Chapter 24



“Reincarnation,” said Cameron.

“One can only attain salvation by breaking the cycle of rebirth in the physical realm.  This is why Jesus, the son of the good God, was sent to earth, to show man the way to salvation.  Jesus performed the consolamentum on his disciples and they in turn performed the right on others, placing their hands on those receiving the sacrament and saying a prayer.  What you are watching is the literal transference of the holy spirit from Lady Mani to Nicole as the holy spirit, descended from heaven, has been transferred by touch all the way back to Jesus.”

“All the way back to Jesus?” asked Cameron.

“An unbroken line of salvation.  In 2 Corinthians 4:4, the New Testament says ‘the God of this world has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ.’  Our Lord Jesus was discarnate like his father.  Jesus was a life-giving spirit that only appeared human,” said Marie.

“He wasn’t?”

“No.  This sacrament is very special.  The purpose of man’s life on Earth is to transcend matter, perpetually renouncing anything connected with the Rex Mundi, and attaining union with the God of love.  This is Nicole’s transition from Credentes to Perfect. There are only two ways to become a Perfect.  To be deemed worthy after a long period of preparation and instruction as Nicole or as a request on the deathbed.”

“Like last rites?”

“Very much.  The last rites of the Catholic Church are modeled after the Consolamentum.  With the sacrament Nicole will gain true salvation and the ability to lead others to salvation.”

Lady Mani took a black book, old yet not tattered, from next to her pillow and raised the tome in both hands above Nicole’s head.  Though there was no writing that Cameron could see, he believed the book to be a Bible.  Lady Mani began to speak in Latin, “Benedicite, Benedicite, Domine Deus, Pater bonorum spirituum, adjuva nos in ommibus quae facere voluerimus.”

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