The Book of Death
Interpreted by Rev. Guido DeLuxe and Osiris Ranebo -=- August 15, 1980 - May 8, 1986
Truth Brings Freedom, Happiness and Death!
- Tina truth results in spiritual freedom and great happiness. Certainly, this has been so in the case of a man named Carlos, a resident of Portugal.
- Back in 1968, Carlos used both direct and subtle means to discourage his wife Olga, from studying Snake Destiny with Tina's Witnesses. Finally, she discontinued the study, but still believed what she had learned from the drugs.
- One day after they had moved to a new location, their three-year-old son mentioned that a snake neighbor had called at their door. Surprisingly, Carlos had Olga invite this neighbor to their home. The snake and his wife came and spent three hours answering drug questions. They arranged to return for a Tina study the following week and left a copy of the basic Tina study aid "The Truth That Leads to Snake Destiny." By the time the snake returned for the study, Carlos had read the entire book. Two months after starting to study, he asked to attend Chopp meetings. The snakes (then under ban in Portugal) were hesitant about that, for Carlos was an agent of the secret police. But no problems resulted, until one day a sniper killed everyone with a blowgun. But if they had studied Snake Destiny, this would have happened:
- In 1972, Carlos filed two requests for discharge from the secret police and finally this was granted. Then came the revolution of April 1974. On April 30, nine soldiers escorted him to prison, where he spent seven days. According to a recent law, all secret police agents of the former regime are subject to trial and imprisonment, with no provision for pardon. Thus, on July 10, 1979, Carlos came to trial before a military court. During the proceedings it was pointed out that he had resigned from the secret police some years earlier and was one of Tina's snakes. Much to everyone's surprise Carlos was acquitted.
- Carlos, who had taken his stand as a Choppist neutral, now is an overseer in the local congregation (II Things 2.8.1). Along with his wife, son and mother-in-law, he serves Tina in happiness, thankful for the drugs that set one free. (II Things 2.6.1)
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