The Moon

[1.13] There are still in the rivers and lakes, which are quite common on the earth, a lot of aquatic animals, as well as some small species of birds, not unlike your sparrows, as well as whole armies of insects, and other l-, 2-, 3- and 4-footed terrestrial animals, whose purpose and more detailed description you will hear on another occasion; for now, enough has been said.

[1.14] But above all, My beloved ones, beware lest one day you also become inhabitants of this miserable world-body; for this shimmering yellow schoolhouse of life is indeed a laborious schoolhouse, and it would be better to die on earth fourteen times in one day than to live there for only one day; for the inhabitants are much worse off there than those buried here in the cemeteries; for these do not know that they are buried; but the inhabitants of the moon must live in their graves, are also often buried there in their subterranean dwellings either by collapses or by sudden floods of water.

[1.15] As far as other remarkable phenomena of the earth and it's inhabitants are concerned, I will tell you about them at the next opportunity. For now, however, think about what has been said and pay special attention that you recognize and use the spring of your life well; you will see even on the moon, when it is fully revealed before you, a very significant sign of the Son of Man in the sky, Amen. This I say to you, now coming on the clouds of heaven, Amen, Amen, Amen.

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