WHAT IS BEHIND the Doppelganger Phenomenon ?!? May 27, 2011 11:44:57 GMT -5
Post by goro on May 27, 2011 11:44:57 GMT -5
I am in agreement with this perceptually. Most people don't like hearing that the practice of "communion," in which one emulates the classic drinking of the blood of the "god" and eating his "flesh" (wafers and wine acting as stand-ins) are black magic. Luciferians are at the core of the Christian religion as it is currently practiced. It's nothing like what the gnostics did and believed. Their traditions are all but gone in modern consciousness, but the very word "gnostic" is about engaging throughout your life in a direct process of "knowing" or discerning - through a combination of life experience, spiritual practices like meditation, affirmation, invocation, psychic journeying, and prayer, and comparing those experiences with other people's experiences and insights.
At some point the official Roman-inspired/bloody death and authority "church" wanted to instigate the belief that no true wisdom can be found on one's own - it all has to come from those dead texts dictated by demonic or (at the very least) messed up "gods."
So now I can't have a conversation with a "Christian" because I consider myself more of a gnostic Christian - had a spiritual awakening when I was younger while I was innocently meditating on the true nature of Jesus, asking for the truth about him. Because I wasn't raised going to church I literally had no prior assumptions about him - so I honestly just wanted to know if he was a "son of god" or someone I should worship or whatever. To my surprise, I had a very interesting and powerful vision/lucid experience in which a being whom I believe to be the real Jesus came in, showed me altruistic, happy, joyful love of the type that is very rare down here on Earth, and said very clearly "Don't worship me or anybody else. Tap into the power of Creation yourself and know that it is all loving intelligence." -- but he spoke without using words, so this is a rough translation.
Anyway, I've measured EVERYTHING against that energy as I've moved through life - tried to align with ideas and people who hold that energy or some semblance of it - and moved away from anything that degrades, humiliates, or enslaves. Which also meant becoming self-employed and not plugging into too many hierarchal/Luciferian systems because they also slime us.
There are brief bits and pieces of what I see as a shadow or tiny reflection of Jesus' energy in the New Testament, but all the rest is crap. Doesn't match his energy. Doesn't match the energy of other spiritual teachers who have come and gone and who are STILL HERE - some hidden in the indigenous and native communities, those quiet shamans who have also taught me a great deal as I've studied with various ones.
Love - prettysimple, eh? And yet it's the hardest thing there is, sometimes. I try to make love my "religion" and keep remembering what that being/Jesus showed me in such a kind, sweet, funny, and non-judgemental way. That's all the religion I need. The rest is just bells and whistles and complications and excuses and pathology and illness.
JUST MY OPINION. I do believe that with a reverent and humble and loving attitude, you can literally find "GOD" in anything -- nature, sex, relationships, money, community, service, creation, art, and yes, even the Bible - but that's more a matter of your desire to experience something grander and bigger than yourself and less an objective representation of what that thing IS. When something that claims to be a spiritual book can be used as a prop or tool or source of inspiration that genuinely leads people into health, abundance, peace, and love -- hey, that's great.
But really - how often does that happen? To me you cannot have "chosen people" or "elect" or "children of God." We're either ALL chosen or the rest is garbarge. IN MY OPINION ONLY.
Also, when you worship traditional religions you automatically plug into the entire ley line of energy that that religion has created over time - including all the killings practiced by the extremely bloody Christians, all the manipulation and arrogance of the Jews ("We're chosen, remember?" -- yeah, but who did the choosing, and doesn't he seem rather - unbalanced? ) I don't join clubs where people engage in ritual sacrifice and killing in the name of their God.
If there is an energy, entity, force, or what have you that we might say is "God,' it certainly doesnt' need blood sacrifices or worship or any of that nonsense to feel good about itself. A self-actualized being has enough self-love that the opinions of others don't matter.
So why don't these little baby insane "gods" have that piece of the puzzle? They don't.
In my opinon!