Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
Iconography: The process of guiding and informing human relationships and interactions through outward political, religious, and social ideological and pictorial representations or symbolic forms.
Christonomy: Human relationships and interactions guided and informed solely through the direct intuitive experience of immanent or inherent Presence of the spirit of Christ itself in itself ... a coming out of representational forms and into the thing itself which outward forms…Continue
Added by Keith Saylor on 4th mo. 10, 2019 at 1:33pm — No Comments
I am ever thankful for those early Quakers who, through the inshining Spirit, were come out of the process of idenitification with and participation in outward forms to guide and informs their relationships, laid down their testimonies in writing. For by so doing, they make it possible for those of us today who share the same spiritual experience to expose to our contemporaries that the Spirit was ministering in such a way even from the very beginnings of the…Continue
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Robert Rich published a pamphlet in 1678 titled Hidden Things brought to Light or the Discord of the Grand Quakers Among Themselves. Discovered: In some Letters, Papers, and Passages written to and from George Fox, James Nayler, and John Perrott; Wherein may be seen the Cause and Ground of their Differences, and falling out: And what manner of Spirit moved and acted Each of Them.
I am currently scribing (as opposed to keyboarding) this…Continue
Added by Keith Saylor on 3rd mo. 21, 2019 at 4:00pm — No Comments
A walk through time out of Time. Manifesting those Quakers out of all Appearances.
Thirty years ago, I had an experience of seeing a different way of being, conscience and consciousness. It was a glimpse of a glimpse that held fast and true in the far periphery of Life; kissing consciousness. In that moment, I became Quaker. However, Quaker of a different sort.
For twenty years I have attended Quaker Assemblies of various sorts. There was a time I almost sought membership in…Continue
Imagine this happened to you:
You are reading a book on a park bench and someone walks up to you and punches your arm then yells at you saying, “Hey you hit me.”
Can anyone come up with a word for this behavior? I’m struggling to find a word that is right on target. Hypocrisy doesn’t seem to fit.
Thank you, Keith
In 1673 a letter from an anonymous Quaker was published. This letter expressed the writer’s concern that those who were establishing outward structure to guide and inform the gathering were usurping the prerogative of the inshining Spirit itself in itself to rule and guide the gathering in and through the conscience and consciousness of people by forcing people in the gathering to follow their rule. He accused those establishment forces, who were admonishing or contending for submission to…Continue
In the year 1680, William Rogers published “The Christian Quaker Distinguished from the Apostate & Innovator, in Five Parts” as a response to what many Quakers at the time understood to be an introduction of a peremptory spirit into the gathering led by George Fox. This categorical process was manifested by George Fox’s establishment of outward institutional forms and prescriptions, the adherence to which, was enforced through ridicule and demonization and other activities over against…Continue
Added by Keith Saylor on 9th mo. 12, 2018 at 12:00pm — No Comments
ResearchNotes, Code:DisFirWis, Naylor, Creature, forebearance, condescension
The second man is spiritually begotten by the Spirit of the immortal seed, is the express image of the Father; he knows the Father and is known of him, not by relation of the creature but by the in dwelling of God in him, and he in him, according to that measure of the light revealed in him. (A Disovery of the First Wisdom from Beneath and the Second Wisdom from Above. By James Naylor,…Continue
Added by Keith Saylor on 6th mo. 16, 2018 at 3:27pm — No Comments
The inshining presence of God and the birth of awareness and morality that is come out of outward political and religious conceptual and institutional forms and into immanent Presence itself in itself.
I am come into the presence of God and this presence is discovered and is discovering to me way of being wherein that inshining presence itself is sufficient in itself to anchor awareness and to guide and inform moral and ethical sense non-conceptually. Through the…Continue
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Research Notes: George Fox, Researchcode: geofoxjournalpt2pg3331709ed
In 1678 George Fox was moved to write a paper against those Quakers who opposed the Godily established order and disciple in the Quaker gathering. Fox says these Quakers who opposed the divinely given order of the Quakers “deny Prescriptions without distinction.”
To deny Prescriptions without distinction is to not differentiate between those outward prescriptions that are divinely given and those…Continue
Added by Keith Saylor on 5th mo. 13, 2018 at 7:21pm — No Comments
Research Notes: Code:jamnayadotfw1653, James Naylor, Inherent Being
In 1653 James Naylor wrote:
“The second man [second Adam] is spiritually begotten by the spirit of the immortal seed, is the expresse Image of the Father, he knows the Father and is known of him, not by relation of the Creature, but by the in-dwelling of God in him …”
Source: James Naylor, A Discovery of the First WISDOM from Beneath, and the Second WISDOM from Above or, The…Continue
Added by Keith Saylor on 4th mo. 30, 2018 at 2:38pm — No Comments
It happens that the Spirit of Christ makes visitation upon our consciousness and conscience and his Image is come and we can witness the second coming, the Daystar, within our consciousness. The formation of the inshining Image or Presence within initiates a shift in the very nature of consciousness and conscience. The witness and awareness of Christ’s inshining Presence manifests a way of being wherein consciousness and personal identity is established in the forming Image of Christ itself…Continue
Added by Keith Saylor on 4th mo. 28, 2018 at 2:12pm — No Comments
George Fox, writing from Amsterdam in 1677, admonished Quakers against being draw into outward ceremony and observances. He wrote:
Where did ever Christ or his Apostles command any Believers, or Christians to observe Holy-dayes, or Feast-days; and let us see where it is written in the Scriptures of the New Testament, in the four Evangelists, or Epistles, or the Revelations? That ever Christ or his Apostles gave the Christians and such…
Research Notes, Geroge Fox, John Pennymen, John Perrot, Robert Rich
I am currently keyboarding Robert Rich’s [R.R.]collection of letters written by George Fox, James Naylor, John Perrot, and Robert Rich, wherein the the nature of the discord between Fox, Naylor, and Perrot is manifested. The full text will appear here and will also be published archive.org. For now I wanted to share something from a letter written to George Fox from Robert Rich. By the way, Robert Rich, was a Quaker…Continue
Why I am come out of the valuation of International Women’s Day or other outward ceremonies and holidays.
I am come out of the valuation of outwardly contrived political and religious ceremonies through the appearance of the inshining spirit of Christ upon my conscience and consciousness. Through this inshining experience of immanent presence of Christ, it is discovered to me a conscience and consciousness that is informed solely through participation in and identity with the…Continue
Added by Keith Saylor on 3rd mo. 9, 2018 at 12:35pm — No Comments
The rule, government and authority of immanent Presence fractures the rule, government, and authority of algorithmically established engagement.
In a recent post on Twitter Julian Assange wrote of the process of algorithmically preying on the people’s existing biases to increases engagement.
An algorithm is defined broadly as a step by step procedure or function for solving a problem or accomplishing an some end within a finite number…Continue
Added by Keith Saylor on 2nd mo. 21, 2018 at 1:21pm — No Comments
A recent post on quakerquaker (http://www.quakerquaker.org/profiles/blogs/sa-ed-atshan-on-the-quaker-practice-of-embracing-conflict?xg_source=activity) shares a summary of an interview published in Friends Journal. In that interview these words are published.
In peace and conflict studies, we teach our students to…
Added by Keith Saylor on 2nd mo. 12, 2018 at 4:43pm — No Comments
Through the inshining witness of immanent Presence (God) upon the conscience it is discovered that the very act of engaging in and identifying with the outward political contrivance of peace, in itself, creates and nurtures the occasion for war. In the Power, peace is an experience that is come and that is coming in the conscience and consciousness. Immanent Presence itself in itself, living in the conscience, and the activity of living in the power in all things and circumstances in daily…Continue
Today, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is pleased to announce the formation of a new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division in the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR). The announcement will take place at an event at HHS headquarters from 10:30 a.m. to noon. It will be livestreamed here. Speakers will include Acting Secretary Eric D. Hargan, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Representative Vicky Hartzler, Senator James Lankford, OCR Director Roger Severino, and…Continue
Added by Keith Saylor on 1st mo. 19, 2018 at 1:03pm — No Comments
It was very hot and humid with no breeze. Pete Moss and Random Hazard were in a very small hut which a local villager had transformed into a bar like establishment. Pete and Random were excited over the day’s events. Early in the morning they had climbed into a giant Bullet Tree, near the Central American village, that grew along a lagoon.
They were interested in the mini eco-systems anchored by the epiphytes that grew on the huge branches of the Bullet Tree. Specifically,…Continue
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