Warm blew the winds of Terralee, the earth which God did make at the edge of distant
Heaven; and on that earth did there come forth the first of mortal men through Mother
Earth and Father Time, according to the will of God;
Summary: Terralee was the name given to the first mortal world implemented by the
First God, Areta and The One, as a schooling environment for the progression of their
spirit children. The planet was located in a galaxy lying on the outer rim of the
Eternal Round, far opposite of where Areta and The One had established their domain
(4:5:1-2), which domain later developed into the Telestial Kingdom, the first realm
Unlike the birthplace of God, referred to as the world of the First Power, the world
of Terralee was created by God and governed by laws established for the benefit and
well-being of their spirit children. The world of the First Power was not created
by God and was host to all manner of chaos and suffering resulting from natural disasters.
The God-created world of Terralee differed in that the elements and forces of the
planet were governed by an earth spirit commissioned by God to protect human life
from any harm arising from the natural forces of the planet (4:5:3-11; El-Kai-Terra).
With the assistance of the Cherubim, First God devised a system wherein consenting
spirit children would live a specific number of mortal lives throughout seven distinct
dispensations (4:9:21-34). This process is one aspect of what God calls the Hodos
Alea: the pathway of eternal progression. Each dispensation was intended to offer
specific teachings that would accommodate the advancement of human societies and
the maturation of God’s spirit children (4:6:13-57). Every two thousand years, God
would incarnate as a mortal human to initiate a new dispensation and provide teachings
that would both clarify and add upon the guidance of past dispensational leaders
(4:6:55-57). The dispensations would begin only after “tabernacles of the natural
man” had been brought forth through the processes of evolution (4:5:11-12; 4:6:1-5).
At this juncture, God descended to the world of Terralee as Adamilus and Evelah to
initiate the first of seven dispensations (4:6:58-60; 4:7:1-65).
The objectives and methods described in the 4thEndowment offer a general perspective
regarding the aims and designs of dispensationalism, and the structure underlying
the first Offices of the House of Mithron, and the Houses of El Shalon and El Shaloah
(4:9:1-63). The scriptural portrayal of dispensationalism on the world of Terralee
serves as a template for the process of eternal progression. Scriptural study will
reveal that the process has been adapted to accommodate the challenging circumstances
unique to our world, the world of the First Power.
Calendar Year of Terralee
A year on the world of Terralee was comprised of exactly four hundred and twenty
days. Mother Evelah established a calendar for the Enoshahim (evolutionary modern
humans), organizing the year into twelve months of five weeks of seven days (4:7:46-47).
Evelah and Adamilus also appointed festivals for the solstices and equinoxes of the
Dispensational Leaders of Terralee
The First God, as represented by Areta and The One, lived mortal lives on the world
of Terralee to teach and guide their spirit children. They established the template
of dispensationalism and served as the “arch-type for all the offices found in the
Houses of El Shalon and El Shaloah”, including the offices of the Holy Spirit and
the Emmanuel (AZC — House of El Shalon/El Shaloah).
“It is during the mortal life of the Emmanuel that the Heavenly Mother, in her role
as the Holy Spirit, whispers into the hearts of mortal children, bearing witness
to them of the divine nature of the Emmanuel. This practice was first begun by The
One and Areta on the world of Terralee. (In point of fact, they were the arch-type
for all the offices found in the Houses of El Shalon and El Shaloah.) In some instances
a Heavenly Mother might choose to enter a specific mortality, just to be with her
Beloved and to aid him as he sets about fulfilling his divine commission. This tradition
first began with Abbahdon and Gaia, and continued in the lives of Yeshua and Mary.”
[...] “In its earliest days, the Adamic language had no name for itself. Areta never
thought to give a name to the collection of sounds which constituted her language.
Neither did God think to name the language which was spoken between The One and Areta,
or even between themselves and the Cherubim. It is always the ‘outsider’ who gives
a name to someone else’s language. The Adamic language received its name from the
first mortal world ever to be created by God: Terralee. It was the Enoshahim on Terralee
who first named the language of Adamilus and Evelah; and throughout the endless halls
of eternity, the name has stuck.”
So God did leave the world of the First Heaven, and together did The One and Areta
appear as a man and a woman most beautiful and rare; and in the world of Terralee
did they walk upon the earth, being themselves husband and wife. And the children
of men did come from afar to see them, and seeing the form and goodness of God among
them, they were filled with deep and reverent awe at the greatness of their grace