Winter Newsletter

Joseph defines the spirit or god as a vibratory thought carried on light coming from out in the universe. The thought vibration is engraved into the atoms in our earth’s atmosphere, the same atoms we eat, drink and breathe, that eventually form the human construction. This intelligent vibratory thought, or the Word, is deposited in the human subconscious. The Word is the intelligent spirit we all carry within us that creates us and stays with us each moment of our lives. In Henry’s case, Henry’s spirit or personal god has a name, Joseph. Joseph has come “open” to Henry’s human consciousness and speaks to and through him.

In Chapter 1, you will read Henry’s story. He gives a short biography on who he is and then he begins to tell you how he came to “open” to his spirit or god. Henry feels great inner despair and grief over the stance the United States Government holds toward the American Indian. He is sad and at a low point when he begins to pray to the rocks on the mountain he is laboring to obtain stone for his work as a stonemason. He asks for wisdom–knowledge. Henry comes down from the mountains and begins a mission he is unaware will deliver him to “open” to his subconscious mind, his spirit–soul or his god, Joseph.

The “command mission” Henry undertakes is a trial–test and tribulation urged upon by his spirit–soul. Henry’s physical body, through the emotions and fears, puts him in a trance state he calls “lucifed” for Lucifer or the Devil. This struggle between good and evil, or the positive and negative energies in all humans, is the test Henry goes through to open to his god, Joseph. Henry’s god and Henry’s devil, or his emotions and fears, test him until, in despair, he throws himself in front of a car and dies. After death, Joseph brings Henry back to life. Henry returning to life and Joseph subsequent “arising” to Henry’s consciousness is called the resurrection. The resurrection of the spirit from its grave in the subconscious is the hallmark of the Judgement Day people speak of but never truly understand. The dialogue of Henry’s trial–test and tribulation is in Appendix I.

Joseph’s message is notice to those who are being commanded by the devil or the negative emotions and fears that is resulting in the poison destroying our societies’ peace and goodwill. Your spirit is the judge living in your subconscious recording all you do each moment of your life. Joseph tells us the trial–test and tribulation of Henry is an illustration of how the spirit–soul will arise in all humankind. Before the spirit in you awakens, he will judge you as a human. Joseph explains his resurrection, as Henry’s spirit–soul, comes early to warn of the impending destruction of the earth’s people. Joseph comes to offer hope to passover the judgement coming.


1. Do not violate (hurt or harm) your fellow humans. 2. Give your blessings, thanks, and praise to your fellow humans. 3. Forgive. To live in peace, forgiveness has to occur. 4. Communicate with your spirit/soul (within each of you).