Part 7 (1.0) – some dialogue

Anytime after Skrim is killed by Lilith, the priests who are worshiping the cherub come to their senses and place the Aron Habrit (ark of the covenant) on its designated altar.

In the street:
[everything stops]
Man: What are we in Mitzraim (Egypt) or something?
Woman: We’re in Israel
Child: Let’s put this thing back!
Woman: Got to do Teshuvah (repentence) [in New York accent]
Child: Melech HaMoshiach (the messianic king) is near! (Israelites never saw the messiah because of their golden calf)

[At the same time, Buckley collapses and a man takes his scepter to return it]

Up in Haifa, the gang in the cave help JS and Eve return to Jerusalem:

ex-Thug: Sorry about this, kind of lost the plot there for a while
Eve: It’s just not proper, is it?!
ex-Thug: Not anymore, we’re you heading?
JS: Jerusalem (grabs JS’s arm fondly)
ex-Thug: We’ll get you there

[they drive them there]

This is a shot of a military control bunker at DEFCON 1. Everyone just gets up and leaves.

Here the sages from Eden come through the portal. Eden is fully cleared of students and priests. This is an optional scene, they may arrive on Earth using new abilities in trance-portation.

At this point Lilith appears looking for her son. Eliyahu Hanavi was able to deploy her to Jerusalem from the chariot. The streets have cleared out, and Lilith starts asking people:
Lilith: Hi, I’m looking for my son Buckley, you probably know him, green and presumably quite popular at some point?
Woman: The false messiah. We saw him barely able to walk, and he went to the Kidron Valley [points her finger]
Lilith: Great, I’ll go. [she ends up seeing him in the distance and follows him to a tomb]

In the cave she talks to her son who is on the brink of death. His life force is almost gone. He tells her about Brett and Marshall. They end up cremating him in the valley later.

His last words.
Buckley: I might have been wrong. But we’re here for a good time, not a long time!
Lilith: We’ll see each other soon.
Buckley: No one ever really dies anyway!
[Buckley sheds a tear]
Lilith: The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
Buckley: You’d better go now tomb raider, you’ve see enough for one day. [dies]

A few days later, the cherub is back in its place.

At this point, down at Gihon Spring (in nearby City of David,) Jai Shimon Ben David is anointed Melech HaMoshiach (the messianic king) – King of Israel. People call him Ben David. At the spring, Eliyahu Hanavi, Adrian Boron, Rosalind, Bonita, Beatrix, Daryl and the sages from Eden attend. This mirrors the anointing of Solomon (see below.)

So Zadok the priest, Nathan the prophet, Benaiah son of Jehoiada, and the king’s bodyguard took Solomon down to Gihon Spring, with Solomon riding on King David’s own mule.
There Zadok the priest took the flask of olive oil from the sacred tent and anointed Solomon with the oil. Then they sounded the ram’s horn and all the people shouted, “Long live King Solomon!”
And all the people followed Solomon into Jerusalem, playing flutes and shouting for joy. The celebration was so joyous and noisy that the earth shook with the sound.
Book of Kings

The royal procession travels to the Beis Hamikdash for celebrations, which are already underway, globally in fact.

There is silence. The Cohen Gadol (gives him the scepter of Judah) at this point the Eternal Flame alights miraculously. There is rapture and ecstasy across the world, which becomes fixed into the psyche – and an equal degree of conscience and an awareness of the creator. People obtain a sixth sense, and new dimensions in their minds are unlocked. This is a gradual process, however – Ben David is the most advanced individual at this point, but can share his perception with all that tune into him. It’s an unstoppable gift. (see below)

Moshiach will reveal profound hitherto unknown dimensions of the Torah. The Midrash goes as far as to say that “the Torah which we study in this world is naught in comparison to the Torah of Moshiach.”

Furthermore, while our present-day knowledge of G‑d is limited to intellectual perception, when Moshiach will teach about G‑d, we will actually “see” what we are studying. source

“If the Jewish people have no merit other than their yearning for Redemption – they are worthy of being redeemed for that alone!” The Midrash (Yalkut Shimoni, Psalms 736)

Isaiah 11:6 states: ‘The wolf will dwell with the lamb, the leopard will lie down with the young goat,’

“He will turn the hearts of the fathers to the children.”
“The world will be filled with the knowledge of God as the waters cover the ocean bed.”


“The cosmic baptism of fire through which I had passed – the closer analysis of which I cannot specify here – had thus left the fact that entirely new sensory abilities had been released in me, abilities that enabled me – not in glimpses – but on the contrary in a permanent state of awake day consciousness – to apprehend all the main spiritual forces, invisible causes, eternal world laws, basic energies and basic principles behind the physical world. The mystery of existence was therefore no longer a mystery to me. I had become conscious in the life of the whole universe, and had been initiated into ‘the divine principle of creation.”


“The illumination grew brighter and brighter, the roaring louder, I experienced a rocking sensation and then felt myself slipping out of my body, entirely enveloped in a halo of light…I felt the point of consciousness that was myself growing wider, surrounded by waves of light…I was now all consciousness, without any outline, without any idea of a corporeal appendage, without any feeling or sensation coming from the senses, immersed in a sea of light simultaneously conscious and aware of every point, spread out, as it were, in all directions without any barrier or material obstruction…bathed in light and in a state of exaltation and happiness impossible to describe.”

Gopi Krishna

Directly afterward came upon me a sense of exultation, of immense joyousness accompanied by an intellectual illumination quite impossible to describe. Into my brain streamed one momentary lightning—flash of the Divine Splendor which has ever since lightened my life; upon my heart fell one drop of Divine Bliss, leaving thenceforward for always an aftertaste of heaven.

Among other things, I did not come to believe: I saw and knew that the Cosmos is not dead matter but a living Presence, that the soul of man is immortal, that the universe is so built and ordered that without any peradventure all things work together for the good of each and all, that the foundation principle of the world is what we call love, and that the happiness of everyone in the long run is absolutely certain.

I learned more within the few seconds that illumination lasted than in all my previous years of study and I learned much that no study could ever have taught.

Richard Bucke

Bucke summed up Walt Whitman’s Cosmic Consciousness as a complete freedom from fear of sin or death resulting in a transcendent awareness of eternal life. Bucke believed that Whitman’s illumination was greater than that of Buddha and St. Paul, but not as clear as that of Jesus. While warning that the attainment of the cosmic faculty must not be used to gratify human vanity, Bucke felt that this highest state of consciousness was nevertheless “truly Godlike”

Bucke on Walt Whitman

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The eternal flame alights into the shape of a lion and the smoke rises perfectly in a vertical direction. This is further evidence that the messianic age has arrived.

Ben David starts dancing. There is dancing around the world. A new light appears to everyone and people are able to dance directly with God. The energetic presence of the Rebel Sphere is replaced by this divine presence (shekhinah.)

In Jerusalem:
“Each mitzvah is a revelation of God”
“We were the ones who brought the shekhinah down”

In Australia:
“The totality of all creation is understanding who god is.”

Angels can be seen engulfing the planet.

pics (Eliyahu Hanavi)