An appeal to repentence and a history to the living

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An appeal to repentance and a history to the living was inspired by the poetry of Juana Ines de la Cruz

You say you are gentle in culture, but you all are beasts. Once you were a child like a beautiful rose, but now you have been made into a beast. Do you not see it?

Matured now you have withered and you retreat to the halls where the only life you know are your lies and your grace has left you. You are no longer fragrant and you have lost your beauty.

Once you were like a Knight, but know you have lost again all sense of kindness and of honor and in whose being cannot be unified anything that is natural to the course of human events that must transpire.

Your once happy crib is now your own sad burial. Awaken and repent! Turn from your sins that you might teach others to learn from your mistakes even if from the chains of the prisons awaiting you.

How proud you were in your pomp thinking yourselves indestructible. Presuming yourselves superb yet you held Christ with disdain and abandoned the faith that once sustained you.

Awaken and depart from your own melancholy where exist the fires of Sheol awaiting your arguments while you are surrounded by the dead the witnesses to crimes of the builders of the house of death.

Once they confirmed their own pride, they were the vanity of the world but never its beauty. Now you are but withered signs no longer learned and in your foolish lives living you deceive and dying you still presume to teach.

Repent, repent! for inwardly you know the eternal mind from whence you come and to whom you shall return succeed or fail.

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The world and all that is in it belongs to God

”This day in eternity we separate ourselves even further from masons and masonry and all working of iniquity.” JC Angelcraft

The world and all that is in it belong to God who shares it with us.

The lord our God the Lord is one, blessed is our precious tender Holy Spirit who has no name and who does not judge us.

And when we misuse the good things of God, we cannot do so for very long.

The Lord our God the Lord is one. blessed is our precious tender Holy Spirit who has no name and who does not judge us.

Even our souls belong to God. blessed is our precious tender Holy Spirit who has no name and who does not judge us.

And when we do wrong to others God’s judgment tarrys but a wink of an eye

The Lord our God the Lord is one. blessed is our precious tender Holy Spirit who has no name and who does not judge us.

God’s judgment visits down upon men and upon the sons of men and their fathers generation after generation.

The Lord our God the Lord is one. blessed is our precious tender Holy Spirit who has no name and who does not judge us.

The justice of God is final and God’s mercy should not be mocked

When you are not able to help the poor and the destitute worry not about the poor, the meek and impoverished angels that God works daily to restore, but worry each one of you about how you can be a better person and become a part of solution and instead of contributing to the problems left over to us by masons and masonry.

The lord our God the Lord is one. blessed is our precious tender Holy Spirit who has no name and who does not judge us.

Be upright and kind  so that God can work on your behalf and seek God daily with your whole heart, your whole mind, yur whole soul and with all your strength.

The lord our God the Lord is one. blessed is our precious tender Holy Spirit who has no name and who does not judge us.

God’s Holy Spirit is what I seek daily and before God do I consider all things.

The lord our God the Lord is one. blessed is our precious tender Holy Spirit who has no name and who does not judge us.

Blessed is our precious tender Holy Spirit who has no name and who does not judge us and gives to commands all judgement to the son and the judgment of the angels is puts in his hands and all the justice and destiny of the angels, is put in his hands.

Blessed be our sweet and tender Holy Spirit who has no name and who does not judge us and daily seeks us to help us wishing that no one would perish but that everyone would have everlasting life.

Be blessed today and everyday knowing God is just and good.

Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Nome de Plume JC Angelcraft Dominus Dominorumest et rexregum et reginarum

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And the Word of God became flesh that we might continue learn and hear the words of the Holy Spirit

The name Jessie originated as a pet form of the names Janet and Jean meaning (God is gracious). Jessie is dominantly a feminine name but men also are given this name which is derived from the Hebrew yīshai eaning ”gift” and yīshai finds its etymology in Vishnu the Indian word for God.  It goes without sayingg that many good names can trace their root origins in whole or in part YHWH, and YASHUA – JC Angelcraft

The Branch From Jesse A shoot will come up from the stump of Jesse; from its roots a Branch will bear fruit.

The Lord our God the Lord is one blessed is our Holy Spirit of no name who brings forth bread from the earth and every fruit from its vine and all things that are good to eat.

My Spirit will rest on him— the Spirit of wisdom and of understanding, the Spirit of counsel and of might and the Spirit of the knowledge.

The Lord our God the Lord is one.

The fear of the Lord is the begining of wisdom and a crown upon those who master this wisdom, the wisdom of the saints.

The Lord our God the Lord is one.

The words of the Spirit shall come upon him and he shall bear fruit continually freeing the children of the house of God generation after generation.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

And he will delight in those who fear of the Lord and instruct the lost sheep those who have strayed and have lost their shepherd-

The Lord our God the Lord is one

He judges by what he sees with his eyes and what he does not see, he decides by what he hears with his ears and judges them who inflict his mind with sorrow.

The Lord our God the Lord is one.

He judges with wisdom and with kindness hoping that all should be saved and that all should have everlasting life for he is the hope of mankind and through him shall all things be corrected.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

With righteousness, He judges the needs of the poor and separates them from the proud and the haughty. He judges and brings justice to the earth and gives decisions daily for the poor of the earth always hoping that mankind will turn away from their sin

The Lord our God the Lord is one.

He brings peace to the earth and will strike the earth with words of justice and from the breath of his lips he will slay the wicked they who look to scatter my lambs and correct and instruct them who can be saved.

The Lord our God the Lord is one.

Lo he comes for the hypocrite and answers his accusers those who say they love God.

The Lord our God the Lord is one.

Do not forsake his grace or use his love against him for his life before th Spirit is just.

The Lord our God the Lord is one.

Before men and before God every an excuse is made to persecute him and his sheep.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

Lo to the workers of iniquity for they call upon themselves their own doom.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

Lo to workers of inquity who seek their wickedness to approved by God.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

Righteousness is in the heart, who best can delivery thee but thy own prayers?

The Lord our God the Lord is one

Who accuses thee of unrighteousness, he shall judge for thee for righteous and faithfulness are his belt as a sash around his waist and thoughtfulness and forgiveness are his crown.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

He judges the earth for the lion and the lamb to graze peacefully in their fields, he makes room for the leopard, the goat, the calf and the yearling together; and the little children will take delight in him and the work of his hands.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

He blesses all things that are good to eat and forgives those who cannot forgive.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

He judges the earth for the children and those who suffered the Holocaust of death.

The Lord our God the Lord is one blessed is our Holy Spirit of no name who brings forth bread from the earth and every fruit from its vine and all things that are good to eat.

The cows will feed from the fields, and the fierce shall eat from the fruits of earth and the bears shall steal from the bees as the Son of my Spirit judges the earth with the daily hope that all should live in peace.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

The goats shall give milk with the cows and the farmer shall sew and reap the harvest as the Son of my Spirit judges the earth with the daily hoping that the wicked and the new wicked born daily by greed and lusts repent and leave behind their deception and their lies for my Son not mocked nor is the Spirit mocked.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

The good shall come to know truth and the children will play and the finches will nest and the birds and life shall prepare for the winter. and then for the spring and ready in every season.  These are my children who neither harm nor destroy life.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

The seasons bring forth new life from the old life and like nature renews itself and is not destroyed so too the life of a soul that does its best to live a good life shall be born again.

The Lord our God the Lord is one blessed is our Holy Spirit of no name

As the sea brings forth abundance,  the earth is filled with the knowledge of the Son in every good religion so there is he found. He stands as a banner for the Peoples of the Earth and the nations will rally to him.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

Blessed are they who take delight in him.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

Blessed are they who make peace with him in their hearts.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

Blessed are they who work no evil to condemn him who has come again to judge the living and the dead and whose Kingdom has no end

The Lord our God the Lord is one

The Kingdom of God exists inside every soul that believes and like all good things that we learn in life, we carry God’s Kingdom inside us.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

God’s Kingdom is a Kingdom that can be destroyed.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

God’s Kingdom is a Kingdom of love and of knowledge and a Kingdom of wisdom.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

God’s Kingdom is a Kingdom of Education one that is carried for all eternity always growing inside us that we might not forever suffer while fighting against the wickedness that daily seeks to consume us.

The Lord our God the Lord is one

These are the Words of the Holy Spirit; let them be read with wisdom and applied with wisdom.  This is the word of God and the Word of God became flesh that we might continue learn and hear the words of the Holy Spirit.

The Lord our God the Lord is one blessed is our Holy Spirit of no name who brings forth bread from the earth and every fruit from its vine and all things that are good to eat.

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Woe unto this generation for ye endeavor to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him two-fold more the child of hell than yourselves.

 Jun 22, 2017 @ 18:54  In the days of Jesus the scribes and the Pharisees sat in Moses’ seat and passed judgment even on me like today they do. 

All therefore whatsoever a heretic bid you DO NOT OBERSERVE and do not follow them or after their works.

For the burdens of unbelievers and heretics are heavy and grievous to be borne, and they lay them on the shoulders of men and women even children;  And they themselves will not take up a burden greater than themselves for their ways are not God’s ways and God’s ways are not their ways.    

Their works they do to be seen of men: they make large their choirs and their temples and make broad their phylacteries, and enlarge the borders of their garments and pompous are they in their being not drawing close to the prisoner or the widow having lost their devotion to the friendless.  

But be not ye called leader knowing our condemnation and our judgment is the greatest:  Neither be ye called masters: for what profit a Master if he does not minister to the prisoner and humble himself before a congregation that asks him to step down.    

It is written  that he that is greatest among you shall be your servant. And whosoever shall exalt himself shall be abased; and he that shall humble himself shall be exalted.

But woe unto you, the hypocrites! for ye close and define the kingdom of heaven to others having not suffered its creation or dying for its redemption.  

Woe unto you, scribes and pharisees, hypocrites..lo heretics! for ye devour the tithe of the widow leaving them saying the King will take of them and the children and give them a talent for each child they bear.    

Woe unto this generation for ye endeavor to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him two-fold more the child of hell than yourselves.

Woe unto you, ye blind guides, which say, Whosoever shall swear by the temple, it is nothing; but whosoever shall swear by the gold of the temple, he is a debtor!

Ye fools and blind: for what is greater? the gold? or the temple that sanctifieth the gold?

And, Whosoever shall swear by the altar, it is nothing; but whosoever sweareth by the gift that is upon it, he is guilty.

Ye fools and blind: for whether is greater, the gift, or the altar that sanctifieth the gift?

Whoso therefore shall swear by the altar, sweareth by it, and by all things thereon.

And whoso shall swear by the temple, sweareth by it, and by him that dwelleth therein.

And he that shall swear by heaven, sweareth by the throne of God, and by him that sitteth thereon.

Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye pay tithe of mint and anise and cummin, and have omitted the weightier matters of the law, judgment, mercy, and faith: these ought ye to have done, and not to leave the other undone.

Ye blind guides, which strain at a gnat, and swallow a camel.

Hypocrites! for ye are like unto whited sepulchres, which indeed appear beautiful outward, but are within full of dead men’s bones, and of all uncleanness.

Even so ye also outwardly appear righteous unto men, but within ye are full of hypocrisy and iniquity.

Woe unto you partakers with them in the blood of the prophets believers and of children the angels that walk the earth

Wherefore ye be witnesses unto yourselves, that ye are the children of them which killed my flock.

Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers, how can ye escape the damnation of hell? 

Behold you assassins, your house is left unto you desolate. For I say unto you, Ye shall not see me henceforth, for only my Holy Spirit knows the time or day when I shall appear as you desire that I appear.  

Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Dominus dominorum est et rex regum et reginarum nom de plume JC Angelcraft

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The earth and all that is in it is sacred.

01. The earth is sacred and is the mother of life.

02. The Lord our God the Lord is one

03. The Earth and all that is in it is sacred.

04. The Lord our God the Lord is one

05. The soil renders in its season and rests in its season,

06. Blessed is our Holy Spirit of No Name who brings forth bread from the earth and every fruit from its vine and all things that are good to eat.

07. The Lord our God the Lord is one

08. Every fruit and vegetable from the Earth is good to eat.

09. Blessed is our Holy Spirit of No Name who brings forth bread from the earth and every fruit from its vine and all things that are good to eat.

11. All the animals of the fields and of the woods are blessed

12. Blessed is our Holy Spirit of No Name who brings forth bread from the earth and every fruit from its vine and all things that are good to eat.

13.  All the fowl of the air and the fish of sea are life to the bodies of many as water is life to our bodies and scripture is life to our souls our intelligent spirits that continue to live after our bodies die,

14. The Lord our God the Lord is one,

15. Let each man and woman eat according to their good values and their good religious practices and let not any man or woman make a child or person feel guilty about what another eats.

16. The Lord our God the Lord is one,

17.  What people eat for food and sustenance no one should not condemn and our various dietary practices are as diverse as our good religions.

18.  The Lord our God the Lord is one, blessed is our Holy Spirit of No Name who brings forth bread from the earth and every fruit from its vine and all things that are good to eat.

19. Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Dominus dominorum est et rex regum et reginarum – Nom de Plume JC Angelcraft

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Clair de Lune by Debussy and The beauty of the power of literacy by JC Angelcraft

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o1, The beauty of literacy is that it can lead us to great histories and our collective past that we share not knowing clearly how much our souls are part of the histories we so love to read and the books that we return to even hundred years later and now known as the classics.

02.  And as much as I love to read the autobiography of Hellen Keller or even the works of mary Shelly I am all at once struck how important reading is the memory of our hearts desire and that is for many the written word.

03.  Then it hits me like a ton of bricks that much of the greatest literacy of the world is seldom seen as literacy and it is in fact inside the world’s great mainstream religions in as many languages.

04.  And to the damaged souls of the day who invested or did not invest in their education, I can see their frustration with religion and with religious books which is why regular literacy is so important to opening up the soul to ministry or therapy or just plain simple conversation.

05. I have degree in Psychology a Master of Science, I know the importance of getting people to open up to talk speak their minds about their current life their joys or disappointments and maybe why they did not go to school or get as much education as they might have liked.

06.  Education, I say to many people,  is a personal affair and you do not need a degree to be acknowledged as a great writer by the world of academics.  All you need to be is a great writer and everything else will work itself out.  Abraham Lincoln was a great writer and self-educated and I use him as a basis for many world citizens that the possibility for greatness lays in your determination to become educated doing whatever it takes and reading books without reward like Abraham Lincoln who wrote the Gettysburg address a historical document and a memorable speech.

07.  Writing for me was never a career goal, it just happened and there are as many writers as there are fish in the sea and each one has a good story to tell or say and in my book all writers who make the effort should be proud of themselves and its up tp them if they wish to share their work freely on the Internet or not.

08.  Self publishing is good way to see your work come to life and it really does not cost as much as you would think.  Amazon.com has various different ways you can self-publish and still there are other reputable companies who will help you to self-publish.

09.  Believe it or not good children’s books sell well and are easy to write and a good way to get started, but the market is intense and many talented and good-natured people are in the businesses fighting for your dollar.

10.  With regards to literacy,  I also believe in owning good hardback books and keeping a library.  But the great thing about the Internet is the wealth of literacy at your fingertips and once again I am going to share with you Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein a Victoria(n) Era Novel, that means Queen Victoria Era 1800’s.  Enjoy reading Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein.

11. For my good religious Folk,  Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein is not a universal recommendation nor do I require that you read this  Literary Classic.  You know where to find to find the good books you love so much.  You should also know that my depth of perception is keen and I get as much enjoyment from reading Mary’s book as  a good Holy Book and I like to speculate on the spiritual implications of this 1831 classic, but it is not for everyone.  Also, I do not agree with the Artwork, so try not to let it bother you when you come across it if you attempt to read the book.

12. The voice of awe and wonder and the spectacular and sometimes the literal Ghost and scary stories is God’s way of attracting certain kinds of people back to the written word wherein lay unseen treasures for the mind to ponder and discuss in book clubs and reading circles.

13.  But in all things stick to reading what makes you feel safe and by no means enter into all the realms where the son of man must delve to pull people from the fires of hell in a different way.

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Get good film Ideas and Ideas for your scripts by reading old classics and focus on good characterization by the writers of each book you read, Victoria(n) Era Novels focus intensely on the characters and dedicate whole chapters at times to the psychological development of the character and is a very different style of writing than todays novels.

In your reading ask yourself what character stands out to you the most and how will you bring something similar to life in your own short film. JC Angelcraft

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  1. In the subtleness of life, I wade through my thoughts and about me toil the winds of fate.
  2. Inside of my house wherein lives my heart, I can think of nothing else but the world and the saftey of truth and wonder at times why others do not seek her refuge.
  3. Truth is not a seasonal thing, but is carried through the seasons and through times of both good and bad.
  4. If not for truth then where would we be? but lost in the darkness of life not knowing how to live or how to die.
  5. If perhaps we died to ourselves more often, we would not go through the times and nightmares as we have.
  6. But for the fleeting moment, let us try to forget what has happened…..who has died, and the lies that kept them alive
  7. Let us forget so we ourselves can live at the top and carry the hope of mankind together into the future. Son Altesse Royale Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio 1st Nom de Plume JC Angelcraft

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00. Ave Verum Corpus – A body of love, a body of truth and a desire for my first love Eve be always to be with me at the head of our table and in the command of my heart and my bed and from the purity of our love that is not Carnal always be the focus from which I base all my decisions.     

01. How do two glasses of carrot  juice make love?  they don’t they can’t yet into the deepest parts of your body they penetrate and starting at your taste buds they leave and unquenchable desire for more until your palate is full.

02.  I have had as many as four glasses of Carrot Juice in one setting.  I still remember that day.

03.  Not all people find solutions for such delicacies that do not come so easy or so cheap in some venues like beachfront hotels or even resteraunts.

04.  My presence in your lives is spirit, but my physical presence to match some of your desires does not come so easily my daughters and as much as I would desire to please your pallets every day each in your own turn.

05. Then all at once, I have my good sons jealous natures to worry about and their self-forged moral natures that I need to preserve when lo they conflict with what they should not conflict with.

06. And then there are my good daughters some of whom so seek me out forsaking all others knowing nothing of the morality of men and everything about the grace of the Holy Spirit for the daughters of heaven.

07. Yet my other good Daughters in the Spirit shall come before no other than myself in the Spirit prayer from their deepest most innermost parts, but all are my good daughters despite those men who betray them.

08. One of my daughters so recently wrote to me  ..My spirit is screaming and shouting your name; for God sake, threw me out, If I don’t behave.. All I’m asking for, is only to give me a chance to be your slave… A poem I’ve just written for you signed Jane Doe.

09. To which I did respond ,  “Theres nothing more in this world that brings me pleasure than to be with one of my daughters and to please her every wish as only I can do.

10. There is nothing that brings me more grief than a man pretending to be a woman, ( for it is written that mankind shall not lay with mankind.)

11. And There is nothing that brings me more grief than one of my daughters in the camp of the enemy a camp of my fallen sons who lead them astray into the world of their own unbelief where Godlessness and lawlessness reigns.

12.I keep no slaves and only my daughters the daughters of Eve do I desire in my tent and take into my bed,  but never as slaves and always as wives once we have consummated our love.  (end response is edited slightly for literacy purposes)  la-couronne-monde-corpvs-26

13. For when in draught, the serenity and purity of heaven eludes me,  in each of my daughters there so is Eve the spirit of woman who partakes in all my relations and leaves nothing to chance and whom is far more Faithful a wife to me in my absence than I am to her for when I cannot have her, I am upset driven to madness, a madness she quickly takes over and is always in control of my love my life and my bed especially upon my awakening and even before doing her best to make sure only one woman is in my bed at a time that I can concentrate on the act of making love.

14. For in my life nothing is left to chance and no power is forfeited because of the accusers  of my past and even my present those rotten sons of mine those workers of iniquity in whom I still try to at this point find something good to believe in.

15.  How doth prejudice cloud the minds of my sons and how doth age and their egos vex them.  How doeth a righteousness in me they cannot understand doeth cause them to stray.  And it would serve them well to reverse any wrong philosophies of race and sex taught to their wives or girlfriends by their friends or even fathers and learn teach each other the hard lesson that one must be born again into every race as many times as possible on every day of the year until no prejudice is found in you.

16.  So be I Adam, Noah, Abraham, Solomon, Many a great African Kings, Jesus Christ, the Prophet or Joseph Smith the sons of perdition are none the happier with my righteousness and my lack of prejudice and in their sickness they feel themselves superior to me almost always born a humble birth in the country they least expect.

17.  The lessons however most important here are manifold and some in lacking, But as you would not have your sons be killed or murdered by men of color so to do not teach your white sons to murder and hate men of color for as a man of color have I been born into this time in history a time of racial massacres by white supremacist groups and brothers plotting against brothers erasing any harmony that exists between them because because of vexations from the workers of iniquity.

18. And true to thy natures you still shame your Father so in remembrance do not open thy Father’s door to see Thy Fathers shame or invade thy Mother’s privacy or shame her or ask to enter into her bed or the bed of thy Father ye my wicked sons who pretend to be women and who vex women to do their wickedness and evil and who murder women in their hearts and minds as well as in the flesh after having no use for them.

19.  An angelic son dare not venture into the rights and privileges of his Father with women nor demand the rights to have many wives; for to a common son –an angel– many wives  are a heartache and with them come problems and needs a mortal man cannot attend and a worry to a good son to try.

20. Compare not thy righteousness oh sons of the hypocrite with that of thy creator for that is what you do in your unbelief and in your heresy.  Do not repeat thy past if thy see thy wickedness of thine former lives come to pass once more.

21.  No matter how great or small your iniquity oh wicked sons thy folly shall be thine own undoing and trust the little children come unto me and keep to yourelves and stay out of other peoples lives with your iniquity. 

22.  Be thou not jealous that I favor the good daughters and the good sons of the Queen of Heaven who have served you diligently and ruled over you.

23. Be thou not jealous my good sons that I favor the daughters of Eve the Queen of Heaven in my bed and NOT one son do I think of sexually. But my good son’s sexual needs for wife and a good woman are always considered.

24. not so you can bring them down to Sheol with you where there is no king and no slaves to be killed or tortured as you have done so in many of your lives.

25.  And so having supported the demons before you in your pride you have absorbed them and their wickedness and do I still pray for you knowing your foolishness and your greed hath brought you down.

26.  And such is the gentle heart of a true man you should aspire to be, and so thus you know the resolve of your Father in all my kindness and transparency and in my thunderous wrath.

27. And though I may appear as common as any angel that might exist know me by my wisdom and not by my looks.  Do not look to use religion to touch my feet or to kiss my hand or to draw close unto me.  But through the scriptures and through prayer find your intimacy with me in the spirit and not in the flesh,  And to my daughters of righteousness and tolerance I beseech ye do the same.

28. And with gentle kindness shown toward your sisters who wear their good hearts at times on their skin and through their eyes are revealed their desires to me transparently with all blushing and shyness amd with little regards for their own honor not knowing their reward.

29. Yet unrevealed to them or not in me they find their satisfaction if not their dignity, in me they find their refuge and their solace and their nobility untainted by their past and by Heaven their Glory and Humility is recognized along with their unconditional acceptance no matter where they be and one they wish and ´pray as intercessors to befall even the most murderous of my sons in cases where Athena’s wisdom has retarded their better senses for the misuse of her divinity.

30.  As for my sons it is written now, I shall not long strive with mankind and mankind to reincarnate forever for of such wickedness are the pits of hell forged.  So un-vex your hearts and make new your commitments and renew your vows and your oaths to return to the state of manhood for in my image were you made and I shall not allow myself or my good sons come to ruin to meet the desires of your murderous hellish hearts.

31. As for me to be with my first love non sexually is always a desire my heart and to be married always to the spirit of woman is also always a desire of my heart, from here where shalt we go with this everlasting desire to rekindle my love with Eve when hence you all were born in her garden, the garden of our hopes and dreams.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart “Die Zauberflöte”

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Compositeur – En à peine 35 ans, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) signe pas moins de 700 compositions dans des genres aussi variés que la symphonie, la musique de chambre, la musique religieuse… et bien sûr l’opéra. Ce chiffre vertigineux s’explique tout simplement par le talent hors du commun de ce compositeur. Fils d’un musicien autrichien qui tient à donner une éducation musicale de qualité àses enfants, le jeune Mozart joue déjà du clavecin et du violon à l’âge de quatreans.
Tiré vers le haut par sa soeur Nannerl, de quelques années son aînée, Mozart a réellement un don. Le père organise une tournée dans les cours et les salons d’Europe. A Vienne, Paris, Londres, La Haye, on ne parle que du petit Mozart. Le public est subjugué et impressionné par cet enfant prodige, capable d’interpréter des morceaux les yeux bandés ou le clavier recouvert d’un drap.
Son goût pour l’alliance de la musique avec les mots s’affirme très tôt.A douze ans, il compose un opéra, Bastien et Bastienne, premier d’une longue série. Conscient de la nécessité de consolider ses connaissances, Mozart séjourne trois fois en Italie où il reçoit l’ensei – gnement de professeurs de renom. 1781 marque un tournant dans sa vie.
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Alors qu’il partageait son temps entre des fonctions de musicien de cour et la composition, il s’installe à Vienne pour mener une carrière de musicien indépendant. Contre l’avis de son père, il épouse Constance Weber. Dans cet état d’esprit revendicateur de liberté, il intègre la franc-maçonnerie. Il y rencontre Da Ponte, le
librettiste des noces de Figaro (1786),  Don  Juan (1787), et Così Fan tutte  (1790) et Schikaneder, le
librettiste de la Flûte enchantée (1791).
Quelques échecs compromettent sa carrière mais Prague,  nouvelle capitale européenne de la musique, lui redonne espoir. A ces difficultés viennent se greffer des problèmes financiers et des ennuis de santé qui font vivre Mozart et les siens dans un grand dénuement. Le 5 décembre 1791, il meurt dans l’ombre. La grandeur de l’oeuvre de Mozart n’est pas seulement liée à la taille de sa production mais aussi à l’art avec lequel il a assimilé deux siècles de courants musicaux. En les synthétisant, il les dépasse. Mozart est inclassable dans l’histoire de la musique. C’est le génie du XVIIIè siècle.
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la Franc -maçonnerie – Reposant sur un principe de fraternité, la franc-maçonnerie est une association plus ou moins secrète à but philosophique qui prône l’amour de l’humanité par une amélioration du sort matériel et moral des hommes. Les membres, organisés en Loges, sont cooptés (choisis par un autre membre) et suivent un rituel initiatique
inspiré de ceux que pratiquaient les corporations de métiers au Moyen-Age
Lors de la répression de presecuition des arts à divers moments de l’histoire, des acteurs, des artistes, des danseurs et des compositeurs comme Mozart à des moments de leur carrière risqué leur réputation parmi l’aristocratie et leur vie à interpréter des opéras et ballets dit pour provoquer la rébellion dans roturiers.Outre raconter des histoires et des contes d’événements historiques – Dieu et les dieux Les arts classiques sont une royale dans la nature et la lutte pour la réduction de la pauvreté, la faim et toujours en lutte pour améliorer les conditions des pauvres en présentant miraculeuse à effectuer dans un splendide Royals mode qui les a trouvés irristibale comme l’a fait que les citadins4e Le Parlur de Operi - Castillo de Versailles Francia- Propiedad del Espiritu Santo y Principe Jose Maria Chavira M.S. Adagio I
Donc, ces artistes se est réuni en loges secrètes pratiquant et l’exécution de leurs travaux jusqu’à une certaine clémence a permis aux théâtres d’être rouvertes ou un opéra comme Don Giovani ou du Barbier de Séville autorisé à être joué que six fois dans un certain lieux et dans certains cas le jeu Le Barbier de Séville complètement interdit pour un sort jusqu’à ce qu’il a été transformé en un magnifique opéra de Mozart.
Les personnages
Tamino- ténor
C’est le modèle du prince par excellence, sans origine, ni identité. Innocent et courageux, il a une ligne de chant pure.
Pamina – soprano
Intègre et courageuse. Exprimant sans cesse de la tendresse, savoix de soprano, légère et fraîche, peut exprimer le désarroi.
Papageno – Baryton
Valet et bouffon, c’est une créature primaire, naturelle et spontanée. Compagnon de route de Tamino, il a l’âme d’un enfant et sème la joie de vivre. Sa vitalité s’exprime dans la voix de baryton.
Papagena Soprano
Pendant féminin de Papageno, ses traits se dévoilent au fil de la quête. Leur union permettra de peupler le monde à l’infini.
Sarastro – Basse
Représentant du pouvoir et défenseur du monde de la Lumière, il exerce un rôle de leader. Autoritaire, sa voix de basse profonde le conforte dans son statut souverain.
La Reine de la Nuit – Soprano colorature
Image de la mère négative que l’on assimile à la marâtre dans les contes de fées, elle est vengeresse et assoiffée par le
contrôle qu’elle peut avoir sur les autres. Elle fait preuve d’ une virtuosité vocale à la fois grave et puissante.
Monostatos Tenor – Le gardien du Palais de Sarastro est un traître qui convoite Pamina. Il tente de duper son maître car la Reine de la Nuit lui a promis la main de sa fille.
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C’est par le biais du conte de fée que nous abordons Die Z auberflöte, car cette lecture révèle selon nous le message le plus universel. De la même façon que les contes traditionnels populaires s’adressent aux enfants avec une fausse naïveté, cette œuvre a recours à des images féeriques et des efets magiques pour mieux parler de la découverte de soi.
Die Zauberflöte est une œuvre théâtrale, sensible et touchante, qui d’un côté glorifie l’élévation de l’âme dans ce
qu’elle a de plus mystique et de l’autre révèle avec justesse les défauts les plus attendrissants du caractère humain;
qui entremêle avec évidence la musique populaire la plus simple et les vocalises les plus folles; qui puise et en T
amino et en Papageno pour trouver l’équilibre entre beauté et humour, sagesse et sincérité, toujours sous le signe de l’amour… pour un vrai moment d’enchantement.
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l’oeuvre Dernier chef d’oeuvre lyrique de Mozart, la Flûte enchantée est composée pendant une période d’angoisse et de douleur. Son ami Schikaneder, directeur d’un petit théâtre populaire de Vienne lui propose de collaborer au projet. D’emblée, le spectacle remporte un vif succès. Même affaibli par la maladie, Mozart se rend tous les soirs au théâtre pour mesurer la réaction du public. Il dira:  ce qui me rend plus heureux est l’approbation silencieuse ».
la Flûte enchantée appartient au genre du singspiel : genre théâtral allemand où alternent parties
musicales et parties déclamées et qui mixe des éléments d’histoires fantastiques et populaires.
L’oeuvre est un conte merveilleux qui décrit le coup de foudre amoureux de Tamino et Pamina, attirés
l’un par l’autre par un désir indestructible. Mais c’est aussi une fable initiatique où l’on voit Tamino face
au défi de devoir réussir trois épreuves qui lui ouvriront les portes d’un nouveau monde. Enfin l’oeuvre
est empreinte de la tradition bouffe par la présence du couple Papageno – Papagena qui apporte de
la légèreté dans l’intrigue. Influencé par la philosophie franc-maçonne, Mozart compose une oeuvre
construite sur la dualité. L’ombre s’oppose à la lumière, le doute à l’espoir, la pesanteur à la grâce.
Cette dualité est la source du drame de la condition humaine. Musicalement, le compositeur transcrit
ce concept en mélangeant les genres et fait coexister des airs aussi simples que celui de Papageno
avec le célébrissime et sophistiqué air de la Reine de la Nuit,
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La Flûte enchantée
Argument
Égaré en voyage dans un pays inconnu, le prince Tamino est attaqué par un serpent géant. Alors qu’il s’évanouit, il est sauvé par les trois dames de la Reine de la Nuit. Le prince se réveille, voit le corps inanimé du monstre et entend soudain un air de flûte de Pan. Il se cache et voit arriver Papageno l’oiseleur qui se vante d’avoir tué le serpent. Les trois dames le punissent de ce mensonge en lui fermant la bouche avec un cadenas en or. Elles montrent à Tamino le portrait de Pamina dont le prince tombe immédiatement amoureux. La Reine de la Nuit apparaît alors dans un grondement
de tonnerre et lui narre son désespoir de voir sa fille prisonnière du terrible Sarastro. Elle promet à Tamino que si il la libère, Pamina sera sienne pour l’éternité. Les trois dames font jurer à Papageno de ne plus mentir et remettent à chacun un cadeau de la Reine.Tamino se voit offrir une flûte en – chantée, tandis que Papageno reçoit un carillon magique. Ces instruments les aideront à triompher des épreuves qui les attendent. Les deux hommes partent en quête de Pamina chacun de leur côté.
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Dans le palais de Sarastro, le serviteur maure Monostatos poursuit Pamina de ses assiduités. Survient Papageno. Le Maure et l’oiseleur se trouvent face à face et chacun effraie l’autre croyant être en présence du Diable. Monostatos s’enfuit, et Papageno se trouvant seul avec Pamina lui révèle qu’un prince va venir la délivrer et se plaint de n’avoir pas encore trouvé une petite Papagena qui l’aimerait . Pendant ce temps, un prêtre explique à Tamino que Sarastro n’est pas un monstre comme la Reine de la Nuit le lui a décrit, mais qu’il est au contraire un grand sage.Tamino s’éprend d’une soif de connaissance et joue de sa flûte magique qui attire les bêtes sauvages. Papageno répond à Tamino sur sa flûte de Pan. Réjoui, le prince essaie de le rejoindre.
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Papageno et Pamina sont poursuivis par Monostatos. L’oiseleur se souvient qu’il possède un carillon magique et s’en sert pour envoûter Monostatos qui se met à danser et à chanter. Une fanfare de trompettes annonce alors l’entrée de Sarastro. Papageno tremble de peur tandis que Pamina explique à Sarastro qu’elle tente d’échapper à Monostatos. Celui-ci refait alors son apparition, traînant avec lui Tamino qu’il a capturé. Dès qu’ils se voient, Pamina et Tamino se jettent dansles bras l’un de l’autre. Sarastro ordonne alors que Papageno et Tamino soient conduits au Temple des Épreuves qu’ils devront traverser avant de pénétrer dans le Temple de la Lumière et prie Isis et Osiris d’accorder aux candidats la force de triompher. La première épreuve consiste à conserver le silence. Lorsque les trois dames de la Reine de la Nuit apparaissent Papageno ne peut s’empêcher de leur parler et se fait sermonner par les prêtres pour sa faiblesse .
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Tandis que Monostatos harcèle à nouveau Pamina, la Reine de la Nuit apparaît dans un coup de tonnerre. Elle donne un poignard à sa fille et la somme de tuer Sarastro, menaçant de la renier si elle ne lui obéit pas ( Le fameux air de la Reine de la Nuit). Monostatos tente de faire chanter la jeune fille, mais Sarastro le renvoie sans ménagement. Le Maure décide alors d’aller s’allier à la Reine de la Nuit.
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Pendant ce temps, Papageno ne peut se maîtriser et engage la conversation avec une vieille femme qui se présente à lui. Elle disparaît avant de lui avoir dit son nom quand Pamina, ignorant tout du vœu de silence, s’approche deTamino qui lui oppose un mutisme résolu. Croyant que le prince ne l’aime plus, elle sort le cœur brisé. Les prêtres félicitent Tamino qui sera bientôt initié. Pamina est amenée, les yeux bandés. Sarastro s’applique à la rassurer, mais elle est trop abattue pour comprendre le sens de ses paroles.
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Papageno se voit accorder le droit de réaliser un vœu. Il demande alors une compagne. La vieille femme réapparaît, et menace Papageno des pires tourments s’il ne consent pas à l’épouser. Il lui jure alors fidélité et elle se découvre être une jeune et belle femme. Mais un prêtre les sépare sous prétexte que Papageno ne s’est pas encore montré digne d’elle.
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Dans un jardin, les trois génies annoncent l’avènement d’une ère nouvelle, de lumière et d’amour et assurent Pamina, désespérée, de l’amour de Tamino. Les prêtres conduisent Tamino vers ses deux dernières épreuves: celle du feu et celle de l’eau. Pamina se joint à lui et le guide. Ils sont accueillis triomphants par Sarastro.
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Papageno est toujours à la recherche de Papagena qu’on lui a enlevée et envisage de se pendre à un arbre ! Les trois génies lui suggèrent d’utiliser son carillon magique pour attirer sa compagne et le couple peut enfin s’aimer dans la joie.
À la faveur de l’obscurité, Monostatos mène la Reine de la Nuit et ses dames vers le temple pour une dernière tentative contre Sarastro. Le ciel est alors inondé de lumière et les traîtres s’évanouissent dans les ténèbres. Sarastro et le chœur des prêtres vantent dans leur chant final les mérites des nouveaux initiés, et louent l’union de la force, de la sagesse et de la beauté

Autorisé par l’Esprit de Dieu y PrincipeJose Maria Chavira M.S. (Prínciupe Adagio)

Nom complet Divin – JV AGNVS DEI VERBVM DEI Prínciupe Jose Maria Chavira Adagio Al Hussayni M.S. AGA KHAN V PRIMOGENITVS FIVS DEI HOMINIS ESPIRITVS Nome de Plume JCANGELCRAFT – la renaissance de Jésus-Christ

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Thomas Quastoff Bendice El Jorobado de la Catedral de Nuestra Señora de París (Notre-Dame de Paris, Francia) cantando Don Giovani

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Lunes Februaro 9th 2015 – ™La plume de Quasimodo droits de l’homme – Thomas Quastoff Bendice El Jorobado de la Catedral de Nuestra Señora de París (Notre-Dame de Paris, Francia) cantando Don Giovani

El Jorobado de la Catedral de Nuestra Señora de París (Notre-Dame de Paris, Francia) es una novela de Victor Hugo, escrita en 1831 y compuesta por once libros que se centra en la desdichada historia de Esmeralda —una gitana— , Quasimodo —un jorobado sordo— , y Claude Frollo —un archidiácono— en el París del siglo XV.

En actual el cuento de El Jorobado de la Catedral de Nuestra Señora encuentra sus origines en el siglo 1400 y se escribió de nuevo por Vitor Hugo en 1831 como indica la película;

Todos sus elementos —ambientación renacentista, amores imposibles, personajes marginados, final dramático— hacen de la obra un modelo de los temas literarios del Romanticismo francés.

Mas importante son las temas de Derechos humanos, falta de educar la gente propiamente y sin vergüenza el gobierno juzgándolos como si fueron inteligentes.

Era la época de obscuridad en la Iglesia Católica donde te podrían matar como un herético por ser un Brujo, Musulmano, Judío, Gitano, Protestante Cristiano oh una mujer oh hombre que ejercían Cábala en contra la Iglesia Católica.

Victor Hugo, tras separarse de su mujer Adèle, escribió la obra por encargo de un editor, llevándole aproximadamente 6 meses y agotándolo físicamente. Pero el esfuerzo valió la pena ya que fue bien valorada por los críticos y tuvo gran éxito entre los lectores, cosa que le supuso un alivio económico.

La novela se inicia con unas celebraciones populares, con motivo de la epifanía de 1482 en el Palacio de Justicia. La obra nos presenta a Esmeralda, bailarina gitana, a Quasimodo, un deforme joven que se encarga de las campanas de la Catedral de Notre Dame, y el archidiácono Claude Frollo, padre adoptivo del campanero.

Frollo, atraído por la bailarina, pide a su protegido Quasimodo que la rapte. Sin embargo, la intervención del capitán Febo de Châteaupers impide la consumación del secuestro y lleva a Quasimodo a la condena del suplicio público.

Es azotado en la plaza, y recibe todo el odio y los insultos del pueblo, que lo detesta por su fealdad. Quasimodo pide agua y la gitana Esmeralda sube al patíbulo para calmar su sed. — ¡Agua! — repitió por tercera vez Quasimodo. Entonces vio cómo se apartó el gentío.

Una muchacha curiosamente ataviada salió de entre la gente. Iba acompañada de una cabrita blanca de cuernos dorados y llevaba una pandereta en la mano. El ojo de Quasimodo centelleó. Era la bohemia a la que había intentado raptar la noche anterior, fechoría por la que comprendía vagamente que estaba sufriendo aquel castigo, lo que, por otra parte, no era cierto ni mucho menos, pues se le estaba juzgando por la desgracia de ser sordo y por haber sido juzgado por un sordo.

Estaba seguro de que también ella había venido para vengarse y darle, como hacían los otros, su golpe correspondiente. Ella, sin decir una sola palabra, se aproximó al reo, que se retorcía en vano para librarse de ella, y soltando una calabaza que a guisa de recipiente tenía atada a la cintura, la acercó muy despacio a los labios áridos del desdichado.

Entonces, de aquel ojo tan seco y encendido hasta entonces, se vio desprenderse una lágrima que fue lentamente deslizándose por aquel rostro deforme y contraído hacía ya mucho rato por la desesperación .

Quasimodo siente un agradecimiento y un afecto enorme hacia la gitana por su piedad hacia él, ya que no está acostumbrado a ser bien tratado. Sin embargo, Frollo se siente frustrado por el secuestro fallido, y celoso del capitán Febo, ya que sabe que Esmeralda está enamorada de él, lo apuñala cuando se encuentra en una habitación con Esmeralda. Pese a que Febo termina muriendo apuñalado por Frollo, la joven es acusada del crimen, por lo que se la condena a la horca. Durante su arrepentimiento público, previo a la ejecución y que la iglesia esté vacía:

Aquel espectador no se había perdido nada de lo que, desde el mediodía, había ocurrido ante el pórtico de Notre Dame. Ya desde los primeros momentos, sin que nadie se hubiera preocupado de mirarle, había atado fuertemente a las columnillas de la galería una gruesa cuerda de nudos cuyo extremo colgaba hasta la escalinata. Una vez hecho esto se había quedado mirando tranquilamente y silbaba de vez en cuando al pasar los mirlos delante de él. De pronto, cuando los ayudantes el verdugo se disponían a ejecutar la flemática orden de Charmoule, saltó al otro lado de la balaustrada de la galería, cogió la cuerda con los pies primero, con las rodillas y con las manos luego, y después se vio descolgarse por la fachada como una gota de lluvia deslizándose por un cristal; se le vio luego correr hacia los dos verdugos con la velocidad de un gato caído de un tejado, derribarles con sus enormes puños, coger a la gitana de una mano, como una niña coge una muñeca y de un solo salto llegar hasta la iglesia, alzando a la joven sobre su cabeza y gritando con voz estentórea:
— ¡Asilo!
— ¡Asilo! ¡Asilo! —repitió la muchedumbre y diez mil aplausos hicieron refulgir de alegría y de orgullo el único ojo de Quasimodo.
La sacudida hizo volver a el en sí a la condenada, que abrió los ojos y al ver a Quasimodo volvió a cerrarlos súbitamente como asustada de su salvador.
Charmoule y los verdugos y toda la escolta se quedaron atónitos. En el recinto de Notre Dame, la condenada era, en efecto, inviolable, pues la catedral era un lugar de asilo y toda la justicia humana expiraba en sus umbrales.
Pero la historia no acaba ahí. Frollo, aprovechando que los truhanes de la Corte de los Milagros intentan liberar a Esmeralda, la saca de la catedral por su cuenta y le da a elegir: su amor o la horca. La gitana lo rechaza y el archidiácono la delata. La madre de Esmeralda intenta salvar a su hija pues se acaban de reencontrar después de quince años. Todo es inútil, madre e hija mueren, Frollo es empujado por Quasimodo desde la torre de la catedral y el jorobado yace junto al cadáver de Esmeralda, hasta que muere de hambre. Tiempo después, abren la tumba y encuentran los esqueletos. Cuando tratan de separarlos, los huesos del jorobado se convierten en polvo.

Referencia – http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuestra_Señora_de_Par%C3%ADs

Autorizado por el Dios Nuestro Dulce Espiritu Santo y JV AGNVS DEI VERBVM DEI Principe Jose Maria Chavira Adagio Al Hussayni M.S. AGA KHAN V PRIMOGENITVS FILVS DEI HOMINIS SPIRITVS Nome de Plume JCANGELCRAFT – El Hijo de Dios y el Renacimiento de Jesucristo.

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