The basic confession of filognosy


1 - I was by birth called into existence.

2 - I am the co-creator of this text, also I stand for this text.

3 - My father is called time and my mother is called matter.

4 - I am a person, an integrity of reason and logic.

5 - I have the capacity to reason and my law is logic.

6 - My integrity is the love of my father and mother.

7 - I am a child of time, space and matter, for matter, with the force field of the ether, in love mixed with time.

8 - I am male, therefore of time.

9 - I am female, therefore of matter.

10 - The soul is neither male nor female and above time; the soul is the essence of what I am and share: the ethereal connecting element.

11 - My love is the integrity of the consciousness of time, the love of time, the order of time.
12 - Love was there before all, since it made my father and mother make me.

13 - Love is the source of all existence

14 - I am indebted to love, since it is from love that I profit.

15 - Love is my God, and so am I am obliged to God.

16 - God is complete, the whole; I, as a part, are thus incomplete.

17 - God made time and matter love, and His love became me, the creator and maintainer of this text.

18 - I am the love of God called into being for the integrity of reason and logic to create and maintain.

19 - My law thus is logic and so is my logic the servant of reason.

20 - The purpose of reason, causal with a certain type of logic, is to remember the source of my existence: love.

21 - Love is the true nature and purpose of all reasoning.

22 - Unreasonability is no love, but in fact hate: conscious resentment leading to destruction; destruction of consciousness which thus results in ignorance

23 - Hate is the ignorance of the demon, the devil, the enemy, the evil and the darkness.

24 - The operation of hate is not so much the heated negativity, but rather the coldhearted and ignorant; the hate against nature is specifically coldhearted and calculating.

25 - Ignorance of animals is not called hate but indifference; the indifference of the god-conscious is concentration and absorption.

26 - I exist to be a human being by dint of the reason which, to conquer hate, is for the love based upon the values fundamental to the spiritual knowledge: truth, purity, penance and compassion.

27 - I do not fight others with illusions, I fight illusions with others.

28 - The purpose of heaven is defined by consideration and care.

29 - The operation of love is knowledge; lust is the unregulated thereof.

30 - The love for, and stablitity with knowledge is the purpose of the order of time.

31 - The natural creation of the sun, moon and stars is the measure for the order of time, love of knowledge thereof is known by the one word of filognosy.

32 - The purpose of my life is to serve the integrity of filognosy and thus be happy with others of the same conviction

33 - Thus filognosy was created as the love of knowledge about the natural creation.

34 - I as a (co-)creator of filognosy are called a scientist in fighting illusion

35 - As a scientist I respect the four forms of causality and the fields of action, internal as wel as external.

36 - As for the cause I reason as well to the time as to the person, as to the manifestation, as to the norm.

37 - Concerning the fields of action do I externally move at home in private, out downtown in free association, at my work according contract, and in defined associations or clubs to agreement; internally it is a matter of equilibrium in the daily activities.

38 - I acknowledge the existence of more than one creator; for parents may beget more than one child.

39 - After my material birth am I reborn of filognosy.

40 - Other sons and daughters than me may create different, they may be the reborn of other concepts of existence.

41 - The duty of the sons is to be brothers - just as daughters should be sisters - and live in love for their common parents.

42 - When the father is Time and the mother is Matter, is earth the home of the sons and daughters.

43 - Sons and daughters must be fathers and mothers to the younger ones.

44 - The order at home is the natural order of time, the order of God.

45 - When the societal; order deviates from the order of God, do I have the duty to remember the order of God and represent and reflect that order in my behavior.

46 - The one reborn of filognosy is called a filognostic.

47 - The filognostic had a life before this one and is thus also in that sense known by the old name.

48 - One was reborn for the soul to be aware of the filognosy of the order of time.

49 - One became a filognostic for the love of the foundation of happiness, so that all would be happy and secure.

50 - God is known by His creation, His creators, the mothers of creation and by oneself as being part and parcel.

51 - The creators and mothers have to acknowledge God as the oneness in the diversity of their cultures and the natural creation.

52 - A culture of acknowledging the oneness of the Original Person of God is required.

53 - God is a person because, just as with day and night, the personal of God cannot be separated from the impersonal of Him.

54 - The culture is to gather with the order of the moon, the sun and the celestial sky, to meditate, sing, read about, discuss and celebrate the glory of God, the labor, the club and free association.

55 - The glory of God is known by different creators and thus are there different cultures.

56 - The cultures have each their place in history, one following the other with different mellows of relating to the manifestations of the Original Person.

57 - New cultures of God rise to necessity when old ones together with their heroes have died for their fixations.

58 - It is the duty of the creators to keep the cultures, that are set to the natural order of time, always dynamic to the will of God, for God is life.

59 - The Original Person of God is in manifestation called the Fortunate One.

60 - The Fortunate One manifests as the integrity of the basic disciplines of space, matter and time,

61 - The discipline to the space is, in respect of the force field of cyclic and linear time that is the ether, to be orderly with the Absolute Spirit of the Creator.

62 - The discipline to the matter is for the incarnated person to destroy the ignorance of being fixed, and remember the love and light of the living being.

63 - The discipline to the time is for the human beingto keep, in respect of their consecution in history, the order of the created cultures of respect for the person.

64 - The discipline of space is called science, that of matter called spirituality and that of time is called the personal.

65 - Science is force-management, the spiritual is love-management and the personal is time-management.

66 - The three disciplines, resp. of an enlightened, a liberated or a positive logic, are known as coins of duality; they have two sides

67 - The head of science is philosophy, the coin its tail is the paradigm of science or instrument of order.

68 - The head of the spiritual is analysis that offers the school as an art of science and the tail of that coin is the connectedness in respect of the principles that define the soul.

69 - The head of the personal is the religion or culture of remembering the Fortunate One and the tail of the personal coin is the political of opposing interpretations or comments.

70 - The three coins of discipline make for the six basic visions in life.

71 - The six visions deliver the book, the time order of clock and calendar, the therapist, the guru, the priest and monk, and the political leader.

72 - The book is there from the knowledge and its experience: the intelligence of wisdom which must be transferred.

73 - The time order - linear, cyclic, en experienced - is there to ensure the right conduct of the power of control in the private and the public sphere.

74 - The therapist is there from the beauty, harmony and virtue of self-realization to be an example and lead.

75 - The guru is there from the renunciation in regular penance and mediation, for the sake of mental and physical heath and integration.

76 - The priest and the monk are there from the original fame of the Fortunate One, so that each may remember and have insight according his own tradition and place in history.

77 - The politician is there to legislate, execute, and control the order of the state with the purpose to share with each the welfare, the riches, of the state by means of tax-collecting and funding.

78 - Thus there are next to six visions, six opulences that together offer the full glory of God in human society, viz. knowledge, power, beauty, renunciation, fame and riches.

79 - To each vision as being the purpose is there its specific opulenceas being the means; imbalance or infatuation is the result of a mismatch and corruption is the result of taking an opulence for an end.

80 - The mismatch of vision and opulence is called materialism and also a lack of filognostic integrity with the visions themselves, is, even in balance, materialism, though an -ism in defense of the balance.

81 - Materialism is known as the basic -ism, or cause of human division, and is the result of a lack of filognosy or cultural integration and harmony with nature.

82 - Materialism is, according the degradation with the four basic values (see 26), known by the four syndromes of decaying into chronic exhaustion, sexual perversion, economic imbalance and systematic violence.

83 - Materialism is the common state of ignorance of the person not reborn from the nine teachers.

84 - In respect of the nine teachers one is born a second time after being born from ones mother.

85 - The nine teachers are the three of initiation, the three of instruction and the three of intuition.

86 - The teachers of initiation are known as co-believers or as equals.

87 - The teachers of instruction are known as masters or as superiors.

88 - The teachers of intuition are known as demigods or inspirators.

89 - The three teachers of initiation are: the therapist preaching science, the devotee preaching meditation and the believer preaching the tradition.

90 - The filognostics are usually the believers, de adherents preparing for the tradition, but the integrity of filognosy comprises all the teachers.

91 - The three masters of instruction are the professor and his representatives in education, the guru and his authorized initiates, and the priest and his disciples.

92 - The three demigods of intuïtion, or the teachers from within, are the archetypical creator of the Spirit of the Absolute, the destroyer of the ignorance and the maintainer of the culture.

93 - The demigods are solely known by the scripture and tolerate no other outer form, they are unseen, ze vormen de orde van binnenuit.

94 - The Fortunate One manifest in a human form is the representative of filognosy who, not corrupt with the opulence and the vision, covers all identities.

95 - The Fortunate One cannot be assigned a definite name, for who am I to oblige Him to this or that name? That is to Him.

96 - The Fortunate One may manifest in any form He likes, including my own.

97 - The identities of the teachers belong, together with the pupils, to the one class of identities called guidance or the intellect.

98 - The other classes are the identities of friendship or labor, of provision or trade and of initiative or the rule.

99 - Friendship produces the acquaintance, the partner, the comrade and the senior.

100 - The class of provision consists of the identities of the assistant, the manager, the director and the commissioner.

101 - The ruling class is the class of initiative responsible with the identities of the hero, the leader, the politician and the advisor.

102 - The identities of guidance are the pupil, the counselor or teacher, the hermit and the priest.

103 - Together there are sixteen basic human identities or status-orientations, based upon the four classes (the orientations) and four age groups (the status).

104 - The classes are societal strata or vocational orientations determined partly by birth and partly by free will, and the four age groups are spiritual departments of civil status determined by nature. Also the societal strata constitute a natural division.

105 - As for the status there are the youngsters (students), the young-adults (married), the middle-aged (withdrawn) and the elderly (forsakers).

106 - The sixteen status-orientations must, for the sake of proportionate democratic governance, evenly be represented in elections groups.

107 - Political parties have no power over the election groups they might influence , for they are fixed by nature.

108 - Departments of state are to be arranged to the order of the election groups that were settled by the nature of class and age differences.

109 - Election groups are in parlement represented by civilians elected by the common people belonging to that group.

110 - A filognostic government has sixteen ministers, which are recruited from the election groups by democratic vote. They chose their own leader.

111 - The best in the election group is automatically the minister of that department of state. The chairman of the election group must maintain the duality of the state.

112 - For proper governance is an optimal accord of the legislative and executive power of state wanted. So is there as well a counsel of the elderly, a senate.

113 - The head of state leading the ministers can be democratically elected for a term of four years or succeed by birth and keep office from a by the people trusted house of nobility. The prime-minister is responsible for the contact with the head of state.

114 - Corruption of the nobility in not representing the filognosy will result in a republic lead by an elected head of state.

115 - Corruption of the republican head of state, the president, will lead to a major fall of the government and an eventual reinstating of a more stable house of nobles.

116 - Corruption of one or more ministers, will lead to a minor fall of government and early elections to choose a new government.

117 - The term of a presidency can be for life as long as the people every leap year reconfirm his/her mandate by a majority vote.

118 - Merit in filognosy is the criterion for keeping office at every level of governance.

119 - Despotism is the result of erroneously striving for power in politics, for power is settled by science, while the political is there to settle the riches; thus are legal settlements of time astronomical.

120 - The confusion of despotism is known by political parties manifesting, with or without repression, as one-sided and politically opposing options of societal order to the four civil virtues.

121 - The four civil virtues are the regulation of personal desire, liberal economy, enlightenment in private duty and liberation in association or club-life.

122 - Personal desire leading to the being identified with ones body in public, free association is settled by the solar calendar divided by the lunar order.

123 - Private duty leading to religion at home and family life is the field of intelligence to fixed data settled in opposition with the personal desire in the public sphere on the solar calendar.

124 - Economic interest is to be settled by the lunar order as the interest of free enterprise and business on legal days of work opposing the lunar signal days of the lunar phases.

125 - Liberation is settled on legally confirmed lunar signal days of inactivity in the business sphere on which one celebrates ones membership of a certain club or specific religion.

126 - The field of liberation must not be religious, because one, next to other forms of club association, also as a hermit may study and live by the scriptures.

127 - The four fields reflect the dimensions of quantity, the individual set against the societal, and the quality, the abstract set against the concrete.

128 - Balance to the four fields of acting to the civil virtues (121) means democracy of the state and implies balance in the functioning of the democratic election groups.

129 - There is for ones personal integration also the interest of balancing to the inner fields of the initiative versus the receptive; the emotional versus the intellectual and the time versus the space; balanced one is of control in the force field of the ether.

130 - Balance is only achieved by adherence to the regulative principles which assure the stability of consciousness of the soul, the self of the principles.

131 - The four regulative principles are the foundation of the law and the logic of humanity, viz. not to steal. kill, lie or fornicate.

132 - Transgression of the basic principles leads to materialism and imbalance in respect of the visions and opulences; for that reason is the ideal filognostic someone who 1) puts his clock and week order to the sun, 2) a vegatarian, 3) a celibate unless begetting children, and 4) in principle does his job for a social security check or basic income - a non-idal filognostic is called a profiteer.

133 - There is only stability in intelligence by the intuition derived from the scriptural truth.

134 - Intuition in adulthood is achieved by initiation and instruction in one's youth.

135 - Derailment of adults in society, because of a profiteer's poor or absent atoning, requires initiation and instruction of adults.

136 - The mature option of adult sovereignty is violated by rebirth later in life but overruled by its necessity.

137 - A violated adult option of sovereignty is called a fall-down.

138 - The remedy for the fallen state is purification in service of the integrity of filognosy.

139 - Each filognostic society should always allow people to answer to the calling to live for God as a hermit of otherwise engaged filognostic.

140 - Without the allowance for a spiritual life no purification is possible; societies missing the allowance will suffer major and minor breakdowns to the impure condition of the state belonging to it.

141 - The economic basis of filognosy is social security, to live on the dole.

142 - Those who live on the dole belong, unless they choose differently, to the intellectuals, however doubtful their discipline, since they have the duty to understand the culture and benefit of penance.

143 - With all members of society being filognostic, does each his service without wishing more than social security, even though one may manage more.

144 - Not all members of the state should be of a filognostic confession, a life of filognosy must be - not regarding fate -a free choice, even when a majority of the people is filognostic.

145 - The filognostic may to the self be a beginning, to the ego be an experienced or to the wisdom be an acknowledged filognostic.

146 - One is formally a filognostic by in respect of rules number 26, 131-132 & 170 the witnessed vowing to the regulative principles of saying 'truthful and faithful I promise to share and care'.

147 - Being of lip service to the vow, but of disproof of it in opposition to the merits of filognosy, results in disavowel.

148 - The purpose of the societal order of filognosy is to incorporate each and every citizen and culture, for her syncrecy (the syncetically found unity) is comprehensive.

149 - The date of the year of a civilization is determined by the age of the calendar used and not by an individual leader of a religion only covering a portion of the history of the civilization.

150 - Money means responsibility and passive capital is the death of the economy; therefore must the flow of capital be assured by the government restricting accumulations.

151 - The function of the government in an economic sense is the same as that of the heart pumping blood through the body.

152 - As much as each cell and organ in the body must be directly or indirectly connected and fed by the blood stream, must also each human being and institution be connected in the stream of money.

153 - Excluding people from the legal economy is forbidden, as outcastes will turn into criminals or madmen cherishing their own idea of economy.

154 - People with no talent for managing money should be taken care off in a familial sense like with parents caring for children.

155 - One may discriminate to age and vocation, level of abstraction and experience, but not to race, religion, gender, or sexual preference.

156 - Criminal conviction and incarceration should always lead to reinstating the original order of the state.

157 - Penitentiary institutions must always emulate the filognostic order of free society in reeducating the adult inmate.

158 - Education must always be there to promote, encourage, install, train and reinforce the level of abstraction and experience of each pupil with respect for the personal style.

159 - As well as practical concrete exercise, as training abstract ability must be assured in all departments of the educational system as well as the individual as groupwise type of learning.

160 - Abstract ability is known by the individual societal expression of the eight levels of transcendence of the vow, the regulation, the poise, the breath control, the turning inward, the concentrating, the meditating and the absorption.

161 - Concerning his education may a postgraduate student always file for the same study to update his knowledge.

162 - All curricula must, up to date, be publicly available over the internet, so that each branch of education and each civilian has the chance to understand and learn from his own and the other course of learning.

163 - Each member of society has, working as a volunteer or under contract - for unemployent doesn't exist filognostically -, the duty to offer his services as a compensation for the basic social security offered to all as an option of choice in life.

164 - The application duty is there relative to one's personal status orientation.

165 - The intellectual should, individually or group wise, publish, knowing that digital publishing suffices in principle, and that that is a precondition for material publishing, otherwise it is called uncalled-for.

166 - The politician should campaign, to keep in touch with the constituency, with the permission to represent a group of state officials with the same duty.

167 - The enterpriser should advertise in windows and the media, but not by telephone or snail and e-mail.

168 - The normal worker should, for his carreer reflecting the evolution of his experience, apply with a curriculum vitae.

169 - The filognostic order is always obliged to respect the human rights and the individual identity of a person.

170 - To do justice to all basic identities and the thereto installed laws and rules, to be pure in one's love, to the truth be of respect for the natural order without escapism, and avoiding all unnecessary violencve against all living beings constitutes the filognostic confession.



Thus is the filognostic confession as drawn by Aadhar 14-05-06










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