So, there I am listening to Lars Larson today and I hear him mention this scripture, Luke 22 : 36, in which Jesus says, “But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a bag; and if you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one.” This was interesting to me because it fits my historical profile of Jesus but of more concern was the word he used for “cloak”.
Cicero said, “Cedante arma, togae”. Which means that War garb must yield to the garment of Logic and Reason or the Toga. The Toga is the Greek version of the Hindu Sari and the Buddhist Kasaya. In ancient Greece, Leisure was associated with education because it had a positive connotation. They wore lose fitting garb that was comfortable and ill suited for war.
Western Civilization came from the Augur cult which inspired the body of…
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