32. On the transfer of Philadelphia from the USA to Central Europe


In one of the prophetic books of the New Testament, in Revelations, chapter 3:7-13, Philadelphia is listed by the Angel as one of the churches. "But the word 'church' cannot be understood in the ecclesiastical and local sense. By this we understand only the spiritual doctrine of the sixth Aryan culture, the Philadelphia-Slavic culture." (Alma Excelsior) The word Philadelphia means the brotherhood of all of God's children, including democrats and non-democrats, i.e. spiritual and materialistic people. The word Slavic means everyone from any nation that becomes the bearer of the Word of God and a follower of the Philadelphia doctrine, which was prepared for this sixth culture by Alma Excelsior (1887-1956) who was born in Brno, the Czech Republic. It is a non-denominational and non-religious teaching. The reader will understand this difference from the definition of religion by the world's greatest devotee, Alma Excelsior: "Religion is a modified fruit of spiritual knowledge through initiation.Initiation is a direct entry to the spiritual world." From this definition it is clear that the wisdom that comes from heaven is prioritized before the wisdom of the prophets and the founders of world religions, who edited the wisdom, so that it would be easy for simple people to understand. The depth and scope of Alma Excelsior's spiritual knowledge is extraordinary and this knowledge may be distributed only to a limited extent. Since this is an idealistic doctrine and fully democratic, the materialists reject it, although ignorance and disrespect of the natural moral Law is the primary cause of all crisis phenomena of people and their organizations. The Philadelphia culture seeks only education based on the newest spiritual knowledge of Alma Excelsior. Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love in Eastern America, was founded in 1682 by the Quakers, who left England so that they could practice their faith and apply the principle that faith without deeds is not enough. The city of Philadelphia later became the capital of the 13 English colonies in Pennsylvania. In 1947 British and American Quakers received the Nobel Peace Prize. The Quakers are convinced that man is the "seed of God", which is the source of the "inner light" and that this light is needed to make contact without the mediation of priests. The crucial thing for them is their own experience of the Divine within. There are currently about 5 million members. In Philadelphia on 4 July 1776 the Quakers published the Declaration of Independence, in which the people of all the 13 American colonies again applied the ideal of natural rights, which justified the break with the English crown and the right to independence and free development. Under pressure from the southern delegations, a passage condemning slavery was omitted from the original draft. We quote the following passage from the Declaration: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any form of government becomes destructive to these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. ... But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government."
On 23 October 1918, in the same Independence Hall in Philadelphia, representatives of the Democratic Union of Central Europe, headed by the chairman of the Union, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (TGM), signed the programs of the individual nations of the Union, and in the courtyard TGM then read out their joint statement, whereby according to historical tradition the Independence Bell was also rung. This statement is considered as the birth of the sixth Philadelphia culture. On 20 November 1918, TGM sailed home from New York harbour on board the "Carmania" as the elected president. The name of the ship is reminiscent of the word karma, i.e. fate, which suggests that TGM's role in America was not accidental. TGM thus brought from the USA in 95 the prophesied culture of Philadelphia to Czechoslovakia. Also not accidental was Alma Excelsior's birth in Brno and its spiritual and democratic contribution to the sixth start of the Philadelphia culture.
From the moral sayings of TGM: "Misguided is the notion that if one has religion one therefore already has morality. Each person has to stand against anyone who threatens the people, not only physically but also spiritually. Universal brotherhood, the slogan of the French Revolution, was already advocated by Socrates' pupil, Plato (470-399). Democracy is not only a political system, but also and mainly a moral one. Morality must be the goal of every individual and nation. Violence can only beget violence. Without real thought and morals, revolutions can remove the Devil, but Beelzebub will be substituted in its place. I do not believe that the reforms necessary are purely economic. Moral reform of opinion must also be carried out. I am a determined opponent of the materialistic view of the world. Without the universal recognition of the moral foundations of the state and politics, no state can be administered. He who does not know the content of Christianity would be a true stranger on our cultural soil."

            Alma Excelsior's information is not in conflict with the ethics of Christian teachings and can help people to know and recognize that the primary purpose of human life is the spiritualization of man, in other words, the cultivation of the human psyche, which supports the development of moral and subsequent physical health and a healthy democracy, without manifestations of crises in people and the state, for which people and the state are themselves to blame because of their ignorance of and non-compliance with natural moral law.

 

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