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Friday, November 4, 2011

Some Perception On Christ vs Jesus

We need to question everything. We've been told mostly only lies. So why stay in slavery to lies? Question everything.                      

"When they don't understand mind control, they are not going to understand what's happening in their backyard or in their schools or in their churches or in politics. They need to understand how they have been totally controlled from the cradle themselves -- that most everything they have been told is a lie."

Why would someone in high spiritual advancement, glory in the gory?

What? To satisfy your lust for blood?

Because the foreign installment which don Juan talked about is alien. And when I was ignorant of it, I wondered why I enjoyed the look of blood, the colour red. I didn't have any desire to gaze at an accident, though. In fact I always walked away from a scene, never bothering to crowd round it like many others did. It was something inside me. And I could never figure it out. Until I realized what don Juan was talking about, and what David Icke was talking about.

I sense a lie out of this Jesus crucifiction story. Did someone hate spirituality so much they made a story up that they killed spirituality, through an icon called Jesus? Then what they're teaching is fear. The opposite of spirituality.

They want to so frighten humanity from loving one another, they cunningly showed a person called Jesus who had all the love there ever could be for humanity and murdered him. The subtle message in there is, whoever models this behavior will be murdered as well. Hence, spreading fear covertly. People seem frightened to love one another.

I feel the story is not true. It was all made up just like religion and taught to you like Santa Claus is force fed to little children to make them be nice instead of naughty so they get all those wonderful material gifts at christmas time.

What does it mean, Christ? Christed? I perceive it to be like a crown to a high spiritual knowing, meaning fullness, fulfillment. The Mind was meant to be used. It is the Crown on the head of Man. The Spirit is the Mind. Christed.

It's inside of you, not outside. Why do humans need kings? Because they're force fed that they are idiots and they'll be persecuted when they don't act like idiots, by the ill-uminati who created kings above them to manipulate them and make them follow like sheep to their slaughter house where the illuminati feed. They are manipulated by the 'kings' and their 'kingdoms,' to continue being slaves without thought, without questioning...blind faith they have you believe in. And so Jesus the King of the Jews.

Blood. Slaughter. Obey.

O.K.? Don't obey. Think for yourselves as well. Don't take my ideas for your answers. Find  your own.


They like to create drama in which to immerse the human mind in, so that it forgets itself and becomes a slave to the promptings they lay at your face. They work both sides and make you to think they are only on one side...whichever side that is to you, well that's just fine, as long as you never figure out they work both sides to keep your energy level where they can feed off it. For example, from Michael Tsarion's book:

"In the ancient Ramayana, there is mention of an iron thunderbolt capable of killing hundreds of thousands
of humans. It was also said to be so powerful that it could have destroyed the Earth. These weapons could only be used by royal decree. There are even passages where it mentions the fact that the weapon was used as retaliation for the other side using it first."

Revenge is not Christ-like. It's a low form of energy. When one masters oneself, they don't need to use revenge. Hence, the aliens are fighting each other and trying to teach man that it's perfectly alright. Bloodshed and more blind bloodshed.

From "The Active Side Of Infinity," don Juan teaches that they stimulate dramas in your life so you respond with full negative energy, on which they feed:

"He said that the glowing coat of awareness was what the predators consumed, and when a human being reached adulthood, all that was left of that glowing coat of awareness was a narrow fringe that went from the ground to the top of the toes. That fringe permitted mankind to continue living, but only barely.

As though I had been in a dream, I heard don Juan Matus explaining, to his knowledge, man was the only species that had the glowing coat of awareness outside that luminous cocoon. Therefore, he became easy prey for an awareness of a different order, such as the heavy awareness of the predator.

He then made the most damaging statement he had made so far. He said that this narrow fringe of awareness was the epicenter of self-reflection where man was irremediably caught. By playing on our self-reflection, which is the only point of awareness left to us, the predators create flares of awareness that they proceed to consume in a ruthless, predatory fashion. They give us inane problems that force those flares of awareness to rise, and in this manner they keep us alive in order for them to be fed with the energetic flare of our pseudoconcerns."

They feed on man's energy, as well as his flesh and blood.
U Know?

A second thing I noticed is, there is nothing TO die for. Unless you're glorifying death and misleading humans into perceiving death is the only way, so you can be master over them and feed off them, of course. When the Mother-Father visited humans in their prisons, ie, their physical bodies, she told them the way back from where they came is the same way they first got here. Jesus on the cross is MEANT to deceive you to keep you prisoner here. How does that story deceive you? It makes your mind dependent on someone else, who doesn't have the answer. Only you have the answer and it is inside you, not outside you. There are no teachers or rulers or kings like the so-called Jesus of the bible that will save you. It is up to you to look UP. Find out who you are and remember where you originally came from. Don Juan spoke of the luminous being that we all are. That's a good start.

"You're very well loved, remember that." This is a message I've been given to tell you.

In Stevan Davies translation, in:              "The Providence Hymn"

I am the Providence of everything.
I became like my own human children.

I existed from the first.
I walked down every possible road.

I am the wealth of the light.
I am the remembering of the fullness.

I walked into the place of greatest darkness and on down.
I entered the central part of the prison. 

The foundations of chaos quaked. 

I hid because of their evil.
            They did not recognize me. 

I came down a second time
            continuing on. 

I emerged from among those of light
I am the remembering of Providence 

I entered the middle of darkness,
            The inner part of the underworld
            To pursue my mission.

The foundations of chaos quaked.
            Threatening to collapse upon all who were there
            And utterly destroy them 

I soared upward again
            To my roots in light
            So as not to destroy them all yet. 

I descended a third time.

I am light
I am dwelling in light
I am the remembering of Providence 

I entered the midst of darkness
I came to the deepest part of the underworld. 

I let my face light up
            Thinking of the end of their time
I entered their prison
            The body is that prison 

I cried out:
            “Anyone who hears,
              Rise up from your deep sleep!” 

And the sleeping one awoke and wept
            Wiping bitter tears saying
            “Who calls me?”
            “Where has my hope come from
                          As I lie in the depths of this prison?” 

“I am the Providence of pure light,” I replied,
“I am the thought of the Virgin Spirit
            Raising you up to an honored place.
            Rise up!
Remember what you have heard.
            Trace back your roots
To me.
            The merciful one.
Guard against the poverty demons.
Guard against the chaos demons.
Guard against all who would bind you.
            Stay awake!
            Rise out of the depths of the underworld! 

I raised him up
I sealed him with the light/water of the five seals.
Death had no power over him ever again. 

I ascend again to the perfect realm.
I completed everything and you have heard it.”


"Guard against all who would bind you."
What did they do to Jesus on the cross? They bound him.
Wake up. Listen to Mother-Father who is the thought of the Virgin Spirit. Unbind yourselves.

Here is an excerp from Michael Tsarions book "Atlantis, Alien Visitation, and Genetic Manipulation," from chapter ten. Link to pdf book is in "Question Everything!

"We are told by the religions that man has two natures, good and evil. One is then compelled to ask why God would instill such propensities in his own creations who are made in his image?

We read that God created man and woman. This implies that God is not man or woman “himself.” Yet, consistently, the post-diluvian religions all over the globe, constantly depicted and referred to God as male? They do this even when, in the case of Hebrew, the name for deity is of feminine gender.

We are told that man was not originally evil. He became that way after the disobedience of Eve in the Garden. Why would God create something born in his image and then deny him some aspect of knowledge and then even banish him from paradise after it had been received?

We must also ask why God would condemn his creations for something that was not a conscious transgression? Why the tests imposed on those who must already be innocent in nature?

Then we are told that the parents sinned, only after they fell under the influence of the evil one, Satan. So we ask, why would God allow his newly created beings to be in the proximity of this “evil one?”

Who created the serpent?

~Nowhere in the Genesis account is there any mention, direct or indirect, of Satan’s involvement, and yet it has become common practice for the Church to portray the serpent as anemissary of  Satan, or even as Satan himself. (Laurence Gardener)

Why would God himself know evil, before man was even created, unless God had already brought evil into the world?

Why, as we read in the Book of Job, would God give Satan, a being that cannot be trusted, the right to test Job? Why would God not already know whether Job was a true servant or not. Is there a limit to the omnipresence of Jehovah?

One cannot also conceive of the reason for the existence of any being, like Satan, who has no good in him at all. What would be the point of creating such a being, or in sending him to test those who themselves must be morally pure?

If Satan could even have the ability to aspire toward supreme Godhead, and if there are hierarchies of angels, etc., then perhaps God can indeed be surpassed? What are we to make of this?

We find that Jehovah told a lie. Eve did eat of the prohibited “tree,” but did not, as was warned, die. So how and why would a God that puts such currency in morality tell lies?

God promised Noah after the Flood that he would never visit the world with like calamity again...but there have been innumerable devastations unleashed on earth, which taken together would rival and even surpass the horror and death-toll of a prehistoric aeon.

Why does God create mankind and then lamenting his great evil nature proceed to destroy all his creations? Why not confine the act to mankind alone? And would it not have been simpler to create man and, thereafter, not expose him to sin?

If it is true, as the Bible declares and theologians state that the “sin” involved Adam and Eve being made conscious of their “nakedness,” does this mean that God and the Serpent and the others that were around were clothed?

We read that Cain after slaying Abel is banished forever by the Lord, but is then endowed with the “mark” to prevent anyone from slaying him. But why would the Lord want Cain’s life spared?

How would anyone know Cain’s past deeds and want to kill him?

And how could any “mark” matter one way or another?

Is there a mark that denotes that one has committed fratricide? And furthermore, who would be in the
position to kill Cain, since he and his parents were, supposedly, the only beings alive in Creation?

We read that when Moses encounters Jehovah at the “Burning Bush” God tells his prophet that He is the “God of Thy Fathers.” How can this be? And what does it mean?

Moreover, why does Moses ask to know God’s name, if the “Chosen People,” the Israelites, already knew it?

Among the many Commandments that were levied by Jehovah was one categorically forbidding “magical” practices by any of the “Chosen.” Why, in this case, were Moses and Aaron doing the “rod and snake” trick in front of the Pharaoh and his priests?

Where do the exceptions begin and end?

Why does Jehovah, who commissioned Moses to secure the freedom of the “Chosen People,” then continually “harden Pharaoh’s heart” to prevent their easy release? Does this not smack more of human politics?

Why is it that we read of Jesus experiencing Baptism from John? Why would the sinless son of God need to go through a ritual that is reserved for the sinners seeking repentance and conversion?

Jesus openly rebuked all public prayer. So why was this made the staple thing in later Christianity?

There is no precedence for celibacy in the Bible, so why did this become vogue in Christianity?

And what of the character of Jesus?

We are told that he is the embodiment of love,compassion, and forgiveness. But we read of him turning over tables, talking about bringing a sword rather than peace, and stating in Luke: But those mine enemies which would not that I reign over them, bring hither and slay before me...
And regarding the mission, destiny, and message of Christ, why would God send his son, a pure soul, into the so-called vale of death to rise again from that state back to the godhead that he already once enjoyed?

Was this necessary for the simple transmission of a spiritual message?

What would be the purpose of such an exercise?

What does it say about the omnipotence of the God of the Testaments?

If paradise could be lost once and then regained, what is to prevent the scenario repeating ad infinitum?

And what of the character of Yahweh (Jehovah)? Is there not inconsistency there also?

If he, Jehovah, is in reality the only God or the only real God, then why the constant remonstrations about worshipping other gods? What would Jehovah have to fear?

Is it the free will of people that is remonstrated against?

According to conventional interpretations, does he not banish Satan and human sinners to perpetual agony in hell?

Satan could not be the creator of hell, for nowhere does it say that he was, and if he was, why would he stay in it?

Is Jehovah not the creator of both evil and hell? Nowhere in the text does it state the contrary. And if God is good, why send any of his creations to everlasting perdition for any reason?

Why not just destroy that entity, since, according to Genesis, this is what was done to the first creation. Surely, this would be less misery to the wretch. God condemns eternally and his mortal creations suffer interminably for the slightest moral deviation or infraction?

So we ask, who is evil, the one who acts it out, or the one who created the propensity in the first place?

Does it not seem strange that the God who promised to take care of all his people and never bring another deluge would be so conspicuously absent during all the subsequent horrors of history?

So it goes on and on throughout the Bible text. No wonder that Pliny the Younger when asked by the Emperor Trajan about Christianity replied that it was a:

~...degenerate sort of cult taken to extravagant lengths.

~I do not believe in the creed professed by the Jewish church, by the Roman church, by the
Greek church, by the Turkish church, by the Protestant church, nor by any church that I
know of... Each of those churches accuse the other of unbelief; and for my own part, I disbelieve
them all. (Thomas Paine)

~I have examined all the known superstitions of the world, and I do not find in our particular
superstition of Christianity one redeeming feature. They are all alike founded on fables and
mythology. Millions of innocent men, women and children, since the introduction of Christianity,
have been burnt, tortured, fined and imprisoned. What has been the effect of this
coercion? To make one-half the world fools and the other half hypocrites; to support roguery
and error all over the earth. (Thomas Jefferson)

~The clergy converted the simple teachings of Jesus into an engine for enslaving mankind and
adulterated by artificial constructions into a contrivance to filch wealth and power to themselves...
these clergy, in fact, constitute the real Anti-Christ. (Thomas Jefferson)

~What influence in fact have Christian ecclesiastical establishments had on civil society? In
many instances they have been upholding the thrones of political tyranny. In no instance
have they been seen as the guardians of the liberties of the people. Rulers who wished to subvert
the public liberty have found in the clergy convenient auxiliaries. A just government,
instituted to secure and perpetuate liberty, does not need the clergy.
(President James Madison)

Here are some excerpts from a gnostic writing called:

"The foolish - thinking in their heart that when they confess, "We are Christians," in word only (but) not with power, while giving themselves over to ignorance, to a human death, not knowing where they are going nor who Christ is, thinking that they will live, when they are (really) in error - hasten towards the principalities and authorities. They fall into their clutches because of the ignorance that is in them. For when only words which bear testimony were effecting salvation, the whole world would endure this thing and would be saved. But it is in this way that they drew error to themselves. ...
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... they do not know that they will destroy themselves. When the Father were to desire a human sacrifice, he would become vainglorious."

"... he stood [...] they asked what they have been bound with, and how they might properly release themselves. And they came to know themselves, who they are, or rather, where they are now, and what is the place in which they will rest from their senselessness, arriving at knowledge. These Christ will transfer to the heights, since they have renounced foolishness (and have) advanced to knowledge. And those who have knowledge ..."

"Do not expect, therefore, the carnal resurrection, which is destruction; and they are not stripped of it (the flesh) who err in expecting a resurrection that is empty. They do not know the power of God, nor do they understand the interpretation of the scriptures, on account of their double-mindedness. The mystery which the Son of Man spoke about, [...], in order that [...] destroy ..."

"Those who receive him to themselves with uprightness and power and every knowledge are the ones whom he will transfer to the heights, unto life eternal.
But those who receive him to themselves with ignorance, the pleasures which are defiled prevail over them. It is those people who used to say; "God created members for our use, for us to grow in defilement, in order that we might enjoy ourselves." And they cause God to participate with them in deeds of this sort; and they are not steadfast upon the earth. Nor will they reach heaven, but [...]"

"No one knows the God of truth except solely the man who will forsake all of the things of the world, having renounced the whole place, (and) having grasped the fringe of his garment. He has set himself up as a power; he has subdued desire in every way within himself. He has [...] and he has turned to him [...], having also examined [...] in becoming [...] the mind. And he [...] from his soul [...] there [...] he has ...
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... in what way [...] the flesh which [...] in what way [...] out of it, and how many powers does he have? And who is the one who has bound him? And who is the one who will loose him? And what is the light? And what is the darkness? And who is the one who has created the earth? And who is God? And who are the angels? And what is soul? And what is spirit? And where is the voice? And who is the one who speaks? And who is the one who hears? Who is the one who gives pain? And who is the one who suffers? And who is it who has begotten the corruptible flesh? And what is the governance? And why are some lame, and some blind, and some [...], and some [...], and some rich, and some poor? And why are some powerless, some brigands? ...
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... he having [...] as he again [...], fighting against thoughts of the archons and the powers and the demons, not giving them a place in which to rest. But he struggled against their passions [...], he condemned their error. He cleansed his soul from the transgressions which he had committed with an alien hand. He stood up, being upright within himself, because he exists in everyone, and because he has death and life within himself, and he exists in the midst of both of them. And when he had received the power, he turned towards the parts of the right, and he entered into the truth, having forsaken all things pertaining to the left, having been filled with wisdom, with counsel, with understanding, and with insight and an eternal power. And he broke open his bonds. Those who had formed the whole place, he condemned. But they did not find [...] hidden within him.

And he gave command to himself; he began to know himself and to speak with his mind, which is the father of the truth, concerning the unbegotten aeons, and concerning the virgin who brought forth the light. And he thinks about the power which flowed over the whole place, and which takes hold of him. And he is a disciple of his mind, which is male. He began to keep silent within himself until the day when he should become worthy to be received above. He rejects for himself loquacity and disputations, and he endures the whole place; and he bears up under them, and he endures all of the evil things. And he is patient with every one; he makes himself equal to every one, and he also separates himself from them. And that which someone wants, he brings to him, in order that he might become perfect (and) holy. When the [...], he grasped him, having bound him upon [...], and he was filled with wisdom. He bore witness to the truth [...] the power, and he went into Imperishability, the place whence he came forth, having left the world, which has the appearance of the night, and those that whirl the stars in it. This, therefore, is the true testimony: When man comes to know himself and God, who is over the truth, he will be saved, and he will crown himself with the crown unfading."

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