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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Fax to the Embassies of Egypt, Israel,
Syria, Russia and the
Council on American-Islamic Relations

From: Michael Cecil (Chapter 12, verse 1 of the Book of Daniel & Sura 2, verses 97-98 of the Quran) and my wife, Elizabeth Cecil (Chapter 12, verse 13 of the Book of Daniel; and Chapter 11, verses 11-15 and Chapter 17 verses 10-13 of the Gospel of Matthew)

To: the Washington, D.C. embassies of Egypt, Israel and Russia, the Ottawa embassy of Syria and the Council on American Islamic Relations*

Fax numbers: 202-244-5131, 202-364-5607, 202-298-5735, 613-569-3800 and 202-488-0833

Re: Letter to the Board of Directors of the South Bend, Indiana Mosque re: Islamic terrorism, Islamophobia; and the unmitigated failure, to date, of all programs on ‘countering violent extremism’; nine copies of which were given to Imam Mohammad (574-272-0569) earlier today for distributing to the Board of Directors


Pages: 2 additional pages + a birth certificate

Copies of the following letter are, God Willing, being faxed to the embassies of Egypt, Israel, Syria (Chapter 19, verses 24-25 of the Book of Isaiah) and Russia; and to the Council on American Islamic Relations; being sent by certified mail, return receipts requested, to the Jewish Federation of St. Joseph Valley and Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades of the Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese; and being delivered by hand to selected synagogues and Christian churches in the South Bend area.

To the Board of Directors of the
South Bend Mosque

From: Michael Cecil [the name on my birth certificate] (Chapter 12, verse 1 of the Book of Daniel & Sura 2, verses 97-98 of the Quran) and my wife, Elizabeth Cecil (Chapter 12, verse 13 of the Book of Daniel; and Chapter 11, verses 11-15 & Chapter 17 verses 10-13 of the Gospel of Matthew)

Date: May 24, 2016

Re: Islamic terrorism, Islamophobia; and the unmitigated failure, to date, of all programs on ‘countering violent extremism

As stated clearly and unambiguously in the Quran, “Allah will hurl Truth at falsehood until only Truth reigns supreme.”

But there is a problem.

The metaphysical doctrines of Islamic theology (or, for that matter, Jewish or Christian theology) are not the Truth referred to in the above Sura.

In fact, those metaphysical doctrines contradict the Revelations in the Quran; while, at the same time, ignoring, denying and contradicting the Revelations in the Torah, the Prophets and the Gospels.

Thus, it is these metaphysical doctrines, rather than the Revelations themselves, which are the source of all manner of conflict, violence, terrorism and warfare between and among Jews, Christians and Muslims—as well as the resultant problems of anti-Semitism, anti-Christian bigotry and Islamophobia—and which must be decisively refuted by the Revelations not only in order for the ‘Truth to reign supreme’; but, also, for there to be any genuine Peace at all between and among Jews, Christians and Muslims.

The only effective solution to all of these problems, then—as well as the resolution of the conflict over Jerusalem—must be based only upon confronting the metaphysical doctrines of Jewish, Christian and Muslim theology with their respective Revelations; those fundamental Revelations being:

1) The “Tree of Life” (Chapter 3, verse 24 of Genesis); which is the same as both the Vision of the “Son of man” in the Book of Daniel and the Gospels, and the “Sidrah Tree”/“Night Journey” in the Quran; and,

2) The Doctrine of “the resurrection” as a Doctrine of ‘Rebirth’ (based upon the Revelation of the memories of previous lives); Malachi having Prophesied that Elijah would return (Chapter 4, verse 5 of the Book of Malachi); Jesus having validated that John the Baptist was Elijah ‘raised from the dead’ (Chapter 11, verses 11-14 of the Gospel of Matthew) and that Elijah would return again (Chapter 17, verses 11-13 of the Gospel of Matthew); and the Quran clearly stating that Mohammed’s arrival was Prophesied in the Gospels; the necessary and inescapable conclusion, then, being that Mohammed was both Elijah and John the Baptist ‘raised from the dead’.

Thus, the unmitigated failure, to date, of all programs on ‘countering violent extremism—many of them costing millions or tens of millions of taxpayers dollars—originates in the misguided assumption and hope that inter-religious violence can be prevented only by ‘countering violent extremism’ programs or ‘Interfaith Dialogues’ which pointedly avoid discussion of these fundamental Revelations; but, counter-productively, engender ‘moderation’ and ‘tolerance’ for precisely those doctrinal contradictions of the monotheistic Revelations that have caused that inter-religious violence in the first place.

But this first problem is very sharply exacerbated by a second problem:

In an effort to preserve the jobs and wealth of the Jewish, Christian and Muslim religious officials—as well as the multibillion dollar economic interests of the monotheistic religions—the media is determined to publish only those doctrines of the monotheistic religions which are directly responsible for violence, terrorism and warfare; while, at the same, relentlessly censoring those Revelations which, if widely publicized, would contribute, immediately and significantly, to a reduction in that conflict and violence.

Thus, in an effort to diminish as much as possible even the potential for inter-religious conflict and violence in the South Bend area—as well as, God willing, nationally and internationally—we urge you to call the number below at your earliest convenience; in order that, together, we can meet with local media officials in order to impress upon them the desperately critical importance of publishing these Truths in opposition to the doctrines of the monotheistic religions.

But we’re not stupid.

We have no expectation whatsoever that you will even so much as respond to this letter, for the same reason that the theologians of Notre Dame have not responded in any way to these Revelations and Prophecies for more than 38 years and the media have ignored this information for 40 years.

On the contrary, we are convinced that the most likely response, if at all, to this letter will be violence...

By some (heretofore) ‘moderate’ Muslim convinced that we are ‘infidels’ for saying that Mohammed was Elijah and John the Baptist ‘raised from the dead’; and that, in Sura 2:98, Mohammed echoed (Sura 2:97) the Prophecy of Chapter 12, verse 1 of the Book of Daniel...

Or some Christian Fundamentalist convinced that we are ‘anti-Christ’ for saying that Jesus taught “the resurrection as a Doctrine of ‘Rebirth’...

Or some religious Zionist convinced that I (Michael) am a ‘false messiah’ (regardless of the Prophecy of Daniel 12:1) for saying that the Torah implies “the resurrection” as a Doctrine of ‘Rebirth’, as confirmed by the Teaching of Jesus (Chapter 20, verse 37 of the Gospel of Luke).

[phone number deleted for this note]

*Complete fax sent to the Washington, D.C. embassies of Egypt and Russia, the Council on American Islamic Relations, and the Syrian embassy in Brasilia, Brazil (unable to contact the Syrian embassy in Ottawa).

The Washington, D.C. embassy of Israel received only the first three pages of the fax. It did not receive the birth certificate.

6 comments:

Evelyn Hunter said...

Seems to me your trying to combined these religious. Well I don't think it's going to work. From what I can tell they don't match up.Jesus Christ was the son of God. And Jesus said it was in the SPIRIT of Elijah. just wanted you to make sure you write it correctly.

Evelyn Hunter said...

Seems to me your trying to combined these religious. Well I don't think it's going to work. From what I can tell they don't match up.Jesus Christ was the son of God. And Jesus said it was in the SPIRIT of Elijah. just wanted you to make sure you write it correctly.

Michael Cecil said...

Madame, This is what it MEANS for Elijah to be 'raised from the dead' as John the Baptist. But pay ATTENTION to the question of the disciples. If John the Baptist is not LITERALLY Elijah 'raised from the dead', then Jesus is not LITERALLY the 'messiah', as asserted by Christian theology, but only speaks "in the SPIRIT" of the 'messiah'. So you can't have it BOTH ways. For Jesus to LITERALLY be the 'messiah', as affirmed in the Quran, John the Baptist must LITERALLY be Elijah 'raised from the dead'. I explain this in even more detail in my book.

Jt Mobley said...

Amen

Jt Mobley said...

Amen

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