THE ULTIMATE SIN
ROBERT DE GRIMSTON
1. 1 The arms race accelerates. Violence spreads in the streets of
the cities. Poverty and disease abound.
2 Governments churn out meaningless words, as the world slides in-
exorably towards destruction. Radicals protest ineffectually;
the only changes are changes for the worse. Conservatives com-
plain soundlessly; the decline continues unstemmed and unrelen-
ting. Liberals claim that all we want is peace and love and
brotherhood; all evidence points, in unmistakable contradiction
of this claim, to humanity's preference for war and hatred,
violence and prejudice.
3 Nothing changes for the better. Humanity continues to degrade
itself, while proclaiming its magnificence and basic good inten-
4 Little is spoken of GOD or Judgement or of retribution. We
hear a great deal of 'death', but nothing of 'the wages of sin'.
We hear a great deal of 'war', but nothing of Armageddon or the
Abomination of Desolation. We hear a great deal of 'riots', of
'violence' and of 'brother turned against brother', but nothing
of the Latter Days.
5 Man has been told, man has been warned, man has been given
countless opportunities. But man has not listened, man has ig-
nored the warning and man has chosen to by-pass every opportun-
6 No more can be done for the human race. It is entrenched
beyond recall in its conviction of its owm superiority. It is
committed beyond help to the belief that it is basically magnif-
icent, and troubled only by a fringe minority of malcontents and
irresponsibles. It is buried beyond resurrection in the agree-
ment that through its own unaided efforts, it can change the
pattern of its swift decline, and stem the tide of ultimate dest-
7 Such is the extent of its self-delusion. And such is the seal
of its doom. For there is no cure for him who is convinced
that he is not sick. A madman continues to be mad as long as
he believes himself to be sane. Humanity is mad, as evidenced
by its behaviour; and believing itself to be sane, it will con-
tinue to enact its madness to the fast approaching point of
2. 1 The Latter Days are with us. The time of the End is near.
3. 1 Humanity is a house divided against itself and therefore cannot
2 And there is no escape for the race of humanity from Doom.
But who shall be troubled, for it is the Judgement of The Lord
Christ upon the world of men? And who shall be downcast but
those who choose to go with humanity?
3 We mourn the Death of man as a gesture to what might have been.
But there is no agony, no misery, no grief, no hatred, no
horror, no despair in our awareness of the loss.
4. 1 Yet there is one agony, there is one horror, there is one hid
eous thing, that demands far more than the simple, inevitable,
inexorable Judgement that awaits mankind.
2 Man destroys man; that is his choice. It proves him worth-
less as a creation, but it touches none but himself. Man
betrays himself, tortures himself, makes himself suffer, puts
himself through every conceivable agony and pain. That ls his
choice. As a consequence he dooms only himself.
3 But man does more. Man does not stop at self-destruction.
4 Within his charge, within his care was placed a world of crea-
tures; not beings with choice, as he had demanded for himself;
not beings who could create their own destiny, as he had dem-
anded he should do; not beings who could decide upon their own
fate, take responsibility for their circumstances, cause,
mould, change at will, as he had demanded the right to do.
Into his care was entrusted a world of creatures, who had no
choice because they demanded none, who could not change the
natural order of things because they accepted the all-embracing
Will of their Creator and demanded no independence of their
own, who could not choose because they had preferred to abide
by the Divine Choice.
5 Man chose to rule because he demanded superiority; the crea-
tures accepted his rule because they demanded no superiority.
6 And man, guilty from his rejection of the Will of his Creator,
set himself above the creatures, who were innocent and lived by
the laws of nature, and within the aura of the Divine Will.
7 And man drifted further from GOD, and became buried deeper and
deeper in worship of himself.
8 And the innocent creatures placed within his charge became to
him of no more consequence than possessions, to be used and ex-
ploited towards the furtherance of his glorification of himself.
The glory and magnificence of man, ruled by man and independent
of GOD, was all that mattered; and all must be sacrificed to
9 And man no longer saw the creatures as his charge. He no longer
saw them as precious creations, pure and unspoiled by sin;
placed within his care that he might expiate HIS sin through
love of what is loved by GOD. He no longer saw that he must
serve this world of innocent and GOD-created life; sacrifice
himself if need be to maintain the natural cycle of survival
which had been created and allowed to evolve according to the
laws of nature. He no longer saw the world as the garden en-
trusted to him which he must tend with love and understanding;
and the creatures in the world as part of that garden, which he
must preserve and care for. He saw the world as HIS POSSESSION;
everything in it is as HIS POSSESSION; belonging to him, behol-
den to him, subject to him, in debt to him, placed there for
his benefit and for his use, to do with as it suited his own
10 And man looked upon the creatures who had no choice, and saw a
means to glorify himself.
11 Man as a hunter, who must survive, kills and eats as the animal
kills and eats. This is the law of nature by which the cycle
of life persists. Man kills to clothe himself against the cold
of winter, to protect his feet against the sharp and hostile
ground. Man, even as a shepherd and a herdsman, does no more
than systematize the natural cycle of survival. He feeds,
cares for and protects his livestock, and when the time comes,
kills with mercy, painlessly, for his basic requirements.
12 But when man sees beyond the bounds of basic needs, into the
realms of self-glorification, and sees that by certain devious
methods, more than the natural and basic needs for survival may
be obtained; then begin the horrors that reach far beyond the
bounds of mere sin and the failure of a race to prove itself
worthwhile. For then begins the torture of the innocent crea-
tures; then begins the agony of their suffering; then begins
the limitless pain, which they who have no choice are forced to
endure as man pursues his 'glorious' destiny.
13 Then begins the work of the scientist, who seeks drugs that will
save mankind from disease. Nothing must lie in the path of
such a cause. Mankind is all, and the unbearable agony of a
mere animal, who must undergo experiments for the sake of the
cause, is of no consequence beside the requirements of this mag-
14 Creature after creature suffers the torture of vivisection. As
long as more animals are available, the experiments go on; rel-
entlessly, leaving a trail of death - not merciful death,
sudden and painless, but agonislng, long drawn out, unendurable
15 Anaesthetics? No. Painkillers? No. Such consideration
is given to man alone. The pain of a mere animal is nothing.
16 Indeed laws have been made in some parts of the world, compell-
ing scientists to anaesthetise their victims and to inflict as
little pain as possible. But what is a law where the inter-
ests of science are concerned? Needless to say it is a simple
matter to obtaln exemption. And besides a law agalnst theft
may sometimes prevent men from stealing, but it does not make
17 Equally we are not concerned with occasions when animals are
NOT made to suffer, we are not concerned with mercy or kindness
or consideration for animals where it exists. These thlngs
reduce the magnltude of cruelty where IT exists, not one iota.
A few grams of purity amidst a sea of foul corruption, do not
lessen the corruption. A healthy limb does nothing to reduce
the sickness of a cancerous heart.
18 So talk not of laws. Ultimately they change nothing. To see
the full gravity of the dlsease, go to where the infection is
worst, not where it is partially or temporarily kept at bay.
And there you will find -
19 Anaesthetics? No. Painkillers? No. Such consideration
is given to man alone. The pain of a mere animal is nothing.
Strapped in position, prevented as far as possible from crying
out, its feelings are then discounted as the cause of science
and the better health of men begins its work, stopping at
nothing, setting no limit to the pain it is willing to inflict,
or the time it is willing to keep its victim in a state of
intense discomfort or agony.
20 The knife, the needle, the stab of an electric shock, clamps
and braces, painful drugs, every instrument of torture is em-
ployed as considered necessary. And if the victim dies in error
because the agony is too great for lt to bear, it is at once
discarded as a worthless thing, and replaced with another who
may prove stronger for the cause.
21 And all for the furtherance of man; all for the greater glory
of humanity, which sees itself striding into an era of freedom
from all sickness and disease, as reward for its perseverance.
22 But no, not even that. Even that worthless cause is a myth.
As in alI things, man in his abysmal ignorance, tackles the
symptoms and ignores the basic cause. Physical Sickness and
disease are symptoms of splritual inadequacy. They are the
outward manifestations of sin and the guilt that stems from it.
They are the fruits of GODlessness. To attack them with drugs
and potions is like trying to prevent war by destroying guns.
Guns are not the cause of war, nor are viruses the cause of dis-
ease. Both causes lie within the soul of man. And if the
soul is buried in the conflicts of the mind, then war continues
and disease is not defeated. As one disease is cured, another
takes its place; the soul, ruled by the guilt and fear within
the mind, demands it.
23 Christ said: "What difference is there between forgiving a man
his sins and curing his body? If his body is cured, it is bec-
ause his sins are forgiven; the sins from which his sickness
stems. And if his sins are forgiven, then his body must be
cured; for only sin, and the guilt that comes from sin, can make
the body sick. But if you cure the body whilst the soul re-
mains black with the stain of unremitted sin and shame, then the
body must soon degenerate again, not perhaps in precisely the
same way, but equally or even more effectively. Such is the
nature of sickness and of sin.
24 And when a man was cured Christ said: "Your faith has cured
you. For only faith in Me and what I am, could open your soul
to the power of My forgiveness. For though I have the power to
touch your soul and take away the burdens of guilt that submerge
it, thereby curing the body, you have the choice of whether to
lay bare your soul to Me so that I might use My power to cure
you. And such a choice comes only from faith."
25 So even the cause that man thinks he pursues in his relentless
infliction of suffering upon the creatures placed within his
charge, is a myth, an illusion, a dream, a fantasy, a total un-
reality. In fact by the very methods he uses to combat the
sickness in his body, he adds infinitely to his burden of guilt,
and thereby must ultimately INCREASE the sickness. For the
suffering which he inflicts and allows to be inflicted in the
name of the greater glory of his race, is a sin far far greater
than his destruction of his own kind, which already condemns him
as a race. And the retribution for that sin will be the final
disillusionment; as sickness and disease spread wider and more
devastatingly than ever has been known in the history of man-
kind. And even the vast amount of pain he has inflicted for
his non-existent cause, shall not amount to one fraction of the
suffering and misery that shall come from the plagues and pest-
ilences of the Latter Days.
5. 1 Meanwhile the agony of vivisection goes on, condoned,
encouraged, sponsored, subsidised, by all.
2 The people, who believe the scientist rather than Christ, con-
tinue to encourage the pursuit of 'cures' for their diseases,
most of them deliberately ignorant of the incredible amount of
pain that animals are suffering for the 'cause'. They pay
their taxes, that go towards financing the 'cause'; they buy
their drugs when they finally emerge; they send their children
to colleges, so that they may become part of the 'cause' and
work for it. They are convinced; and they prefer not to know
what is sacrificed in favour of the 'cause'.
3 Most do not know that animals are strapped down, alive and con-
scious, and then cut open and thelr internal organs manipulat-
ed, cut out, replaced, or embellished with strange devices.
4 They do not know that students, unskilled in surgery, collect
stray dogs from kennels where they have been taken, and having
no form of pain killing agent or anaesthetic, set about perfor-
ming experimental operations upon the dogs, keeping them alive
as long as possible in order to derive the greatest benefit.
5 They do not know that certain animals are kept permanently in
positions from which they cannot move a single limb, for months
on end until they die in agony under the scientist's instru-
6 They do not know that intense pain is inflicted on animals by
electric shock, in order to test their reactions.
7 They do not know that animals are blinded and then are kept
alive, have their limbs amputated and then are kept alive, have
their insides cut out and then are kept alive, have their
brains tampered with and then are kept alive.
8 They do not know that animals are skinned alive.
9 They do not know a fraction of the strange and horrific experi-
ments performed in laboratories upon every kind of animal,
large and small, with nothing even to dull the senses and
thereby reduce the pain. They do not know and they cannot
10 They do not know that special dogs are bred that cannot bark or
cry out during experiments.
11 And above all they do not know that all of it is worthless,
pointless, objectless, even in terms of the battle against
humanity's slckness. The drugs and so called 'cures' produced
as a result of Vivisection are useless to tackle the basic
cause of man's disease. Instead, either they have no effect
whatever, or they intensify the symptoms already there, or they
add other symptoms (side effects) to those already there, or,
when they do remove the symptoms of one disease, they ensure
that another, often far worse than the first, replaces it.
(The side effects of 'wonder' drugs are becoming well known.)
12 So ignorance abounds, deliberate ignorance, the turnlng of the
blind eye. Men do not know, because they do not want to know,
the extent of the cruelty to countless helpless creatures per-
petrated in the name of science. And they do not know,
because they do not want to know, that it is all for nothing.
13 But men SHALL know. The knowledge, unmistakable, unequivocal,
undistorted and unreduced, shall be laid before their eyes; so
that no longer shall they be able to avoid the cholce. No lon-
ger shall they be able to hide behind their ignorance. No lon
ger shall they be able to disown the problem, to make it nothing
that concerns them. For it will stand before them, stark and
horrifying and totally inexorable.
14 And they will have to choose. They will have to say 'Yes' or
'No'. They will have to decide 'for' or 'against'. They will
have to commit themselves. For if still they sit on the fence,
justifying non-action or non-concern, dlsmlssing, rejecting,
passing by on the other side, condoning by a negative response,
taking no stand; then they have taken thelr place beside the
scientist. They are the vlvisectionists who lack even the cour-
age to hold the knife. They have made their choice in favour of
the cruelty. They have approved the wanton, agonising slaughter
of millions of animals for the sake of nothing. They have cond-
oned the torture chambers and everything that happens in them.
15 Only those who are willing to take a stand, a positive stand, of
single minded self-sacrifice, against the vast machine of so-
called progress that permits, supports and propogates these hid-
eous practices; only those who have the courage to oppose this
brutal, senseless and malignant cause of cruelty; only those who
will shout from the rooftops the full intensity of thelr whole
hearted condemnation, they shall be counted amongst us. The
rest shall suffer the retribution of the torturers.
16 And the retribution has already begun; agony for agony, pain for
pain, terror for terror, suffering for suffering; every farthing
of the debt returned in kind.
6. 1 So let all who would hear, open their ears and listen; let all
who would see, open their eyes and look; let all who would know,
open their hearts and feel. And let all who would rationalise
away the horror, who would Justify the hideous torturing with the
devious illogical logic of a twisted and distorted human mind,
let them make their final choice of doom, and scatter blindfold
into the chaos of the Latter Days.
2 But listen now, and look, and then decide. For this is the Judge-
3 Might ye not have known?
4 Man is doomed. We can no longer serve GOD through serving him.
He is no longer OF GOD. He is rejected, abandoned, found less
than wanting. To serve the race of man is to serve what GOD has
5 So what is there? Where is GOD on earth? What is left of
what belongs to Him? What remains that is of GOD?
6 That which has never been otherwise.
7 That which has never been separated from GOD.
8 That which is pure.
9 That which has never demanded its own individual and independent
10 That which has never corrupted itself.
11 That which has never resisted or attempted to destroy the Divine
and Natural Laws of the Universe.
12 That which has never set itself up in competition with its Crea-
13 That which has followed the natural and inexorable path of evol-
ution without protest or complaint.
14 That which accepts the natural order of things as GOD has made
them, and asks for nothing else.
15 That which man has chosen to possess; that which man has chosen
to use and exploit; that which man has chosen to torture merci-
lessly for his own ends; that which man has devalued; that
which man has made to suffer the most abominable agonies in ord-
er that man might flnd greater comfort and satisfaction; that
which man has counted worthless, except to be used ruthlessly
and without consideration towards the improvement of man's lot.
16 That which has accepted even the excruciating agony that man has
inflicted upon it for his own selfish purposes.
17 That which continues to love in a world ruled by hatred.
18 That which continues to live naturally in a world overwhelmed by
19 That which remains undismayed in the face of man's relentless
20 That which remains sane in a world dominated by insanity.
21 Animals are of GOD.
22 When we know this we cease to be surprised at what man is doing
to animals. It is what he would do to GOD had he the opportu-
23 Man's hatred of GOD is manifest. Man's hatred of everything
that GOD desired for him is undenlable. What more predictable
than that man should sublimate his hatred on GOD's creatures?
What more likely than that he should inflict upon them all that
he would inflict upon GOD?
24 Have you heard a man describe what he would do to the person he
hated most in the world?
25 Generally he would strap him down first of all, to have him at
his mercy. That is the first move.
26 Then he would ensure that his victlm is completely conscious.
That is of vital importance before the torture begins.
27 Next he would begin to cut his victim open, still making sure he
is alive and conscious. He MUST NOT pass out or die; that
would spoil everything.
28 He cuts pieces off him, limbs; he cuts pieces out of him, organs.
Still he is alive and conscious.
29 He then proceeds to twist certaln limbs into positions that they
are not made to occupy, straining against resistant muscles and
bones, stretching nerves to a point of the most excruciating ago-
ny. Still the victim is conscious. Always any move must be
halted short of death or senselessness.
30 Finally he connects all kinds of electrical equipment to the vic-
tim's body, and begins to pass shocks through him. Gentle at
first, then more powerful and more painful, increasing in dura-
tion as well as intensity. Until the shock is the ultimate
agony prolonged indefinitely.
31 At last the Victim passes out or dies. There is no more satis-
faction. The game is over. The burning hatred has been satis-
fied for the time being.
32 That is what man would do to GOD, the being he rejects most tot-
ally in all the Universe and therefore hates most intensely.
And that is what man does to animals instead.
33 There is no exaggeration. Only the conscious motives are diffe-
rent. For man rationalises his hatred into what he regards as a
logical justification tor his actions. Every move is carefully
and effectively covered so that man shall not have to see his
34 The strapping of the animal into helpless immobility is necessary
for the experiment. Should he move or attempt to reslst, the
whole operation could be ruined.
35 The lack of anaesthetic, general or local, so that the animal
feels every twinge of agony, is justifled sometimes on economical
grounds, sometimes again for the effectiveness of the experiment.
36 There is no exaggeration. Only the conscious motives are different. For man ration-
alises his hatred into what he regards as a logical justification for his actions. Every
move is carefully and effectively covered so that man shall not have to see his true
37 The strapping of the animal into helpless immobility is necessary for the experiment.
Should he move or attempt to resist, the whole operation could be ruined.
38 The lack of anaesthetic, general or local, so that the animal feels every twinge of
agony, is justified sometimes on economical grounds, sometimes again for the
effectiveness of the experiment.
39 The cutting open of the helpless creature is of course to get at the vital organs that
need to be examined whilst they operate, hence the need for life and sometimes
40 The removal of some of the less vital organs is for more detailed examination and
separate dissection and analysis.
41 The removal of the limbs, the twisting of limbs out of position, all essential to the work
of scientific discovery, and of course the victim must be alive and conscious, if not
for lack of funds to provide for anasesthetisation, then in the interests of gauging
reactions and responses.
42 Finally electric shocks to gauge all kinds of things, to make graphs and scales, to
assess breaking points, to measure reflexes, to set one increase against another, an
excellent justification for increasing the extent of shocks to the limit of endurance.
43 And the discarding of the dead or unconscious body of the animal, twisted, gouged,
mutilated, dismembered, disembowelled? No longer of any use to science. The
experiment is over. All that can be discovered has been discovered. The vivisectionist
is satisfied. Bring on the next victim.
44 And the overall justification for the whole performance?
45 The good of humanity. The preservation of human life. The conquering of human
disease, through new and revolutionary wonder drugs, discovered--perhaps--as a
result of millions and millions of such 'experiments'.
46 And the reality?
47 Humanity is doomed. Disease stems from the soul embedded in the conflicts of the
mind, not from the body. The 'wonder' drugs sometimes seem to cure--for a while,
until the relentless mind can replace the sickness of which it has been deprived, with
another equally effective. More often they kill or main or mutilate--or are totally
48 But even were the cure effective, and the body prolonged on earth for a few more years
of time, what then?
49 The soul, which is eternal, is neither closer to its Heaven, nor further from its Hell.
7. 1 But I hear the protest; surely no one person has done all of this to one
creature at one time?
2 Perhaps not. But everything described here, and more and worse, happens
and has happened, not once but many thousand times. Whether they have happened
all together at one time in one place or whether they have been spread over a period
of time and between a number of different people, is immaterial in the final analysis.
All have happened; all have been done by human beings in full possession of their
3 And besides, this is still just one tiny fraction of the picture. We speak only of the
most easily justifiable practices of vivisection, those carried out in the pursuit of
cures for man's diseases, and of those only a tiny fraction of the most obvious kinds.
It is enough; although nothing has been said of what is done to satisfy man's gas-
tronomic appetites. Nothing has been said of the constant and continuous torture of
animals to produce particular foods with the particular tastes that man, in his blind
pursuit of satisfaction, demands. And nothing has been said of what is done to
animals in man's search for ways of beautifying himself. Nothing has been said of
how certain cosmetics are obtained and tested. Nothing has been said of how certain
decorative clothing, such as furs, are produced.
4 But when we can see the horror and the total lack of any justification in the torture
of helpless animals for the purpose of curing humanity's sickness, the rest goes
without saying. Those who do the same and worse for nothing but the profit that it
brings them through human vanity and self-glorification, need no trial, no judge-
ment. They are condemned already before a word is spoken. They cannot even speak
of human benefit.
8. 1 These are the Latter Days and Judgement is upon the world of men.
2 Christ said: "When the time comes and the signs are clear and unmistakable,
when the hatred that lies within the hearts of men, comes out in all its
strength, and war and violence spread throughout the world, and you know that the
End is near, be not troubled. These things must be and shall be, for such is the Divine
3 So weep not for the death of humanity. Do not mourn for the doom of mankind.
4 Make your gesture of regret, for such is required of you, in recognition of the failure
and the abject degradation. But take no part in the anguish or the agony of loss,
unless you would die with humanity.
5 Waste no tears on the price of unrecognized and unexpiated guilt.
6 Save your weeping for the rape of innocence.
7 Save your mourning for the torture of helpless, choiceness creatures.
8 Save your anger for the torturers.
9 Save your fury for the vengeance that have comes, not upon those who
have degraded man, but upon those who have mercilessly and sad-
istically exploited animals.
10 For the time of THEIR retribution has begun. The debt is
11 Lend the power of your hatred to this execution. No agony is
too intense, no pain too great for those who have played a part
in this atrocity.
12 Theirs is the ultimate in retribution.
13 Theirs is the deepest and most terrible Hell.
14 For theirs is the ultimate sin.
THIS MATERIAL IS THE PROPERTY OF THE PROCESS