Elias, a Writer of Words, was a devout and Just man. He journeyed for many months as did others in those days seeking the site of the beautiful garden of Cush.
it was said, behold, also there, the overseer within the garden Nakimera, and she is full in radiant as cacao golden, and as a beautiful rose within the garden, and all eyes are perplexed with awe, for their consciousness fail to comprehend her engaging sight. And she is discernable here and there, to some within the garden.
Elias, arriving before the mouth of the garden, looked upon the carving upon the firmament, and it read, “Behold, Omnipotent Wisdom, The Beautiful Garden.” And it was about four paces entering therein, did his eyes beheld all glory. And he spoke naught but marveled in stillness.
of that hour on scrolls made of papyrus and sheepskin did he transcribe all as he saw within the garden, and as wisdom was befalling upon him, he transcribed saying: It’s as if all seasons are gathered as one, the white is as the winter snow. The blossoms are together of perfect spring and fall, and the elements giveth cool, and warmth and bright are liken a perfect summer. Every color is placed in its flawless beauty. All sounds of fowls of the air all sing their greatest song and soar all together in harmony.
lo, there also in the midst, a grand waterfall, and it is translucent, and raging, and yet, a silence-still. Also has it a brook on the westward, water of clear blue, and a brook eastward, was it water clear and golden.
I saw every man, woman, child; every beast, fowl of the air, creeping thing; and all under the waters which had halted themselves before it, was overcome with inner peace which each itself seeks. The peace is holy and nameless.
all above consisted of both night and of day and was with rainbows that danced with radiance here, and there. The fruits in the garden bear ready fruits of all seasons, and of all regions. And they are finest in hue and sweetness.
I bowed myself laying hands upon the grasses, which was of the purest green, and moist-soft and resilient to the touch. And upon lifting my head, faint felled upon me, for before me was a woman of cacao-golden, and her speech was transcendent as she spoke unto me saying:
Elias, Elias, Writer of Words, devout and Just man, I am Nakimera, the overseer within the garden, and in your cometh hither, shall be known as the commencement, and in this, I am pleased. And I shall answer all unto you that is consuming thou thoughts.
Elias, lifting himself up from the land spoke saying: please absolve my timid state set before you, for never have my eyes beheld such pleasure. Yet, I shall do well to gather myself that I shall transcribe all that is enlightened unto me.
Nakimera spoke saying, ask as you will, and I shall answer all unto you. asked Elias saying: Will you speak to me the reasoning of The Beautiful Garden.
Nakimera spoke saying: it is, as it was, and shall be, the answer to the question; for what so is asked, is answered. It is for all the living that shall enter herein, and none entering herein is able to part their way without fullness in clarity of thou mind and thou heart.
whosoever enter herein, if so the believers, or who believeth not, shall leave with tears upon their breast saying, my God, my God. For their eyes shall be open.
Elias spoke saying: If the Beautiful Garden is set fort for all the living, and the answer to question, why then is it discovery hidden, and even discernable to some here and there.
Nakimera answered him saying: For is it not written, seek him, and you shall find, knock and it shall be open? I tell you, likewise, also is the Omnipotent Garden. All who seek with pure hearts and not with corrupt thoughts shall discover. And all who knock and hold their peace to be welcome, shall it be open unto.
Yet, all who knock in the uncouth manner seeking not what is sacred, but only to be a busybody; unto them shall it not be open.
And I say this Elias, Writer of Words: Many seek, and shall seek to find The Beautiful Garden, yet it is not lost nor hidden but in plain view. The faithful, Just, and the seekers of God’s peace shall know it.
Elias spoke again saying:
It is well murmured about the garden from nearer, and afar lands of some that the garden is indeed heaven’s garden. What account shall I transcribe into history?
Nakimera spoke saying: What thinketh thou Elias?
He answered her saying: I perceive the garden is but a mince of what is heaven splendor and its glory. I also perceive It is as a scripture, to aid the people in their walk into God’s glory.
Nakimera answered saying: The truth has begun to awaken within you, for well is this saying, and let it be this account transcribed in history.
spoke again Elias saying: It is also spoken of the overseer in the garden Nakimera, and that she is as cacao golden and as a beautiful rose within the garden, discernable unto some here, and there. all eyes are perplexed with awe, for their minds fail them to comprehend such an engaging sight. my eyes have now confirmed this saying. for this reasoning that I ask you of your splendor.
Nakimera answered saying: I am that I am for God’s purpose. You speak of my splendor, I ask of you my dearest Elias, is not all God creates beautiful? Did not he create until he saw it was good?
So, I say unto you this Elias, as you see me, God sees you and all he creates. And every heart shall come to know and believe of themselves it is good.
Furthermore, it is but a fruitless quest to seek approval of outward beauty of yourselves from another. Has not God approved you already? Is there any other who knows greater than he your beauty, and he your reasoning?
However, Elias, I speak this warning unto you concerning the inner beauty of the heart. For it can indeed acquiescent itself with corruption, and the influences from bereft shall seek to shackle it to lead it astray. For the heart is of free will, and unto its beholder is it entrusted to.
Elias asked saying: What shall be transcribed to comfort the disconsolate souls, and the befriended-less souls?
I say this Elias: If any shall be their trueself, and love their trueself always, then shall they attract which is also compatible unto them. Yet, if any rejects, and conceal their trueself, they shall attract what is only compatible to their fictitious self.
This growing conflict between the trueself, and fictitious self shall come to a head causing turmoil long years. For your fictitious surroundings will begin to reject your erratic behavior, for you have become the only negative in the perfect world you believed you’ve created.
Elias spoke again saying: with much hate fallen upon the world, is there such as true happiness which is sought unending?
She answered him saying: Happiness is but an emotion that is forever coming and going. Seek only love, for all good emotions, accommodates it, as bad emotions also accommodate hate.
Elias spoke again saying: It is much talk amongst the people about their hard work, prayer, and faith, but the growths in gain unto them is but little. What saying shall I transcribe that shall giveth comfort unto the people?
Nakimera spoke saying: let these ones be mindful that this is also the concerning of the trueself: God created each self to be thy own self and awaits willingly to give unto each self-much in their growth.
Yet, if God does not recognize who he knows your trueself to be, and you have come unto him in fictitious form, how then can he offer unto you any added gain? For God is only true and pure, and nothing true and pure can be mélange with what is fictitious.
spoke Elias saying: Will you now speak to me of the Son of man? And answered her saying: It is, as it is written: He is the light within the dark and the stronghold bearer of sin.
He is the wise men wisdom and physician for the soul. Be cleansed, pick up your cross and follow him, for he is the beacon of hope, and routeway for the lost that they shall have salvation and life eternal.
Elias spoke again saying, what shall I do with all I’ve written which you have enlightened unto me?
Nakimera answered saying: let it be known as the commencement and be it transcribed in every language, for it shall be passed down to generation to generation. And every nation, and it shall bring great debates about the Garden which shall enlighten the children of God’s glory.
After this saying, she blessed Elias and left him. and Elias saw Nakimera no more, and it was the tenth hour.
thereafter about the sixteenth hour, Elias left the garden with tears upon his breast saying, my God, my God. For the enlightenment which had falleth upon him was great.
And as it was spoken by Nakimera, Elias’ words were transcribed in every language and passed down to generation to generation and every nation.