THE Rainbow is the sign of the Covenant (Genesis 9:11-15). The Rainbow Bridge is a bridge that links the world of man with the world of God. This Covenant is the Covenant of Baha'u'llah that links Midgard, the world of man, to Asgard, the world of the gods. The gods of Norse legends refer to the Divine Manifestations and other Promised Ones of God. There are two types of Covenants: the greater and the lesser Covenant. Baha'u'llah was prophesied in the greater Covenant. Baha'u'llah's Covenant is the lesser Covenant. It sets forth His House of Justice and names His successors for the establishment of His House of Justice, but Hel and the "Hands" broke Baha'u'llah's Covenant. Heimdall is the One prophesied in all the Holy Books, that is, through the greater Covenant, to establish Asgard, the New Jerusalem spoken of in Revelation.


A god named Heimdall lived by the rainbow bridge, watching over it constantly:

Living in Asgard and counted as one of the AEsir was Heimdall. Men on earth called him the white god and considered him a mighty and holy god but it is not clear where he came from. He was not a son of Odin and it is said that nine women, all sisters, mysteriously gave birth to him. He is sometimes called Gullintanni or Golden Teeth, for his teeth were made of living gold; his horse was called Gold-Topping from its mane of fine gold wires. Heimdall had his stronghold, a palace that was more like a barbican [fortress] than a house, at the very edge of Asgard, close to Bifrost [rainbow] bridge. There he stood sentinel, watching out for the giants' assault on the bridge. He could sleep like a bird with one eye open and it is said that his ears could detect the noises made by blades of grass as they grew or the hair getting longer on a sheep's back. Slung from a baldrick over his shoulder Heimdall carried at the ready a mighty bugle, Giallarhorn, the alarm horn, whose blasts reached every nook and cranny of all the nine worlds, from highest to lowest. When the giants [the Covenant-breakers] cross Bifrost [rainbow bridge] and Ragnarok begins, Heimdall will blow on Giallarhorn to call the gods and everyone who is on their side to fight against the powers of evil. (Gods and Heroes from Viking Mythology by Brian Branston, p. 42)

The giants are the strong ones who are not gods and they don't live in Asgard; but they take over a religion and corrupt it for their own aggrandizement and empowerment, like the Papacy that took over the Christian faith, and the Sunnis who took over the Islamic faith and the "Hands" who took over the Baha'i faith, having no authority to do so. They became the giants as the five million or so worldwide Baha'is became the followers of Hel, who went against Shoghi Effendi and the Covenant; thus these Covenant-breakers became the giants. Therefore they have crossed Bifrost, the rainbow bridge, into Asgard, the place of the authentic ones of God, and now Ragnarok begins, meaning that the cause of the great calamity that is to befall humanity is caused by these damn Covenant-breakers. That is, this message of the Kingdom supported by Heimdall will become broadcast to all the nine worlds (the followers of the Nine Great Manifestations) when Heimdall blows his Giallarhorn. That is, this message will get front-page coverage right after New York City is nuked. Then there will be 144,000 who come out of the tribes of Israel under its new name Baha'i. The rest are for the fire. They will suffer immensely. Some will die instantly in their sins. Others will be badly burned and if they don't repent they will follow Hel into Hell. The 144,000 will take the side of Heimdall to join God's Heavenly army to fight against the powers of evil. The god Heimdall is referring to the establisher of the Baha'i faith. The following is taken from Brian Mueller's book that everyone should read, KEYS TO THE KINGDOM IN SCANDINAVIAN LEGENDS:


A god named Heimdall lived by the rainbow bridge, watching over it constantly.

Living in Asgaard and counted as one of the AEsir was Heimdall. Men on earth called him the white god and considered him a mighty and holy god but it is not clear where he came from. He was not a son of Odin and it is said that nine women, all sisters, mysteriously gave birth to him. He is sometimes called Gullintanni or Golden Teeth, for his teeth were made of living gold; his horse was called Gold-Topping from its mane of fine gold wires. Heimdall had his stronghold, a palace that was more like a barbican [fortress] than a house, at the very edge of Asgard, close to Bifrost [rainbow] bridge. There he stood sentinel, watching out for the giants' assault on the bridge. He could sleep like a bird with one eye open and it is said that his ears could detect the noises made by blades of grass as they grew or the hair getting longer on a sheep's back. Slung from a baldrick over his shoulder Heimdall carried at the ready a mighty bugle, Giallarhorn, the alarm horn, whose blasts reached every nook and cranny of all the nine worlds, from highest to lowest. When the giants [the Covenant-breakers] cross Bifrost [rainbow bridge] and Ragnarok begins, Heimdall will blow on Giallarhorn to call the gods and everyone who is on their side to fight against the powers of evil. (Gods and Heroes from Viking Mythology by Brian Branston, p. 42)

The god Heimdall is referring to the establisher of the Baha'i faith: Dr. Leland Jensen. All religions have had establishers, or people who establish the teachings of the Manifestations after They have passed away, i.e., Paul was the establisher of Christianity and Ali established the Islamic faith. The establisher of Baha'u'llah is not a Manifestation, just as none of the former establishers have been Manifestations. Dr. Leland Jensen is someone who is prophesied to establish a religion, but does not have a new Revelation direct from God. This is why Heimdall's birth is a mystery, for even though Leland is a Promised One who fulfills the prophesied criteria just as the Manifestations do, he is not descended from the divine lineage of David and has no right to the guardianship.

Dr. Leland Jensen is of Danish descent, by both his mother and father, [1] and therefore descended from the tribe of Dan, from which the Norse legends originate. This explains the detailed prophecies concerning Heimdall and his place in the legends. Dr. Leland Jensen fulfills the prophecies in the Bible for Joshua (Jesus) the High Priest spoken of in the book of Zechariah, chapter 3. He is also the return of Jesus the Lamb and the Knight on the white horse in Revelation. As Leland is descended from the tribe of Dan, he is not the return of Jesus the Christ, for he is not a descendant of King David, or of the tribe of Judah. This actually fulfills the prophecy that the return of Jesus the High Priest would be from the tribe of Dan, or a Dane. In the book of Genesis chapter 49, Jacob gathers his sons together to give them blessings. While addressing Judah he says:

Judah is a lion's whelp: from the prey, my son, thou art gone up: he stooped down, he couched as a lion, and as an old lion; who shall rouse him up? (Genesis 49:9)

This prophecy is for the two Messiahs or Christs that would be descended from Judah: Jesus and Baha'u'llah. Jesus is the lion's whelp by being the Son, the first of the two Christs, and Baha'u'llah is the old lion, the second Christ that returns as the Father. Further on Jacob says:—

Dan shall judge his people, as one of the tribes of Israel.... (Genesis 49:16)

This blessing makes reference to Jesus the High Priest on his return having power to judge the courts as a descendant from the tribe of Dan. In the book of Zechariah it states:

Thus saith the Lord of hosts; if thou wilt walk in my ways, and if thou wilt keep my charge, then thou shalt also judge my house, and shalt also keep my courts, and I will give thee places to walk among these that stand by. (Zechariah 3:7)

The way it is proven that the return of Jesus the High Priest is from Dan and not from Judah, is by the words of Moses when he is blessing the tribes of Israel:

And this is the blessing, wherewith Moses the man of God blessed the children of Israel before his death…. And of Dan he said, Dan is a lion's whelp…. (Deuteronomy 33:1, 22)

In the Bible we see that Jesus the Christ is descended from King David who is of the tribe of Judah, which fulfills the blessing of Jacob that Judah would be a lion's whelp. When Jesus returns, this time as the High Priest after the Order of Melchizedec and not a Christ, he is from the tribe of Dan. Thus Moses called Dan a lion's whelp as well, and Jacob said Dan would be a judge. This is confirmed in Zechariah when God said that Jesus the High Priest, who is a descendant of Dan, would judge His house.

A High Priest After the Order of Melchizedec

The Bible states that Jesus Christ was a High Priest after the Order of Melchizedec. When Christ returns, the Melchizedec must return as well. This is accepted as fact by authorities on the coming Kingdom of God.

Much is to be said in the Talmudic literature about the high priest in the Messianic Age. He is called "the Righteous Priest" (Kohen-Zedek)—an appellation apparently identical with Melchizedec. Here we have a significant point of contact of the Talmud with the epistle to the Hebrews in the New Testament. But the Talmud also has many pages militating against the conclusion that Melchizedec and the Messiah are identical… in the saying of Patriarch Rabban Simeon Ben Gamaliel II (post-Hadrianic) on Ziedec:

These are two anointed ones. This means the Righteous Priest and the Messiah. And I do not know which of them is more beloved. But since it says (Psalm 110:4), "The Lord hath sworn and will not repent: 'Thou art a priest forever (after the manner of Melchizedec),'" we know that the King-Messiah is more beloved than the Righteous Priest.

The high priest in the age to come, Melchizedec, who plays such an important role in the Epistle to the Hebrews, is here less beloved of God than the Messiah. But the existence of the high priest in the Messianic age is mentioned as something to be taken for granted by common consent. (The Messianic Idea in Israel by Joseph Klausner, p. 515)

This means that at the time the Messiah comes Who is to bring the plans for the establishment for the Kingdom of God on earth, the High Priest after the Order of Melchizedec must come as well. Jesus Christ was both Messiah and High Priest, but he did not come to establish the Kingdom, only to give the gospel of it. With the coming of the Messianic age, or Kingdom of God, these are two separate individuals. Baha'u'llah was the King-Messiah, and Dr. Leland Jensen is the return of Jesus as a High Priest after the Order of Melchizedec. The High Priest is submissive to the Messiah because Dr. Leland Jensen is only establishing what Baha'u'llah revealed.

In the context of the Norse legends, the concept of Jesus returning as the High Priest is symbolized by the birth of Heimdall. The legends convey that the birth of Heimdall was a mystery, and that unlike any of the other gods living in Asgard, he was not descended from Odin. On the surface this appears to be a contradiction, because Dr. Leland Jensen is from the tribe of Dan, he then must be descended from Adam, who is symbolized in the legends as Odin. The apparent discrepancy is cleared up in Hebrews:

For this Melchizedec, king of Salem, priest of the Most High God, met Abraham returning from the slaughter of the kings and blessed him; and to him Abraham apportioned a tenth part of everything. He is first, by translation of his name, king of righteousness, and then he is also king of Salem, that is, king of peace. He is without father or mother or genealogy, and has neither beginning of days nor end of life, but resembling the Son of God he continues a priest forever. (Hebrews 7:1-3)

Heimdall's birth is a mystery because Dr. Leland Jensen is Melchizedec and therefore is without genealogy in that regard. Dr. Leland's authority does not come from a lineage, but from fulfilling prophecy. In fulfilling the prophecies for the return of Jesus, Dr. Leland's Danish ancestry is important, but when making reference to his station as Melchizedec, it is irrelevant.

The White God

The Norse legends' reference to Dr. Leland Jensen as the "White God" and the fact that he rides a horse parallels him with the Knight on the white horse in the book of Revelation (chapters 19 and 6) and the last remaining Knight of Baha'u'llah as knighted by Shoghi Effendi. 'Abdu'l-Baha prophesied that the Knights of Baha'u'llah would establish the Kingdom of God. This is irrefutable evidence that Dr. Leland Jensen is the establisher of the Baha'i faith, since all other one hundred and forty-nine knights have either passed away or broken the Covenant of God.

How great, how very great is the Cause! How very fierce the onslaught of all the peoples and kindreds of the earth. Ere long shall the clamor of the multitude throughout Africa, throughout America, the cry of the European and of the Turk, the groaning of India and China, be heard far and near. One and all they shall arise with all their power to resist His Cause. Then shall the knights of the Lord, assisted by His grace from on high, strengthened by faith, aided by the power of understanding, and reinforced by legions of the Covenant, arise and make manifest the truth of the verse: 'Behold the confusion that hath befallen the tribes of the defeated.' (The World Order of Baha'u'llah, 'Abdu'l-Baha, quoted by Shoghi Effendi, p. 17)

In the Norse legends Heimdall's teeth are made of living gold, which simply means the words Dr. Leland speaks are instrumental in the establishment of a Golden Age of civilization and are perfected in the qualities and attributes of God.

Then I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse! He who sat upon it is called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he judges and makes war. (Revelation 19:11 RSV)

And I saw, and behold, a white horse, and its rider had a bow [rainbow, the Covenant]; and a crown was given to him, and he went out conquering and to conquer. (Revelation 6:2 RSV)

The barbican which is Heimdall's home in the legends is a large stone fortress (barbican), or in this case a prison. By being framed and wrongfully sent to prison, Dr. Leland Jensen fulfilled the prophecy of Joshua the High Priest. The barbican that Heimdall lives in is the "stone with seven eyes" spoken of in Zechariah, chapter 3:9, which is the Old Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge, Montana.

For behold the stone that I have laid before Joshua; upon one stone shall be seven eyes: behold, I will engrave the engraving thereof, saith the Lord of hosts…. (Zechariah 3:9)

Heimdall's ability to hear and see everything attests to Leland's spiritual awareness as a Promised One of God to perceive events in the world today that will lead to the catastrophe and the coming of the Kingdom of God on earth.

Another similarity between the Norse legends and the book of Revelation is the great bugle that Heimdall carries. This is the trumpet the seventh angel blows announcing the coming of a great catastrophe and the establishment of the Kingdom of God. Dr. Leland Jensen is the seventh angel in the book of Revelation.

Then the seventh angel blew his trumpet, and there were loud voices in heaven, saying, "The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he shall reign for ever and ever." (Revelation 11:15 RSV)

This trumpet blast awakens God's chosen army to arise in defense of the Covenant, as well as preparing them to teach the world this most glorious Cause. This is like Heimdall's horn blast, which will be heard in every nook and cranny of all nine worlds. The six-thousand year Adamic cycle has seen nine Divine Messengers of God, each of Whom, with Their establishers, have brought a Revelation to mankind. Baha'u'llah and His establisher, Dr. Leland Jensen, bring them all together under the shadow of the One True Invisible God. No matter which one of the Revelations, or worlds, one belongs to, they will hear this horn blast because it is for all mankind; it is universal and does not discriminate between any of the world's religions.

In the book Some Answered Questions, 'Abdu'l-Baha gives a commentary on the eleventh chapter of Revelation in which he talks about the seventh angel.

The seventh angel is a man qualified with heavenly attributes, who will arise with heavenly qualities and character. Voices will be raised, so that the appearance of the Divine Manifestation will be proclaimed and diffused. In the day of the Manifestation of the Lord of Hosts, and at the epoch of the divine cycle of the Omnipotent which is promised and mentioned in all the books and writings of the Prophets—in that day of God, the Spiritual and Divine Kingdom will be established, and the world will be renewed; a new spirit will be breathed into the body of creation; the season of the divine spring will come; the clouds of mercy will rain; the sun of reality will shine; the life-giving breeze will blow; the world of humanity will wear a new garment; the surface of the earth will be a sublime paradise; mankind will be educated; wars, disputes, quarrels and malignity will disappear; and truthfulness, righteousness, peace and the worship of God will appear; union, love and brotherhood will surround the world; and God will rule for evermore—meaning that the spiritual and everlasting Kingdom will be established. Such is the day of God. For all the days which have come and gone were the days of Abraham, Moses and Christ, or of the other Prophets; but this day is the day of God, for the sun of reality will arise in it with the utmost warmth and splendour. (Some Answered Questions, pp. 66, 67)

So it is clear and evident that the seventh angel will establish the Kingdom of God on earth, and Dr. Leland Jensen is the only person in the world who fulfills the prophecy of the seventh angel.

Born of Nine Sisters

The birth of Heimdall also tells an interesting tale. He was said to have been born of nine sisters. To find out what this means more facts must be uncovered about these sisters. Many sources say these nine sisters were as waves of the sea. The sea is a symbol for Baha'u'llah's Revelation of God to mankind. Baha'u'llah's Revelation proclaims that religion is universal and progressive, all religions having a common foundation in the One True Invisible God, thereby making all the separate Revelations the waves of one sea.

The nine waves are the religions brought by the Manifestations: the Adamic religion, Hebrew, Hindu, Zoroastrian, Buddhist, Christian, Islamic, Babi, and Baha'i. Because it takes knowledge of these religions to bring together God's chosen army under the universal teachings of the Baha'i faith, Heimdall, who is Dr. Leland Jensen, was born of nine waves. All the faiths throughout history have prophesied the coming of this establisher, i.e., in the Hindu faith Dr. Leland Jensen is the Avatar Kalki, in Zoroastrian scripture he is the Saoshyant, and in the writings of Buddha, Leland is the Maitreya.

The strength of this being came from the earth and the ice-cold sea, and he must surely be Heimdall, who according to the early poets was born of the waves, while the waves are also called his daughters. Dumezil saw a parallel in Welsh folklore in a tradition about the sea woman Gwenhidwy; of her it was said that the breaking waves were her ewes and the ninth wave a ram, and such an image might reconcile the two aspects of Heimdall, one of a ram and one as god of the waves. (Myths and Symbols in Pagan Europe by H.R. Ellis Davidson, p. 211)

These two aspects are very important because Leland fulfills the prophecy for the return of Jesus as the Lamb spoken of in Revelation. The only difference between a ram and a lamb is that a ram is a male sheep and a lamb is a young sheep, so this clearly points to Leland's fulfillment of prophecy.

And between the throne and the four living creatures and among the elders, I saw a Lamb standing, as though it had been slain, with seven horns and with seven eyes, which are the seven spirits of God sent out into all the earth; and he went and took the scroll from the right hand of him who was seated on the throne. And when he had taken the scroll, the four living creatures and the twenty-four elders fell down before the Lamb, each holding a harp, and with golden bowls full of incense, which are the prayers of the saints; and they sang a new song, saying: "Worthy art thou to take the scroll and to open its seals, for thou wast slain and by thy blood didst ransom men for God from every tribe and tongue and people and nation, and hast made them a kingdom and priests to our God, and they shall reign on the earth." (Revelation 5:6-10 RSV)

Heimdall (or the ram), the all-hearing, listens,
ready to sound Gaillarhorn (seventh trumpet) signaling Ragnarok (Armegeddon)
the day when the world was wrecked.

The Lamb in Revelation, who is the same as Heimdall (or the ram) in the Norse Legends, appears as though it had been slain. The Lamb is the return of Jesus, who on his first coming was crucified on a cross, and on his second coming appears as though slain. The seven horns upon his head represent the seven Manifestations Whose Revelations are still practiced today, but have become apostate—the Revelations of Moses, Krishna, Zoroaster, Buddha, Jesus, Muhammad, and Baha'u'llah. The seven eyes of the Lamb are Dr. Leland's insights into these Revelations which enable him to prove their validity and interpret the prophecies contained within them. The person seated on the throne is the Guardian of the Baha'i faith, and the scroll is the Covenant. It is evident that the scroll is the Covenant since in verse one of the aforementioned chapter of Revelation it states that the scroll is "written within and on the back, sealed with seven seals." The part written within is the Kitab-i-Ahd (the book of Baha'u'llah's Covenant), and the part written on the back is the Will and Testament of 'Abdu'l-Baha which further defines and delineates the Covenant of Baha'u'llah. The Will and Testament was signed (sealed) seven times by 'Abdu'l-Baha: one signature on each of the Will's three parts, one signature on the front of the envelope containing the Will (which was addressed to Shoghi Effendi), and three more signatures on the back of the envelope where it was stuck down, for a total of seven. The Lamb breaks the seals on the Covenant because only Dr. Leland Jensen has the true understanding of the Covenant to establish it in the world as prophesied. The Lamb is the only one worthy to break the seals because Dr. Jensen is the only person in the world who fulfills the prophecies for the establisher of the Baha'i faith. The explanations and commentaries of Dr. Jensen comprise the "new song" the people sing.

Heimdall's title "god of the waves" in the Norse legends symbolizes Dr. Jensen's knowledge of all world religions. Being the ninth wave shows that Leland is the establisher of the ninth and final religion in this cycle: the Baha'i faith.

The source of Heimdall's power coming from the earth and the sea brings up another interesting point. The name "Leland" means "the land," and the land is earth. So when he receives his power from the earth, or land, it is referring to his authority to establish the Kingdom by fulfilling prophecy by name, as well as by date, address, and mission. Again the sea refers to Leland's knowledge of religions. These two things are also mentioned in the Bible, for he is the mighty angel in Revelation that comes down from heaven.

Then I saw another mighty angel coming down from heaven, wrapped in a cloud, with a rainbow over his head, and his face was like the sun, and his legs like pillars of fire. He had a little scroll open in his hand. And he set his right foot on the sea, and his left foot on the land, and called out with a loud voice, like a lion roaring; when he called out, the seven thunders sounded. (Revelation 10:1-3 RSV)

His right foot on the sea is the authority he has to establish the Baha'i faith which is the joining of all the rivers of Revelations into one sea. Dr. Jensen does not reveal anything new, he simply establishes that which has already been revealed. His left foot on the land (Le land) [2] are the proofs for himself as the promised establisher.

His Head is His Sword

Several other facts about Heimdall should be mentioned. The first is a strange saying that the head of Heimdall is his sword. Leland uses his great knowledge of religion to guard himself from persecution and to attack the clergy and Covenant-breaking Baha'is. Leland has no need of physical weapons. The sword of Heimdall, or Leland, is the knowledge he has that exposes their corruption and reveals the truth. The concept of the sword is paralleled in Revelation, chapter 19:15, where it states, "From his [the knight on the white horse] mouth issues a sharp sword with which to smite the nations…."

In another legend, Thor's hammer is stolen by the giants. Heimdall came up with the plan that got Thor's hammer back. It has been previously shown that Thor is the Guardian of the Baha'i faith, and his hammer is a symbol of his power and authority, having a short handle like the gavel he will use as the chairman of the Universal House of Justice. When the Hands of the Cause of God broke the Covenant and declared the guardianship had ended most of the believers followed in the violation of the "Hands". The ones who realized the "Hands" were corrupt joined together under the succeeding Guardian, Charles Mason Remey, but fell away after his death. Only Dr. Leland Jensen and his wife Dr. Opal knew that Mason's son, Joseph Pepe Remey, would be the one to succeed Mason as Guardian of the Baha'i faith. As only a handful of people realize this fact today, it is Leland's responsibility as establisher of the Baha'i faith to make sure the Kingdom of God gets established in the world and the Universal House of Justice is functioning with the guardian presiding as president.

Unless the guardian sits at the head of the Universal House of Justice, he has practically no authority, as his function is to chair the Universal House of Justice and then to establish in the world the decisions arrived at. He has the Hands to assist him in his functions. He is the only one that is to receive the Huquq, and to use it to carry out his functions. In the legend, Thor (the Guardian) has lost his hammer (source of power/authority). Just as Heimdall forms the plan that gets Thor's hammer back into his possession, Dr. Leland Jensen forms the plan to get the Guardian back into his rightful position as president of the International Baha'i Council/Universal House of Justice, therefore getting back the Guardian's authority.

Opposed By Satan

The last thing that will be stated about Heimdall is his relationship to Loki, the mischief-maker.

He (Heimdall) seems to have a special link with Loki, who is to be his opponent in the last great battle…. (Scandinavian Mythology by H.R. Ellis Davidson, p. 105)

During Ridvan of 1963 (April 21st – May 2nd), a convention was organized in Santa Fe, New Mexico for the purpose of electing a National Spiritual Assembly (NSA). This was Charles Mason Remey's idea, for he believed that after the usurpation of the faith by the Hands of the Cause of God, a NSA under the guardianship should be set up to save those under the violation of the "Hands" and to organize teaching efforts. Dr. Jensen arrived two days after the first day of Ridvan or on April 23rd. Rex King, who lived 70 miles away, arrived early to commemorate the feast of the first day of Ridvan (April 21st) with the Baha'is of Santa Fe as well as the delegates and friends that were arriving early. Dr. Jensen found that Rex King had been telling the delegates that the Guardian was grooming him to be the next guardian. He showed them letters from Mason praising Rex for the work that he was doing for the faith before he came under the Guardianship of Mason. Rex King was talking against Dr. Jensen, and long-time friends were shunning him. Rex King, in his politicking to get elected and in order to get all the friends to be his supporters in a clique around him, was in his campaigning throwing mud at Dr. Jensen, as Dr. Jensen was a Knight of Baha'u'llah and had brought most of the friends and delegates there into the faith or they were his lifelong friends. Rex King's objective in backbiting Dr. Jensen was to try and keep Dr. Jensen from being elected to the NSA so Rex would be able to run the entire show, so-to-speak.

The Convention started on April 25th and was in session for three days; on the last day was the election. Since many of the people attending the convention were duped by Rex King's erroneous statements, they fell victim to his machinations. As a result when the votes were counted Dr. Jensen tied for ninth place, and in the run-off he was elected by just a one-vote margin. Rex King's goal was to get control of the Baha'i faith in America, and then the world. He perceived Dr. Jensen as a threat to that plan, and therefore was motivated by his own evil desires to spread lies about Leland. In 1969 Rex was declared Satan by the Executive Branch of the faith.

Anyone who turns against God is Satan, and as stated earlier, Loki is Satan. The special relationship between Heimdall and Loki is due to a prophecy that says Dr. Leland Jensen will be opposed by Satan. When Dr. Leland Jensen was opposed by Rex King, he was fulfilling the prophecy for Joshua the High Priest in Zechariah.

Then he showed me Joshua the high priest standing before the angel of the lord, and Satan standing at his right hand to accuse him. And the Lord said to Satan, "The Lord rebuke you, O Satan! The Lord who has chosen Jerusalem rebuke you! Is this not a brand plucked from the fire?" (Zechariah 3:1, 2 RSV)

The Guardian Charles Mason Remey even declared Rex King to be Satan in a letter addressed to the Baha'i World and sent to Dr. Leland when he had the "stone with seven eyes" before him:


Some days ago I was astonished to have word that Rex King and two young men were below wishing to see me! I sent word back to say I would like very much to see Rex but not the young men. I had things I wanted to tell him but not them.

I told Rex that no one of my acquaintance has a better knowledge of the Baha'i faith than he but as Lucifer in the Old Testament Days chose to put truth aside and espouse the cause of Satan, so had he done in these modern times decided that he would now assume the station of Satan in these days of the Dispensation of Christ, despite the many opportunities that I had given him to change his evil ways, yet he refused and blatantly insisted on maintaining his satanic intentions, therefore obliging me to cast him out from all association in this world with the people of God that included the life to come as well as his life here upon earth—his station to be ever and eternally that of Satan for evermore.
Signed, Charles Mason Remey.

Loki, as Heimdall's enemy, can also be viewed as Leland's mission to expose the satanic deeds of those in the past who have corrupted the true faith, such as those of Nimrod, Semiramis, the Christians and the Hands of the Cause of God under Shoghi Effendi. The real Loki of the end times is Hasan Balyuzi who, along with his cohort, Ruhiyyih Khanum, lead five million, more or less, Baha'is astray into Covenant-breaking and in opposition to Shoghi Effendi. [3]

The Last Battle of Heimdall and Loki



1 His mother's maiden name was Daisy Petersen (Danish) and his father's was Christ Jensen (Danish). [back]

2 "Le" is the French word for "the." Leland is a French surname and is an English given name. [back]

3 From Keys to the Kingdom in Scandinavian Legends, by Brian Mueller. [back]

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