The Word of God,
the Law of Love and Unity
and Those Without Rights on this Earth
First Edition, 2005
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Gottes Wort, das Gesetz der Liebe
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The power of the Christ of God in
human beings – the spark of the deed 5.....
The pharisees and scribes – and their vassals:
moral cowards and servile subordinates
The supposed “mysteries of God” – devastating consequences of
ignorance until today for many people .
The negative energy field of indoctrination – “Church Christianity.”
A “just” war and “just killing
The caste of priests, the state and the farmers follow the
Fall-thought, to kill and have killed everything that does not fit
into their concept
The Eternal’s harmonious Order in His Creation – as long as the
human being does not interfere
The “Christian” churches have brought only suffering, need and death
to humans, nature and the animals
“Animals have infectious diseases – who infected them?
Admonishing voices over the millennia
The Fall-thought – gigantic in its consequences. Christ brought the
The Fall-thought means separation from unity: I want for myself!
Every person is his own judge
The animal: a wonderful creature from the hand of God ... Learn to
understand the animals
Experiencing the unity of life in nature – The experience of “me” in
“we.” The “language” of nature: A process of pictorial transmissions
From the intellect to understanding and comprehension
Humans kill animals. God is the life!
Everything fled before the “crown of creation.”
Our “four-legged” expeditions into nature.
The harvest is also there for the animals!
The first encounters with the “dangerous wild pigs.” “Animals do not
have a warm home.”
The steps from a “four-legged” to a “two-legged” creature. “Slipping
into the wild pig garb – for the sake of unity!”
A worthy home for sheep and highland cattle
Deer, fox and hedgehog mothers show us their children. Mother Earth
is patient and forbearing with the animals
Nature gives to the one who gives selflessly to the animals
How Thyrinus and I became friends
Thyrinus and his pupil, the apple farmer
Adventurous encounter with a powerful wild boar. Animals want to be
friends with us humans, because they know about unity
A hurt will boar allows itself to be nursed back to health. Tears of
joy! A wild mother sow accepted me as a human sister
The “Black Majesty! Speaks: Subdue the Earth violently!
A heartfelt request for nature and the animals
friends, the prophetic word is the word of God to mankind, spoken
from the love and All-unity, so that people may again recognize and
find the path that leads to the love and All-unity of God. To think
and live in the almighty Spirit of love and All-unity is the most
beautiful gift of God to us people.
The Power of the Christ of God in Human Beings –
The Spark of the Deed
Through His word of truth, mankind also receives detailed knowledge
about the true teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, which fell into
oblivion through a religion that became rigid in its external cult
rituals and through ecclesiastic teachings that are a part of the
Fall-thought. And so, the word of salvation also provides us with
information about the significance of the Redeemer-deed of the
Christ of God; for mankind should become aware that Jesus, the
Christ, let flow into all souls, and into the soul of every human
being, the Redeemer-spark, which is the help, the way, the truth and
Each soul and every person bears the great love for God and
neighbor, the love and All-unity. The inviolable All-law of love and
unity is the life; it is the spiritual substance that maintains all
condensed forms, of which the animals and the nature of our Earth
are also a part. The divine All-unity encompasses all minerals,
plants and animals. They, too, are, like human beings, bearers of
the eternal life. Animals, plants and minerals are divine forces of
consciousness that have taken on form, forces that in the
evolutionary cycles of the pure Being attain the complete degree of
maturity of a divine being. This whole lawful process of development
takes place in the law of All-unity, God.
The life forms of nature on Earth do not bear the Redeemer-spark;
they do not need redemption, because they are not a part of the
Fall-thought, as are the souls in the spheres of purification and
the human beings of this Earth. Minerals, plants and animals have
not burdened their inner, original spiritual substance through
unlawfulness; they did not fall out of the All-unity as did the
Fall-beings, whose Fall from God was made possible by their free
The Redeemer-power is the spark of the Christ of God, which embedded
itself in all souls and people with the “It is finished” of Jesus on
Golgotha. The power of the Christ of God, which came from the
Redeemer-spark, is the All-unity, for it is the omnipresent divine
power of creation, from which emerged the great unity of all beings
and forms of creation. The power of the Christ of God in human
beings is also the spark of the deed, which says that faith alone is
not enough, but that from this faith, the true deed in the Spirit of
God, in the Spirit of Christ, should rise. At the end of the Sermon
on the Mount, Jesus spoke of the true deed in and from His Spirit:
The one who hears these words of Mine and follows them is like a
wise man who built his house solidly upon a rock. And the rain fell
and the floods came and the winds blew about this house. And it did
not fall in, for it was founded upon a rock. And the one who hears
these words of Mine and does not follow them should be compared with
a foolish man who built his house upon sand. And the rain fell and
the floods came and the winds blew and beat against that house and
it fell in, and great was its collapse.
And so, we people should also do what Jesus, the Christ, taught us.
Through the fulfillment of His teachings, the true Christian of the
deed ignites the Redeemer-spark, which then becomes an inner flame
more and more, a flame that sets soul and person aglow. The one who
hears His teachings and also does them walks the path of truth and
will thus be illuminated from within, by the Christ of God. Through
this, the pilgrim on the path of truth refines his senses, because
his way of thinking, speaking and acting becomes more light-filled,
that is, increasingly pleasing to God. Because of the growing
brightness of his consciousness, the illuminated person recognizes
the will of God in the various facets of his life on Earth.
People in the Spirit of truth see things and events that take place
in their immediate surroundings and in this world with the eyes of
the All-law, the love for God and the All-unity. Through this clear
sight, farsightedness and insight, which the enlightened person
attains by following Jesus, the Christ, he becomes an alert observer
who is able to think analytically. His heart and mind develop from
this, and become an instrument of the spiritual consciousness.
People with heart and mind are not narrow-minded; they are not
spiritual rhapsodists, but earnest spiritual realists, who with
moderation, justice and wisdom bring things and events to a point, a
point that corresponds to the eternal All-Law.
The Pharisees and scribes –
and their vassals:
moral cowards and servile subordinates
The person who earnestly strives to prove himself to be a true
Christian orients himself to the commandments of God and to the
teachings of Jesus, the Christ. He will not orient himself to the
human machinations of those who hide their greed for prestige and
power behind a visor of flattery and smooth talk. They are those who
support their lackeys with underhanded tactics, as well as with
deliberate and purposeful preferential treatment, while belittling,
discriminating against and slandering others who are not useful to
them. And so, the one who follows Jesus, the Christ, will recognize
those who, seen as a whole, lie unscrupulously, and will keep his
distance from them.
Unfortunately, many people are moral cowards, subordinating
themselves to the viewpoints of ecclesiastic and worldly tyrants.
They get drawn into their machinations, hoping to acquire a little
piece of the magic cake of power. They are the ones who bow and
scrape subserviently, because they, too, want to play in the poker
game of power at any price. For this, they betray the great Spirit
of unity and their fellow man as well.
The one who has played some trumps in the gambling dens of power and
found no echo there may then realize in a flash that many people of
the western world have become pagan poker players, draping the cloak
“Christian” around themselves, and that this whole Ping-Pong game
has nothing at all to do with Christ. Despite this recognition, many
remain appendages of the pharisees and scribes, of those Ping-Pong
players who from the very beginning have led and still lead the
It is particularly the moral cowards who have recognized and still
recognize much, but do not themselves rise to be straightforward and
truthful, who grant power to those who, with their false teaching
and inspired by the Fall-thought, bind their sheep and keep them in
their folds. The moral cowards, the conformists, the subjugated
ones, allowed, and still allow, the church magicians, the pharisees
and scribes, to pull monstrosities out of their hat filled with
magic tricks and equip these absurdities with the halo of the
“unfathomable mysteries of God,” so that none should dare to doubt
them. Out of God, the All-One, the eternal Father, they made a God
of punishment, of vengeance, a tyrant, whom one tries to humor with
incantations, so that He might perhaps acknowledge the magic tricks
of those obsessed with power, and bless them.
But the hollowness of the unctuous words is obvious. From this, the
question comes up, why there are always contemporaries who don’t
notice – or don’t want to admit – that the appointed magicians don’t
even take their magical practices seriously themselves, but use them
solely to intimidate their vassals and lemmings, in order to prevent
them from coming up with the “presumptuous” idea of using their
Dear friends, God has nothing at all in common with all this
nonsense. God is and remains the God of love and kindness, the God
The moral cowards and obsequious subjects are kept in a state of
psychotic anxiety by the church magicians, through their teaching of
eternal damnation. Because one is generally accustomed to accepting
this as a given fact, one must clearly bear in mind what an
appalling betrayal of God and of Christ lies in this, and what a
malicious deception of those fellow men and women who ultimately are
the brothers and sisters of these reverend “shepherds.”
God, who loves all His children without exception – all human
beings, all souls, all beings – is not only greatly slandered and
defamed by people who still even call themselves “Christian,” but is
grossly misused for purposes that serve the subjugation of many. The
ecclesiastical power-schemers deliberately use God as a punishing
whip, as a means of coercion against those entrusted to them who
dare to bring into doubt the legitimacy of the organization and its
anti-divine and anti-Christian doctrine!
Because the lackeys remain obsequious, the power-hungry were able to
found a power-apparatus that they named “Christian.” With the label
“Christian,” they proceed openly and subversively against all those
who see through their “halo” and do not remain silent, who do not
join the game of Ping-Pong played under the guise of “Christian.”
Someone who is spiritually blind does not see the vulture that makes
his true nature invisible to his prey with the words “God has His
mysteries.” The supposed mysteries of God serve as camouflage, as
the sheepskin that the raving wolf pulls over himself.
The true God does not hide Himself from the people. The person who
does not dare to step before the countenance of God as His child who
fulfills His will, created the word “mystery,” with which he thinks
he can cover up God’s will. The one who believes in the mysteries of
God thus remains blind to the truth.
The one who “pulls the wool over the eyes of others,” over a long
period of time, that is, who darkens the truth, is tied more and
more to the shadow structure that he created. Sooner or later, he
will no longer know what is the truth and what is a lie, and will
himself believe in the “mysteries of God.” This means that the blind
one follows the blind ones, who believe the same as he does. As a
result, both fall into the pit.
The world has become a fire oven, to which in time all those will
fall victim who do not cause the inner fire, the Redeemer-spark, to
glow, who cling to the shadows that irresponsible church
functionaries continue to uphold.
The supposed “mysteries of God” –
devastating consequences of ignorance
for many people until today
Why do the Catholic and Protestant-Lutheran churches always talk
about the “mysteries of God” and even keep up the “Credo quia
absurdum,” which means, “I believe, because it is absurd!”
The all-ruling, eternal and inviolable law of God is anything but
absurd. It is logic, wisdom, greatness, unsurpassable and ingenious
in its simplicity; it is highest consciousness, divine intelligence,
clarity, the truth – it is absolute. And, as the eternal Spirit once
said to us through the prophetic word about the Absolute Law:
“Absolute is absolute. There is nothing beyond this.”
The law of God is everything in all things. In every aspect of the
law, the whole is manifest, effective and alive; and the Absolute
Law as a whole is, in turn, in accord with every one of its aspects.
As already said, everything is clear and absolutely consistent,
because God is eternally and unchangeably the same: the I AM.
However, if people mix the truth, which is God, with untruth, that
is, with lies, then this conglomerate, of itself, can no longer be
conclusive and consistent. One would rightly call it absurd.
When two contradictory statements are mentioned in one and the same
connection, then only one of them can be true and right. But
sham-Christian church doctrine then talks about the “mysteries of
Mysteries are not needed by God, the eternal One, but by those who
may very well adorn themselves with the fact that they have studied
God, but actually know less about Him and know Him less than many a
simple person of the people, who strives to lead a God-conscious
life and to live in peace with his neighbor. The supposed mysteries
of God are a consequence of man’s distance from his own nature, a
lack of conscience on the part of those who feel, think and are up
to something different than what they say and preach, and whose
actions correspond to the Fall-thought.
The mysteries of God are ecclesiastical statements, because these
institutions have lost the overall view of life.
In the year 553 at the Council of Constantinople, a majority vote
condemned what the Early Christian teacher Origines had taught: that
people’s souls existed as spirit beings before their birth into a
human body, and that the event of the Fall had led them into a state
of physical existence. At the same time, they condemned the belief
that all souls and human beings would return to God one day. The
council replaced this with the teaching of eternal damnation.
And so, at that council, people rejected the teaching of Jesus of
Nazareth: the message of a loving Father-God, who condemns no one to
damnation, let alone eternally, but instead leads back all souls and
people – with the help of the Redeemer-force of the Christ of God,
which becomes effective by following His teachings. Also rejected
was the knowledge about the pre-existence of the soul, one of the
basic tenets of the teaching of reincarnation, which was also taught
by Jesus of Nazareth as we can see from several Early Christian
writings. It is the teaching that is closely related to the law of
sowing and reaping. The teaching of reincarnation lets us human
beings understand why people in the western world have become as
they are, as they present themselves today. People who could not
comprehend the message of God, or did not want to – because their
interests were not oriented to fulfilling the will of God – have
distorted and changed the teachings from the Kingdom of God. The
great wisdom of the conveyor of the message from heaven was forced
into a narrow passage of incomprehensibility by those who indulge in
Over the course of centuries, the divine message was made more and
more human and finally adapted to the desires and ambitions of the
leaders of externalized religion. These took the image of God and
the law of God, including the law of reincarnation “What you sow
today you will reap tomorrow or in a future incarnation,” and pruned
and cut it to shape and size so that it would fit what the religious
leaders wanted. Because the watered-down teachings of the mainstream
churches became ever more inconsistent and contradictory among
themselves, the church “dignitaries” draped the guise of “mysteries
of God” over them.
If in 553 at the Council of Constantinople, only a few of the
spiritually unconscious had decided differently, the “mystery” would
have been aired, and people in the western world would know all
about the existence of the human soul before its physical embodiment
and thus, about the basic tenets of the teaching of reincarnation.
This ill-starred decision robbed many people of the knowledge about
the meaning and purpose of their life on Earth. They no longer knew
the inter-connections of their fate and did not know that the
conditions for the birth of the soul into other worlds, into the
beyond, depend on the behavior of the human being during his life on
Earth, all according to what the person thought, said and did. They
also did not know that the return of the soul as a human being
should be used to make amends for what the person had caused in
Let us realize that human beings even then – in 553 – were
presumptuous enough to decide what is true and correct, and do so
even today. When a churchgoer asks about the “where from and where
to,” those who distorted the truth, the priests, cover it over with
the mysteries of God, reasoning that: “God does not let just anyone
see into His mysteries.”
In its dimensions, the devastating consequences of this wrong
decision can hardly be imagined.
Let us realize that the fatal consequence of this ignorance is that
many think that their egotistical way of thinking and living, the
disparagement and domination of their fellow man, the torture,
exploitation and murder of human beings and fellow creatures, the
ruthless fight against the lives of others, the wanting to be and to
have in its multitudinous variations etc., etc., etc., would merely
bring them advantage and profit without punishment.
God never punishes. Man punishes himself, because he himself created
the effects that he then – in this life on Earth or in the soul
realms or in future incarnations – has to experience on himself.
Whoever always does the same and similar things against the law of
freedom, against the eternal love, that is, whoever acts against the
law of God with always the same thoughts and words, is heading
toward a point where catastrophe begins for him: sorrow, illness or
But that is not everything; the disaster, which stems from spiritual
ignorance, is far more extensive. Namely, that since the person does
not know about the causal correlations of sowing and reaping, of
cause and effect, a painful and sorrowful experience cannot, or can
hardly, teach him anything, because he lacks the basic spiritual
knowledge that is the basis for self-recognition. Instead of
figuring out his own faults, his blame or partial blame, he usually
puts the blame solely on his neighbor, accusing, condemning and
judging him, and thus increasing the weight of his own burden,
instead of expiating some of it.
We know the path of probation, which is the path of
self-recognition, of clearing things up and of doing them no more.
There is also the path of expiation, which means to pay off guilt by
suffering through what a person had done earlier to others. But
without recognition of one’s own wrong behavior, of one’s own guilt,
it is not possible to dissolve these negative energy potentials. But
how shall a person recognize himself in the adversities he has
experienced if he doesn’t even know that he is the perpetrator
himself, according to the law of sowing and reaping?
The result is that all the pain and suffering was endured for
nothing, that all need and misery was suffered for nothing, if they
did not lead to insight and to a change of ways. And so, much has
been suffered in this world and in the soul realms, and still is!
We can see what terrible and far-reaching consequences the decision
in 553 in Constantinople has for many, many people right up until
today, for the morals and ethics of private and public life! The
Redeemer-power of the Christ of God can become effective only to a
relatively low degree, because, for example, “faith alone is
enough.” With this, any spiritual knowledge, any experiences of God,
any inner, religious life is declared superfluous, null and void.
Ever since Constantinople, “Christian” is ultimately no longer
Christian, but “Christendom” is a tool, an instrument in the hands
of the opponent of God, the adversary, the darkness.
Because this is so, God, the Eternal One, sent many messengers as
proclaimers of the truth, even after the life of Jesus of Nazareth
on Earth. And today, because the decline of the godless and
God-distant world can no longer be stopped, He speaks again His word
of truth, and with might, into a mankind that has been kept blind,
and into a muddled and mendacious time, in order to ignite, with the
light of truth, the light of recognition in many unknowing people.
Let us go back to the question: Why do the Catholic and
Protestant-Lutheran churches always talk about the “mysteries of
God”? The answer is: Because they do not want to be recognized as
those who in truth they are: vassals of the anti-divine forces, the
ruin of mankind as well as of nature and the animals – the
The opposing energy field of indoctrination –
A “just” war and “just” killing
It is high time that many people recognize what is binding them, in
order to then clear it up in their lives and become truly free.
As pure beings we have absolute freedom, because we do the will of
God; it is the freedom of will in His law that encompasses
everything that is good, beautiful and noble. The law of freedom is
in us and as beings in God we are and remain free. However, when a
person violates the law of love for God and neighbor, the law of
unity and freedom, which is his divine heritage and of which he is
eternally a part, then he bears the consequences of this and binds
himself to his causes, which come into effect according to the
unerring causal law.
Whatever human beings have changed in the great order, in the
Creation of God – the spiritual principles of which hold true in the
earthly, material manifestations – also has its repercussions in the
other world, where the soul will be after the death of its body. The
law of sowing and reaping that indicates to us the law of
reincarnation is the justice of God and, not last of all, His great
love. It gives person and soul the chance to forgive and to make
amends for unlawful deeds, in order to become free from the weight
and burden that we have inflicted upon our souls. If our sinful
aspects have been cleared up, our debt paid off, the result is that
soul and person vibrate higher, because everything is radiation,
vibration. Then, when the time of disembodiment comes, the soul can
lightly and buoyantly return to the fine-material, eternal kingdom
that is our eternal homeland.
And so, reincarnation, re-embodiment, gives the new human being a
chance to make amends in this incarnation for the mistakes and
faults he committed in former existences, that is, to even them out.
True freedom is unlimited, all-encompassing and present in all
things, in every human being and in the laws of nature. Only the
person who lives in the law of God is truly free.
Many a moral coward is aware that the Old Testament was not only
distorted by the caste of priests, but also uprooted. Despite this,
when they can no longer curb their aggressions, they base themselves
on the Old Testament. The one who sees that he is in danger of no
longer being able to restrain his aggressions becomes a predestined
bearer of arms, who only too gladly directs his rifle at animals,
which the worldly power-apparatus dismissed as an acknowledged
target, over which it draped the “right,” the lot, to be slaughtered
and shot down, whether in forest and field or in slaughterhouses.
The reckless acrobats of aggression need their justification for
killing animals. Their support comes from those of like-mind and
from the Pharisees of meat, all of whom howl with the wolves for the
sake of their palates – against the Mother Earth, for power and for
those obsessed with it.
The true realist, the clear thinker, sees through this and realizes
that the Old Testament is largely a pagan work of art, equipped with
a seedbed, so to speak, into which theological sophistries are
planted in the name of theology and embellished with the word
“Christian.” During the last 2000 years, their plantings, their
embellishments, were pruned more and more to fit their “diplomacy,”
in order to keep the moral cowards and losers dumb, which they have
also managed to do.
By cleverly influencing their vassals, the embellishment became
rampant and called itself Catholic and Protestant-Lutheran. Because
the majority of people remained blind, the words from Reinhard Mey:
“The minister took the bishop’s arm, whispering, “You keep them
dumb, I’ll keep them poor...” reverberate in time and space. Because
the blind follow the blind, the blind church power-holders don’t
have to do a lot of explaining, because the spell of the “mysteries
of God” quickly silences a possibly rebellious appendage.
The church institutions that with their influence dominate public
life, and ultimately, all state organs, created a pagan media
apparatus for themselves, with which they cleverly weaseled
themselves into governing and managing all spheres of life –
politics, economy, science, culture ... Thus, the infiltration is
broadcast and the negative energy field of indoctrination that is
called “Church Christianity” is intensified. It is a large field of
negative forces, the volume of which is filled with a pagan
consciousness, into which infants are bound already when they are
baptized. From infancy on, what the parents have long ago become is
successively instilled in the child.
If God is the All-unity and the baptism of babies is a part of the
All-unity, then why don’t animals need baptism? Why don’t animals
build temples in order to worship God in them? The simple answer is
because they live in their Creator. For this, they are persecuted by
those who from cradle to casket swim in a pagan and polluted baby
bath, the baptismal water.
The Eternal One and His Son, Jesus, the Christ, are long in
patience. Before and after Jesus, the Christ, enlightened men and
women, admonishers, came again and again, who warned the
power-apparatus Church, which during the last 2000 years has been
working in the name of Jesus, the Christ, to change its ways and
called it to reflect on the teachings of Jesus, the Christ, and to
no longer lead people astray.
What the church functionaries actually practiced on the many
enlightened men and women is partly confirmed in writing. The
ecclesiastical power-apparatus did not keep to any of the
instructions of the Almighty that were given through the enlightened
men, women and prophets. It continued to work destructively, right
up until the present time. Its motto is: Everything that does not
conform – whether human, animal or nature – is to be eliminated.
Human and animal sacrifices are welcome to the adversary. This is
why a defensive war is sanctioned as a matter of course in church
teachings. Yes, it even talks about a “just war.” This means that
all men and animals that die in a defensive war, die rightly,
because according to ecclesiastical judgement, it is a just war.
Dear friends, in order to fully grasp the purport of this statement,
one needs to clearly realize that when the Church – as an
ethical-moral authority supposedly appointed by God – declares
something to be “just,” then this means, just before God!
What an outrage! And yet there are many indolent contemporaries,
who, intellectually lazy, lethargic and without conscience as they
have become after thousands of years of indoctrination, “swallow”
such statements from the Church and readily confirm them with a
servile nod of the head.
Consequently, the destruction of nature is also “just.”
Jesus, the Christ, did not speak of a “just war.” He taught us to
love our enemies and to do good to those who hate us. He taught us
the mighty power behind building bridges of love for God and
neighbor, and never spoke of war. Every war – whether against human
beings, animals or nature – bears the stench of death. In the
commandments it says: You shall not kill! This commandment is
all-encompassing. It is spoken out of unity and for the unity in the
temporal. It holds true for human beings, animals, and for all of
Whoever condones a “just war,” like, for example, the Church
authorities, should lead the way with a good example – as generals
who fight on the front lines, in order to teach the soldiers how to
carry out “just” killing. How would a Catholic general act when
suddenly the enemy stood before him and took away his, the
general’s, weapon, pointing it at him with the following question:
“Shall I now kill you or murder you with your own weapon? How would
you prefer it? Your religion allows killing and so I will kill you!”
How does the ecclesiastic general act, who, in his teaching, is for
killing? Does he say heroically: “Kill me; I allow you to do this!”
Or does he take flight, because he wants to be neither murdered nor
The caste of priests, the state and the farmers follow the
Fall-thought, to kill and have killed everything that does not fit
into their concept
One can truly come to recognize that every disaster originates with
the caste of priests. They have it in their power to either curb
state authority or let it have free rein – depending on whether it
benefits the church institution or not. What it did was to bring
things so far that it can influence the state in any way it wants.
This is how the caste of priests took the state in tow and exerted
its influence on its subjects, the church faithful, accordingly.
For example, the perniciousness of the church calls on us to
consider animals as soulless creatures, with no rights, subject to
the brutality of the church faithful. This means the church faithful
may kill them or keep them in animal ghettos for a long time, until
they are ready for slaughter, so that they can then be consumed by
the church faithful, those obedient to a corpse.
The hierarchical thinking that comes from the caste of priests
always contains, to the very end, death as the very last station,
the end point. What lies behind this is clearly obvious: It is the
Fall-thought, which has as its goal the dissolution of every form of
life and making this transformed energy – since no energy is lost –
into a new kind of creation energy. The model used to dissolve
everything that the Eternal One created is hierarchically arranged
in stages, and always leads to death.
The Fall-thought, the satanic will of the Fall, is the pernicious
spirit that blew at all times in the spheres of influence, power and
control of the respective pharisees and scribes. Jesus of Nazareth
directed explicit, clear and unambiguous words to the priesthood of
His time, which can be read, still truthful and apparently
“unvarnished,” in present day Bibles, in the 23rd chapter of
Matthew. Among other things, Jesus said:
“Woe to you, scribes and pharisees, hypocrites! For you are like
white-washed tombs, which on the outside look beautiful, but inside
they are full of the bones of the dead and all kinds of filth. So on
the outside you also look righteous to others, but inside you are
full of hypocrisy and lawlessness.
Woe to you, scribes and pharisees, hypocrites! For you build the
tombs of the prophets and decorate the graves of the righteous, and
you say: ‘If we had lived in the days of our ancestors, we would not
have taken part with them in shedding the blood of the prophet.’
Thus you testify against yourselves that you are descendants of
those who murdered the prophets. Fill up, then, the measure of your
ancestors. You snakes, you brood of vipers. How can you escape being
sentenced to hell?”
In this way, the church institutions deliver to us, via their Holy
Scripture, the Bible –“the true word of God,” the books “which
firmly, faithfully and without error teach the truth,” which “has
God as its author,” at least that is what their catechism says (Nos.
105 & 107) – itself proof that the Church and its functionaries kill
everything, or have everything killed, that does not fit into their
By the way, today they no longer kill the prophets. A small look
into what happens to a prophet in our time and world can be found,
dear friends, for instance, in the last 20 pages of the Gabriele
Letter No. 3.
In His teachings, the Lord points out again and again that the
Church is the Fall-thought, when it claims that faith alone is
enough. Already as Jesus of Nazareth, He said: The one who hears
these words of mine and does them is a wise man... (Mt. 7:24)
This is also passed down in the Gospel of Matthew, where He said:
“Not every one who says to me: ‘Lord! Lord!’ shall enter the Kingdom
of Heaven, but he who does the will of my Father who is in heaven.”
As already indicated, the highest Fall-authority of the court of the
Fall is the caste of priests, who have “inhaled” the state. The
second Fall-authority is the farmer’s lobby, which has the large and
small farmers in tow. Many farmers are loyal adherents of the
Church, who, according to church custom are absorption experts,
vacuum extractors, who think only of their own advantage and
“inhale” for themselves alone, everything that is offered to them
for their benefit. They are the main ringleaders, where shooting
down animals in forest and field is concerned, animals that could do
damage to their absorption-miserliness of “everything only for me,
and for me the best and the most.”
Many people, in part guileless consumers, think that farmers are
active protectors of nature who stand up for flora and fauna, for
forest, field and animal. Upon closer examination, one learns
differently. Frequently, they are the killers of nature and animals.
Without the slightest pang of conscience, farmers annually kill
millions of small organisms and micro-organisms by spreading liquid
and solid manure and deadly chemicals. The poison rains down onto
their tiny bodies, the traditional murderous disaster. What torment
the countless animals must endure until they die is all the same to
the greedy ones without conscience. Killing takes place for a “good
and satisfactory” price.
And the “gentleman farmers” do not stop before the trees and bushes
that stand at the edge of their fields and may cast a slight shadow
over them. Whether the trees and bushes are filled with sap or not –
they fall victim to the farmers’ miserliness. After all, the short
shadows could lessen a field’s yield.
A farmer is usually an adherent of a church. The church leaders
adorned with ornamentation and fancy headdresses, who let themselves
be worshipped by the people on church holidays – whereby God plays
only a secondary role – are the worst role models for their
worshippers. They also have trees, bushes and flowers cut down for
their ritual holidays.
Another kind of farmers are the animal-ghetto keepers. Animals are
kept in animal-ghettos and are raised on a cleverly devised,
profit-oriented fattening feed that is not right for their species,
always with the thought: The animal is a commodity that should be
sold well, for the benefit of animal cannibalism. The meat consumers
are then offered pieces of the carcass of a creature that had to eke
out a horrible existence under the heels of the animal keeper, and
that from birth on already bore the stamp of death – for the animal
cannibals, who then consume the flesh of the enslaved and fattened
The cruelties seem endless. The animal keepers take the young away
from animal mothers who likewise are condemned to death in the
animal ghettos, so that the latter can offer their milk and all
products made from it to the consumers. Like their mothers, the
animal young also bear the stamp of death – for the consumer, who
pleasurably consumes the carcass pieces and milk products enriched
with unspeakable suffering.
Another authority in this death-bringing hierarchy is the hunters’
lobby with its trained killer-marksmen, the hunters, who call
themselves the protectors of nature.
All those who condone war, including the war in forest and field,
are advocates of death. They have the blessing of the church
institutions. Everyone and everything that is for killing were and
are blessed by the churches, thus even the hunters with their bloody
cries of “happy hunting.” They are absorbed by the ecclesiastic reel
of death. When the huntsman’s battle cry sounds out, the hunting
horn, the hunters take up war against the animals of the forests and
Every hunter whom one could call a killing machine would be
indignant over such a title. His argument, that animals have to be
killed to counter overpopulation, comes from the same militant
test-tubes used by the whole entourage of the churches to get their
corresponding answers and instructions.
It is an odd argumentation when they say that the “protectors of
nature” have to set population limits for the animals, which as far
as anyone can judge are allowed to live in a living space that is
determined by human beings. And who determines the living space of
the animals and their numbers that have to live within the confines
of this predetermined space? It is, of course, the hunters, for whom
the caste of priests may be an example – not only because pastors,
priests and high church dignitaries indulge in the pleasure of
hunting, but also in regard to how the church functionaries treated
those people who did not correspond to their criteria during the
In addition, since the Middle Ages, the caste of priests has
implanted into the consciousness of the people influenced by it the
idea that animals do not have an immortal soul, but merely an
instinct – whereby it is seldom that one knows exactly what instinct
is. The scientific definition of “instinct” can be read in the
dictionary. Whether this corresponds to the truth is hard to prove,
since science more often than not has been mistaken. This is of no
consequence to church appendages – it is simply accepted as the
caste of priests proclaims and prescribes. And with this, every
question of conscience is dismissed.
Despite this hierarchical Fall-behavior on the part of many, I hope
that not everyone blows into the martial hunting horn in the belief
that a defensive war against human beings and a war against animals,
against nature, yes, against the whole Mother Earth are allowed. It
is certainly allowed by the ecclesiastic Fall-authority – but not by
Jesus, the Christ, the Prince of Peace, who taught love and love for
neighbor and also love for animals, because the animals are the
little brothers and sisters of human beings.
The Eternal’s harmonious order in His creation – as long as the
human being does not interfere
War against the animals. Is this war offensive or defensive? How
does the caste of priests categorize this war? Or are they of the
opinion that the animals debased by them into creatures without
souls can simply be killed without a problem? Apparently another
justification for the murder of animals is the fact that they don’t
wear pants, because in the Lutheran Catechism (Lutheran Catechism
for Adults, 5th Edition, 1989), we find: “On the animal we see
especially the profanity, the taboo-free lack of inhibition toward
procreation, birth and death as most inhuman and foreign to our
nature. For the history of mankind first begins with feelings of
shame and funeral rituals. No animal covers it genitals, no animal
honors and buries its dead.”
Despite everything that the churches have attributed to the animals,
they have a finer way of living than many a human being. They breed
only two, or at the most three, times a year. Their sexual life does
not consist of a sexual drive that urges one into an exaggerated
sexuality, which expresses itself in excesses. Animals also do not
belong to the “genus” of pedophiles.
Let us become aware of the fact that every day human beings take a
great deal of land away from the animals. They are pushed back more
and more, their habitat becomes ever smaller and their nature ghetto
ever more confined. Everyday, human beings fight against Mother
Earth, which is the home of animals and plants and not, last of all,
the home of human beings, as well.
How does a person act with regards to Mother Earth? He, the adherent
of the Fall-thought, the fellow who brings death, in, on and above
the Earth, wages war against the creatures of God that live in unity
with Mother Earth. With belligerent and egotistical elan, with rifle
and the hunt chase, he drives the animals of the forests and fields
out of their ancestral and native habitats and into a nature ghetto.
When he thinks that too many animals are living in this nature
ghetto, he shoots them down in order to deal with “overpopulation.”
The hunter considers himself the “God” of the forest. He determines
the number of animals in forest and field. He, who rages in the
animal ghetto and from whose nostrils exudes the odor of death, has
become a furtive death machine.
Animals, who are much more intelligent than many a person, smell
this breath pregnant with death and take flight. Then the bullet
shoots out of the rifle’s muzzle, turning the animal into a carcass.
The hunter consumes many a piece of the carcass and by doing so, is
permeated with the odor of death.
War against human beings, war against the animal world, war against
the plant world, war against the whole Mother Earth – this is the
Fall-thought, to extinguish all the life that has taken on form.
People defend themselves; animals do not defend themselves. They
have no death-bringing weapons; they are always the loser. The
cowardly hunter counts on this as he furtively shoots down from
ambush the creatures of God. Many animals do not even attack; they
take flight. Their fear and need is ignored. They are encircled by
hunters and hunted down. Within the ring of hunters, they are then
bagged by the heroes of the hunt. Following this, the church holds a
St. Hubert (the patron saint of hunters) mass in honor of the hunt
and blesses the faithful hierarchical-thinkers, whose consciousness
is no larger than the muzzle of the rifle, through which they bring
terrible pain, suffering and death to the defenseless creatures.
What does the Church call this war? Perhaps a defensive war? Or is
it a war with expectations of profit, because the dead animal, its
carcass, brings profit to those who sell it.
God, the Creator of life, is the unity and the measure of all
things. In nature and in the animal kingdom, there is unity, balance
and the all-encompassing order of God. It regulates fertility in the
animal world and the fruits of the plant world. The elements and the
seasons could give people information about the order of the Eternal
The four elementary forces work for Mother Earth. Because God is the
life in everything, He is also with Mother Earth and all forms of
life. Via the elementary forces – sun, light and warmth; water and
rain; the soil with the teeming life in it; the air and the wind –
the mighty Spirit brings everything to bloom in spring, the fruit to
ripen in summer and in late summer the harvest begins. In autumn the
life in nature gradually goes to rest, so that – when this part of
the Earth again turns to the element sun, that is, to fire – it
blossom anew in the spring. winter is a time of rest and at the same
time, a preparation for the new life in spring. It is a harmonious
sequence of events in nature, a cycle of life, of which growth and
evolution are at the same time an intrinsic part.
Within this framework – spring, summer, autumn and winter – the
great Spirit also takes care of the animal kingdom. In late summer,
we see already that the fur coat of the animals becomes stronger; it
grows and thickens. God, the eternal life, also equips the animals
for the cold season in another way. Many animals gather the fruits
of summer, in order to survive winter. They sense that a time of
rest is now starting for them. In autumn, life stirs in various
species of animals. The act of procreation in autumn brings forth
life, their young, that is, animal babies, in the spring. When human
beings do not harvest the last bit of grain from the fields and
leave enough living space for the animals, they have enough food for
the whole year. God sees to this.
In spring, the order of God starts in again, for example, the thick
fur coat is gradually shed, and a summer coat develops. Let us think
of the animals of the air, the animals in the waters, in and on the
Earth, in the forests – everywhere, the order of God is found, as
long as human beings do not interfere.
Often we hear: “Nature will take care of it!” This is correct. The
forces of life in the nature of our Earth are connected to the great
cosmic pulse-beat of the Being, which maintains, vivifies and causes
all things to grow and ripen together in harmony. These are the
forces of the eternal Creator-Spirit, which bring forth all forms of
life and fill the great unity with life, which corresponds to His
Order, His Will, His Wisdom, His Harmony. Should there be only one
thing that the almighty and omnipresent All-Spirit, God, cannot
achieve or cannot manage – like regulating the animal population?
Let us not forget: God gave Mother Earth not only to human beings,
but also to the animals, the plants; everything that the Earth bears
should live together in unity and peace. That is the law of God.
However, man not only drives animals into confinement and kills them
– he even places himself above God, by believing he must establish a
balance in nature, that is, take over regulating the animal
Presumptuous and arrogant is the person who does not hesitate to
intervene in God’s finely balanced Creation and who even brazenly
acts the Creator. It is an outrageous game with the energy of life,
which comes solely from God, an intervention in His harmonious
order, which man could never conceive of or create.
Man, the savage on God’s Earth, is responsible for the unsustainable
conditions on our planet, which are presently escalating and heading
toward a disastrous and global point of tipping the scales.
The cause for this calamitous development lies in the Fall-thought,
in the “I want – for me!,” in egoism, in mankind’s turning away from
unity and in the ruthlessness that stems from being “against one’s
neighbor” and “against our second neighbors.”
The law of God is giving love, absolute constructive power. And so,
life is giving. Giving makes one free. Giving leads to inner wealth,
to fullness; for the one who gives from his heart will also receive.
Unfortunately, human beings – true to the Fall-thought – are
oriented toward taking. Taking, a person’s wanting to have for
himself alone, is destructive and ultimately results in poverty.
“Modern” agriculture hardly leaves a single grain for the animal
world. The farmers’ machines can be compared to gigantic sweepers.
When harvest time comes, these machines suck up every ear, every
little kernel of grain from the field. The farmer practically
begrudges the animals the last grain. When the animals take from a
field what they are entitled to – because God cares for everyone and
everything – then the call goes out for the animal-killer, the
hunter, who should shoot them down. The hunters fulfill the farmer’s
wish, on the one hand, because of the “damage” which an animal – as
the farmer believes – does to his field, because it takes what it
needs in order to somehow survive winter; and on the other hand,
because many a hunter has a lust to kill. Besides, an animal that
has been shot is a gain for the hunter as well as for the butcher
who buys it. The Judas-money flows into the “hunting penny,” which
the hunter has to pay to the landowner for his hunting lease, and
the butcher makes his profit on the slaughtered animal, whose body
he cuts up and whose meat he sells to the consumer, who consumes the
broiled or roasted and seasoned meat with great relish. For an
innocent animal, which is hunted, chased, murdered and disemboweled,
the inedible parts thrown away, the edible parts sawed up and
prepared for the consumer, which the animal-cannibal then consumes,
this is a path of unspeakable suffering.
Each day, human beings steal unimaginably large tracts, many
hectares of living space, from the animals. God has taken care of
the whole Earth. He is the scale in everything. Because human beings
take living space away from the animals, God will not reduce the
population of animals. They belong to the balance of unity, which is
always in balance. When people reduce the animal’s living space,
then the same number of animals have to live there, forced into
greater population density. Then we hear: Overpopulation! And so,
people then intervene and kill.
Recently we heard on the German radio station, B5 Aktuell: “Nature
protectors are talking about how land is being eaten up by spreading
industrial areas, traffic projects and the construction of ever
larger homes.” And: “Every minute 200 square meters are built upon
Here, animal protectors are giving proof of the land theft that is
forcing animals into nature ghettos. The hunter’s excuse then is:
“We have too many animals; we have to act against overpopulation.
One has to practice conservation at certain times”– which means
nothing more than to take the life from some of the animals.
It is human beings who artificially breed animals in the barns of
factory farming, so that the consumer – again, human beings – has
meat, meat, meat. Human beings are the ones who cut down the
forests, poison the fields and kill the tiny living beings and
micro-organisms. The human being is the author of all evil, under
which he himself at some point will come to ruin. The warring
Fall-fellow, the human being, is the one who disturbs and destroys
everything, who brings unspeakable suffering upon himself, but also
upon innocent creatures, the animals.
Human beings slander and discriminate against their fellow men.
Human beings lie. Human beings subjugate and cheat their fellow man.
Human beings torture and murder the animals. Human beings,
animal-cannibals, consume their little brothers and sisters, the
animals. Human beings interfere in forests and fields, cut down
trees when they are in full sap and spread poisons on the fields, on
the heads of the tiny living beings and micro-organisms. In war he
goes against his brothers and sisters, practicing fratricide and
claiming he is the crown of creation.
Many of these wrongdoers, who think they are the crown of creation,
call themselves Christian. The so-called Christians are usually
church-Christians. Through this, they are part of the clan of the
Fall, which thinks solely of destroying everything that the order of
God consists of. The human being, egotistical executive assistant to
those who conduct the Fall, intervenes in everything, in order to
bring it all to ruin and decline. His role models are the church
institutions, which for 2000 years have been up to their tricks,
always focused on discriminating against everything, spreading lies,
eliminating and destroying everything that is not part of their
sphere of interest.
The “Christian” churches have brought
only suffering, need and death to human beings,
nature and the animals
Many a reader may ask: Are the churches really those certain
accomplices, the calamitous power, which is to blame for everything,
including the suffering of animals?
For as long as they have existed, the churches, which consider
themselves to be a Christian authority, have brought only suffering,
need and death to mankind, nature and the animals. We only need to
think of the Crusades, of the Middle Ages, of the burning of
so-called witches; we only need to think of slavery and the last
massacre of Orthodox Serbians by Catholic Croatians in Yugoslavia
between 1941 and 1943.
The fascist dictator Ante Pavelic (right) and the Papal Nuntius
Marcone (middle) understood each other very well and worked closely
together. (picture: Ahrimann Verlag, Freiburg)
The church institutions also condone so-called defensive wars and
war on the animals, the murder of animals. They have betrayed the
teachings of Jesus by doing the opposite of what Jesus taught. They
mixed the clear teachings of the Nazarene with pagan rituals. In the
teletext of a German public television company, ARD, the following
could be read under the heading From All Over the World:
“In Haiti Voodoo is recognized as a religion. About 200 years after
Haiti became independent, Voodoo was recognized as an official
religion. President Jean Bertrant Aristide issued a corresponding
decree. Voodoo was to be made equal by law to the Christian
denomination. Three fourths of Haiti’s eight million inhabitants are
considered adherents of the Voodoo cult. It is a polytheistic
religion, which the ancestors of present-day inhabitants, abducted
as slaves from Africa, brought with them in the 18th century and
mixed with Christian elements.”
The teachings of Jesus have truly nothing at all to do with the
“Christian elements” in Voodoo! They are elements from the church
institutions that mixed and blended their pagan cult rituals with
the teachings of Jesus, the Christ. The Brockhaus Encyclopedia gives
the following information: “In Voodoo, elements of the religions
brought by the black slaves from West Africa since the 16th century
are melded with Catholicism ... Worshipped are ... divine beings
from African conception, which were transferred in part to Catholic
saints as their character traits.”
The whole combination of rituals is then partially carried out under
the name of “Christian.” Such and similar statements as those that
say that the Voodoo religion contains Christian elements show how
the teachings of Jesus, the Christ, have been twisted.
That the churches are perpetrators of the misery, the suffering and
the killing of animals was also determined at the beginning of the
1990s by theology professor Dr. Erich Gräßer, former professor of
New Testament theology at the University of Bonn and presently a
member of the theology faculty at the University of Greifswald. In a
lecture, he refers to a statement made by the former President of
the German Animal Protection Society, Dr. Andreas Grasmüller, in
which he said that animal protection is no ground for joy, but
rather reason to feel ashamed that we need it at all. This shame,
according to the theologian, is not shared by the Christian
churches. “What about church and animal protection? When the history
of our church is written one day, the topic of ‘church and animal
protection’ during the 20th century will present just as black a
chapter as the topic of ‘church and the burning of witches’ once did
in the Middle Ages. And just as the churches failed in the 19th
century regarding social questions and drove the workers out of the
churches, so do they fail today regarding the protection of animals
and nature and drive animal protectors out of the churches. For the
churches do not consider themselves responsible for animal
Professor Gräßer then goes into the history of this church contempt
for animals: “Where does this forgetting of animals in the churches
come from? Well, it is based on the fact that ethics, theological as
well as philosophical, thinks it has to concern itself only with the
behavior of people toward people and toward society.” Professor
Gräßer cites Albert Schweitzer, who once said that Europeans
thinkers are like persnickety housewives who “watch that no animals
run around in their ethics.” Gräßer added to this: “What it brings
out in the way of foolishness, in order to uphold traditional
pettiness and make it into a principle, borders on the incredulous.
Either it leaves out compassion for animals entirely, or sees to it
that it shrivels up into a meaningless residue. What we are
experiencing today is a precisely calculated, cleverly developed and
terrible, infernal game that degrades into animal machines the
animals meant for slaughter in factory farming. The excess of eggs,
meat and butter that western prosperous societies produce in this
way is paid by the torture of animals that is unworthy of human
beings. In contrast to this atrocity that is practiced everywhere
without punishment, Albert Schweitzer’s ethics of reverence before
life reads like a message from another planet. And a church that
remains silent in the face of all this is thus declaring the
bankruptcy of its sermon of mercy!” (Source: Work Group Against
Vivisection, Interlaken, Switzerland)
Clear words by an independently thinking Christian, who understood
what Jesus, the Christ, wanted, what He taught and what
responsibility every true Christian faces!
Furthermore, Prof. Gräßer poses other critical questions, which also
give every contemporary as well as many a church Christian impetus
to think on their own or could even let them see the light. For
“What do we know of the historical Jesus? What kind of sources do we
have? ... Should we pay no attention to history but merely to
testimonials of belief? Will the believer even turn into the
non-believer when he depends on historical knowledge? Moreover: Is
the historical Jesus the measure of all things, or with His
pronouncements does he merely belong to the prerequisites of
theology of the New Testament?”
The results of the historical-critical research regarding the life
and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth are not known to me. But there is
a work, in which He, Christ, who walked over this Earth as Jesus,
reports about this Himself in great detail. It is called “This Is My
Word. Alpha and Omega. The Gospel of Jesus. The Christ-Revelation
which meanwhile has become known to true Christians the world over.”
Gräßer also tosses out the interesting question:
“What is valid: Jesus and Paul, or Jesus or Paul?”
Back to the topic of animal protection in statements made by
representatives of the churches. It has meanwhile begun to dawn on
some of them that the contempt of animals introduced by their
institution crassly contradicts the commandments of God. An example
of this is the Protestant-Lutheran church councilor Helmut Breit,
who in a program of the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation entitled
On a Word, pointed out the sad fate of the animals, as takes place
daily many times on our roads:
“The car’s headlights hardly pick it up. In the middle of the road
lies a small hedgehog* that has been run over. Flattened by
countless tires, one can no longer recognize its cute shape. I am
reminded of the story of the hare and the hedgehog, in which the
hedgehog, being the cleverer one, tricks the hare and in the end is
the victor. But he has no chance against human beings.
* He is referring to a very small and cute European animal which has
quills like American hedgehogs or porcupines, but is nowhere near as
large. We know the story referred to as the “Tortoise and the Hare.”
What in nature can stand up to human beings at all? ‘Did it die
immediately?’ I ask myself. Did it, the hedgehog, know what hit it?
Does it have a family, perhaps children? Do they even notice that a
parent is missing? You might say strange questions. A hedgehog! How
many people are dying in traffic accidents all the time?
Is a human being worth more than a hedgehog? Of course, in
self-estimation everyone will affirm this. But that is our mistake,
our mistaken way of thinking. Life is always equal in value.
Christians should know this. God is my Creator and he was the
Creator of this dead hedgehog. Reverence before life, as Albert
Schweitzer once said. He was right. Reverence before life. In the
Bible, it says that nature sighs under mankind and longingly awaits
redemption, including this hedgehog.” (from Igel Bulletin (Hedgehog
Bulletin), No. 9, May 1993)
The thoughtlessness with which man interferes in the life of his
fellow man and his fellow creatures, the animals, is truly amazing.
Impassively, he uses his neighbors and his second neighbors for his
own purposes. According to what is needed, he takes pieces of their
bodies, for example, to artificially prolong the existence on this
Earth of a human being who is approaching his end – paying no
attention to whether this was foreseen for his life plan and whether
the patient can meaningfully and gainfully make use of his
additional years on Earth at all, when considering it in view of his
At this time, complaints are being made that more and more
pathogens, viruses that trigger severe epidemics in mankind, have
been transferred to people from certain kinds of animals – a
development that leaves medicine and science helpless and worried.
But let us remember: Who was it then, who began to override the
natural barriers between the organisms of humans and animals, for
example, through organ transplants?
The churches condone organ transplants. How much this approval
violates the laws of God is meanwhile beginning to occur to many a
theologian. And so, Doctor of Theology Erhard Meier, lecturer for
religious science at the Universities of Hildesheim and Kiel and
instructor at Catholic and Protestant-Lutheran academies and adult
education centers, who has intensely explored the ethics of animal
protection, determined in a lecture:
“The Vatican (Academy for Life) has no fundamental reservations
against the transplantation of organs from animals to human beings.”
In the following position taken by Meiers, it says: “I reject as
unconscionable the transplantation of an organ, (for example, a
heart), from a dead pig to a sick human being. Human beings may not
encroach upon the life of other fellow creatures in a blinded pose
of power, just simply because animals are defenseless. This is
forbidden by the Holy Scriptures, which also call for the protection
of the respectively weak and weakest.
The fundamental spiritual feature of the Bible can be seen in the
event of Christ: birth, life, works, death, resurrection, ascension
and return as the Son of God, Jesus, the Christ, that is, as the
Messiah, the return of the Lamb of God, that we will worship. Here,
an encompassing story of salvation is revealed by God to us, which
holds true for the salvation of all creatures. In Romans 8:18ff, as
well as in the Apocalypse, is plainly expressed what the fundamental
spiritual feature of this revelation is, namely, the observation of
the mysteries of life in and of themselves – and the turn of this
condition of need, so that living creatures bow to one another in
As a human being, I have no right to claim the organ of an animal
(or of another human being) for myself, since every single creature
bears the mystery of life, in which we all have an EQUAL share.
Particularly in view of the endless far-reaching and dark
transgressions of human beings (terrorism, etc.), it is now time to
look within and to become clear as to WHO WE HUMAN BEINGS ARE: with
a dignity that we do not have of ourselves, but by the grace of God
The résumé of the religion scientist: “I plead for reflection,
analysis, meditation, asceticism, prayer, vegetarianism ...”
Meier’s closing words are worth thinking about: “True quality of
life and joy bring our eyes to the already present beauties of the
creation of God.”
“Animals have infectious diseases –
who infected them?”
Unfortunately, human beings have become the enemy of animals. He
chases and hunts them, keeps them in animal ghettos and transmits
pathogens to them, making them sick.
In Feb. 1997, many thought he had heard wrong when God, the Creator,
spoke in His revelation as the plaintiff for the suffering animal
world: “Many of you say that animals have infectious diseases. Who
infected them – God or human beings? You absorb this information and
experience the infectious diseases on your physical bodies. Who is
to blame? God? Or yourselves?”
(The All-Spirit, GOD, speaks directly into our time through His
prophetess. He does not speak the word of the Bible)
Today, after the Mad Cow Disease disaster, SARS and most recently in
view of the bird flu, everyone knows what was meant. The
commentators in the media feel obliged not to tone down these events
with harmless presentations. On the contrary: The writing on the
wall is too clear to be simply wiped away.
When we think of what we have imposed on the animals over thousands
of years, centuries and particularly during the past decades, it is
not surprising that we human beings are getting back what we have
done to the animals and still do today.
Hundreds and thousands of animals are kept in animal ghettos, where
they are mere mass commodities, where pheromones are used to induce
fertilization, in order to bring the produced “commodity,” the
animal, to the consumer who virtually fattens himself on the flesh
of those enslaved with no rights. The excrement that accumulates in
such animal ghettos is spread on the fields, along with all the
chemical substances contained in it, as well as other poisons in the
form of pesticides, fungicides and all other illness-causing
chemicals that are absorbed not only by people, but also by the
animals of the forests and fields. What choice do the animals have
but to swallow the poison? For they live from what the fields and
forests offer them. Through this, they sicken more and more. They
transmit the pathogenic viruses and bacteria to people, and rightly
so, for the author of everything that the animals have to bear,
endure and suffer is the human being.
The beast, human being, is going under through its own bestial
behavior. In the magazine Das Friedensreich, May 2003, we can read
“SARS – It Jumped from Animal to Human
Once again a pathogen has effortlessly jumped across the border
between species – animal and human – thus triggering a dangerous
epidemic. At the time we went to press, over 120 people had died
worldwide from the insidious lung infection SARS (severe acute
respiratory syndrome), over 3000 were infected, including several in
Germany – and by the time you read this, the figures will presumably
be higher. In an age of globalization, epidemics spread far more
quickly than in earlier times.
The pathogen was found to be a so-called corona-virus, which under
the electron-microscope reminds us of a solar corona. Such viruses
usually merely trigger harmless colds in people. Cats, cows,
chickens or pigs, however, can become fatally ill from them.
Apparently in the Chinese province of Guangdong such a virus was
passed on by a person, having changed so much beforehand that it
could ‘outsmart’ the human immune system. Presumably a chicken was
the carrier, for the first infected people were bird-dealers and
cooks. It is also feasible that the virus stemmed from an animal
living in the wild, which was hunted and consumed as an ‘exotic
In rural China people and domestic animals live very closely
together. Good hygiene is hardly followed. The water is polluted;
children play next to pigs, chickens and ducks; handkerchiefs or
Kleenex are unheard of. But even congested cities like Hong Kong,
where people live in extremely confined spaces together with animals
being raised for slaughter, have frequently become breeding grounds
for new epidemics. Over and over again, dangerous influenza
outbreaks have originated in this milieu and then spread round the
The suffering of the animals comes back to human beings
Is it merely improved hygiene that is needed? Or does this illness
want to tell us something else? AIDS and Mad Cow Disease also
presumably jumped from animals to human beings. Wherever people hunt
and consume animals, even into the deepest parts of the jungle, and
wherever they keep animals under torturous conditions in order to
slaughter and consume them, they always create an auspicious milieu
for pathogens. What human beings do to animals comes back to them
sooner or later in the form of illness and disease.
In ‘Holland bird flu’ has meanwhile jumped from poultry to human
beings. Five workers at the Dutch Ministry of Health contracted eye
infections. Earlier, thousands of chickens were killed in Holland
because of the epidemic. Such a pathogenic jump from animal to human
in the form of a fatal epidemic is, from the point of view of the
pathogen, an ‘error’ or a dead-end. For it cannot be the goal of a
pathogen to quickly kill the ‘host animal,’ because then it dies
along with it.
In these terms, perhaps we human beings are looking into a mirror:
Haven’t we become deadly “pathogens” for the Mother Earth, mutations
of horror that threaten the right to life of animals and plants? And
because of this, aren’t we in danger of destroying ourselves, as
well? A human who is presumptuous enough to consider himself the
‘crown of creation’ has in reality become the ‘corona virus’ (corona
comes from Latin meaning ‘crown’!).”
That this disaster is advancing can be concluded from the following
articles in the June 2003 issue of Das Friedensreich:
“Bird Flu. Human Beings Make Animals Sick –
and thus, Themselves
The SARS epidemic broke out in China – that is far away ... But now,
very close by, there is a second epidemic center that at first
glance is comparatively harmless for human beings. Bird flu broke
out in Holland in March, and traveled from there to Belgium and
western Germany. For ‘purely preventative’ reasons, almost 30
million (!) chickens and turkeys have been killed.
But there have already been victims among human beings as well. In
Holland a 57 year-old veterinarian who had visited the contaminated
barns died. Numerous workers who participated in the killing
campaign came down with conjunctivitis (an eye infection). Even
though human beings normally do not become seriously ill from the
bird flu, experts are nevertheless troubled: When a bird-flu
pathogen meets up with a ‘normal’ influenza virus in a person, a new
“super virus” could develop, which could be strongly infectious as
well as fatal for people. ‘None of the six billion people on Earth
would have any power of resistance against this new type of
pathogen,” said Klaus Stöhr of the World Health Organization.
Something similar already happened once: In 1918 the ‘Spanish Flu’
spread like wildfire – 20 to 40 million people died from it. It is
also conceivable that such a ‘super virus’ could form in a domestic
pig, for poultry as well as human viruses could cavort there – and
possibly mix together. In some of the barns contaminated by the bird
flu, antibodies against the avian disease were already found in
And how did bird flu develop in Holland? It is assumed that the
pathogen spread from a wild duck colony to a business in which
thousands of chickens may have very well been kept in an outdoor
enclosure, but nevertheless vegetating in torturously close
quarters. That would be a typical human fallacy.
And so, are the wild animals to blame? It is the same with swine
fever, by the way: The animals living in the wild serve only as
carriers. The pathogens are ‘bred’ and multiplied in the barns of
factory farming, where animals must live under unnatural conditions
and without the proper food for their species. This raises their
susceptibility to disease. Human beings make the animals sick – and
then wonder why the illness falls back on them.
A letter to the editor in Spiegel (a renown and widely read German
magazine) formulated it this way: ‘I fear that meanwhile the
alternative will be to either live as a vegetarian and not even have
canaries or to always be terrified of a new pandemic.’”
One more thought to the causal context of sowing and reaping, cause
As far as I know, in our country there is a basic law that says
ignorance concerning the laws of the state does not protect one from
punishment. And so, the one who violates existing legislation must
bear the consequences. It is his fault, even when he does not know
about the so-called penal law.
What about the laws of God? God has His eternal law; it is love,
peace, unity and freedom; it is the perfect, eternal law, which
pulsates deep in the soul of every person. Thus, every person is the
bearer of eternal life, a bearer of the eternal, inviolable law.
When a person violates his divine heritage, the life, the law of
love, unity and freedom, he is punishing himself.
God, our eternal Father, and Christ, our Redeemer, have not left us
in the dark concerning our true being. By way of Moses, God gave us
excerpts from His eternal law, His Ten Commandments. From Jesus, the
Christ, we received specific teachings as to how the Ten
Commandments of God can be put into practice in our life on Earth,
and teachings on the path to the Father-house, which has its basis
in the Sermon on the Mount of Jesus. And so, we have received in our
hands the requisite know-how for our life, in order to find our way
back into the true life, into our true being. If we reject the
requisite know-how, if we violate our true, eternal life, the
inviolable law of love, peace, unity and freedom, then we will also
have to bear the consequences.
We human beings have many sayings that could call our attention to
the law of sowing and reaping, for instance: “As one calls into the
canyon, so it echoes back.” Or: “The one who won’t listen must
feel.” Spoken succinctly, this is nothing more than an indication of
the lawful consequences of sowing and reaping, or cause and effect:
Just as you act toward your true being, so will things go for you –
in this world or as a soul in the worlds beyond or in another life
as a human being.
The signs of the times speak a clear language. The Spirit of God
also speaks into our time in a more than clear way through His
prophetess. On Feb. 27, 2001, God, the Almighty, directed the
following words, among others, to mankind:
“... Stop consuming your fellow creatures, which are your animal
brothers and sisters!
Stop torturing them in animal experiments and in taking away their
freedom by keeping them in barns and pens which are unworthy of
animals. Animals love freedom just as you, the human beings.
Stop killing the tiniest of animals, the microscopic life of the
soil, through artificial fertilizers, and excrements and the like!
Stop cutting and burning down the forests and taking the living
space of animals away from them in forests and fields. Give their
living space back to them, the forests, fields and meadows;
otherwise, your fate, which you have inflicted upon yourselves, will
take away your house and home and your sources of food, through
worldwide catastrophes which you have created yourselves through
your behavior against the life, against the kingdoms of nature,
including the animals.
Should human beings again toss My words to the wind, the storm, the
fate that is worldwide, will begin and sweep away the people by the
hundreds of thousands – on the one hand through worldwide
catastrophes, on the other, through illnesses which break in over
them like the epidemics which, by turning their backs on every kind
of spiritual ethics and morals, they have inflicted on the animals
that they are presently burning by the thousands. Similar things
will happen to the one who does not turn back and change his ways.
My word is spoken. The worldwide apocalypse is underway. The one who
does not want to hear this will feel his created causes as effects
at ever shorter intervals. I have raised the Earth with its plants,
animals and minerals to Me. The one who continues to raise his hand
against Mother Earth with all its forms of life will feel the
effects. Stop torturing, killing and murdering!
You human beings, stop with your bestial behavior, which hits back
only at you and no other being; for what you do to the least of your
fellow creatures, you do to Me and to your self.
It is enough! Change your ways, otherwise the harvest, which is your
seed, will go forward ...”
Almost 20 years ago, Hubert Weinzirl, former president of the
Bavarian Nature Protection Association, recognized that hunting
would come to an end, for he said: “Everything has its time. The
time for hunting has run out.”
How right he was even then! And now the time for hunting has not
only run out, but also the time for that person who does not change
his basic attitude and behavior toward the animals and the nature
kingdoms and, for example, continues to consume the flesh of his
Admonishing voices over the millennia
There never was a lack of admonishing voices. This is why the
following is a compilation of the statements of important men and
women of their time, beginning with the great Old Testament prophet
Isaiah, through whom God said, for example: “When you spread forth
your hands, I will hide my eyes from you; even though you make many
prayers, I will not listen: your hands are full of blood. Wash
yourselves, make yourselves clean; remove the evil of your doings
from before my eyes; cease to do evil; learn to do good; seek
justice, correct oppression ...” (Is. 1:15-17)
And: “He who slaughters an ox is like him who kills a man; he who
sacrifices a lamb, like one who breaks a dog’s neck ... They have
chosen their own ways, and their soul delights in their
abominations.” (Is. 66:3)
And the following words have been passed down from the prophet
Hosea: “They love sacrifice; they sacrifice flesh and eat it; but
the LORD does not delight in them. Now he will remember their
iniquity, and punish their sins.” (Hos. 8:13) What is here called
“the punishment of God” is nothing more than the law of sowing and
reaping, of cause and effect.
The Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras, who lived in the
6th century before Christ, was also familiar with the causal law. He
warned: “Everything that human beings do to the animals comes back
to them. The one who cuts the throat of a cow with a knife and
remains deaf to its bellows of fear, the one who is able to
slaughter the screaming little goat in cold blood and eat the bird
which he himself has fed – how far is such a one still from crime?”
Laotse (c. 3 – 4 centuries before Christ), a Chinese philosopher,
admonished: “Be good to people, to plants and to animals! Chase
neither man nor animal, nor cause them suffering.”
The great love and mercy of God came to this Earth with Jesus, the
Christ. Many statements and occurrences are passed down from Him
that proclaim His love for all creatures. Of course, nothing can be
found about this in the Bible. Contrary to this, many examples of
Jesus’ love for the animals can be found in “The Gospel of Perfect
Life” and in the “Gospel of Jesus,” which since 1989 is a part of
Christ’s great work of revelation “This Is My Word”:
“Jesus heals a horse
And it came to pass that the Lord departed from the city and went
into the mountains with His disciples. And they came to a mountain
with very steep paths. There they met a man with a beast of burden.
But the horse had collapsed, for it was overladen. The man struck it
till the blood flowed. And Jesus went to him saying, ‘You son of
cruelty, why do you strike your animal? Do you not see that it is
much too weak for its burden and do you not know that it suffers?’
But the man retorted, ‘What have You to do therewith? I may strike
my animal as much as it pleases me, for it belongs to me; and I
bought it with a goodly sum of money. Ask those who are with You,
for they are from my neighborhood and know thereof.’
And some of the disciples answered, saying, ‘Yes, Lord, it is as he
said, we were there when he bought the horse.” And the Lord
rejoined, “Do you not see then how it is bleeding, and do you not
hear how it wails and laments?” But they answered saying, “No, Lord,
we do not hear that it wails or laments.’
And the Lord became sad and said, ‘Woe to you; because of the
dullness of your heart, you do not hear how it laments and cries to
its heavenly Creator for pity; but thrice woe to the one against
whom it cries and wails in its torment!’
And He went forward and touched the horse, and the animal stood up,
and its wounds were healed. But He said to the man, ‘Go on your way
now and henceforth strike it no more, if you, too, hope to find
“Woe to the Hunters!
As Jesus went with some of His disciples, He met a man who trained
dogs to hunt other animals. And He said to the man, ‘Why do you do
this?’ And the man answered, ‘Because I live from this. What sort of
use have these animals? These animals are weak, but the dogs are
strong.’ And Jesus said to him, ‘You lack wisdom and love. Behold,
every creature that God has created has its meaning and purpose. And
who can say what good there is in it or what use it is to you or to
And for your living, behold the fields, how they grow and are
fertile, and the fruit-bearing trees and the herbs. What more do you
want than what the honest work of your hands will give you? Woe to
the strong who abuse their strength. Woe to the crafty who hurt the
creatures of God! Woe to the hunters! For they themselves shall be
And the man was very astonished and stopped training the dogs to
hunt; and he taught them to save life, not to destroy it. And he
embraced the teachings of Jesus and became His disciple.”
Jesus also spoke against eating meat:
“But I say to you: Shed no innocent blood and eat no flesh. Be
upright, love mercy and do right, and your days will endure in the
land for a long time.”
And He also said:
“I have come to put an end to the sacrifices and feasts of blood. If
you do not cease to offer and consume the flesh and blood of
animals, the wrath of God will not cease to come upon you, just as
it came upon your ancestors in the wilderness, who indulged in the
consumption of flesh and were filled with rottenness and consumed by
One of the Church Fathers, Hieronymus (331-420 AD), still knew to
“The eating of animal flesh was unknown until the Great Flood. But
since the Great Flood, the fibers and stinking juices of animal
flesh have been stuffed into our mouths ... Jesus Christ, who
appeared when the time was fulfilled, again joined the end with the
beginning, so that we are no longer allowed to eat animal meat.”
It was Paul who wrote in his letter to the Romans:
“We know that the whole of creation has been groaning in travail
together until now. For the creation waits with eager longing for
the revealing of the sons of God. Because the creature itself will
be set free from its bondage to decay and obtain the glorious
liberty of the children of God.” (Rom. 8:22,19,21)
Johannes Chrysostomus (354-407 AD) described how a group of
Christians lived at that time:
“No streams of blood flow there; no flesh is slaughtered and cut
into pieces ... – At their place one does not smell the awful fumes
of a meal of meat ..., no racket and no dissolute noise are to be
heard. They eat only bread, which they earn through their work. When
they desire a lavish meal, their indulgence consists of fruit, and
they enjoy it more than if they were at a king’s table.”
Most people just live through their days. They go to church, and
perhaps listen to a sermon. However, they do not gain any clarity
about themselves. This is also why they seldom ask the question:
What is a human being?
In Universal Life we learn to see the truth as a whole. This means:
Where do I come from and where am I going? Particularly in Universal
Life we also learn to understand the inviolable law of God and the
creation that is anchored in it. In the creation of God, we
recognize the will of God, which is unalterable and unavoidable.
We talk about matter, about density, and many feel they are part of
it, as a child of matter, so to speak. From physics we know that
ultimately all things are nothing more than vibrations and impulses
of an invisible energy field and that every person is vibration. The
seeming solidity that we call matter is thus based on nothing other
The divine being is of fine-material substance; human beings are of
coarse-material substance. As long as we do not turn to the Spirit
in us and do not acknowledge and fulfill the absolute inviolable
law, human beings and the world exist in a continuous process of
Eternal creation also contains the laws of nature. In the mighty law
of nature, every little blade of grass, every flower, every bush,
every animal as well as every mineral is a component of life. Mother
Earth with all her forms of life is in the Creator, in the law of
nature. Creation, including the law of nature, is the perfection of
God, which is inviolable.
People think they have to interfere in the law of nature. When we
look at the world, which people have made the way it is today, we
have to recognize and ultimately admit that human beings are harming
themselves more and more. They are suffering under their own
destructive selfishness. The human being cannot change the laws of
nature; they are immutable. His offense is his fate.
Many, many offenses against the law of nature by people are based on
disdain for the creatures of God, the animals, of which Charles
Darwin (1809-1882) said: “Like human beings, the animals feel joy,
pain, happiness and unhappiness.”
The hunting and killing of animals is an especially reprehensible
wrongdoing of human beings against the creation of God and against
the laws of nature. Such a deed is in contradiction to the
light-filled forces in the innermost part of the soul of people,
forces that want to come to unfoldment during a life on Earth. A
person who deliberately kills animals acts against his true being
and degrades himself, that is, he forgoes his right to human
Erasmus von Rotterdam (1465-1536), humanist and author,
characterized this with sharp words: “the hunting-crazed ones ...,
who like nothing better than hunting animals and who think they feel
an incredible enjoyment whenever they hear the obnoxious sound of
the hunting horns and the baying of the hounds ... When they then
taste a piece of the wild game, they think they are almost like
nobles. While these people with their constant hunting and gluttony
basically attain only their own decadence, they think they live like
Other people with spirit and heart not only spoke out against
hunting, but also commented on those who practice their pernicious
deeds on defenseless creatures. Theodor Heuss (1884-1963), the first
president of the Republic of Germany said: “Hunting is merely a
cowardly circumlocution for the especially cowardly murder of fellow
creatures who don’t have a chance. Hunting is a variant of human
The following statement originated with George Bernard Shaw, the
Irish playwright, who received a Nobel Prize in 1950: “When a human
wants to kill a tiger, it is called sport. When a tiger wants to
kill a human, it is called bestiality.” Shaw stated it simply:
“Animals are my friends and I don’t eat my friends.”
Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859), famous nature explorer, said the
following: “Where one hunter lives, 10 shepherds, 100 farmers and a
thousand gardeners could live. Cruelty to animals can exist neither
with true education nor true learning. It is one of the most typical
vices of a base and ignoble people.”
Richard Wagner (1813-1883), German composer, expressed himself in
the following way: “If the sight of the bulls sacrificed to the gods
became an abomination to us, now, in clean slaughterhouses rinsed
thoroughly with water, a daily blood bath takes place unnoticed by
those who at their midday meal relish eating morsels of murdered
animal carcass prepared and presented beyond recognition and offered
at the dinner table. It should henceforth be our sole aim to provide
fertile soil for cultivating a new religion of compassion, in
defiance of those who support the dogma of utilitarianism. What can
we expect from a religion when we exclude compassion for the
Bertha von Suttner (1843-1914), Austrian pacifist; Nobel Peace Prize
“I am convinced that the time will come when no one will want to
nourish himself with carcasses, when no one will be willing to do
the work of slaughter. How many among us are there already who never
would have eaten meat if they themselves had had to plunge the knife
into the throat of the animal in question!?”
“From one hundred educated and sensitive people, already today
ninety would never eat meat again if they, themselves, had to kill
or stab to death the animal that they eat.”
“The one who cannot hear the victims screaming or see them jerking,
but who, as soon as he is far enough away not to see or hear, is
indifferent to the fact that it screams and jerks, has nerves indeed
– but he has no heart.”
Apparently hunters are not disturbed by the torment of their fellow
creatures that have been shot at and wounded or are dying a
miserable death. This leads one to conclusions on the state of their
nerves as well as their heart.
Here it is appropriate to include words from the French author and
philosopher François Voltaire (1694-1778):
“Hunting is one of the surest means of killing people’s feelings for
their fellow creatures.”
The well-known German author Luise Rinser (1911- ) analyzed:
“It is the anonymity of our animal victims that makes us deaf to
“Today we no longer see anything of the torturous life and death of
an animal raised for slaughter. It happens automatically. Now, still
an animal, and in the next moment, already cut-up meat: our food.
Our kind of cannibalism.”
“It will take a long time until mankind comprehends that not only
are the peoples of the Earth one people, but that human beings,
plants and animals together are the ‘Kingdom of God’ and that the
fate of the one is also the fate of the other.”
This all makes clear on what level a person puts himself who harms
animals, kills animals or abets this iniquity by eating meat or
through his silence.
And so, Joseph von Görres (1776-1848), German author of the Romantic
Era, said totally fittingly:
“The one who wants to go beyond normal life shuns bloody food and
does not choose death for his dining master.”
The following words are attributed to the Greek physician
Empedocles, who lived during the third century before Christ:
“It is the greatest defilement to tear out life and to devour noble
Carl Anders Skriver (1903-1983), philosopher and author, spoke of
the ethics of nourishment: This “is targeted at the purity of the
hands from bloody deeds, the purity under the skin and the purity of
the heart. But one cannot speak of the purity of the heart with an
unclean eater of all, who gives no thought to, and has no pangs of
conscience about, the cruel crimes against the animal world, which
take place daily in the Christian world merely for the sake of food
How essential one’s relationship to the animal world is for building
one’s character, for clarity and the ability to make critical
judgments can be concluded from the following words of Theodor
“The sooner our youth learn on their own to view every brutality
against animals as reprehensible, the more they will take care that
torment does not develop from play and contact with animals, and the
clearer their ability will be later to distinguish between right and
wrong in the world of the prominent.”
The Fall-thought – gigantic in its consequences.
Christ brought the turning point
Much has already been said in this Gabriele Letter about the Fall,
especially the Fall-thought. And the question is: How could it come
to the Fall-thought?
The Fall-thought, which unfortunately was gigantic in its
consequences and still is, can be explained here only generally and
in few words, considering its broadness and complexity. The Fall
against God started from the very center of the Kingdom of God, from
the Sanctum. This resulted in the separation of a part of the
creation from God, from the divine unity and His Order. This split
will not last eternally – through His Deed of Redemption, Christ set
an end to this disastrous development. The turning point, the
leading back of all fallen ones, has thus begun. The turn of time,
in which the Earth and mankind now find themselves, lets it become
more and more clear as to where things are leading: into the era of
light, the era of the Spirit – into the era of Christ.
In our time, the light of the heavens has already come onto the
Earth in the word of truth, the prophetic word. And so, God, the
eternal Spirit, reaches out His hand to each person. The one who
truly takes it opens up the Kingdom of God in his inner being. The
Earth is in the process of cleansing itself from everything that is
against God. After this process, the Kingdom of Peace of Jesus
Christ will spread over the whole world. Christ, the Prince of
Peace, will be the ruler.
The Fall cannot be comprehended with the mind or even with the
Ultimately, one can feel what happened only with the heart as well
as what effects these causes had, and have. The analytical thinker
with mind and heart will quickly recognize what decisive
significance is granted to absolute free will, which God gave to the
fully matured beings of the heavens, the spirit beings, and which
the shadowed being, man, also possesses. This fact is the basis for
being able to somewhat understand the extent of the Fall.
The Fall began with a divine being that wanted to be like God:
all-radiating, creative light. The craving, the claim, wanting to be
like God, continues right up until the present time: “I want things
as I want them – not as God wants.”
A devious characteristic of will, of wanting to be like God, a
“thought,” as we say, which directed itself against God, the Creator
of all pure beings and forms of life, thus triggered a development
of gigantic cosmic scope – the Fall, which became the source of
suffering for many souls and human beings.
God is and remains the all-permeating eternal light, the eternal law
of love, unity and freedom. The egotistical thought, the
Fall-thought – “I want things as I want them!” – is the shadow. As
we know, little or nothing can flourish in shadow; we need light.
Without light, there is no growth and no ripeness. And so is it with
us humans, too. The one who stays in the shadow, the one who goes
against the will of God, who disdains His commandments, creates his
own source of suffering, illness, sorrow, need and infirmity. The
one who evolves away from it experiences the light, the warmth, the
joy of growing, flourishing and ripening in the Spirit of God.
Once again: God is all-flowing law, absolute, all-flowing light of
love and love for neighbor, unity, freedom and wisdom. The divine
beings, who emerged from God’s All-law and live in it, are beings of
All-love, of All-love-for-neighbor, of unity, wisdom and freedom.
They are divine beings, but they are not God, Himself.
God, the eternal All-One, is the Creator of the divine beings, also
called spirit beings. God is the Creator of the pure planets and
worlds. He is the Creator of all animals, plants and minerals in the
pure Being. And so, God is the Creator of all pure forms and the
Creator of the perfect universe.
Through the negative thought of wanting to be like God, one pure
being became a Fall-being and with its Fall-thought, which is the
same as Fall-will, could no longer stay in the Absoluteness, in the
pure Being, in the pure creation. Through the negativity this being
built up against God’s work, His creation, it slid further and
further away from eternity and fell. During the course of its fall –
the ecclesiastic story of creation talks about being “driven from
paradise” – the Fall-being, which we can call Satana, with its idea
of wanting to be like God, infected some other divine beings, which
then, like Satana, rebelled against God and His creation. They and
those of like mind were then led out of eternity, out of “paradise,”
by the bearer of divine Will, whom we human beings call Michael.
The Eternal One, whose law is love, love for neighbor, unity and
freedom, gave the Fall-beings, His children, parts of spiritual suns
and planets to take with them on their way. As all spiritual
planets, these part-planets bore minerals, plants and animals,
because these belong to the unity, to life. Outside of the pure
Being, the Kingdom of God, where the mighty Spirit had not yet
brought His creation-thought to completion, the part-planets found
their place. They became the dwelling places of the Fall-beings.
Through the striving of the Fall-beings, that was consciously and
constantly directed against the law of God, the love and unity, the
Fall-thought continued to build and expand in these regions. This
turning away from the Kingdom of God, the spiral of will, of wanting
to be like God, led to a progressive densification of the suns and
planets. The individual phases of densification were always preceded
by unimaginable eruptions. Science talks about the “Big Bang,” which
ultimately is nothing more than a new formation for the Fall. During
the course of this development, the Fall-beings likewise became
dense and shadowed, darkened, so to speak, in character as well as
In unimaginable, gigantic processes of transformation – man speaks
of “epochs” – matter became crystallized and thus, the dwelling
planet, Earth, on which, according to its densification, human
beings became crystallized; these are no more than shells that have
taken on form, and in which the more or less burdened Fall-being,
that is called “soul” as a result of the shadowing and peripheral
densification, is active. Seen as a whole, the embodied soul, “the
soul surrounded by a body,” so to speak, is “a human being.”
Because God is unity, the unity of human being, soul, minerals,
nature and animals also exists in what was split off, in matter.
The Fall-beings strove, and in part still strive today, to dissolve
the divine creation. Wars that are nothing more than fratricide,
wars against the animals with the torturing, killing and murdering
of animals, the behavior against nature, against all of Mother
Earth, the planet, all are a monstrous product of the Fall: the
Fall-thought of dissolving all forms and taking their spiritual
substance back into the ether stream as flowing energy, which, as a
whole, is God, the streaming law.
On Golgotha, through His “It is finished,” Jesus, the Christ,
eliminated every possibility of dissolution. Through the power of
the deed of the “It is finished,” Jesus, the Christ, became the
Redeemer of all men and souls and the liberator of the animal world
from slavery, torture and murder. No form of life can be dissolved
thanks to the power of redemption. The effect of this is that all
energies transformed down into negativity will be led back into
pure, highly vibrating divine energy, that is, they will be
transformed. Jesus, the Christ, is thus the way to the Father-house.
Because of the law of sowing and reaping, of which free will is a
part, but also the responsibility for base actions, human beings can
act against other human beings, animals, plants or the dwelling
planet, Earth. The divine, the Spirit in everything, however, cannot
be dissolved; it is protected by the power of redemption. According
to the immutable law of unity, everything will be led back to unity
again. This does not take place by fighting against God, nor through
wars and destruction, but through the recognition that God is the
love, the love for neighbor, that God is wisdom, unity and freedom.
Within himself, in his soul, every person bears the absoluteness,
the eternal law. The eternal law is unity. This is why it is said:
No freedom without love, and no love without freedom. Consequently,
freedom is a part of the eternal law, which means that every spirit
being is absolutely free and thus, every human being as well. Each
person can decide freely for himself: for the law of God, which in
every person and in every soul is the divine heritage, the divine
being – or against God, in that the person applies the
all-too-human, accumulated, created, as it were, brutal law, the law
of cause and effect. It is the Fall-law; it is based on the
separation from unity and intrinsic to it is its leading of the
individual back step by step into the unity – by way of experiencing
the effects and the self-recognition that grows from this – with the
help of the power of the Redeemer, Christ.
I repeat: Freedom transfers to a person the responsibility for his
actions, as well as for his failure to do good.
The Fall-thought means separation from unity: I want only for
myself! Every person is his own judge
Many people live in the Fall-thought of separation. People are
against people. People are against animals. People are against
nature and their dwelling planet Earth. This is the opposite of
unity; it is separation. What develops from this is greed, wanting
to possess, brutality and hunger for power. The human being wants to
be God, ruler of creation, which he sees from the perspective of
separation, from his externalization.
Most people think only of themselves, limited by the horizon of
their own little world. If a so-called strutting ego gets its hands
on the rudder of the world, it will subjugate anybody and everything
that serves its purpose, its Fall-will. At all times and still
today, what develops from this are the great wars against other
nations, that is, against people. On a small scale, what emerged and
still emerges are the wars in the family and at work, speaking
generally, in the economy and in society. What is against others
always comes from the Fall.
Human beings have not only bent the divine law but reversed it,
turning it in the other direction. God says: “For or against Me.” A
human being in the Fall-thought uses the divine law for himself and
overtrumps it: “Whoever isn’t with me is against me.” The
all-encompassing I AM was turned into “I am,” which means that I
myself am my own best friend. Egoism developed out of this turning
away from the all-encompassing I AM and toward the base “I myself am
my own best friend.”
The one who thinks solely of himself becomes aggressive and
egotistical if he doesn’t achieve his personal goal – “I want for
myself.” The consequences are devastating. When the tension, the
aggression, has reached its peak, then such people always reach for
those means that are available to them just at that moment, in order
to either reduce their aggression or to let it take its free course.
The one resorts to alcohol, another to drugs; others quarrel with
their fellow man, even if this takes place in the legal courts of
this world. Others vent their emotions through sexuality, and still
others become sexual criminals or even pedophiles. Anyone who sits
in a position of power foments war and does not shy away from
fratricide. Still others, in turn, become hunters in order to let
their aggressions, their egoism, out on innocent creatures, the
animals. For many of them, their weapon is their security and a
murderous sport, where, for example, they kill off the animals in an
underhanded way. In any case, however a person wants to describe the
egotistical discharge of energy – it is always against one’s
neighbor and against the life.
As already mentioned, aggressions have many, many ramifications; but
the roots are always the Fall-thought, always against God, against
His unity, against people, against nature and animals, whereby the
Fall-person always seeks out weaker creatures in order to let off
steam on them. This egotistical discharge not seldom takes place in
a cruel way.
The egoist, his Fall-thought, or Fall-will, is very inventive, when
his intention is to put himself in the right light. If he occupies
an influential position, then he will insist that those responsible
in state offices, who create and enact the worldly laws, correspond
to his own models of thought and desire.
Many worldly laws are based more or less on the all-too-human basic
thought “separate, bind and rule.” Whoever is engaged in achieving a
position of power will blow on the horn of “separate, bind and
rule.” In its broadest sense, the horn will then turn into a hunting
horn against all those who do not want an administration of law but
of justice. The “hunting horn” will then not only be blown when the
call sounds out for war, for fratricide, but also for ambushing and
killing innocent creatures, our fellow brothers and sisters, the
The human will that stems from the Fall offers many reasons, which
it transmits to the person cleverly packaged, qualified and greased
with many arguments, to put through what its underhanded passion
demands. In this way, a society marked by the Fall-law will offer
many aggressors the possibility to work off their aggressions either
in a big way through war, where whole nations are slaughtered, or in
a small way by slaughtering animals in the woods, on the fields, in
the slaughterhouses, to where the candidates for death, the animals,
are brought from the animal ghettos, and much more.
Every theatre of war has its battlefields, whether on a large or
small scale. From the many Fall-laws available, everyone,
particularly the aggressive part of a person, can “defecate” his
worst, so that justice from the side of the Fall-law is often
administered for him, above all when, according to his viewpoint, it
concerns “inferiors” who do not base themselves on church
institutions and do not claim to belong to a religion that is
equated with the Christian churches, as, for example, the voodoo
religion. So whoever doesn’t go along with the magic will have a
“spell cast on him,” which means that he is demeaned and
disadvantaged in this world by the Fall-law. This holds true for
people, animals, nature, for all of Mother Earth.
Enough of plausible explanations and interpretations. I am not a
person who reaches back to generalized and alleged recognitions and
experiences from years or decades back, since I know that these
occurrences and signs of the times develop on the one hand from
self-interest and on the other hand, are based on the law of
When I now dip into spiritual reality in relation to the animal
world – to those without rights that are treated as objects by the
state as well as by the churches – the hunters, for example, will
not accept my arguments, since, as already mentioned, many hunters
get rid of their aggressions by hunting and killing animals. In my
consideration, to deliberately set out to kill animals is killing
for the fun of it. Since within the Fall-law it is permitted to
slaughter defenseless creatures in an underhanded way, every
possible scruple is cleared away. The killing instruments that are
used to bring down the animals are so sophisticated and highly
developed that no animal has a chance to defend itself from the
danger, for example, by counter-attacking or by fleeing to safety.
In this way, animals can be liquidated without great risk to the
The hunter plays the role of “lord and god” in the forest. However,
he can only shoot down animals, but never take the life from them,
since this is God-given, a spiritual reality that eternally
prevails. On the other hand, the hunter also cannot give animals
life. Sven Hedin, the famous Swedish explorer of Asia, realized
this. He said, “I have never been able to bring myself to extinguish
a light of life; I lack the power to ignite it anew.”
The human being can actually merely kill animals, but cannot, for
example, make it rain so that nature and animals have water. He also
can’t make the sun shine so that nature grows and flourishes. He
cannot determine the manifold variety of species – at most, he can
exterminate them. He cannot make food grow for people and animals;
he can only destroy it. He cannot influence the fur garment of
animals for winter or summer; he can only skin it off their bodies.
Where human beings interfere in nature, we find destruction, chaos
We see, hear and experience the cruel works of the human beast that
not only keeps animals in the fattening barns, in “animal ghettos,”
but also stimulates them over and over again to conceive outside of
their normal cycle of procreation through artificial substances, in
order to have available a rich abundance of young animals for the
production of milk and meat.
This cruelty, too, surpasses every reason, as do so many other
things. The human being has become the enemy of his own nature, for
the life force, the life of animals, is a part of his own spiritual
life substance as essence and power.
Man is the enemy of everything that is a part of the divine unity.
Nothing is secure before the servant of evil, not even the animals
in the woods and fields. Let it be said once again: He took from
them not only their home, the land, the fields and forests – but on
that little piece of land which is likened to a nature ghetto and
which he left to the animals of the woods and fields, the
hot-tempered brute destroys and kills whatever comes under his axe
or rifle. The lust to kill and to slaughter animals is disguised by
the supposed necessity of controlling their overpopulation. And for
cutting down trees, whether they are filled with sap or not, the
human has a justified reason in the eyes of the world. Everything
that is practiced in the fields and woods by the brutality of a
person is blessed by statutory law, the basis of which is “divide,
bind and rule.”
What the hunters give as reason and justification for their bloody,
murderous handiwork is a subliminal potential for aggression often
embellished with the law, which is briefly sated by the hunt and a
bull’s-eye shot at a defenseless animal. The hunter is not held
accountable by these grafted-on laws of the Earth, nor is the
animal-factory farmer; because the killing of an animal is judged by
human courts to be necessary and permissible according to the law.
The quota for killing certain wild animal species is set by
governmental authorities in the country of Germany. This means that
people are even forced to kill, there. But God said: You shall not
Whoever refuses to fulfill the governmental quota figures, that is,
a person who does not want to violate the commandments of God, is
attacked by the government in Germany. Again, a pure Fall-thought!
But don’t deceive yourself! This villainous behavior without
conscience will be weighed and measured by the law of unity, of
justice; for human beings, it is the law of sowing and reaping. This
law doesn’t strike out – it comes in soft footfalls like the thief
in the night and gives to each person and each soul what the person
We already heard that Pythagoras spoke about the law of cause and
effect, which mankind must experience today, more than ever before.
Among other things, he said: “Whatever a person does to the animals,
he will be paid back in kind.”
This doesn’t happen according to the laws of this Earth, but each
person is, himself, his own judge. He passes judgment on himself
according to his own works, insofar as these were against the
creatures and the creation of God – and which in the meantime has
not been atoned, or paid off, so to speak.
Today, a person is still protected by the laws of the Earth as long
as he keeps to this legal determination with its pathetic “order.”
Perhaps already tomorrow when, at the deathbed of a person, the soul
leaves the dying body and thus the life on Earth, things will look
different on the other side of the fog bank that separates this side
of life from the beyond.
Today, the animal killed not only brings the hunter his trophy and
the honor of like-minded people, and not only brings a material
gain, but also the blessing of the church, which adorns itself with
everything that no longer breathes.
No matter how the “heroes” of the Fall describe themselves, whether
they direct their aggressive potential against people, animals or
nature, they are all against the unity of God, that is, against the
eternal law of love and of love for neighbor, of “unite and be.”
The animal: a wonderful creature
from the hand of God ...
Learn to understand the animals
Every animal is in itself a wonderful creature from the hand of God
– given by God so that we human beings may find our way back into
unity, which is the law of life.
The behavior of animals will correspond to what the hunters pass on
as their expert opinion, or even their “hunter’s jargon,” only for
as long as animals are hunted, chased, fattened, shot down,
butchered as slaughter animals in brutal ways and then placed before
you, dear consumer, packaged and ready to be devoured.
One has to learn to understand the animals. It is only then that one
really gets to know himself as a creature of God. Every species of
animal has a state of development that I would like to call its
state of consciousness. Every state of development, or, state of
consciousness, has its corresponding language of nature so to speak.
There are very many different degrees of consciousness among the
animals. For instance, the animals of the air have a totally
different state of consciousness than the animals in the waters. The
animals in the waters, in turn, have a totally different state of
consciousness than the animals in the forest, on and in the fields,
or than the animals of the desert, or of the jungle. And yet, they
understand each other because their sounds and tones are reflexes of
pictures which open up in the consciousness of the other animals.
These see and smell the pictures in themselves. This pictorial
transmission of the substance of consciousness is a spiritual
process and thus, independent of spatial distances.
A human being can perceive the language of the animals solely with
his heart – not with his physical heart, but with the heart of the
soul, with the primordial basis of all Being, with the Creator power
which we also call the core of being. The language of the heart of
the soul is the language of unity.
Animals are not Fall-beings like humans are. They react according to
their state of consciousness, unless humans interfere in their life,
which happens quite often. Through this, animals do not exactly have
a harmonious relationship with human beings. For example, the forest
animals take flight when they see humans. The fear of people makes
them, in part, aggressive. Animals see in humans their enemy, the
hunter, who brings nothing but death to them.
Dear friends, in this letter I would like to report some
experiences, which have caused my heart to beat ever more joyfully,
because the creatures of life are wonderful beings. The animals have
a very special ethic and moral for themselves and their species.
Every person could really learn from the animals, if he only wanted
For almost three years now, I have been going into the woods several
times a week – and not just to have a nice walk, but to experience
the animals and study those that have their own language. During
this time, I have experienced an inner greatness and charm in the
animals that often is lacking in human beings. The animals have a
very noble and fine character; it corresponds to their respective
state of consciousness. One has to learn to understand and get to
know them. One cannot force them into something; one has to develop
trust with them and above all, one has to let them be free.
The home of the forest animals is the woods and the fields. First of
all, this has to be respected, and secondly, their freedom, because
they not only feel themselves as free creatures – they are this way
in their whole behavior. The human being should be a friend of the
animals, their big brother or big sister. He, the human, has become,
instead, the enemy of the animals. The animals have lost their trust
in humans. They are filled with fear and take flight when they see a
So the friendship between human and animals has to be fought for,
with a great deal of persistence, love and understanding, well, with
the heart. How did “The Little Prince” express it? “It is only with
the heart that one can see clearly.” In the woods with the animals,
I have learned among other things that you can hear and feel clearly
only with the heart.
When I go into the woods, it is as if I were meeting up with old
friends that I have known from the very primordial beginnings of
creation. The forest with its trees and bushes, the fields with
their grasses and flowers and the whole world of animals has become
Experiencing the unity of life in nature –
The experience of “me” in “we.”
The “language” of nature:
A process of pictorial transmissions
Wherever my friends are, the animals who carry no malice in their
hearts, wherever nature speaks to me, wherever the elements sound
out their melodies, there, I am at home.
The unending Spirit showed and shows me in wonderful ways that He,
the All-Spirit, is the Creator of all Being and the effective power
in the great and unending multiplicity of forms, the unity of life.
Even the elementary forces bear the life force of the All-One. The
air sings its song in the movement of the leaves, the twigs and
branches of the trees; it sings its song through the movement of the
bushes and grasses. The sun makes the leaves and flowers sparkle,
and they announce the breath of light and radiate the song of the
The water drop has its own particular melody. It begins with “drip,
drip...” – and then it sounds out with its crystal clear, bright
song, which nature in its totality thankfully perceives. The Earth
opens its pores, and the crystalline sparkle sinks down into it very
gently and quietly. The song of the waters sounds out then, through
the Earth and through nature, in honor of the Creator. It blossoms.
It grows. It ripens.
The elements and nature give themselves into the fruits, which sing
all the nature songs by giving themselves to human beings and to
animals. The songs of the elements, of the trees, the bushes,
flowers and grasses build, as a unit, the mighty symphony of unity,
which is revealed in the fruits. It is only with the heart that one
can hear clearly.
As a being in God, I love my eternal homeland. As a human being in
the Spirit of unity, I love my home on Earth, where I feel at home.
It is the forests and fields, the Mother Earth, which bears all
forms of life. Love without selfishness is freedom. True love links;
true love makes one free and also leaves freedom to every form of
life. Every animal, every flower and every bush has the right to
free development, just as God meant for His creation.
Through my personal experience with the world of animals in the
woods and fields, I had to unfortunately realize that there is still
a long way to go until humans and animals become friends again.
Actually it should make us human beings sad that an animal is
frightened and flees in fear as soon as it sees us. A person who
wants to grow closer to the animals in the woods and fields has to
dedicate himself totally and completely to them. One has to learn to
understand their fears, their suffering and pain, but also their joy
and their urge for freedom. Every stirring of an animal – whether it
is fearful, suffering or has pain, whether it is signaling joy or
freedom – shows itself in a corresponding form of expression. One
must open oneself for them, totally turning to them, feeling into
them; one must learn, learn and learn again, in order to understand
their behavior patterns, which are reflected in their conduct.
The first steps in the woods toward my friends were marked by my
personal intention to maintain an inner and external discipline, to
make no demands and to have no expectations. I made the effort to
behave in such a way as fit with my intentions: to go into the woods
as a friend of nature and of the animals. What I first encountered
were my brothers, the trees, my nature brothers and sisters,
including the bushes, the grasses and flowers.
I began to observe everything very exactingly in order to learn,
because my first concern was to understand their language, the
elemental song of unity, which flows from nature. I watched and
listened with my heart.
Through many short and long walks, I learned to not desire or want
anything, but only to go through the woods and fields with an open
heart. Once, the following happened:
The branch of a bush was suddenly in my way. As we so normally do, I
wanted to simply push it aside and go on. But the branch wanted
something different. In the moment that I wanted to make my way
free, it grabbed my hair and held me back. At this moment I became
aware of the fact that I wanted something: I wanted to continue on
my walk! – But nature wanted something different. So I told myself,
“Stop! Just stop a moment – make no demands and have no
I remained rooted to the spot. Suddenly I felt a warm flowing begin
in my heart. I let this happen without asking how come and what it
can be. I continued to breathe calmly, my eyes remained fixed on a
leaf that was irradiated by the sun and moved by a breath of air. It
was for me as if suddenly a whole orchestra sounded out with the
song of unity. It was infinity, which briefly flooded through me and
let me know, recognize and experience that everything lives, that
the mighty eternal Spirit is a great revelation of unity.
I have been hearing the word of God already for many years, that
which God, the All-wise One, gives through His instrument, the
prophet, to the people who want to hear it. His voice was now the
voice of nature. In one single moment, I grasped and understood what
the mighty Spirit of nature wanted to tell me. Its stream moved in
my heart, and I knew about the language of nature.
I have learned and continue to learn ever more. I see and look at my
brothers the trees with my heart and I experience and grasp them in
my inner being. With my heart, I feel what they and all other nature
brothers and sisters, the bushes, grasses and flowers, want to tell
me; and I hear the song of nature, when the elements use the leaves,
the branches, the grasses and flowers as instruments which then ring
out as one in the song of unity, in praise and glory to the mighty
In this high and joyful mood, I continued through the woods and over
the fields and meadows. Again and again, I sensed deep inside of me
that I am surrounded by a power that flows through me and all things
and makes me happy. Again and again, I stood still, in order to feel
into what I was experiencing. It always resounded in me again when I
immersed myself in nature, without expecting or demanding anything,
for example, in the wish to hear or perceive something.
During my next walk I learned bit by bit to feel myself as a part of
nature, to be one with my brothers, the trees, with the nature
brothers and sisters, the bushes, the grasses and the flowers. I was
no longer me – I was in “we” and in being “at one” with the life.
While the waves of perception of the heart were beating joyfully, I
suddenly stumbled over a stone. Based on my experience with nature,
it was immediately clear to me that I should stop and go within, in
order to receive the message that the present day held ready for me.
Once more, I told myself to have no demands, to have no expectations
toward the consciousness of the minerals, for example, toward the
stone over which I had stumbled. I simply affirmed that everything
is a part of me. Every stone contains the greatness of the Creator
and belongs to Mother Earth, just as the soil and every inhabitant
of the forests, woods, fields, every little blade of grass and I,
too, the human being, are all a part of this great whole.
Again, I sensed in me the stirring of life, which can be put in
words only with a great deal of effort and never satisfactorily,
because inner processes reveal themselves in pictures and in
knowledge. In one moment, I saw within myself this unity between
nature and the minerals. The dense forms, the substance of nature,
the large and small animals, the plants and minerals, were all very
well visible. But from within streamed an aura, a fluidum that
flowed together, linking everything into a unit and which began to
shine as a unit. This light did not stop before me, the human. It
took me in and flooded through me, so that I was one with the
fluidum, the aura, of nature and the minerals.
In this awareness of unity, I heard deep in the heart of my soul the
dialogue of the life forms, which expressed itself in pictures. In
their pictorial language, I saw and knew at the same time, how the
soil, the earth, transmitted signals to the nature forms, the plants
and minerals, information about what takes place in the earth, like,
how the plant world should conserve and maintain the element water.
The language of the elements, including that of Mother Earth, is a
process of transmission of pictures to plants and animals, which,
for example, perceive according to their consciousness, that not
much water can be taken from the store of water in the earth at this
time. And so, impulses from Mother Earth go as signals to the
grasses, to maintain the morning dew as long as possible, so that
the micro-organisms and the tiny animals have water to drink. Aside
from this, Mother Earth tries to give weak plants corresponding
nourishment, including water – insofar as it is possible for her,
because we know that wherever human beings have interfered, Mother
Earth can hardly help any longer.
It is a wonderful experience to see how Mother Earth cares for the
animals, plants and minerals! Further pictures continued to open up
in me, which let me, the human, know how Mother Earth struggles to
reach her charges, her plant children and the animals, as well.
Unimaginable impulses stream from Mother Earth, which, as I was
privileged to experience later, contained fragrance-signals for the
animals, from which the animals can deduce where sources of water or
puddles are to be found. Via Mother Earth, the All-Spirit cares for
all life forms, so that they have water and food. Unfortunately, I
always have to qualify this and say that this is possible only when
humans do not interfere and disturb the mighty bridge between the
All-Spirit and all the forms of life on and in the Earth.
As I, the human being, began to think, for example, “what have I
experienced here?” I suddenly found myself no longer in the
All-stream of nature. I again felt myself as a human being who saw
and heard only what was around him.
Always, when we human beings start asking or even wanting to explore
with our head, we remove ourselves from the unity and determine
things for ourselves. To hear with our heart means to perceive in
stillness, with the heart of our soul, what our head, the mind, is
not able to comprehend.
From the intellect to understanding
Apropos the intellect: Many people are so proud of their
intellectual thinking. With his narrow-minded, arrogant pride over
the fact that humans have an intellect – while animals, on the other
hand, have only “instinct” – the arrogant intellectual just ignores
everything he cannot grasp with his mind. That the intellect alone
is not a bridge-builder, but only has one leg to stand on, which
moreover, is standing in the morass of self-adulation, cannot of
course be put into question, when one observes the condition of the
world today and the scientific community, which also no longer knows
what direction to take. Today, science represents a particular
thesis, extolling it as the truth – and tomorrow it has to already
revise its “cleverness” and set a new trap, which will then prove
itself just as invalid the day after.
Coming from his intellect, an intellectual person ascribes certain
capabilities to himself, which often lead to recognitions that are
so badly qualified that he partly embellishes them with such words
as “I think,” “I mean,” “I believe,” or “I hope,” that is, he has to
qualify them as a precautionary measure. He throws expressions
around, draws other conclusions from statements, passes judgment on
others and, nevertheless, from his egotistical dungeon of compulsive
beliefs and conceptions, deludes himself and demonstrates through
his whole pompous behavior: “I have an alert and sharp mind.” In
this “dungeon-like consciousness,” he feels, seen as a whole, that
he stands above all life, because he is of the conviction that the
mind is the be-all and end-all of his existence. In reality,
intellectual thinking is nothing more than a catwalk upon which
intellectuals present themselves. But in so doing, they always have
to take care not to fall off and slide into the masses, which in
their intellect, are not quite so “brilliant” as themselves.
Seldom does anyone believe that the intellect, of itself, has only a
narrow horizon and a limited ability to comprehend, because it is
classified as a high attribute of human beings, which supposedly
raises them above all other life forms. And yet, the intellect could
be of service to them, to their task and to the great whole, the
good of the community.
The human head is the seat of the brain. What we human beings need
is a head with a well-functioning brain, whose cells absorb the
different directions life takes, so that the person can live on the
Earth and determine the course of his days. This is why we need a
brain, to learn a certain occupation and to be able to weigh and
measure things that happen during our daily life. We need it in
order to develop certain basic programs for the course of our
earthly existence. Beyond this, we need a well-mannered intellect
that gathers facts which we then analyze with the spirit of truth,
in order to find just solutions for ourselves and for the world.
When we then place all these positive attributes of the intellect in
service of the mighty Creator-Spirit, we notice that understanding
grows from our intellect, and from this understanding, comprehension
awakens for the things of life, for everything around us and that we
cannot see and hear. So understanding contains comprehension,
including the comprehension of our neighbor.
In order to understand others, dedication is necessary – dedication
to one thing, to one matter, to one task, which demands everything
of us and which we strive for with all our power, with our heart and
mind, in order to be able to fulfill it; but also a dedication to
people whom we want to help in their worry and need or to support in
their occupation, for example, as a doctor, so that he is able to
helpfully support the patient and much more.
To understand means to be able to feel into situations or people. In
its broadest sense, to understand means to feel into, that is, to
become aware that everything that lives is not only the form itself,
not only the shape, the physical, as such, but that everything is in
communication with the life that is God, for God is the life in all
things and in every life form. The human being is the bearer of
life, which is God.
The divine in people is not the intellect. The intellect is based on
acquired knowledge. The Spirit in the person is infinitely eternal,
omnipresent law, the absolute; and so, it is perfect and cannot be
Human beings kill animals.
God is the life!
During the events of the day, whoever makes the effort to analyze
what understanding actually means will very soon find himself asking
the little question “why.” Why is this so and not another way? Why
isn’t it as the intellect conceived it? Why has today’s society,
which has become a society of intellectuals, become so brutal? Why
is it so hard or impossible for us to understand people of other
cultures? Why is the one sick, the other healthy? Why do we human
beings consume pieces of animal carcasses, when we are supposedly
the crown of creation? If we want to be the crown of creation, why
can’t we create life? Why does the human always need a life base, a
life substance, in order to be able to build upon it? Why can’t we,
of ourselves, create a base, a life substance? There are still
countless questions we could ask.
For many people questions still remain open, such as: Why do people
take the life of other people? Why do people kill animals? Why do
people destroy nature? Why can’t they create the base, the substance
The big-mouthed intellectual person cannot create a small blade of
grass, a flower, a tree, a bush, an animal – he always needs the
basic substance of life, the basis of life. What is this life
substance? It is solely God.
If God is the life – may a human being kill? Does a person believe
he can kill people because the churches have allowed killing? Does a
person believe he can kill animals because the churches allowed
killing? Or is he of the point of view that since animals have no
intellect, but only an “instinct,” he is allowed to kill them? The
churches are for killing, because everything that does not follow in
their footsteps, in the footsteps of the Fall-thought, is dangerous
or could be dangerous to them. But God said through Moses: “You
shall not kill.” The adversary said through the ecclesiastical
leaders: “You may kill, just don’t murder.”
Whoever, without self-adulation, starts to explore the so-called
instinct of animals will sooner or later reach the realization that
“instinct” is much more far-reaching than the intellect.
The definition of instinct in the dictionary is as follows:
“Stimulus of nature. Natural drive. Unconsciously controlled,
without requiring practice, natural drive toward certain patterns of
behavior. The capacity, particularly of animals, to react in certain
situations in certain ways, including deliberately directed ways, to
show a certain behavior (especially one that preserves the life or
species): The animal instinct of caring for its brood, of
reproduction and the mother’s instinct. Animals let themselves be
guided by their instinct.”
If we gather the facts on instinct and analyze them, we recognize
that the behavior patterns of animals are embedded in nature’s
course of events. The elements and Mother Earth, everything that is
unburdened, that is, without ego drive, and that lives in and on the
Earth, is guided by the All-Spirit, the life. The plants, minerals
and animals are, therefore, permeated by the All-Spirit, the Spirit
of nature. The eternal Spirit, the eternal law, God, is active and
prevails in nature on Earth.
Let us recognize the difference between being guided and controlled.
Control takes place via non-divine forces and always leads to
weakness, decay, disintegration, spoilage, decline – and finally to
death. This corresponds to the Fall-thought.
People are controlled by whom? Who has an effect on their ego-drive?
The birds fly thousands of kilometers; they know their flight route;
they know the time to brood. At the same place where they bred a
year ago, they build their nests in good time, or they move into
their home from the previous year. One can observe the same or
similar thing throughout the animal world.
For many animals, procreation and brooding takes place only two to
three times a year. Now we raise the little word “why?” Why don’t
human beings know their own limits? Why is it time for sex, day and
night? Why is the human an egoistic show-off and a sexual show-off?
Does his whole behavior come from his intellect because he is an
intellectual person? Analyzing without bias, we can say that the
intellect is inferior to instinct. Nature is directed by the
All-Spirit, the human being is controlled by his intellectual drive,
which is filled with ego-greed, with egoism, arrogance and sexual
drive. The intellect lacks the love for God – nature lives in the
love for God and thus in unity.
In a nutshell, one can say that if human beings had an instinct
instead of an intellect, they would be smarter. Here are some
statements regarding this from Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1869), a
“Whoever is cruel toward animals cannot be a good person.”
“Christian morals have limited their guidelines totally to human
beings, leaving the whole world of animals without rights. Just see
how our Christian rabble treats the animals, how they kill or
mutilate or torture them totally without purpose, and while laughing
over it, they drive their horses to strain themselves to the utmost
into old age in order to squeeze the last penny out of their poor
bones until they succumb to their blows. One would truly want to say
that human beings are the devils of the Earth and the animals its
“The world is not a shoddy effort and the animals are not a
fabrication for our use. One owes the animals not pity but justice.”
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) an Italian painter and universal
genius, said the following:
“The day will come when people will be sentenced for killing an
animal, just as today they are condemned for killing a person. There
will come a time when we will condemn the eating of animals just as
we condemn cannibalism today.”
We can read what Günther Weizel, (1915-1984) a well-known German
“The Christian conscience cannot be content with the non-application
of the 5th Commandment concerning the slaughter animals. Whoever
visits a slaughterhouse only once will be shocked and disgusted by
what he sees there. Almost everyone comes to the conclusion that the
brutal slaughter of animals, which one has raised and fattened in
order to finally eat them, is unworthy of mankind and especially of
And Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910), humanist and author, realized:
“As long as there are slaughterhouses, there will also be
“Vegetarianism is a criteria by which we can recognize whether the
striving of people for moral perfection is earnestly meant or not.”
Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965), medical doctor, musician and
theologian, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1952, said the following:
“Reverence for life means to shy away from killing.”
“Wherever an animal is forced into the service of man, the suffering
that it endures concerns us all.”
“My opinion is that we, who stand up for the defense of the animals,
should completely renounce eating meat and speak out against it.
This is how I do it. And in this way, perhaps many will realize
this, although the problem is late in being shown.”
“I allow myself to say that the habit of eating meat is not in
agreement with awe-inspiring feelings.”
Everything fled before the “crown of creation.”
Our “four-legged” expeditions into nature.
The harvest is also there for the animals!
Now, I want to come back to my walk and the experiences I had in
nature. As I slipped through some undergrowth, joyfully and thankful
for the experiences that I was privileged to make in the woods and
on the fields, suddenly a hare jumped in front of me. It took flight
from me, the two-legged one. The thought “flight” held me under its
spell. I thought, “flight.” Why is it taking flight from me? It
flees from the people who – as they describe themselves – should be
the crown of creation. Apparently, the hare did not feel well under
As I slipped through some more undergrowth, a deer jumped out and
took flight. I thought: Again, taking flight before the “crown of
creation!” At the same moment a blackbird flew out of the bushes
with a cry. Again, taking flight from the “crown of creation.” As I
left the bushes, I saw a path further away that is used by the wild
pigs and I thought: Should the wild pigs get wind of me, will they
attack the “crown of creation” or take flight before it? – However,
I saw none. Then I walked over a field; a hawk took flight. Crows
flew high and – I just barely saw it – a field mouse quickly sought
out its home, to protect itself from the “crown of creation.”
My joy receded. Dejected, I turned back and went toward home, the
“crown of creation.” Everything that could simply flee took flight
from the “crown of creation.” Why?
Human beings have turned away from God’s almighty power and love,
they have turned away from the great revelation of unity with nature
and the animals. People walk the path of intellectual greed that
says, “I know everything better.” The human being puts himself above
God. This is the Fall-thought.
I said to myself: I am not a part of the Fall-thought – and yet I am
a human being, and the animals flee before humans. I love God, my
Father and His creation. I may be a two-legged creature, a human
being, but the woods and the fields have become my home as a human
being. I love my nature brothers and sisters and the animals.
Dear friends, it is a spiritual principle of the law that if a
person establishes an inner connection with his fellow men, then he
draws nearer to the communication with the power of God. The same is
true for our living relationship with our animal brothers and
sisters! On the path of caring for our second neighbors, the
animals, of empathizing and feeling into them, and by also applying
the Ten Commandments of God and the Sermon on the Mount of Jesus
toward them, we grow into the stream of life which is God and which,
in turn, is our true, eternal being. This is how we find our way
into the unity and into the cosmic love.
This experience is also one the Russian poet, Feodor Dostoevsky
(1821-1881) made, who tells us: “Love the animals; love every plant
and each thing! If you love each thing, then the mysteries of God
will reveal themselves to you in all things and in the end you will
encompass all the world with love!”
Now back to me during my walk in the woods.
It is one of the many intellectual marks of human beings, the
opinion of many, that they know how animals are supposed to behave.
For example, that it is totally normal and correct, that animals
from the woods and fields flee from people – I simply did not allow
this to hold true for me. For me, experience is valid; it is the
determining factor and not the opinion of so-called experts.
I thought about it and came to the conclusion that it is the humans,
the two-legged creatures, from whom the animals of nature flee, the
animals of the woods, of the fields, the animals of the air and of
the waters. I thought and thought about it, and suddenly, a picture
came up in my consciousness: What I have to do is become a
“four-legged” creature! In my picture I saw an old jeep, that has,
after all, four wheels. It was immediately clear to me: I will
borrow such an old jeep, that is, a “four-legged” creature.
As I told a small circle of brothers and sisters about my
experiences in nature, what I experienced with the animals, and at
the same time told them what I intended to do, that is, to drive
with a “four-legged creature,” a jeep, to the animals in the woods,
all the old familiar objections were raised: “If you want to watch
only the animals of the woods and fields that are not dangerous,
it’s okay, but” – and here it came – “since you’ve already
discovered a wild pig path, your small expedition is not quite so
harmless, because wild pigs are dangerous.”
I promptly retorted in the following sense: “Phooey! Many people are
far more dangerous than the animals, even more dangerous than the
pigs! Many people are above all unpredictable and underhanded. With
them, no one ever knows what they are thinking or intending. But on
the other hand, the animals are simply the way they are. And if some
of the animals are dangerous and attack people, then surely not
unjustly, when you think about what human beings have done to the
animals over the centuries and millennia.” And I didn’t have to
think about it for long, to continue: “I am not afraid! On the one
hand, I am well-practiced in changing my behavior in order to
completely adjust to nature. On the other hand, I have already been
able to learn a great deal from nature, for example, its
communicative language of pictures. Besides, I love God, my Father,
who is the Creator of infinity and the life in everyone and all
things, including in the so-called dangerous wild pigs.”
Two of my brothers insisted on going with me in my “four-legged
creature,” the jeep. They meant well, and there’s a saying that
says: “Oh well, let the poor soul have its peace.”
autumn came. Two brothers and I, we three, drove through the fields
and through the woods. Very quickly we realized that we had to drive
slowly, very slowly, so that the animals would not be frightened.
Over and over again we called each other’s attention to having to
drive slowly, to have no expectations and also make no claims!
Each time, the perception of our senses refined itself. With every
expedition into nature, we paused more and more often in order to
experience the different behavior patterns of the different bird
species and of the other animals of the fields and woods. For
example, we watched a squirrel for a long time, how it gathered its
stores for winter. It gathered nuts from a walnut tree and cracked
them open deftly and skillfully. The “four-legged creature” did not
disturb these inhabitants of the woods, unless we activated the
jeep’s starter which we tried to avoid as much as possible in order
to not disturb the little animal. It came and went. It was gathering
for winter. How adroitly it sprang from branch to branch, and how
skillfully it gathered the walnuts from the tree and the hazelnuts
from the bushes! It was a memorable picture! We stayed sitting in
our “four-legged creature” for a long and quiet time.
During these quiet moments of observation, I thought, for example:
How does a squirrel know that winter is coming and that it should
gather and store food? I mean, how does the little inhabitant of the
forest know that a walnut tree is standing there, and over there a
hazelnut bush? The intellectual person would simply dismiss this
question with the word “instinct.” In reality, the animals have a
natural communication toward nature and with nature, the
unity-consciousness, which is linked with the great Spirit of
infinity who knows about all things. On the other hand, how pathetic
is the human being with his ego-channel, his intellect, that is only
a self-programming! One can rightly say that the human being has
become what he is – all-too-human.
Underway with our “four-legged creature,” the jeep, we experienced
many surprises and had some experiences that helped us to feel into
our animal brothers and sisters more and more easily. As I already
said, autumn had already arrived. The leaves began to change color
and a cooler wind blew over the fields and through the woods. With
every expedition we experienced how autumn pushed more and more to
the forefront, driving out late summer. The trees became
increasingly bare; the wind blew stronger and stronger through the
branches of the trees. We learned to feel on our own bodies how a
conifer stand of trees could more or less withstand the cold,
relentless wind. On the other hand, the frosty wind blew unhindered
through the deciduous woods and the bare underbrush. The underbrush
that until then had given the animals shelter was now empty of
leaves so that no little animal could hope to find protection or a
hiding place there.
Sorrow rose in me as I thought about the animal world that was so
exposed without protection from the winter, from the rain, the cold
and the snow. In response to a corresponding remark, my companions
said – surely with the intention of allaying my concern and to
reassure themselves: “Nature has the animals of the forest grow
thick fur; the birds and squirrels have their nests. The small
animals and the micro-organisms burrow deeper into the soil,
depending on how winter shows itself to them.”
But I interrupted them: “What about all the other animals? Aren’t
you talking like the many “animal protectors” and farmers? To say
nothing of the hunters! They are, in part, the wild hunting fellows
who hunt animals out of lust and frustration, maybe because they
don’t have a say at home, so they put their aggressions under
governmental approval, which means they are recognized by the state
as official shooters. Do you really think that for our animal
brothers and sisters, the hares, foxes, deer, the wild pigs, that
things are really going well for them in face of the coming winter
that brings with it rain, snow, perhaps a crusted snow covering,
ice, frost, cold wind, storms and other things? We human beings can
sit in a warm room at a set table, and have something to eat and
drink – but the animals? They don’t even have the warm winter coat
that nature had intended for them.”
Dismay and perplexity was reflected in the faces of my companions. I
continued: “Most people are lethargic and lazy without end; they
simply accept occurrences without even thinking about them, without
getting to the bottom of it. But let’s use our intellect sensibly –
instead of applying intellectual acrobatics – by questioning
everything and feeling into our neighbor and our second neighbor.
Only then, will we see where the need is; only then, can solutions
be found; only then, is true progress possible, the development
toward a better world.
The great, eternal Spirit cares for His children. He, the Spirit of
life in nature, brings it to grow, blossom and ripen. Then comes the
harvest time. Harvest time – the egoistic human relates everything
only to himself: I harvest, I profit. But the animals are also
children, children of creation, of God. The harvest is there for
them, too. Why? It is necessary for our animal brothers and sisters,
because the animals, which hardly have a warm nest, need for
example, the fresh grain, during the summer, at the time of harvest,
in order to store enzymes, minerals, trace elements and other
substances in their bodies. They need these to gather the
corresponding powers of resistance so that, among other things, they
can grow a thick fur and accumulate some fat on their ribs, so that
they can live off that during the cold months. And what happens?
Especially those animals that urgently need these substances in
order to survive the winter are not only driven from the fields of
the farmers, but the latter even call on the hunters to shoot down
the animals that are gathering from their fields what is actually
due to them – for they are creatures of nature, children of the
Mother Earth, children of creation of the All-Spirit.
Still during the time of my youth, the farmers harvested the grain
by hand with a scythe and then tied it together into sheaves. The
sheaves were set up in the field in such a way that the ears could
dry. After a certain time of drying, they were then loaded on the
truck with a fork and driven to the barns. With this certainly very
strenuous work, grain was left behind on the field, so that the
animals still found food for a certain length of time, which,
depending on the weather, extended into winter.
Today, the whole field is worked thoroughly and profit-consciously
with a combine harvester that basically vacuums up the grain, so
that there is hardly a single kernel left. That’s the way it is
today. The so-called experts and farmers are out of date, when they
say that the animals have a winter coat, that they find enough food
in the woods and on the fields. And all those who think this way or
thoughtlessly parrot these “truths” are also outdated.” I turned to
my companions and said, “You are talking like such people from
‘yesterday,’ for whom it is important only that their experiences
from ‘yesterday’ are shown off as competent today, in a totally
different timeframe. And as far as the farmers are concerned,
they’re only interested in filling their barns, their purses and
their plates. You” – and by this, I meant my companions – “are
wearing a warm sweater, a thick jacket or coat and maybe even warm
underwear, and in your homes the central heating is on in all the
rooms for the little ego-man without feelings, so that he doesn’t
Do the animals that were chased from the fields and perhaps find
little to eat in the woods this year get a thick undercoat around
their body in preparation for winter, as you wear thick underwear?
And do they have enough stores, do they have enough food? Hardly any
person asks these questions. Every person is his own best friend and
besides, for the experts animals are just an object, beings without
rights, without feelings, equipped only with an ‘instinct.’”
I was very annoyed because this was about my friends, the animals,
which I was coming to understand better and better, because I was
learning their communicative language.
The cold-heartedness of so many people practically broke my heart.
And among farmers, whom one normally assumes are for nature and the
animals, are many of the worst denigrators of nature and the animal
The first encounters with the
“dangerous wild pigs.”
“Animals do not have a warm home.”
On that particular Fall day I was driving my “four-legged creature,”
the jeep. Since nothing happens by chance, suddenly I came upon a
wild pig pathway that was easy to see since the heavy animals leave
behind clear signs of passage. I stopped the jeep. My wish was to
remain near the path of the wild pigs, even if it had to be all
night, in order to see the “dangerous” animals, the wild pigs, and
experience them at some point in time – if the Creator-Spirit wanted
For about approximately two hours, we stood there in our
“four-legged” jeep. Very gradually dusk set in over the fields, the
meadows and through the woods. Suddenly there was a rustling sound
in the bare undergrowth. We sat there as if under a spell and didn’t
dare move. It was as if all three of us held our breath on command.
From the thicket came what looked to us like a large family of wild
pigs – the hunters talk about a “herd of sows” in their denigrating
hunter’s jargon. When they discovered our “four-legged creature,” a
warning call went out from one of the family members, which I
meanwhile describe as “woof!” Immediately following there was a
brief noise and suddenly everything was still as a mouse.
We have already heard that all animals inform themselves via the
language of sound, smell and picture. The picture that the wild pigs
had of the pathway was not the same today as before.
Calm, but excited, we remained seated in our “four-legged creature.”
We knew that if the animals were to perceive just one movement from
us, this would immediately drive them away. One of us looked through
the car window to where the sound and “woof!” signal had come from
while the others of us stayed away – as much as it was possible –
from the car window. We pressed against the seat of the car. Soon we
began to feel cold and our tense sitting posture started giving us
difficulty, but we were of one mind: “Whoever is to experience the
great event of creation in the woods and fields has to be patient.”
Our patience was rewarded. Again there was a rustling sound in the
thicket. Our look-out at the window murmured: “Careful! Stay quiet –
Some wild pigs came out of the brush and remained standing for a
moment as if rooted to the spot. They could not relate to the change
in their picture. Again, a warning “woof” call sounded out – and
they all disappeared. The darkness of the woods now offered them
protection. Our “four-legged creature” stood opposite to the
thicket, on the other side of the woods. There was a small meadow in
between, across which the path of the bristly fellows went. On the
meadow shone the light of the moon, so that one could still clearly
see when wild pigs stepped onto their path.
Suddenly it got loud again. Out of the undergrowth came four valiant
and rowdy wild pigs. The bristles on their necks stood on end.
Today, after our experiences with wild pigs, we now we know they
were one year olds. Somewhat hesitantly, but quickly, they ran from
one edge of the woods across the meadow to the other edge of woods.
Apparently, the four courageous forerunners were being watched by
the other members of their family, because others followed them at
ever shorter intervals. Nevertheless, their neck hair bristled, too,
and they ran quickly on their pathway through the meadow to the
other side of the woods. One could see that they were under the
greatest tension. And yet, they had dared it. They disappeared
immediately into the forest.
We had parked our “four-legged” jeep in such a way that we did not
need to use the starter to get going. Mostly in silence our vehicle
rolled from our position of observation a long way down over the
gently sloping countryside and onto the path that led home.
That was our first direct encounter with the “dangerous” wild pigs.
Once home, we were so happy over our persistence, which we wanted to
continue to put to the test in the future. I had infected my two
companions with my urge to learn and research, which did not leave
me in peace.
Since I literally saw the animals’ fear on their necks, I was
finally able to dissociate myself from the idea that wild pigs are
dangerous. Years ago the great Spirit of infinity had revealed that
animals basically would be no danger to human beings, if the latter
would treat the animals as is rightfully their species’ due, by not
chasing them down and killing them.
Let us be aware of the fact that animals sense and feel joy,
suffering and pain just as humans do. Human beings have and are
still causing right up until today unspeakable suffering to the
animals; they beat, torment and maltreat them; they chase them down
and kill them; they keep them in animal ghettos as slaughter animals
and in scientific laboratories as objects of experimentation. And
so, in his egotistical and mawkish sentimentality, many a person
degrades the noble, free and independent creatures as “cuddly
animals” without will or dignity.
All in all, domineering man stamps the label “without rights” on the
animals. The suffering, the ignominy, the drudgery, the pain and the
torment of the tortured and ill-treated creatures is crying out to
In the meantime, even the scientists of this world have found out
that animals are collectively linked with one another in a certain
way. Experiences that are made by an individual are shared with its
like species via the consciousness, and at that, independent of
spatial distance. So from this, who can be surprised when animals in
general are deeply afraid! Because of its programs of fear toward
people, many animals attack, particularly when the sensitive being
feels the aggressions that are emitted by humans, or when their
breath smells like carrion, that is, like meat, like the murder of
animal brothers and sisters. The brutal human is, in the final
analysis, a danger to the animal world, which in fear and panic,
runs away, cries out or attacks.
I said, “The animals want to be our friends. We humans have to show
them a lot of patience and love, that we are also their friends.
Human beings have to gain their trust.”
We were in agreement to drive as often as possible to the place
where we had met the wild pigs. This we did. And always, when we
took our customary place, we experienced something new and
different. We were privileged to learn.
The wild pigs, which used their pathway regularly, remained very
reserved at first. Soon we saw that the path of the wild pigs was
frequented by every age, and could observe how they very gradually
took our jeep, the “four-legged creature,” into their picture.
One evening, not only the bristly animal siblings came out of the
thicket, but suddenly three deer sprang out from the underbrush. At
first they were frightened, but then they began to graze cautiously
on the meadow in the woods, alertly watchful toward the jeep. We
kept to the background as much as possible, which means that we
didn’t press our face to the windows of the car to curiously watch
the animals of the woods and fields.
Our enthusiasm for the beauty of nature and the animal world grew,
even though we really froze when it became very cold. But it was
this, in particular, that got us thinking that the animals must be
freezing as well!, that they don’t have a warm home. A warm home –
these were the key words that began to work in me.
On another cold day it rained and rained in a real downpour; it was
definitely uncomfortable. The rain dripped to the earth from the
bare branches and twigs of the bushes and trees.
For those of us who work with the Sermon on the Mount, nothing
happens by chance. In the end, everything we experience wants to
tell us something. On this particular dreary and rainy winter day,
we were again in our jeep, standing at our favorite spot. Again the
deer stepped out from under the wet and inhospitable underbrush. As
we so casually say, they were soaked to the skin. This made me hurt
deep down in my soul. Besides, they had to search for the little bit
of grass and herbs that was still growing on the wooded meadow and
this was, like everything else in the rain, totally soaked. The deer
drew across the meadow grazing and disappeared across the way into
the wet thicket.
We sat there in our jeep and just froze. In this uncomfortable,
cold, narrow jeep, we thought of our warm house. The question just
sort of rose in terms of whether we would be able to see anything
today. We had hardly expressed this thought when we noticed that we
were already looking for excuses and reasons to leave. We actually
caught ourselves in the act of being unfaithful to our positive
intentions! As if by command we remembered: No expectations! We
don’t want anything – just be there!
For over two hours we sat there in our “four-legged creature.”
Suddenly one of us said: “Look very carefully to the right, in the
thicket.” Very cautiously, without moving much, we turned our eyes
in that direction: wild pigs lay huddled together on the wet and
cold ground. It was winter; the thicket had no leaves. And so, the
rain dripped on the huddled, unprotected bodies: drip, drip, drip...
I began to pray quietly: “Great Spirit of nature, how can the
animals, those without rights, be helped, the animals that are
disdained by human beings and hunted on the fields, where the food
grows for them as well, so that they have what they need to store
something away for winter? Their thick pelt will grow only if they
can take in enough nourishment during the summer, and receive
everything that they need to store for the cold days in order to
Prayer always helps. The great Spirit did not wait to give answer.
Based on the key words that had moved me – “they don’t have a warm
home” – the Eternal reflected to me the summer when still as a child
I had seen how the grain was harvested. In the picture I saw the
sheaves set up like small tents to dry. Over this picture of these
sheaves of grain set up to dry, another picture came up, of an
igloo. This igloo was not made of snow and ice blocks, nor of straw
or tent material; it was made of many branches and twigs that just
simply lie about in the woods and forests. I had hardly taken in
this picture when another one came that showed me that when the
winter is very cold, people should bring animals the proper kind of
food. Both these pictures stayed in me; they were alive in me.
Once we were home, I began to telephone brothers and sisters to gain
the expertise available in the work of the Eternal for what I wanted
to do. I told them about my impressions in the forest as well as
what was shared and shown to me in pictures through my prayer.
It was a great joy to experience that all the brothers and sisters
whom I contacted immediately became enthusiastic over this rescue
action. In no time, many Christ-friends came together, gathered
branches and twigs in the woods and built such “igloos” wherever it
was possible, with the instructions of an expert. Carpenters helped
and built food racks for the deer. In just a few days, in the woods
that were part of the area set aside for nature and the animals,
food racks were standing with proper food for the deer. At the same
time, mineral blocks were set up.
We sought information from local governmental offices on what kind
of food was in general allowed to be given at this time of year,
winter, which would be good for the wild pigs, the hares, foxes,
birds and other small and even tiny animals. We kept to the
regulations. Our apples are constantly in demand by the inhabitants
of the woods. But if we had come without our “four-legged” vehicle,
they would have avoided us for a long time, even with the apples.
We continued to make our expeditions into the woods and fields,
always on “four legs.” It was worth keeping this up. Little by
little, the animals had absorbed our “four-legged creature” into
their picture and as a result, gotten braver and braver. The deer
drew closer, the hares hopped by the jeep without shying away. The
birds sat on the roof and chirped and twittered merrily away and the
wild pigs didn’t bristle up as they went along their pathways. Even
their warning call “woof!” that they had called out for a long time
came more and more seldom, unless a large, full-grown boar came into
the vicinity, raising the insecurity of the wild pig family with his
And we, too, in our “four-legged creature,” took courage and put out
some apples that we had received from the enterprises and an apple
farm. Even the apples so placed disturbed the picture of the
animals. This time, the wild pigs did not go their way without
worry. The apples irritated them. Their fear of what they were not
used to having in their picture up to this point made them
immediately more cautious. They picked up the scent, to smell what
it was that again lay near their regular pathway. But this time it
didn’t take the clever wild pigs long to realize that what was lying
out there was something to eat. At first, an apple was unusual to
them. They ate a small piece from it and left the rest lying there.
But it was not only the pigs who found they liked them, even the
clever fox put in an appearance to feast on them.
In the vicinity of the woods meadow, where the deer always showed
up, a feeding rack was set up. These forest inhabitants also
approached the unusual picture of food racks for deer very
cautiously and carefully and began to eat the deer feed very slowly
The three of us in the “four-legged creature” were beyond ourselves
with joy! We felt we were included in nature. The animals showed
courage. They had accepted the “four-legged creature.”
Steps from a “four-legged” to a “two-legged” creature.
“Slipping into the wild pig garb – for the sake of unity!”
Now came the next test for us two-legged creatures. It was time to
present ourselves as two-legged creatures. But how would the animals
react to us? If we wanted to remain faithful to our resolve, we
would have to expose ourselves to them – we could not just simply
confront them. To confront them would have been like challenging
them and testing strength with them, who was the greatest, that is,
strongest. With such competition there is always a winner and a
loser. And surely we would have been the losers in this.
Besides, competition is a form of fighting. But we had come and
wanted to continue to come as friends to our animal brothers and
sisters. What they make of us and how they react to us – whether
they run from us, whether the wild pigs attack or accept us –
depends totally on our behavior toward them. It was clear to us that
we would have to expose ourselves to them without any ifs and buts
and without taking any great security measures.
Once spoken, so done.
Again I prayed and asked the invisible spiritual helpers in nature
for guidance, because we did not want to frighten the animals when
they saw us. As already said, selfless prayer always helps! And
here, it wasn’t about us people – it was about the animal world.
The adversary prevails in our world with his principle: Divide, bind
and rule. The darkling divided human beings from animals and nature.
People who became servile to him – the one for reasons of profit,
the other out of indifference – had and have a destructive influence
on unity. Through this, they create blows of fate and disasters
reaching proportions of great worldwide natural disasters.
The great Spirit of infinity is and remains the unity. We human
beings, who are merely guests on this Earth, are called upon to
learn, in order to again awaken our spiritual heritage, the cosmic
law of unity, love and freedom, so that after our physical death we
may return to the Father-house as cosmic beings.
Unity links; unity makes one free. During the many years I have
served God as His instrument, the consciousness of unity was and is
a source of unending strength, from which I draw and understand the
word and the picture of unity. In my inner being, in my soul,
spiritual helpers reflected the following to me in word and picture:
“Where the ‘four-legged’ jeep stands, step out onto the ground bit
by bit, very slowly, as a two-legged creature.”
The beings of infinity communicate via the language of pictures. In
the picture in me, I saw how I should behave. For example, we opened
the back door of the jeep and one of us sat on the edge of the back
of the “four-legged” creature, so that the body was visible from
outside. But the legs were still not touching the ground.
Now the question was who goes first?
My companions told me: “Well since you’re the one who gets
instructions from the invisible helpers, why don’t you show yourself
We opened the back door of the jeep and I sat in such a way that
even though I was inside the jeep I was visible and my legs were
already hanging outside of the jeep. The open jeep was parked in
such a way that the animals could see me.
A few meters away, a hare hopped by, stood up briefly to take a look
at that strange being in the jeep and then hopped away. The birds
that until now had trusted the “four-legged creature” – since they
had often used its roof to take off from – sat on the branches of
the trees and watched the still and strange form that stretched its
two legs out of their take-off ramp. Their twittering could have
meant: “Is that a scarecrow?” And, of course, they wouldn’t have
been wrong, because the scarecrows set out by people in gardens and
on many fields to drive them away symbolize human beings who are
supposed to drive them away.
No matter which picture the birds had of me, the “scarecrow”
remained quietly sitting. The sun began to set. The birds sought out
their nests. It became quiet in the woods. As if the wild pigs knew
that I was cold, they came somewhat earlier on that day. They
stopped, raised their snouts and sniffed: “What’s that thing that’s
hanging out of the ‘four-legged’ one? It’s an unusual picture!” They
remained standing, undecided what to do.
From my soul I suddenly knew I had to speak, because their language
of pictures also contains sounds. So I began to speak slowly and
calmly, and what I said, I also conveyed at the same time as a
picture to them. I talked and talked in a very low, almost
monotonous voice. I spoke about the spirit of nature, about the
unity of life; I said that we were coming as friends, that we didn’t
want to hurt them and similar things.
Our animal brothers and sisters peered at us as though they were
unsure what they should think about this. Near this strange picture
for them, lay some apples which they had grown to really like in the
meantime. It seemed as if they were taking these new impressions
into their picture, because they drew closer very cautiously – but
today, with bristling hair. In the twilight, I saw how their eyes
gleamed. They took the apples – and with a rush, they disappeared
into the woods.
But no matter, after all, the two-legged creatures had at least
managed to show themselves as such.
With further expeditions, we kept exactly to the instructions of our
spiritual helper who advised us that I should move outside of the
jeep little by little, until I stood totally outside of the jeep,
but still close to it.
Another message more or less told us, “If you want to gain the trust
of the wild pigs, you cannot wash your outer clothes for a while.”
We three looked at each other and couldn’t refrain from smiling:
“This gets better and better!” But the instruction was
understandable, because the language of animals is smell, sound and
Our outer clothes were now no longer washed. On our next excursions,
we would joke, “Into the wild-pig garb – for the sake of unity!”
Spring began to announce its coming and I, the two-legged creature,
now stood outside, some steps away from the jeep. “Now here I stand,
poor fool, just as knowledgeable as before!”
Wanting to know better than nature and the animal world is something
we three had long since given up. With every expedition we were
privileged to experience and learn that the animals are much smarter
than human beings, who are of the opinion that they are the “ace” of
Pride goeth before fall, as the saying goes. This is how it began in
the eternal kingdom when one being thought it should be God. The
“gods” from earlier times fell into their own world of conceptions,
and the “gods” of today are prisoners of their own ideas of how it
should be, but isn’t. For when we human beings observe the chaos of
this world, then – if we are honest about it – we must beat on our
own breast and say: “It’s our fault.” No one should think himself
the exception. Each one of us is more or less a part of the Fall,
and this has led to a breakdown of all morals and values.
The ones who bear the suffering and sorrow from this narrow,
egotistical Fall-consciousness are solely the innocent animals and
nature. Animals and nature, actually, all of Mother Earth, did not
have a part in the breakdown of the morals and values of human
beings and their conceptions of how it should be and yet isn’t. To
many a follower of Jesus, this is why it is very important to make
amends to the animals and to nature – even if only on a very small
area of the Earth – for what the cruel bloke, the human, did to
In a small realm for nature and animals, the animals should again
find a home for themselves, and people, who are the big brothers and
sisters of the animals, should again find unity with the world of
animals and plants, with the Mother Earth. God, the eternal Spirit,
is the unity and is not the work of darkness. Our goal, as friends,
as brothers and sisters, is to go to our animal brothers and sisters
and, as human brothers and sisters, expose ourselves to them without
reservation so that we become one with them again.
Now I, the two-legged one, stood a few steps away from the
four-legged creature and kept talking in the same tone, whether I
saw an animal or not. The blackbirds, that began very gradually to
absorb an inkling of spring, suddenly began to screech. They flew
here and there, very disturbed. What was going on? Soon the wild
pigs showed themselves. Strange – no “woof.” They merely stepped
around me and continued.
From the jeep came the cautious voice of one of my companions: “Stay
quiet. Just turn your eyes to the left.”
What did I see? A wild pig mother with her six young. In hunters
jargon they call them the wild sow and her piglets. The mother was
very fearful and worried about her young. When she saw me, she
turned back with her children and disappeared for that day.
Days and weeks went by in the countryside. The animal world got used
to our presence, each time a tiny bit more. The “four-legged
creature,” the jeep, and its noise soon became known in the woods.
Hares, deer, squirrels and even the “feared” wild pigs no longer ran
from it. The birds remained sitting on the hanging branches of the
trees and bushes and didn’t let themselves be disturbed as they took
their meals on the “veranda” of their feeding house. Only the
two-legged creatures were still suspect to them. Probably the
animals of the woods and fields couldn’t just simply accept that a
small group of humans, of all things, just wanted to be their
There could be so much more to report, because every expedition
brought with it new experiences with nature and animals. Even so, I
want to limit myself to the important occurrences, which may help
friends of nature and animals to understand why animals have become
as they now are, and that they learn and understand relatively
quickly and change their behavior if one meets them without
reservation, gaining their trust with a lot of persistence, patience
We didn’t merely learn that the animals act differently in spring
and summer than they do in Fall and winter – the Spirit of nature
also kept helping with hints and suggestions. For example, we
learned that animals need a lot of protection and that thick hedges
and undergrowth in the woods are secure places for them.
During the Fall, many brothers and sisters began to lay out
so-called Benjes-hedges and tree islands, stone and water biotopes.
Soon a corresponding part of the animal world moved in. Ever more
small and tiny animals come to the peaceable land and find
protection and a home in the many Benjes-hedges, which all together,
now measure twelve kilometers in length, edging the fields.
In the woods and on the edges of the Benjes-hedges, water containers
are set out, which each day are filled by a different animal friend,
because fresh water is constantly welcomed by the large and small
animals, including insects.
for sheep and Highland cattle
In an informational brochure of the Gabriele Foundation, The
Saamlinic Work of Neighborly Love for Nature and Animals, is
described among other things, the events that led to the rescue of a
small flock of sheep and a family of Highland cattle. Since they are
examples of how the Original Christians in Universal Life are active
and go to work for the benefit of their fellow creatures, their
“second neighbors,” I would like to print these two occurrences for
you, dear friends, in this Gabriele Letter:
“How a small flock of sheep was rescued and found a new home
Much is possible, when animal friends go through their days with
alert eyes. For example, on their way to work they can become aware
of a flock of sheep standing out in icy cold weather without any
kind of protection – and that have to give birth to their young in
the snow. If an animal friend with a heart had not intervened, the
baby lambs would not have survived the following night.
The mother and her young and all the other sheep could be rescued
and brought to the haven for peace “Home for Animals” and have
recovered well. They will eventually be taken to the peaceable land
where they will be settled into their final home. A roomy sheep
stable is being built and a lot of pastureland is waiting for them.
The whole thing started in the following way...
It was deep winter at the beginning of January 2003. For some days,
ice-cold temperatures prevailed and snow had fallen. It was on such
a cold day that an animal friend called us at Johannes Farm. On her
way to work she had discovered five sheep and several little lambs
in the middle of an open, unprotected field. Judging by the largest,
these little lambs could only be a few days old.
But far and wide there was no shelter to be seen, nor straw or hay
or water for them. The animal friend then discovered in the small
flock two tiny black babies lying in the snow between the mother
animals – two newborn lambs with thin, black fleece. The mother
sheep were licking their young and trying to move them to stand up
in the snow. One mother was visibly weakened from the strain of the
last few winter days and probably from the birth as well, because it
kept tripping over its front legs and falling headlong into the
snow. The newborn lambs tried valiantly to sort out their relatively
long legs and stand up.
Fast action can save lives
It was immediately clear to us that the owner was not only
neglecting his obligation to care for the sheep, but that it was
downright animal-torture to simply leave the small flock of sheep
with the newborns to themselves under these conditions.
We immediately called the police. They passed this on to the
appropriate veterinary office. The owner of the sheep was known to
the people who worked there – some time before, they had already
forbidden him to keep animals. Some hours later, when the owner
wasn’t willing to build the sheep a shelter, we offered the
veterinary office the possibility of our taking in the sheep. A
trailer was immediately made ready for their transportation and we
took off for the pasture.
It was already getting dark when we got there. The small flock moved
restlessly in the snow and watched us. But it didn’t take long for
them to get in the trailer.
Once we arrived at the farm, we quickly converted a part of the
large horse barn into a comfortable sheep stall. We spread out a lot
of straw, set out fresh hay and water, and hung up warming lamps.
The small flock of sheep moved right into the stall and from the
first moment felt visibly well in it.
Our veterinarian joined us right away to examine the sheep. She
diagnosed undernourishment in all the mother sheep as well as badly
maintained hooves. One mother sheep was lame, another had an
ulcerated udder that was infected. Her newborn lamb was starving, so
we gave it substitute mother’s milk in a bottle which it took
gladly. The veterinary office couldn’t again forbid the previous
owner from keeping animals, since in such cases, animals have no
rights and as such, are treated as “commodities.” So we had no other
choice than to buy the sheep from their keeper, because otherwise,
we would have had to give them back to him. That would have meant
certain death – at least for the little lambs – because they soon
would have been taken to the slaughterhouse.
family life worthy of sheep
Meanwhile, the sheep family has been living for some time at “Home
for Animals.” The health condition of the sheep mother has improved
dramatically. The small lambs frolic about in the shelter frisky as
can be and then snuggle closely together under the warming lamp. But
that’s not all: Soon the small flock will be transferred to their
permanent home on the peaceable area of land – safe and with a lot
of living space. There a large sheep stable is being built for them
where they and many other sheep will find a home and security.
Highland cattle find a home on the peaceable land
This is Chasry, a small Highland calf that would no longer be living
if some animal friends hadn’t acted quickly. Again, it was Gabriele
who recognized the need of the small calf and its parents and gave
the impetus for their rescue. And, as always, it was she who at
first spoke eye to eye with the bull Maese, helping him to
understand that no more suffering would be caused to him and his
Today, the Maese family lives in a beautiful meadow on the peaceable
land. Chasry frolics over the grass and explores the little woods
standing directly on the edge of the pasture...
Let us imagine that it is cold, rainy, icy and snowing. There is a
pasture next to one of the roads in the area. Large and small
vehicles drive by constantly – day and night.
On the pasture three Highland cattle are standing – with hanging
ears – a bull and two cows about 10 years old. They are mourning the
15 cows that were picked up in a large cattle- transport and driven
toward the slaughterhouse, and they are visibly suffering under the
inclement weather conditions. The hay lies in a hayrack onto which
the rain pours and the small wooden hut on the second pasture is
very uncomfortable and actually, doesn’t have enough room to
accommodate the large bodies with all their horns.
We – our sister Gabriele and some others – drive by every day on our
way to the woods of the peaceable land, and Gabriele constantly asks
if anyone takes care of these animals. A call to the owner brings a
terse answer: They are descended from Auroch cattle that are
accustomed to such conditions. But, of course, no one thinks about
the fact that unfortunately, such original conditions desired by God
are no longer found on the Earth. And no one thinks about the fact
that through devastating environmental pollution, the trace
elements, minerals and enzymes no longer are available in nature to
free-living animals who need them in order to flourish. Their coat
becomes dull through acid rain, their hooves soft through the lack
of minerals. And so, the cold and wet penetrate their bodies – and
the animals suffer, just as we humans would ...
When the weather remained inclement for a long period of time, we
dared to take another step. We asked the owner if we could lay some
straw in their hut. He allowed us to do this, and already on the
first day after this, the three large animals squeezed into the
How could we help the animals?
Through these thoughts and experiences, the desire grew in us to be
able to care for the animals on the peaceable land. A conversation
with the owner gave us to understand that once their subsidy ran
out, they would soon be going to slaughter.
Of course, our immediate reaction against killing was awakened.
After some tough negotiating, we were promised that we could
purchase these magnificent animals.
The price was calculated based on their live weight, the slaughter
premium and the purchase of the old food rack. A farmer who produces
beef knows how to make money and is able to empty our pockets very
We accepted because the alternative was the slaughterhouse – and in
face of this, anyone who has any feelings for the animals would
certainly have done the same.
The joy was great and we received – of course, through the divine
Wisdom – the names for the Highland cattle: Maese, Rika and Rine.
Eye to eye with the bull Maese
Directly after we were promised their purchase, we drove to the
animals. Gabriele called them by their name – and just imagine: The
magnificent bull Maese interrupts his grazing right then, looks up
and walks directly to Gabriele who had some things to tell him: That
we will fence in a large pasture for him and his cows and build a
large shelter for them; that he and his own will receive plenty of
variety in their food; that they will be able to protect themselves
from the sun in a small woods, in the shade of high trees; that they
will get a small water pool where they can cool off their feet – and
what is so very important – that as long as they live, they will
never have to go to the slaughterhouse. Maese understands, is
content and continues to graze.
As we drove by again on a Sunday evening, we made a joyful
discovery: A calf had been born and was seeking the mother’s udder.
The udder was very large, but the calf couldn’t get to it because it
was hanging too low to the ground…
We called a brother who knew something about cows and had already
taken care of Highland cattle at the haven for peace. He noticed at
once that something wasn’t right and asked the veterinary and a
Highland cattle breeder and came to the conclusion that mother and
child must be brought quickly to the farm sanctuary, otherwise the
newborn would die. Said and done! With a lot of patience – and
admittedly with a bit of fear and concern – it was possible to bring
mother and child onto a wagon that drove them to the farm.
The danger has passed
There, the brothers and sisters built a frame in which they could
milk the Highland cow and give her milk to the calf. That, too, was
successful and the little calf “Chasry” grew livelier day by day.
When we could see that Chasry was able to drink a goodly quantity of
mother’s milk, we all breathed easier: The danger had passed. After
we told the owner about this, he said that the previous year a calf
had died, probably because of a same or similar difficulty.
Meanwhile, on the peaceable land the work went on day and night to
fence in a large pasture, to build a shelter and install water.
Family Maese can now move in…
To bring the animals in a transport is not so easy. Their memories
of the transport that took their family members to the
slaughterhouse are still pretty fresh. But with a lot of patience
and trust in the help of the nature beings, resettlement in their
new surroundings was made possible.
Once arrived, Maese and Rine inspected their new home with a lot of
interest. The assurance that they would never have to leave again
gave them a sense of trust and they immediately explored their
woods, the large pasture and their beautiful new home.
On the hot days that followed, they “cleared out” their small neck
of the woods very thoroughly, and we came to realize that Highland
cattle also need leaves and branches in order to flourish.
They are feeling visibly well, are beginning to trust the brothers
and sisters that care for them and are interested in all the
craftsman activities taking place around them. During the evenings,
the upper pasture is inspected, and the wide view and probably the
tranquillity and almost “holy stillness” of this small area of the
Earth is enjoyed.
Family Maese is complete again
It’s time to bring the family together again. Rika and Chasry are
brought to Maese and Rine. Seeing each other again causes the
otherwise very calm and deliberate animals to gallop joyfully around
the whole pasture. And now the family is complete, the calf totally
accepted without question.
Now they graze together, chewing their cud in the shadow of the
large trees and enjoying the cool air on their feet and legs… From
their human brothers and sisters they always receive some treats
which they gladly accept from the two-legged ones. They are happy
animals, and bring a lot of joy to their human brothers and sisters
as well as to the nature beings and the rest of the inhabitants of
the peaceable land…
Surprise: At the beginning of July, Rine also gave birth to a child
– Family Maese is happy and we human brothers and sisters as well.”
Deer, fox and hedgehog mothers show us their children.
Mother Earth is patient and forbearing with the animals
The three of us continued to have experiences in our “four-legged
Time just speeds up and the hours fly by. The warmer season has the
scepter in its hands now.
What we learned and what is still important even today for us was
that we could not leave the jeep and move about without talking. In
their language of pictures, which is a pictorial communication,
animals store the sound, that is, the sound of the voice as well as
the smell, form and movement, all the life processes of others from
their species and of all other living beings, including humans.
On our excursions, the three of us wore our “wild pig garb” for
several more weeks. Over and over again we experienced the mothers,
the sows, and their piglets, their children. At a certain distance –
they were still rather shy – they would go by us even when I, a
two-legged creature, stood outside of the car or sat on my small
In the pocket of my jacket, I carried one or two apples that I very
slowly rolled in the direction I had seen the animals take. In this
way, they were able to feel that I was their friend. Over the course
of some weeks, the mother animals, the sows, came, cautiously and
curiously, closer and closer, and the little ones, their piglets,
hopped and cavorted about as if to say: “We’re doing well.”
We were able to experience how they grew and the stripes on their
fur gradually faded away. It is on these stripes that one can
recognize that they are still children who drink their mother’s
spring showed itself in all its splendor. Here and there squirrels
could be seen and the many deer that we encountered on our
expeditions gradually shed their winter coats. The birds accompanied
the awakening of nature with their song, announcing the coming time
of pairing, and were filled with expectant joy over their coming
nature children that would be hatching from incubated eggs.
We three also changed our “smelly” wild pig garb for clean and
Whether spring, summer, fall or winter – we never got tired of going
on our expeditions.
With the help of the great Spirit of nature I learned the
communicative pictorial language between animals, nature and the
impulses of the minerals more and more. The pictorial language of
the nature kingdoms is a mighty weaving and threading, an orchestra,
like a symphony, where every little flower, every mighty tree, every
form of nature, of the animals, the plants, but also of the stones,
comes into accord with one another.
Besides, I learned that all forms of life in nature, including the
world of animals and of minerals, not only communicate with one
another, but that all of them are also in unity with the four
elemental forces of fire, water, earth and air.
The nature kingdoms and the elements are forces in balance. Human
beings interfered in the symbiosis of life, in the collaboration of
all forces and disturbed, and still disturb, the order in it. The
human being is a great troublemaker. Through his disorder and his
warlike attitude against the planet Earth he causes natural
disasters, epidemics and pestilences, suffering and misery in the
animal world, and last, but not least, all to the detriment of
During spring an alert observer of nature experiences a very unique
burst of forces. All animals are in a very joyful mood. The forests
and fields are filled with the life of young animals. Even in the
trees, the joyful twittering is intensified. These are the young
birds which now take up their shorter and longer flight routes.
Time truly speeds by as if in flight. spring was already passing
into summer. During this transitional period, the deer drew closer
and presented their Bambis to us. The mother would point to her
children with her nose. Then she would raise her head and looked at
us joyfully and trustingly. With this gesture she showed us her
Even the birds became more trusting toward us. We could clearly see
that the young animals – that is, the next generation – were less
shy toward us than their parents. The mother fox who in winter had
taken an apple near the jeep and eaten it thankfully before our eyes
now came toward us to present us with her young. We three passengers
of the “four-legged” creature stayed near the jeep, which didn’t
disturb her. She trusted us two-legged creatures, the human beings!
The fox children romped and cavorted about. During their play, they
also sprang toward us, which the mother tolerated. The fox mother
looked around with the question: “Do you have an apple?” We did,
which we rolled toward her. She took it, turned toward the woods and
gave a subtle signal. The little ones looked up, heard their mother
and ran after her.
The hedgehog, which had taken some apple pieces during the Fall,
also showed us her little, bristly children. The hares hopped out of
the Benjes hedges and played in the warming sun. Only the wild pigs
stayed a further distance apart. Why? Our summer clothing disturbed
their scent-picture. Besides, we noticed that they sought out more
and more the fields that offered them the nutrients they needed so
that they could absorb and store them in their bodies to survive the
Meanwhile, now two jeeps are driving. The one is the “four-legged
creature,” our expedition jeep, and the other brings fresh water for
all the animals on the fields and in the woods. During the summer,
fresh water is particularly favored – and necessary. The watering
containers are so shaped that even the small animals, for example,
the birds, squirrels, mice and many others, including the smallest
of animals, can refresh themselves without danger of drowning in the
The communication between nature and animals, as seen from the human
viewpoint, is something special, because nature grants the animals
everything, including the destruction of a tree, for example, when a
large animal snaps a tree in half or breaks off branches and twigs
or crushes flowers and grasses underfoot, and much more. The
arguments of people would sound like the following: “Nature cannot
defend itself” or “The animal doesn’t know that it should stop doing
that; it only has an instinct” or “Nature is, after all, without a
soul, just like the animals.” The arrogant, egocentric human is of
the opinion that “everything serves only me, the human, the crown of
The “crown of creation” knows neither the Creator of Earth and
infinity, nor does the crown of creation recognize the Earth as a
living organism, which, as long as it remains in balance, is there
for human beings and not against them. But since the human being,
the “crown of creation,” disdains Mother Earth and goes against her,
over time, Mother Earth will no longer permit everything that humans
have done until now to the great Earth person. The “Earth person,”
Mother Earth, will give back to human beings what their share is.
The “crown of creation” will then go under and Mother Earth will be
Mother Earth is truly like a loving mother to her children. When the
children crush underfoot grasses and flowers or small trees here or
there or break off twigs and branches, she will not react like a
hysterical person. They are, after all, still children and aren’t
doing it maliciously. Animal children do not wantonly destroy great
tracts of land like humans do. They do not destroy the rain forests
or clear huge tracts of forest or start forest fires for their own
profit. They do not poison the fields with liquid and solid manure
or harmful chemicals like humans do. They do not pollute the waters
nor do they pollute the air.
The animals of the forests and fields hardly cause any damage. Human
beings are the parasite, a monster that destroys everything, but
everything, and at that, so he thinks, for his own benefit. But not
in reality. It will prove to be more and more to his sorrow.
When one is able to listen in on the communicative orchestra, the
interplay of the elements, of nature, of the animals with Mother
Earth, then even as a human being one can feel that the animals
cause no harm to nature. Mother Earth is forbearing, because the
children, the animals, cause her no difficulties. The Earth is
constantly striving to keep the balance between nature, animals and
minerals. What an animal damages here or there is so slight to
Mother Earth, that what an animal claims for itself she lets grow
Nature gives to the one who gives
selflessly to the animals
I remember the statement of a farmer that proves this: Within the
surrounding area of his farm, he put some grain fields at the
disposal of the animals instead of harvesting them. What the animals
took for their needs from these fields wasn’t exactly little,
particularly when the wild pigs romped about in them. This farmer,
however, could see that the yield from the other fields had risen
quite a bit, so that at the end of the harvest season, he had a
larger yield than the year before. This shows quite clearly that
Mother Earth not only balances out selfless gifts to the animals,
she even rewards the friend of nature, giving him even more than he
Especially during summer months, the animals show us that they are
very closely connected with Mother Earth and Mother Earth with them,
her children of nature. She, Mother Earth, is kind; her children may
run across the lush wood meadows, they may run through the thicket
that bears its leaf-work and offers the animals shade, protection
and sleeping places. Mother Earth allows the children of nature
everything; she denies them no place. But it is totally different
when the animals of the woods and of the fields encounter humans who
are of the erroneous opinion that a piece of land, a part of Mother
Earth, belongs to them. Then, mostly there is no amicable, that is,
kind, agreement; instead, the people insist on their supposed
rights, their claims; defense measures are taken, all those things
that lead to discord, chaos and a lot of commotion.
Not all people cling to the standpoint that the land they work is
exclusively and only for them, unless they belong to a
denominational regime. With some fruit farmers, we observed that the
wild pigs made free with the fruit in the orchard, taking fresh,
juicy apples from the low-hanging espalier fruit trees and churning
up the earth in the gooseberry and current fields to harvest the
fallen, overripe fruits. The fruit farmers smiled and were even
happy about this. They also allowed many squirrels to harvest
walnuts from a walnut tree, one after the other, thus preparing for
winter. Why did they smile and were so happy? Why didn’t they act
like the other farmers, who think that when an animal lingers on
their fields it has to be shot down by a hunter? Not all farmers
have a heart of stone. Many a one knows that one can see, hear and
experience well only with the heart, for God’s nature kingdom is
unity between humans, animals, plants and stones.
These fruit farmers and the farmers who are for nature and animals
told us that they have many experiences with the animals. The
latter, for example, helped them with their farming. To them, the
animals are much more helpful than even a plow or hoe. Their inner
conviction that God is the Creator of all living beings makes it
possible for them to act in such a way, since every living being is
a part of the creation of God. God knows what the individual thinks
and why he is for nature and the animals, for the Creator and His
It is different for many farmers who are bound to their
denominations. Like the leaders of their church, they think that God
is responsible for everything, including the chaos, and that they,
the farmers, are in the best hands, because the preachers of their
churches indirectly preach about a demonic God, who punishes and
condemns all those who do not follow the teachings of the church,
who destroys everything that does not serve their dark realm, as,
for example, the people who align with the Kingdom of God and pray
to a Creator of order and eternity. In this stereotypical picture
the preachers have, the animals, nature, even all of Mother Earth,
only have a place that is marked with disparagement and disdain. At
most, they are accepted as profit-making entities for the human
Whoever does not know himself to be a guest on Earth, whoever
believes he can make God responsible for all the chaos, serves the
denominational preachers, the vassals, who are of the opinion that
they and their kind are the crown of creation. Whoever professes to
this carries the same stamp as his denominational role models in
black, white or red robes.
Again, the season changed. Very gradually summer reached into Fall.
We expedition enthusiasts were underway to observe and learn as at
every season. Again the days grew shorter, so that we two-legged
creatures had to adjust ourselves. because when late in the evening
– as dusk fell upon the fields and woods – we still lingered outside
in nature, we heard the roebuck calling. From the kingdom of
All-wisdom, we learned that many birds, among other animals, also
the roebuck, were warning us humans to leave the woods as darkness
fell, so that the inhabitants of the woods and fields could find
their rest, and go to sleep undisturbed.
Based on spiritual knowledge and our own experience, we changed our
outings to late afternoon. Like the year before, we again were
privileged to experience the animals as they prepared for winter by
laying in their stores. We drove our “four-legged creature,” the
jeep, over the fields and through the woods several hours earlier
than during the summer months. Encouraged by two years of many
different experiences, we went by foot more and more often, so that
the animals could get used to the two-legged creatures, us human
beings. They began to take us into their experience pictures. We
recognized this by the fact that the hares and deer no longer took
flight as before. Nevertheless, as a security measure, they kept and
still keep a short distance from us humans. Even the birds did not
and do not fly away in fear when they see us two-legged creatures.
In the meantime, we have come to know the places where certain
species of birds gather or where the deer come together. We respect
their homes and the places where they meet, because we have learned
to understand the behavioral patterns of their species. In this way,
we remain at a distance that is due them, and do not disturb their
life and the activity that corresponds to their species.
Many, very many animal species that we had missed during the summer
could suddenly be seen again, in the Benjes hedges, on the fields
and in the woods.
What we did not encounter at this point were the wild pigs. We asked
about this and the answer was given that the wild pigs were still in
the fields not yet harvested. Later, when the fields had been
harvested, they would return to the woods to eat acorns, hazelnuts,
beechnuts, everything the woods offered, in order to enrich their
bodies with the necessary substances that would help them somewhat
to survive the winter. To this explanation we three added the
following: … because, generally speaking, they have nothing good or
beneficial to expect from humans – who should be their friends and
bigger brothers and sisters – and if they do receive something, then
simply garbage or corn from hunters who deliberately lure the wild
pigs, for example, to then shoot them down in an underhanded
fashion. The picture that most animals have of human beings is
marked by their unpredictable, malicious, brutal behavior, by the
killing and cannibalistic consumption of the bodies of their
species’ brothers and sisters that were mercilessly hunted and
slaughtered and that can be found as serving portions on the market
shelves of meats and cold cuts.
To become friends with the animals of the woods and fields, a great
deal of patience and persistence is necessary. This task requires
devotion. It can be fulfilled only with conscientiousness,
earnestness – and unconditionally. Every hectic reaction on our part
calls up fright and flight on their part. If we went too quickly, if
we turned too jerkily or moved our arms in an unusual way for them,
the animals would run or fly away. We had to learn to totally
discipline ourselves, including our thoughts, on the one hand
because thoughts control the reactions of the body, and on the other
hand, because the contents of thoughts can be registered by the
animals in their “scent pictures.”
As already mentioned, animals communicate via the language of
pictures. Animals form pictures of positions and places, of
different animal species and of us human beings as well. Specific
reactions and body movements are registered. If, for example, a
movement – particularly when made by us humans – does not correspond
to the sequence of their pictures, then they flee from us, or even
attack if they feel they are stronger than the intruder.
On our drives and walks, we experienced the permanent fear of the
animals. Every one of our reactions that could not be placed by
them, set them into panic. This was a motivation for us to address
each other every time we slipped from the awareness of unity.
How Thyrinus and I
Now the grain harvest had been brought in for the most part. On the
fields only those fruits could be found that were still being
harvested during the days in which summer passed on the scepter to
autumn. This is also true for the late varieties of apples in the
farm’s orchards. The industriousness of many animals let us
recognize that the year was already drawing to a close.
With the scouting eyes that we had developed during the many
expeditions we had taken, on one of our drives we recognized wild
pigs moving toward the woods in the distance. We called each other’s
attention to them and talked about how we should behave. We quickly
came to an agreement. We again took up the position we had held
during the previous winter. My two companions remained in the jeep
while I sat outside on a small folding stool in a clearing in the
woods near the wild pig path.
It took days, until the wild pigs again took this path. The family
of pigs, the herd, that wanted to use the path, was very shy. As
soon as they noticed us, they quickly went back into the woods. We
were quite astonished by their looks, because the little ones from
the previous spring no longer had any stripes on their backs. They
had grown into young animals; one could describe them as young
“hooligans,” because that’s also how they behaved.
We kept to our agreement to stick it out and not give up our
position. Wild pigs are very clever animals. Probably the pictures
from the previous winter and spring suddenly flared up, because all
of a sudden they did come by and took the apple pieces prepared for
them and – without letting us out of their eyesight – continued on.
Suddenly a young boar separated from the herd and came without
shyness toward me as I sat on my folding stool. I spoke to him with
calming words in a corresponding tone. He circled me and drew ever
closer. Now, he remained standing behind my back as if he wanted to
test my reaction. I didn’t move. He sniffed at me and in so doing,
laid his nose, which I often kiddingly describe as a plug, on my
back. I encouraged myself by telling myself to remain quietly
sitting and not move!
The young boar gave me a light push, walked around me and then stood
squarely in front of me, apparently quite self-confident and
fearless. He took a long look at me while his clever eyes twinkled.
I talked and talked to him, and he just looked at me. In the same,
monotone voice, I asked a question: “What are you called by your
invisible friends and helpers?” As mentioned, one can see and hear
well only with the heart. I heard the word in me, with which the
invisible friends addressed him: “Thyrinus.” I spoke this word out
This word, which is only vibration, a frequency, for the animals,
was understood by the young boar. He moved his head in an odd way
and came some steps toward me. I held a piece of apple in my hand.
Carefully I opened my left hand and placed the piece of apple on the
ground. He suddenly took some steps backward, looked at me and
watched his surroundings in a thoughtful, considering way. Again he
approached me and carefully and neatly took the piece of apple. The
ice was broken! Thyrinus and I became friends.
My companions watched this picture and said: “We were just waiting
to interfere the minute he attacked!” But animals are cleverer than
people. Many animals weigh things before attacking. Thyrinus had
first explored all possibilities before acting.
Slowly and carefully he turned away from me, joined his half-grown
brothers and sisters and disappeared with them without a sound.
The three of us got braver and braver. With the expeditions that
followed, we changed the picture again. Both my companions stood
behind the jeep and I sat down on my folding stool in the middle of
the wild pig path.
Today, no wild pigs showed up, but instead, a squirrel that perched
on my right shoulder to watch this odd figure from close up, because
it was this particular squirrel that had already watched me quite
often as I laid out walnuts near the branch from where it looked
down on me. In my pocket I had – as always – a few delicacies for
just in case, like slices of apple, walnuts and sunflower seeds.
The lively squirrel slipped nimbly from one shoulder to the other
and looked down at my hands as if to ask: “Do you have a walnut for
me?” Of course I had one. The only problem was that it was still in
my jacket pocket, and any movement could frighten the little animal.
As it again moved in a skillful fashion across my back to the other
side – whereby its sharp “fingers” could clearly be felt through my
clothing – I carefully took a walnut from my pocket and rolled it
around on the palm of my hand. When the industrious little forest
animal saw the walnut, it climbed down to my hand, quickly and
adroitly took the gift, sprang to the ground and to the next tree,
which it then climbed so that it could open the acquired nut.
There is so much more to tell about. We were granted a fullness of
experiences, from which I want to take only a few so that you, dear
friends, can share in them with us.
For example, different bird species flew by in family groups, most
of which settled on the different bushes and trees. But some of them
landed on my open hand, to take the sunflower seeds lying there. It
is a wonderful picture, being still, learning, being thankful for
what we were privileged to experience over and over again.
On our expeditionary drives, different species of animals were and
are encountered, hares, deer, foxes, partridges and other animals.
Over and over again, we were, and are, privileged to experience with
deep joy and gratitude, that the animals have come to know the jeep,
the “four-legged” one, and very gradually to gain confidence in us
And on the wild pig path, we were simply tolerated. The young boar,
Thyrinus, came by every now and then, circled around me and looked
me deep in the eyes as if he wanted to say: “We already know each
other from eternity.”
However one day, he sniffed at me, took a few steps back and
suddenly ran toward me and shoved me so strongly that I fell from my
folding stool. Then he withdrew into the woods.
What hadn’t appealed to him? What wasn’t in order on me that
disturbed his sense of smell? The three of us thought about it. And
then, like scales falling from our eyes, we suddenly realized that I
had washed my wild pig attire, and it smelled totally different!
From this and other occurrences, we deduced that we may very well
have gotten to be accepted by the animals, but that we were still
far from being received by them. And so we kept to what we had done
during the previous year: As long as we could stand it, we did not
wash our forest clothing.
Thyrinus and his pupil,
the apple farmer
As we so often did, we started off again on another reconnaissance
drive to have more experiences with the animal world and to learn
more about the animals and nature. But then an apple farmer signaled
me to come to him. He gestured, indicating with his hands that I
should come slowly and speak calmly. As I did in the woods, I walked
slowly and began to speak in a calm and monotone voice. What did I
see? A wild pig – it was Thyrinus – who stood next to an apple tree
and looked questioningly at it. As Thyrinus saw me, he moved
somewhat to the side and laid down on the ground some rows of
espalier fruit trees away.
Totally excited, the apple farmer told me that the wild pig had come
to him and with his nose had pointed to the hoe with which he was
working the soil between the rows of apple trees. Then the wild pig
had withdrawn a few meters from the apple farmer and shown him how
one should work the soil in the fruit orchard: With its nose, it
prepared the soil and let the fruit farmer recognize that he should
not dig so deeply into the soil.
For a whole week, Thyrinus daily came to the fruit farmer and called
his attention to the fact that he should merely aerate the soil,
that is, treat it with care. Thyrinus, however, also tested his
“pupil.” Apples of very late variety were still hanging on the
espalier fruit trees. Thyrinus took an apple from one of the
low-hanging branches, and stole a glance at the fruit farmer, to see
how he would react. The two-legged guy just melted. His heart was
totally softened by the cleverness of this wild pig.
During these approximately eight days, when Thyrinus suddenly and
unexpectedly appeared over and over again, he would lay himself on
the ground one espalier tree row further down and watch his “pupil,”
the fruit farmer, to see whether he had understood how one should
treat Mother Earth. The brother, who was active in the fruit garden,
proved to be a good pupil. When he finally knew what it was all
about, that is to say, how he should work the soil, Thyrinus
We met Thyrinus every now and then in the woods. He grew and became
quite large. If a herd of pigs came and I called out “Thyrinus,”
this wild pig would separate from his family group and come to us.
The other family members watched the communication between Thyrinus
and human, and between human and Thyrinus. Wild pigs are very clever
and quick to learn. In time, the others also lost their shyness.
Since then, they no longer run away when they hear the jeep or see
or smell us.
A new fruit orchard was being planned. As it emerged, there
developed a common desire to name this new orchard situated on a
slope “Thyrinus Orchard.” This is what it is now called.
On our many drives, we could experience over and over again that the
animals are very alert and attentive. They take note of all
important occurrences and procedures that take place in the woods
and on the fields. For example, foxes that had until now always
avoided us, disappearing immediately into the dense undergrowth
whenever they saw us, apparently accepted us after some time,
eventually even taking us in. Their shy behavior, that always ended
up in flight at the beginning, turned into curiosity.
The clever foxes, which had previously watched us from a distance,
approached us until they were just a few meters away, and watched
attentively how the other animals acted toward us. Every animal is
totally different from the others in its perceptions and reactions.
For example, when I give an apple a small push so that it rolls in
the direction of the foxes, the one takes flight, the other stays,
fetches the apple and disappears with it into nearby bushes.
Time passes. This is just the way it is on the Earth. Nature changed
its garments. Now, it was draped in its autumn robes. The elements
also showed the change of seasons. The wind, for example, had become
cooler and more raw. On our reconnaissance drives, we three had
decided to no longer go into the woods and fields surrounded by the
fumes of our unwashed clothes. Our jeep was washed and we chose our
clothes according to the actual weather conditions.
Our expeditions over the fields and through the woods to the trees
and bushes, to the animals in the woods and fields were, and still
are, dear to our hearts. Our motto still is today: Don’t want
anything – simply be there. For one must learn and it is only with
the heart that one can learn well. Why? Because the heart of the
soul is the love of God, the Creator, which flows through and
drenches with sun all living beings and life forms of nature, yes,
all of Mother Earth.
The most important principles of our learning process are the
Cause no suffering to any living being.
Do not deliberately kill a living being.
Do not consume the carcass of your animal brother or sister – do not
be an animal cannibal.
Do not pick a flower when it is in full bloom – it is your little
sister from the kingdom of nature.
Do not deliberately break off a twig or branch from the trees or
bushes – for these are your nature brothers.
Do not willfully, or for reasons of profit, separate the trunk of a
tree from Mother Earth – in this way you separate yourself from the
Creator, for He let the tree grow; He gave it life.
You, the human being, do not have the right to violate nature and
kill animals – you have given life to neither nature nor the
The following lawful principle from the eternal All-law of creation
holds for every person: What you do to the least of these creatures,
you do to the Creator and to yourself.
During this autumn we experienced similar things as in the previous
year. The world of the animals prepared itself for winter. We also
increasingly wore warmer clothing, particularly when we left the
“four-legged creature,” the jeep, and went walking over the fields
and through the woods as two-legged creatures. After many
expeditions, the animals who saw us over and over again gained
confidence. We were accepted, no matter what clothing we wore or how
often we changed it.
Even the brothers and sisters in the second jeep, the water drivers,
who had similar experiences as we did, could now move around freely.
Nevertheless, and that was and is our highest priority: We had to,
and still have to, move slowly, that is, walk harmoniously. We could
not and still cannot, even today, have overly loud conversations
with one another, or gesture in a hasty or agitated way. Animals
have a certain rhythm in their behavior, in their movements and
reactions, that should be recognized, that is, sensed, by us human
beings and upheld by us as much as possible. Under these terms, it
Adventurous encounter with a powerful wild boar.
Animals want to be friends to us human beings,
because they know about unity
If we were to report in detail about all our encounters with the
animals and our experiences with our brothers, the trees, with our
sisters, the flowers, and with the four elements, we would need
several volumes of books.
What particularly interested me was the behavior patterns of the
wild pigs, because it is always said of them that they are extremely
At the beginning of this winter, I again sat on my folding stool
near the path of the wild pigs. My companions stood a few meters
away from me in order to watch a squirrel that was preparing for
hibernation. Suddenly and surprisingly, there was a rustling in the
bushes. A powerful boar with four large, strong tusks, two above,
and two below, stepped out. As he saw me sitting there, he assumed a
posture like the bulls in the arena. He bent forward and pawed the
ground with his front hoofs, just like a bull in the arena does
before attacking. My companions understood too late what was
happening, because the boar was already very close to me. In the
firm resolve to attack me, he circled me. Suddenly, he shoved me
quite strongly in the back so that I not only fell from the folding
stool, but also felt his tusks in my back.
Now I lay there on the cold, wet ground in a cowering position, in
quite a humble attitude, as often takes place in the animal kingdom
to signal to the attacker the subordination of the weaker one. I
spoke to the heart of my soul and asked for help to behave in the
right way in this situation. It was only moments and then I
perceived the voice of the heart that advised me to first remain
lying there and to speak in a calm, monotone voice as we always did
when the animals were near us. In this monotone, I also told my
companions to stay quietly standing where they were. They reacted as
if rooted to the spot in fright. The boar stood behind me as if he
wanted to tell me: “So, now I will test you to see if you really are
well-intentioned toward me!”
The voice of my heart, which is the inner life, said: “Without
straightening up, take an apple out of your jacket pocket. Don’t
stand up, or the boar will think you want to attack him.” I fished
an apple as well as I could out of my pocket, which I let roll away
from me while I remained in the posture of a devotee with bowed head
and without standing up. It took quite a bit of effort to do this.
The boar looked briefly at the rolling apple without letting me out
of his sight. Speaking in a monotone, I remained in this humble
position until the great, massive animal moved toward the apple and
took it. His eyes blazed with fire toward me over and over again.
With the apple, he walked majestically and without haste into the
woods – and disappeared.
I stood up. The three of us took a few deep breaths. My feelings
told me that I had stood the test – and so it was.
Some days later, as we were walking on foot through the woods we
again met the boar. He came toward us and his eyes blazed as they
had at our first encounter, as if to say: “Who wants to take me on
today?” Suddenly he zeroed in on me and ran directly toward me.
Immediately, I began to talk in a gentle and monotone voice. I
greeted him and asked the question: “May I offer you an apple?”
Probably our friend wanted to say, “Don’t ask! Just take it out of
your jacket pocket!”; because without paying attention to my
question, he simply pressed his nose on my pocket. He smelled the
apple which I immediately placed on the ground for him. He took the
fruit and walked confidently into the thicket of the woods.
The tension withdrew from us three. We just simply laughed heartily
Many encounters of these kinds showed and show us that the animals
long for us human beings. They want to be our friends, because
“instinctively,” they know about the All-unity, which is the great
Spirit in all human beings as well as in all living beings and life
forms of nature.
Spoken from the very basis of the soul, we can say that, by nature,
there are no dangerous animals. We human beings have so frightened
the animals through our behavior against life that many an animal
attacks and perhaps even causes harm to a person. The animal doesn’t
do this because it is dangerous, but because it is afraid and often
“scents” our fear of it and our resulting behavior toward it. The
fright, the fear triggers strong, emotional reactions in us:
defensiveness, perhaps also resistance, that is, even aggressive
emotions. This upsets an animal, particularly when we human beings
have a carrion smell about us, because we kill its fellow species,
or have them killed, in order to eat them.
hurt wild boar allows itself
to be nursed back to health.
Tears of joy! A wild mother sow
accepted me as a human sister
The animals of the woods and fields are free-living animals. They
are very closely linked with Mother Earth in their behavior. If we
human beings leave them their freedom and are good to them, they
very gradually draw closer to us, but only if they want this and if
they can again leave, as they like. A moving encounter with a wild
boar of about nine months shows this:
From the many experiences with the animals, I again reach for an
important “anecdote,” an occurrence, that took place on an early
sunny summer day, as I dressed myself for a walk through the woods.
Before I left the house, I looked in the garden of our farmhouse –
surely through the guidance of the Spirit of life. I couldn’t
believe my eyes: In the garden stood a medium-sized boar, wobbly on
three feet, thin and very weak. He could barely drag his emaciated
body about. It was a pitiful sight. I immediately informed all
brothers and sisters who worked on the farm to be careful and to not
approach the weakened animal.
The young wild boar dragged himself with his last strength to a
large spruce standing near the house. Clumsily he crept under the
low-hanging branches of the tree and let himself fall to the ground.
From the kitchen window we could watch this lamentable picture. The
young patient laid his hurt leg on the ground, his head pointing
toward the trunk of the tree.
Through many experiences with the so-called wild animals, we had
grown ever more sensitive in our perception and in our behavior
toward the animals. Besides, one can see, hear, feel and comprehend
well with the heart.
My heart, the heart of my soul, helped us to behave correctly toward
the animal, the patient. It was made clear to us that first of all
the young wild boar needed quiet and recuperation, because he was
under the greatest tension. Besides, he was afraid of human beings.
The voice of the heart let us know that the sick animal had been led
by divine beings to be near people, to the place, the spruce, the
great tree brother, where he could receive healing from Mother
Earth, from the soil and under the protection of the tree. We were
advised to not go near the animal for some hours, until his fear and
great pain had abated. Only then should we place some water and food
a little further away from him.
The animal under the tree did not move. After several hours, one of
us went very slowly toward the tree, speaking in a monotone – as we
had done out in open nature – in order to bring water and food to
the sick and suffering creature.
For days, the weakened patient took nothing; he just lay there,
quiet and without movement.
The farm people watched him carefully and noticed one day that he
had at least taken a different position. And the water was almost
gone. But the bristling patient still didn’t want food.
On another day the farm people saw how the sick animal dragged
himself to the water to drink. Now, he at least drank the fresh
water brought to him every day. We named him Wasre.
After about ten days, Wasre changed his position so that he could
watch us from under the tree that offered him some protection. He
followed attentively as water and fresh food was brought to him.
One day, only a little was left of the grain and corn that had
filled the bowl. We asked ourselves who had eaten from it? Wasre –
or perhaps the peacocks that are at home everywhere on the farm
It didn’t take long until the riddle was solved: One of us just
happened by as Wasre stood up under the spruce and dragged himself
on three feet to the bowl with his food in it. He ate, drank and
then, again with effort, withdrew under the wide-spread branches of
the spruce. Now he lay more and more often in such a way that the
warming sun could shine on his sick leg.
Upon our call, a doctor came who could watch him from a distance as
he went to eat and drink. The doctor said: “The animal must have
been caught in a trap like the hunters put out. When animals are
caught in such murderous traps, they gradually die in a terrible and
bestial way, as if they were being tortured.” We were so glad that
Wasre had managed to free himself from the trap. Soon it became
clear that luckily his leg was not broken, because he tried over and
over again to set it more firmly on the ground.
After a few weeks during which Wasre was also able to closely watch
us human beings from a distance, one of us went to him and spoke
with him in a quiet, monotone voice. To our joy, the animal brother
did not get frightened, but remained lying quietly. During the days
that he had formed and stored a picture of us human beings for
himself, Wasre had apparently gained the impression that these
two-legged creatures meant and mean well by him. In this way, he
became noticeably more trusting. From a secure distance in his
resting place under the spruce tree, he squinted at us human beings
with his alert eyes. From a distance determined by him, we
respectfully addressed him with the name Wasre.
More weeks went by. Wasre could move his leg better and better, even
though it was still quite a bit thinner and weaker than the others.
He tried to set it on the ground and support himself with it. As the
patient slowly recovered with great fortitude and patience, he
started to explore his surroundings. At first, he left his place
under the spruce only very briefly, taking a walk – still slowly and
dragging his leg somewhat – to the chicken pen that was near his
resting place at that time. Wasre looked at the chickens as if they
were a totally new experience for him. Very quickly he noticed that
the chicken feed lying outside of the pen when the chickens were
running about tasted quite good, and he partook richly of it.
Our valiant convalescent stayed several weeks on the farm and got
better day by day. Wasre still limped, but he could support himself
on his hurt leg more and more. The young boar had meanwhile gained a
lot of trust in us human beings, because now we could even touch
him. Soon he was limping all over the farmyard and having a good
When Wasre could more or less walk around again, a friend from his
original living sphere, a boar of his age, came visiting and after a
few days, Wasre returned with his companion to the woods, although
he was still limping.
During the time that followed, what became clear is that the picture
of us human beings that Wasre had formed during his illness and
convalescence did not fade away. Still today, after one and one-half
years, Wasre comes to the farmyard every now and then to keep up his
friendship with us human beings. Meanwhile, he has become a great
big, mature boar with impressive tusks. Whoever doesn’t know him
would be frightened by the large, imposing animal. But Wasre knows
us, his human friends, and we know Wasre. He pricks up his ears when
he hears his name called. When we call him, he comes to us – of
course, only if he wants to! It’s good that way. Animals of the
woods and fields need their absolute freedom.
When we go walking through the woods – whereby today, the smell of
our clothes doesn’t play a role anymore, because the animals have
our picture fully in their awareness, then it can be that totally
unexpectedly and without fear, a boar comes toward us from the
woods. Either it is Wasre or now and then Thyrinus, or it is the
great big fellow who threw me to the ground to test me some time
ago; we call him Adonis.
All animals are noble and of fine character. We humans have turned
them into fearful and hunted living beings. We have taken their
living space from them. Because we humans continue to decimate it –
and this is why so many animals have to live together in severely
restricted space – the government gives the command to shoot down a
large part of our animal brothers and sisters, similarly to how the
barn animals are treated, who are crammed together into the tightest
of spaces, kept as slaughter animals, bearing the stamp of “soon to
be killed by humans” from birth on, for the benefit of the human
Another occurrence, which I would like to share from the treasury of
the many experiences and joys with the animals, is the communication
with a wild pig, a sow, a mother with five young.
One sunny spring day, the sunset was shining through the woods,
placing its whole brilliance on the fields, and I was again sitting
at the edge of the woods near the wild pig path. I was simply
enjoying the warm sunshine. A noise distracted me from my alignment
and devotion to the warming sun rays. What was that and where did
the noise come from? I listened into the woods and into the
undergrowth and could not believe my eyes: A wild sow with her young
came out of cover and stood about five meters away from me. The
young squeaked in a lively fashion and scampered around their
It actually was true! It really happened! Here, without fear, a
caring animal mother, a wild sow, looked at me and waited to see
whether I would talk to her. Before I could barely recover from my
joy – tears of joy rolled down my cheeks – she pointed to her
children with her nose. Now I began to talk to her and said: “Aren’t
your children beautiful! I’m so happy about your healthy, merry
little ones!” Again the animal mother indicated her children with
her nose. Her movements and her behavior showed the love and care
she felt for her offspring.
As she noticed that I had perceived her and her children and was so
indescribably happy about it, she calmly and without haste returned
to the woods with her children. Tears of joy ran down my face again
because I had felt in me that she, the mother, had accepted me as
her human sister. The wild pig mother was happy and glad to be able
to show me her offspring! I thought how I would never forget this
But this wasn’t the only one; a couple of days later another
unexpected occurrence followed. The sow showed up again with her
children. Without shyness she came toward me. Her children came with
her. About two meters from me, she lay down on the ground and nursed
her little ones. These simply tumbled about her stomach, grabbing at
her breasts roughly with their mouths, and drinking from her
nipples. The sow, the mother, permitted all the rough and tumble
play of the children. Over and over again, as she lay there, she
looked over to me as if she wanted to say: We animals also love our
children. Our little ones have an understanding mother who allows a
lot simply out of love for them.
What I was permitted to see and experience here remains in my heart.
A wild pig mother, I named her Ceele, showed me, the human being,
that animals, too, have feelings of love, that she, too, the animal
mother, loves her children, cares for them, protects, feeds and
takes care of them and also wants to experience how they grow up.
Many hunters shot and shoot down the animal mothers. Then the small
ones starve if another animal mother doesn’t take them in her care.
Who can tolerate or even condone such a thing? Only the cruel human
without conscience, who watches out only for his own well-being.
Perhaps we can remember the words of Jesus from a Gospel outside of
the Bible which has been quoted in the chapter Warning Voices Over
the Millenia on page ???: “Woe to the hunters! For they themselves
shall be hunted.” To this, in 1989 Christ explained the following in
His mighty work of revelation This Is My Word (on page 143):
Until the sinful world has changed into the world of God, many human
beings, animals and plants will still have to suffer from the
stubbornness of the domineering man who opposes God’s creation.
However, all might and glory has been given by the Father to the
Christ of God and never to the person who disregards the laws of
God. Woe to the hunters, and woe to those who crave for meat! Both
the hunters and those who, like cannibals, greedily consume the
flesh of animals will be tormented and pursued by the anguish,
suffering and pain of the animals. The same applies to those who
violate the plant and mineral kingdoms. They, too, will suffer
because of their sinful deeds. The person will harvest what he sows,
either in his earthly life or as a soul in the spheres of
purification. Therefore, watch your thoughts, words and deeds, for
they can be your undoing.”
The “Black Majesty” speaks:
Subdue the Earth violently!
There would still be much that is wonderful and uplifting to report
from our experiences. Unfortunately, we also weren’t spared the
not-so-wonderful things, the bestial occurrences that took place.
But I would rather not speak here about the fact that the hunters
and butchers literally laid hands on our animal brothers and sisters
and killed them in terribly cruel ways ...
Who bears the main guilt for the brutal and repulsive behavior
against animals? The parties that are mainly guilty are the
institutions of the churches that even bless the slaughtered animals
and their two-legged killers and slaughterers. In the so-called
Hubertus Mass one can recognize the “Black Majesty.” The next in
line for guilt is the state, which subjugated itself to the “Black
Majesty” to fulfill what the “voodoo experts” prescribe. But whoever
points a finger at the “Black Majesty” and its servants should first
ask himself whether he also isn’t a participant in guilt.
And to make it easier for those who want to find self-recognition,
the following statements on fundamental spiritual principles of the
law can be helpful.
Your true eternal Father to whom you pray in the Lord’s Prayer and
to whom you will return as an immortal being through Jesus, the
Christ, is the All-love.
In the All-love are contained freedom and unity, values of the
God, your Father, is the life in you, the human being, and in your
immortal soul. God is the Creator of infinity, also the Creator of
the planet Earth with all its living beings and life forms of
nature, the animals, plants and minerals.
God is the power in the elements, which supply the Mother Earth with
light, water and air.
God, your eternal Father, is the Omnipresence, because He, the
All-life, is the All-love.
God is present in all of infinity.
The mighty movements of the stars, He, God, holds in His hands.
Because God is omnipresent, He is also the unity, the working
together of all positive forces.
The positive forces are the life energies in all human beings,
living beings and life forms of nature, in every planet.
And so, God breathes through you, the human being, through every
animal, through all plants and minerals, through every star. The
breath is the breath of God, the life.
Ask yourself: Do you have the right to take the life of a living
being or of a life form of nature? Did you give life to any one of
For this reason, never kill an animal deliberately. Kill no tree, no
plant. Do not rip them out of the Mother Earth or cut a tree down
that is in sap, in full life.
Do not have the animals killed for you; they are your second
neighbors, your animal brothers and sisters. Do not consume the
carcass of your animal brothers and sisters. Do not be a cannibal of
Do not beat any animals. Do not demand too much of an animal that
works for you. Share the work with it and you will feel the animal’s
Respect and cherish your life that is given to you by God, your
Father. Respect and cherish all living beings and life forms, for
they bear the same breath as you; it is the life.
Learn each day anew, to see yourself as a being in God, your Father,
and then you will also get to know your animal brothers and sisters
and all life forms of nature.
And when you are told that God called on us human beings that we
should “subdue the Earth” – in the sense of dominating it and
violently subduing it – then you know who you have before you: a
member of the “Black Majesty.”
With the words that were passed down, “subdue the Earth,” God never
meant the bestial behavior of many people, who take cruel and brutal
action against the Earth planet, against nature, against animals,
and not least, against human beings.
Happy is the one who fulfills the will of the All-Creator, our
eternal, heavenly Father, out of love for Him. If God wanted things
as people mean when they speak of “subduing the Earth,” then the
Earth would be happy, and devoted to human beings. For, to people,
“subdue the Earth” means to exploit Mother Earth, to torment and
kill animals using the most bestial ways and means, to keep them in
animal ghettos, to artificially inseminate them, to take their baby
calves from them so that mankind has enough milk and cheese, to kill
thousands upon thousands daily, so that the human cannibal of
animals can consume the carcasses of the animals. “Subdue the Earth”
would then also mean that it would be the will of God that the
farmers pour the worse poisons on the fields and kill countless
small animals and micro-organisms. The Earth would have been happy
then, when devastating bombs fall during fratricidal wars and huge
crater wounds are caused to the Earth, when people change the course
of the waters, and build huge dams. Much more could be told about
how human beings “subdue” the Earth, that is, how they torture,
rape, violate, exploit, cripple, pollute and destroy the Earth and
If God had really meant “subdue the Earth” in this way, then Mother
Earth would actually have to be content. But then, why do so many
scientists say that the war of humans against nature cannot be won
by human beings, that nature, and thus the Earth, will be
victorious? What isn’t right here? How did God mean it to be, and
how do human beings want it to be? Human beings always have an
excuse. Seldom do they keep to the statements of truth which are
also found in the Bible. Instead, they only pick this or that out
that serves their own benefit, but which, as we can now see, will
become their own woe.
The Earth is mother for humans, animals and nature. It bears
countless fruits, which belong not only to human beings, but also to
the animal world. The animals are a part of Mother Earth. Animals
bear in themselves the awareness of their Creator, which is unity.
They want to be friends to human beings. With their strength, they
want to serve human beings. To serve also means that humans and
animals should work together, whereby some animals have more
strength than human beings. This strength, the animal gladly puts to
work. God’s love is the unity.
Humans, animals and nature should live in unity and peace with each
other; they should support each other, help and serve each other.
Human beings should care for the woods and work the fields according
to the order of life and in accordance with the divine will; this
means that they should carry out a God-pleasing peaceable farming so
that not only human beings can feed themselves from it, but also the
animal world, which is a part of human beings, just as human being,
animal and nature are a part of God, our eternal Father and Creator.
Free yourself from everything abominable that human beings do, even
when it is presented as something to be taken for granted or
justified, for example, in that it is tradition. Do not join in!
The Ten Commandments of God and the teachings of Jesus, the Christ,
help you to gain far-sight and an overview of things, freedom and a
deep empathy. Then you will be able to see, hear and feel well with
The wisdom from God is first the divine knowledge that people do not
need a church made of stone because every person is himself the
temple of God and the Spirit of his or her Father, of the Father of
us all, dwells in this temple, in the person.
The heart of the soul is God.
With all my heart, I wish for all readers that they find their way
to God in their own inner being, because then the gateway to the
heart opens; then the heart of the soul, God, guides us; then, one
can see, hear and feel well with the heart.
for nature and the animals
May I bring to you, all readers, a heartfelt request?
According to the desire of the inner heart that is the word of God,
and with other brothers and sisters, I founded the Gabriele
Foundation, the Saamlinic Work of Neighborly Love for Nature and
Animals. Many people have taken on the task of giving a habitat
again to the animals of the woods and fields where they can live in
peace and quiet, according to their nature. But we have also made it
our task to help the slaughter-animals in the animal ghettos by
informing people via booklets, flyers, posters and billboards and
asking them to no longer consume the meat of their animal brothers
and sisters. At the same time, we offer vegetarian foods and
instructions for vegetarian cooking, but also for a vegan and terran
diet. But all this has a cost, above all, when we are trying to
acquire more living space for the animals.
If many people were to simply give one Euro every now and then, or
if it is possible for them to give even several Euro, then they are
doing something truly good! Because every gift, whether small or
large, belongs to the Mother Earth and its world of animals and
I feel in my heart that many are helping to promote the work of
neighborly love for nature and the animals. In advance, I want to
thank you with all my heart, and certainly, Mother Earth, with all
its living beings and life forms, the animals, plants and minerals,
thanks you as well.
Unity shines in the hearts. Spoken from the heart, I wish for you
that you may see, hear and feel with your heart, because only with
God can one live well.