An Open Letter From God The Father
To Governor Baldacci Of Maine
27-12-00 AJ

Below is the letter we sent to the Labor Board in North Dakota concerning mediation. I still wish We could find an attorney in Maine that would take this case and only get payment if We are successful in gaining a settlement. And I definitely think a settlement is due! I have been asked "Why am I contacting you? Why am I trying to reach Mrs. Schwarzenegger in California? Why aren't I trying to reach the cardinals and bishops?" Well, to put it plainly, the cardinals, the bishops, the priests and the reverends have driven Jesus away. Their congregations want perverted lust, not righteousness. And their so called clergy is giving them what they want. I must reach out to those that have the power to save my children, rather they want that power or not, even if they don't want to be involved. I must reach out to them because they are the only hope We have. I reach out to the strongest, to the most powerful and all my children pray they will answer. I call to you because you are aware of things, because though you don't want to admit it you know my servant is true, and you know where there is one of my daughters that should join him, and, in a thousand years receive the glory that she is due. You know, in your soul you are one of my chosen, that I have sent you into the world to perform a mission. That mission has altered slightly, but it is still important. There are others that could serve me, but I so desire that you do so because it will bring great power against the creatures of Darkness and perhaps save my children. People say my wisdom is unquestioned, that I know what is best, and what each person should do to obtain their glory, to be what they can be. I hope you accept that truth and will come to Demetrius without fear, knowing that he is my servant, and, my friend, and, encourage others to do so despite whatever misgivings they have. If you do so you will achieve your destiny, and it is my greatest joy when one of my children achieves their destiny! I do not offer my power and glory to just anyone. I only offer it to a chosen few. But I offer it to you. I offer it to Mrs. Schwarzenegger, I offer it to her husband. All have sworn that they will serve me. I ask them to fulfill the promises that they have made. Together We can do wonders. Some might not understand those wonders, some might wonder how We can do them, but We can do them! We can still take the human race to the stars. We can restore salvation, if all of my own who said that they will serve me will do so. I ask you to be among them! I ask you to support my servant and testify of him to the world, to tell the world "This man is not a fool, he is a servant of God who has given him His power and glory, and man should recognize that." In doing this you will fulfill your own glory.

He Who Dwells In The Holiest Of All
Now, And, Forever
And Wishes To Make Ellsworth Maine His Earthly Residence

December 26, 2,009

Greetings Vicki!

Received your letter about mediation. I do not see how that would be possible with us in Maine. And also, the attitude of the employer. If the employer was to dismiss the young woman that attacked me and admit that her behavior was unacceptable, I might be willing to accept mediation. But if she continues her present attitude that the young woman did nothing wrong, especially with the new symptoms that are showing themselves, I cannot see where I could possibly accept mediation.
This incident has cost me dearly. If this young woman had not committed this act it would've been unnecessary for me to move and I would not have suffered the injuries that are now making me miserable.
I would accept mediation if my former employer admits that wrong was done, but not until. I am willing to be a reasonable person. But this attitude that nothing was done, that it was all my fault, must be corrected.
If I still need to mail the form to you, I will do so. But I just cannot see where mediation would be acceptable at this time.

Yours Most Sincerely

Gerald A. Polley

Genesis 18:2-8

Abraham looked up and saw three men standing nearby. When he saw them, he hurried from the entrance of his tent to meet them and bowed low to the ground.
He said, "If I have found favor in your eyes, my lord, [a] do not pass your servant by. 4 Let a little water be brought, and then you may all wash your feet and rest under this tree. 5 Let me get you something to eat, so you can be refreshed and then go on your wayŚnow that you have come to your servant."
"Very well," they answered, "do as you say."
So Abraham hurried into the tent to Sarah. "Quick," he said, "get three seahs [b] of fine flour and knead it and bake some bread."
Then he ran to the herd and selected a choice, tender calf and gave it to a servant, who hurried to prepare it.
He then brought some curds and milk and the calf that had been prepared, and set these before them. While they ate, he stood near them under a tree.

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