(And not only for them)

…I hate and am afraid
of too rich people!
(From the letter of H.P.Blavatsky)

        The people, entering the thorny path of commercial activity and those, who have gone too far, must know that the over-indulgence and the crimes, having been made by them as a result of their action will bring them such psychological and physical sufferings, which they have no idea about.

        Every person, who has decided to overstep the moral laws of human’s community, must know the Clauses of criminal code, related to the concrete crimes, which he pretended to commit. Also he must be aware about much more comprehensive law, taking in not only the human’s existence on the Earth in the period of one life, but the long series of following incarnations as well. This law also embraces the conditions of human’s consciousness in prolonged intervals between separate incarnations. On the East it is called the law of Carma.

        As a rule, the criminal believes, that the Retribution won’t catch him up, and if it catch him up, it will be in the form of getting into a prison or in the last resort in the form of death. As he often feels, it won’t bring him much discomfort in comparison with that satisfaction, which he has longed to get as a result of the crime, having been committed by him. The prison is understood by him as a short, but not a foregone novelty discomfort (if he has a chance to be discharged soon). Or he understands it as a staged residence in the society close to him by nature. And if the death catch him up, it is even better, because the death is perceived by him as a leaving to nowhere from any kind of responsibility in general.

        Very often just the knowledge, that the death leads to nowhere, and the period of life is restricted and, hence, accept the known Retribution provided by the criminal code, another one is simply not existed, put him to the may of the insatiable life for himself. It is the main constituent of the criminals psychology, who considers, that this life (which is the one & only) must be lived extremely for his own satisfaction, appropriating the things, which belong to many people, literally walking through bodies. Many rich people, who amassing their fortunes with the help of the criminal way, console themselves with thoughts of patronage and charity, feel intuitively they’ll pay for the things they do. They donate the small part of the appropriated material wealth to churches, hospitals & other organizations in need perfectly realize that the need has appeared in these organizations because of the fact, that needed means have been taken by the small group of the people, who are just the same ‘business’ ones. They build temples in order to ‘having prayed’ because of the regular sin, with ‘clean conscience’, commit a new crime, forgetting what The One, to whom they addressed for releasing sins said:

            1 He looked up and saw the rich casting their contributions into the treasure;
            2 and he saw a needy widow giving two small copper coins,
            3 and said, Indeed, I assure you that this poor widow has given more than all the rest;
            4 for them all gave of their abundance, but she of her poverty, even all her living.

    (The Gospel According to Luke, Chapter 21, 1-4)

            19 There was a certain rich man who was clothed in purple and fine linen, enjoying luxuries every day.
            20 There was also a beggar named Lazarus, lying at his gate, covered with sores
            21 craving even the crumbs that fell from the rich man’s table. Dogs licked his sores.
            22 Lazarus died, and was carried away by the angels to Abraham’s bosom. The rich man also died, and he was buried.
            23 He lifted up his eyes in Hades, being in torment, and saw Abraham far away, and Lazarus in his bosom.
            24 He cried out, "Father Abraham, have mercy on me! Send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water to cool my tongue, because I am suffering in this flame!"
            25 Abraham answered, "Son, remember that you received good things during your lifetime, while Lazarus received evil; now he is comforted here, while you are suffering.
            26  Besides all of this, a great chasm stands between us and you, so that those who wish to cross to you cannot, neither can they cross from there to us".
            27 And he said, "Then I beg you, father, that you send him to my father’s house –
            28 For I have five brothers: that he may warn them, lest they also come to this place of torment".
            29 Abraham said, "They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them".
            30 But he said, "No, father Abraham, but if someone goes to them from the dead, they will repent!"
            31 Then Abraham said to him, "If they do not listen to Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded if someone rises from the dead".

    (The Gospel According to Luke, Chapter 16, 19-26)

            24 Jesus saw that he was deeply distressed, and said, how difficult it is for rich people to enter God’s Kingdom!
            25 It is easier for a camel to go through a needle’s eye than for a rich man to enter God’s Kingdom.

(The Gospel According to Luke, Chapter 18, 24-25)

        But in their majority people rich by money, are not going to get into the Kingdom of God, because they simply don’t believe in it. They hope more on the ‘kingdom’ they’ll build for themselves on Earth, not caring about, what will be with them, when their consciousness will leave a physical body after death. Often such kind of people go for an advice to extra cents, sorcerers and magicians who, as it seems to them, can be useful in the interpretation of out there questions. But basically there are the same, as they are, lost souls, which called the enchanters in the New Testament:

            14 Blessed are they who wash their robes, in order that they may have access to the tree of life, and to the gates, that they may go into the city.
            15 The dogs and the sorcerers and the fornicators and the murderers and the idolaters and every one loving and practicing a lie are outside.

    (Book of Revelations by St. John, Chapter 22, 14-15)

        The knowledge about what expects a person after death was opened in the numerous all times and nations books, interpreting the possibility of human’s spiritual improvement. But to this day this knowledge is rejected by the basic mass of the mankind, existing on the principle "we will eat and drink, because we’ll die tomorrow". And the leading group of these rakes is consisted of the rich by money.

        In the perspective of cessation of the physical existence, they see nothing but darkness and deafness. They hardly heard about the theory of reincarnation of a conscious Soul and about the witnesses of after death existence. It’s advantageous for them not to believe, in order not to be deceived in the illusionary feeling of freedom, gained with the help of money.

        In reality, their "freedom" with the help of crime will turn out to be a stifling smallness in the after death existence. In the following extract from the Letters of Mahatmas (the Spiritual Leaders of the Mankind), for whom death is not the obstacle in their conscious existence, one can feel all the immeasurable complexity of the nature laws, according to which a self-aware being (a human) performs its evolutionary development:

            Not much to divide over some millions of years that man passes on the planet. Let us take but one million of years – suspected and now accepted by your science – to represent man’s entire term upon our eath in this Round; and allowing an average of a century for each life, we find that whereas he has passed in all his lives upon our planet (in this Round) but 77,700 years he has been in the subjective spheres 922,300 years. Not much encouragement for the extreme modern reincarnationists who remember their several previous existens!

    (The Mahatma Letters to A.P. Sinnett, Letter ¹14)

        From the aforesaid extract it is clear, how much the immeasurably longer period of time a man spends in subtle matters, than his stay in an incarnation in a physical body. Precisely in that immeasurably larger period, where the consciousness is liberated from the restriction of a physical body and becomes much more self-conscious, that it has been in the earth life, the Retribution of the Carma Law overtakes the one, committing crime.

        Now let’s imagine a deep rooted criminal, having caused much grief to other during his life – a deceiver, a slanderer, an informer, a robber, a murdered, a rapier, a sadist. The death overtakes him and he sees his crimes in all their ghostly details. And here his long ago having fallen asleep conscience under the Light influence unexpectedly for himself awakes and mercilessly begins to approach him with crimes, having made by him. What unbearable torments, what despair must overcome him, when he could neither reform nor forget anything! Indeed for him it will be beginning of internal torments, from which he couldn’t go anywhere. The understanding of the having done evil, the maimed souls of his and other’s, will become for him "enternal worm" and "inextinguishable fire".

         So, for example, in the reports dr. George Ritchy, Betty Malz, Maurice Rawling and others there are descriptions of hell, where "snakes, vermin, unbearable stink, evil stink". In his book "Returning from Tomorrow" dr. Ritchy told about the things, happened to him in 1943, when he saw the hell’s pictures. There the attachment of sinners to their earthly desires was insatiable. He saw the murders, which were as if tied to their victims. The murders cried and asked the ruined for forgiveness, but those didn’t hear them. There were useless tears and requests.

         As a rule the most of the ones earning money by criminal way, do not die by their own death. Their unrestrained craving for gain and for the power over people results in the things that the Carma Law works earlier than the given period of their leaving from incarnation. The premature death can happen in two cases. In one case the surrounding circumstances can place businessman or a criminal in such situation (racket, debt responsibility, an attempt to evade criminal persecution, etc), that the only way out of the created situation he’ll see just in a suicide.

         One specialist in the field of suicide said: "If you part with the life with a hesitating soul, then in that world you will with a hesitating soul". The suiciders put their hands on themselves in order "to do away with everything", but it turns out that there everything just begins for them.

         Some, returned to life, suiciders described, that after death they got into some dungeon and felt, that there they should stay for a very long time. They realized, that it was a punishment for the breaking of the established law, according to which every person must undergo a certain port of sorrows. Self-willed overthrowing the laying on them burden, they must bear much more in that world.

         One man, experienced a temporary death, said: "When I’ve got there, I understood, that two things are absolutely forbidden: to kill oneself and to kill another man. If I decided to commit suicide, it would mean to throw to the God’s face a given by Him nowadays gift. To take away another man’s life would mean to break the God’s plan about him".

         The general impression of doctors-reanimates is as following – the suicide is being punished very severely. Doctor Bruce Greyson, the psychiatrist at the ambulance department at the Connecticut University, having leaned this question thoroughly, testifies that nobody of having experienced a temporary death not for the world wants to hasten the end of his life. Here what is written about suiciders fate in "The Mahatmas Letters":

            The suicides, who, foolishly hoping to escape life, found thermselves still alive, - have suffering enough in store for them from that very life. Their punishment is in the intensity of the latter. Having lost by the rash act their seventh and sixth principles, though not for ever, as they can regain both – instead of accepting their punishment, and taking their chances of redemption, they are often made to regret life and tempted to regain a hold upon it by sinful means. In the Kama-Loka, the land of intense desires, they can gratify their earthly yearnings but through a living proxy; and by so doing, at the expiration of the natural term, they generally lose their monad for ever.

    (The Mahatma Letters to A.P. Sinnett, Letter ¹16)

        But the people with a vicious nature can also die in a result of an attempt, a catastrophe and other reasons. But the answer to the question, what happens to them, when they lose their physical body we also find in "The Mahatmas Letters":

            As to the victims of accident – these fare still worse. Unless they were so good and pure, as to be drawn immediately within the Akasic Samadhi, i.e. to fall into a state of quiet slumber, a sleep full of rosy dreams, during which, they have no recollection of the accident, but move and live among their familiar friends and scenes, until their natural life-term is finished, when they find themselves born in the Deva-Chan – a gloomy fate is theirs. Unhappy shades, if sinful and sensual they wander about – (not shells [the low unconscious principles of a man], for their connection with their two higher principles is not quite broken) – until their death-hour comes. Cut off in the full flush of earthly passions which bind them to familiar scens, they are enticed by the opportunities which mediums afford, to gratify them vicariously. They are the Pisachas, the Incubi, and Succubi of mediaeval times. The demons of thirst, gluttony, lust and avarice, - elementaries of intensified craft, wickedness and cruelty; provoking their victims to horrid crimes, and revelling in their commission! They not only ruin their victims, but these psychic vampires, borne along by the torrent of their hellish impulses, at last, at the fixed close of their natural period of life – they are carried out of the earth`s aura into regions where for ages they endure exquisite suffering and end with entire destruction.

    (The Mahatma Letters to A.P. Sinnett, Letter ¹16)

        P.S. If one supposes, who are those miserable, whom such an unenviable fate expects, then to all appearances the list of the names will resemble the rating of the most rich in money people of the planet.

(To be continued)

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