“Seed, word” and “God”, are all synonyms of one and the same thing – the wonderful creative substance, the universal esse, from which all things are brought forth and in which all things are. The Scriptures, or allegories and parables of the Bible, are the only writings that give us information as to what the Word of God is…
Seed is the cause, the nucleus of everything, therefore a seed is “the beginning”. In the beginning was the WORD.
The fluid, oil, or marrow which flows down the spinal cord, comes from
the upper brain, the Creator or Father, the “Most High”, and is known in
physiology as ovum, or generative seed – that life essence which
creates the human form of corruptible flesh. In the Greek, from which
the New Testament was translated, this marrow is called Christ, which is
Greek word for oil.
When this oil is refined, transmuted, lifted up, raised, it becomes
so highly vitalized that it regenerates the body and “overcomes” the
last enemy, death.
How can it be lifted up?
By lifting up the “Son of man”, the seed, the word, the savior. The
oil (Christ) in the spinal cord, is the salt which is mentioned in the
Bible, and the savior is the seed, or Jesus.
The salt and the
savior both come from the same source – the same place – the Father –
the upper brain. In the Bible allegory the seed, Jesus, is made to say,
“Without my Father I can do nothing”. The material from the Father which
forms the seed, has gone through a different process from that which
forms the oil…
If we lift up or raise the oil in the spinal cord,
by the power of the seed, by saving it, it must be a physiological and
chemical operation within the body of each of us.
Such is the case.
There is no mystery, no marvel in all the universe that is greater
than man himself. “Man know thyself” confronts us, down through the
ages, but only a few have paid attention to the voice of the Delphic
oracle – only a few have looked within.
There is a wonderful
“Strait and narrow way”, a real strait, not straight, which extends from
the upper brain, the cerebrum, to the end of the spinal cord, otherwise
named Jordan, in the Bible. We find that the meaning of this in Hebrew
is, descender or “River of God”. The “Strait and narrow” way is, indeed,
the River of God, for it leads to the Father – the Most High – the
As the Jordan empties into the Dead Sea, so the spinal cord
terminates in that section of the anatomy, which is designated, in the
medical terminology as Sodom. Josephus refers to the region as the “Lake
of Sodom”, and in other writings we find it referred to as the “Sea of
Lot”, and “Lake Asphaltus”.
The student of symbology can easily
see that it is the slimy pool from which springs up the lotus, whose
flower of a thousand petals blooms forth, reflecting in its golden heart
the image of its creator.
The wonderful pneumogastric nerve,
rising in the floor or the fourth ventricle o the head, and connected
with the cerebellum, crosses the spinal cord, or Jordan, at the base of
the Skull Golgotha, and sends numerous branches to throat, lungs, heart
and stomach, terminating in a plexus under the latter organ, which is
named the androgynous brain, the stomach brain, or solar plexus. This
wonderful nerve has six different physical functions, in addition to the
deeply esoteric office of being the channel for the Holy Breath, or
Holy Ghost, without which there would be no conception of the Holy
Child, the WORD.
In Bible terminology, the solar plexus also means manger, cave, Bethlehem, for it is in the center of this plexus of nerves that we find the thimble-shaped cavity or depression from which issues forth the redeemer o the Adam man. In a dual sense it is the “house of bread”, as it is the place where the divine bread or seed is formed, and it lies directly back of the house of material bread, the stomach. “Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every WORD (seed) that cometh from the mouth of God.” Jesus was born in Bethlehem, and this word means in Hebrew “house (Beth) of bread (lehem).” See how wonderfully Hebrew words expressed the true meaning of the hidden truth. “I am the bread of life.”