The Death of the Living Messiah

Bond 252

The Death of the Living Messiah was to pay the debt of leaving the life of creation for a life outside its confines; into a life in the free-grazing planes of corruption.

Truth be told, what is not pure, is not pure.

If creation is pure and (our) life was outside creation – after the fall – then (our) life was no more pure. If creation was the cradle of life then outside it, is the absence of life (from its original form); thus, outside creation, is death.


Death is defined as that which is a distortion of the original form (of life). Death refers to the disagreement of two mutually existing parties – in which both can either not thrive without the other or one can thrive at the expense of the other.

In death, there is either conquest over conquered or conquered in divided proportions. In which case, death is a cut-through, a slice and a patting-down off the stream of life and original consciousness. See to it that you understand that the word original is highly crucial, here.

Point of Order!

Permit me to emphasise the concept of death as pertaining to a form of deviation from the original intention of a thing; thus, leading to the substandard of said thing. It is the death by the standard of appropriateness. Got it? Good.

The Debt of Humanity

So the debt to be paid by all humanity was that we should experience death; being severed from life and the original design of life. Simply put, in death, we experience a disagreement of the concept of creation. In disagreeing with creation, we disagree with life and we choose the contrary effect of life.

In death, we choose death. Got it? Great.

The Death of the Living Messiah

So the death of the living Messiah – not to be any more verbose or distracted in thought in this bond – refers to paying that price (once and for all time) in order to heal the severed connection between humanity and the original estate of life.

Quick distraction (sorry, it’s necessary)

Why does the death of the Messiah count for a Outright payment?

Because all human physical deaths don’t pay this debt. In fact, the human physical death is a symptom of this debt of death to be paid. It is only an innocent being that can pay for the innocence (at conviction trial) of all human beings to be restored.

Think of the Messiah, not just as GOD – coming to live as human in order to die – but as that very Witness whose testimony serves as pure evidence (undisputed evidence) to get the case acquitted in your favour.

The truth is, it is a clean cloth that can best wipe off the dirty table. A dirty rag would do its part but not as such. Better put, it is a dry rag that would best wipe a wet table. A wet rag would only do no good. It is only a sinless being that can save all sinful beings from being cut off by the debt of sin and the wage of death, from sin.

So the death of the Living Messiah is payment for (our) abandonment of (the) original nature.

That’s all that it really is: ushering a new wave of life; in that we can be restored to our original states. However, restoration is not simply leaving the ragged life back to the original life; it is not simply getting the table dry from the wetness. Complete restoration is staying in the original thought of creation, it is keeping the table constantly dry and presentable. Got it? Great!

So now that the prisoner has been set free by a living Messiah (living because to pay for life with death and live is the only way to truly offset this debt of human making), the ex-convict must be rehabilitated and then work towards integrating themselves into society. The humanity that has been saved must now become accustomed to the dictates and order of the original life of creation. That’s where the big issue is; that’s why we ask the how not the why or the when but the how. That is complete restoration. That’s the end-game of the death of the living Messiah.

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