Cesidian Church (CCh) becomes a sponsor


The government behind the Cesidian Church (CCh) is the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA™), which has been described in the files of a recently amended trademark, by a United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) examining attorney, as indicating "membership in a political organi[s]ation concerned with international affairs". We await the publication — scheduled for 10 June 2014 — and eventual registration of that trademark [1].

The Cesidian Church (CCh) is an institution established by the founder of Cesidianism, the Hon Most Rev Dr Cesidio Tallini. The institution was founded on 17 November 2001 ("Cesidian Church Day", but also the feast of Candlemas in the Cesidian calendar) [2], and through this action the HMRD Tallini became both a heretic and a schismatic. These are offences for which one incurs excommunication.

According to the Catholic Church, he who has incurred occult excommunication (latae sententiae) should treat himself as excommunicated and be absolved as soon as possible, submitting to whatever conditions will be imposed upon him by the local Bishop. The HMRD Tallini has never sought absolution for his action of founding the schismatic Cesidian Church.

The Cesidian Church today is recognised by two churches: 1) a Nondenominational church, Saint Luke Evangelical Christian Ministries; and 2) an Independent Catholic church, the Universal Life Church World Headquarters. The Primate Bishop of the Cesidian Church is also the International President of the International Network of Bishops and Archbishops.

The Primate Bishop of the Cesidian Church does not live in the past, and through his religious mission brings forward, into the future, a Melchizedek-Christ-Pahana triple religious progeny as a Nondenominational Bishop, an Independent Catholic Bishop, and Ryamecah Sachem and Medicine Man, so the Cesidian Church is a church of the charismatic episcopate (Melchizedek-based), the historical episcopate (Christ-based), and the restored episcopate (Pahana-based).

Many Christians may call him Christ or Messiah, but Yeshua in the past was called Melchizedek, and he presented some evidence of this when he said, "before Abraham was born, I am!" (John 8:58). In this sense, Yeshua is as immortal as his daddy — Abba in Aramaic actually means "daddy", not "father" — in Heaven. In the near future, Native Americans will call him Pahana, the lost White Brother even they await. No, Yeshua will not be Native American by blood according to Hopi eschatology. So in Melchizedek-Christ-Pahana we have three different men, from different times, but the same soul.

The Cesidian therapeutic-religious progeny is Christian and Catholic, and thus supernaturalistic, but it also has Pagan elements, and is thus also inclined towards religious naturalism. While there is strong evidence that Homo sapiens sapiens is probably a genetically modified being [3], and thus as permanently supernatural as one can get, God put Adam and Eve on the earth with the mission to care for it, and all the animals and plants (humanity's first profession is that of stewards of the natural world), and the Book of Revelation clearly states the fate of those "who have caused destruction on the earth" [4].

While Protestant Christians place great emphasis on the authority of sacred texts, and Catholic Christians on the authority of tradition, Cesidians have at least seven sources of religious authority to consider: sacred texts, tradition, reason (and science), prophets, personal experience, orthodox syncretism, and mathematics [5].

The Roman Catholic Church has seven sacraments. They have sacraments of initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist), vocation (Matrimony and Holy Orders), and healing (Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick). The words Holy Orders refer to the three orders of bishop, priest, and deacon, but while the sacrament of Matrimony is open to both genders, the sacrament of Holy Orders is usually open only to one, unmarried gender, for some strange reason. Even stranger is the possibility that Yeshua himself might have instituted this male-only, and unmarried-only paradigm. Melchizedek was certainly not an unmarried man, as he was also king of Salem. The Cesidian Church has no such (anti-Messianic) limitation or contradiction.

The Roman Catholic Church has no eighth sacrament called Healing of the Sick. Other Christian churches have no such thing either, unless the bishop or priest is a medical doctor as well, but this is practically a non-existent tradition, with the roles of healer and minister usually rigidly separated by the State, just as rigidly, perhaps, as the Roman Catholic Church separates those who may participate in the sacraments of Matrimony, or Holy Orders. The Cesidian Church does have an eighth sacrament called Healing of the Sick. Care of the body is as important as care of the soul. This philosophy, by the way, also allows the Cesidian Church to avoid sponsoring the American Red Cross or the International Red Cross, and their connections to the New World Order (a "conspiracy theory" only for those who are actually a part of it, part of a proven, and even foretold conspiracy against God, Lord Creator, and his Anointed One, Lord Preserver [6]), and mainstream medicine.

Cesidianism also carries a post-modern pluralistic view of religion, which is very different from any of the religious views of the past.

In the monistic view (typical pantheism), there is no real difference between the creator and the creature. This view is common in the Aryan religions (Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism).

In the dualistic view (classical theism), the creator and the creature are completely different from one another. This view is common in the Semitic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam), where the concept of God is entirely based on monotheism.

However, in the pluralistic view (merodepantheism: doctrine that God is a part or a subset of the universe), the creator and the creature are not necessarily the only kinds of beings in existence, and/or there is a real relationship between the creator and the creature. This view has a little concreteness in some progressive forms of Christianity today, but is only fully integrated in Cesidianism, where God is a little less than completely omnipotent, and actually merodepantheistic, and human beings are a little more than mere creatures of a creator, a little more than mere subjects/citizens of a government, which acts like it can alienate from, or substitute for, the Creator(s).

Our most advanced understanding of biology is beginning to indicate that even in our relationship to ourselves, there is a lot more than the simple Cartesian mind-body dichotomy would suggest. Ninety percent of the cells residing in the human body are not human cells; they are microbes. It is often said by enlightened Christians that Christianity is not just a religion; it is a relationship with God. A Cesidian would suggest that there is a desperate need today to widen that relationship also to the natural world that surrounds us, and that is quite significantly actually within us.

So Cesidianism is not an anti-Christian religion, because the purpose of most governments today, and related criminal organisations, is anti-Christian or anti-Messianic (their purpose is either completely inimical to Christ, or at least substitutive of Christ), while the purpose of Cesidianism is actually Christian in the most holistic sense (Cesidians realise Yeshua is called by many different names and titles in all true religions), and Messianic in its most pragmatic sense (if you are not assisting the coming of the Lord of the whole earth, then you are probably delaying his future most magnificent coming, or parousia).

Note that even part of the Babylonian Talmud (Sanhedrin 98a) shows that the coming of the Lord will be delayed:
Rabbi Yehoshua returned to Elijah in the blink of an eye. Elijah said to him, "What did the Messiah say to you?" Rabbi Yehoshua replied, "He said, 'Peace be upon you, son of Levi'." Elijah said, "Ah! As to your first question of me, he assured you that both you and your father have a place in the world to come." Rabbi Yehoshua said, "But he lied to me, saying, 'Today I will come.' But he has not come." Elijah said, "No, he did not say that he would come 'today'. Rather, he was quoting a Psalm verse to you: Today — if only you will listen to His voice (Psalm 95:7).
In the Parable of the Ten Virgins, even the Gospel of Matthew implies that the Lord's coming would be delayed so much that the "born again" disciples of Yeshua, either brides, or bridesmaids, or perhaps just torchbearers for a wedding procession, will fall asleep while waiting for his return. Some "born again" disciples of Yeshua may fail as torchbearers for the wedding procession (perhaps a metaphor for those who "clear the way for the Lord's coming" by assisting him), even when he does return. However, note that none of his "born again" disciples will actually get into his way! Even those who will prove to be unworthy in other ways, will still be Christian or Messianic!

According to an article by Theodore Shoebat, the Russian Orthodox Church has affirmed that Russia is the only nation in the world defending persecuted Christians. Christian communities are being exposed to genuine genocide, all while Western countries, which were helping Christians in the region for centuries, have denied them support, and almost officially recommended them to leave the region, and move to other countries. Only Russia, through the Russian Orthodox Church, has remained the sole defender of the Christian presence in the different regions [7].

In this same genuinely Christian spirit, the UMMOA nation, through the Bishop of the Cesidian Church, has now become at least the second nation defending persecuted Christians, since the Cesidian Church has begun to sponsor this organisation through ongoing monthly automatic payments via PayPal:

Rescue Christians
http://rescuechristians.org

Please note that other nations besides Russia and the UMMOA are mainly providing aid to Syrians, which leaves out most other minority Christian communities around the world, and mainly relief and recovery aid, not aid to preserve Christianity in loco. Some countries are giving residency/resettlement to Syrian refugees as well, Germany in particular, but that doesn't address the problem of areas that are rapidly losing even their minority Christian identity through encroachment and murder by hostile governments, or other — non-Christian or non-Messianic — faiths.

The Cesidian Church also makes less regular donations to other Christian churches, genuine nobility associations, or other organisations to support orphans, other charitable purposes, or scripture distribution.

The Cesidian Church (CCh) is incorporated in the Fifth World Community (5WC), a diaxenospitia (a global village or burgh) made up of the private properties of three micronations, which is registered with Google as real and land-based municipality:

https://plus.google.com/118399965604807624248/about

The Cesidian Church (CCh) is also an observer organisation of Paradiplomatic Affairs (PDA), a multi-disciplinary professional, paradiplomatic, and alternative standards agency of the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA™).


Cesidian Church (CCh)
http://cesidian.ch

United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago [English, Italiano, Française, Русский]
http://ummoa.co.uk

UMMOA Trademark at USPTO
http://tsdr.uspto.gov/#caseNumber=86153190&caseType=SERIAL_NO&searchType=statusSearch

Fifth World Community (5WC)
http://5wc.org

Paradiplomatic Affairs (PDA)
http://paradiplomatic.com
HMRD Cesidio Tallini [8, 9]
Cesidian Church