Verily the verses
from this Book of Noble Awareness have been conveyed by the Prophet Khidr/ Melchizedek/ Holy Spirit, to the closest one to him.
knowledge contains in this Divine Path is to all human nation in this world,
not being focused to a certain particular nation. It encompasses the space and
the true life of human being. The life of human being is our own selves while
the space is the life around us. The Divine Path has no penal code, it is said
as conditions that are the logical conditions such as never kill life
creatures, never steal and rob, never play with women, never speak of bad
matters and never drink alcohol except for medication.
The knowledge of
the Divine Path anywhere to and always be the same. It is full of wisdom, full
of the heart’s goodness and the situation is not cold and not hot. Human with
high awareness is Prophet’s level and human with low awareness is ordinary
human’s level. The practitioners of the Divine Path are recommended to eat
vegetable but not compulsory and eating vegetable is one of this path
privileges because of merciful nature to the creatures and not killing them.
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