1. We respect all religions, schools, philosophies and sects —and their sacred books— because they all have the same Religious or Spiritual Principles, what changes are the religious forms.

Instead of fighting for differences, we seek what unites all religions, schools, philosophies and sects.

We study comparative religions and respect them, even if we have different criteria or religious forms. Rather we say: Religious of the world unite!


         2. What a beauty if all humans had a Religion! All are good and blessed expressions of the Love of the Divinity, according to the time and the place. The sad thing is not to have spirituality, not to have Religion... It is a very painful and empty life in the deep down, even if you possess vain and transitory things...

And for those of us who still have Religion, in these times of super-modernity, the things after we walk and run have a poor value —material and spiritual—, because if each one had followed seriously and with the heart the Religion to which belongs —whatever this be— would be the most absolute peace on the face of the earth...

And we would speak familiarly with the angels, devas, gods, geniuses or whatever they may be called in the different religions, the sacred Divine Hierarchies that serve The Most High, whose, in our Jewish-Christian tradition, are the blessed angels, archangels, principalities, virtues, powers, dominations, thrones, cherubim, seraphim, etc.


         3. We firmly recognize that the Christ is Cosmic, Sacred and Universal, and He can have many Venerable Names in different cultures...

And it is our very high duty —and right— to incarnate him within each one of us, so that He and His beloved Father may come to us to make their home... Amen.

That is why the blessed Apostle Paul, our Master, says that he is in birth-pains until the Christ be formed in us (Galatians 4:19).

Because there is no point in being born in Bethlehem, if the Christ do not born inside our hearts... If we do not form him inside ourselves, if we do not incarnate him, after cleaning our stable, full of the symbolic animals...


         4. We follow faithfully and heartily his very luminous manifestation as Jesus ChristJeshua, The Blessed One— who loves us all good and bad alike, and who did not come to call the righteous but us, the sinners, to repentance...

And also he generously gave us to know the Mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven... Sacred Mysteries that we must venerate and respect... Amen.


         5. We seek for the Kingdom of God and his Justice, and we must make it part of each one of us, because the good judge at home starts...

He, who follows the Law and the prophets, fulfills the Father's will on earth as well as in heaven...

We yearn with all our heart, that we all achieve to incarnate the Our Father in the deep secret of our Being... Amen.


         6. We have only one Pastor, the Divine Rabbi of Galilee, Jeshua, The Blessed One; therefore, here we are only deacons and bishops —the only authorities mentioned by our beloved Apostle Paul (Epistles to Titus and Timothy)— and we must be temperate, husbands of one only woman, respectful of all the ladies and of all humanity, and we do not need to know the Bible by heart, but to fulfill what it commands.

Corresponding duties have our dearest deaconesses and female bishops of the Pauline Wisdom, like the famous Phoebe (Romans 16:1 and 27), Deaconess of the Church who was in Cenchrea (Corinth).

Our blessed Celestial Pastor does not make discriminations of any kind. He loves us all, good and bad alike, men and women; without distinctions of age, sex, race, education, social condition, religion or belief, etc. (Galatians 3:27- 28)

Let's remember that in the early Christian religion of the Apostle Paul, women participated in the rite, as the famous Phoebe... Moreover, still at the end of the fourth century the deaconesses or priestesses use to baptize, since there are abundant ordinances of those times that prohibit such religious custom.

Also, it was until the beginning of the fourth century, in the council of Elvira (near Granada, Spain, now extinct city, in 306-308), when the priests were forbidden to take a wife; the prohibition was ratified in several councils of Toledo that followed it.

But it was not that way at the beginning, and the feminine pole of God was present in the Primitive —or Pauline— Christian Rite, supporting the Christian deacon or priest, while in the old Torah the Jewish woman was always in the gallery —segregated from men— and even her testimony in court was not valid... besides, she was under the rigid domination of the rabbi, her Jewish teacher or priest.

Our beloved Apostle Paul, following the Christ and his New Torah, his New Law, is the creator of the Christian rites —synthesis of the Greek and Hebrew mysteries— and thanks to him we do not continue in the synagogues, nor are we circumcised, nor follow the rigid dietary formalities of the Jewish Law, as ordered by the “orthodox” Christians of Jerusalem.

In addition, he came to give freedom and honor to woman, even when he applied many formal rules of those times —Greek and Jewish— as covering the head in the rite and other minors, but the woman could be Deaconess, and still baptize until the end of the fourth century, long after the Pauline Rites were banned and the marriage of priests was also prohibited...

In the New Christian Torah, blood sacrifices are not allowed either... On the contrary, our beloved Rabbi of Galilee instituted the sacred Christian anointing, where bread and wine are blessed (Matthew 26:26-27) instead of making altars of fire and sacrifices of lambs, because the blessed Super-Lamb Jesus Christ was already sacrificed for all us —adulterous and perverse humanity— in that bitter Shabbat of Pesach or Jewish Easter, of year 33... And thus, he poured out his Christic atoms on the whole humanity...

There is a New Testament = There is a New Torah. And although the old Torah —the 10 commandments of the Law of God, given to us by Adonay, through Moses— is respected, and not one jot or tittle of that Law has been changed, the formalities or external rules were abandoned, as is the case of circumcision and feeding rules, etc., because “I will have mercy, and not sacrifice” and “a new commandment I give you, that you love one another as I have loved you”.

What more can an upright man ask for, a good citizen?


         7. We do not make of Christian Wisdom a business, and we do not ask for or demand tithes or dues...  so that our glorying should not be made void, as our beloved Apostle Paul says (1 Corinthians 9:15 and 1 Timothy 6:10), who always worked and did the humblest jobs, as it is written, and by following the Wisdom of Christ, he always honored Matthew 8:20.

Here everybody works, and whoever wants to eat from the altar can eat the wood or the stones from which it is made.

In no case will we sell pieces of heaven in comfortable partialities, because people are only saved according to their good deeds, their good thoughts and their good feelings...

The only thing we ask and kindly demand is an upright conduct.

Rather let’s give tithes such as good thoughts, prayers and praises, only the 10% of our daily time, from the time we get up until we go to bed...


         8. We insist: It is our duty to be an exemplary husband and an exemplary father, an exemplary son, a magnificent grandson and a patriarchal grandfather... A model citizen, respectful of his wife, of another women, and of the female devotees of the Path; husband of one wife; humble, straight, temperate, sacrificing for humanity and not sacrificer of it, etc. (1 Timothy 3).

And correlatively, also our much appreciated Christian ladies, authentic and upright, of the Pauline Wisdom.


         9. In fulfillment of the Gospel, we definitely do not tolerate disrespect or abuses against the female devotees of the Path, because women must be respected and in no way should adultery be mystified or justified, and so we avoid the terrible rebuke of 1 Corinthians 5:1.

We are not interested in the purse, or anyone's woman!

We always remember vividly the words of the blessed Apostle:

Flee fornication. Every sin that a man does is without the body; but he that commits fornication sins against his own body.

What? know you not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in [inside] you, which you have of God, and you are not your own[ers]?” (1 Corinthians 6:18-19)

Also, we consider our most sacred duty, respect and help the widows and orphans of our companions of this Spiritual Path, and ask abundantly for them and their rights, as it is also written from ancient times (Deuteronomy 27:19).


         10. We also respect the blessed Mother of the Redeemer of the World, and we do not accept offensive words or reasoning against Miriam, Maria, Maya, Isis, Freyja, Shakti, Tonantzin, Pachamama, or whatever the name is given to our blessed Divine Mother, the Feminine Part of God... The Holy Spouse of the Holy Spirit, together with creates all that is, has been and will be... Amen.


         11. We recognize and deeply revere her, as children of our Universal Mother, our Mother Nature and our Physical Mother who brought us to the world and gives us the blessing of Life... Amen.

With all our heart we follow the fourth commandment* of the Law of God: “Honor your father and your mother [physical and spiritual or divine]: that your days may be long on the land which the Lord your God gives you.” (Exodus 20:12)… Amen.

[*We follow the Catholic enumeration of the 10 Commandments, for being the most widespread.

We take the good from Orthodox, Catholic, Protestant or Evangelical and Heterodox, and leave the bad.

In addition, we sincerely respect all those who follow such religions —and any other religion— with their heart. Amen.]


         12. We preach by example, and seek to fulfill the Triple Way of Liberation that leads us to Christ: “If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.” (Matthew 16:24)... Amen.


         13. We reject all dogmatism, fanaticism, bigotry, hypocrisy, sanctimoniousness, prudery, gossip, personality cult, pietist poses and feigned meekness, and long tales in the name of the Christ or the Buddha, or any other Great Being.

Although we respect them as humans, we are not interested in pseudo-Christians, mythomaniacs or pseudo-enlightened, alone or congregated (2 Corinthians 11:13 et seq.). Nor are we interested in arguing with anyone.


         14. Here we do not threaten —unthinkable— with the Law of God or the Law of Karma, nor do we condemn to the Divine Judgment to those who leave the institution, or if they do not give their tithes and firstlings, or if they do not fulfill all the whims of superiors...

Here we do not supplant the Almighty or his ineffable Judges, to condemn others.

We respect the people's dignity and the Law, as our grandparents taught us, and he who leaves is not necessary and he who arrives does not hinder.

We do not want masters, nor do we want idolaters of our very human and imperfect personality.

We have a maximum of freedom within a maximum of order... Amen.


         15. We avoid to get into each other's life (Matthew 7:3-4), because personal defects must be eliminated by their owners —and replaced by the opposite virtues, which the Father gives us— and they should only be reprehensible with all prudence and discretion, when they affect the Institutional order.


         16. Whoever wishes to have symbols or images may do so, because beautiful are the images of the cherubs of the Ark of the Covenant and all the symbolic ornamentation of the Temple of Solomon...

The beauty of sacred art is one thing, while idolatry is another thing; because many forbid all kind of images and crucifixes, etc., but they idolize the god Mammon —the powerful gentleman Mr. Money— and exploit humanity instead of serve it.

That is why is clearly said in Colossians 3:5: “Mortify [reduce] therefore your members which are upon the earth [sinful desires]; fornication, uncleanness, inordinate affection, evil concupiscence, and covetousness, which is idolatry.”

Others idolize themselves and demand that the others idolize them.

These are the true living idols with feet of clay. That is the true idolatry of these days.

Therefore, the sacred Jehovah, Adonay Sabaoth, will be happier if we destroy the idols we carry and venerate within ourselves, and we have raised and erected with care, whether to self-esteem, vanity, pride, egolatry, envy, lust, anger, laziness, etc., and the statues and santerias that we have done with our self-image, of our very selfish, mythomaniac, arrogant and false personality.

The idolatry fought by the blessed Apostle —in addition to greed— refers to the venerations and blood sacrifices to idols, a very usual custom then, which survives in modern African-American “santeria” (yoruba), for instance.

And the Apostle considers an abomination to participate in such rites and eat the food offerings and remains of the sacrifices offered to idols, called “Theophagy”.

Unfortunately, also the Jews had such a custom, only that they sacrificed animals —cattle, goats, lambs, pigeons, etc.— to the unique and invisible God of Israel, also with his symbols: the star of David, menorah, Tables of the Law, etc.

Our beloved Lord Jesus Christ abolished this religious practice and established the blessing of bread and wine, and He sacrificed himself as the Lamb of God who —nowadays— is...


         17. The formation —incarnation— of the Christ in us does not obey to formal rules, external and superficial, fanatical and pharisaic, sanctimonious and poisonous, lacking in common sense, which often unnecessarily affects our healthy social coexistence, especially with our families.

Many admonishers and critics do not smoke a cigarette or take a drink or go to a dance, or socially coexist with the “impure” of the Gentiles, but they see a woman and undress her with their eyes... and covet her and adulterate with her in their heart (Matthew 5:28) and vice versa women, when they covet men.

However, “Jehovah knows the thoughts of men, that they are vanity.” (Psalm 94:11)

The Christ —the blessed Messiah who comes to redeem us inwardly— is been formed, is truly incarnate within us —men and women— by the cleanness of our thoughts, feelings and actions; that is, following his Triple Path of Liberation (Matthew 16:24)... Amen.

Thus, we achieve within ourselves the miracle of the wedding of Canaan, by transforming the simple water of our very human and imperfect personality, into the sublime wine of the supra-consciousness of the Spirit, and thus we go on Christifying, forming the Christ within us, as our beloved Apostle Paul invites us, with birth-pains.

This crystallization or formation —incarnation— of the Christ within us, is taking place along the path of life —the most rigorous of all the teachers— with great patience, as taught by the World Teacher —Jeshua— The Blessed One: “In your patience you shall possess your souls.” (Luke 21:19)... Amen.


         18. We base ourselves on example, so that is why we are a Christian group of righteousness, of adoration and prayer, deep meditation, serious study of Christian texts, white rites and ceremonies, and sincere practices of Universal Charity... and we are not a simple social-religious-Christian-club.

We understand that the profound Teaching, the Sacred Wisdom of the Apostle Paul, will illuminate our way to the Christ, in a serious, responsible and liberating way of our psychological burdens; and will give us a sincere desire to serve humanity with conscious love.

This Universal Charity is the most exalted of the virtues (Romans 13:1 et seq.) And we fulfill it with joy, giving the Christ Teaching without expecting anything in return...

We are simple people, respectful of Christ, which Teaching we must make flesh and blood within ourselves, here and now... Amen.


         19. We are a serious congregation, which seeks for the self-vigilance and self-correction of our thoughts, feelings and actions, because we know that the secret enemy is outside... but it is also inside us, and we must overcome it!  Denying ourselves, as it is written.

We must deny and destroy our vices or errors, those capital sins, those demons that we carry inside, that embitter our lives personally and socially, and offend The Most High, who is also within us (1 Corinthians 3:16).

Therefore our Father who is in secret may give us the luminous beauty of the opposed virtues to such vices, those blessed lights of conscience, and thus we will be clean vessels to receive the Universal Spirit of Life...

In truth, we only seek to keep our Father who is in secret happy, with right thinking, right feeling and right acting... Amen.


         20. Since the dawn of Christianity, the great apostles Peter and Paul insisted on the sexual correction of the individual as the key of the Teaching:

“For this is the will of God, even your sanctification, that you should abstain from fornication: That every one of you should know how to possess his vessel [symbol of wife] in sanctification and honor; not in the lust of concupiscence, even as the Gentiles which know not God.” (1 Thessalonians 4:3-5)

“Likewise, you husbands, dwell with them according to knowledge [science] giving honor to the wife, as to the weaker vessel, and as being heirs together of the grace of life; that your prayers be not hindered.” (1 Peter 3:7)

And such is our blessed duty... that we must comply with the —also blessed— continuity of purposes, respecting seriously that loving science (knowledge) of the Apostle Peter, which gives honor to the woman with the substantial rules of Leviticus 15 (2, 16, 18, 32 and 33), so that the glorious Cross of our Christian Marriage may flourish as Joseph's rod blossomed when he married Miriam... Amen.

Sacred bond, authentic Cross of Resurrection is the Christian Marriage, and should only be dissolved when is authorized by the New Law, the New Christian Torah (Matthew 5:32 and 19:9), and not according the ancient Jewish Torah, which allowed to repudiate the woman for any reason, due to the hardness of our heart, as it is written.

Christian Marriage is actually the Stone which the builders refused, and is become the head stone of the corner in the New Christian Torah...

This sacred bond, based on the blessed anointed Stone of Jacob that the builders refused, comes to give us wisely —with great purity and patience— the possession of our souls, the formation of the Christ in ourselves...

This is how the words of the blessed Apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 15:40 ff. come to life, because our Christic, heavenly or spiritual bodies are forming within us, so that this corruptible shall have put on incorruption, and this mortal shall have put on immortality.... “This was the Lord's doing, and it is marvelous in our eyes!”... Amen.


         21. We follow the Middle Path, straight through the center —not to the right hand nor to the left— as it is written (Proverbs 4:25-27), and we try to walk prudently with both feet, treating with courtesy and good will both: sheep and goats... (see Philippians 2:15).

And above all, forgiving our trespassers or debtors —those against whom, with a lot of spite and revenge, we say: You owe it to me and you have to pay— so that our Father who is in heaven may also forgive our sins, much more serious than the faults or offenses of our poor debtors...

Certainly, if we forgive men their debts, our heavenly Father will also forgive us (Matthew 6:14 and 15).


         22. We recognize the following rites: baptism, marriage and funeral, as well as the liturgical Agape —also called Mass— and the consecration of temples, deacons and bishops.

All our meetings, conventions and congresses, should be to honor the Divinity and give rejoicing to our Father who is in secret, and watches us closely, and not to do business or give shine to the false personality of anyone.

Divine Personalities are only those of Jesus of Nazareth, Moses, Krishna in India, Buddha, Zoroaster, Lao Tzu, Quetzalcoatl, Viracocha, etc.; true expressions or incarnations of the Universal Cosmic Divinity, which Name is unknown, is unpronounceable... because only He knows it, that is why He is He, as it is written.

These divine incarnations are to remind this adulterous and perverse generation —which continues seeking after a sign— its wrong path, and the fatal outcome of its self-aggression as bio-specie...

Then, we deeply revere all the manifestations of The Most High, whatever the time and place, and we faithfully follow his greatest manifestation in the humble person —without titles or money, as always— of Jeshua, The Blessed One, our beloved Lord Jesus Christ.

Therefore, our Temples must be Christian academies, centers of teaching, of normality and psychological tranquility, of praise and prayer... Temples of true Christic Liturgy... Amen.


         23. We expressly reject the doctrines of error, such as the twisted interpretation —very convenient for mischief— of Romans 3:24, 11:6, 9:32, etc., where according to this, only faith is enough and the deeds of the Law are not needed, because the only faith in Christ forgives everything, even when we do bad —dismal— “deeds”.

They say that as He is all love —yes, but conscious love, with equity and justice, respecting the Law of the Father— that is why He forgives everything, but everything, everything, absolutely everything...

However, as much as we would like, life teaches us that all children have their limitations in front of parents, especially when they offend the Father or the Father's Law.

With this twisted interpretation, under this pretext, many tolerate others and tolerate themselves in their recidivism, and they self-exonerate and self-forgive —sooner or later— of any guilt or sin...

Therefore, according to this twisted criterion, the Christ is at the same time both, accomplice and forgiver of all our sins...

This is not true, since the blessed Apostle Paul is relating to Jewish circumcision, external “deed” or formality set forth in the Torah, the Jewish Law, along with another “deeds of the law”, such as the feeding rules.

That “deed of the Jewish law”, the so-called orthodox from Jerusalem wanted to impose as a requirement to be Christians: First Jews and circumcised, and then Christians (Acts 15:1-2).

Criterion or ordinance that is fought in the whole Epistle to the Romans as “deed of the law”, for the very right reasons set out therein.

And obviously, the blessed Apostle is not being complacent with the crime or justifying sin, under the pretext that only faith is enough...


         24. On the contrary, we make ours the ardent words of the Thirteenth Apostle, our beloved Master Paul of Tarsus, said in that same and identical Epistle:

“But after your hardness and impenitent heart treasure up [accumulate] to yourself wrath against the day of wrath and revelation of the righteous judgment of God; who will render to every man according to his deeds.” (Romans 2:5-6)

He does not say according to his faith, or that faith is enough, but according to his deeds.

Therefore, in accordance with the systematic interpretation of such Epistle, it is very clear that each one pays according to his deeds. It is confirmed in 2 Corinthians 11:15 and 2 Timothy 4:14.

Consequently, faith alone is not enough, but also we must demonstrate our sincere repentance especially with our good deeds, making a real effort to correct ourselves, in order to achieve mercy —the blessed and longed for forgiveness of Jehovah— as it is ratified in the Epistle of James (2:17), as it is written.

Faith saves us insofar as it promotes the accomplishment of good deeds, to free ourselves from the enormous weight of our debts with Divine Justice, by our past —and present— actions and omissions...

Blessed be the Faith and blessed the Hope, and blessed the —very blessed— Charity!... Amen.


         25. It is also written with letters of fire:

“For he is not a Jew, which is one outwardly [appearances and fanaticisms, prohibitions and heavy burdens, sanctimoniousness and prudery, chest beatings and admonitions and condemnations, fake pious poses, false meekness, etc.]; neither is that circumcision, which is outward in the flesh:

But he is a Jew [or true Christian], which is one inwardly; and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit, and not in the letter; whose [the true Christian] praise is not of men [flatterers], but of God.” (Romans 2:28-29).


         26. And even more so, with flaming letters is written, directly by the clean hand of the Apostle Paul:

“An instructor of the foolish, a teacher of babes, which have the form of knowledge and of the truth in the law.

You therefore which teach another, teach you not yourself ?

You that preach a man should not steal, do you steal?

You that say a man should not commit adultery, do you commit adultery?

You that abhor idols, do you commit sacrilege?

You that make your boast of the law [who knows the Bible by heart], through breaking the law dishonor you God? (Romans 2:20-23)


         27. We are a Straight Christian Church, of Authentic Pauline Wisdom, and we do not twist the words of the Thirteenth Apostle.

And we venerate and praise with great sincerity the Christ benefactor, manifested or expressed luminously through the Heart and the Wisdom of “the smallest” of his Apostles: Paulus, from the Latin paucus, “little, small”: Paul; name of humility before the Lord. (1 Corinthians 15:9 and Ephesians 3:8)

Who gave us the greatest example of correction, because first denied and persecuted the Son of the Lord of Hosts —Iehoua Sabaoth— and then praised and preached him until the end of his days, when he died joyfully for the crime of serve the blessed Word...

But, we all carry a Paul of Tarsus within us!, in the depths of our Being ... It is a part of the Hierarchies that within us have the Most High... HE... THAT, which also dwells within us, as it is written (1 Corinthians 3:16).

Let us begin a New Pauline Era, where the love and grace of Christ be expressed through our personal, internal Apostle Paul...

Who is always fighting internally —and with great courage— for our long-awaited salvation... Amen.


         28. With all our heart we long to attain the Peace of Christ, developing the will, and the good will, as it is written (Luke 2:14).

We know that only sparks of true happiness we have in life, but peace can be conquered, glorying the God of heights and searching for peace on earth as men of good will... Amen.

How many times have we praise the God of heaven and searched for the peace of Christ during the day?

Could the day be more upon us, or did we triumph over the day?


         29. We only wish the good for all the suffering humanity, even if it pays badly... That is why humanity suffers, because it pays badly and deviates from its Creator.

And with very good will we try to serve it, just as did the Divine Rabbi of Galilee, Jeshua The Blessed One, our maximum Spiritual Chief, which Name —Word— we will never tire of praising... Amen.


         30. Sincerely and with all our hearts we postulate the wonderful Teaching of the Immortal Christ:

“He that has my commandments, and keeps them, he it is that loves me: and he that loves me shall be loved of my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him.

If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come to him, and make our stayed with him.” (John 14:21 and 23)

Amen! Amen! Amen!