Synthesis and Q&A

October 1999

Synthesis and Q&A

I’ll make just a few comments on the endeavor to promote the 12 principles of Synthesis.

The first thing to note is the difficulty with even a few of us reaching unity on how to proceed with this. This gives you an idea as to why there are no human molecules in existence today, but do not be discouraged. The hour is coming. With personalities the task is almost impossible, but when we yield to a higher will all things are possible.

Someone expressed concern about glamour. This is always a possibility, of course. We are not perfect and glamour and illusion will manifest among various members. This by itself is not a reason to be discouraged.

I do not have time to lead a new major project at present but if others desire to initiate a project to promote the principles and unite the groups they should follow their highest light. I will do what I can to assist, but I warn you the project will be a difficult task.

There is one item I should add in relation to these principles is that they were written a number of years ago. My nephew and I were brainstorming one day and talking about how the New Age groups seemed to be working for unity, yet they seemed very isolated and much less cooperative than other groups that did not seem “enlightened.” At that time I came up with the idea (which I still believe to be inspired) to write synthetic principles that would bring the metaphysical people (and others) together in fuller cooperation. So after that we brainstormed through the night together and the result were these principles.

We promoted them for a while but I have been too preoccupied with other things to do them justice. I have since seen them in print in other publications, one guy even presenting them as if he wrote them. So I tell you this now just in case that you do receive some claim from others that someone else wrote them.

I do have the copyright on them so they should be legally secure.

Viggi writes:

“I for one believe in the attractiveness of the idea of the Molecule and want to participate in the calling but would find it difficult to dedicate *all* my energies to this work because some (pretty much really) of my energy goes into my work which is teaching 6 – 12 year old kids. But still I hope that what energy I do have left will allow me to be of some service.”

JJ: I feel that I have dedicated all my possible energies yet I sometimes spend 80 hours a week making a living because right now this is essential in the scheme of things for the overall good.

To be a good servant you must take care of yourself and your responsibilities so you can have the freedom to do the higher things.

If you teach young children you also have an opportunity to influence their lives for good and this is certainly a step in the direction of the higher path.

Viggi also asks:

“I seem to remember that one is supposed to recite The Great Invocation with two other persons and while doing so meditate on a Light triangle. Is this the case?”

This is advantageous with the Great Invocation and the Song of the 144,000 but not a requirement. It is helpful to say either one in any circumstance where you feel impressed to do so.

Laura asks: “Okay, I have a question, though. I was under the impression that Jesus was able to do such great works because of two reasons:

“1. He was a Master, and at a higher level than most humans would be in a few thousand years 2. He was divinely possessed.

“I’m not arguing that we don’t have the *potential* to do those works and greater in lifetimes that we become Masters, but how do we have that power in this lifetime?”

JJ: You do not need to be a Master to perform the same miracles as Jesus. The scriptures tell us that after Jesus selected the Twelve and commissioned them that they went out and performed similar miracles to His own. Then he sent seventy others out and they did the same.

Later, after His resurrection, even greater miracles were performed by these ordinary fishermen.

Now quite miraculous events can occur through the power of belief and faith, but the miracles of the Apostles were greater than any faith we have seen in this age because in addition to faith they had a molecular connection. With this additional link the spiritual energy available to the Masters becomes available to the members who are linked (if such persons have the confidence to use it).

Next Laura asks if the divine possession is like soul contact?

JJ: Not really. Soul contact begins with the still small voice that is so unobtrusive that you really have to pay attention to recognize it. On the other hand, the overshadowing with divine possession is the blending of holy fire of two minds and the disciple learns the truth of the phrase “my God is a consuming fire.”

Using the senses as an illustration, the Holy Spirit is like a slight tickle, the overshadowing is a thousand climaxes that do not subside.

Next Laura asks if the Christ is on the earth now in a physical body?

Yes He is. He and other Masters reside in a place hidden from public knowledge and has worked with humanity over the past two thousand years. He is linked to the Ancient of Days and through that link has a feel for what is going on throughout the entire planet. He does some of His work in the same way we are attempting through the New Jerusalem meditation and some of you will meet Him there before you meet him here.

When and if the Christ comes in a physical body as well as the overshadowing He will merely reveal himself as He is now. There is not a group on the earth, however, that is ready to accept a regular looking human who is introduced as the second coming of Christ. That is part of our purpose – to prepare such a group.

Laura is full of good questions today. She also asks me about translating the Song into other languages.

The thing to remember about the Song is the preservation of its meaning. Other languages may give some of the words a different twist, but the basic message and meaning of the Song can be fairly exactly preserved.

For instance “We thank you Father,” and “We express gratitude to the Father,” both basically mean the same thing. If a foreign language does not have an exact work for “thank,” but does have one for appreciation the basic idea can be preserved

Linda Says: “Have a look at the Zoroastrian tradition – they maintain (and I agree) that evil is created by human beings as part of the gift of choice. God does not create evil. Without the intention of doing evil – there would be none. God would not have an intention of doing evil?”

JJ: Are you saying that God, in complete ignorance, made humans not knowing that good and evil would result?

Of course you are not. God created man knowing that there would be good and evil, therefore God deserves the credit for both good and evil.

If you drop an anvil on your toe do you say that your action made your toe hurt or do you say gravity did it? You do not blame the problem on gravity because you already knew what gravity would do. You therefore take responsibility.

Even so both good and evil are God’s creation. He put the pieces together and He knew what the pieces would do.

Reader: “The consciousness of Christ cannot be experienced…”

JJ: “That’s strange, because I guess then I (and others) have experienced that which cannot be experienced.

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This entry is part 90 of 98 in the series Principles

Principle 93


The pilgrim who seeks to journey upon the path of liberation leading back to his spiritual home must discover the principle of synthesis and actively use it.

A synthesizer is one who can look upon the sea of diverse elements or parts and gather from them what is needed to create something that is new and useful.

All the tools and items we see about us that we find useful are the result of synthesis – your car, the house you live in, your computer, phone, television etc. They are all made of diverse materials that may not have much value by themselves, yet combined with other elements, often much different than themselves, they make a complete whole which is of much more value than the part by itself. What good is a nail if it is never used to create something of which it is just a part? Not much. But when used synthetically to build the nail becomes an essential ingredient.

There are two kinds of people in the world. Those who are synthesizers and those who are not. What is the difference? Here are a few.

(1) The ordinary person only uses the tools that are commonly available.

The synthesizer makes new tools by gathering and combining what he has available.

(2) The ordinary person only sees the obvious in people.

The synthesizer sees more and helps others merge together to create something useful.

(3) The ordinary person just puts in his time at work and does his job.

The synthesizer is always looking for ways to improve, not only his performance, but the whole company.

(4) The ordinary person merely believes what he has been taught through a chain of authority.

The synthesizer looks at all possible beliefs and gathers from them that which is useful and makes sense.

(5) The ordinary person when on a team will concentrate on his performance.

The synthesizer will go beyond this and focus on the performance benefit of the team as a whole.

(6) The ordinary person only acquires and applies knowledge as needed or required.

The synthesizer throws out a wide net, gathers in more knowledge than required and discovers wonderful ways to put it to use.

Obviously the true seeker needs to become a synthesizer, for without using this principle his usefulness will be limited.

One of the most obvious characteristics of a synthesizer is that he or she will not see or judge things with a black and white attitude. Instead of seeing black and white he will often see many shades of gray. This expanded vision though will not make him indecisive but will allow him to make wiser decisions and judgments than the non synthetic person.

He will value the words of Solomon who gave us these words of wisdom:

To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:

A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;

A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;

A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance;

A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing;

A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away;

A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak;

A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.

Eccl 3:1-8

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