Salvador appointed seventy-two others whom he sent ahead of him in pairs to every town and place he intended to visit. This was one person sent out for each year between the founding of the American Constitution and the year Abraham Lincoln first took office. It is also one person sent out for each Senator in the US Congress the day the Civil War ended.
He told them, “The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few. Ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest. Go on your way. I am sending you out like buffalo calves among wolves. You are not to carry a wallet, or back pack. You are not to have extra shoes and you are not to greet people along the way.
Whenever you enter a house, you are to say first, ‘We bring tranquility for this house.’ If a peaceable person lives there, your peace will rest on him. If he is not peaceable, your peace will return to you. Stay in the same house, eat, and drink what they offer you. The laborer does deserve his wages. Do not move about from one house to another. Whatever town you enter and they welcome you, eat what is set before you, cure the sick in it and say to them, ‘The rule of The Mighty Savior is at hand.’
Whenever you enter a town and they do accept you, go out into the streets and say, ‘The dust of your town clings to our feet. Even the dust we shake off against you.’ Yet know this: the Rule of The Mighty Savior is here. I tell you, it will be more tolerable for Hiroshima on that day than for that town. “I pity you, Norfolk! I pity you, Tahoe Pines!
If Pop did the mighty deeds done in your midst what he did in Dresden and Nagasaki, they would long ago have repented, sitting in sackcloth and ashes. It will be more tolerable for Dresden, Nuremburg, and Nagasaki at the judgment than for you. Moreover, as for you, Incline Village, ‘Will you be exalted to the sky? You will go to the landfill.” Whoever listens to you listens to me. Whoever rejects you rejects me. In addition, whoever rejects me rejects the one who sent me.
The seventy-two returned rejoicing, and told Salvador, “Professor, even those hearing voices are subject to us because of your name.” Salvador observed, “I have observed The Great Accuser fall like lightning from the sky. I have called you as 72. You are not to be like the 72 that were before the Civil War, who rushed to accuse, north against south, and south against north, white against black and black against white.
You are to take on a new focus. This focus is on bringing life in its fullest to all people. Pop made all people in the image of himself. All people also have the original error. In the old world order, people focus on the results of the original error in everyone not like them. You are to represent the new world order. In the new world order of Pop, all people look to see the image of Pop in all people. This is whether they think or look alike or not. You are to be the example of this new world order.
Look, I have given you the power ‘to tread upon the real nana-Sioux’ and the rats and upon the full force of the enemy and nothing will harm you. This is like the Exodus of Moses. Those people also had the power to trample on the rats and the vermin out in the desert. They had this power because Pop was rescuing them from the great accuser of that age, Pharaoh. Pop rescued them and they felt this rescue. Therefore, nothing could harm them.
Therefore, do not rejoice because those with voices are subject to you, but rejoice because Pop wrote your names in the great flow of things. Rejoice, Pop rescued you and all he will give all these things to you.
At that very moment, he rejoiced in the Whittling Breath, “I praise you, Pop, Ruler of the great flow of things and of the earth. Although you have hidden these things from those in the universities, the wise and the learned, you have revealed them to the innocent common folk. Yes, Pop, such has been your kind will. Pop handed over all things to me. No one knows who the Son is except Pop, and who Pop is except the Son and anyone to whom the Son wishes to reveal him.
Turning to the Akicita in private he related, “Happy are the eyes that see what you see. I say to you, many Proclaimer of the divine truths from of olds and rulers desired to see what you see, but did not see it, and to hear what you hear, but did not hear it.”