Religious Fairy Tales

From: Ernest Moyer
To: Preston Thomas <>
Date: 8/17/2012 9:26:10 AM
Subject: The Origin of Religious Fairy Tales


Now that you are more fully aware of the celestial transactions that took place with Moses and the large flock of people under his care during their escape from Egypt, have you considered the practical aspects of those transactions?

I do not refer to the religious translations which are specified in the historical documents, notable Exodus and Deuteronomy, but the practical repercussions of those events.

How many generations remembered the visits on board those celestial vehicles? Were the stories carried on down into following generations? Were great, great grandchildren told by their parents? Did they remember? When did the memories fade into fairy tales?

They have become obviously fairy tales today. No Jewish or Christian congregation keeps those events as part of their theology or even mentions them in their teachings. I am fortunate in that I have copies of Adam Clarke's Commentary, Barnes' Notes, Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown's Commentary, Matthew Henry's Commentary, and other assorted interpretation of those events to remind me just how far from reality we have drifted.

You should clearly recognize traditional understanding that we cannot see God. Just read the commentaries. On the other hand we know that Melchizedek can make himself visible whenever he wishes.

  • P 389 - 3 . . . In a planetary crisis these Melchizedek Sons serve in many unique capacities. It is easily possible for such a Son to make himself visible to mortal beings, . . .

Now you can understand why we are most, most, fortunate to come to grips with transactions of our planetary past. Ex 24:10 is impossible to proper understanding from the fairy tales of the past, but now comes to easy recognition with New Revelation.

And even New Revelation is not sufficient, since it is cast is such circumstantial language. But I knew what was meant when I read George Adamski. See how far I had to travel to understand those weird events of the past?

Of all the Urantians you know, how many have traveled back to the historical writings to come to grips with the transactions of the past?

Do you want to make a bet? Have you?

If Abraham has grandsons, and great grandsons, who were red colored, on down to Moses who was the emancipator of the submerged violet race, should I assume that Abraham was NOT red skinned.

But you did not know that. A few people may have come to grips with his red coloring here and there, in great distortion, but how many?

With all these false images of the past, with a great overburden of human imagination, how can you know where you are without investigation or study?

Do you see why I want to educate you? Do you not recognize that I cannot do that without work, real work?

How do you think I feel if you just want to be entertained by me?

I will put my knowledge up on my web sites, and go to my death with understanding of just how the world rushes to doom in its gross ignorance.

What do you think I should do with nuclear missiles waiting, and waiting?

What should I do with the 144,000 of the Book of Revelation?

Or what should I do with this piece of revelation that was so dear to the heart of Jesus:

  • Enoch 39:1-2 -- And it shall come to pass in those days that elect and holy children will descend from the high heaven and their seed will become one with the children of me.

Or this piece:

  • Deut 30:4-5 -- If your outcasts are in the uttermost parts of heaven, from there Yahweh your God will gather you, and from there he will fetch you . . .

Are you still interested in where we came from, and where God is taking us? His destiny children?