Religious Leadership

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All religions follow the same principles and you will know them in this book. These are principles that transpose time and have been in existence for thousand of years. And once you see how simple they are to apply, you will finally be able to form your own group and expand your awareness with others, while creating valuable connections that will expand your influence as a spiritual leader.

The information presented here is based on the direct experience with dozens of different religious congregations, from the most popular to the most secretive and selective.

Learn more in Religious Leadership.

  1. Introduction
  2. The Foundation of Any Religion
  3. How a Religion is Created
  4. The Purpose of Religion
  5. How to Form a Group of Disciples
  6. How to Explain the Truth
  7. How to Be the People’s Leader
  8. The Political Side of Any Religion
  9. The Social Implications of a Congregation
  10. The 8 Rules Behind Successful Congregations

The Foundation of Any Religion

All religions talk about the same things. In fact, I don’t think it’s wise to follow one religion only. I do understand that for the vast majority it is very difficult to even understand one religion. If I tell people that they should follow at least three, they then get lost because they have no idea in which to believe. Most people need someone to tell them in what they should or not believe. And if they go to one religion and someone tells them one thing and then they go to another and hear something else, or even the opposite of what they heard before, they get lost and become confused. And so, they then can’t feel integrated in a group or feel fulfilled as well. This is why most people tend to make one choice only, and when not satisfied, simply change to a new religion, and eventually might even quit all religions in general, and say: “I am an atheist and I don’t believe in anything anymore.”

Atheism is probably the most stupid religion in the world. Because it is indeed a religion. All atheists believe in the same things and agree on the same authors and values. And do you know why? For two reasons: One is that they end up feeling the need to fill the void in their heart with science, not a realistic one, but instead the one fed by the academia; and the second reason, is that, by not believing in spirituality, they open another void, in their mind, for the Devil to take power. And he does, through deceptive thoughts and obsessions that they then will consider natural to their nature, for lack of a better understanding. Such people then turn to promiscuity, alcohol abuse, and basically, drift way from their ideal path, losing the capacity to think effectively. They eventually start developing depression and a sense of emptiness in them, that they then need to fill with hatred for others, which turns into self-hatred. And the more self-hatred they develop, the more they project it to the outside world, as a way to detox their heart from all negativity, except that this cycle never ends, and they end up destroying themselves in this way. But because all atheists are doing the same, they find comfort in their own community of degradation, and that’s indeed their congregation.

Everything we do is a choice. But just as atheism has a common ground, so do all religions. All religions are based on the same ideology.

You need to understand that most religions were created, during time periods in which humanity had very little access to knowledge or any information whatsoever. Religion was the science of ancient times. And this science was subdivided into different groups: The wisest studied religion from a higher perspective, related to numerology, cartomancy, and many other sciences that now, ironically, are seen as the occult, or evil, or even witchcraft and demonic in nature. These occult sciences that studied alchemy, and symbolism, and the meaning of the numbers, and sacred geometry, were practiced by kings and queens too. And yet, nowadays, for some reason, this knowledge is considered unacceptable and even discriminated by the masses. And even though it’s just knowledge, as any other. In fact, even witchcraft in itself is just knowledge.

Why some words create a specific emotional effect, that can create a certain outcome, and why should we fear it? Why shouldn’t we simply question and investigate? And what is this that we name spiritism, satanism, good and evil? How can anyone understand good without understanding evil? As a matter of fact, as I came to notice, quite too many times to be perceived as normal, demonic possession is very common in all congregations, and this happens often precisely because they refuse studying satanism and deny themselves the possibility to confront their enemy. And how can they identify that enemy, if they don’t know how he looks like or manifests himself?

I’ve met many individuals who praise themselves as being good people, just because they follow a certain religion. And yet, they’re actually selfish and very evil, and tormented by dark energies. Their evilness comes precisely from the fact that they don’t know what evil is. They think that they do, but can’t see that evil within them, rather than outside.

There are many religious groups in which Satan walks around freely. And many groups practice rituals, which actually attract demonic forces. There are people who go to the church every Sunday, and praise themselves as being very religious, and are possessed by demons. And I’ve met many of them. I’ve then tried to convince the members of such groups that there is someone inside, who is possessed by a demon. But do the same and see for yourself how they will react to you. They will more likely exclude you than exclude that person. This, because there’s a huge amount of ignorance, in all the religions that I have encountered. And this ignorance, is what actually allows many of the members to destroy the group. And so religion has been self-destroyed from the inside to a great extent.

What you see today are religions in the process of destruction, total annihilation, disappearing. And then you have many others that likewise have disappeared in the past. The same process has been maintaining itself for many thousands of years. All religions have several years of existence with an expiration date, just like any living organism. Congregations are indeed and simply living organisms. But then you have many other religions that are so strong, that you can predict that they’ll be here for many years to come. What is also interesting about religion is that, the best groups, tend to blend with society easily, they tend to enter the social consciousness and become the mainstream among the collective of the population — they become the basis of social and cultural consciousness, or at least, a big part of it; and yet, how is that even possible, if religion did not fulfill a specific social role?

Rule Nr.1: A religion must fulfill a social need like a single unit — a living organism, and know its enemy, as well as how the opposition, i.e., atheists, differentiate themselves.


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