…For in the beginning did the Lord of Hosts call forth seven mighty ones, and unto
these did he grant the Laws of Dispensation wherein the way of exaltation might be
established according to the power of God.
And unto the seven mighty ones God did minister the oath and covenant of the Law
of Dispensation, that they might bring to the children of men every good thing, both
in Heaven and on the earth;
That they might teach unto the faithful great words of wisdom, even unto the obtaining
of eternal life, that they might minister unto the children of men the words of their
Heavenly Father, even unto exaltation in the kingdom of God.
For when it was decided among the very Elohim that the dispensations of God should
be established, then did we appoint over each, the greatest of our brethren, that
the children of men might come to a knowledge of hidden things.
Therefore, for this reason has the Father of All, even Ahman, ordained unto the sons
of his lineage, even Arch Angels, the Law of Dispensation and the administration
thereof, that even God might establish tabernacles wherein the spirits of many might
dwell. Thus is the way set forth wherein the Heavenly Father might exalt many by
reason of those words which he spoke unto the children of men when he came to dwell
Therefore, over all the worlds of creation whereunto the children of men are made
to dwell, has God ordained unto each seven dispensations, and over each has he set
his Arch Angels, that they might bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of
Consider how great this mystery is: that over each dispensation an Arch Angel is
given power and authority, that he might bring about the great designs of God. That
when they should again enter mortality, they might teach unto all who are able great
knowledge, even the knowledge of God.
For the dispensations did God organize in deep and subtle fashion, being in their
inmost workings imperceptible to those who knew not God, but revealing to those who
sought with eager heart to ponder well the ways of God; to these did the dispensations
disclose the mystery and the light.
Revealing in awe and wonder the deeper things of God, being themselves, in their
nature, ineffable and most subtle in design, bringing into the mind of the willing
heart that touch of glory filled with God.
For the things of God are wise and holy, and must be deeply sought; being hid in
common view from those who would but mock, yet ever waiting for that one who did
most earnestly seek to know of things eternal, and in the knowing find most revealed,
the source of endless wonder.
Thus did God ordain that there be given to mortal life the seven dispensations, being
each and every one complete, yet building on each other, building in most subtle
fashion a fullness of instruction filled with joy and happy life;
Being in their function like a deep and mighty river which would sweetly flow, to
touch the life of every child who would know their God, being moved and left awash
in the waters of their soul.
And God ordained that the eldest among the Arch Angels should preside in all righteousness
over all the dispensations which are established.
Now this great Prince, even Michael, determined the season in which the spirits of
men, whether male or female, might go forth unto the earth. And when the time appointed
drew nigh, Michael did come down unto the earth with his Beloved, clothed in the
flesh of mortality, even in the skins of animals, that the world might receive the
spirits which Emmanuel did fashion according to his love for Sophiel, even the Great
And, behold, the seed was established among the children of men, whereby they might
become even as the Gods, to know good and evil, that they might choose the good.
And thus did God breathe into man the breath of his life, and man became a living
Thus was there established by God the outward flowing of Hodos Alea, being bounded
on every side, and within, by the laws and principles of eternal progression.
For in the worlds of mortality did the children of God flow through the dispensations,
going from the first to the last, flowing as a mighty river from one life to the
next even till all was made complete, causing that the children of God should choose
for themselves that heavenly glory wherein they might find their joy.
Consider, therefore, the purposes of those dispensations which I shall set forth
in yonder world, for unto the angels have I ordained the seven dispensations whereby
we might establish in the world of First Man the notion of heavenly things, whereby
all those who dwell there upon might take unto themselves a knowledge of God, that
by their efforts in reaching forth, they might create for themselves some beginning
of endless soul.
And of those dispensations do you know full well the workings thereof, for in all
the worlds which we have fashioned have we set to preside over them the dispensations
For in the working of our dispensations did we set forth to guide carefully and wisely
the spirit children of God; that entering into the fiery furnace of mortality, they
might see clearly plain the way of holiness.
For unto the seed of all our lineage would we give some constant reminder of an endless
progression; that perceiving subtly the designs of God in the mortal life, they might
choose rightly between the lesser and greater portion.
Know then, my good and holy Love, that the one which would take to earth the dispensations
of God, are themselves the builders of some good and constant path, which path, like
a bridge, does carry the ones who would believe through the darkness of their life;
to safely carry them over such chasms as would separate the child from the love of
the Father and the Mother which do need them so.
And as you did choose rightly in ages past to cleave to God in all things temporal
and spiritual, then choose likewise now.
That there might rise within your heart and soul and mind the light of these seven
dispensations which were sent to you from God, whereby you might find your way home
again, to dwell in glory in the kingdom of your Heavenly Father and Heavenly Mother
forever and ever, even worlds without end.
For this dispensation do the very Gods call: the Dispensation of Fullness, of Mystery
and of Exaltation. For unto the children of God who are made to become as sojourners
upon this world of the First Power, unto these the faithful and believing would I
reveal a fullness of God and Heaven; that all those who should comport themselves
in godly fashion, even upon them shall descend a fullness of revelation and mystery
filled with wonder and exaltation.