Various important clues, pertaining to the true meaning of the "Return " of Christ, are contained in the following presentations. They have been given to us freely in biblical writings and are numerous. Therefore, It is important that each one be studied separately so that the reader and searcher of the truth can gain a much better understanding of those symbolical biblical descriptions.

The first recommendation being made, before indulging in search of the meaning of various symbols, is to learn how to become a good searcher of the truth.

What are the first steps that a true seeker must do? A true searcher of the truth must first clear his mind of all past illusions so that his heart and mind will be opened to new truths. He must temporarily lay aside all previous spiritual teachings given him in the past so that his mind will be capable to grasp and accept the new teachings that God has already given to humanity through His newly sent Messenger. He must at all times seek for the unknown which will eventually lead him to discover much greater truth.

The following is a recommendation given you in which explanations are given as to how anyone can became a searcher of the truth. How should one proceed when he is on a great quest for greater spiritual knowledge? Not been completely happy with the answers received from spiritual teachers, anyone has the right and the responsibility to search on his own for more truthful answers. It will soon be discovered that it is a task that can possibly take a lot of your spare time. However, you will also discover that it will be worth the efforts that you have put into it. You will discover a buried treasure which is hidden beneath the many symbolic words and allegorical descriptions. Do you wish to discover what was previously unknown to you? You will never be sorry to have begun such a great search because, the more that you search, the happier you will become as you begin to discover various new answers that you were unaware of before.

The meaning of a true seeker can be found in the writings of the new Jerusalem that has come down out of heaven from God. In other words, it has been given us in the new teachings and writings given us by God's new Manifestation who was His new envoy.


* O My brother! When a true seeker determines to take the step of search in the path leading unto the knowledge of the Ancient of Days, he must, before all else, cleanse his heart, which is the seat of the revelation of the inner mysteries of God, from the obscuring dust of all acquired knowledge, and the allusions of the embodiments of satanic fancy. He must purge his breast, which is the sanctuary of the abiding love of the Beloved, of every defilement, and sanctify his soul from all that pertains to water and clay, from all shadowy and ephemeral attachments. He must so cleanse his heart that no remnant of either love or hate may linger therein, lest that love blindly incline him to error, or that hate repel him away from the truth. Even as you do witness in this Day how most of the people, because of such love and hate, are bereft of the immortal Face, have strayed far from the Embodiments of the Divine mysteries, and, shepherdess, are roaming through the wilderness of oblivion and error.

That seeker must, at all times, put his trust in God, must renounce the peoples of the earth, must detach himself from the world of dust, and cleave unto Him Who is the Lord of Lords. He must never seek to exalt himself above anyone, must wash away from the tablet of his heart every trace of pride and vain-glory, must cling unto patience and resignation, observe silence and refrain from idle talk. For the tongue is a smoldering fire, and excess of speech a deadly poison. Material fire consumes the body, whereas the fire of the tongue devours both heart and soul. The force of the former lasts but for a time, while the effects of the latter endures a century.

That seeker should, also, regard backbiting as grievous error, and keep himself aloof from its dominion, inasmuch as backbiting quenches the light of the heart, and extinguishes the life of the soul. He should be content with little, and be freed from all inordinate desire. He should treasure the companionship of them that have renounced the world, and regard avoidance of boastful and worldly people a precious benefit. At the dawn of every day he should commune with God, and, with all his soul, persevere in the quest of his Beloved. He should consume every wayward thought with the flame of His loving mention, and, with the swiftness of lightning, pass by all else save Him. He should succour the dispossessed, and never withhold his favour from the destitute. He should show kindness to animals, how much more unto his fellow-man, to him who is endowed with the power of utterance. He should not hesitate to offer up his life for his Beloved, nor allow the censure of the people to turn him away from the Truth. He should not wish for others that which he does not wish for himself, nor promise that which he does not fulfil. With all his heart he should avoid fellowship with evil-doers, and pray for the remission of their sins. He should forgive the sinful, and never despise his low estate, for none knows what his own end shall be. How often has a sinner attained, at the hour of death, to the essence of faith, and quaffing the immortal draught, has taken his flight unto the Concourse on high! And how often has a devout believer, at the hour of his soul's ascension, been so changed as to fall into the nethermost fire!

Our purpose in revealing these convincing and weighty utterances is to impress upon the seeker that he should regard all else beside God as transient, and count all things save Him, Who is the Object of all adoration, as utter nothingness.

These are among the attributes of the exalted, and constitute the hall-mark of the spiritually-minded. They have already been mentioned in connection with the requirements of the wayfarers that tread the path of Positive Knowledge. When the detached wayfarer and sincere seeker has fulfilled these essential conditions, then and only then can he be called a true seeker. Whensoever he has fulfilled the conditions implied in the verse: "Whoso makes efforts for Us," he shall enjoy the blessings conferred by the words: "In Our Ways shall We assuredly guide him."

Only when the lamp of search, of earnest striving, of longing desire, of passionate devotion, of fervid love, of rapture, and ecstasy, is kindled within the seeker's heart, and the breeze of His loving-kindness is wafted upon his soul, will the darkness of error be dispelled, the mists of doubts and misgivings be dissipated, and the lights of knowledge and certitude envelop his being. At that hour will the Mystic Herald, bearing the joyful tidings of the Spirit, shine forth from the City of God resplendent as the morning, and, through the trumpet-blast of knowledge, will awaken the heart, the soul, and the spirit from the slumber of heedlessness. Then will the manifold favours and outpouring grace of the holy and ever-lasting Spirit confer such new life upon the seeker that he will find himself endowed with a new eye, a new ear, a new heart, and a new mind. He will contemplate the manifest signs of the universe, and will penetrate the hidden mysteries of the soul. Gazing with the eye of God, he will perceive within every atom a door that lead him to the stations of absolute certitude. He will discover in all things the mysteries of Divine Revelation, and the evidences of an everlasting Manifestation.

I swear by God! Were he that treads the path of guidance and seeks to scale the heights of righteousness to attain unto this glorious and exalted station, he would inhale, at a distance of a thousand leagues, the fragrance of God, and would perceive the resplendent morning of a Divine guidance rising above the Day Spring of all things. Each and every thing, however small, would be to him a revelation, leading him to his Beloved, the Object of his quest. So great shall be the discernment of this seeker that he will discriminate between truth and falsehood, even as he does distinguish the sun from shadow. If in the uttermost corners of the East the sweet savours of God be wafted, he will assuredly recognize and inhale their fragrance, even though he be dwelling in the uttermost ends of the West. He will, likewise, clearly distinguish all the signs of God - His wondrous utterances, His great works, and mighty deeds - from the doings, the words and ways of men, even as the jeweller who knows the gem from the stone, or the man who distinguishes the spring from autumn, and heat from cold. When the channel of the human soul is cleansed of all worldly and impeding attachments, it will unfailingly perceive the breath of the Beloved across immeasurable distances, and will, led by its perfume, attain and enter the City of Certitude.

Therein he will discern the wonders of His ancient Wisdom, and will perceive all the hidden teachings from the rustling leaves of the Tree that flourishes in that City. With both his inner and outer ear, he will hear from its dust the hymns of glory and praise ascending unto the Lord of Lords, and with his inner eye will he discover the mysteries of "return" and "revival."

How unspeakably glorious are the signs, the tokens, the revelations, and splendours which He, Who is the King of Names and Attributes, has destined for that City! The attainment unto this City quenches thirst without water, and kindles the love of God without fire. Within every blade of grass are enshrined the mysteries of an inscrutable Wisdom, and upon every rose-bush a myriad nightingales pour out, in blissful rapture, their melody. Its wondrous tulips unfold the mystery of the undying Fire in the Burning Bush, and its sweet savours of holiness breathe the perfume of the Messianic Spirit. It bestows wealth without gold, and confers immortality without death. In each one of its leaves ineffable delights are treasured, and within every chamber unnumbered mysteries lie hidden.

They that valiantly labour in quest of God, will, when once they have renounced all else but Him, be so attached and wedded unto that City, that a moment's separation from it would to them be unthinkable. They will hearken unto infallible proofs from the Hyacinth of that assembly, and will receive the surest testimonies from the beauty of its Rose, and the melody of its Nightingale. Once in about a thousand years shall this City be renewed and re-adorned.

That City (the new Jerusalem) is none other than the Word of God revealed in every age and dispensation. In the days of Moses it was the Pentateuch; in the days of Jesus, the Gospel; in the days of Muhammad, the Messenger of God, the Koran; in this day, the Bayan; and in the Dispensation of Him Whom God will make manifest, His own Book - the Book unto which all the Books of former Dispensations must needs.


In this world of materiality it is possible for everyone to attempt to understand greater truth, thus attaining greater spiritual knowledge. My own choice was to arise and become a searcher of the truth in this confused world of ours. The attempt, that was made, was to discover what was previously unknown. Although I was all alone the path of research was chosen so that a greater understanding of spiritual writings, that are symbolically described, could be gained. The result of that long quest is now being shared with all those who have chosen to utilize the Internet and who have discovered this research spiritual site that has taken many years to assemble in a logical format.


One of these new truths, that has being discovered in the writings of this new Revelation, is that God's new Messenger has told us that the worlds of God are very numerous and that the various humankind that inhabit many planets are uncountable.

The following verse was given us by Christ. It tells us that the worlds of God, labelled in those writings as the many dwelling places, are numerous and beyond the possibility of ever being counted. As spiritual explorers, we will someday be given the opportunity to visit each and everyone of those strange and fascinating worlds of the Almighty.

"There are many dwelling-places in my father's house; if it were not so I should have told you ; for I am going there on purpose to prepare a place for you." John 14 : 2

It is an old biblical quote. Those were the words of the Holy Spirit speaking through Christ His first time around. The many dwelling-places may represent the many worlds of God where a great variety of entities can dwell in. We now have proof, given to us by God's new Messenger in this new Revelation, that many planets in the universe are inhabited by mankind who are God's greatest creation. As a matter of fact we have been told that various human kinds inhabit various parts of the universe. It also says that mankind living on those various planets are so numerous that they cannot possibly ever be counted. Therefore, we have no choice but to say that the universe is highly populated. You might want to say, "How come we have not previously discovered any proofs that the universe is highly populated". The answer to that question is actually very simple. We have yet to become space explorers so that is the reason why we had yet to discover that new truth that has now been given us by God's new Messenger. In other words, although mankind on this planet has yet to travel in space, we are now ready to accept that type of information.

Are you intrigued with this new information, do you wish to know more? Was your curiosity awakened? It is recommended that you continue reading this research material, the promise being that you will be kept wide awake with various new information that you may not have been aware of before.

In the following presentation, many of the proper answers pertaining to that "Return" will be brought forward. They contain all the individual paragraphs of the writings contained in the 24th chapter of Matthew. All of the clues, which are presented to you, are necessary to properly understand the promised "Return". Do not forget to temporarily detach yourself from past spiritual teachings which you may have received, otherwise they may become a hindrance rather than being helpful in discovering greater truth.

The following presentation deals with the complete unsealing of the writings contained in the 24th chapter of the Apostle Matthew. Numerous clues, pertaining to the "return" of the Spirit of Christ, are brought forward for your personal study. It pertains to the true meaning of that "Return".

The "Return" of Christ