Messages 2007

An English King is now happy.

November 25, 2007

Santa Cruz, California

Received by FAB


I am here, George I.

I am new to you, and I know you are curious as to what I want to say.

Well, the first thing I wish to say is that I never was happy as a mortal, and I am most decidedly happy now, and that is because I found the true meaning of Christianity in God’s Love.

I never saw or experienced this on earth, nor did I ever observe any particular happiness among my Christian compatriots. No, religion, as far as I could see, was a matter of formality and quarreling, and I just didn’t like it. I had no conception that there could be a deep kernel of truth to it. In fact, as I now see it, I had no idea of a higher life at all.

So when I arrived in this vast spirit world, I was not prepared. I tell you that a lifetime of politics deadened my soul to the higher things. It wasn’t until after much struggle and pain that I had at least a rudimentary understanding of things of the spirit.

But when I discovered this, I found in me an appetite for it that was almost insatiable. I then realized that it was in me all along, but covered over by my earthly preoccupations. They blinded me to my very self.

I remember having glimpses of this higher life when I was a boy. But soon, this awareness was blocked out by the duties and responsibilities of political leadership.

So my life has had a happy ending, for whereas on earth, my heart was in the affairs of earth, over here, because the earthly realities no longer exist, I have been able, in my naked state, to see the truths of God straight. And one of these truths, you well know, and which I discovered to my sorrow: that whatever we sow, we reap.

But I have left behind me these sad things of the earth, and I am embarked on a very different adventure, that of serving God and understanding His intentions in an inner, intuitive way. Yes, I am fairly advanced at this point, and, as would not be surprising to you, I have assumed leadership responsibilities where I live, not to maintain political power, but to facilitate the smooth functioning of the place I call home.

Well, I know you have found my story interesting, and this interest has attracted me. I am happy that you see my life in a true perspective, that is, as important in terms of the political history of my country, but also as equal to every other life.

Let me tell you that your recent breakthrough will bear rich fruit in the future. It will help you tremendously to approach every Orthodox Christian with love. This shift in your soul was a long time coming, and you will not be surprised to know that the Creator had a hand in bringing it about.

For with this healing in your soul has come a corresponding removal of fear. In seeing Orthodox Christians as friends and allies, instead of as opponents, you have set the stage for removing conflict and establishing bonds of love where they did not exist before.

Be mindful that all throughout these last 24 years, you often did succeed in relating well to them. But as you well know, once in awhile, you faltered.

Now, you know you will never falter again, because you have found the cause of this occasional lapse in your inner child.

It is wonderful, is it not?, to love all people, and especially those who have contrary opinions. Your whole soul perceives now with great clarity how much God Loves Orthodox Christians; indeed, you understand with your whole soul now, and without any reservations or hangups, that God Loves them as much as He Loves you. And this insight has brought peace to your soul.

I know you don’t really believe that much in religious or secular holidays, but I also know that you will appreciate my desire to wish you a warm and happy holiday season. This Christmas, you are much closer to your true self, and also to your mission, which will be all about loving everyone equally with God’s Love.


George I (George Louis; 28 May 1660 – 11 June 1727) was King of Great Britain and Ireland, from 1 August 1714 until his death. He was also a Prince-Elector of the Holy Roman Empire.

Born in Germany, he eventually inherited control of a large swathe of Lower Saxony, and his domains expanded during his lifetime as the result of a succession of European wars. At the age of 54, he ascended the British throne as the first monarch of the House of Hanover. Though many aspirants to the throne bore a closer relationship to his predecessor, Queen Anne, his mother, Sophia, had been designated heir by the Act of Settlement 1701 because of her Protestant faith. Sophia predeceased Anne by a matter of weeks, leaving the Protestant succession to George. The Jacobites attempted to depose George and replace him with Anne’s Catholic half-brother, James, but their attempts failed.

During George’s reign in Britain, the powers of the monarchy diminished and the modern system of Cabinet government led by a Prime Minister underwent development. Towards the end of his reign, actual power was held by Sir Robert Walpole. George died on a trip to his native Hanover, where he was buried.(Source: Wikipedia)