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The Anonymous Tao
The tao/dao "the way" English word of Chinese origin has three meanings, according
to the Oxford English Dictionary. 1. a. In Daoism, an absolute entity which is the source
of the universe; the way in which this absolute entity functions.

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Introduction
This is a book that I have written to explain the message that Jesus Christ has brought to this
world. I am Roman Catholic because that is the only true church of Jesus Christ. My name
has not been put in this because I would like not be known for this. There is an evil in this
world that is of the devil, and that is the point I would like to get out to the world. Satan even
tried to get in the way of Jesus Christ, and this is an important fact you should remember.
Please distribute this book by any means possible to as many people as possible. The main
parable that needs to be understood to understand the light and dark is the parable of the
sower. Jesus Christ himself even said you will not understand any of his parables if you do
not understand this one. I will help you see the light and the dark by the end of this book. All
scripture I put in this book is taken from approved Catholic bibles. The devil has put much
energy in making some protestants try to rewrite the bible. You should be very careful the
book you call your bible.

Jesus Numerology
This is something that can be used to explain the use of coin in the parables. Coin is a false
idol of Mammon, so it is important to understand why Jesus Christ used it in his parables. If
we have two coins + Jesus Christ = the holy trinity, then if we have one coin + Jesus Christ =
Satan. This is a very simple analogy that can be used when trying to understand what Jesus
Christ was talking about when he used coin in his parables. Please make reference to this
section if you have later confusion. Jesus Christ was Jewish, so there should be no surprise
that there was numerology in his teachings. Jewish people still practice something called
gematria.
John 12:52 From now on a household of five will be divided, three against two and two
against three;

List of Parables
Here are a list of the parables I will be including in the following explanation of the parables
Jesus Christ gave us. After the parables are explained there will be some other things.
1. The Sower : Matthew 13:1-9, Mark 4:1-9, Luke 8:4-8
2. The Lamp under the Bushel Basket: Matthew 5:13-16, Mark 4:21-25, Luke 8:16-18
3. The House on the Rock and on the Sand: Matthew 7:24-29, Luke 6:46-49
4. The New and the Old: Matthew 9:16-17, Mark 2:21-22, Luke 5:36-37
5. The Weeds: Matthew 13:24-30
6. The Mustard Seed: Matthew 13:31-32, Mark 4:30-34, Luke 13:18-19
7. The Yeast: Matthew 13:33, Luke 13:20
8. The Treasure Hidden in the field: Matthew 13:44-50
9. The Lost Sheep: Matthew 18:10-14, Luke 15:1-7
10. The Unforgiving Servant: Matthew 18:21-35
11. The Laborers in the Vineyard: Matthew 20:1-16
12. The Parable of the Two Sons: Matthew 21:28-32
13. The Wicked Tenants: Matthew 21:33-46, Mark 12:1-12, Mark 20:9-19
14. The Wedding Banquet of the King's Son: Matthew 22:1-14
15. The Fig Tree: Matthew 24:32-35, Mark 13:28-31, Luke 21:29-33
16. The Ten Bridesmaid: Matthew 25:1-13
17. The Talents: Matthew 25:14-30
18. The Separation of the Sheep from the Goats: Matthew 25:31-46
19. The Growing Seed: Mark 4:30-34
20. The Necessity of Watchfulness: Mark 13:32-37
21. The Two Debtors: Luke 7:41-50
22. The Good Samaritan: Luke 10:29-37
23. Perseverance in Prayer: Luke 11:5-8
24. The Rich Fool: Luke 12:16-21
25. The Watchful Slaves: Luke 12:35-48
26. The Barren Fig Tree: Luke 13:6-9
27. The Great Dinner: Luke 14:15-24
28. The Cost of Discipleship: Luke 14:25-33
29. The Lost Coin: Luke 15:8-10
30. The Prodigal Son: Luke 15:11-32
31. The Dishonest Manager: Luke 16:1-8
32. The Rich Man and Lazarus: Luke 16:19-31
33. The Parable of the Persistent Widow: Luke 18:1-8
34. The Pharisee and the Tax collector: Luke 18:9-14

1. The Sower: Matthew 13:1-9, Mark 4:1-9, Luke 8:4-8
This parable as Jesus Christ said is the most important of all of them. We can see this in what
Jesus Christ said.
Mark 4:13 Jesus said to them, “Do you not understand this parable? Then how will you
understand any of the parables?
This parable can be explained by using the yin and yang symbol. That is the symbol on the
cross in the beginning of this book. This is how I came to understand it.
Black Dot
Mark 4:16 And these are the ones sown on rocky ground who, when they hear the
word, receive it at once with joy. 17 But they have no root; they last only for a time.
Then when tribulation or persecution comes because of the word, they quickly fall
away.
This is really doing the opposite of what Job did. The devil told the god of Abraham the only
reason Job was so faithful was because he had so much, so the god of Abraham allowed
Satan to take away everything from Job. In the end Job fell and prostrated to the god of
Abraham. This test from the god of Abraham is a good thing, and that is why the white swirl
represents this test.
White Swirl
Mark 4:20 But those sown on rich soil are the ones who hear the word and accept it
and bear fruit thirty and sixty and a hundredfold.”
This is very simple. Even the most devout Catholic is not free from sin. That is what the black
dot represents in this case. In this verse below we are given a very true example of our
imperfection as human beings. No one is perfect only the god of Abraham himself. Here is
some scripture to give proof to this claim.
Matthew 5:28 But I say to you, everyone who looks at a woman with lust has already
committed adultery with her in his heart.
Black Swirl
Mark 4:18 Those sown among thorns are another sort. They are the people who hear
the word,19 but worldly anxiety, the lure of riches, and the craving for other things
intrude and choke the word, and it bears no fruit.
This is very simple to understand. The words of Jesus Christ were very simple, but I have
never even seen anyone make the connections I have. Perhaps I have his sight. The white
dot in this situation is the words of Jesus Christ. Look at how small the white dot is compared
to the black swirl. The black swirl obviously represents the materialism of Satan.
The White Dot
Mark 4:15 These are the ones on the path where the word is sown. As soon as they
hear, Satan comes at once and takes away the word sown in them.

Here we have the black swirl representing Satan. Like I said the white dot represents the
words of Jesus Christ. What he said is so simple, but people are so ignorant. They are made
aware of the starving children all over the world. Yet they still drive for luxury and riches. You
can also think of yourself as reading something in the bible and wanting to do the right thing,
but an agent of Satan coming and stealing the word from you.

2. The Lamp under the Bushel Basket: Matthew 5:13-16, Mark 4:21-25, Luke 8:1618
Matthew 28:19 Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the
name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the holy Spirit, 20 teaching them to observe
all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, until the end of the
age.”
The light is the good which Jesus Christ brings to the world. It is also important to see that
Jesus Christ said to baptize in the name of the father, of the son, and of the holy spirit. This
shows the demonic and Satanic nature of the Mormon church. They renounce the holy trinity
which is a sign of demonic origin.
Mark 4:21 He said to them, “Is a lamp brought in to be placed under a bushel basket or
under a bed, and not to be placed on a lampstand? 22 For there is nothing hidden
except to be made visible; nothing is secret except to come to light. 23 Anyone who
has ears to hear ought to hear.” 24 He also told them, “Take care what you hear. The
measure with which you measure will be measured out to you, and still more will be
given to you. 25 To the one who has, more will be given; from the one who has not,
even what he has will be taken away.”
The ending of this verse tells us about what has real value. Jesus Christ takes away the want,
and that is what he does. It doesn't matter if you are poor. The people that are running this
world and have everything are probably going to hell, and they will have everything and more
they had here. It will probably not make them happy at all. We are reminded of what has
value.
Matthew 6:19 “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and
decay destroy, and thieves break in and steal. 20 But store up treasures in heaven,
where neither moth nor decay destroys, nor thieves break in and steal. 21 For where
your treasure is, there also will your heart be.

3. The House on the Rock and on the San: Matthew 7:24-29, Luke 6:46-49
This parable tells us the only true church of Jesus Christ is the Roman Catholic church. We
are told that these forces will never prevail against this church.
Matthew 16:18 And so I say to you, you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my
church, and the gates of the netherworld shall not prevail against it.
Many protestant churches have come and gone. Some are still here, but they will never
endure against Satan and all of his evil. The rain, floods, and winds are all of this flesh and
world. The Mormons can be seen as being particularly wicked and evil because they
renounce the holy trinity.

4. The New and the Old: Matthew 9:16-17, Mark 2:21-22, Luke 5:36-37
Romans 8:2 For the law of the spirit of life in Christ Jesus has freed you from the law of
sin and death.
Jesus Christ brought us a new law. We are reminded by Jesus Christ that no one in the old
law desires the new in this parable.

5. The Weeds: Matthew 13:24-30
This parable tells us that this image I have introduced will be until the second coming of Jesus
Christ. There is a huge difference between judgment and correction. I interpret the word
judgment as meaning the final judgment when Jesus Christ returns. Remember if someone
does not listen do not get in their way.
Matthew 18:20 For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in
the midst of them.”
Here are some more verses to support my claim.
Matthew 18:17 If he refuses to listen to them, tell the church. If he refuses to listen
even to the church, then treat him as you would a Gentile or a tax collector.
Matthew 22:21 They replied, “Caesar’s.” At that he said to them, “Then repay to Caesar
what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.”
Matthew 10:5 Jesus sent out these twelve after instructing them thus, “Do not go into
pagan territory or enter a Samaritan town. 6 Go rather to the lost sheep of the house of
Israel. 7 As you go, make this proclamation: ‘The kingdom of heaven is at hand.’ 8
Cure the sick, raise the dead, cleanse lepers, drive out demons. Without cost you have
received; without cost you are to give. 9 Do not take gold or silver or copper for your
belts; 10 no sack for the journey, or a second tunic, or sandals, or walking stick. The
laborer deserves his keep. 11 Whatever town or village you enter, look for a worthy
person in it, and stay there until you leave. 12 As you enter a house, wish it peace. 13
If the house is worthy, let your peace come upon it; if not, let your peace return to you.
14 Whoever will not receive you or listen to your words—go outside that house or town
and shake the dust from your feet. 15 Amen, I say to you, it will be more tolerable for
the land of Sodom and Gomorrah on the day of judgment than for that town.
Here is the very important verse that tells us to let them alone!
Matthew 15:13 He said in reply, “Every plant that my heavenly Father has not planted
will be uprooted. 14 Let them alone; they are blind guides (of the blind). If a blind
person leads a blind person, both will fall into a pit.”

6. The Mustard Seed: Matthew 13:31-32, Mark 4:30-34, Luke 13:18-19
Mark 4:30 He said, “To what shall we compare the kingdom of God, or what parable
can we use for it? 31 It is like a mustard seed that, when it is sown in the ground, is the
smallest of all the seeds on the earth. 32 But once it is sown, it springs up and
becomes the largest of plants and puts forth large branches, so that the birds of the sky
can dwell in its shade.” 33 With many such parables he spoke the word to them as they
were able to understand it. 34 Without parables he did not speak to them, but to his
own disciples he explained everything in private.
I included this above verse because it includes one thing which the other accounts of this
parable do not. That is that the mustard seed is the smallest of all the seeds. Jesus Christ
taught us something very simple. The mustard seed in this parable is the mustard seed
planted in rich soil. The birds are the angels whom are watching with the god of Abraham until
the final judgment.
Revelation 19:14 The armies of heaven followed him, mounted on white horses and
wearing clean white linen.

7. The Yeast: Matthew 13:33, Luke 13:20
This parable tells us that the seed planted in rich soil has the holy trinity. That is what the
three in this parable represents. Again we are reminded that the church of Mormon is
particularly wicked, evil, and of the devil!
Matthew 13:33 He spoke to them another parable. “The kingdom of heaven is like
yeast that a woman took and mixed with three measures of wheat flour until the whole
batch was leavened.”

8. The Treasure Hidden in the field: Matthew 13:44-50
Matthew 13:44 “The kingdom of heaven is like a treasure buried in a field, which a
person finds and hides again, and out of joy goes and sells all that he has and buys
that field. 45 Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant searching for fine pearls.
46 When he finds a pearl of great price, he goes and sells all that he has and buys it.
47 Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a net thrown into the sea, which collects fish of
every kind. 48 When it is full they haul it ashore and sit down to put what is good into
buckets. What is bad they throw away. 49 Thus it will be at the end of the age. The
angels will go out and separate the wicked from the righteous 50 and throw them into
the fiery furnace, where there will be wailing and grinding of teeth.
This parable is very simple and talks about spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. Once it is
found, we are told to spread it. Remember do not get in the way of those that will not listen.
The same will happen at the end of times. That is when the final opportunity for people to
repent and accept Jesus Christ will end.

9. The Lost Sheep: Matthew 18:10-14, Luke 15:1-7
Matthew 18:10 “See that you do not despise one of these little ones, for I say to you
that their angels in heaven always look upon the face of my heavenly Father. 12 What
is your opinion? If a man has a hundred sheep and one of them goes astray, will he not
leave the ninety-nine in the hills and go in search of the stray? 13 And if he finds it,
amen, I say to you, he rejoices more over it than over the ninety-nine that did not stray.
14 In just the same way, it is not the will of your heavenly Father that one of these little
ones be lost.
This verse includes something that the others do not. That is we are not to despise one of
these little ones. We are also reminded of how important repentance is. This parable identifies
finding one of the seeds planted in rich soil. The lamb is not a false idol in this situation like in
the parable of the lost coin. The Jesus numerology cannot be used in this parable. Let us be
reminded of a new commandment Jesus Christ gave us.
John 13:34 I give you a new commandment: love one another. As I have loved you, so
you also should love one another.

10. The Unforgiving Servant: Matthew 18:21-35
Matthew 18:21 Then Peter approaching asked him, “Lord, if my brother sins against
me, how often must I forgive him? As many as seven times?” 22 Jesus answered, “I
say to you, not seven times but seventy-seven times. 23 That is why the kingdom of
heaven may be likened to a king who decided to settle accounts with his servants. 24
When he began the accounting, a debtor was brought before him who owed him a
huge amount. 25 Since he had no way of paying it back, his master ordered him to be
sold, along with his wife, his children, and all his property, in payment of the debt. 26 At
that, the servant fell down, did him homage, and said, ‘Be patient with me, and I will
pay you back in full.’ 27 Moved with compassion the master of that servant let him go
and forgave him the loan. 28 When that servant had left, he found one of his fellow
servants who owed him a much smaller amount. He seized him and started to choke
him, demanding, ‘Pay back what you owe.’ 29 Falling to his knees, his fellow servant
begged him, ‘Be patient with me, and I will pay you back.’ 30 But he refused. Instead,
he had him put in prison until he paid back the debt. 31 Now when his fellow servants
saw what had happened, they were deeply disturbed, and went to their master and
reported the whole affair. 32 His master summoned him and said to him, ‘You wicked
servant! I forgave you your entire debt because you begged me to. 33 Should you not
have had pity on your fellow servant, as I had pity on you?’ 34 Then in anger his
master handed him over to the torturers until he should pay back the whole debt. 35 So
will my heavenly Father do to you, unless each of you forgives his brother from his
heart.”
This parable talks about not measuring sin when you forgive your brother you are to do so
from your heart. Their transgressions does not matter.

11. The Laborers in the Vineyard: Matthew 20:1-16
Matthew 20:1 “The kingdom of heaven is like a landowner who went out at dawn to hire
laborers for his vineyard. 2 After agreeing with them for the usual daily wage, he sent
them into his vineyard. 3 Going out about nine o’clock, he saw others standing idle in
the marketplace, 4 and he said to them, ‘You too go into my vineyard, and I will give
you what is just.’ 5 So they went off. [And] he went out again around noon, and around
three o’clock, and did likewise. 6 Going out about five o’clock, he found others standing
around, and said to them, ‘Why do you stand here idle all day?’ 7 They answered,
‘Because no one has hired us.’ He said to them, ‘You too go into my vineyard.’ 8 When
it was evening the owner of the vineyard said to his foreman, ‘Summon the laborers
and give them their pay, beginning with the last and ending with the first.’ 9 When those
who had started about five o’clock came, each received the usual daily wage. 10 So
when the first came, they thought that they would receive more, but each of them also
got the usual wage. 11 And on receiving it they grumbled against the landowner, 12
saying, ‘These last ones worked only one hour, and you have made them equal to us,
who bore the day’s burden and the heat.’ 13 He said to one of them in reply, ‘My friend,
I am not cheating you. Did you not agree with me for the usual daily wage? 14 Take
what is yours and go. What if I wish to give this last one the same as you? 15 [Or] am I
not free to do as I wish with my own money? Are you envious because I am generous?’
16 Thus, the last will be first, and the first will be last.”
Th kingdom of the god of Abraham is infinite, and this means it cannot be measured. The
people that truly serve him will all be paid the same. The payment is entering the kingdom of
the god of Abraham. That is the meaning of this parable. Let us also be reminded of the
analogy of the vineyard here. The good seed planted in rich soil will produce good wheat and
bear a harvest.

12. The Parable of the Two Sons: Matthew 21:28-32
Matthew 21:28 “What is your opinion? A man had two sons. He came to the first and
said, ‘Son, go out and work in the vineyard today.’ 29 He said in reply, ‘I will not,’ but
afterwards he changed his mind and went. 30 The man came to the other son and
gave the same order. He said in reply, ‘Yes, sir,’ but did not go. 31 Which of the two did
his father’s will?” They answered, “The first.” Jesus said to them, “Amen, I say to you,
tax collectors and prostitutes are entering the kingdom of God before you. 32 When
John came to you in the way of righteousness, you did not believe him; but tax
collectors and prostitutes did. Yet even when you saw that, you did not later change
your minds and believe him.
This parable again reminds us of how important repentance is. We are not told that people
with no need of repentance will not enter the kingdom of the god of Abraham, but we are
reminded that the people with most sin who repent will be first.


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