En 15e Gosa's Prophecy

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    15e. Gosa’s Prophecy

    [142/01] This was left by Gosa:

    All people, hail!

    I have nominated no honorable mother, because I knew of none, and it is better for you to have none than one on whom you cannot rely.

    A bad time has passed by, but another approaches. Earth did not bring it forth and Wralda did not create it; it comes from the East, from the bosom of the priests. It shall breed so much suffering that Earth cannot drink all the blood of her slain children. It shall spread darkness over the spirit of mankind, like thunderclouds over sunlight. Everywhere and in every way, deception and idolatry shall challenge freedom and justice. Justice and freedom shall perish, and we with them.

    But this victory will engender its own loss. Of three ideals shall our descendants teach both their people and the slave folk the meaning, they are: universal love, freedom, and justice. At first they shall glimmer, thereafter struggling with darkness until everyone’s hearts and heads become bright and clear.

    Then shall bondage be swept from Earth, like thunderclouds by the gale, and no idolatrous rites shall avail to prevent it.

    Gosa

    Sandbach 1876

    [p.193 cont.] This Gosa has left behind her: Hail to all men! I have named no Eeremoeder, because I know none, and because it is better for you to have no mother than to have one you cannot trust. One bad time is passed by, but there is still another coming. Irtha has not given it birth, and Wr-alda has not decreed it. It comes from the East, out of the bosom of the priests. It will breed so much mischief that Irtha will not be able to drink the blood of her slain children. It will spread darkness over the minds of men like storm-clouds over the sunlight. Everywhere craft and deception shall contend with freedom and justice. Freedom and justice shall be overcome, and we with them. But this success will work out its own loss. Our descendants shall teach their people and their slaves the meaning of three words; they are universal love, freedom, and justice. At first they shall shine, then struggle with darkness, until every man's head and heart has become bright and clear. Then shall oppression be driven from the earth, like the thunder-clouds by the storm-wind, and all deceit will cease to have any more power. Gosa.

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