Demonstrable religious lie # 1. There is a supernatural realm.
Few believe in apotheosis or theosis regardless of the fact that Jesus taught it.
Regardless, it is a real phenomenon. Jesus and many other sages before and after Jesus were all correct, including Jung and Freud, yet few seek it. I inadvertently did and was rewarded with a list of frauds.
That the supernatural should not be considered as somehow better than our natural state or be guided by it. Fantasy should never rule man.
The laws on earth can never be the same laws as the laws of god. They are incompatible. We die. Ideals which are what gods are, and we cannot have gods die.
As scholars have noted often, we are very loose with making unprovable statements these days, lying is becoming routine, as shown in the poor American citizens immoral leaders, exemplified by it’s present immoral, C S , Trump. Pardon the digression.
This all means that we must always look to man’s law for guidance.
To believe in a supernatural realm is harmful if we take it seriously.
No one will care at all about the rantings of an enlightened man, whose mind touched that of the godhead. Such is life as many Jesus’ have learned. The bible says to kill witches. They are a part of the supernatural world. That means that religions are telling us to kill all the best of us. All good enlightened men must die. Crazy. No?
During my 6 seconds or so of pure pleasure and pain of apotheosis, I was counselled that belief in the supernatural should not be considered good, because it has not shown itself worthy of belief. Facts should always take precedence over fiction.
The Princess Alice is watching you experiment shows how plastic our minds are. We cannot let foolish belief in the supernatural be applied to our children.
The religious lie #1 has a noble core, but if allowed to reach your child, it might push the bounds of your child’s gullibility level to where we willfully hurt our own children.
Imagine your child in that experiment and a god was substituted for Princess Alice. Do you like the outcome? Thor would not.
My friends; there is your first bit of enlightenment direct from a godhead during a real live apotheosis.
I will likely live to see lie detectors be sensitive enough to be seen as reliable to help ascertain the veracity of renderings such as mine here. I might be able to get a certified and legal, I told you so. I spoke the truth, when writing of a godhead and cosmic consciousness, reached by telepathy. I will have a real live witness as long as my wife lives.
Hang in there kids. Never will we allow Princes Alice tendencies allow religious fraud men and all god pedlars to access your wonderful, free of really harmful B.S. enter your mind. Maybe.
I think that the statement from religions that indicate that there is a real supernatural realm is a fraud.
Satan gave man love. Was it worth the hate?
Adam thought so. He instantly and without argument or hesitation ate of that knowledge when Eve offered love to Adam.
Without Satan causing Original Sin, mankind could no know of love or hate as love and hate are subject to being good or evil.
Would you do as Adam did?
Was Satan right in opening our eyes to love and hate?
Should we venerate Satan more than Yahweh who tried to deny mankind love?
Would Jesus condemn or condone Yahweh for his crimes against humanity?
I see more than one Jesus speaking through the bible. The good Jesus would likely condemn while the less moral and good Jesus that most follow might not. A number of his policies have been found wanting, --- in moral terms.
Dogma says that Jesus ascended to heaven and his rightful place as judge of the universe at Yahweh’s right hand. The pure hand says tradition.
Would Jesus dethrone Yahweh for the insane genocidal example he shows for a god, or would Jesus somehow justify what Yahweh, and himself to Trinitarians, did?
Would Jesus say that genocide was good?
Condemn or Condone?
I say Jesus would condemn Yahweh.
What say you my moral friends?
Should we declare gods public enemy # 1.? Do you understand why we call immoral gods, “Gods”?
Not all gods are immoral but our mainstream ones are definitely that.
God’s law, should he/she/it ever show up, --- is supposed to become earth’s law, imposed by force, --- as need be, --- and the religious way, --- instead of sound moral arguments.
God is demonstrably not moral.
One of the more important commandments to us is that of not killing humans. God kills humans.
I assume that that law would be high on our commandment list; commands to a slave from a master. Yet God exempts himself from that good law and does this evil will and kills humans.
That commandment is a subjective position and as I can think of a few instances where killing a human would be the moral thing to do. That commandment is thus immoral.
I do not think it’s a good idea to give an obviously and demonstrably immoral Gods respect but many theists do.
The power to make human laws should never be given to our immoral gods. Especially Yahweh and Allah, who I think are the bottom of the barrel on morals.
Human law seeks to be moral and humane and should never be putrefied by the immoral Gods that mankind has create in our image.
To do so would be insane.
So tell me please, --- fellow religionist and believers, --- something I do not understand.
Why you and I call our gods, “God”, --- when he is such an immoral character, --- fictional or not?
Are we such immoral entities ourselves? I am immoral. Are you?
P.S. When you reply, I might have to do this to those who will not answer from the heart and try to use their holy book of myths and turn to preaching.
Remember also my fellow religionists and believers, all clergy of all faiths are liars. God himself told me this when he told me to think more demographically.
Is hate good? Should we allow the censorship of hate speech?
1 Thessalonians 5:21 Test all things; hold fast what is good.
Proverbs 3:12 For whom the Lord loveth he correcteth; even as a father the son in whom he delighteth.
God seems to think correcting hateful thoughts or actions is good and correction often times includes showing hate for what is though or done.
I have tested the notions of and concepts of hate and love and find both to be quite useful.
There is a time to love and a time to hate even in these days where Google and others who control the net are actively censoring us?
Should we allow ourselves to hate and speak against those things that deserve to be hated or should we allow the censors to muzzle us?
Are censors coming to take away our freedom of speech if it has a hate component?
"First they came for the Jews, but I did nothing because I'm not a Jew. Then they came for the socialists, but I did nothing because I'm not a socialist. Then they came for the Catholics, but I did nothing because I'm not a Catholic. Finally, they came for me, but by then there was no one left to help me." – Pastor Father Niemoller (1946)”
"Censorship reflects society's lack of confidence in itself. It is a hallmark of an authoritarian regime." - Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart
Does hate serve a good purpose for us?
For evil to grow, all good people who know what to hate need do is allow censorship and the end of freedom of speech.