The Book of Quantism
by Darren Cleave
Strong Leadership Is Needed
The Israelites have been too long without firm leadership. They need someone to remind them of who they are and what their purpose is. Ideally, they need someone who is able to replicate the leadership of Moses. The circumstances may be different, but the requirement is the same.
Moses had been a great leader and a spectacular success. The current spiritual leaders have lost their focus. They have adopted the bland and complacent behaviour typical of those who enjoy their position and privilege a little too much; unprepared to risk doing or saying anything that might make them unpopular. Invariably, success as a leader becomes more about popularity than integrity. The Hebrews need a leader that has both character and integrity; one that will provide the strong leadership necessary to rekindle the faith and unity of a troubled nation.
The Book of Enoch was long since deemed inappropriate and discretely hidden away. Nevertheless, the people have not forgotten the promise of a Messiah and are questioning whether now would be a good time for the Messiah to make an appearance.
The Alliance knows the answer is no, now would not be a good time. As much as the Hebrews are obviously in need of inspiring leadership and are feeling rather abandoned by God, the circumstances are not right. It would be an insurmountable challenge, and the number of genetically compatible and spiritually adept Hebrews is still insufficient.
Nevertheless, there is no doubt, if ever divine assistance and reassurance has been needed, it is needed right now. The desperation is palpable, and as a result there has been an influx of egocentric street preachers vying for supremacy; each one hoping to establish themselves as a dominant, if unofficial spiritual mentor. Countless fakes and charlatans are making unfounded claims of divine abilities, knowledge, and spiritual connection. Many are even going so far as to proclaim themselves as the prophesied Messiah. Every street corner has a lay preacher blustering his opinions about the future and how best to approach it. This, decides the Yahweh, is a situation that must be capitalised upon.
With just a little Angelic assistance, one of those aspiring spiritual leaders can be made just a little wiser and more convincing than the rest, before being gently nurtured into dominance. It must be someone local and familiar; someone who will capture the imagination of the Israelites and bring them back into order. It won’t take much, just a nudge in the right direction. The Hebrews may be faltering, but if they can survive for just a few more generations, their numbers will be substantial enough to proceed with the final stage of the plan.
A series of Hebrew females are quietly taken so that tests can be conducted. Eventually, The Alliance manage to produce a number of foetuses that are suitably programmed for the task of becoming the next spiritual leader of the Hebrews.
As clearly as is possible, the women are informed of the scheme they are involved in. The Angels do all they can to alleviate the distress by explaining what a vital role the women are about to play in the future of their people.
Eventually, despite a few minor logistical complications, a number of special children are born within the region. The children are to be given space and time to develop normally; there is no need to complicate their lives at this stage. Soon enough they will discover for themselves that they are different. When that time arrives, the most suitable candidate will be selected to enter a period of training. The rest will continue with their lives as normal members of the community.
The birth of Yeshua is a rather controversial event, with his mother gaining a degree of notoriety regarding rumours of a conception that involved the direct intervention of God… as opposed to her husband to be. An explanation with which her husband quite inexplicably concurs.
Eventually the controversy passes, and the first thirty years of Yeshua’s life progresses quite uneventfully, with no further reason to suspect there is anything different or special about him.
His implanted knowledge and tendencies cause him to take a keen interest in Judaism and the scriptures, but although his natural aptitude impresses the religious leaders, it is just considered to be the product of youthful enthusiasm.
Eventually however, his wisdom and knowledge begin to draw attention to him; not just from the people who positively admire his methods of explaining the scriptures, but also more negatively from the religious leaders, who are rather irritated by his criticism and his insistence that their methods and associations contravene the instructions of the Torah.
Eventually, it is Yeshua that is chosen to represent the Angels. His mother of course, has always insisted that Yeshua is the Messiah and the son of God, but so have many other hopeful Hebrew mothers. Mary of course, is technically correct, as is the mother of Yeshua’s cousin John, who would have been preferred by the UCC had he not already established himself as a popular Baptist.
Yeshua has good qualities. He is calm, softly spoken, intelligent, and patient. He has charisma, empathy, and a mastery of words that casts a hypnotic effect over his increasing number of followers. The observing Angels can see it is time for Yeshua to be made aware of his true purpose.
The process is initiated by the UCC, which subtly implants information into Yeshua’s normal dreams. Shortly after, when Yeshua is comfortable with the concept, direct contact is made. He is instructed to venture alone into the desert where he is met by the Angels and given comprehensive instruction.
Yeshua is told very little about the long-term objectives, but it is made clear just how important his immediate role will be in moulding the future of Humanity. It will be his job to reunite the tribes, to re-establish the faith and restore their confidence. He will give the Israelites first-hand assurance that God has not abandoned them, and that their future is safe; but this time it will be done peacefully, with no aggression, no challenge to local authority or confrontation of any kind. Critically, Yeshua must make it abundantly clear that he is simply a prophet of God and an advocate of peace, but that he is definitely not the Messiah.
Initially, things go very well. Yeshua, who is already a confident individual, is made even more self-assured by the knowledge he has the power of God behind him. He rapidly establishes himself as a prophet, with his wisdom and charisma proving to be highly effective assets.
As he travels, he quickly gathers a tight group of close companions. They give him protection and assistance as his followers rapidly increase in number.
Keeping track of his progress is challenging for the Angels, and it is during a period of poor contact that things start to go wrong.
It begins when the followers of Yeshua begin listening to his mother’s claims. She is still insisting that Yeshua is the Messiah; and now, many of his enthusiastic followers are beginning to refer to him as the Messiah too. It is understandable, they are desperate, and Yeshua seems an ideal candidate.
His instructions had been clear: Under no circumstances was he to assume the role of Messiah. It was imperative that he remained a prophet, a wise and gifted prophet, but nothing more.
Unfortunately, vanity takes hold. Yeshua likes the idea of being the Messiah; the God given leader of the Israelites. After all, that is what he is becoming; that is what the people, his people, are adopting him as. It seems a perfectly natural progression, even if it doesn’t adhere to what he was told… directly… by God himself.
It isn’t so much that he is claiming to be the Messiah, as much as he isn’t denying it. He foolishly concludes that if God disapproves of how the situation is progressing, he will let Yeshua know.
Part of Yeshua’s training had been preparing to work without guidance; learning self-discipline and how to recognise and understand the egotistical Devil within his mind, but the Devil has picked its moment. It is resourceful and has struck without warning, delivering what will be a devastating blow. Yeshua is about to make a catastrophic error. He is popular, but he is embracing an illusion. Those around him are passionate supporters, but they are a tiny minority, and they are encouraging him to overestimate his significance.
The prospect of having a potential Messiah in their midst causes rumours to spread like wildfire. Yeshua’s notoriety begins to grow exponentially, and along with it, his egotistical confidence. He begins to believe the rumours himself, and before long, allows himself to be promoted from a wise prophet to, not only the prophesied Messiah, but to what his mother has always insisted he is, an incarnation of God himself: The son of God. Why not, he knows it is true.
Everything happens so quickly. Too quickly for the Angels, even for the UCC, to intervene. The situation rapidly develops into something that Yeshua simply does not have the capacity to deal with.
In allowing himself to be referred to as the Messiah and son of God, Yeshua is condoning what many see as blasphemy, which enrages the religious leaders. It also provokes the Roman authorities by suggesting that, as king of the Hebrews, Yeshua is a greater authority than they are.
It is an unmitigated disaster. The hands of the Roman authorities are tied, they cannot allow this to pass, especially when considering how the local Hebrew authorities are equally exasperated.
In a vain attempt to maintain his pride and dignity, or to possibly demonstrate his misguided loyalty towards the people who support his Messianic status, Yeshua makes matters much worse by refusing to deny the claims; futilely believing his alien overseers will come racing to his rescue.
The help Yeshua needs is not going to arrive. Mainly because the Angels are unaware of what is happening; but even if they were, they couldn’t intervene. They may have promised to assist in demonstrations of his mystical abilities, but that was only to happen using subtle means and at predetermined times and places.
This crisis is an entirely different matter. Alien intervention at this point would be too visible, and the consequences would be disastrous. It would not only throw the Human perception of reality into complete chaos, it would attract the attention of the Demons, almost certainly triggering the inevitable holy war, but at an entirely inappropriate time.
It is most unfortunate, but Yeshua has sealed his own fate. The punishment will be swift and decisive: Death by crucifixion.
The Roman authorities hold a degree of sympathy for Yeshua. He seems entirely lost and misguided. They even try to arrange a pardon, but Yeshua stubbornly refuses to comply. His fate is sealed. He has challenged the authority of the Romans and unjustifiably assumed authority over the religious leaders of his own people. Outside his relatively small band of followers, Yeshua has offended everyone by making claims he has no means of verifying.
End of Chapter 45
The book of Quantism
by Darren Cleave