It is possible for a man, if the conditions are right, to gain deep insights into existence in a prophetic way. This path to knowledge, which does not go through studies, research or experiments, is likened to the person becoming "enlightened" or gaining access to "intuition". The knowledge obtained in this way is of a high, pure, and complete character, and these individuals are self-written teachers in the spiritual field because they can see and understand things that are hidden from the vast majority. What these individuals are experiencing is the "outcome of existence" itself.
The prerequisites required to be enlightened have to do with certain experiences that that person has made in previous lives. It is ultimately the development of everyone to experience this state. The difference between this type of understanding and when someone is referred to speculating or researching is like comparing the human comprehension with that of the animal, or as instead of just being able to weigh and measure the characteristics of a book, to actually be able to read in it. Already today there are individuals who are enlightened. Some are incarnated here on earth, while others are now permanently resident in a spiritual existence. The portal figures of the major world leagues: Buddha, Moses and Jesus in particular are spoken of in many places and with respect. Time and again in the material, the biblical Jesus returns as the model for human perfection: "We shall evolve into, like, Jesus. When we're on target, we're like him," said one respondent. Such enlightenment also has a moral dimension. People with these gifts are normally very loving. In relation to them, the followers are younger souls. However, relative to the vast majority, which do not yet embrace the new-age ideas and values, the latter are a vanguard. That people are generally unaware of, uninterested in, or even skeptical of these perspectives, is naturally in their present spiritual level.
It is possible to point out how virtually all natural or social hierarchies are rejected in the interview material. However, with one exception, it is precisely these individuals who the respondents believe are perfect people. Those who are ahead in spiritual development seem to in a way represent the older generation to the respondents. The almost unreserved esteem shown to these individuals has traits of what is commonly called idealization. By being able to recognize and understand them, the individual may also feel that he or she is sharing in their greatness. In the group of these high spirits, the Biblical Christ has a special status. He is described by the informants as one of the Church's in many ways misunderstood spiritual and moral genius.