The Three Most Important Books in the World

Update:

As of 2018, I now think that the three most important books in the world are:

  1. Talmud Jmmanuel
  2. Dodecalogue
  3. Goblet of the Truth

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You can get GOTT for free here…

Explanation:

The Talmud Jmmanuel means “Teaching of Jmmanuel”.  It is the translation of a set of animal skin scrolls written in Aramaic.  The scrolls were discovered in a tomb in old Jerusalem in 1963.  A greek orthodox priest, Isa Rashid began to translate the scrolls from Aramaic into German.  His secret project was discovered and his village was attacked by Israeli forces.  He escaped with his life, but the original scrolls were lost.  Fortunately, he had translated about half of the scrolls, which he shipped to his friend, Billy Meier.  Isa Rashid was later hunted down and killed in Baghdad, Iraq.  However the translation spread around the world.  An American professor James Deardorff studied the translation for 20 years, and concluded that the scrolls were written before the Gospel of Matthew.  With the help of his friends, Billy Meier recently completed a final translation with many explanations in 2015.  The stories in the TJ make sense.  Many things are discovered that clear up much of the confusion one gets from reading the Bible.  These scrolls were written by Judas Ischkerioth, the only disciple that had the ability to read and write.  If you come across a version of the TJ that spells the author’s name differently, that means it is an older translation, and not the most accurate or complete translation.  As far as we know, it is the only written account of the prophet Jmmanuel written during his very long life time.

The Decalogue/Dodecalogue contain the original 12 commandments, which are expanded upon in great detail.  This book is not very large, but contains tremendous wisdom and guidance.  In it, you will see how the original commandments or recommendations were twisted and manipulated by religion.

The Goblet of The Truth is the combined teachings of all seven prophets.  There are only seven true prophets, all who had contact with the Plejaren, in order to assist them in their mission of bringing the true spiritual teachings to humanity.  This is an epic work.  Part of FIGU’s job is to preserve the work, so that it remains unchanged for the next thousand years and beyond.

What does this all mean?  Why does this matter?  These three books easily replace all of the holy books in the world.  They clearly reveal the truth about religion and spiritual teachings.  They resolve all of the questions that religious and non-religious people ask.  They are the three most important books in the world.  Billy has written more than 50 books, but most of them have not been translated from German into other languages.  Fortunately, we have these three, which would easily bring about world peace and harmony, if only people knew they existed and studied them.  We are told that in about 800 years, most people will eventually catch on and start to adopt the information that is written in these books.  Why wait?  The sooner you learn, the better life will be for humanity.

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Original post (written before the Dodecalogue was translated into English):

Number 1 is the true teachings of the prophets.  Unedited, clear cut, complete.

Number 2 is 33% of the biography of who everyone mistakenly calls “Jesus Christ”.

Number 3 is the true galactic history of humans, and our genetic modifications.

If you read all three, you get to be among the very few who know the truth.

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