Christian (Non-Fiction)

You Can Call Him Dad

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“You Can Call Him Dad”: an illuminating manuscript that helps in the healing of the spirit and brings Godly wisdom into the mind.
“In pursuit of redemption, enlightenment, and self-actualization, a soul will eventually discover the Law of One. That is, the greater connectedness of all living beings
in God. Written from the Lord in Christ, You Can Call Him Dad addresses the misconceptions of many in need today. Where do we come from? How do we get to
heaven? Do we have a perfect match? When will the world end? Told in His words are
discourse on the life and times of Jesus and Mary Christ, the mystery of the twin flames, the higher self and the oversoul, the creation story, Noah’s ark and the legend of Atlantis, the Book of Revelation, and Ezekiel’s wheels. This book can be read both as an interpretation of scripture, and, as a prescription for healing now and in times to come.” Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Tammy Keener
Newsom’s new book is a mind-clearing creation that builds a discourse about the Biblical scripture through guided writing from the Lord in Christ.

WHEELS

THE WHEELS OF GOD— CREATION STANDS WHEELS (EZEKIEL: CHAPTERS 1 AND 2) A Bold Statement on Creation These are the generations of the creation of heaven and earth. The first day: light emerging from darkness. He reflected a pattern onto the void. The second day: planets, stars, and space dust form from the void and chaos of the particle stream off the young universe. The third day: emergence of the environment to support life; the earth solidifies in material form, and separated are land and sea. The fourth day: emergence of the trajectory of our satellite, the moon, the signs for seasons and days, and the continuation of the evolution of the source for the bread of life and the birth of life within the seas. The fifth day: living creatures, born into the oxygen-rich environment, emerging from first primordial state of the seas. This is the beginning of fulfillment of spirit into matter. The sixth day: the emergence of higher intelligence in creatures, i.e., man, separated into male and female (Gen. 2:4). Consider the vastness of space in a space-time continuum that is happening now. Now is all at once with all distance that can only be measured by time. Time is happening all at once because all of time, i.e., space, is within God and moves with the Almighty’s hand. Before the universe was the void. Light and dark existed. Hand in hand, quantum gravity and string theory—which attempts to unify four forces in the universe (electromagnetic force, the strong nuclear force, the weak nuclear force, and gravity)—form the one unified theory. The Unmoved Mover set up the String Theory. God is the mover of the universe and does not move. The rest of God on the seventh day allowed for creation to evolve. The Unmoved Mover rests. Quantum physics is the idea that the universe cannot simultaneously exist in interdimensional matter or it would simultaneously destroy itself. The vast reaches of space are relevant to only the third dimension. Other six or seven dimensions are inaccessible to us as a relatively low vibrational core. The intercontinental movement, which has been continuous, is God’s handiwork. The earth is in continuous motion and continuous evolvement. It was developed and created for you to ponder in revelation and to enjoy. The earth and all who dwell therein were made in love. Open your eyes and see the truth within you. This is the start of the Law of One. In the beginning was God’s word, and the word was with God, and the word was God. Genesis 1—the dawn of creation was the age in human time. It could be guessed at 13.8 billion years. Man moved inside the woman and thus began life. At the order of Creation, there was a big bang. Thus, the Law of One was formed in which creation would live then forever more in flux within God. The Law of One is the feeling that every living thing has in the heart Tammy Keener Newsom You Can Call HIM Dad 22 23 and the mind of belonging to something larger in scope than oneself. The creation of simple cells began toward man’s descent into matter with the creation of single molecules and atoms. Newly formed particles with properties of both energy and matter began swirling autonomously in harmonic union with the dance of life. The Story Of Lilith According to God’s word, Lilith was the life, the state of the particle stream, and the first order of the universe, which was chaos. Lilith moved in chaos until matter came to order. After the first moment of the big bang, particles were dispelled in all directions and without path or order or pattern. At this stage of the universe, the Law of One emerged as particles were disappearing or reappearing in midstream—an infinite number of particles. The Law of One is the higher self, coming together, returning as one in spirit. Simply stated, the Law of One is a higher form of self, the whole self, which was part of the original design within God. Through the grace of God, quarks were the first to rise out of chaos until expelled into orbit or wheel (Ezekiel). The chaos yielded to the electron orbit, the first rotation around a heavenly body. The first sub-“Adamic” or subatomic particles were the first to dance in life to the word of the Heavenly Host; and thus, Lilith was born. The dance of life was cut into three particles in the cosmos until the processes were perfected. God saw that it was good. Chaos, or Lilith, which represented the building blocks of all of life and matter, reigned until particles began to slow down in tandem to the dance of life and began attracting one another, thus forming perfect circles into the electron shells, according to God’s word. Electron shells were in mere movement until the particles grew into more complex and interdependent subatomic particles of neutrons and protons. Protons and electrons were being labeled and conductive and compacted through attraction and repulsion. The Law of One was in perfect cadence to the dance of life. In the dance of life, the word was with God, and the word was God. Male and female reformed into matter as incandescent as the stars and their revolving planets and their moons in parts of worlds unshaken as glass sees the window in which its light is shone through. The world below was in caper as liquid atom retained their composition and dust comprised the beginning of the residue that continues to this day. The world of the Lord and its making was similar to the way the crust was absorbed into the lantern of light molded as the moon and its revolving planet. The world was shaken to its core the moment of creation when life began as sonic resonance begat rotating circles, so the wheels burst forth at time and space in continuum. The wheel spun into being its shape as the building blocks of matter were formed. These sacred particles—atoms—were recorded in Scripture as the “wheels” of prophet Ezekiel’s vision. The sky remains sacred to its knowledge of the sun as the core of creation. The time’s wheels rotate around the sun in clockwise orbit to sustain growth and abundance as the source of wealth, like a patrician’s handbag (work of the Lord). The earth and the sky were sacredly absorbed in their course with one another, maintaining their distance and yet rejoicing in the unrelenting communion of day and night as the wheel of the moon, which touched Martian soil before it was born again in this solar plate. The clock was ticking when the world began, and the creation that followed moved. Moments that slid into years and patterns and ages commenced against the sky as we wait until the dawn returns once more on each day. What Comes around Goes Around Modern thought surrounding Ezekiel’s wheels surmises that the Old Testament prophet saw a UFO. However, the Creator’s words came through loud and clear rather differently than previously supposed. All of life turns on wheels, and all of life came into abundance based on the rotation of the wheel. The universe is built upon the wheels. “The appearance of the wheels and their work was like unto the color of a beryl; they four had one likeness, and their work was as it were a wheel in the middle of a wheel. They went up, and they went upon their four sides, and they turned not when they went as Tammy Keener Newsom You Can Call HIM Dad 24 25 for their rings were full of eyes round about them four; and when the living creatures were lifted up from the earth, the wheels were lifted up” (Ezekiel 1:16–19). “The likeness of the firmament upon the head of the living creature and above the firmament that was over their heads was the likeness of a throne as the appearance of a sapphire stone: and upon the likeness of the throne was the likeness as the appearance of a man above upon it” (Ezekiel 1:1–28). The spirit of the living creatures was seen in the wheels (Ezek. 1:20–21). The spirit is eternal, and out of spirit was life born. In Ezekiel’s vision, the wheels were seen as two in one, with one wheel apparently set inside the other at right angles, which enabled the “living creatures” to move in any direction instantly without having to turn, like a flash of lightning. The likeness of the creatures resembled coals of burning fire, like torches. It went hither and thither amongst the beings and from the fire came forth lightening. And the beings ran hither and thither in a zig zag manner. As a result, the creatures were able to move in any direction the wheels moved. The mobility of the wheels suggests the omnipresence of God; the eyes, His omniscience; and the elevated position of omnipotence. As terrifying as this vision was, it vividly displayed the majesty and glory of God who came to Ezekiel and the children of Israel during the Babylonian exile. The vision of the wheels reminded all of the power and consistency of God’s word, which is never ending, even beyond life. The Human Story Begins With the evolution of matter in the form of wheels, the human story of life began with Adam and Eve’s descent into matter. Souls were created about 400 million years ago (says the Lord, 2020). At that time, souls worked in tandem with God. Before that, there was no need for a separate consciousness apart from God. The two were merged in the beginning. The earth’s ecosystem progressed accordingly to its strain along the evolutionary chain. Then, about two million years ago, the need for human tissue emerged. The root cause of pain is misalliance and disobedience from the mainframe. All human appetites have their origin in sin. All souls must serve themselves, according to His word. However, as souls began to turn away from God who provided spiritual sustenance, and toward each other for gratification, the question was then being asked other of human beings, “What can you offer me?” Jesse was a baby immune to the work of suffering in the human planet from the moment water and life rained as manna from heaven and poured into the caves and to the lakes and rivers. The Christ child wasn’t born in the usual fashion. He was infused with the knowledge of the ancients. He was part of heaven on earth, peace, love, and goodwill toward men. They revived the oceans in the planet’s surface dwellers into twelve muscle groups of man. This is to prove they needed the water to receive life. But God has given God’s loving attributes with his human skin that he would not swim against the tide like the others. He would be at peace and at one. He had an ageless complexion and woman and man formed as one from the same dust of the stars yet knew the tides all too well. The completed plan of the Lord was to evolve humans to the point of swimming in human suffering within the tide until the ceaseless waters do abate. Humans began as descended from apes. The Son of God was precious to behold and had evolved along with the sun and the moon and the planets in their rotation so that he too could come into creation. He was perfected in his form, known as the first man, Adam, and equal to his companion—the queen spirit of the Nile—known as Eve. The one was split into two. Jesus said on the night of the last supper, “This is my body broken for you.” They were broken apart in skin and reborn as twin flesh that their reunion was the herald of spring and their love would remain tolerant of that sacred union of creation when souls were created without knowing the vices of human torment. She was our lady (Notre Dame). Eve was the life of 27 Tammy Keener Newsom 26 the Lord in twin flame and was devolved to bring spirit to human flesh. The cornerstone of the work of the twin-flame relationship was modeled from the Creator who moved inside oneself before we were born. The star over Bethlehem symbolized Christ incarnate born into human consciousness. This is the rapture mystery Mary, the mother of Jesus, was in a state. And she spoke out with a loud voice, “Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb” (Luke 1:42). It was the rapture at the immaculate conception. The sacred trust of truth and consciousness in baby Jesus was conceived in the normal human interaction of coitus in creation of the offspring of the one of the twin selves. “Lo as soon as the voice of thy salutation sounded in mine ears, the babe leaped in my womb for joy” (Lk. 1:44). The pair was born of flesh, filled with the same material of all life yet, knowing in God eternal, both fully aware and fully human at the same time. The sacred trust of truth and consciousness in baby Jesus was human. The superconscious came into being before that, according to the plan of the Law of One.

About the author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Tammy Newsom is a Dayton, OH author. In 2015 she published her first full length book, A History of Peace in Dayton, Ohio, which celebrated Dayton’s two-hundred-plus years of peace history. You Can Call Him Dad is her second book, which she began writing down seven years ago. view profile

Published on August 25, 2020

Published by Covenant Books

50000 words

Genre: Christian (Non-Fiction)