Temple of Melchizedek

dedicated to the promotion of peace

becoming a priest

Become a fully ordained priest and minister of peace after the Order of Melchizedek. Follow the ancient path of Yeshua who was so ordained in this most ancient and sovereign order and learn the true teachings of the Nazareans. Set foot on this life altering and enlightening path.

Becoming a priest After The order of Melchizedek

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The Melchizedek priest is an ambassador of Salem or peace.  The priesthood is something that is expressed in daily life, the priest is not necessarily a minister or preacher but is rather much more a teacher of solid principals which foster peace in the world including internal peace and health.  The Melchizedek priest teaches freedom from fear based doctrine and dogma and helps foster enlightenment, awareness expansion and ascension of mind body and spirit. Even though the Melchizedek priesthood does not teach strict doctrines and dogma, it seeks to follow the Nazarean way which is a simple fair minded code which teaches equality, fairness and chivalry among others which were the doctrines of King Yeshua who was as well a Nazarean and a priest after the Order of Melchizedek .  In Hebrews 6:19 through 8:13 The priesthood of Yeshua ( Jesus ) after the Order Of Melchizedek is legitimated.

Who Is Melchizedek?

Melchizedek was the ancient King of the area now known as Jerusalem.  The Title Melchizedek is comprised of two words Melechi meaning My king and Tzedeq meaning righteous.  Together this is loosely interpreted as My King Is Righteous or My Righteous King.  In Hebrews 7:1 to 3 we read "For this Melchisedec, king of Salem, priest of the most high, who met Abraham returning from the battle of the Kings, and blessed him; To whom also Abraham gave a tenth part of all; first by interpretation King of Righteousness, and after that also king of Salem, which is, King of peace; Without father, without mother, without descent, having neither beginning of days nor end of life; but made like the Son of God; abideth as a priest for ever."

Ordination Curriculum

The Melchizedek curriculum is comprised of a number of very in-depth and exciting classes ranging from one to two days each.  The classes are offered either as an intensive that takes 10 days or as single class dates offered once per month until finished.  The Melchizedek curriculum is designed to free the student from limiting fear based dogmas while fostering expansion of awareness.  The classes also uncover the thread of Melchizedek teachings and their origins and follow this thread throughout history showing how they eventually became the Grail Code.  Additionally these exciting classes reveal an entire alternate possibility to much that we have been taught and even to history itself.  And finally the initiate learns the techniques both ancient and modern, for taking advantage of our most precious gift, The Law of Attraction and Manifestation by which all things are possible.  


Doctrines

The Order of Melchizedek teaches no dogmatic doctrines and does not require an initiate to believe any certain thing in order to become a priest.  The Order does however expect priests not to teach or pass on fear based or limiting dogmas or doctrines which may limit growth and or ascension.  T.O.M. is and always has been an interfaith group believing in many paths to the divine.  The priest is expected to pass on the concepts of holy peace as an ambassador of peace.  The concept of peace transcends mind body spirit and society.  Lastly the priest is expected to speak the heart felt truth as he/she believes it to be.  The Order of Melchizedek asks priests to agree with and seek to follow The Nazarean Code of ethics and the Precepts of Priesthood which will be taught in temple class.

Nazarean Code

Non affiliated priestly service
Equality
Fellowship / Fraternity
Chivalry
Justice/fairness
Balance
 The Golden Rule
Honesty
Honor
Peace and love 

Precepts of Priesthood

Responsibility
consideration
conscientiousness
Betterment
Awareness
Ascension
Health
Love
Help
Peace