How They Lie December 13, 2015 – Posted in: Blog, Inspiration – Tags: atheism, buddhists, christians, freemasons, hindus, philosophy, religion, rosicrucians, socrates, spirituality
Satan and his legion of demons have been manifesting in many religions. I have seen Buddhists, Rosicrucians, Freemasons, Christians and Hindus, deceiving groups of people with a smile and misguiding them from the truth while leading them to a Satanic trap that will put them under more suffering. Those that are arrogant and unaware of the dark influence controlling their subconscious, their thoughts and words, often lie when promoting their faith and contradict their own books, which ironically, the dumb and stupid sheep majority doesn’t even read.
Based on a real conversation I recently had with one of these arrogant individuals, unconscious of his own ignorance, I will disclose here a strategy to defeat them in their own ground. The person that received these answers never answered them because he was unmasked as a deceiver. Therefore, feel free to use it when confronting anyone from any faith, as that’s how you force the enemy into showing his real face.
People have different interests and personalities, as well as different ways of thinking, feeling and acting, so we have to simplify our teachings.
I understand this but then answer me precisely which questions can I or can’t I make, which questions can or can’t be answered, what I should or shouldn’t expect!
We don’t promote a philosophy.
According to any dictionary, and I quote, “philosophy is the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence”, therefore any religion is a philosophy. If you tell people that it isn’t, you will make them feel confused, because this is a lie.
We are not a religion.
According to any dictionary, and I quote, religion is “the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, especially a personal God or gods”. Other definitions for religion also include “a pursuit or interest to which someone ascribes supreme importance”. And it’s very obvious by the way you talk that you assume a supreme importance in your beliefs. So, to say that you don’t promote a religion is also to deceive people.
We don’t promote the doctrine of a messiah or prophet.
A doctrine is, according to any dictionary, “a belief or set of beliefs held and taught” by a group of people. So, again, if you tell me that is not a doctrine, you are misleading and being dishonest.
We are here to remember and feel with our heart.
Imagine that an ancient member of your religion was now reincarnated and attended one of your meetings. What do you think he would ask you? How do you think he would feel? Imagine that an individual, from a much more advanced civilization in another galaxy, reincarnated on earth, and went to see your presentation. What do you think he would ask? How do you think he would feel?
All the information and wisdom, all the answers to our most essential questions, are already within us.
So why do you read books?
You must ask yourself how can you reach wisdom and what you need to do to acquire it, because we’re all in a constant process of self-awareness, in which we’re honestly and sincerely making efforts.
When I ask a question, I’m making an honest effort. When my question isn’t being answered, wisdom is being denied.
We can only show a perspective but each person must take the necessary steps in a process of constant learning.
If you allow me to continue reading books from your library, I will continue on my way of self-discovery.
We are a school of mysteries and a school of mysteries is a place for contemplation and meditation.
According to any dictionary, a mystery is “something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain”, but if we can’t understand or explain, why call it a school? According to any dictionary, a school is “an institution for educating”, but if you call it a school of mysteries, then there’s a big contradiction here. It’s as if you are saying that people are too stupid to understand anything within it, while denying such opportunity at the same time from them. You can call it a school of secrecies but not a school of mysteries. Mysteries are for the ignorant with a medieval mindset, not modern humans with advanced linguistic vocabulary and scientific knowledge in the field of physics.
Each person must proceed in his own rythm, without forcing himself, and accordin to his possibilities.
If you don’t make efforts to reincarnate in a better place, you will come back to earth not knowing everything you are knowing now. Sounds good to you? It doesn’t sound good to me. Besides, my whole life and amazing achievements contradict everything in this sentence.
The ancient egyptian called their temples a place for breathing, where cosmic forces and energies manifested through gods, which would then feed the seeker with answers to his questions: Who am I? Where do I come from? Where will I go?
To breathe we need oxygen, to eat we need food, to remember we need memory. There is a necessary duality in every process leading to conscience, but you write as if such duality, such interaction, such dynamic, wasn’t necessary, and I find it contradictory towards the goal in perspective.
We are based on a system of self-conscience and that implies self-awareness in a constant self-observation.
How do I know myself if there isn’t a reflection? Knowledge, people, things, the whole world is a reflection of our being but you talk as if the being didn’t need the reflection to find itself. Communication is an act of reflection but you assume it isn’t necessary for self-awareness. So why do we communicate?
It is when you understand that we are divine, when we understand that the goal of the human being is himself and not what he believes, in an authentic revelation, that we can affirm, as the ancient wise men said: “I only know that I know nothing”.
Your interpretation is incorrect. The whole sentence of Socrates that you took out of context to apply to your assumption is: “All I know is that I know nothing, for when I don’t know what justice is, I’ll hardly know whether it is a kind of virtue or not, or whether a person who has it is happy or unhappy”.
What Socrates was really talking about is humbleness, and not a disdain over the importance of information. The evidence of what I just said lays in another of his quotes: “I appear to be wiser than he, because I do not fancy I know what I do not know”.
In other words, Socrates was very much aware of the importance of his knowledge but didn’t want to fall into the common trap of arrogance, therefore, he reminded himself that he was a constant learner, a humble student. He didn’t know anything about what he had to know, but he knew a lot regarding what he already understood. This is the real meaning of his quote. It’s a quote about conscience, not ignorance, as it’s often misunderstood.
To rephrase Socrates, I could answer you the same thing in my own words: “I don’t know anything about your religion” but I do know a lot about spirituality and conscience. However, by asking questions and admitting my ignorance, “I do not fancy I know what I do not know”. When doing this, as Socrates, I’m not only being humble, but also wiser than those that think they know more than me and end up being blinded by their own arrogance.
The very common mistake that many people do when interpreting Socrates is the same they do towards people that are humble or honest and to prove it we have Socrates death. Do you know why he was killed? Because people thought he was arrogant. But by accepting to die without denying his beliefs he actually proved them wrong. An arrogant person would easily change arguments under pressure, because arrogance is ignorance and ignorance leads to lack of moral and ethics. A wise man won’t change what he knows for a fact because what he knows makes his ethical. He will die for the truth. It’s the same truth that the first Christians and many other religious and wise men portrayed.
How much time we need? How much time a seed needs to become a tree? Do you think the seed is in a hurry to become a tree?
According to the reincarnation theory, man is more evolved than the tree, so there is a reason why we have legs to move and travel and trees don’t. Are you telling me that I should be like a tree and revert my evolution in reincarnation? If you want to become a tree yourself, why don’t you join the many beggars in the street? They follow your philosophy, by planting themselves on the ground and opening their hands like branches begging for water in a dry land.
Do you think the soul is in a hurry to join the spirit?
If it had maybe it wouldn’t have reincarnated so many times on this horrible planet, isn’t it? Maybe that’s the kind of thinking that explains why you’re still here.
You need to transform by using your thoughts, desires and will, as it’s inside the way that we find the goal itself.
Finally you say something I can agree with but have you noticed that you wrote the word “will” in the same sentence as desire and thought? You spent the whole time teaching me about the unimportance of will, and then you finished by connecting it with passion and thought. Are you trying to confuse me on purpose or are you confused and ignorant about your own ignorance?
The lack of answers to my questions, examples and definitions prove that you are unworthy of the faith you promote. You promote the light but you are a son of the darkness, an enemy of the ones that came before you and will come after. You are my enemy too because I believe in the faith that brought you to me but I don’t believe in you. I follow the truth and you are promoting a lie. Your words are outrageous, offensive and a blasphemy to the ones who created the religion you promote. And if you believe in reincarnation, believe me, when I say that I’m very likely among those who wrote the first books that allowed you to hijack my faith, as, despite the distance in time that separates us in this life, I know more than you about what you claim to understand.
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