reappearing further away with each approach, as if a mirage or movie screen image, and with the Church’s ‘Jehovah’ doing likewise, the observer knew it wasn't because he lacked faith, but most likely that these beings were only masquerading as the godhood -- that these characters were gaming the faithful of not just one, but hundreds of churches -- THAT HE'D BEEN PLAYED! 

Already invested as an Apostolic Bishop, the observer's post-doctrinal studies further uncovered the Christian religion as utterly fantastic, whereupon he disavowed both it and his ordination for partnership with the real supreme deities he knew were behind the masquerade. For he had indeed found the Church characters of Jesus and Jehovah as only mimics, and upon disavowing both pretenders was he able to touch God and Son-of-God -- solidifying his partnership with each actual one.

Upon leaving the Church however, he was hit with several debilitating strokes and illnesses that warped his writing skills. Yet he slugged through them to compile that which he'd verified of God and the Son-of-God—both of whom countenance no religion—and this after seeing Christianity as a massive hoax on mankind and the template to which all other deist religions try outperform.

Hence his subsequent findings show themselves as totally unforgettable and nothing short of epiphanous.

These findings consist of notes describing the actual supreme ultimate God, the creator of all things, which then goes on to entail God's retinue of angels, beginning with the first one we now call the Son-of-God, and going on to include twelve more of what are now called, archangels, and explains that the one who initially resisted God became the reason this universe (space/time continuum) was thrown out for he to play in -- to pretend to be it's god.

Including rectification of false Christian teachings, God is shown as having made billions more angels after the first arch-angels, whereupon a third of those billions who resisted Him were sent to the earth to think again - with millions of those billions sycophantly joining the original fallen archangel in hope of lording it over the others.

Much later, after the Son-of-God's Resurrection miracle, the Romans formed a state-religion claiming the miracle as their own. So while not the mother of all deist hoaxes, Christianity's proliferation encourages others into keeping-up with it. These actions are presented later in the series. 

The gist of this series is, therefore, that God is using earth to cull those still loyal to Him back into heaven, while the recalcitrant try to stall and divert others into worshiping various guises of Luciferic gods instead, hopefully getting them to blaspheme God in order to prevent their heavenly return.

Very much aware of the verse in the bible's Luke 12, which reads that; "To whom much is given will much be required (abridged)," the observer as author, wishes this series to show our lives here as a testing ground—a boot camp—for all who wish an afterlife in God's realm. It is his hope that a very many make it.

Roger Ffolkes