Your email suggests that you’ve been actively fighting the cabal and I honor your military service.
I get your fury. I agree that the cabal’s crimes have been incomprehensibly evil – and I don’t use that word often. They “deserve” to be executed.
Secondly, I wonder if we’re worried that the cabal will escape justice or get away with something if we don’t execute them? However, the truth is, by the outworking of universal laws, no one gets away with anything on the other side.
What awaits the cabal’s high-level members? Perhaps read about where they’ll go – the Dark Plane.
Any life lived on the Dark Plane is miserable. The inhabitant must endlessly relive each dark event, experiencing the feelings of their victims as well as their own.
The place itself is undesirable in every way. The souls are ministered to and helped to progress out of this pit.
For those who are absolutely evil and intransigent and have been given ample opportunity to pull back, there’s a fate we’d think of as ultimate: A return to the First Dimension.
That means starting all over again from the bottom of the evolutionary ladder, which ultimately leads back to God for everyone, even the evil.
Do we have an account of it happening to anyone? Yes, we do. Philip Gilbert, who was to me on the afterworld what Matthew Ward is on this world (a credible informant, an honest witness to the truth), described his assignment to “cope” with “the Belsen gang.”
The Belsen gang were Nazi SS officers who ran Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, deemed one of the worst of the Nazi death camps. Camp guard Irma Grese, formerly a black magician, was sent back from her Earth life to the First Dimension to start over again.
Therefore, there’s no reason for sullying our entrance into the Golden Age by executing “millions” of our “enemies.” I see no justification for it and cannot live with the idea of such an action.