All religions stem from the same source. Hinduism being the oldest ''religion'' shares most of the same symbolic imagery as the Catholics, Christians, Buddhists, and Muslims. In this ''mystery religion, there is a specific goal and agenda embedded within the symbols, and the allegorical stories--that are all rehashes of the same story told over and over in different "mystical'' language...
Now, I am no expert so nobody try and call me out on claiming to be one. I am merely looking at the common denominators and formulating an explanation, and a solution to the problem of religion. I am not trying to reconcile science and religion because to me, this dichotomy is part of the mystery religion itself, and causes souls to lose sight of the truth. Truth becomes muddled and veiled because of the mystery religion, lost in translation so to speak...and as we all know truth is eternal and so it should be made as clear as possible...
That is only as far as many get with out realizing the kundalini(serpent) is wisdom, and the AL-chemical wedding is a division of nature into its basic parts...
The serpent had wisdom behind it, so it moved across the waters...
The CHRIST is the CROSS-ing of the water(nature/chaos)... Jesus is pictured on the cross with a snake wrapped around his leg in more historical depictions... He is anointed (with oil) and oil floats (walks) on the waters surface..
Well then, tell me what you know. I'd like to hear it.
I plan on writing a series of hubs, but maybe ill just put the basics out here in the forum first to attract attention...
The truth is in the symbolism/language, for example: (w)ater: (m)ater, mutt, mother, dark, abyss, = chaos...notice the intuitive flowing of the original thought into the later forms/names.. the letter (M) is also a pictograph/hieroglyph representing a (flow of water...Add a ER to the end and you get what many call the (flow)-er of life..aka the river of life...(W)-ater.. Since W/M are essentially the same in symbolic definition; in the later revisions in writing/language they are used interchangeably. For instance... (M)an and (W)oman. The flip denotes...Opposites but also essentially represents that belief that they are same aka (Y)IN/(Y)ANG> notice (Y) has three poles... 3 is also a M and W, when viewed symbolically depicting the same (w)ave for(m).
God creates (W)oman out of the (M)an.
Interesting. I hope you do write some hubs on this, I will definitely be interested in reading it.
Sometimes when I attempt to write hubs, my thoughts always get away from me, because I find it hard to put so much information into a kind of step-by-step format that is easy for those to follow even with zero knowledge of the symbolism of other the other religions.
So as a result, I thought I would try a discussion format so I can answer specific questions rather than trying to give everyone a walk through lesson of it all, since everyone is at different levels of understanding, and building everyone up from the ground would take volumes of work..
I wouldn't call it a kundalini because that is just another one of those ''terms'' you know like some call it having the holy ghost or whatever.
I would describe my experiences as just experiences but of personal significance. Most of the time it is a clairvoyance... kind of like the Buddhists describe ''self emptying.'' But it isn't ''empty'' but actually expansive and it actually has substance to it... Hence why I don't subscribe to any religion because most religions especially new age(the perennial religion--i call it the PINEAL religion. aha.), actually talk about getting rid of the ego, aka becoming nothing essentially...although to them, nothing is actually the ''something'' to them.
Hence the logically fallacy the entire world is under thanks to the mystery religion..the paradox.
This is very dangerous/ knowledge/no-ledge. the never ending question towards apotheosis.
I don't necessarily like to use those terms either, yet it helps to know we're on the same page. Have you had a lot of synchronicities lately? Intuition? I rarely get to talt to someone who knows what the hell I mean. If you know what I mean:)
Lately no. But don't fret. They will come as long as you are on the right path.. I am under a lot of stress lately so the silence isn't necessarily so silent if you get my drift..
However, some people who search for their experiences like a drug, because they get addicted do not get them..
The key to life is NOT FOUR-cing it. (4)-cing it for the squares... aka those who need to balance the equation...
We have all been brought up with the machismo mentality of the ancient brotherhood, so it is hard to kick the habit.. So when I stress, I just laugh at my own programming.
G (the big idea)
RAM-- MAR(s) god of WAR. aka RAW POWER
They never loved us.
Just let go and go with the flow.. YOUR flow.
Ok I have a specific question. What is the same "source" of all of the religions?
It is the paradox.
But religion itself is a creation by a alpha male society of neanderthals to control humanity towards an preposterous and impossible end.
ligio-- to bind, to tie
Legion-- legio--to bind... hence my belief it is a group project.. So we have the religious pantheons, and God referring to himself as US in genesis...Elohim..
The mystery religion is the product of an almost diabolical mind(s) (lucifer/legion) who believe the unbalanced equation(creation itself) needs to be balanced...Baal-Lance
Hence the 'target' is an eye-ball.
or A perfect TEN. The male (lance/spear/1) penetrating the female(ball, hole,0)
Ten=net backwards because of the 'rule' of YINYANG.. So TEN Mirrored is NET.
Hence the TENET.. dogma..God-am. GOD DAMN! Godman. Hence the coming Superman! The good ol' red and blue (opposites) in One. Which is the goal. The hermaphrodite.. paradox balanced...
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