A Résumé of the Beliefs on which
The Elizabeth Bellhouse Foundation is Based

The Elizabeth Bellhouse Foundation believes it has consistently 'preached the gospel' Christ preached and commanded His followers to pass on; it has shared — gratis — with all who have shown interest in its work, its understanding about Christ's healing methods.  This paper sets out the rationale underlying its constitution and its efforts.

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The principal thing to be accepted is that we should adopt a thoroughly positive view of Christ's teaching.  We should put another gloss on the idea that He came [to earth] to save us from our sins, and that He took our sins upon Himself.   We should recollect that He accused the spiritual leaders of His day of concealing spiritual knowledge and throwing away the key.  That is: far from being condemnatory of the man in the street, He had every sympathy with him.  We should square up to the fact that today's spiritual leaders have little in common with the ordinary members of the Early Christian Church.  Today's church does not preach–and–heal as the ordinary run of the Early Christians did, providing food for the soul and relief from those outcomes of The Fall: disease, disablement and even death.  What the Early Christians set out to do was: establish God's Kingdom on Earth: create a Oneness of Heaven and Earth.  That which St. John the Divine foresaw: Heavenly conditions of existence descending to Earth, rejoicing as abride rejoices as she joins the husband she loves.

The pith and kernel of Christ's teaching was that we should set about establishing God's Kingdom on Earth.  And, furthermore, He demonstrated the feasibility of doing so.  He showed us the way to throw off the effects of The Fall: the way to reclaim the Perfection which was ours at our Beginning and will be ours again when we have attained The End for which Fallen man has no choice but to strive.

The 'gospel' of Christ: the good news He preached, was that man is equipped to bring about this immense change in living conditions.  And He not only told us how to set about it, but also gave demonstration after demonstration that mankind can do it — such an immense volume of demonstrations that we are told 'if they should be written every one ... the world could not contain [all] the books that should be written' (John 21:25).

Christians have the following guidance:

which, in St. Matthew's Gospel occupies chapters 5, 6 and 7, outlines Jesus Christ's philosophy.  It summarises the way we should live our lives.  It says we should be 'doers not [mere] hearers'.  Taken all in all, according to the findings of today's most advanced science, if we were to live as Jesus said we should do, we would effectually lay the foundations for a Oneness of Heaven and Earth: for the Kingdom of God on Earth.  In sum Jesus said: we should aim at being as perfect as God is perfect, and that we can rely on Him to provide us with all we need while we seek to serve Him — so de facto setting up His Kingdom on Earth.

which opens with acknowledgement of God's holiness and pre–eminence, and immediately goes on to pray: 'Thy kingdom come on earth ...'  That is: we want to live within the framework set up by God.

in which St. Luke records that Jesus said:

The disciples were 'to preach [or teach about, or advocate the setting up of] the Kingdom of God and to heal the sick' (9:2) (this is echoed in: Matt 10:7–8; Mark 6:12–13; Luke 10:9); that, being doers, the disciples 'departed ... preaching the gospel and healing everywhere' (9:6); and that Jesus 'spake unto [lay people who sought him out] of the Kingdom of God and healed them ...' (9:11).  That is, three times in ten verses we are told 'healing' (much of it healing miracles) and 'preaching the gospel' (the good news that the Kingdom of God is accessible) are a package.

besides the statements in the gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke we have, also, the Epistle of James (who was considered to be Jesus Christ's spiritual brother and was the leader of the Early Church):

(a) (2:22) "By works was faith made perfect": you cannot dispense with 'works'.  That is: Jesus demonstrated that the Kingdom of God was accessible; i.e. that a state–of–existence in which, for instance, mental Darkness is miraculously transformed into Enlightenment, Grief for others' suffering is transformed into Gladness (as loved ones are miraculously restored to life and health), and one's own Suffering is transformed into incredulous and lasting Joy.  He brought Enlightenment to, for example, the man born blind; brought to an end the gnawing hunger of the famished (feeding thousands on more than one occasion from His disciples' pitifully small stores of food) and brought to an end the prolonged and hopeless suffering of all the crippled and diseased who presented themselves to Him for healing.  In short: He advocated one thing: the setting up of the Kingdom of God on Earth and He showed that the Kingdom's characteristics (Enlightenment, Gladness, Joy and Plenty) could be translated from Heaven to earth.  Those demonstrations, St. James said, gave teeth to Jesus Christ's preaching.

which covered Substance manifesting as mineral, plant, animal and man within four dimensional Form, and Space, and Time, were, factually, demonstrations that the material and its placement in Space and Time can be upgraded until they are Perfect and in perfect relationship with all other.

His miracles also upheld the two Great Commandments: (A) love God with ALL your heart and soul and mind and strength and understanding (thus de facto making Him your unquestioned spiritual leader or king) and (B) behave towards your neighbour with the unremitting and unstinting care, tolerance and hope with which any positive person reacts when misfortune overtakes them.  And 'neighbour' is to be understood to signify everyone with whom one comes into contact.

He declared that He (Jesus Christ) and Almighty God are a oneness.  It was by fact of that Oneness that He could teach mankind about divinity and could do miracles: He, who is "The Word" (the purposeful Sound — or Energy, or Creative Act: the morphogenic field emitted by God) must, quite obviously have "power over all flesh".  And He promised: once He (Jesus Christ) had overcome 'the last enemy' — Death — and had ascended to the heavenly Father, He would expand the conduit between Almighty God and His (Christ's) disciples.  As a result an aspect of God which demonstrably has no connection whatsoever with anything which is remotely connected with Fallen terrestrial existence would enter His disciples' Awareness and Enlighten their minds.  This aspect of the Deity which had never had any contact whatever with the Fall  he describes as the Spirit of Truth: that from which the element Truth emanates to Enlighten the mind, and in Whose existence man can take Comfort.  (That which he refused to discuss with the ineffectual Roman governor, Pontius Pilate, and blasphemy against which is, for ever, unforgivable).

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EACH OF THE FOUR GOSPELS ENDS WITH A 'COMMANDMENT'  WHICH UPHOLDS THE FOREGOING.

which, being political in nature, the Foundation cannot pursue: 'teach all nations'  (N.B. not 'men of all nations'): immerse fusions of men in the essence (this is what was meant at that time by 'the name') of the Father, Son and the Spirit of Truth and show them how to carry through, into the nation's/congregation's life, all that I (Jesus) have taught you.

Despite being aware of the principles which would make ethics, learning, science and technology, the sociopolitical set up, and financial dealings, compatible with the setting up of the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth, because of the prohibitions (rightly) imposed on registered Charities the Elizabeth Bellhouse Foundation does not elucidate.

(To Peter who was the disciples' leader) to 'feed my lambs' and 'feed my sheep':  that is, He who was the incarnation of "The Word" (that which created all things) commanded the leader of His disciples to nurture both the younger and the older creatures He had created: the earlier and the later creations: the sheep and the lambs.  That ties up with what Moses says in Genesis: man was created to be God's spiritual representative on earth (Gen 1:26) 'perfect as God is perfect'.  Man was created to provide both spiritual nurture and spiritual guardianship to all creation (vide Gen 1:28).  He was to be a good shepherd  leading the flock to green pastures and, if necessary, dying in defence of it.  (It should be remembered that Jesus claimed he had come to bring to fruition ('come to fulfil') The Law of which the Old Testament prophets were promoters and guardians.  That is: He endorsed their stance and findings.  And there from their agreement with the cosmology set out in Genesis by Moses, which includes the creation–of–man and the purposes he was created to serve).

to his disciples, to await empowerment: the descent of the 'Holy Spirit': the Spirit of Uprightness and Truth — which took place in the Upper Room at Pentecost (Acts 2: 1-4) — and had such an electric effect on the 120 men (plus the women who had followed Jesus) on whom It descended that: through (a) their new mental stance and outlook and (b) the change in the field they emitted, they had the potential to change the world from Fallen to Upright.  (See "The True Reality"), published by the Elizabeth Bellhouse Foundation, which goes into the mechanics which make this inevitable; and for the modern scientific findings which uphold this contention, see the Elizabeth Bellhouse Foundation's Christmas 1999 Newsletter).

Immediately following the descent of the Holy Spirit St. Peter addressed his fellow Jews and all who were living in Jerusalem (Act 2:14).  In that pivotal address he quoted the prophet Joel who stated: God says 'I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh ... (St. Paul makes it plain that this phrase covers every type of living creature): and on my servants and on my handmaidens I will pour out in those days of my Spirit (Acts 2:18).  God, St. Peter said, had shown He approved of Jesus of Nazareth by doing through Him miracles and wonders and signs ... 'He has received from the Father and poured out upon us the promised Holy Spirit' (Acts 2:33, J. B. Phillips translation).

— which is believed to pre–date Matthew, Luke and John — immediately prior to His Ascension Christ left a final commandment.  Addressing the eleven remaining disciples, He said: 'Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature' (16:15).  (See St. John's gospel supra: 'feed both My earlier and later creations with spiritual food').  There are: St. Peter's reliance on the Old Testament prophet Joel and St. Luke's account of John the Baptist's preaching which equated with Isaiah's prophecy that 'all flesh shall see the salvation of God'.  That is: 'All flesh' will be rescued from the disasters which have flowed from mankind's Fall from spiritual rectitude.

According to Mark, Christ went on to say that failure to carry out this one commandment would be disastrous.  He added that 'signs' would 'follow' in the wake of those who obeyed it: 'they [will] cast out devils [resolve psychic disorders: hallucinations and schizophrenias] they [will] speak with new tongues [they will spontaneously speak languages other than their own].  They [will handle venomous] snakes [with impunity] and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them.  [Because of His spiritual standing Jesus had proved to be immune to death by crucifixion and His disciples would evolve to become immune to the effects of life–threatening interventions of all and any kind], they will lay hands on the sick [by so doing they will transfer their own vibes to the sick: people whose lives are messed up by Dysfunction] and [the sick] will recover'.

And they (the eleven disciples whom He had commanded to 'preach the gospel [everywhere] and to every creature') went forth and preached [shared the knowledge they had acquired of Divinity and all that it betokens] everywhere.  The Lord backed them up [and 'working with them' as God had worked with Him] 'confirmed with signs' (also known as 'works' and/or 'miracles' or 'fruits').  (See 4 (a)–(f): St. James on the essentiality of works, and Luke 9:2–11, on the oneness of correct and sound preaching and healing).

St. Matthew (7:20) states that Jesus said: 'The signs' the disciples were told would follow in the wake of those who preached the gospel to every creature were 'fruits' which they would bring forth as inevitably as a 'good tree brings forth good fruit.  By their fruits ye shall know them'.  (The most up to date psychology, physics and engineering agree.  See the Elizabeth Bellhouse Foundation's Christmas 1999 Newsletter).  That is: healings and enlightenments will result from the interventions of those who do indeed 'preach'  [Christ's] gospel to every creature': who share with (or pass on their knowledge and/or what they experience of the divine) to every creature.  That 'gospel' or good news, is that at long, long last man is in a position to set up the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth.

That is: mankind is to pass on to 'every creature under heaven':  to all types of creature, the good news that man now knows how to bring Joy, Fulfilment and Plenty to all God's creatures.  Elsewhere St. Paul makes it perfectly clear: no matter what their classification: fish, birds, reptiles, the myriad micro flora and fauna of the soil — in fact all the macro, medial and micro living beings which have been imbued with Life courtesy of The Word of God — are to be made aware that a oneness of heaven and earth can now be inaugurated — by man.  In light of modern man's knowledge that statement covers every integer: every particle, atom, molecule, cell and system.  St. Paul is perfectly clear: all things were created by God and for Him, no matter whether those things manifest within gross physical matter or systems: whether they be visible, or whether they be invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities or powers (here he is echoing what St. Matthew says Jesus said: preach the gospel to all nations: all realms, all states and/or city states, all tribal systems, all councils).  Thrones, principalities and nations were created not only courtesy of Him, but also FOR Him (Col 1:16). (Supra (7).)  St. Paul goes on: 'I reckon that our present sufferings are nothing by comparison with the glory which shall be revealed in us' (Rom 8:18): our present sufferings (on the physical and the civic levels) will fade to nothingness when they are compared with the results which will accrue from the morphogenic field which will emanate from the divinity at our centre.

St. Paul refers also to an experience vouchsafed to him of conditions which exist in the virtually inaccessible Universal Unconscious Mind (the existence of which was established by C. G. Jung): 'the whole creation is standing on tiptoe', he says, 'straining to catch the very first glimpse of the manifestation of the Sons–of–God.  For all creation knows it will share in the glorious liberty which will accompany man's assumption of his Sonship and the consequent redemption of his (physical) body' (Rom 8:19 and 23).   Which insight echoes St. Mark's: Jesus Christ declared His disciples will evolve to become immune to the effects of The Fall's  life–threatening (and/or diminishing) interventions (supra (10) and that all creation is to share in the transformation from Fallen to Upright:  from the diseased and disfigured to the absolutely perfect.

with greetings and an outline of the concept of reality, and of the hope, which he and they share.  Which, he says, those to whom he is writing regularly pass on to 'every creature which is under heaven'.  Exactly how they did this we do not know, but we do know that the Spirit of Truth was very active in all members of the Early Church.  It entails, St. Paul says, the application of a very special technique which men have sought down the ages but which Jesus Christ disclosed to His 'saints'.  Viz: How to transfer the qualities of the Divine Core at the centre of every created thing to all and every integer (whether formed of energy or substance) on every level of sub–divine existence.

This is another angle on the teaching in St. John's gospel: 'All things were made by [The Word] and all contain [It], (John 1:3).  That statement was exactly what the ancient Egyptians held (possibly even prior to 50,000BC) and echoes what St. Paul wrote to the Hebrews: Viz: He The–Word–of–God: a purposeful sound or energy issuing from God] made the worlds — by which (as is clear from Colossians 1:20) St. Paul means all levels of existence.  By extrapolation: all levels of existence are based on an accessible Divine Core which is synonymous with The Word of God.

There we have the essential fact concerning the good news which is to be shared with every creature which is under heaven: every living thing has an accessible core which is wholly divine and (as in a hologram) that accessible Divine Core exists within every component part (subatomic particle, atom, molecule, cell system — whether that system be a physical body, a social system, or the system by means of which nations co–operate internationally).  All the levels and functions of Substance: body, soul and spirit & brain, emotions and mind, must be subject to the indwelling Divine Core (which all Substance must have if the findings of Professor Jahn of Princetown University and those of the Consciousness Research Laboratory (University of Nevada) are valid.  Sixty years of experiments "have produced persuasive, consistent, replicated evidence that [man's] mental intention is associated with the behaviour of physical phenomena".  That is, the cause of global violence and all disease, disfigurement and death may be caused by the chaotic, malevolent thoughts of large numbers of people around the world.  Which is to say: our minds are linked to the biosphere of the planet and to the cosmos that lies beyond it.  There can no longer be any doubt that those findings give a correct picture of reality, which is — by and large — common to both Christianity and advanced modern science.

The above guidelines from the New Testament and their corollary: it is possible to move towards establishing the Ideal throughout terrestrial existence, is the message contained in all the Foundation's Newsletters, leaflets and booklets — and (as was the case with Christ's miracles) the 'signs' that this is a real possibility are supplied by Vita Fons II:  preparations encoded with a numinous energy that is as homophonic with The Word as has been given to Elizabeth Bellhouse to share and distribute in furtherance of grounding this possibility.  Preparations which have brought health and healing to tens of thousands, most of whom despaired of any worthwhile relief.

The Foundation constantly reminds those interested in its work that Vita Fons II  is so–called because the energy encoded in the preparations helps man to become the secondary fount of Life he should be.

The one and only effect any of the preparations has is: it improves the interface between the creature's spirit and the Divine Core on which its existence as a divine–cum–terrestrial being is based.  This is declared again and again throughout all the written material the Elizabeth Bellhouse Foundation (or its subsidiary, Vita Fons II Limited) issue.


In Conclusion:

The Foundation believes it has consistently 'preached the gospel' Christ preached and commanded His followers to pass on.  And furthermore that it has been empowered to follow that up with the other half of the package: 'healings' on the levels of body, soul and spirit & brain, emotions and mind, and within the mineral, plant, animal and human kingdoms of nature (all of them consisting of Substance which Life — which issues from The Word — has assumed).

Having regard to Christ's preoccupation with establishing the Kingdom of God on Earth — that is, bringing into clear focus within all types, layers and aspects of terrestrial beings and systems, the divinity which is their paramount aspect — there is a massive quantity of evidence to the effect that the Vita Fons II preparations are equally telling whether that effect be manifest in and through the medium of mineral, plant, animal or man.  Because results in all four kingdoms of nature can be demonstrated they are very telling indeed.  The Elizabeth Bellhouse Foundation has done, and continues to bring Joy, Fulfilment and Plenty to every type of creature under heaven.

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There can be no question: the Foundation has gone into all the world and preached the gospel with signs following.  It has promoted research and published its finding.  And, as Christ did, has set disabilities, etc., in a developmental not a medical context.

Insofar as human understanding of the content of the New Testament, and Christ's teaching, goes it has carried out its remit in full and in depth.

By means of the one very complex energy it distributes the Foundation seeks to promote the spiritual evolution of every terrestrial–cum–divine integer, whether it be (i) particle or (ii) what can be recognised as an elaborate (evolved) body or (iii) a disembodied element on the level of (a) soul or (b) spirit or (c) emotion or (d) mind.

According to the most up–to–date findings of psychology, physics and engineering and the pith and kernel of Christ's teaching the Elizabeth Bellhouse Foundation's work demonstrates that the establishment of God's Kingdom on Earth is both essential to the continuance of Life on planet Earth, and feasible.

Being the sort of person He was, Jesus Christ — who believed in the sheer goodness of the man in the street — would hardly have challenged us to do something beyond our competence.  The Elizabeth Bellhouse Foundation's work shows He believed in us — even had immense respect for the ordinary person.


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