Regina: I’d always thought the demons were reanimated via the furnace but of course that does make sense that they wouldn’t. Another reason being perhaps because they are not permitted to go beyond the Azmon Barrier – unless they are spent energy being transported to the Orange Plane, correct? Also, thinking of Mt. Zion now brings to mind a volcano – a mountain with fire atop it. Thank you for sharing this, you definitely helped to connect some of the dots wandering around aimlessly in my mind.
Part of my job while occupying this human vessel is to help connect the dots to past things you’ve all learned, and to the new things awaiting to be imparted to each of you.
In the past you’ve learned about Heaven and the spirit realm that surrounds it. So, bear with me as I try to impart what has been instructed for me to share with each of you.
You learned of the furnace that spirit angelic hosts are created within. We’ve told you that the furnace is at Mount Zion. But, what actually is MOUNT ZION? It’s exactly what it sounds like. It is a mountain – a HOLY MOUNTAIN that is the location of the strongest, and I say strongest because Father is every where. Therefore, Mount Zion is the location of the MOST HIGH. Most High because why?
Another thing I’d like to share that Seraiah mentioned was this: He said when he was reanimated after Ashtoreth extinguished his energy that a verse came to mind.
It was: Ezekiel 37:13 “You will know that I am the LORD, My people, when I open your graves and bring you up from them.” Seraiah said that Father literally reanimated him without need of the furnace. This has happened in past times to others within our reality, and most notably to Michael when he was entombed after his execution on the Cross. In case you or the other ministers do not know this, Michael the Christ Jesus was reanimated without reanimating his flesh and blood vessel. That vessel was transported to Mount Zion under angelic guard and encapsulated within an energy sphere by Father. It remains there for eternity as a reminder of Christ’s Sacrificial death.
When Seraiah and I last spoke, we discussed all of you ministers. I told him that you reminded me of Christ’s followers that were often in the background but not quite as vocal, although every bit as faithful as any of the group. Though it might seem that those in the background are overlooked, I wanted you to know that yours and our Creator, the loving Mother She is, loves you every bit as much as those that appear to shine brighter in this Ministry. As it is in this visible world, so to is it in the spirit world. But even so, our Mother loves each one of us equally.