New Galilee (the Sixth Epoch)

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The New Galilee is the name given in the Western Wisdom Teachings to ‘a new heaven and a new earth’ mentioned in the Bible.[1] [2] From the viewpoint of these Christian esoteric teachings, the New Galilee represents the future Sixth Epoch in mankind's evolutionary path and will see the transition of humanity to the etheric region of the Earth, where “sorrow and pain will cease and he[man] will have entered the path to the city of peace--Jer-u-salem, the future New Jerusalem[3] to be established within, the heavenly ‘bride’ of the Christ's Race in the making.”[4]

Usage in the Western Wisdom Teachings[edit]

According to the Rosicrucian writings of Max Heindel the sixth sub-race of the current Aryan Epoch (the fifth epoch) has evolved among the Slavic peoples and the seventh sub-race is now evolving from this sixth sub-race. Heindel refers that the United States is the melting pot to form the last race in human evolution that will exist at the beginning of the Sixth Epoch, the New Galilee:

Similar views[edit]

Matthias (Robert Matthews) wrote that a seventh sub-race will generate the Sixth Epoch as the United States extends its influence across the planet, forming a New Galilee, in opposition to the reptilian forces.

The next phase of this development will be the identification of the possibilities for the transition to this epoch, through the Matthias harmonics.[citation needed]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ See Rev 21:1-7 (cf. 2 Peter 3:13; Isaiah 65:17 e Isaiah 66:22). The twenty-first chapter of the Book of Revelation introduces the final state of perfection. In symbolic and visual language, God allows John to see the glory and beauty of the inheritance of His people.
  2. ^ Rays from the Rose Cross (The Revelation of Saint John the Divine: A New Heaven and a New Earth), November, 1964
  3. ^ The term New Jerusalem occurs twice in the New Testament, in verses Rev 3:12 and Rev 21:2 of the Book of Revelation.
  4. ^ Heindel, Max. The Rosicrucian Christianity Lectures (LECTURE FOURTEEN: LUCIFER: TEMPTER OF BENEFACTOR?), 1908 ISBN 0-911274-84-7
  5. ^ Heindel, Max. Freemasonry and Catholicism (Part IX: Armageddon, the Great War, and the Coming Age), 1910s ISBN 0-911274-04-9

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