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Laecontes

 

Pronunciation:  leh-KAHN-tehs

Occurrences:  43

First Reference:  4th Endowment 26:4

 

Now there passed another two thousand years, and there was born in the city of Sinope, a young man who became an artist of great renown, being called by patrons far and near: the Divine Laecontes, for of his creations there was no equal found.

 

 

See:  Gadaris, Sinope, Terralee, The One                                 Refer to:  4th Endowment 26:4 — 29:4

 

Summary:  Laecontes was the mortal embodiment of The One, and recognized as the 6th dispensational leader on the world of Terralee. Laecontes became internationally respected for his teachings about beauty and his magnificent works of art which celebrated the joy and grace he found in the human experience.

 

Born in the city of Sinope, Laecontes began his art career at a young age, achieving public recognition as a master sculpture at the age of fourteen (4:26:5). His statues became widely sought after, yet often resulted in controversy due to their sexual depictions. Contention arose early on in the career of Laecontes when a religious group called the ‘Gadarites’ took offense to one of his statues which depicted a nude man and woman mingled in a passionate embrace. After a band of Gadarites destroyed the statue, Laecontes used the event as an opportunity to teach about the inherent beauty of love and passion and warn against the harmful doctrines espoused by the followers of Gadaris (4:26:20-69).

 

Laecontes lived a long and prosperous life. He established an art community which served as a school and sanctuary for artists from around the world (4:27:1-5). His teachings were recorded, gathered, and eventually placed in the Book of God, which contained the wisdom teachings of all the dispensational leaders on the world of Terralee (4:29:1). When Laecontes was of ‘exceeding age’, he gathered his disciples and traveled to a mountain far from the city of Sinope. Blessing his followers, Laecontes bid farewell and ascended the top of the mountain alone, never to be seen again (4:29:2-4).
 


Seven Facets of a Beautiful Life   (4:27:41—4:28:64)


• Right Beliefs

• Right Speech

• Right Conduct

• Right Associations

• Right Occupations

• Right Expectations

• Right Homes

 

 

 

Parable of the Undisciplined Student          4th Endowment 28:31-40

 

 

Notes/References:

 

 

Ponder then within yourselves these seven: right beliefs, right speech, right conduct, right associations, right occupations, right expectations, and right homes; these seven, therefore, do comprise the sum of all your life, to touch upon many others also.

4th Endowment 27:44

Lamech