Love and emancipation

1 PSYCHO-SCIENTIFIC FRONTIERS Selected publications from a variety of subjects of psycho-scientific research. Editor: Rolf Linnemann (Certificated Engineer) * Steinweg 3b * 32108 Bad Salzuflen * Tel. (05222) 6558 Internet : E-Mail : Translator’s email: Extracts from the Menetekel of the years 1956 to 1975 Title: Love and emancipation Formulated by : Medialer Friedenskreis Berlin Mediums : Uwe Speer (17) and Monika-Manuela Speer (15) MESSENGERS OF LIGHT: ELIAS, ARGUN, AREDOS SANTINER : ASHTAR SHERAN The Medialen Friedenskreis Berlin, a Christian/spiritual community, psychically received the text to this theme between 1956 and 1975. These messages are part of the Menetekel, a collection of about 4,000 A4 sized pages of protocols, collected over 20 years, which were recently reorganised. These mediumistic messages are complete and were left in their original quality, even when similar questions were repeated. The work of the two mediums began when they were 15 and respectively 17 years old. The total production is considered the absolute pinnacle of psycho-scientific exploration. Other spiritual circles have tried to copy their work, but its quality was never achieved. The distribution of these recently re-catalogued messages and protocols is explicitly encouraged and is not covered by any copyright. __________________________________________________________________________________ Preface by the publisher The theme of emancipation is very controversially discussed by the public. The word “emancipation” originates from the Latin emancipium, meaning manumission. Roman law mentions a discharge from mancipium, the dominion of the landlord. On a wider scale, emancipation means any kind of deliverance of groups or individuals from traditional powers, for instance during times of war or some other domination. Karl Marx talks about the emancipation of Jews, workers, women and Negroes. The word emancipation is mainly applied in regards to the liberation of women from their dependence on their male counterparts and their judicial and social equality. Many are of the opinion that times have changed and that opinions have, generally speaking, become more ”modern”. But the question now arises of just how far we have come with our “modern” opinions in regards to life? It is quite obvious that there is a great discrepancy between the sexes and beyond that also in regards to the environment, because permanently valid divine LAWS have been disregarded.