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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 79

Chapter II. — The message to the seven senses in Peter, who to clericalism is a stone of stumbling and a blue Peter and sail away flag to their doctrines

Chapter II.

The message to the seven senses in Peter, who to clericalism is a stone of stumbling and a blue Peter and sail away flag to their doctrines.

Unto the seventh angel and his perishing sense of hearing write. These things saith he that holdeth the seven stars in his right hand, who walkest in the midst of his seven psychological gropers.

2. I know thy weakness, yet withal thou canst not bear them that are evil, and thou hast tried them that are perfect and art not, and hast found them liars and thou knowest full well, who so blind as my messenger and who so blind as he that is perfect.

3. And hast borne and hast laboured and has not fainted in thy search after my true word, and the same hath sustained thee, my branch until the dayspring of the millenium.

4. Nevertheless thou art broken, but in my mercy I saw none perfect, no not one, not even that stranger of whom Moses and the prophets did write.

5. Remember therefore thy sins and repent and do the first works, or else I will put out thy light except thou repent.

6. But this thou hast, that thou hatest the deeds of the Nicolaitianes and their unions, and their combines and their exploitations, and their insatiable and damnable greed, which things I do hate and shall destroy.

7. He that hath an ear let him hear what the spirit saith unto man's seven senses. To him that overcometh will I grant in great measure my purest language such as are in the midst of the paradise of God, which place is here upon earth, where there is nothing great but man, and in man there is nothing great but mind.

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8. And unto the angel having the sense of seeing, write: These things saith the first and the last, which was dead and is alive, and whose message doth but speak of the temple of his body and whose little book doth but condemn the workings of Satan, his powers, and his signs, and his lying wonders, and his false miracles, and his rhetorical tricks of trade.

9. I know thy works and thy tribulation and thy poverty (but in my hidden manna thou art rich), and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan my circumcised, my prepared villains and my chosen blackguards, ready at all times to cheat and over-reach and behave before me most damnably.

10. Fear not false Israel and be faithful in naming them, and I will crown thy life in the memory of those living for all time, and under the shadow of a great rock I shall make thee free, and the door thou hast opened no man can shut, for everlasting and ever lasting.

11. He that hath an ear let him hear what the spirit saith unto man's seven senses. He that overcometh shall not fear death but shall go conquering, and to conquer in my kingdom wherein man's seven senses do operate.

12. And to the angel with the sense of touching, write: These things saith he which hath the terse and perspicuous syllogism that cutteth deep, clean, and conclusive, and who knoweth all men and what is in man.

13. I know thy works and where thou dwellest and where Satan's seat is, where thou ponderest upon my seven categories, and hast maintained my right arm when all they like sheep had gone astray.

14. But I have a few things against thee because thou named them not, and did cast stumbling blocks before my innocents and sin of every kind thou didst commit.

15. Even tolerating them that hold the doctrine of the seven devils of socialism with their clustering and their honeycombing and their dry-rot and miserable drift into that submerged multitude, who eat the cake and have it not.

16. Repent or else I will come unto thee quickly and will fight against them with the sword of the mouth, and against me whom they offend they shall have no rest day nor night.

17. He that hath an ear let him hear what the spirit saith unto man's senses. To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the hidden manna and I will give him a white stone, and in the stone a new name written which no man knoweth, saving he that receiveth my enthematic syllogism, which doth but portray in simplicity, and in sincerity and in severity, a thing as it is.

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18. And unto the angel with the sense of tasting and whose garments are dyed in my red wine. These things saith the son of plain man who hath his eyes like unto a flame of fire and his feet are like fine brass.

19. I know thy works, thy last effort being more than the first, and the same shall not return unto me void, for the desire of all the nations is for my message delivered by you in their midst.

20. Yet I have a few things against thee, because thou didst linger in my service when you knew I would overturn, overturn, overturn it and shall be no more until he came whose right it is and I will give it him.

21. And of your omissions and commissions I gave you space to repent, but you repented not.

22. Behold I shall turn my face from you and put out your light unless you repent, but this thou hast not, even when I pleaded with thy conscience and did visit thy quickening spirit with affliction and tribulation.

23. I will kill your children with death, and all my given senses shall know that I am he which searcheth the reins and hearts, giving unto everyone of you according to your works.

24. But unto you that hath not seen nor considered and hath not known the depths of Satan, I will put upon you none other burden.

25. But that which you have already stored within your minds, hold fast till I come, and when he Cometh whose right it is by a new train of thought shall it be established.

26. He that overcometh and keepeth my works unto the end, to him will I give power over the nations, and in his day there shall be one Lord, the sign of which is my common term, and by which we think and move and have our being.

27. And thy dictum shall rule them with a rod of iron, as the vessels of a potter shall they be broken to shivers; and ask of me and I shall give him the heathen nations for his inheritance and the uttermost parts of the earth for his possession.

28. And I will give him the morning star of ready utterance, clear conception and accurate reasoning, and his seven-worded sentence shall be the triumph of the human mind.

29. He that hath an ear let him hear what the spirit saith unto man's seven senses.