“The seating on a throne does not entail a dispossession,
does not occur because of a prior loss,
does not occur at the whim of one in authority.
The seating on a throne is as a secured birthright,
is as an inheritance which has come of age,
is as the sharing of position of one who has gone before.
The seating on a throne is in the days of knowledge,
is in the days of wisdom,
is in the days which see the re-birth of the spirit,
the graduation of the soul,
the transformation of the glove of man.
The seating on a throne is an event of grandeur,
is an event of confirmation,
is an event of the bestowal of the birthright promise:
on the worthy –
who drink from the cup of righteousness.
The seating on a throne brings a crown to the table of the counsel,
brings a crown to the affairs of state,
brings a crown into the inheritance due the family of The King.
The seating on a throne is a degree of honour,
is the welcome due a soul,
is the fulfilment of a promise.
The seating on a throne changes the standing of the equals,
changes the environment encountered,
changes the capabilities on whom the crown does rest.
The seating on a throne sees the crowd rejoicing,
sees the feast of the reincarnation,
sees the presence of The Deity before the new face of man.
The seating on a throne hearkens to the counsel of The Father,
hearkens to the birthright of The Son,
hearkens to the oversight of The Holy Spirit.
The seating on a throne lies beyond the reach of time,
beyond the reach of mortal man,
beyond the reach of the grave which cloaks the second death.
The seating on a throne follows the race of life,
follows the awarding of the victor’s crown,
follows the admittance into the family of God.”