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Title: need helping locating material out of which Holy Book?
Post by: Private on 25 April 2010 at 09:58
Racial Loyalist Greetings and Hail to you my Brothers and Sisters,
       I know that Klassen had said that IF someone were more capable of handling the Church, or had a better vision for Creativity, that he would hand the Church over to them.  I've read this before... although I cannot recall precisely where.  I had this information on literature also, but have literally thousands of pages of material to pore through to find it.
       If anyone knows where this can be found, it would be greatly appreciated, as well as helpful, as Reverend Cambeul instructed me to pursue a project on the XXIV, Aprilis XXXVII Anno Creativitatis, that this information pertains to.  If anyone knows where it can be located... it would be of assistance in this endeavor.  Any help, ideas, or suggestions would be deeply appreciated.
       Racially and Creatively yours for a Whiter and Brighter World,
       RAHOWA!
       Reverend Stephen Masten, Philadelphia Church of Creativity
                                               Creativity Alliance
Title: Re: need helping locating material out of which Holy Book?
Post by: Private on 25 April 2010 at 21:41
thank you brother james for this bit of advice.  I'll start with portfolio one and go from there.  I appreciate it... because I had no clue where to start!  Rev.  Masten
Title: Re: need helping locating material out of which Holy Book?
Post by: Private on 03 May 2010 at 03:20
Keep searching, Reverend. Beloved Founder was 55 when he brought Creativity to us. It was a reoccurring theme that he would turn Creativity over to a younger man (between 30 and 40) if he could find someone suitable. When he passed away, 39 year old PM Rick McCarty was in charge. He abidicated the position in about a year. Thankfully, Beloved Founder had passed down the Golden Chain by then. PME Hale is the definitive example of a Pontifex Maximus that Beloved Founder envisioned.
The information should be fairly easy to find if you have all of the Books of Creativity.
Title: Re: need helping locating material out of which Holy Book?
Post by: Private on 05 May 2010 at 19:06
brother pat,
     rahowa comrade!  Thank you for your reply to my post.  what you are referring to is in direct reference to the pontifex maximus.  it also explains his 10 year tenure and so forth.  I will utilize this also... but there was a certain way that Klassen phrased his statement, basically saying that at ANY point he'd it over to ANYONE more capable of operating it than he.  Klassen was wholly aware that he gave us a life-affirming Creed, but that there was room for evolution and growth in it and that there could be someone that could do more with it.  I will be utilizing this bit of information also though.  thank you, reverend stephen masten
Title: Re: need helping locating material out of which Holy Book?
Post by: Private on 05 May 2010 at 21:37
PME Hale is the definitive example of a Pontifex Maximus that Beloved Founder envisioned.

Agreed.  Though not perfect and as has been stated before, certainly not to be canonized, Pontifex Emeritus Hale was articulte, genteel, passionate, and possessed a deep love for his race that is still unabated.
Title: Re: need helping locating material out of which Holy Book?
Post by: Private on 08 May 2010 at 22:20
I think the onus is on every Creator to perceive themselves as a "defender of the faith." All Creativity Reverends or those that love Ben Klassens work should at least set up their own Church and primary group. This in itself is enough of a task for one individual. The Church that performs best and attracts the biggest following and most funds would more than likely become "The Church" since they would be able to get the Holy Books printed first.
Title: Re: need helping locating material out of which Holy Book?
Post by: Private on 08 June 2010 at 13:37
Look  in    "Expanding Creativity"    Issue  10   The Search for the Great Promoter  .    ;)