Classification of Some of the 10 Commandments

The Third Commandment: Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.

The word vain means something that is not effective; something that does not work. If someone was on a ship and falls overboard, He is thrown a life preserver but he misses it and is lost. The attempt to save his life was in vain. The commandment means that one cannot ask the rules God the father to do something that He will not do and that is to change the consequences of past actions. If you eat fat and have a heart attract it is taking the name of God in vain to ask to be saved: To change the word/rules/law just for you for that special occasion.

The Fourth Commandment: "Keep the Sabbath day to sanctify it."

Limitation is the only saving principle. The more you limit yourself the more fertile you become in your imagination. Imagination constrained by the rules is the great gift possessed by the Children of Light. Keeping this commandment with the rigor that is necessary to produce this fertility is significantly difficult. This is why the punishment for not keeping this commandment is so harsh. Research has shown that soldiers that were captured and held and severely limited were more successful and productive in their later lives than their unlimited comrades.

The Fifth Commandment: "Honor thy father and thy mother."

The most important thing about you is the selection process that your ancestors diligently observed. It cost them dearly in discipline to remove those undesirable attributes from your make up and to replace them with a love for the rules God. You honor your father and mother by breeding your self and your children with someone like them.

The Seventh Commandment: "Thou shalt not commit adultery."

The meaning has been profoundly distorted. Let's say a dairy farmer was selling milk to Borden's. Just before the milk truck came by to pick up his cans of milk he would add water to his milk. If he were caught he would be charged with adulterating his milk. The now displaced meaning is that adultery is equivalent to concubinage. It would be an advantage to this pool of people to produce as many children as possible, allowing multiple wives, concubines and many children. The intent of the commandment was to prevent the dilution or adulteration of the gene blend by persons whose ancestors had not undergone the same selection process.

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