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Call it the First Covenant, Rainbow Covenant, the Noahide or Universal Covenant, natural law, or natural religion...

Whatever you call the great Biblical compact between God and all the Earth, it stands for a vast body of wisdom crafted to lead everyone to grace, empowerment, higher consciousness, and holiness.

It's the Path of God the Father, God the King. It's Judaism for non-Jews - the overarching general principles of the Hebrew Revolution and the Torah for all the descendants of Noah and Adam.

Some people call this path of life "Noahism," and the Teaching of this covenant "Noahide Law." It's the heart of the age-old Biblical Covenant - the First Covenant, in the Book of Genesis, chapter 9 - of the Rainbow, immediately following the legendary Flood of Noah.

These immortal laws, "the Seven Commandments of the Children of Noah" - in Biblical Hebrew, the sheva mitzvot b'nei No'ach - define what it means to be human. They are the Bible's universal precepts (separate from the Revealed Hebrew "Torah Code," or rules for kosher living, from Moses, of the Jewish People's Torah, the Jews' famous "Ten Commandments Code," the detailed Law of Sinai).

The Seven Commandments are Heaven's foundational, universal instructions for living the good life - a fully human life.

This wisdom will open your eyes to great holiness.

We established this foundation, wrote our book, Rainbow Covenant: Torah and the Seven Universal Laws, publish our Covenant Connection newsletter, prepare new books, videos and pamphlets, teach classes, correspond, advise, and do ALL we can to make this beautiful sacred wisdom more accessible.

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