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a land of traffic, in a city of merchants, and his mother is carried to that same city, on a great river, and they go into the country, as he next sees the Messiah in his native pines, to one of which that he sees through the Messiah's senses he compares

him. That this is so, we can see by reflecting the kìgs of Judea never were the associates of merchants at Babylon, while the Missiah's father is to be in the city of merchants, and the mother of the Messiah comes to the same city, while the kings of Judea were to lose their throne tlrough Babylonish wom

Through this woman was to come a man likeed to a great pine tree, that would govern the entire earth. That man, Emkiel says in so many words, shall not have a particle of the blood of kings in lim, as the low tree is to be exalted through him, and the high tree is through himo have its nutriment dried up. Had Ezekiel written the Messiah would be a Gentio, they would have sundered him to atoms; though there it is so written as disinctly as anything can be, taking him from another race, and as accurately asıver the Messiah can write it. The Messiah could not have shown the prophetsre would be the son of David, and a root of Jesse, as he could and has only exranced on the prophets the scenes his own senses meet in the earth ; and as he loes not meet either David or Jesse on his earthly senses, he could not have ntranced on them what relationship would exist between them and him, any mre than he could

any other Jewish scene of their time ; where we can see th temple have been twice destroyed, yet he has shown nothing of them to the prophets, for the reason he was not then in earthly senses, and knew. For that reason he could not entrance them on the prophets, as he never coud witness them so, as his earthly senses never saw David or Jesse, he cout not show the prophets whose father they would be, showing nothing to the phpbets but what takes place while he has senses. The Messiah shows himelf alive long before David or Jesse. (Gen. xlix-10] He entranced the prophets, [Num. xxiv—-16] and showed him he would through his continually lis. ing mind, bring him into life again, creating the scenes shown, Job, xix--25, 27. The Messiah shows the prophet he is older than Joshua, [Zech.ij-9; Isaiah, xl-21; Dan. vii--9; Job, xxxviii—4, 21; Job, xii---16, 17] I must, smock and trowsers, kick Jesus in his rousers till he takes off my stolen trowsers, by saying he was a Jew, while I show the Messiah is to be a Gentile.

No man can know anything of the prophecies, but the man created out of the mind that entranced them on the prophets, as he has on them to continue them on, as shown through his continually living mind, till he creates them as he entranced them on the prophets, or there would be no prophecies that men could know, compared with the prophetic record. So that their creation must be with him through their record, having a conscious, living existence continually from the prophets to himself, and the creations and knowledge must be intuitive to him who pust create them all, as he showed them; as could any person create a part of them, there would be no prophecies as to that part, as the Messiah had not created that part of the prophecies as he promised and showed the prophets he would. None can create them as shown, but the mind that reflected them. This shows us that where a mind has shown for ages, that it will create the prophecies when it creates a man, and we see most of them created as shown, and most of them I prove I created ; so there can be no doubt of the creator of the remainder, unless God, promising to create through me, has not done it, and made himself a liar--a thing there should be. some proof of before there are doubts here, especially as God shadowed out of himself for ages that I was to create them, and no one attempted to create them, but held them in derision as impossibilities, till I created them by intu

ition, when turning to the record, I showed what my creations were. I have been struggling to concentrate the prophetic record and creations in me to say I defy a world to find a mark or thing about me that does not correspond with what the Messiah showed the prophets would be the things evidencing his Messiahship in the earth ; nor can there be a contradiction found between their record made by me entrancing them, till they recorded as I desired, and

my writing that I wrote in turn as I willed, and not as the old farts, and their tert worshippers wanted me to, insisting I should have written with more respect for them, though had I done it, I would have annihilated my claim to the Messiahship, having failed to put it to the old farts, and their fart worshippers in the language, ideas, thoughts and reflections I had entranced on the prophets, and had them record, I would get after them in, and hold up the thieving, swindling, pompous rascals to derision and scorn, for their cruelties, wrongs and oppressions on the laws of life, founded in their pompous, brazen-faced, stupid ignorance.

The prophetic knowledge and creations are to be intuitive in me, continuing them on through my living mind, till I create them as entranced on the prophets, doing it so accurately, that I would bring them into life again on the scenes they record, so that the candle of the Lord was upon my head, and the secret of God was upon my tabernacle, [Job, xxix--2,3] till I by intuition could create all the prophetic creations, knowledge and language by intuition, that never could lead me astray acting on it. While I would do it to attain the ends I showed I would attain through it, coming out of God, in whom I showed to the prophets my acts, motives, feelings and reflections as distinctly as I now do, meeting them as all must see ; so that all the question there is to be settled is whether what I entranced on the prophets, and had them record I would meet on my senses here was the truth or not with God, out of and through whom I shadowed it. I shadowed out of God the earth is given into the hands of the wicked ; He covereth the faces of the judges thereof: if not, where and who is be? (Isaiah,xl-21, 24] I show the prophet I will place a power under the judges, which will lift them out of the earth, and continue them riding round its circumference for all time. I show a host of the prophets that I will be too great, good and accurate a lawyer and judge to be trifled with by such tortuous, villianous judges, as are these I show the prophets, who must be as I entranced them on the prophets, while by intuition I never can rule but one way on the same question where I show the prophets an extreme sympathy by intuition for the wronged, oppressed, distressed, the driven out, the stranger, and him that hath no helper, and a determination that all shall produce their subsistence, and be protected in them ; while I show as strong an aversion for the wrong doers. I show the prophet I will be the richest man in God, that ever will be in the earth, and it will all be stripped from me, and every friend and thing; yet I will maintain my tntegrity and my faith in God, who still shows me by intuition he will restore me through these prophecies to all I produced, (Job i.) and creating the prophecies I produced more to sustain life than any other man. The United States Senate admitted, in ten years, commencing in the universal ruin of 1837, I bad doubled this nation's wealth, means of subsistence, productions and exports, and increased its inhabitants one half, and tumbled down in bankruptcy most of the governments of the earth, and had opened the earth to all men, as I wrote I would, so admitting I had created more to sustain life, than ever had any other man; and further said I was the best robbed man judicially in the world, The prophets recorded I showed them I would be the greatest lawyer and judge in the earth; still, they would despoil me of everything. It only remains for a world to turn back on my acts, my writings and the way I

have handled these prophecies, and see whether I in them show the judge and lawyer I showed the prophets for a mark I would be, when they should see if in language, thoughts, acts and reflections, I have followed out and written as the prophets recorded I would, which should cause them to see if I had written in milder language of the great farts and their fart worshippers, as they insist I should have done, if I would not have annihilated the prophic predictions on me. Then they should reflect, I insist, and a world adsits the prophecies are intuitive with me, coming out of God, where I ages since showed I had all this knowledge, and that these wrongs would be committed on me, as I show they have been. In God, I showed I would on my senses in the earth disdain to set the dogs of my flock with them. [Job, xxx1] Who cut up mallows by the bushes, and juniper roots for their meat. They were driven forth from among men: they cried after them as after a thief. [Job, xxx--3, 10] Behold! as wild asses in the desert, go they forth to their work, rising betimes for a prey: the wilderness yieldeth food' for them, and for their children. They are wet with the showers of the mountains, and embrace the rock for want of a shelter. They cause him to go naked without clothing, and they take away the sheaf from the hungry. (Job, xxiv—2, 17] I showed the prophet I would relieve these children fools of base men from their wrongs. The young men saw me, and hid themselves : the aged arose and stood up. The princes refrained talking, and laid their hand on their mouth. The nobles held their peace, and their tongue cleaved to the roof of their mouth. Because I delivered the poor that cried, the fatherless, and him that had none

to help him. The blessing of him that was ready to perish, came upon me, and I caused the widow's heart to sing for joy. I was a father to the poor, and the cause which I knew not I searched out. I was eyes to the blind, and feet was I to the lame. I broke the jaws of the wicked, and plucked the spoil out of his teeth. [Job, xxx—2, 25] [Job, xxxi—13] If I did despise the cause of my man-servant or my maid-servant when they contended with me, [15] Did not be that made me in the womb, make him ?. And did not one fashion us both ? [34] Did I tear a great multitude, or did the contempt of families terrify me that I kept silence, or went not out of door ? I show the prophet to pay me for this ; the people attack me in every way. Behold I cry out of wrong, but I am not heard." I cry aloud, but there is no judgment. His troops come together, and raise up their way against me, and encimp round aboui my tabernacle. My kinsfolk have failed, and my familiar friends have forgotten me. I called my servant, and he gave me no answer. My breath is strange to my wife, though I entreated her for the children's sake of mine own body. Yea, young children despised me : I arose, and they spoke against me. [Job, xix-6, 20] The earth is given into the hand of the wicked : he covereth the faces of the judges thereof; if not, where and who is he ? [Job, ix--24] God bath delivered me to the ungodly, and turned me over into the hands of the wicked. He breaketh me with breach upon breach. [Job, xvi--8, 20] And now am I their song ; yea, I am their by-word. He nath made me a by.word of the people: aforetime I was a tabret. [Job, xvii--6.]

All should see I could not trace through this record, a conscious, continued, living existence from myself to the prophet, did I not know I had on my senses experienced everything in it, that in everything must be the scenes and knowledge of the mind entrancing its author. To other minds it must ever remain a sealed book, as it has ; not being their scenes and knowledge. In all generations it will be admitted I brought the demonstration out of God, showing that book is my scenes and knowledge entranced on its author, where my writings show in thoughts, ideas, feelings, reflections and language we concur.







HELD IN BOSTON, OCT. 14, 15, 1840.


“Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? this same Jesus, which is taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in like manner as ye have seen him go into heaven."

Acts i. 11.




Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1840,

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.



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