Who are the Immortal ones?

16 04 2011

Chapter 17. The Immortals, p. 324.

Juan de San Grial

Blessed John:

“Those resting in the crevices of San Salvador are the immortals, the fourth stage after ‘pure ones – perfect ones – anointed ones’.

The status of the immortals is special in the church of Mary Magdalene and Joseph of Arimathea. The regal stage of disposins.

Christ calls the immortals His own kindered brothers. They are the true keepers of the Chalice, His true mystical twins, one with Him.

Their memory dwells on earth eternally. Their presence is ineradicable and absolute.

They are able to come and go from the earth as many times as they like, not being subject to the laws of decay and death. Our Divinity has given them the authority to descend to the earth when they consider necessary, in accordance with the sensitive barometre of their hearts, responding to the painful vibrations of world history, and to disappear just as mysteriously. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to become Immortal?

15 04 2011

from The Immortals book by John of the Holy Grail

Grádula ('the tower of towers')

Immortals:

‘On San Salvador a sphere of the highest fiery divine existence reigned. Death was defeated.

Those that had achieved the fourth, highest stage of immortality came in fiery bodies whenever they wanted, taking appearances one more beautiful than another…’

the Appearances of  Father of pure love, Chapter 7

Immortals:

‘The bonds of eternal brotherhood passed into eternity and granted immortality.’

The Father of pure love:

‘My child, not one person achieved the stage of the immortals, until he had thrice died, giving up his life for his neighbour, and was thrice resurrected, rejoicing in the bridal lodges of pure love for the advantages of eternally virginal conscience, in the embraces of the indescribable brotherhood.’

the Vows of eternal virginity and eternal brotherhood, Chapter 8

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What happened at Montségur

17 11 2010

Chapter 16. The ascent to San Salvador, p. 317.

Cathar castle Montsegur

Cathar Perfects:

“What happened at Montségur? The inquisitors and crusaders lit three fires. But Our Divinity revealed himself and named the execution place of the Second Golgotha, where He accepted the second great sacrifice of the Son.

Christ ascended to the Second Golgotha with two hundred perfect disciples. The heavenly father of love raised all of them. Not one single uninitiated one was able to come here.” Read the rest of this entry »