The archangel Phanuel is symbolized as the red horse and the covenant calf, Ezekiel 1:7,10; Zechariah 6:1-5; Revelation 4:7, 6:3-4, Enoch 20:40. Phanuel expressed that the wicked and the righteous cannot be distinguished in this world, Similitude III. It is because demons control and possess men transforming their character and personalities like their own, Enoch 99:2, Daniel 7:21-22; II Timothy 2:26. Since both saints and sinners have been overcome, we can see no difference, Roman 3:22-23, 11:32. In Similitude III:3, he said, "For this world is as the winter to righteous men because they are not known but dwell among sinners". Thus the righteous men and those classed as sinners are without true fruit of the heavenly quality. Jesus himself expressed this same thing when he told the women at the well that the true worshippers of God worship the Father in Spirit and truth, that is, those in heaven and those called, John 4:23-24; Hebrews 12:22-23. Again Jesus said, "Except we abide in him or fall to the ground and die", we cannot bear fruit as green trees, John 12:24, 15:4. Here even if we abide in Christ and bring forth fruit, it will not truly be ours, but that of Cod and the angels, Proverbs 16:1; Isaiah 26:12; Zechariah 4:6; John 14:10, 15:5. Mainly, this is because the holy angels must tell us what to say and do, Exodus 4:15; Luke 21:13-15; Romans 10:15; Ephesians 6:18-19. Notice Similitude II , John 15:1. I Corinthians 4:8. Even then, Satan will be there trying to muddy up the words from on high, Psalm 28:5; Ezekiel 34:11-19. From Ezekiel 34:12,14, we find that it was prophesied that men would have to go to the heights of heaven dying in ignorance before they ALL come to understanding. Thus in this life men are wrecked by demons who cause us to be transformed into "dry trees" like themselves, Luke 23:28,31.

In Similitude IV, Phanuel coincided with Jesus in John 12:24 saying the righteous in heaven are fully green trees. Heaven is summer to the righteous and for the righteous where they will be restored, Similitude IV: 2,3, Psalm 23:2-3; Matthew 13:43; John 18:36. Notice the agreement between Jesus and Michael to help us understand that the real dry trees are not men but demons, Matthew 13:37-42; II Thessalonians 2:3-9, Enoch 68:5. Therefore, it is easy to see why the righteous cannot be discerned. Men judging by appearance have classified other men, who are possessed captives of demons, as wicked, not realizing that God gave men HIS RIGHTEOUSNESS from the beginning, Ecclesiastes 3:14, 7:29. It was necessary for God to send Jesus to teach both worlds this truth and undo Satan's inventions, Numbers 23:18-23; Micah 6:5; Malachi 3:6; Romans 5:18; II Timothy 2:26. And all men are Israelites (sons or princes of God) because we are His sons. So church men also are classified as trees of winter because they do not know God nor understand the fullness of Christ's work, Matthew 11:27.

Phanuel said in heaven (summer) the righteous would be made manifest to all, Similitude IV 3. He knew that Mother Wisdom would teach this to the spirits of men when they are "raised" to heaven through death, Ecclesiastes 12:7; Isaiah 14:12-17; Malachi 3:17-18; Revelation 17:8, Enoch 68:5. In heaven the enlightened "just spirits of men made perfect," become watchers in the first heaven where they finally are able to discern between the "wicked" and the "righteous", who have GOD'S RIGHTEOUSNESS, Isaiah 54:13; Hebrews 12:22-23, Testament of Levi 2:1; Hebrews 12:1.

Those that watch in the first heaven are able to see demons for the first time and watch them as witnesses of their perversion of God's Word and mankind. They see the whole world of men as Israel as Phanuel stated in Similitude IX:161-163, Similitude VIII:1-4 expresses this fact that the Father made all men from His own body. Thus, each man's spirit is a true son in the image of the Father. Phanuel also taught that the spirit (green rod of the infant) can be perverted by demons, Similitude V:57-63. Jesus taught us that demons defile the purified body in the following way, Matthew 12:43-45, 15:15,18; Romans 7:18-21; I John 4:1, Similitude VIIl:5-12 shows the results of our wrestlings with demons. Some are under various degrees of possession while some men are productive. But almost all the productive ones Michael received were taken as such at death and sent to heaven itself, John 12:24, Similitude VIII:13,14, Daniel 12:1-3, Similitude VIII:25-30. Others seeming to hear fruit who remain behind are elect men like elm trees who have fruit from the angels of God (Similitude II, John 15:1; I Corinthians 4:8).

Phanuel and his angels then try to get the others to repent in this life by the Word of God which they hear, Similitude VIII:15-20, Isaiah 44:1-4. In Similitude VIII:28, he tells us the end result of the whole matters Habakkuk 2:14; Matthew 6:10, 18:14; Romans 8:38-39. Similitude VIII:32-44 shows the result of Phanuel's work on the consciences of man in this life. Verses 45-48 shows that all do not repent because they are tightly held by demons, and rather than have the word blasphemed by them, they were not dealt with greatly by the angels of God, Genesis 6:3; II Timothy 2:24-26. Jesus expressed God's reasoning on this point in these words: Matthew 7:6; Luke 16:10-13. As for the various snares and traps and prison holes demons hold the others in, they are explained in verses 22; Luke 16:49-83, chapter 18.


Who is it that causes feelings of lust (James 4:1-7)

And brings within anxiety and disgust; (James 3:8-16)

Wants that can't be satisified (Matthew 6:31-34)

Desires which are not pacified? (Psalm 140:8)

Demons are truly the real answer (I John 3:8)

Which eat the soul like infecting cancer (I Peter 5:8)

It is your mind they hope to prove (Wisdom 2:1-17)

To weigh you down and keep you moved. (Psalm 37:14-19)

From Christ who is that solid foundation, (I Corinthians 3:11)

Who has won our fitness for salvation. (Isaiah 53:11-12)

They want each heart in their control, (II Timothy 2:25)

But does the Holy Ghost your thoughts patrol? (II Corinthians 6:16-18)

All your will must be in subjection (Matthew 22:37)

If Christ will establish your direction (Proverbs "Proven Herbs" 3:5-7, 9:1-5, Daniel 1:12-16)

Devils lust strongly to be your guide (Matthew 12:43-45)

The powers of darkness and failing pride (Proverbs 16:18)

They pressure the mind by strong vexation (Psalm 37:8-9)

Juggling the nerves into motivation (Psalm 39:1-3)

To do acts of sin and transgression (Galatians 5:16-21)

And confirm the law of condemnation (Romans 7:21-25)

They hope man to darkness will quickly hasten (John 3:19-20)

Rather than to the light which quickens (John 5:21)

Christ, the light, is the world's solution (John 8:12)

To any kind of demonic pollution (Romans 7:24-25)

But you first must want instruction (Matthew 5:6)

That will cleanse the soul of all corruption (John 15:3)

Light will change that natural inclination (I Corinthians 2:5-9)

Making void the law of condemnation (II Corinthians 3:9-12)

Bringing to you a healing balm (Malachi 4:2)

Most necessary for peace and calm (John 14:27)

Enabling the mind to dwell on perfection (Philippians 3:14-16)

By quietly hearing the voice of correction (Hebrews 12:6-11)

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