(Agnus Heredis/Heredes) Latin.
Pronunciation: ahn-yose(Agnus) her-eh-dis/her-eh-des.(Heredis/Heredes).
The Agnus Heredis Faith is a partial partisan and peaceful quasi-Catholic Christian construct denomination. The beliefs of this schism weigh heavily on the understanding that we are all a part of the Lamb’s energetic influence and blessed blood. All followers, nonbelievers and skeptics are human and deity just as Jesus Christ was considered to be a man and a deity though one does not have to believe in Christ or any other god to be considered deity/human. It is to the point of inheritance through Divine Providence where we are all sons and daughters of God Almighty or Earth and Sun.
Humility, chastity until marriage or indefinitely, righteousness, reverence, telepathy/psychic phenomena stability and the right to express freely whenever the need is felt are all guidelines according to ‘Agnus Heredis/Heredes’ which is translated from Latin means ‘Lamb Heir/Heirs’ stating that Agnus Heredis believers are entitled to inherit The Kingdom of Heaven(s) in piety. The name was chosen because of a belief that as Christians we are all reincarnations of Jesus Christ the Lamb of God through teachings and study. Reincarnations can still exist even if the incarnate is of a fictitious or imaginary source. Some claims have been made that Jesus of Nazareth and Mary Magdalene had been married but there is little evidence to suggest that this is true. The Gnostic Gospels make reference to Mary Magdalene being the Saviours “beloved”. If it is true then it is possible for the bloodline of Jesus and Mary to still exist. As fiction, the story of Jesus and Mary being married and having children is the ultimate fable of love being triumphant over death and persecution. It is an example of divine inspiration. Perhaps this is why the idea is so powerful sparking the imagination of people everywhere.
The bible is a partially fictional canon with subtleties of truth written all throughout giving us examples of morality and imaginative freedom. Stories of miracles open our mind and teach us to believe the impossible generating inner and outer liberation from oppressive spiritual limitations. These limitations all to often take the form of religious laws designed to control the reader into thinking and behaving in a certain way. Agnus Heredes rebel from the idea of religious law and organised religion. The holy gospel could be considered a schizophrenic reality that took place within the “telepathic” minds of its authors.
Believers will often move forward and create their own branch of Christianity or perhaps a non-Christian role is in order (a faith that is suited to the individual’s prayer/meditation or type of worship). This is perfectly acceptable, smiled upon and is considered to be a display of scholar and creativity.
As an Agnus Heredis, it is important to do charity and volunteer work when you can in the service of our Goddess Mother Earth and Her inhabitants both living/deceased.
Agnus Heredes will often challenge authority believing that one must keep a close eye on the authority figures of the day in order to ensure that these figures do not become obsessed with power, greed or other evil doings. This includes the active Pope and all that are in service to him.
Membership is not granted but accepted in the heart by the individuals wishing to gain Faith in the Agnus Heredis theology. These individuals must be of a Roman Catholic lineage or an earlier form of Christian root. One does not have to renounce their faith although the option remains. Agnus Heredis believers write their own individual prayers and expressions often used for meditation as a connection to theist and atheist ideologies. Classic prayers and the rosary have not been dismissed or changed in any way. All forms of theism/deism are accepted including arguments that are in opposition to Godly beliefs such as non-religious and atheist views. This is so that the discussion of God and/or no God can maintain a steady building block and ice-breaker with the intention of finding a logical theology to such things. Agnus Heredis followers have many ways of praying as each one of them are encouraged to create their own form of worship. This may include rituals from world religions not connected to Christianity.
Agnus Heredis homebodies do not often go to church for worship. They prefer to worship and practise as hermits with the exception of charity and volunteer work although this is not the case for every Agnus Heredis. The sacraments remain the same as the Roman Catholic sacraments which give us reason and understanding as to why one has to have a Roman Catholic or in the least a Christian lineage to accept the Agnus Heredis Faith. History will show that most if not all Christian sects have a Roman Catholic lineage prior to splitting into denominations such as the Eastern Orthodox Church which used to be one in the same, the Catholic/Apostolic Church. There is no clear leadership within the Agnus Heredes unless you include the Spirit of the Lamb (Jesus), the Spirit of The Rock (Peter) and also the Saviours beloved (Mary Magdalene). The current living Pope in position is held in high respects but holds no sovereignty over any Agnus Heredis. Peter The Rock is still the foundation (Papa) and a deity who answers to the influence of Christ our Lord the deity. Peter does this from the afterlife by praying for the ever-evolving enlightenment of the papacy at the request of Christ our Lord. Mary Magdalene the Saviours beloved also plays a very important leadership role, however, her status as the Saviours beloved is only speculative and not written in stone.
The Agnus Heredes are not outcasts, they have chosen to follow the Blood of the Lamb on their own accord. They have high respects for the Archangel Gabriel, God’s messenger who appears to the people and prophets of several religions. They also have great respects for Ahyel (Angels of High Praise). There is no way in telling how big or small this Christian denomination is. This is understandable as there are no paper or computer documents that will tell us just how many acceptions to the Blood of the Lamb have been made by Christians from all over the globe. The reason why other religions do not accept the Blood of the Lamb is mostly rooted in the sense that it is the Agnus Heredis Christians who believe themselves to be reincarnations of Christ along with the Christian sacraments being a vital foothold and foundation to true Faith. Other religions such as Islam and Judaism have other ideas about Christ even though Judaism was and still is pivotal in the influence and creation of both Christianity and Islam. All peaceful worldly religions are accepted and recognised by Agnus Heredes liberating the right to your beliefs and your freedom to express those beliefs at any given time. Any violent group of worshipers are immediately condemned. It is not uncommon for Agnus Heredes to have friends of many diverse races and faiths as they accept individuals for who they are.
The afterlife for Agnus Heredes is very much in what one believes. If you believe in Heaven then you will go to Heaven. If you believe in nothing then you will go into nothingness. ‘All are reformed and liberated from death’ is a common belief found in Agnus Heredis peer groups but this is subject to change according to the individual thinker. Many believe that Faith is the major lesson surrounding teachings of the afterlife.
Agnus Heredes are not a secret society. They have simple expressions of faith, insight, creativity, imagination and instinct toward our great and beautiful Goddess, the Mother Earth of whom Jesus made his stay. Our sins will be absolved in acceptance to the Blood of the Lamb meaning that with Faith in the name of the Father, and of the Son and the Holy Spirit we can realise forgiveness and attain individual/collective spiritual enlightenment. “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.” John 1:29.
The practice of the imagination is believed to have a strong placebo effect on the human body in order to help us heal many sicknesses. This is why Agnus Heredes believe that God(s) exists within the inner universe where you will find the imagination/thought and also within the outer universe where you will find Earth the Sun and the Moon. Both the inner and outer universes are considered to be the reality that all things are made up of suggesting a metaphorical two-sided piece of paper. Even though the paper is just one sheet, we will find two areas that we can write on. This is called ‘The Indivisible Schism of Oneness and Duality’. Nothing can exist without our two-sided individuality. Agnus Heredes give thanks to this actuality on a daily basis by reciting/writing small prayers. These types of prayer are kept sacred and are works of divine creative originality. Mankind and deity are found in confidence of his/her inner and outer universal enlightenment. “Death and life are in the power of the tongue.” Proverbs 18:21.