THE NICEA-CREED In a FREE CATHOLIC interpretation. without old anathemas.
(All:) WE CONTEMPLATE IN FREEDOM THE BELIEFS IN ONE GOD,
eternal. infinite, transcendent and temporary immanent, who is now manifesting
as a HEAVENLY TRINITY and as us and as the whole creation.
WE CONTEMPLATE IN FREEDOM THE BELIEFS IN THE FATHER,
whose will has before all ages predestinated us to pilgrimages in time and space
until our latent divinity is manifested and we return to the Father.
WE CONTEMPLATE IN FREEDOM THE BELIEFS IN THE SON
OR CHRIST-NATURE, who is identical with our eternal SELF and of "the same
Substance as the Father". He is according to the parables of Jesus and of the
Ancient mysteries "born" in all the matter of the universe. One symbol used for
Matter is his material mother, "the virgin Mary". The Holy Spirit is named his
Heavenly Mother. He is according to the parables crucified in matter during the
incarnation and as dead. And he is said to reach resurrection to both bodily life
as if reincarnated and to spiritual reawakened consciousness in eternal heavens.
WE CONTEMPLATE IN FREEDOM BELIEFS IN THE HOLY GHOST
the Giver of life, who is worshipped and glorified together with the Father and
the Son and who speaks through prophets. We contemplate the Temple
of God as one, holy allembracing and apostolic. We contemplate the beliefs in a
baptism for remission of sins, the resurrection of all the dead and the life of
the world to come. .Amen
AN ACT OF FAITH (2) (All may read))
We may contemplate all acts of faith while seeking Spiritīs truth, remaining free well knowing words and thoughts are limiting. We may abolish councilīs majority-decisions against minorities. We may abolish condemnations of free thinking. We may abolish binding dogmas and anathemas appended to old creeds (as Nicea)
We may "proclaim release to captive souls. recovering of sight to blind souls,
We may set at liberty" But we shall also love those who stay in written codes.
AN ACT OF FAITH (3) (All may read)
We contemplate in freedom the faith that God and our eternal nature is beyond light and darkness but that God will let us experience opposites in order to teach us. We contemplate that God may send darkness as a dark angel to save us from temptations as when God did send an angels with frightening sword against Balaam (Numbers 22) who did first not understand it was to save him from danger. We contemplate that God may send us on a dark pilgrimage to find an impopular truth which we will not find in sunshine. We contemplate how God sends sunshine and rain equal to all but that we react differently according to our ripeness. We contemplate how a wise soul who is send on the path of the cross may say "hail cross, my only hope". We contemplate how one faith can help and an other faith can be illusive binding letter and how the Spirit of Truth shall liberate (John 16 13)