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Origins of Western Philosophy, Rabbi Ba’al Shivah

A huge help in putting together my theories was the work of Okko Behrends.  What I do is I look for the movement of ideas, words, philosophies, processes, practices (praxis) from one culture to another over time.  These create rhetorical tautologies or identical patterns.  Some cultures adopt and keep those patterns because of an affinity and others do not.

Frankly I think that the Augur’s of Pre-Greek Minoan cult were originally from India and in India I believe they were called the Aghori.

The Aghori (Sanskrit: अघोरaghōra)[2] are asceticShaivasadhus.

The Aghori in Shaivism.

The Aghori are known to engage in post-mortem rituals. They often dwell in charnel grounds, have been witnessed smearing cremationashes on their bodies, and have been known to use bones from human corpses for crafting skull bowls (which Shiva and other Hindu deities are often iconically depicted holding or using) and jewelry. Due to their practices that are contradictory to orthodox Hinduism, they are generally opposed.[3][4]

Many Aghori gurus command great reverence from rural populations as they are supposed to possess healing powers gained through their intensely eremitic rites and practices of renunciation and tápasya. They are also known to meditate and perform worship in haunted houses.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aghori

8 minutes in Behrend’s defines Auctoritatus as a form of authority not based on force but based on reason, what I refer to as Sapiential Authority.

In ancient Rome, Auctoritas referred to the general level of prestige a person had in Roman society, and, as a consequence, his clout, influence, and ability to rally support around his will. Auctoritas was not merely political, however; it had a numinous content and symbolized the mysterious “power of command” of heroic Roman figures.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auctoritas#Auctoritas_principis

28When Jesus had finished saying these things, the crowds were amazed at his teaching, 29because he taught as one who had authority, and not as their teachers of the law.  Matthew 7

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44 minutes okko quotes cicero

Auctoritas is determined by it’s good results and it’s success and by the merit of reason.  The High priest of the Augure’s didn’t create the law, he didn’t manufacture it, he expounded the law that already existed in the universe the Law that governed success.  They were readers of omens, signs, and portents.

The augur was a priest and official in the classical world, especially ancient Rome and Etruria. His main role was the practice of augury, interpreting the will of the gods by studying the flight of birds: whether they are flying in groups or alone, what noises they make as they fly, direction of flight and what kind of birds they are. This was known as “taking the auspices.” The ceremony and function of the augur was central to any major undertaking in Roman society—public or private—including matters of war, commerce, and religion.

The Roman historian Livy stresses the importance of the augurs: “Who does not know that this city was founded only after taking the auspices, that everything in war and in peace, at home and abroad, was done only after taking the auspices?”[1]  

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It was also antithetical to tyranny. At 14 minutes tyranny = kingship.  The Augur, much like the president is supposed to be, (I am glaring at you Obama) is not above the law, they are also under the law.  This isn’t from Okko Behrends, but notice how to Remus was not chosen as the first king of Rome because he lived on Aventine hill which was full of “inauspicious birds”.  The reason the birds were present was because Aventine hill was used for the disposal of garbage and dead bodies, remember if you will that the Aghori also live in grave yards.

Roman augurs were part of a collegium of priests who shared the duties and responsibilities of the position. At the foundation of the Republic in 510 BC, the patricians held sole claim to this office.

Augury sought the divine will regarding any proposed course of action which might affect Rome’s pax, fortuna and salus (peace, good fortune and wellbeing).[2] Political, military and civil actions were sanctioned by augury, historically performed by priests of the college of augurs and by haruspices on behalf of senior magistrates.

According to Cicero, the auctoritas of ius augurum included the right to adjourn and overturn the process of law: consular election could be – and was – rendered invalid by inaugural error. For Cicero, this made the augur the most powerful authority in the Republic.

In ancient Rome the auguria were considered to be in equilibrium with the sacra (“sacred things” or “rites”) and were not the only way by which the gods made their will known. The augures publici (public augurs) concerned themselves only with matters related to the state.

The jus augurale (augural law) was rigorously secret, therefore very little about the technical aspects of ceremonies and rituals has been recorded.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augur

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If you examine the Vigyan Bhairav Tantra you will find that the deep intimate conversation between Shiva and Shakti about the nature of reality becomes the basis of philosophical and scientific reasoning.  It became the Sohbet of Rumi and Shams and before that it was the intimate conversations that Jesus had with his disciples and before that it was the discussion of the Rabbi’s discussing Torah, or the law of the universe among themselves.

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This became the Parrhesia of the ancient Greeks:

Reason is the capacity for consciously making sense of things, applying logic, establishing and verifying facts, and changing or justifying practices, institutions, andbeliefs based on new or existing information.[1] It is closely associated with such characteristically human activities as philosophy, science, language, mathematics, and art, and is normally considered[by whom?] to be a definitive characteristic of human nature.[2] The concept of reason is sometimes referred to as rationality and sometimes as discursive reason, in opposition to intuitive reason.[3]

The field of logic studies ways in which human beings reason through argument.[6]

  • The original Greek term was “λόγος”logos, the root of the modern English word “logic” but also a word which could mean for example “speech” or “explanation” or an “account” (of money handled).[7]
  • As a philosophical term logos was translated in its non-linguistic senses in Latin as ratio. This was originally not just a translation used for philosophy, but was also commonly a translation for logos in the sense of an account of money.[8]  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reason

In rhetoric, parrhesia is a figure of speech described as: to speak candidly or to ask forgiveness for so speaking.[1] There are three different forms of parrhesia. Parrhesia is its nominal form, is translated from Latin to English meaning “free speech”. Parrhesiazomai in its verbal form is to use parrhesia, and parrhesiastes is the one who uses parrhesia for example “one who speaks the truth”. [2] The term parrhesia first appears in Greek literature in Euripides and can be found and used in ancient Greek texts all throughout the end of the fourth century and during fifth century A.D. [3] The term is borrowed from the Greek παρρησία (πᾶν “all” and ῥῆσις “utterance, speech”) meaning literally “to speak everything” and by extension “to speak freely,” “to speak boldly,” or “boldness.” It implies not only freedom of speech, but the obligation to speak the truth for the common good, even at personal risk.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parrhesia

and that became the sciences, the logy’s, or the logic of, teleology, biology, psychology, ecology, geology, etc.  Each logy would have a guru or teacher that specialized in that subject.  The entire western civilization evolved out of this process as well as the Western brain and the way western people think in general.  Our separation of powers, our checks and balances in the government, our sense of propriety, all of them came from the same place.

27 minutes: The name Augustus was chosen by Octavian chose the name Augustus the name of the High Priest of the Augure’s instead of the name Romulus the first king of Rome, he chose between the two names.

‘In my sixth and seventh consulships [28-27 BC], after I had extinguished civil wars, and at a time when with universal consent I was in complete control of affairs, I transferred the republic from my power to the dominion of the senate and people of Rome…After this time I excelled all in influence [auctoritas], although I possessed no more official power [potestas] than others who were my colleagues in the several magistracies.’ (Res Gestae Divi Augusti 34.1-3)[[1]]

46 minutes, the separation of powers, the leader can assume command of the military upon leaving the polis, but upon entering the polis must relinquish control of the millitary, (a legitimate leader must never use the military against his people).

Compare that with what President Obama recently did, is he giving power back to the people of the united states?  Is he more like Augustus or Julius Caesar?

In the exact sense, a tyrant is an individual who arrogates to himself the royal authority without having a right to it. This is how the Greeks understood the word ‘tyrant’: they applied it indifferently to good and bad princes whose authority was not legitimate. [Rousseau, “The Social Contract”]  http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=tyrant

In a commentary of Oedipus I once read the author argued that Oedipus Rex should rightly have been called Oedipus Tyrannous because the original term didn’t have a negative meaning, it just meant popular ruler, Julius Caesar was very popular, he also was a usurper of the law.

PREEMPTIVE ARGUMENTS FOR THE HATERS

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You are about to use the moving the goal fallacy with yourself as the goal and we are going to have an argument of infinite regress where you refuse to believe what I have just told you no matter how often I support it with facts.  You are not a linguisitic philosopher, an analytical philosopher or a philologist, I am.  Moreover, I am correct.

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The Symbols above is known as the hamsa, it originated in India and was associated with the Jains, who were the Janis mentioned in the story of Moses.  The name comes from the Hindu concept of Harmlessness known as Ahimsa, notice the similar phonology?

Ahimsa (Sanskrit: अहिंसा; IAST: ahiṃsā, Pāli:[1]avihiṃsā) is a term meaning ‘not to injure’. The word is derived from the Sanskrit root hiṃs – to strike; hiṃsā is injury or harm, a-hiṃsā is the opposite of this, i.e. cause no injury, do no harm.[2][3] Ahimsa is also referred to as nonviolence, and it applies to all living beings – including all animals – according to many Indian religions.[4]  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahimsa

The word itself derives from So Ham the inbreaths and outbreaths of Brahma if you are familiar with my work you know that I believe that Abraham and Brahma are one and the same, I am not the first or the only person who believes this.

Soham (सो ऽहम्so ‘ham[1]) is the Sanskrit for “I am He/That”. (See also: Tat Tvam Asi.)

When it applies to a person’s name, according to Vedic philosophy it means identifying oneself with the universe or ultimate reality. Some say that when a child is born it cries Koham-Koham which means Who am I? That is when the universe replies back Soham. You are the same as I am. It also stems from the Sanskrit word which means, “self pride.”

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“May [God] bless the lads, and let them carry my name, along with the name of my fathers, Abraham and Isaac. May they increase like fish in the land.” (Gen. 48:16)

The Talmud (Berachot 55b) explains that Joseph shared a special quality with fish:

“The fish in the waters are concealed by the water, and thus not susceptible to the Evil Eye. So too, the descendants of Joseph are not susceptible to the Evil Eye.” http://ravkooktorah.org/VAYEHI59.htm

Kabbalists such as myself know that “water” is a metaphor for Torah which is synonymous with the law of the Universe that is studied by rabbis, and augurs, and expounded.  Fish live in the water, so this zen like koan, which is so paradoxical is saying that the philosophers, the rational people need to be increased.  It is these philosophers who are protected from the evil eye.

The nounkohen is used in the Torah to refer to priests, both Jewish and non-Jewish, such as the Jewish nation as a whole,[1] as well as the priests (Hebrewkohanim) of Baal (2 Kings 10:19).

The Hebrew noun kohen is most often translated as “priest”, whether Jewish or pagan, such as the priests of Baal or Dagon, though Christian priests are referred to in Hebrew by the term komer (Hebrew כומר). The word derives from a Semitic root common, at minimum, to the Central Semitic languages; the cognateArabic wordكاهنkāhin means “soothsayer, augur, or priest“.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kohen

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The Blue Star Kachina

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In Hopi mythologythe Blue Star Kachina or Saquasohuh, is a kachina or spirit, that will signify the coming of the beginning of the new world by appearing in the form of a blue star. The Blue Star Kachina is said to be the ninth and final sign before the “Day of Purification”, described as a catastrophe or a “world engulfing cataclysm” that will lead to the purification of planet Earth.[1] 

The Signs of Destruction[edit]

Nine signs of destruction were described by White Feather, a Hopi elder, to Bob Frissell in 1958. These signs were later recorded in Frissell’s book, Something in this Book is True:[5]

This is the First Sign: We are told of the coming of the white-skinned men, like Pahana, but not living like Pahana, men who took the land that was not theirs. And men who struck their enemies with thunder.

This is the Second Sign: Our lands will see the coming of spinning wheels filled with voices. In his youth, my father saw this prophecy come true with his eyes.

This is the Third Sign: A strange beast like a buffalo but with great long horns, will overrun the land in large numbers. These White Feather saw with his eyes.

This is the Fourth Sign: The land will be crossed by snakes of iron.

This is the Fifth Sign: The land shall be crisscrossed by a giant spider’s web.

This is the Sixth sign: The land shall be crisscrossed with rivers of stone that make pictures in the sun.

This is the Seventh Sign: You will hear of the sea turning black, and many living things dying because of it.

This is the Eighth Sign: You will see many youth, who wear their hair long like my people, come and join the tribal nations, to learn their ways and wisdom.

Some[who?] believe that these eight signs foreshadowing the end of the world have largely been fulfilled and are references to past events. The First Sign is said to be a reference to the arrival of Europeans in North America, while the Second is said to be a reference to the wagon and the exploration of North America by white men. Signs Three, Four and Five are said to signify the arrival of cattle, the construction of the railroad and the proliferation of telephone lines, respectively.[6]

The final sign[edit]

The ninth and final sign of destruction is described by White Feather as, “You will hear of a dwelling-place in the heavens, above the earth, that shall fall with a great crash. It will appear as a blue star. Very soon after this, the ceremonies of my people will cease.”.[6] This idea of the Blue Star Kachina marking the end of all Hopi rituals is reflected in Waters’ book, Book of the Hopi, in which he states, “The end of all Hopi ceremonialism will come when a kachina removes his mask during a dance in the plaza before uninitiated children.[7]” This absence of Hopi ceremonialism will coincide with the destruction of the Fourth World. Waters suggested that World War III will begin and the United States will be ripped apart by war, leaving only the Hopis and their homeland intact. The war of the end of the world is described[by whom?] as “a spiritual conflict with material matters [7]“.

According to Hopi prophecy (as reported by Waters), shortly after the Blue Star Kachina is visible to all and the Day of Purification is realized, the True White Brother will come to earth in search of Hopi “who steadfastly adhere to their ancient teachings.”[8] It is said that if the True White Brother is successful in finding those who still follow the true Hopi way of life, the world will be created anew and all the faithful will be saved from destruction. However, the Hopi mythology also details an alternate version of the prophecy, one in which the True White Brother fails in his mission and is unable to find uncorrupted men and women. Then it is said that the earth will be completely destroyed and none will be spared.[8]

For those of you that know me and are familiar with what I do I am just going to make the connections for you.  I don’t really have a lot to say on this particular blog, you either see the connections or you don’t.

kachina (/kəˈnə/; also katchinakatcina, or katsinaHopikatsina /kətˈsiːnə/, plural katsinim /kətˈsiːnɨm/) is a spirit being in western Pueblo cosmology and religious practices.[1]

Kachinas are spirits or personifications of things in the real world. A kachina can represent anything in the natural world or cosmos, from a revered ancestor to an element, a location, a quality, a natural phenomenon, or a concept. There are more than 400 different kachinas in Hopi and Pueblo culture

Notice the need for PATRILINEAL descent in a JEWISH culture which is matrilineal.

Kohen or Cohen (or KohainHebrew: כֹּהֵן, “priest”, pl. כֹּהֲנִים Kohanim) is the Hebrew word for priest. Jewish Kohanim are traditionally believed and halachically required to be of direct patrilineal descent from the Biblical Aaron.

During the existence of the Temple in Jerusalem, Kohanim performed the daily and holiday (Yom Tov) duties of sacrificial offerings. Today kohanim retain a lesser though distinct status within Judaism, and are bound by additional restrictions according toOrthodox Judaism.

 

The noun kohen is used in the Torah to refer to priests, both Jewish and non-Jewish, such as the Jewish nation as a whole,[1] as well as the priests (Hebrew kohanim) of Baal (2Kings 10:19).

The Hebrew noun kohen is most often translated as “priest”, whether Jewish or pagan, such as the priests of Baal or Dagon, though Christian priests are referred to in Hebrew by the term komer (Hebrew כומר). The word derives from a Semitic root common, at minimum, to the Central Semitic languages; the cognate Arabic word كاهن kāhin means “soothsayeraugur, or priest“.

Translations in the paraphrase of the Aramaic Targumic interpretations include “friend” in Targum Yonathan to 2 Kings 10:11, “master” in Targum to Amos 7:10, and “minister” inMechilta to Parshah Jethro, Exodus 18:1–20:23 1:1. As a starkly different translation the title “worker”, Rashi on Exodus 29:30 and “servant” Targum to Jeremiah 48:7, have been offered as a translation as well. Some[who?] have attempted to resolve this translation contradiction by suggesting that although the priest does enjoy specific privileges, a primary component of priesthood in Judaism is servitude.[citation needed]

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The term samurai originally meant “those who serve in close attendance to nobility”, and was written with a Chinese character (or kanji) that had the same meaning. In Japanese, it was originally recorded in the Nara Period as a verb *samorapu (“to watch, to keep watch, to observe, to be on the lookout for something; to serve, to attend”), which is believed to be derived from the frequentative form (*morapu 守らふ) of the verb moru (守る, “to watch, to guard, to be on the lookout; to keep, to protect, to take care of, to be in charge of, to have as one’s ward”). By the Heian period, this word had developed into the verb saburahu (さぶらふ, “to serve, to attend”), from which a deverbal noun saburahi (さぶらひ, “servant, attendant”) was later derived, and this noun then yielded samurahi (さむらひ) in the Edo period. In Japanese literature, there is an early reference to samurai in the Kokinshū (古今集, early 10th century):[48]

kōan (公案?)/ˈk.ɑːn/Chinese: 公案; pinyingōng’ànKorean: 공안 (kong’an); Vietnamesecông án) is a storydialogue, question, or statement, which is used in Zen-practice to provoke the “great doubt”, and test a student’s progress in Zen practice.

The Japanese term kōan is the Sino-Japanese reading of the Chinese word gong’an (Chinese公案pinyingōng’ànWade–Gileskung-an; literally “public case”). The term is acompound word, consisting of the characters  “public; official; governmental; common; collective; fair; equitable” and  “table; desk; (law) case; record; file; plan; proposal.”

According to the Yuan Dynasty Zen master Zhongfeng Mingben (中峰明本 1263–1323), gōng’àn originated as an abbreviation of gōngfǔ zhī àndú (公府之案牘, Japanese kōfu no antoku—literally the andu “official correspondence; documents; files” of a gongfu “government post”), which referred to a “public record” or the “case records of a public law court” inTang-dynasty China.[1][2][note 1] Kōan/gong’an thus serves as a metaphor for principles of reality beyond the private opinion of one person, and a teacher may test the student’s ability to recognize and understand that principle.

Commentaries in kōan collections bear some similarity to judicial decisions that cite and sometimes modify precedents. An article by T. Griffith Foulk claims

…Its literal meaning is the ‘table’ or ‘bench’ an of a ‘magistrate’ or ‘judge’ kung.[4]

The continuous pondering of the break-through koan (shokan[50]) or Hua Tou, “word head”,[51] leads to kensho, an initial insight into “seeing the (Buddha-)nature.[52]

The aim of the break-through koan is to see the “nonduality of subject and object”:[40][41]

The monk himself in his seeking is the koan. Realization of this is the insight; the response to the koan […] Subject and object – this is two hands clapping. When the monk realizes that the koan is not merely an object of consciousness but is also he himself as the activity of seeking an answer to the koan, then subject and object are no longer separate and distinct […] This is one hand clapping.[53]

The koans do not represent the private opinion of a single man, but rather the hundreds and thousands of bodhisattvas of the three realms and ten directions. This principle accords with the spiritual source, tallies with the mysterious meaning, destroys birth-and-death, and transcends the passions. It cannot be understood by logic it cannot be transmitted in words; it cannot be explained in writing; it cannot be measured by reason. It is like the poisoned drum that kills all who hear it, or like a great fire that consumes all who come near it. What is called “the special transmission of the Vulture Peak” was the transmission of this; what is called the “direct pointing of Bodhidharma at Shao-lin-ssu” is this.[70]

This post is turning out a little longer than I wanted but I want to include all relevant information and exclude all irrelevant information as much as possible so that you can see from my perspective and see what I am thinking.  Helena Petrovna Blavatsky wrote that there were two types of meditation masters, the Mammo Kohans (evil meditation masters) and the Dhyan Kohans (good meditation masters).

See, over a decade ago I started noticing similar consonance patterns in different languages all over the world.  These words all had similar definitions.  I realized that these words came from the time of Atlantis when there was only one religion and science and the two things were one.  Groups of people and civilizations either appreciated the knowledge and kept it and protected it and remembered it and passed it on, or they forgot it.  When I read a spiritual text, something whispers into my ear the true understanding of the material. it points out to me “this is important, this is inspired, this is incorrect, this is a misunderstanding.”  It happens in real time, as I am reading it.

Seeing that the tide was turning against religious folk, I had to get online with a quickness and kick some light.  Let me see, am I forgetting anything?

kachina, kohan, koan, chan, oh, yeah, chan…

Zen is a school of Mahayana Buddhism[note 1] that developed in China during the 6th century as Chán. From China, Zen spread south to Vietnam, northeast to Korea and East to Japan.[2]   

Chán (simplified Chinese: 禅; traditional Chinese: 禪, abbr. of chánnà (禪那), from Sanskrit dhyāna,[1] meaning “meditation” or “meditative state”[2]) is a school of Mahāyāna Buddhism developed in China from the 6th century CE onwards, becoming dominant during the Tang and Song dynasties. After the Song, Chán more or less fused with the Pure Land school.

From China, Chán spread south to Vietnam and east to Korea (where it is known as Seon) and, in the 13th century, to Japan, where it became known as Zen. The Chán/Zen tradition became the best-known instance of Buddhism in the Western World.

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Infernal Machine (poem)

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From the Lingayat of Shivastus Solomonicus

The Abyss Hath stared back into me.  Like Oedipus I want to pluck my eyes from my skull, never to see again.  I have seen inside this infernal machine, I understand its diabolical machinations.  I know its design, its function, its purpose.

The Cross that I bare, The burden of understanding, The guilt of this Forbidden Knowledge.  Knowing is a crime, comprehending the insanity, I cannot tell the cogs and if I did they couldn’t understand and wouldn’t believe me.  The scope is too grand, the unmasking of the Architect whose hidden hand contrived this Master Plan.

The madness of the Human Condition is infuriating, to know the future and not be able to affect it, to change it.  To see the conclusion and be impotent to avoid it.  To undo the error of the beginning.  The nature of this Juggernaut itself must change.  Every sprocket, every gear, transformed, every function perfected, in order for the beast to transcend.  Behemoth to Revelation, Abomination to perfection, a Herculean task to be sure…

It is unlawful to bring light into this world and I am the most wanted criminal.  A world hostile to reason, deaf to logic, blind to wisdom, and incapable of understanding.  Whore ship these false idols of Ego, Money, and a Life of ease devoid of substance, clean on the outside but polluted and putrid on the inside.

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Treatise on Cosmic Light and the Christ Consciousness by Rabbi Ba’al Shiva

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This is the Sephyr Yeshivel as it was taught me by the archangel Azrael.  The black ring represents Binah, the Grey circle represents Da’ath, the brown represents unfecundated/unfertilized earth.  All of the sephiroth below Da’ath take place withing Da’ath which is also why it is the hidden sephiroth because to count it would be redundant.  Da’ath is the bedroom in which the creative intelligence exists, where the father and mother meet in the middle and become one.  Creative intelligence by it’s very necessity needs to be male and female.

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In this separation between matter and energy, between sun and moon, (solomon) there is the possibility of movement, and choice,

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greekκρίσις (krisis, “a separating, power of distinguishing, decision, choice, election, judgment, dispute”), from κρίνω(krinō, “pick out, choose, decide, judge”)

This allows the illusion of free will, this allows self discovery, this allows chaos and upredictability, this allows the small self the id to become aware of the BIG SELF, god.  It allows jiva to rediscover SHIVA.  Godself mutes himself in the form of Dark matter, disappearing into the diamond light of empty space.  All we see is the noumenal world, their is no evidence of god.  And in that absence of the presence we become aware of the necessity of god.  The One Self that transcends the individual.  As our intellect becomes more and more refined we become aware that something is missing, a hidden hand, that is here and there and all around us.  And we laugh at the joke that we now understand, the slight of hand that is being perpetrated by a loving teacher, telling children an interesting bed time story that they take way too seriously and in so doing stab themselves all over with many pains.  This is the ignorance of the enslaved mind, and with this ignorance, their is no freedom.

THE CHRIST PERSONALITY

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Above is a symbol that was shown to me in meditation as I conversed with Azrael.  We see that 3 of the colors are hot and three cold.  As such 3 are of levity or light and 3 of gravity or earth and water.  3 masculine, and 3 feminine.  Now just as their could be red water and red earth, in the same vain there could be blue fire and green air.  In fact, out of necessity this is true.  We see that the white upward pointing triangle is latent in the 3 cool colors and at the same time the black downward pointing triangle is latent in the hot colors.  Energy is matter moving quickly and matter is energy moving very slowly, the speed or frequency at which you vibrate determines where in the spectrum you are.

Now each of the colors is a facet or a face, an angel or an angle of the Pure White Light, which is the Buddha/Krishna/Christ consciousness.  Red is catabolism or righteous indignation or Din or judgement.  Blue is anabolism, the Peace King that builds up.  Green and Orange are Flora and Fauna, Orange is appetite, sexual and other wise, I always think of Hod as the Horned God.  Green is kind of mysterious and hard to describe, essentially it stores the energy of the sun in a form that living creatures can use, as fuel.  Purple is another one that is difficult to describe, it is the most balanced of the colors, being like steam, the combination of fire and water, slightly more cold than it is hot.  It is the color of the Magus, the magician, that has married the male and female inside himself in the form of creative intelligence, this is the god man.  Yellow is the integrating intelligence, it is the color of sense of humor, it figures out how to get all the energies to cooperate for a successful endeavor.

THE PURE WHITE LIGHT

It has always been a mystery to me that everybody thinks they know what the Messiah should act like or how he should be.  If you know what he should be doing you can do it yourself, but if you need to be saved you necessarily do not know what the Christ consciousness is.  People think of the Christ personality is an absence of personality, quite the opposite is true, it is the source of all personality.  I refer to this as the Messiah Paradox.

“So, because you are lukewarm–neither hot nor cold–I am about to spit you out of my mouth.”  Revelation 3:16

People think that the messiah is going to be loved by all and openly recognized by all as the Messiah, this is not the case, the Messiah, the Logos is the incarnation of Logic and Reason, that is what makes him the son of god.  As such only those people who have attained to wisdom and are not pretenders to wisdom will be able to recognize him.  Jesus was a revolutionary figure and as such he was more a Satanic figure to most people, he threatened their perception of reality, he threatened the peace of the community, he threatened the authority of the structures of authority…

34“Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword. 35For I have come to turn

“ ‘a man against his father,

a daughter against her mother,

a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law—

36a man’s enemies will be the members of his own household.’c

37“Anyone who loves their father or mother more than me is not worthy of me; anyone who loves their son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me. 38Whoever does not take up their cross and follow me is not worthy of me. 39Whoever finds their life will lose it, and whoever loses their life for my sake will find it.

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PROBLEM CENTRIC NARRATIVE

PROBLEM CENTRIC NARRATIVE

Downward spiral of emotional morbidity.