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The soul is our real owner!

As I have explained previously the soul is the real owner of us. We consist of the body (the ship) and the ego (the captain of the ship) whilst the soul is the actual owner of the ship and the ego is his servant.


Sometimes the ego thinks he is the captain and refuses to let the soul on board (the soul usually ascends in a helicopter) by locking up the heliport and filling it with junk (like negative thoughts and denials).


In this case the captain brings either complete idleness to the ship or disaster if the ship leaves the dock as the captain cannot make decisions and its efforts to do so usually end up with the ship on a sandbar or rocks!


When the captain is ready to admit the owner on board he clears the helipad and must actually radio the owner or boss (God/Love) for the owner to come aboard. Note how the ego must ask out aloud for this to happen. He cannot just think it there must be a communication from the captain to ask the owner aboard!


I had a request from a friend asking me to put karmic punishment on a brother who had done something wrong. I answered with an answer that I thought was appropriate and the moment I tried to send it my computer crashed and was off for three days!


After three days the internet came on again and I sought more information on what was going on. It turns out that a brother had molested children and had been caught and sentenced to ten to fifteen years in prison. He was completely unrepentant and shooting off at the mouth and this had made the sisters angry and sought revenge. Ah, the penny dropped for me and my answer changed completely, the ego was in charge of this man! And his childhood circumstances had lead him to his offending.


You see the whole family was abused and sexually molested as children. Most of them had recovered as adults and brought their children up the exact opposite 9this is why we were given contrarian thinking by God!) But this man hadn’t, this man had followed in the steps of his abusers (the children will inherit the sins of the fathers (and mothers).


As children we have no choices, as adults we have choices as long as the soul is control! If the ego is in control it simply follows its up-bringing. This is expressed in the saying, “Necessity is the mother of invention and the father of crime.” if the soul is in charge invention takes place, decisions are made to protect children and change happens. If the ego is in charge nothing changes and the crimes of the past become the crimes of the present!


Now this brother had been caught and sentenced to up to 15 years in prison so he had been punished by the physical law system. To call upon metaphysical punishment in the form of Karma would has represent “Double jeopardy” – the same crime tried twice and punished twice for it! God is just and doesn’t ever allow someone to be punished twice for the same crime.


The brother in law was upsetting the sister by insisting that they keep in contact with him because he was a good friend 9 a fair weather friend would have just abandoned him) so he was doing the right thing. I pointed out to the inquirer that the 15 years would give him time to come to terms with what he had done and seek a new answer. The only answer that will work is to cast out to god/Love to come into his life! So he was on a course of opportunity. I also pointed out that if nothing happened in those 15 years and he came out completely unchanged and intent on doing it again, then they could ask for karmic protection of his intended victims and that would be carried out!


It always causes trouble when we are outraged at a person and insist on punishment even if they are already being punished. And the justice applied in this case is always against the one seeking double punishment. Jesus said to, Resist not evil.” Does this mean we are not to fight evil in any way? No it means we have to accept the punishment handed to the offender and if the punishment was wrong allow God/Justice to apply a remedy.


So how can a punishment be wrong? In this age at present there is no death penalty in most of the western countries. This is because of misinterpretation of the old laws in the current age. The old “thou shalt not kill” is being applied to law. But in this new age there are three death penalties – One for Murder, One for arson and another for drug pushing. Those are the only death penalties that apply today. Arson covers such things as bombing so all terrorism is arson.


Now, by not applying the death penalties we are actually applying “Double jeopardy” to those sentenced to life imprisonment, because jail time does not satisfy the spiritual requirements of the death penalty. By sacrificing his life the criminal wipes that wrong (the killing) from his account on the next side. This is a great relief to his soul. But by sending him to jail, the spiritual debt is not wiped and he still has to answer for that murder on the next side.


All this may seem very confusing at first but it simply comes down to one thing – is the justice…


Physical (fines and jail),

Metaphysical (karmic) or

Spiritual (death penalty and/or accounting on the other side)


It is as simple as that in its structure. Obviously if the crime is physical then physical punishment must be applied. If the crime is metaphysical then metaphysical punishment must be applied and if the crime is spiritual then spiritual punishment must be applied. Know we cannot apply spiritual punishment. Only God can do that. So we simply have to hand the criminal on to God for handling. And that involves simply putting the person to death in a totally detached way – not for punishment or revenge.


All the current death penalties are out of date and man-made. I suggest that a person should simply be drowned by dropping into a tube of water with weights on their feet. This is a natural way of dying and, once the initial panic is passed, a very easy and pleasant way to die (I know, for I have drowned myself and passed over to the other side.) Once released from their bodies their souls no longer have to account for their ego’s actions of murderer, arson or drug pushing. Which is a great boon for the soul.


After all the soul is the real owner of the body. To imagine that the ego is the owner is like saying that the tail wags the dog!


kindest regards,


May Love, Detachment, Health, Happiness, Peace, Success and Prosperity BE yours,


reverend master j’iam



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How I got the parable of the ship – over a period of time (15 years) PART ONE

I promised to write about the parable of the ship. And this is part one.

Many years ago i got the idea of destroying my ego (because I’d been told it was a bad thing to have!) and so set to work to do this. Being a visual i chose a visual method of doing this. At first i tried pulling out a gun and shooting him. But he appeared to be so fast that he dodged the bullets all together! Then I tried boxing him into submission, but no matter how hard i fought him he would appear in the next round fresh as the moment he started. Then i tried having him eaten by a ferocious crocodile, but that didn’t work either. I tried for 6 months until I turned to God in frustration and asked, “why can’t I destroy my ego???!!!” 

To which God replied, “Because your ego is your servant and a gift from Me to you! Why are you trying to destroy my Gift to you?” 

“What do you mean by a gift?” I asked?

“Your body is a ship that i have gifted to you also! Every ship needs a captain to drive it. Your ego is the captain of the ship. If you destroy the captain who is going to drive the ship for you? How will you get anywhere without a captain?” 

“Duh!”, I said, “I’m a dummy! If the ego is the captain, then how do i fit onto the ship? I thought I was the captain of the ship!”

“No, You are the owner of the ship!” said God to me! “The owner tells the captain where he wants to go, the captain sets the route and orders whatever needs to be done to prepare for the trip and the ship is then sets off and is then safely guided to where you want to go to!”

“Duh, duh, duh!”I said said smacking myself on the forehead – I was so dumb!

“So what do i have to do with MY EGO now?” I asked.

“You have to approach him and make peace. Offer your hand of friendship, tell him that you control where you want the ship to go but that he is in control of getting it there! That will make him very happy indeed!”

So I did this and He (God) was right (as usual!) and the captain and I became good friends of the ship together. I didn’t interfere with his job and he didn’t interfere with mine! We created the first part of our internal synergy – the allocation of the correct jobs to the correct people! Next we talked about the crew and I set the conditions of the crews treatment and the keeping of the ship – “ship shape and Bristol fashion” That bought the crew and the ship into the synergy as well and so we had a complete internal synergy [value of 111 = 1(ship) + 10 (captain) +100(owner)].

Know that without this internal synergy we can never be whole and the ship can never sail to it’s destination! [“A house divided (unsynergised) can never win(sail)!” – “A house united (internally synergized) will always win(sail)!”]

And that is part one of the parable of the ship. We are born as the ships hull, the captain comes on board around age 8 and the owner should come on board as early as the age of 15, but because of lack of spiritual training it is usually far later than this (I was in my late 30’s).

The parable of the ship also explains the whole of our life and what happens at death. I’ll explain that in part two,

kindest regards,

May Love, Health, Happiness, Peace, Success and Prosperity BE yours,

reverend master j’iam


phone/text: 0221 625 941 (New Zealand)

WPPN Website;



skype: jiamwppn




The parable of the ship, the Captain and the Owner

This parable explains the setup of all Mankind. We are each born knowing nothing, not even being able to see for the first two weeks or so. Then we are “born” into the body where we live for the first two years of our lives. Basically the body is our ship and the first two years represents the time the ship is being built in the dock. At the age of two the ship is launched into the water and the captain comes on board and wants to take over. Of course, the crewmen resist and there is a battle for ownership that the captain always wins in the end! This battle is known as “the terrible twos” by parents.

Once the captain is in the drivers seat, the ship really doesn’t go anywhere for about another 6 years, as the captain is learning the ropes of being a captain and getting the ship into order – “ship-shape and Bristol fashion!”

At the age of 7 or 8 the ship actually leaves the berth for the first time for trial runs. These last another 7 years until the ship is ready for the owner to come on board at the age of 15 – the minimum age of spiritual maturity.

The owner takes some time to settle in, depending on their education (most people are sadly lacking in this aspect). Sometimes the owner is weak-willed and won’t take over ownership of the ship. This is a common ailment that leaves the Captain in charge of the ship as substitute owner and the Captain, whilst good at his job of controlling the ship and the crew, cannot make decisions! If the captain is allowed to make decisions, they are invariably bad decisions and the ship ends upon the rocks!

After I was reborn I spent 6 months trying to destroy my ego (the Captain of the ship) but couldn’t do it no matter how hard I tried. So I asked God, “why can’t I destroy my ego?” and God replied, “Because I created him to serve you! Go to him and make peace, allow him to do his job and you do yours, and everyone will be happy!” So I did that, and approached him in Peace instead of battle, talked to him and told him that he was the captain, it was his job to run the ship and to take the ship places. It was My job to decide where to go! If he was happy with that I would stop fighting him and support him instead. Was he Happy? You bet your life he was/is!

Now I tell the captain where I want to go and he plots the course, provisions the ship, organizes the crew and sets off to My Destination! When he was in charge, whenever he made a decision the ship ended up on the rocks of the harbour, never even reaching the ocean. So everyone is happy now.

What happens when we die? Again use the ship parable. When we die the ship sinks, taking the crew with it. The Captain always goes down with his ship. However I, as the owner, simply go out to the helipad and hop into my helicopter and fly away into the sky to safety! That is the difference between Me, the owner, and me the captain. I am immortal, he is mortal. The ship represents our body whilst the captain represents our brain/ego. I however, the owner, represent the soul. The soul is immortal, living forever, whilst the ship and the captain have a use-by date when they can no longer keep afloat. When the ship sinks it is called death, but only two of three parts actually die. The owner lives on. Many are in denial of this fact. This is the way of all human life.

What about animals, I here someone saying? Animals also consist of a ship and the captain, but all animals have just one owner, who doesn’t live on the ship at all. This is called a collective soul. And that is the difference between Man and animals; man has an individual soul, whilst animals have a collective one. The parable of the Garden of Eden represents our release (not expulsion) from the animal way of life, from a collective soul to an individual soul.

How do you know if a person hasn’t made Peace with the captain? Because the ego will be in control and they will be addicted to something – like power, cars, sex, money, drugs, gambling, lying, cheating, stealing etc. In these cases the captain is in control and wrecking the ship, because the owner has a “hands off” policy – they are basically asleep. Once the owner awakens and confronts the captain, everything can change in that persons life! The soul makes a decision and quitting smoking is done, as are all addictions, although the ship may have to go back into dock (therapy) to repair the damage done!

So that is the parable of the Owner, the captain and the ship. Once all three are working together in their rightfull places then that person is “whole“. Once a person is whole, the ship cruises the seas and everyone aboard benefits!


3 Levels of the universe # 2 – Death on 3 levels

DEATH!!! It strikes fear into the hearts of those who haven’t experienced it , those who FEAR it (FEAR is an acronym for False Evidence Appearing Real), or those ignorant of it until a close or final meeting with it. The unfortunate thing about death is that we (most of us) are taught to fear it as children. The fearful always remains until it is consciously or spiritually changed. Change only comes from study or experience.

I was lucky in that I drowned at the age of 21, passed over to the other side and was returned to earth to (unknown to me then) complete a mission. I had what is called a Near Death Experience, a soul experience with death in which one actually enters through the door of death and experiences it directly. Many people have a scrape with death where they approach the door of death and are terrified because this is a metaphysical experience in which the brain and body both react to the situation by trying run away in terror. This experience doesn’t teach the JOY of Death at all, rather it leaves an impression of terror.

As the chart below shows the spirit lives on whilst the brain and body are annihilated, killed, die. There is no escaping the fact that two thirds of our human entity is destroyed at the point of death. And people tend to focus on the two thirds that is lost rather than focusing on what happens to the soul. For the soul is released like a baby from a tight womb or a chicken from a restrictive egg shell! Death is not a punishment but a reward for life!

“O SON OF THE SUPREME! I have made death a messenger of joy to thee. Wherefore dost thou grieve? I made the light to shed on thee its splendor. Why dost thou veil thyself therefrom?”

Both the brain and the body fear their own annihilation whilst the souls looks forward to it! This is the clash within Man.

As you can see in the chart below the spiritual (our soul) lives whilst the captain and the ship are lost because the ship sinks and the captain always goes down with the ship! The owner simply goes to the helipad on board the ship, and flies away! So the ship and the captain are annihilated whilst the owner gains his freedom from the ship.

Plane                  Death 1            Death 2
Spiritual             lives               Owner flies away in helicopter

Metaphysical   dies              Captain goes down with ship
Physical               dies                Ship sinks

Plane                          Death 3
Spiritual                  FREEDOM
Metaphysical       annihilation
Physical                   annihilation

I hope this makes it clear to you. If I have left anything out please let me know by emailing me on

This is part two of a multiple series that will be published in a book in the near future. all work presented here is COPYRIGHT to rev Mas J’iam 2013