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The Biblical God

Updated on March 3, 2017

God/Love or Fear

Numerous versions of the bible exist, but I've found they all have something in common: a biblical God. This God is described in two ways: someone or something both as beloved and feared.

Note what is says in Nahum 1:2 in the New Living Translation:

"The LORD is a jealous God, filled with vengeance and rage. He takes revenge on all who oppose him and continues to rage against his enemies!"

A Man Once Told Me...

that he was a God-fearing man attending his church regularly. I perceived this as sad and negative. Fear and love cannot co-exist. If God=Love then God-fearing would prove this: Love=Fear which is impossible.

How can we fear love? Would we fear a loving person? Why would anyone pray to a God they feared? Confide in someone we feared, would we? How can we trust someone we feared? If we feared the Devil and God alike wouldn't that make them one of the same?

That is, the biblical God.


Words and Beliefs are Vibratory Frequency

The Biblical God is someone equal to pure love and holy, but also someone whom is wrathful. The definition of wrathful is: intense anger, rage, or fury; any action carried out with great anger, punishment or vengeance.

When we look at frequencies, we'd find fear at 18.98 Hz and love 432 Hz or 528 Hz in scientific acoustical terms. 432 Hz is the original concert pitch for tuning an orchestra...Look, they are polar opposites.

The study of such sound waves is referred to sometimes as infrasonics.

Christina Sarich says it well:

"Fear is a big one. It is one of those subjects we all know so well. We can talk of fear as the corrosive salt of our wounds, holding us back from making any real change within ourselves, that would allow us out step out, shining with all our inexhaustible and inconceivable glory into the Realness of who we are. While fear is just the polar end of love,.."

She explains Vibrational frequency. "It is defined as "the rate at which the atoms and sub-particles of a being or object vibrate. The higher this vibrational frequency is, the closer it is to the frequency of Light." Each word we speak and thought we think sends out a vibration that attracts to it an experience of like vibration. If we send out fear, we attract fear. If we send out love we attract love.

Ms. Binkelman goes on to explain the negative and positive vibrations:

"Negative vibrations are those which are associated with the lower chakras, those which have to do with what we consider to be "negative" emotions or feelings. Included in a list of negative vibrations would be hatred, anger, doubt, fear (of loss, lack, failure, etc.,) jealousy, envy, judgment, (both judgment of others and self-judgment,) impatience, disharmony, imbalance, insecurity, etc. Positive vibrations are those such as love, harmony, peace, balance, kindness, understanding, compassion, etc."

In GOD'S Word translation book Ephesians 4:24 it states:You were also taught to become a new person created to be like God, truly righteous and holy.

Our bodies are made of three quarters of water. Water highly reacts to frequency, such as sound, words, feelings, thoughts and beliefs. When we fear, our bodies are compromised. Emoto proves that water molecules react to words and music.

Made of Water, Vibration, our bodies react to low and high frequencies. Everything is frequency.

What is it with the Biblical God?

Could we consider that being taught to follow a God that is vengeful and holy at the same time conflicting? How are we to act if we were to follow in his footsteps? Just like humans. We would be allowed to show love or fear-based emotions. Allowed to be vengeful and destructive too, whilst walking a holy path. In the ten commandments, is a rule "Thou shall not kill," but the biblical God massacres entire cities throughout the bible. Are the ten commandments God's words or the biblical God's? According to his words in the book, he contradicts himself. But this we do because we are human, since God is not, is the biblical God like us? And how would this up-lift us spiritually?

In Isaiah 36:10, God tells Rabshalah to "go up against this land and destroy it." This same God teaches us to love our neighbor as ourselves.

In Zephaniah 3:8 he says "all the earth shall b devoured with the fire of my jealousy." Jealousy is envy of a rival. Envy is a feeling of grudging admiration.

It's all Vibratory

Feeling pressured by Christians and their biblical God, I took it upon myself to analyze a bit of what didn't make sense to me. Over the years, I've read the bible like many family members did on a consistent basis, and what I found was I felt 'worse' after reading it then before. Being a very sensitive feeling person, I would steer away from things making me feel low or unhappy. I also found discrepancies in the bible and high-lighted all the negative or uncomfortable words I found. I marked countless pages, literal pages were filled with words like: slay, slain, slaughter, kill, destroy, and murder. The Gospel of Samuel is brutal. Words are recorded and if read continuously, my God, if what we think we become, good luck. This was a warning that this word was being registered into my subconscious being repeated over and over again just like the news. Why do people use positive affirmations to improve their lives? Because words have power. Don't be offended by mine, know that reading this can be forfitting to your growth and mental health.

"... the repeated statement is embedded in the long run in those profound regions of our unconscious selves in which the motives of our actions are forged.” So said Gustave Le Bon in The Crowd, his seminal study of political hypnosis, published in 1897."

Walking from Dogmatic Slumber

"Egoism is a sly thread that runs through the Christian branches. History left witness to the toll Christianity took on millions of people's lives; rather it was built upon faulty bloody grounds." jacqklin

Civilizations and religions were created by Enki and Enlil (and later their offspring). Egypt, for example, was developed by Enki and his lineage. The areas of the Sinai, Jerusalem, Sumer, India and more were fought over by the two families of Enki and Enlil, changing hands back and forth through different Pyramid Wars.

Religion is about money, control and division, not the contrary. It breeds fearful thought, whose viral effects corrupt anyone joining its forces, breeding and tainting the world as a whole.

Prentice Mulford


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      Yoleen Lucas 2 years ago from Big Island of Hawaii

      This is interesting. I will post here a link about near-death experiences where the survivors talk about religion; I believe it will prove insightful. Here's a quote from one of the survivors, Sandra Rogers: "There are only two true religions - the religion of love and the religion of fear."

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      jacqklin 2 years ago from ITALY

      Thank you for this comment.

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