The Times of Transition for the Earth is Near – We should despise no one and treat all equally

Elisabeth_de_France_Spain7Elizabeth of France, wrote a very interesting paragraph in Allan Kardec’s book, The Gospel According to Spiritism. She wrote about the coming transition of the earth from a world of atonement to one of regeneration. She sent the world a message, through a medium, in Harve, France, in 1862.

Elisabeth of France (22 November 1602 – 6 October 1644) was Queen consort of Spain (1621 to 1644) and Portugal (1621 to 1640) as the first wife of King Philip IV of Spain. Elisabeth was renowned for her beauty, intelligence and noble personality, which made her very popular with the Spanish people. [Wikipedia, Elizabeth of France, accessed August 17, 2014]

Here is what the past Queen of Spain and Portugal delivered to us, more than 200 years after she had died;

“I will say once more that the times are near when widespread fraternity will reign on this globe; the law of Christ is what will govern humans, and that law alone will be the restraint and hope that will lead souls to the blessed realms. Thus, love one another as children of the same Father. Do not set up differences between you and those who are unfortunate, for God wills for everyone to be equal. Therefore despise no one. God Allows great criminals to dwell amongst you to serve you as a lesson. Soon, when lessons will no longer be needed, and all impure and rebellious spirits will be relegated to lower worlds according to their inclinations.” [The Gospel According to Spiritism, Allan Kardec, Chap. XI, Section 14, p. 197]

How can one be clearer than the paragraph above. Despise none and equally treat all. If all of us could do at least this, the world would be a better place.



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