“Life Force One”

Since: Jul 07

The Spiritual Universe

#181 Feb 18, 2014
2all wrote:
<quoted text>
Once more the twister of the bible shows his lack of the inspired word
I understand your problem. You were brainwashed to believe those verses mean other than what they state, but there they are, now you have to face the fact that your evil "god" created evil.

Since: Sep 12

Clarkston, Wa.

#182 Feb 18, 2014
Seentheotherside wrote:
<quoted text>I understand your problem. You were brainwashed to believe those verses mean other than what they state, but there they are, now you have to face the fact that your evil "god" created evil.
Guy your twisting the bible to suit your view on it God did not create evil satan did now stop with your twisting the word God is Good and only creates good once more study the bible so that the truth can set you free beloved.He loves everyone yes even you and your twisted view of Him

Since: Jan 14

Europe

#183 Feb 18, 2014
2all,
If God created all things, including Lucifer, didn't God know that Lucifer would turn bad and cause problems for Him and His creatures?
If yes, that means God approved all the troubles in the world to his glory.

Since: Sep 12

Clarkston, Wa.

#184 Feb 18, 2014
You have forgot free will my friend so under free will and love he will never never interfere with that so it is up to you but God did create him perfect,perfect,perfect and if you read on he (lucifer) chose his fate not God study and you will find just as I was saying but you won't

Since: Nov 13

United States

#185 Feb 18, 2014
swerty wrote:
thank you like reading your stuff, if you fancy a giggle have a look at this http://www.kaotic.com/29969_Funny-Videos-Call... <quoted text>
Thanks and I also found this to back up your earlier statement:

As Reuchlin says,‘Jesus’ was a composite figure and the stories include elements of the tales of Joseph in Egypt and other Old Testament characters, plus some Essene writings and characteristics of various Pagan gods. This is precisely what the evidence I have documented confirms. The several Josephs in the story are all the creation of Piso and part of the code. The letters in the name Piso translate in Hebrew as Yud, Vov; Samech, Fey, and they spell the name, Joseph. Another code Piso used for himself in the stories is the number 60.

Reuchlin points out the many similarities between the Jesus story and the one of the Old Testament character, Joseph, which Piso used as a foundation: Joseph had 12 brothers, Jesus 12 disciples; Joseph was sold for 20 pieces of silver, Jesus for 30 pieces of silver (inflation); brother Judah suggests the sale of Joseph, Judas sells Jesus; Joseph is in Egypt where the first born are killed, Jesus and family flee to Egypt to avoid the slaying of male children. Piso uses his four sons as the disciples, John (Julius), James (Justus), Simon-Peter (Proculus), and Alexander (Andrew).4 Julius, Justus and Proculus, would go on to write some later New Testament texts.

Piso makes Jesus fulfill a number of Old Testament prophecies, particularly those of Isaiah. Reuchlin says that the Pisos made changes and additions to some Old Testament texts also, and wrote most of the 14 Old Testament books known as the Apocrypha. These included Esdras, 1 Maccabbees, Judith, Tobit, Bel and the Dragon.5 The Pisos were Stoics (hence Stoical) and the Stoics believed that people were motivated by, and controllable through, the use of fear and hope6 (the very methods of the Babylonian Brotherhood). What better way of describing the religions which have been spawned by the Old and New Testaments?
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/biggestsecr...

Since: Aug 12

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#187 Feb 18, 2014
Christianity is anti-intellectual, anti-scientific. For over a millennium Christianity arrested the development of science and scientific thinking http://www.seesharppress.com/20reasons.html#n...

Since: Aug 12

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#188 Feb 18, 2014
Christians venerating relics, ringing bells and burning incense are unwittingly imitating Hindu rituals that were established many centuries before Judeo/Christianity.
The praying hands were stolen as well. They are an ancient Yogic Mudra. There are statues of the Hindu Gods and also the Buddha with the praying hands known as the "NAMASTE MUDRA." The folded hands as well, are a variation, and another mudra that was stolen. Mudras are used in meditation to connect the minor chakra circuits in the hands and fingers. Many Yoga asanas have these as well. Check any on-line images of Hatha Yoga postures. Yoga predates Christianinty
Truthseeker007 wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks and I also found this to back up your earlier statement:
As Reuchlin says,‘Jesus’ was a composite figure and the stories include elements of the tales of Joseph in Egypt and other Old Testament characters, plus some Essene writings and characteristics of various Pagan gods. This is precisely what the evidence I have documented confirms. The several Josephs in the story are all the creation of Piso and part of the code. The letters in the name Piso translate in Hebrew as Yud, Vov; Samech, Fey, and they spell the name, Joseph. Another code Piso used for himself in the stories is the number 60.
Reuchlin points out the many similarities between the Jesus story and the one of the Old Testament character, Joseph, which Piso used as a foundation: Joseph had 12 brothers, Jesus 12 disciples; Joseph was sold for 20 pieces of silver, Jesus for 30 pieces of silver (inflation); brother Judah suggests the sale of Joseph, Judas sells Jesus; Joseph is in Egypt where the first born are killed, Jesus and family flee to Egypt to avoid the slaying of male children. Piso uses his four sons as the disciples, John (Julius), James (Justus), Simon-Peter (Proculus), and Alexander (Andrew).4 Julius, Justus and Proculus, would go on to write some later New Testament texts.
Piso makes Jesus fulfill a number of Old Testament prophecies, particularly those of Isaiah. Reuchlin says that the Pisos made changes and additions to some Old Testament texts also, and wrote most of the 14 Old Testament books known as the Apocrypha. These included Esdras, 1 Maccabbees, Judith, Tobit, Bel and the Dragon.5 The Pisos were Stoics (hence Stoical) and the Stoics believed that people were motivated by, and controllable through, the use of fear and hope6 (the very methods of the Babylonian Brotherhood). What better way of describing the religions which have been spawned by the Old and New Testaments?
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/biggestsecr...

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#189 Feb 18, 2014
http://see_the_truth.webs.com/ New%20Testament.html

Since: Aug 12

Location hidden

#191 Feb 18, 2014
sorry topix playing up cant send the link

Since: Nov 13

United States

#192 Feb 18, 2014
swerty wrote:
Christians venerating relics, ringing bells and burning incense are unwittingly imitating Hindu rituals that were established many centuries before Judeo/Christianity.
The praying hands were stolen as well. They are an ancient Yogic Mudra. There are statues of the Hindu Gods and also the Buddha with the praying hands known as the "NAMASTE MUDRA." The folded hands as well, are a variation, and another mudra that was stolen. Mudras are used in meditation to connect the minor chakra circuits in the hands and fingers. Many Yoga asanas have these as well. Check any on-line images of Hatha Yoga postures. Yoga predates Christianinty <quoted text>
Great points and many points of the story of Jesus were stolen from the Krishna story.
Many of the sayings of Jesus also parallel the sayings of Buddah.

"Do to others as you would have them do to you." (Luke 6:31)
"Consider others as yourself." (Dhammapada 10:1)
2. "If someone slaps you on one cheek, turn to them the other also." (Luke 6:29)
"If anyone should give you a blow with his hand, with a stick, or with a knife, you should abandon any desires and utter no evil words." (Majjhima Nikaya 21:6)

Many more here:
http://www.near-death.com/experiences/origen0...

Since: Jan 14

United States

#193 Feb 19, 2014
2all,
If God is good, and He knew that the free-will He was giving His creatures will bring His entire creation to ruin, how good is such a God?

Since: Aug 12

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#194 Feb 19, 2014
thank you http://ivarfjeld.com/2012/01/21/the-pope-acts...
Truthseeker007 wrote:
<quoted text>
Great points and many points of the story of Jesus were stolen from the Krishna story.
Many of the sayings of Jesus also parallel the sayings of Buddah.
"Do to others as you would have them do to you." (Luke 6:31)
"Consider others as yourself." (Dhammapada 10:1)
2. "If someone slaps you on one cheek, turn to them the other also." (Luke 6:29)
"If anyone should give you a blow with his hand, with a stick, or with a knife, you should abandon any desires and utter no evil words." (Majjhima Nikaya 21:6)
Many more here:
http://www.near-death.com/experiences/origen0...

Since: Nov 13

United States

#195 Feb 19, 2014
jide oni wrote:
2all,
If God is good, and He knew that the free-will He was giving His creatures will bring His entire creation to ruin, how good is such a God?
I think the problem lies in how humans perceive God. Really God is just a human concept.
They have turned Source into a localized god.

“Ann Druyan suggests an experiment: Look back again at the pale blue dot of the preceding chapter. Take a good long look at it. Stare at the dot for any length of time and then try to convince yourself that God created the whole Universe for one of the 10 million or so species of life that inhabit that speck of dust. Now take it a step further: Imagine that everything was made just for a single shade of that species, or gender, or ethnic or religious subdivision. If this doesn’t strike you as unlikely, pick another dot. Imagine it to be inhabited by a different form of intelligent life. They, too, cherish the notion of a God who has created everything for their benefit. How seriously do you take their claim?”
Carl Sagan

Since: Aug 12

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#196 Feb 19, 2014
Catholicism is actually based on paganism. http://amazingdiscoveries.org/albums/a/37/Pap...

Since: Nov 13

United States

#197 Feb 19, 2014
swerty wrote:
Your welcome!!

Since: Nov 13

United States

#198 Feb 19, 2014
jide oni wrote:
2all,
If God is good, and He knew that the free-will He was giving His creatures will bring His entire creation to ruin, how good is such a God?
This is the best way I have seen it in explained in human terms:
There are many people now who have the ability to communicate and get in touch with their Higher Self and God. Humans are multi-dimensional beings and the Higher Self is the aspect of us in the higher dimension.

More and more people are aware that God is within and these are the times when we learn to link back to the source if we so desire.When God became aware of itself, it knew itself but it did not understand itself because there was no context for God to compare itself with. This is when the splitting of consciousness began as God seeks to understand itself. This is when souls were born.

Souls are aspects of God and their purpose is to learn, to experience and to evolve just as God seeks to understand and appreciate itself. When the soul has evolved to a certain extent, it will return and merge back with God, the source, the All-That-Is.

Pain and suffering is a part of the learning of the soul. Each time that a soul incarnate, there is a theme in which the soul desires to experience, to learn or to overcome.

All along, incarnating as humans on Earth is risky because there is a veil that covers the mind and makes one forgets who one truly is, forgets its spiritual connection to the source and forgets its purpose for incarnation. There is the possibility that one never remembers his or her identity as a light being during a lifetime and fall into darkness or cycle of reincarnations for lengthy periods of time.

The dark forces are a part of the design of God. Lucifer and the fallen angels are beings of light who had volunteered to partake in an experiment in which they have to forget their connection with the source, with God. They then inhabit in realities where the law of duality and polarity exist. These are the lower dimensions.In the lower dimensions and planes of existence, they are given free will to do as they like. The 3rd dimension of Earth, the physical reality is a place where the forces of darkness roam free.

However, these are extraordinary times where dark energy is to be transmuted to one of the light, where souls that have evolved sufficiently will graduate and return to the higher dimensions. If we take into account the multi-dimensional aspects of our reality, everything is really about the evolution of the soul. This by itself is another story.
http://www.new-age-of-aquarius.com/revelation...

Since: Aug 12

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#199 Feb 19, 2014
Roman Empire was the practice of not allowing the crucified to be buried. They were left hanging on crosses to rot or be preyed on by carrion eaters. This denial of proper burial was an integral part of the punishment, and a significant part of what made crucifixion an 'ignoble death'. The ancients placed great importance on having a proper burial, and being denied a decent burial was considered a disgrace.
One of the purposes for the Romans posting guards at crucifixion sites was specifically to prevent the family or friends of the crucified from taking the body down and burying it.
Of course, this makes the story of the resurrection highly improbable. If Jesus were actually crucified, the Romans would not have permitted his burial. No tomb, no stone turned aside on the third day, no empty tomb, just a body hanging on a cross til it rotted or was eaten by carrion eaters. Although, Roman law did prescribe that if one survived three days on the cross, the sentence was deemed fulfilled. Very few actually survived to claim the privilege, and most of those that did died shortly thereafter, as they never recovered from the shock, blood loss and exposure

Since: Nov 13

United States

#200 Feb 19, 2014
swerty wrote:
Roman Empire was the practice of not allowing the crucified to be buried. They were left hanging on crosses to rot or be preyed on by carrion eaters. This denial of proper burial was an integral part of the punishment, and a significant part of what made crucifixion an 'ignoble death'. The ancients placed great importance on having a proper burial, and being denied a decent burial was considered a disgrace.
One of the purposes for the Romans posting guards at crucifixion sites was specifically to prevent the family or friends of the crucified from taking the body down and burying it.
Of course, this makes the story of the resurrection highly improbable. If Jesus were actually crucified, the Romans would not have permitted his burial. No tomb, no stone turned aside on the third day, no empty tomb, just a body hanging on a cross til it rotted or was eaten by carrion eaters. Although, Roman law did prescribe that if one survived three days on the cross, the sentence was deemed fulfilled. Very few actually survived to claim the privilege, and most of those that did died shortly thereafter, as they never recovered from the shock, blood loss and exposure
Nice little quote here to elaborate on what you said:

The third day.

"... that deceiver, whilst living, said; after three days, I will arise." (Matt. 27:63). "... and after three days,( he will ) rise again." (Mark 8:31). It just so happened, that the cruci-fiction in the Jesus story took place on Friday, while the sun was still out, and Jesus (if he were a real person), by law, had to be taken down from the cross by dusk (not only by ordinary Roman law, but also because dusk Friday was the beginning of the Sabbeth, which lasted till dusk Saturday). Let's say for the sake of arguement, that he was crucified at dawn (at 'cock-crow' as it is called), then let's count the days. Friday, 6:00 A.M. to Saturday 6:00 A.M. is one day. The last mention we have of Jesus is before the end of the Sabbeth, which is Saturday at dusk. The next is that he has risen before dawn Sunday! That's not even Two days! But in the story, three separate days are implied deliberately - to throw us off the trail! Just another one of those darned inconsistancies, that, by the way, is the source for the expression; "What a difference a day makes."
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopoliti...

Since: Jan 14

United States

#201 Feb 19, 2014
Truthseeker007,
Are there angels?
Do they have forms?

Since: Nov 13

United States

#202 Feb 19, 2014
jide oni wrote:
Truthseeker007,
Are there angels?
Do they have forms?
I suppose there are angels but what seems certain is that culture is the main factor determining the way in which people ’see’ angels.

This article may help you get a little understanding:
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vida_alien/...

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