Transcript for scene 20 of the video " Marriage on the Infinite Plain II: Children of Jacob" by Rolf Witzsche - Ice Age Ahead not Global Warming  

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Mary Baker Eddy defines Joseph

In the Jacob story, Rachel reached only once above the sewer of the empire mentality that she became trapped into, where she eventually died during childbirth. She reached her high point after the mandrakes affair. What she had struggled for, for so many years, when she stopped struggling, suddenly happened naturally and effortlessly; as softly as a divine unfolding. And so, when a son was born to her, she named him Joseph. She acknowledged, "God has taken away my reproach and shall add to me another son. Mary Baker Eddy acknowledged that Jacob was no longer the focal point. Consequently she omitted the designation, Jacob's son. She defines Joseph, ‘A corporeal mortal; a higher sense of Truth rebuking mortal belief, or error, and showing the immortality and supremacy of Truth; pure affection blessing its enemies.’ The human experience always reflects the underlying acknowledgement of the fullness of God's creation, or the denial of it, even when the latter results from regression as in Leah's case at the end.

In the collective context, Jacob’s own story ends similarly.


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