The Millennium Chronicles Chapter 2: The Final Village

“They are ready and waiting, my Lord,” Prince Yaván said to Lucifer. The sound of thousands of Adamites from the village of Koinonia, eager to hear how they could be liberated from Adonai, filled the air. The sky was uncharacteristically dark. A shadow lingered in every place where Lucifer was welcomed. He had come to the village to personally oversee the final persuasion, as there was no room for mistakes. He was the father of lies,[1] and no one could spin them as he could.

The villagers could see the two beings with brilliant shining bodies decorated with gemstones walking toward their village. Their radiance had a cold bluish hue; it felt almost ominous as if the light were hiding a shadow of darkness. Many perceived them as standing taller and nobler than any Adamite. One of the two exuded an air of great power, confidence, and authority characteristic of the anticipated Great Liberator.

“I have been encouraging them to follow their passions and pride for the past year,” Prince Yaván reported. “This entire land including this village has been waiting for you, their Great Liberator, to come and set them free from the upside-down kingdom of Yeshua!”

“Who founded this village of ‘Koinonia’?” Lucifer inquired.

“A certain immortal named Antipas was the founder and ruler of the village of Koinonia. He was one of ten whom Yeshua granted authority over such villages on account of his loyal and faithful service in the previous age. Though there were many men named Antipas in the former age, I believe it may have been the very same Antipas that we so meticulously disposed of in Pergamum, where your throne was. He held fast to the name of Yeshua and would not deny his loyalty to him,[2] even though we turned up the heat unmercifully.”

“Antipas,” Lucifer said, remembering the many mortals he had destroyed throughout the millennia. “Of course I remember him–he was ‘well-done’ when he finally passed through the veil. If he founded this village then I suspect that same devotion and loyalty must still be present. Tell me more about him.”

“As an immortal equal in power and knowledge to an Angel,” Prince Yaván began, “he directed the early mortal villagers in the building of the roads and bridges and all the infrastructure of Koinonia. He taught them how to work together and to consider the needs of others[3] by assisting in the construction of one another’s homes,[4] made of crystal, gold, lapis lazuli, gemstones, and other abundant resources.”

“I can see the infrastructure!” barked Lucifer. “What else do you know about him?”

“When a disagreement arose among the villagers, Antipas was the one who heard their complaints and because his authority was given to him by Yeshua, his decisions were binding.[5] He believed the greatest and most exciting times of the year were when they went to celebrate the feasts of Adonai. For centuries they used to go up to Adonai’s mountain, ​​​​​​to the house of the King of Jacob, ​​​​​​so he could teach them his requirements, ​​​​​​and they could follow his standards.”[6]

“With such a foundation, what makes you think that they will join our rebellion now?” Lucifer asked with concern.

“I perceive that they will offer no resistance, my Lord,” Prince Yaván said. “They appear willfully ignorant of the former times and share none of the loyalty to Yeshua like the survivors who went through the time of the Hebrews’ Trouble, nor the early generations. Unlike these villagers, the first villagers of Koinonia, who had only weeks earlier come out of the time of the Hebrews’ Trouble, truly appreciated the things that were missing in their village.”

Prince Yaván pointed to the doors which did not have a lock and key mechanism.

“They valued that locks were no longer necessary on doors, nor was intense labor required to obtain the raw materials necessary to produce such devices. As survivors of the previous age, they also valued the absence of extreme temperatures on the earth. They appreciated that everything was different in the kingdom of Yeshua: there were no obstacles to overcome, no wars to win,[7] no diseases to cure, no crimes to solve, no factories to manage.

“The first villagers also valued how the degeneration was gone from the earth and how it now yielded great quantities of food with very little effort,”[8] he said, pointing to a bushel of oranges and then a bushel of plums and another of grapes. The fruit, slightly dry from lack of rain, still looked delicious. “The villagers here and now have no concept of what they have,” he added, pointing again to fruit trees all around with dry, withered fruit. “They do not understand the mouth-watering taste of the fruit in this age that no chemical or fertilizer of the old age could approximate. They don’t understand that with no insects to infest or weeds to compete with, no insecticides or herbicides are needed.”

“The first villagers brought here by Antipas recognized that the professions they once held were no longer needed, “ Yaván continued. “There were no doctors, surgeons, or nurses because there was no sickness or disease. They were glad that the old economy was gone, never to return.[9]

“These current villagers, however, have no recollection of the previous age for the most part and increasingly are controlled by their own appetites. They will believe whatever you tell them because they love the darkness more than they love light![10] Over the past year I have observed them and they have become haters of Adonai, proud and boastful.[11] They also complain about having to take their wealth to the New Jerusalem and how unfair it is that the Hebrews receive it.”

“Then they have been waiting for me, their Great Liberator, to come and set them free from the upside-down kingdom of Yeshua!” Lucifer stated flatly. “It is just as I told you in the Abyss: ‘The greater serving the lesser is foolishness,’[12] which I have always fought against, and these Adamites appear to agree.”

“It is not as though you desire to be the greatest,” Prince Yaván flattered, “you simply are the greatest.[13] The Adamites ought to be serving you, and now they desire you to be their master.”

“Oh, how we were betrayed those seven thousand years ago!” lamented Lucifer. “I remember well the day Adonai formed the worm! The betrayal was not forming a body from the dirt, the adamáh that resembled himself, or even when Adonai condescendingly slouched over Dusty and breathed into him.[14] It was when he gave such a lowly creature complete dominion of the earth[15] and then expected us, his glorious messengers of flaming fire,[16] to be servants[17] of Dusty and his kind!”

“It was so easy,” Prince Yaván callously smirked, “convincing Adam and his helper to violate Adonai’s directive, which merely proved how unworthy they were of our service.”

“I remember the looks on their Adamite faces when they realized their folly. The moment everything changed for all time. That moment was priceless,” Lucifer recalled, despising them in his heart.

“And you were right to expose them!” Prince Yaván said. “They and their kind are worthless pieces of dirt, bits of dust ready to disintegrate back into the ground from which they came. Naturally, when you, the paragon of form and beauty, the very one that Adonai created as the sum of all things, the paradigm against which all else was measured, the epitome of wisdom and beauty,[18] were expected to act like a slave to the one made of dust,[19] then it was apparent that Adonai had transgressed his own laws of hierarchy – that is the very essence of evil! We, your lesser brothers, shared your outrage over such a scheme to enslave all of us to an inferior race. We are the greatest of Adonai’s achievements and we serve no one,” Prince Yaván said with contempt.

“A glorious day it was when they began dying,” Lucifer gloated. “They no longer absorbed and emitted Adonai’s light[20] and had to hide themselves when Adonai came looking for them.[21] They were overcome by death, which eventually left their bodies separated from their life-force and hence separated from their beloved Adonai.”

“It worked so easily and all according to your brilliant plan,” said Prince Yaván. “Thanks to you we were freed from having to serve the worms. Never again would they be able to exist in his presence[22]–that is, were it not for Yeshua.”

Lucifer grimaced. “Yes, but Yeshua’s deed cannot be repeated; thus Adonai has played his ace.[23] There will be no way for him to counteract the treason the Adamites are now committing.”[24] Lucifer sighed with satisfaction.

“And now billions of the Adamites have joined us, demonstrating once and for all the foolishness of the race of Adam and the inverted economy of Adonai,” Prince Yaván scoffed. “Adonai loves the Adamites and even relinquished his life-force for them and yet they will be delighted to have you back.”

In the village center, a man stepped up onto a beautifully-crafted platform made of sapphire and diamond. “They are almost here!” he shouted excitedly. Korah, the oldest person in the village, still looked youthful even at 870 years old.[25]

The villagers erupted in anticipation and excitement.

 

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[1] John 8:44

[2] Rev 2:13

[3] Phil 2:4

[4] Isa 65:22

[5] Rev 20:6

[6] Isa 2:3; Zech 8:21

[7] Mic 4:3

[8] Isa 65:21; Gen 3:19

[9] Isa 43:18; Isa 65:20; Zech 13:1

[10] John 3:19

[11] Rom 1:30

[12] Mark 9:35, 10:44; 1Cor 1:18

[13] Isa 14:12-14; 66:4

[14] Gen 2:7

[15] Ps 8

[16] Ps 104:4

[17] Heb 1:14

[18] Ezek 28:12-19

[19] Mark 9:35; 10:44; Heb 1:14

[20] Around 1923 Ukrainian Biologist Alexander Gurwitsh discovered that living things such as onions and yeast produced an ultra-weak photon emission. This was confirmed around 1950 by Russian scientists who discovered an “ultraweak photon emission” from living organisms and was further confirmed independently of the previous finding by Italian nuclear physicists L. Colli et al., who in 1955 “by chance discovered a ‘bioluminescence’ of seedlings.” See Douglas Hamp, Corrupting the Image, Defender Publishing, 2011. Pg. 58

[21] Prov 13:9, 20:20, 24:20; Job 18:5, 21:17; Dan 12:3; Mat 13:43; Rev 19:8; Gen 3:8

[22] Exod 34:29-33

[23] Rom 6:10; Heb 9:28; 1Pet 3:18

[24] Heb 6:6

[25] 2Tim 4:10