“The coming king of India will change the face of India.
The coming king of India will discard the past with its idolatry,
will discard false worship and deceit,
will discard the enmity of ignorance and selfishness,
will discard the weakness of corruption and solicitation.
The coming king of India will not revisit the washed out spheres of influence,
the people without a vision yet rule in pomp and circumstance,
the imprisoned on a land of might and majesty awaiting a new beginning.
The coming king of India will uphold by decree,
will kindle the flame of youth,
will deliver that which He holds dear,
will set apart those with a supporting heart,
those with a humble heart,
those with a contrite heart,
those with an end-time ear to hear,
an end-time eye to see,
an end-time mouth to speak.
The coming king of India will not subdue His subjects,
will not impoverish His subjects,
will not obstruct His subjects in their progress to new life.
The coming king of India will know His Kingdom citizens,
will welcome His kingdom citizens,
will enhance and lead His kingdom citizens.
The coming king of India will rule in truth and righteousness,
will come in love and honouring,
will impart His two commandments within His rule on earth.
The coming king of India will salute none other,
will have His royal household of like mind,
will not see sown the seeds of rebellion,
will not see sown the seeds of turmoil,
will not see sown the seeds of death.
The coming king of India will usher in on-going light,
will usher in wisdom intertwined with knowledge,
will usher in the right to life in all its glory and magnificence.
The coming king of India will see the end to famine,
the end to those behaviours produced from within the evil heart,
the end to consideration of the self in unbridled dominion within freewill.
The coming king of India will issue invitations to the multitudes:
the late offers bound by mercy,
the current offers for acceptance bound by grace,
the offers empowering a new way of life.
The coming king of India advises of His coming,
encourages the onset of faith while grace is still available,
decrees a coming change within existence available to all.
The coming king of India is the king returning to His waiting kingdom,
is the king instated from both afar and close-by,
is the king instated from within a temple.
The coming king of India is a living loving king inviting all to join His family,
inviting all to have a change of heart,
inviting all to change from discord into unity,
from separation by the differences of man –
to gathering together in all that is held in common by a higher being of existence.
The coming king of India will end the rat-race for resources,
the competition where some are downtrodden in the dust,
where man’s seeking of advancement is only upon the bent shoulders of his fellow man.
The coming king of India will supervise,
administer and share all in the land of India in equity and fruitfulness.
For the fruitfulness of India will arise in its learning in a garden filled with excess,
in a garden of great beauty,
in a garden fit for kings and queens of substance and of character which bring honour to their reigns in unity.
The coming king of India will set apart the wolves,
will set apart those who do not desire to share in the surplus to be provided,
in the bounty of a kingdom established by and for the just –
in consideration of treating their neighbour as they themselves would so be treated:
both in the light of the day and in the darkness of the night.
The coming king of India will be recognized at His coming by those prepared and waiting,
by those committed and patient,
by those enthusiastic with their tasks in hand,
by those with clarity of thought and purpose-filled in deed.
The coming king of India is to the enduring benefit of man within the land of India.”