Rewriting History – Volume II – “The Universe and its Inhabitants” – The disintegrating energy


By Stefania Caterina and Tomislav Vlašić


We will read a passage from the book “The universe and its inhabitants” on page 32:


The disintegrating energy


Even the action of evil produces a vortex which is the satanic vortex. From the satanic vortex flows negative energy as it does not contain life but death; it is the result of the evil deeds of the demons, the damned and the men who serve Lucifer. Every thought and action, both of the spirits and of men, produces certain effects that flow into the universe in the form of physical and spiritual energy. If a thought or action is good and in accordance with the laws of God, it spreads out in the universe in the form of beneficial energy. This energy does not wander in the universe but enters into the Trinitarian vortex where it is enhanced and redistributed in the universe through the perpetual motion of the vortex itself. In this manner the good done by one and all returns to the creatures and produces other good. Vice versa, if a thought or action is evil and contrary to the laws of life, it produces evil energy that gathers in the satanic vortex and flows back to creation through the action of the vortex itself.


In the same way as primary energy pours out of the Trinitarian vortex filling the entire creation and giving it life, the energy pouring out of the satanic vortex brings suffering and death. This energy is disintegrating since its effects are in total contrast to those of the primary energy that comes out of the Trinitarian vortex. The disintegrating energy brings division, the creatures’ detachment from God and alteration of the physical and spiritual laws.


The satanic vortex and the disintegrating energy that derives from it are the consequence of the rebellion of Lucifer and his angels at the beginning of creation. Since then the Trinitarian and the satanic vortex confront each other incessantly. However, unlike the Trinitarian vortex, the satanic vortex is not everywhere active in the same way.


In the low universe, where the action of the demons is strong, the satanic vortex acts at maximum power and the disintegrating energy is very active. It produces dramatic effects on the physical level: for example, it determines the continuous expansion of the universe so that the galaxies are increasingly moving further away from each other; it strongly corrupts matter, determines diseases, and accelerates the aging processes of living organisms and so on. On a spiritual level it generates hatred and rebellion toward God; it causes conflicts and wars among men and increases coldness, arrogance, depravation, etc.


In the medium universe, the satanic vortex is not as powerful as in the low universe. Consequently, the action of the disintegrating energy is limited; however, its effects are quite similar to those in the low universe.


In the high universe, however, the satanic vortex cannot act since the humanities that populate it have not committed original sin. Therefore, they have not accepted evil in themselves causing the action of Lucifer and his vortex to keep away from the high universe. Lucifer does not have access to this universe and strongly fears the men who inhabit it.


Those who are Christians shall immerse themselves in these words or in the reading of the Gospel of Luke, chapter 6, where Jesus speaks about beatitude. Christians have received the pure Spirit of God as a seed; they have received the thought of God who knows everything, who automatically acts in a positive manner and who creates and recreates. What is the disintegrating part in us? Every impulse of envy, jealousy, judgement and condemnation is. You will notice that everything starts from the inside of man. All those who cannot forgive justify themselves by accusing others; yet, forgiving has a positive effect especially on the person who forgives because it heals the person who will not feel hurt anymore; his life will become overflowing. In this sense Luke says, “Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful. Do not judge, and you will not be judged; do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven; give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap; for the measure you give will be the measure you get back.”[1] So, what do we have to do? We have to empty ourselves of our thought and open up to the thought of God.

In the first letter to the Corinthians St. Paul says that knowledge puffs up.[2] In the context in which he speaks he means a religious, Christian knowledge; but “anyone who loves God is known by him“, penetrated by God, by the knowledge of God, by the thought of God who is pure love; He raises our spirit wisely and perfectly to the extent of the originality and the pathway of each one of us. If our spirit is raised, it can raise the soul, and ultimately our body will be raised too. If we are known by God, as St. Paul says, then we can love our enemies, we can stay upright, and we are blessed even when crucified by the troubles of the world. I would like to ask you, “Are you living this?” These are the words of Jesus; that is the Gospel; we have adhered to Jesus Christ when we were baptized. What is our gain if we are not blessed as Christians? What can we give the corrupt world if we too have corrupt thoughts, wishes, words and deeds?

I turn to you who listen: when Jesus sent His Apostles to preach, He sent them to raise, heal and drive out demons. This power is given also to each one of us to the extent of our originality and our mission. Every one of us owns the fullness in his originality. Through each of us who is upright and carrying the thought of God, which is always love and justice, God creates, redeems and recreates – it is miraculous. So, those who follow this path and those who have ears to hear shall immerse themselves in the thought of God and become co-redeemer as the Blessed Virgin Mary became at the foot of the Cross. Man cannot be neutral: either he accepts the impulse of the Spirit of God or He accepts another impulse, a corrupt one. So, what are we Christians good for if we are not co-redeemers with Christ? Are we expecting that the world may change, that the corrupt may be put in jail, that the militants are crushed by the bombs? That is not co-redemption. We have the ability to change the world, to make the situations change. I call on the priests: you can do miracles with the people every day. I call on you who are married: you can give your loved ones a happy life; you can witness how your children change. Prayer groups, who gather to pray and reflect, do not accomplish anything if they do not immerse themselves in the reality that their thought rebuilds humanity and changes humanity. Those prayers do not reach God; they are not welcomed since they are not in harmony with God, with the Spirit of God. Consequently, looking at what happens in the universe by arguing whether the faithful brothers exist or not is not enough – these discussions are useless. Immerse yourselves in Christ and you will understand everything because God will know you and you will know God and His actions; you will know the universe as it was created by God, as it is followed by God and as it will be in the end.


I bless you with the prayer that you can pray as well:

”Search me, O God, and know my heart;
test me and know my thoughts.
24 See if there is any wicked way in me,
and lead me in the way everlasting.”

(Ps 139, 23-24)

I bless you so that in you may grow the desire for change and penetration by the thought of God; that your thought may be the thought of Christ that touches people and touches creation and leads all back to harmony. I bless you so that you commit yourselves to rebuilding and resurrecting your marriages, your families and prayer groups; so that you are committed to resurrecting the parishes and the Christian people and to changing society. The Spirit of God shall accompany you, in the name of Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.

[1] Lk 6:36-38

[2] 1 Corinthians 8:1-13