Historical Comment

The history of Christianity has corrupted the message of Christ and kept the saints from the pure fountain of living waters. The special river that flows is a sacred bathing place that the Hitopadesha[1] calls “contemplation” and refers to it as “the waters of truth. Go to that river for purification: Thy soul cannot be made pure by mere water.” Expressed by Isaiah as a loss, the Hebrew counterpart to this river says the “river is turned far away and the brooks of defense shall be emptied and dried up.” [2] In Jeremiah: “For my people have committed two evils; they have forsaken me the fountain of living waters, and hewed them out cisterns, broken cisterns, that can hold no water.”[3] The meaning of the Christian baptism was not so much the immersion in mere waters. It was obtaining the waters of truth and finding the knowledge of the Lord that purifies us. A modern prophet gave us this declaration, “How long can rolling waters remain impure? What power shall stay the heavens? As well might man stretch forth his puny arm to stop the Missouri river in its decreed course, or to turn it up stream, as to hinder the Almighty from pouring down knowledge from heaven upon the heads of the Latter-day Saints?”[4] When the waters are murky, the knowledge of the Lord turns into darkness. When the sea heaves itself beyond its bounds because of an overabundance of technologically the truth remains buried beyond measure. We stagger in thirst as if desert wilderness without water.

Traditionally, Christianity will not be able to tolerate this message. Nevertheless, because of the dawn of troublous times and in hope for a remnant, this record should satisfy the thirst of many. Knowledge hides its face until the time of the end. You are about to receive the pure waters of life and your redemption is near at hand if you can see and understand as a stake of Zion is sufficient to establish the Holy Order of the Son of God.



Head of the Corner

The stone which the builders rejected, the same is become
the head of the corner
Matthew 21:42

Samuel Louis Dael


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Dedicated to the American Remnant that arises willing to taste the waters of heaven and stem the tide of a troubling sea. It is a time of great knowledge, the kind that is not set to be destroyed, but rather to quench the thirst of those ready to understand. This is not definitive proof to a Christian in denial, but it can help to give meaning to the troubled spirit that is drenched in the muddy waters of Christianity. This book will not help those who look to traditional forms, but to those willing to look back to times of clarity before God gave us gall to drink in order to preserve us until the day of redemption.


Isaiah also cried concerning Israel, Though the number of the children of Israel be as the sand of the sea, a remnant shall be saved:

For he will finish the work and cut it short in righteousness: because a short work will the Lord make upon the earth.

And as Isaiah said before, Except the Lord of Sabaoth had left us a seed, we had been as Sodom, and been made like unto Gomorrah. (Romans 9:27–29 spelling corrected)

The above also came from the Book of Mormon:

13 And now, the thing which our father meaneth concerning the grafting in of the natural branches through the fulness of the Gentiles, is, that in the latter days, when our seed shall have dwindled in unbelief, yea, for the space of many years, and many generations after the Messiah shall be manifested in body unto the children of men, then shall the fulness of the gospel of the Messiah come unto the Gentiles, and from the Gentiles unto the remnant of our seed—

14 And at that day shall the remnant of our seed know that they are of the house of Israel, and that they are the covenant people of the Lord; and then shall they know and come to the knowledge of their forefathers, and also to the knowledge of the gospel of their Redeemer, which was ministered unto their fathers by him; wherefore, they shall come to the knowledge of their Redeemer and the very points of his doctrine, that they may know how to come unto him and be saved.

15 And then at that day will they not rejoice and give praise unto their everlasting God, their rock and their salvation? Yea, at that day, will they not receive the strength and nourishment from the true vine? Yea, will they not come unto the true fold of God? (1 Nephi 15:13–15)

The Lord wanted to cut his season short in righteousness. This began with the restoration during Daniels 62nd week by resoring the Fullness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, but in the midst of the week, the holy people destroyed the sanctuary, which was the Holy Order of the Son of God and the city, which was the New Jerusalem. The saints of the restoration will be in denial when they read the Head of the Corner. The reason the Lord’s work was short is because of the abomination of 1844. The redemption of Zion was thus delayed according the Lords actual statement, and the short work failed to bring everlasting righteousness. Only a remnant will arise at the appointed time when the New Jerusalem will never again be destroyed.


At the opening of the sixth seal of Revelation, the sun became as black as sackcloth of hair. The reason for such darkness coincided with the dark ages of medieval Christianity during the inquisitions. Although darkness came at the beginning of Christianity, the cover depicts in the center a symbol of the Great Pyramid from the Dollar Bill. It is maintained that Jesus Christ knew of the Pyramid and its Devine message of allegory. The basic prophecy of the Great Pyramid gives us the year 1844 as the stumbling block to fall before the restored kingdom. This is fundamental in the Great Pyramid predicted precisely to arrive in 1844. Many will disagree, but Daniel indicated it would happen in the 62nd week. Those that prefer darkness more than light will not read the Head of the Corner.

[1] Hitopadesha (Sanskrit: Hitopadesa) is a collection of Sanskrit fables in prose and verse written

[2] in the 12 century C.E. It is an independent treatment of the Panchatantra

[3] Jeremiah 2:13

[4] LDS  Doctrine & Covenants 121:33

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