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3rd Endowment
4th Endowment
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The 4th Endowment provides details regarding the creation of Heaven, the first spirit children of God, and the founding principles of dispensationalism. This book offers an immense amount of practical wisdom that will empower any student along their path of transformation and transcendence.



Chapter 1

Seeking the heart of God – Living the gracious life – Areta and The One (the Emzahdeah) – An introduction to Heaven and Hodos Alea – In the beginning (singularity) – A-Z particles – The beginnings of life and creation  – The streams of intelligence – The symmetry of God – Innocent spirit children must live the mortal life – The power of love


Chapter 2

Laying the foundations of Heaven – A new dimension – The cosmic egg and a new eternity – The world of the First Heaven – A moon of Paradise – Mother Earth and Father Time – Creation of the Tael (A-Z particles) – Creation of the Eternal Round – Creation of the blue pavement – Searching the First Cosmos


Chapter 3

God finds a dying world – The Cherubim of Xandalea – A dying race – Areta speaks to the Cherubim – The Cherubim are rescued – The Cherubim give praise – This world we give to you, that you might live in joy – The Cherubim are taken to the streams of intelligence – The first angels of the heavenly hosts – New homes are granted – Houses, Congregations, and Choruses


Chapter 4

The nature of the Cherubim – The Season of the Song – What is this ‘forever’ worth without our little babes – Areta and The One dance within the stream – The children of God – The Goieye nurture the infants of God – God goes to Paradise to teach their children – The nature of exaltation – The bridge of mortal life – Choosing to follow after God


Chapter 5

A school is chosen – Children protected from natural elements – Preventing war and corruption: the nurturing man – God builds a place of gathering – The hosts of Heaven gather – Paths of Hodos Alea revealed – God’s sacred purpose – Innocence and opposition – Law of life (growth and evolution) – Multiple lives and the fairness of God – Overcoming the ego of the self – Guardian angels


Chapter 6

The natural man – God puts in place the Covenant of Promise – Unrighteous dominion – God goes to the world Terralee – The seven dispensations of God – Wisdom – Benevolence – Faith and hope – Justice and mercy – Fortitude – Beauty – Completion and harmony – More on dispensations – Adamilus and Evelah


Chapter 7

God walks with man – The first dispensation is proclaimed – Adamilus and Evelah serve as an example – Adamilus and Evelah unite tribes – The children of Adamilus and Evelah – The prayer of greeting – Adamilus teaches the Enoshahim: farming, husbandry, mathematics and astronomy – Evelah teaches the Enoshahim: marriage, family, fishing, herbs and medicine – The calendar year of Terralee and festivals of God


Chapter 8

Finding for yourself the greater mystery – The children of Adamilus and Evelah – Cain teaches metal working – Abel teaches language and music – Mahali teaches pottery – Yoshibel teaches wine making – Adamilus and Evelah bid farewell – Shine brightly – The nearness of God – Acquiring true wisdom through understanding


Chapter 9

Receiving adversity  – Opposition and the soul – God fashions the House of Mithron – The office of Mortality and Reincarnation – Reincarnation explained – Anamnesis – The Office of Guardian Angels and the Cherubim of God – Angels offer a single touch every day – Angels guide at the time of death – The Office of Covenants – Three witnesses to things eternal – The Office of the Teraphim


Chapter 10

Heavenly Father returns to Terralee – Noaeya, the son of Kishkah – Who is this man which plays so well such melodies? – Noaeya receives an invitation from the magistrate – Noaeya brings the poor and common to the feast – Noaeya’s grace and humility is noticed – The magistrate: What manner of man are you? – Noaeya reveals himself – The magistrate questions Noaeya’s credibility – Noaeya suggests a contest of sorts – The question: What power is greatest in making people good? – The arm of man and the rule of law – Noaeya responds to the answers given – No goodness can be rooted in fear – The question remains


Chapter 11

The debate continues – What power makes God wise and holy? – A good and worthy answer: the love of God – The whole law is fulfilled in one thing only – How to preserve the love within us? – The magistrate: Cannot the law preserve the love within? – An unknown power that guards the love of God – The people ask Noaeya to enlighten them – Noaeya speaks – Parable: Benevolence and the Shield – The shield –    Detachment – Calmness – Kindness – Humor – The greatest power revealed


Chapter 12

A division among the rulers – Noaeya: Why will you be divided? – A choice of rule: law or benevolence – The magistrate asks about the ego of man – Noaeya speaks on the ego – Mortality and the veil – The dark speaker versus the true spirit – Pride and greed – The power of benevolence – The battle found within – Parable: The Monkey and the Jar – Mastering the self within – The magistrate becomes a disciple – The rulers protest – The law versus benevolence – The closing of the second dispensation


Chapter 13

The One returns home – Children are separated according to their heart’s desire – Three kingdoms of glory to be created – Bridging kingdoms: eternal progression – The Telestial Kingdom of Glory – The first principality of the Telestial Kingdom – Tabernacles of flesh and bone – The Day of Renewing – Dimensions and unseen barriers – The Principles and Rights of Friendship and Continued Associations


Chapter 14

The second principality – The ministering of angels – Similar to first estate, but added to – The Day of Renewing – Season of spirit – Frolicking cherubs – The joys of the flesh provide a gate to greater wonders – The wonders of the fourth and fifth dimensions – The kingdom of the soul – Each shall inhabit their cosmos


Chapter 15

The third principality – Where shall be found this third estate? – The five dimensions of the third estate – A place which is not a place – The Teraphim – A minor dilemma – Creating a world of spirit – a telestial waiting room – Anamnesis – Animals and their spirits – Teraphim inherit the world of spirit – Cherubim appointed to guide and teach animal’s spirits – Loving parents


Chapter 16

A heavenly council convenes – Trading diamonds for dust – Preparing for the third dispensation – Who to send to Terralee? – Areta’s prayer – Necessity of adversities and hardships – Building pathways of faith and hope – Finding faith within – The One responds – A Beloved’s vow – Fear not therefore the mortal life – Sariah is born on Terralee


Chapter 17

The wise and foolish children of Terralee – Sariah the healer – The philosophy of Alcibiades – Law, order and prosperity – A humble plea to Sariah – Sariah speaks – The sophistry of learned men – The greater defense is joy – Parable:  A golden cage of words – Guard well that inward joy – Faith (defined)


Chapter 18

(Sariah continued) – The presence of God – God is revealed through goodness that is done – Faith (defined) – Speak your faith, not your doubts – Discerning truth and worth – Strengthening and increasing faith – Nourish and guard well your faith – Seek the simple life – Casting pearls before swine


Chapter 19

(Sariah continued) – A silence created – The few who set aside their ego – God is ever willing to reveal to those who truly seek – Why say God is silent? – The means by which faith is increased – Prayer and meditation – Receiving that which you call forth – No sacred place makes for a withering faith – Being worthy to receive God’s voice – The voice of God forever speaks


Chapter 20

Sariah bids farewell – The world of Terralee – 2,000 years pass – Rise of the Industrial Age – Pennies, pride and power – The injustice of the rich – God comes to Terralee as Megordoc – Megordoc falls in love – The parents of Megordoc are angered – Megordoc is forced into prison – After three years, Megordoc is set free – Moshe and Dedrah – Moshe is elected the Presiding Patriarch – Moshe is asked to speak


Chapter 21

Moshe speaks – Justice (defined) – Men have corrupted the justice of God – Councilors of justice: mercy, understanding and compassion – First law of Heaven is not obedience, but love – Preachers have made Heaven a prison – The justice of God compared to the justice of men – Results of choosing the justice of men – Results of choosing the justice of God – Injustice is the father of many sorrows – Feeding the justice of men with fear, anger and hate – Words of Noaeya – A gentle resistance towards hurtful laws – Be not silent nor blindly obey – Fear not the laws which men do make


Chapter 22

(Moshe continued) – Required of God to break laws that cause sorrow – The laws of man are like a net – Injustice is born of fear – Live life to the fullest, don’t fear death – Serve one master – Give to yourself three gifts: honor, integrity, respect – A God-given book and stories yet written – Redeeming the fallen (dealing with criminals) – Mold with knowledge, not revenge


Chapter 23

Ages pass, divisions grow – Culture of the lovers of God – A newborn son – Dreams of falling stars – The young boy Abbahdon – Abbahdon is left blind by sickness – Gaia meets Abbahdon – One chosen to teach the ways of fortitude and grace – Abbahdon grows in knowledge and wisdom – A commission to examine Abbahdon – A test for Abbahdon – A question of greatness – Abbahdon identifies his interrogator


Chapter 24

Abbahdon is brought before the Council of Lords – Will you tempt me even now? – A time and a season for all things – Abbahdon returns home to live his life – Abbahdon is called to be The Teacher of Righteousness – Abbahdon speaks – A godly strength – The seed of fortitude: given by God – The trials of life – Fruits of fortitude: kindness, courtesy, charm, elegance – An indomitable will, born of God – Bravely stand, and gain strength


Chapter 25

(Abbahdon continued) – No trial is too great – Not adversity that breaks, but bitterness, anger and hate – Forgive others and free your heart – Knowledge is environment; environment dwells within – Parable: The old man who knew the will of God – Let go of bitterness and be grateful – Have a heart of steel wrapped in velvet – The strength and light of Abbahdon’s words


Chapter 26

The Divine Laecontes – “The Lover’s Kiss” – Winning the prize – “The Strength of a Nation” – The Gadarites – A statue marred and broken – The offended band of Gadarites speak out: Nakedness an offense to God; arts of man are vulgar – Laecontes speaks (1st Lesson) – Body created in God’s likeness – Nakedness is no offense to God – Clothe to enhance beauty – Passing on the greatest knowledge of all – No one benefited by hiding sexuality – Beauty born of love and passion and should not to be constrained – The people marvel at Laecontes’ words


Chapter 27

Works of Laecontes greatly sought – Laecontes and his disciples and students – The Prayer of Greeting – The purpose of beauty – Laecontes speaks (2nd Lesson) – Revealing the purpose of beauty: revelation – The beauty of self is revealed in the beauty of art – Beauty: the song which truth would sing – Create a life of beauty – The seven facets of life wherein beauty is shaped – Right beliefs – What to believe: finding truth – Right speech – Words return to bless or trouble you


Chapter 28

(Laecontes continued) – Right conduct – Take joy in the happiness of others – Right associations – Friends – Right occupations – The labor of your hands shapes the inward man – Right expectations – Parable: The man without patience nor discipline – Right homes – Let children see and touch the love between parents – Sex and marriage (ways of the Gadarites) – The Covenant of Fullness – Sanctuaries in the home – Teaching children patience and discipline through artful skills


Chapter 29

Laecontes ascends to Heaven – Terralee advances, burdens increase – Kaseah the Beautiful – Kaseah speaks – Establishing the final dispensation – Living a life of harmony and peace – Disharmony caused by illusions of life – The four illusions – Illusion of identity (self) – Tending to the flesh but ignorant of the spirit – Divided between inner spirit and outward self – Manifesting the spirit within – Embrace the spirit within and fear not


Chapter 30

(Kaseah continued) – Illusion of freedom – Compelled to conform – Freedom born of responsibility and obligation – Spiritual imprisonment versus spiritual freedom – True freedom is born of spirit – Illusion of control – Do not hold hostage the love of others – Seek not to control others – Robbing yourself of the need for God – Length of life determined – You decide the quality of your life – Teaching children mastery of life – Illusion of possessions – Possessions: a harmful master – Spirit and soul: the only true possessions


Chapter 31

(Kaseah continued) – Becoming free of mortal illusions – The sacrifice of temporal things – Parable: The Good Mother – The giving of time, effort and money – Beware those who mock the gift of sacrifice – Kaseah returns to her Beloved – The completion of the dispensations – Telestial tabernacles for the children of Heaven – A-Z particles and the streams of intelligence – The purpose of heavenly bodies – Bringing forth the second assembly of spirit children


Chapter 32

Heaven grows – Another new world of glory: the Terrestrial Kingdom – A bridge to the second Heaven – Spirit children flow through the dispensations of God – Foundations for a third Heaven



For in small and careful stages shall our children most surely grow,

adding through needful measures one glory upon another,

even till they should receive a fullness, to become themselves

as Heavenly Fathers and Heavenly Mothers

in holiness and joy forever...


4th Endowment 1:32