THE DOCTRINE OF TRUTH: The Doctrine of Religion The Doctrine of Greed The Doctrine of Oppression The Doctrine of Truth
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DEDICATION To my Communion of Old: You and your pastors are whom I credit with learning the principles by which I live. These are the universal principles we all share in every culture and religion. We cannot afford as a civilization to desert our principles, but neither can we tolerate the fables and folly of religious doctrine any longer. The Kingdom weâ€™ve envisioned is upon us now. Be not discouraged but live with Love, Joy, and Peace in the knowledge that Truth is, instead, on the Throne. Only Believe. Only Believe. All things are possible. Only Believe.
INTRODUCTION It was in March of 2009 when it happened for the first time. Like an inexplicable jolt, I was immediately engaged with it…driving home one night after an evening with good friends. I suddenly found myself talking out loud with a strange feeling of being aware of it but not wanting to stop. I began speaking philosophically on the meaning of things in life, but my continuous and rapid flow of words were more authoritative, explanatory, and instructional, rather than just simply commentary. I was so amazed by what I was saying I felt to cry at times because the explanations were very beautiful. I remember consciously trying to slow my speech as quickly as I drove because I wanted to get home and write these…insights down. How else would I remember them? The Book is about these Insights. You will read about how they and those in the recent several months of writing the Book have combined to change my perspectives on just about everything I had ever considered. I marveled that night in 2009 and many times since as my words just flowed without my consciously planning them, and I gradually gained an understanding of how everything in life really “works”. The Book is a collection of all my perceptions that have come together like puzzle pieces over time to create the most beautiful and magnificent puzzle I could have ever imagined, and now I believe my Puzzle is one worth sharing.
THE DOCTRINE OF RELIGION
In the Days before the Great Awakening, just before the Age of Reason, Man will terrorize the Earth because of the Doctrine of Religion he has created. Behold, the most fundamental Believers in Religion will come together to carry out its evil agenda. Only the Believers in Truth will recognize the danger that faces mankind and will rise up in greater numbers to defeat all the Believers in False Doctrine.
The Perspective of Religion If I were a Hindu, I may have seen this fantastic experience as a visitation from Krishna. If I were a Buddhist, I may have considered it to be enlightenment from the Buddha himself. If I were a Jew, I may have thought that the God of Abraham and Moses was inspiring his humble servant. If I were a Christian, no doubt, I would believe that my precious Jesus was speaking directly to me. If I were a Muslim, I may have believed that the prophet Mohammed was revealing Allah’s will. If I patterned my life after any of these traditional characters, I would perceive this experience from the perspective of my religion and everything that that fundamentally entails. Instead, with respect to religion, I consider myself an A-Theist because I reject all of these doctrines, and so perceive this magnificent experience as a reasonable person. My perspective of this major significant life changing experience is based on The Doctrine of Truth, and it is from that perspective that its Book has been written. The author of the Book was born on the fourth day of the seventh month in the year 1966, in a little known place in the northeastern region of the United States. Within ten years, as I was old enough to begin reasoning it, I saw my world as Christian, white, middle-class, Italian-American, low to moderately educated, and surrounded by a few large ethnicities like second generation Italian, Polish, Irish, and German. My world changed dramatically when after fourteen years, I was enrolled in a non-sectarian college preparatory boarding and day school. There I met and became friends with students my own age from different races, religions and regions around the world like Europe, South America, Asia, and the Middle East. I was a part of their world and they were a part of mine, and my perspectives about the outside world had begun to change. My faith and that of my entire family and closest friends was nondenominational Christianity. I learned from an early age to thank God and his son Jesus Christ for our food. “Dear Jesus, Bless this food. Make it a nourishment to our bodies. Please provide for all those who are in need. We pray, in Jesus’ name. Amen.” I talked to Him every night as a child. “Dear Jesus, Thank you for this day. Give us a good night’s rest, in Your arms. Don’t let nothing happen to us. Watch over Mommy and Daddy, and everyone we love, and help us to love you more each day. In Jesus’ name, Amen.” I loved Jesus; he was everything to me. Religion and spirituality were the most important aspect of my life. Together with these highly principled people, I strove each day to live by the dictates of the Holy Spirit and realize the will of God in my life, through Christ, who was our King of Kings. Some may have considered us fanatics; we considered ourselves humbled and fortunate to have the light.
Because I loved the Lord, my only desire was to please Him. But I also knew that it was impossible for me to ever fully really please Him because of my “thorn in the flesh”, as my pastor later, in ignorance, came to call it. I had known I was gay since I was very young and I also knew it is what made me different from everyone around me. Growing up gay in the 1970s was not the experience it is today for our gay youth. For most of American society, there was no commentary on it within the family unit except for negative commentary. Encyclopedias still classified homosexuality as a mental disorder. There were no role models for it except for Jody Campbell on the TV show Soap, and I was not permitted to watch that show. I had heard that there used to be someone who was gay in the Communion, but that he had left years before. I was an anomaly and alone. I was an abomination to God and I could not share that with anyone. I prayed each day that God would heal me, but He did not. When I eventually believed that He would not, I began my search for reconciling who I was with what I believed. Over time, I considered the various perspectives of God within Christianity, then ultimately the various perspectives of the supernatural realm in the world. For three years, I traveled as an entertainer on cruise ships and met wonderful individuals from multiple countries with different cultures and religions and political affiliations. I grew to desire, above everything, to understand what we all share as humans, as opposed to merely as Americans, or Europeans, or Asians, or Christians, or Muslims, or Jews, or Political Liberals, Moderates, or Conservatives. The opportunities afforded to me for broader life experiences have shaped and given me a fuller perspective for how I have come to live my life. The extraordinary experience in March 2009 and those throughout the writing of the Book, very simply provide my perspectives now with a real purpose and foundation upon which to build all further revelations. Religion Consider how the brilliance of a sunset with the most beautiful array of colors splashed about the dusk April sky could inspire a young Belizean girl to ponder the majesty and awe of her Lord Jesus Christ and the creation of the Almighty God. Is it inconceivable that across the world, this very scene may have inspired a Muslim to more seriously consider the Qur’an and Allah’s revelations to the prophet Mohammad? Could it not also prompt Buddhists, Hindus, and Jews in a similar way to contemplate their own religious and philosophical beliefs? By definition, Religion is the belief in and worship of a god or gods, or in a set of beliefs explaining the existence of and giving meaning to the universe, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs.
Aspects of religion include narrative, symbolism, beliefs, and practices that are supposed to give meaning to the practitioner's experiences of life. Whether the meaning centers on a deity or deities, or an ultimate truth, religion is commonly identified by the practitionerâ€™s prayer, ritual, meditation, music, and art, among other things, and is often interwoven with society and politics. It may focus on specific supernatural, metaphysical, and moral claims about reality (the cosmos and human nature) which may yield a set of religious laws and ethics and a particular lifestyle. Religion also encompasses ancestral or cultural traditions, writings, history, and mythology, as well as personal faith and religious experience. The development of religion has taken many forms in various cultures with continental differences. The word religion refers both to the personal practices related to communal faith and to group rituals and communication stemming from shared conviction. Religion is sometimes used interchangeably with faith or belief system, but it is more socially defined than personal convictions, and it entails specific behaviors, respectively. Religion is often described as a communal system for the coherence of belief focusing on a system of thought, unseen being, person, or object, that is considered to be supernatural, sacred, divine, or of the highest truth. Moral codes, practices, values, institutions, tradition, rituals and scriptures are often traditionally associated with the core belief, and these may have some overlap with concepts in secular philosophy. Religion is also often described as a â€œway of lifeâ€? or a life stance. *** Three overall objective observances of human nature teach us that: 1. 2. 3.
People naturally and sincerely perceive and behave according to the doctrine of their religion. People naturally and sincerely perceive and behave according to the belief system of their culture. People naturally and sincerely perceive and behave according to the technological advances in their society.
Religious labels are just the labels that indicate the religious doctrine people ascribe to. It is only one of three factors that give people their perspective, and each third can vary in intensity depending on the reasoning of the individual. Christians, for example, are people who perceive the world from the perspective of their culture too, whichever culture it is among the many cultures who have embraced Christianity throughout the world. Christians in Honduras, however, do not see the
world in the same way as their Christian counterparts in America because their culture has also shaped how they see. One third of Christians’ perspectives are further formed by the technology they are exposed to, and the wide range of experiences they’ve created for themselves because of that technology. Through technological and ethnic lenses, an Indian, a Chinese, an Israeli, a Costa Rican, and a Pakistani will perceive and interpret one single issue in differing ways, enhanced by their religious lenses as a Hindu, Buddhist, Jew, Christian, or Muslim. While most cultures via their religion do not consider “women caught in the act of adultery”, for example, worthy of execution, it continues in modern times to be punishable by death in fundamental Islamic law. Though the level of tolerance and social acceptance of homosexuality has escalated in the last twenty years in many cultures, a recent attempt in Uganda to pass legislation to make homosexuality an executable offense was instigated by fundamental Christian believers, and ties were discovered with fundamental Christian churches in the United States. The Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, indisputably advocate violence, genital mutilation, and genocide throughout the Torah, the Bible, and the Qur’an. Most religious moderates have never read these texts and so are either unaware of what they say or have become numb to their real significance to these religions. Moderate religious people pose no direct threat to anyone because they are law abiding and sincere people who simply hold a particular belief system. In democratic countries, most moderates choose elections to change government policy. However, on March 28, 2010, nine members of a U.S. fundamental Christian Militia Group were arrested for plans to execute a police officer and wage war on the U.S. government, in the name of Jesus Christ. According to the group’s website, Hutaree are Christian “soldiers” who are arming themselves and training in anticipation of the coming of the Anti-Christ, which they believe to be imminent. A quote from this website reads: “Jesus wanted us to be ready to defend ourselves using the sword and stay alive using equipment.” In Genesis, God called to Abraham and commanded him to sacrifice his one and only son to Him; when God saw that Abraham loved Him that much that he was willing to sacrifice his own child, God stayed Abraham’s hand. For Jews, that son is Isaac; for Muslims, that son is Ishmael, Abraham’s first-born child. Abraham had recently left polytheism in the land of Ur and was the first man that God had allegedly revealed Himself to regularly since the beginning of time, circa sixty-five million years prior. Because reasonable people today do not resist scientific evidence that the Earth is considerably older than six thousand years, reasonable people do not believe that after resting for 65 million years, God made a covenant
with the first human and within a decade, tested his faith by commanding him to sacrifice his child, and started a sibling rivalry that continued throughout humanity for the next five thousand years. Neither can reasonable people fathom, in a day of advanced technology, that this sibling rivalry could possibly lead to the annihilation of the human race if the descendants of these two brothers cannot reason their differences. A study was recently conducted concerning perspectives in Jewish children regarding the justification of the Genesis account of Joshua’s attack on Jericho. God had commanded Joshua and his men of war to march around the city of Jericho once for six days until the seventh day when they should march seven times until the trumpets sounded and the wall would come tumbling down. Once Jericho was vulnerable, God commanded the people of Israel to utterly destroy all that was in the city, both man and woman, young and old, ox and sheep and donkey, with the edge of the sword. Many of the Jewish children believed that the genocide perpetrated by Joshua was justified. Another group of Jewish children was asked the same question about the same genocide except the name Joshua was changed to something else and God was either removed from the equation or another god replaced it. The same question, “Is this genocide justified?”, was asked, and the answer was an overwhelming and emphatic “NO”. Different players perceived the same event with different perspectives because of their different religious indoctrination. Fundamental Jews today do not support any of these elements of terror despite the fact that Yahweh allegedly justified these horrific acts to their descendants thousands of years before. Because religion, like everything, evolves and has evolved over the centuries, even the most fundamental of Jews today are non-violent, though an occasional extremist does surface. There is, however, no cohesive group of Jews that use Old Testament laws to justify terror toward believers and non-believers alike for scriptural transgression. Fundamental Hasidic Jews live peacefully in “normal” society throughout the world, going about their day and living according to their beliefs, but remain non-violent. A-Theists who once ascribed to traditional Jewish or Islamic doctrine do not believe that that portion of land in the Middle East was promised to them by anyone. Removing Yahweh and Allah from the equation for Peace in the region allows for an objective analysis of the state of affairs there, reasonably concluding that there can never be peace in the Middle East as long as Religion’s opposing doctrines continue to muddy the waters in their quest. The State of Israel will align in peace when Israel recognizes its powerful purpose in position and reconciles its political and religious agenda, accepting that another’s reasonable perspective of them and their role on the World’s stage does not imply hatred of its people.
We know nothing much more of Abraham, Isaac, and Ishmael other than what the Old Testament and Qur’an report of them. Jews share with Christians the fundamental belief that God blessed and promised a piece of land especially for them; this really nice story would have been perfect if God hadn’t blessed it and promised it for Muslims too. We now know that the God of Abraham was just as imaginary as Abraham’s many gods in Ur, and so no God stayed Abraham’s hand in the sacrificial offering; it is irrelevant which son in the account was on the altar. So, why are supposedly rational people fighting for millennia over a sacrificial fable and an imaginary promise of land…and why would anyone love and worship this God? Egyptian and other pagan mythology naturally evolved to shape original Judaic thought and subsequent Christian ideology. As Judaism developed over centuries, enough Jews retaliated against the corrupt religious and political establishments of the day and began a charismatic movement for change headed by a character named Jesus. The truths Jesus spoke superseded the doctrines he had been taught and the doctrine he had later been delivered by Religion, and the meaning behind the message of Peace has survived for centuries despite them. His biographers, as was the custom of the time, naturally embellished the Christ character with mythical components shared by multiple Savior gods before him. Despite the Christian Church’s bastardization of Jesus’ principled preaching of peace and truth, Christians today are predominantly nonviolent. Other than the relatively recent conflict between Ireland and Northern Ireland, violence supported by Christianity is at a relative low. Moderate Christians live in societies now throughout the world, and like other religious moderates, function in modern society with the technology that exists there. They attempt to preserve their culture as best they can though inevitably find the new culture they’re creating, different from the one of another time, because they are surrounded by a totally new culture and assimilate, they do. Though fundamental Christians may make some outrageous claims for Creationism or Intelligent Design, the majority of these Christian fundamentalists do not use violence to forward their religious views. While most Christians today sincerely and peacefully perceive according to their religious doctrine, there are those fundamental believers who have always and still do, like Hutaree, resort to terror to further their religious cause. Consider that Christianity throughout the Middle Ages, after evolving only one thousand years, massacred millions of Muslims and other heretics and pagans in the name of Jesus Christ over the next several centuries in the Middle East. Fundamental Muslims have analyzed their history and seek above all else to eradicate evil and restore Allah’s rightful place of authority in the world. Through meditation and reflection, the
prophet Mohammad, like Jesus before him, began preaching his subconscious revelations through his conscious knowledge of his culture and degree of exposure to various religions. The truths the “pagan” Mohammad spoke superseded the doctrines he had been taught and the doctrine he had later been delivered by Religion, and the meaning behind the message of Peace has survived for centuries despite them. Despite the Islamic Court’s bastardization of Mohammad’s principled preaching of peace and truth, Moslems today are predominantly nonviolent. Moderate Muslims live in societies now throughout the world, and like other religious moderates, function in modern society with the technology that exists there. They attempt to preserve their culture as best they can though inevitably find the new culture they’re creating, different from the one of another time, because they are surrounded by a totally new culture and assimilate, they do. They are non-threatening, but enjoy the benefits of their host societies through the efforts of their fundamentals among them who affect government policy wherever in the world they settle, in the same way their fundamental Christian and Jewish counterparts do. Middle Eastern Muslims perceive the world from the perspective of their culture, many of whom with little previous exposure to the world around them because of only recent technological advances in their societies, and many who sincerely live according to the doctrine of their religion. They attempt to preserve their culture as best they can though inevitably find the new culture they’re creating, different from the one left behind, because they are surrounded by a totally new culture and assimilate, they do. While most moderate Muslims today sincerely and peacefully perceive according to their religious doctrine, there are those fundamental believers who have always and still do resort to terror to further their religious cause. Fundamentalist Muslims who carry out missions of violence are no more evil than the Christian Church’s Crusades or the Jewish attack on Jericho. The justification for violence among its fundamentals comes from the religion’s text in the same way as all justification for violence perpetrated by all otherwise good and well-intentioned people comes from religious texts. The fundamental interpretation of text will yield evil works if the text embraces and justifies evil. Though reasonable people are able to discern evil acts apart from people when judging terror, the threat to humanity is no less dangerous or imminent, particularly as technology has evolved as well. Fundamentalist Muslims who believe that violence is justified when forwarding Allah’s doctrine are cohesive, organized, and powerful groups that dominate areas of the world’s landscape. Their own power of manipulation and destruction is the only reason why Islam is the
biggest religious threat to humanity right now; at any other period in our evolution, it would have been the Jews or the Christians, and was. From the time two planes crashed into the Twin Towers on the 11th of September 2001, fear is what has terrorized the world’s emotional experiences. Global fear of Islam was the tool used to carry out in secret the mission to fundamentally terrorize people, while a select few profited once again from global ignorance and war. History’s repetition is what has forced a fast-growing minority to now recognize that it was in fact the diabolical plan of Greed and Oppression that sabotaged Truth in Society and orchestrated fear to fester and distract the masses while they fed. Ultimately, however, this historic incident sparked the greatest number of A-Theists in history to awaken and remove the veil to see Greed’s betrayal of the pompous Doctrine of Religion. America’s role in Terror along with the other players of the Terror game will continue to be challenged by the reasonable, because in the Age of Reason, Truth will see every nation face the consequences of the global role it has played in False Doctrine against It, as evidence continues to mount in favor of Terror induced by Greed and Oppression, and not Religion, as once upon a time thought. Religion, regardless, is nothing more than Pomp’s pride disguised in humility whose objective analysis of itself can only lead to confusion. The fundamental culprit of all the violence and terror, over the centuries, is an imaginary man in the sky who makes unreasonable demands upon all those who call upon his holy name. The good that is done in the name of Religion is far out-done by the evil that still continues to be perpetrated because of it. Religion’s fundamental flaw is that it considers the UnKnown, and sets up rules around it. Our history as a civilization proves that that is a dangerous proposal for Society to live by. While openly nonbelievers are excluded from the political arena in many countries still, some believers continue to gain office and lead countries by the subjective dictates of their delusional doctrine. The reasonable alternative for our civilization is to consider the Known, and set up our rules in Society around that. Because many insist on perceiving issues that effect our collective well being in society through ethnic, religious, or even political lenses, their differing opinions firmly based in their belief systems without regard for objective analysis of factual information, lead to conflict and leave progress carelessly challenged. The voice of the Doctrine of Religion is a loud and fear-inducing global voice that manifests itself in our regional governments and societies, shaping our policies and our morals, yet it is based on complete fiction. Religion has grown to divide us over time, despite now its best attempts to unite. God’s Omnipotence is now threatened because He has created so many voices, through Technology, all claiming to be the
most powerful God, that its Doctrine is the one major force that holds us back from uniting as a People. Religious tolerance has naturally increased over recent years because of broken down boundaries due to technology, and would continue regardless of the reasonable among us attempting to “speed things up”. The pertinent and relevant questions that pose themselves to us at this time however, are, “Do we have the time to wait for complete and total religious tolerance to take place?” And “If religious doctrine is unreasonable, why is any tolerance at all even necessary?” Religion’s threat to Earth at this time must be perceived in historical context and through evolutionary progression, and the “opinion” derived from that analysis could only be the right one because objectivity is judgment; it tells you the Truth. Theism Theism in the broadest sense is the belief that at least one deity exists. In a more specific sense, theism refers to a doctrine concerning the nature of a monotheistic God and his relationship to the universe. Theism, in this specific sense, conceives of a God as personal, present and active in the governance and organization of the world and the universe. The use of the word theism as indicating a particular doctrine of monotheism arose in the wake of the scientific revolution of the seventeenth century to contrast with the then emerging deism that contended that God, though transcendent and supreme, did not intervene in the natural world and could be known rationally but not via revelation. Polytheism is the belief that there is more than one deity. In practice, polytheism is not just the belief that there are multiple gods; it usually includes belief in the existence of a specific pantheon of distinct deities. Deism is the belief that at least one deity exists and created the world, but that the creator does not alter the original plan for the universe. Deism typically rejects supernatural events (such as prophecies, miracles, and divine revelations) prominent in organized religion. Instead, Deism holds that religious beliefs must be founded on human reason and observed features of the natural world, and that these sources reveal the existence of a supreme being as creator. *** Twelve thousand years ago, civilizations and societies that took shape on planet Earth gave birth to the first god, and the Doctrine of Religion was born with him. Primitive Man witnessed phenomena he could not comprehend and attributed this realm of the Un-Known to the gods. Man incorporated all the principles he recognized were essential for the concepts of peace and war in his Doctrine of Religion. Man reasoned all the
emotions he was experiencing as good and bad, and added them to his Doctrine of Religion. Over time, Man fine-tuned his Doctrine to the best of his reason and developed rules and regulations according to the one god that stood out to become personal. In a matter of time, the Devil was born as the antithesis of God, who shared with God the domain known as the UnKnown and embodied any other inconceivable phenomena known and unknown to Man. Man’s sincere belief in the Doctrine of Religion is what fueled the fire of the Spirit in many Spirits throughout the lands and for millennia burned alive. As Man has evolved over time he reasoned his surroundings more logically, and experienced his existence more acutely with his senses. He began to recognize the disparities or incongruities within the Doctrine he had created. Over hundreds of generations, he gradually accepted evidentiary explanations for phenomena he had not previously comprehended, and finally and sincerely concluded that Reason, and not God, must be the absolute authority on all things. Arguments surrounding religious doctrine go around and around in frustration and anxiety because no basic premise upon which to argue can ever be agreed. Because Religion’s doctrine is illogical and unreasonable, admittedly so, believers claim Faith is the only means to a belief in the existence of God, the Doctrine’s premise. Faith is belief that does not rest on logical proof or material evidence. Therein lies the futility of communication and the key to the demise of the Doctrine of Religion. It is not incumbent upon anyone but believers to prove that something exists or does not exist. The responsibility cannot be of the reasonable to attempt to dis-prove something that is not prove-able. The argument itself is ludicrous and entirely illogical. Reason dictates that because religious doctrine is emotionally clung to, its attack must be genuinely gentle. The challenge to the believer in Religion is to share how his experience as a believer cannot be explained rationally through either what we know or what we don’t know. Though he may feel that a presence or power exists beyond him, to give that the name of God and develop doctrine and an exclusive system around that name is far more dangerous to humanity now and altogether unnecessary. If believers are in fact sincere, why are they not all uniting to convince the world of their divine revelation? Why do they not admire the fundamentals among them, instead of mocking them for their zealous fervor? With what conscience can they allow millions of humans to suffer and die without experiencing the joy and wonder and majesty of their God? Why do the majority of religious moderates sit back and watch the faithful few spread the mighty and terrible news of their God while they cling to Him in fear of being mistaken?
Further complicating the God dilemma is the emotional love connection between the deity and you, the believer. Your belief would be in vain if you did not love your God. So if you do not love your God, then you are not a believer and you are more rational and reasonable than you thought. If you do consider yourself a believer, then you must love your God, be devoted to Him and want to do His will. If you believe what you say you believe, His will would be your goal, however you understood that to be. But what if, one day, the Lord came to you and said, “My Child.” … and you said, “Yes, Lord.” And He said, “Do you love me?”… and you replied, “Yes, Lord, You know that I love You.” And then the Lord God Allah, Whom you love, spoke to you in a mighty voice and said, “My Child, sacrifice your child to Me!” The Bible account believed by Jews, Christians, and Muslims relates a very similar scene where Abraham’s faith, his belief, was tested. If God were to test your faith by commanding you to kill your child, would you obey? Do you not already innately know that murdering your child is immoral? Yet, if you say,“Yes, I love the Lord God Allah and I will sacrifice my child for Him!”, then the responsibility is of the reasonable to prevent you from this horrific act and institutionalize you until you begin to think reasonably. Would you sincerely give up all sense of self-respect and morality to worship and love a God that would ask such a thing from His own? If you were to say, “No, Lord. I cannot obey you this time because I know that what You’re commanding is morally wrong”, then reasonable people around the world applaud you for allowing reason to weigh in heavier in this time of testing. God is testing your faith today by asking you to defend Him to the world and declare your everlasting love by sacrificing your child to Him to bring Him praise. Prove to Him that you are His good and faithful servant, and that your life and devotion has not all been in vain. If you hold your head humbly in sorrow before the Lord and say, “No, Lord”, then the reality is that you do not really love Him because you do not really believe in Him, and it is ok now to finally let Him go. Reasonable people do not hold religious people up to higher moral standards because religious doctrine provides no high standard for moral behavior. Even their religious leaders are no more capable than any of them to live by the Doctrine of Religion, and because they are public religious figures, the pressure they must feel to control their compulsions, if plagued by them, is much greater. Eventually they will only fall in shame because not even their Doctrine of Religion can save them from their humiliation. The only standard by which to measure moral behavior is the Doctrine of Truth, and according to that Doctrine, judgment of someone’s behavior will far more be for the purpose of learning, not condemnation.
Religion’s judgment of moral behavior is indicative of a hierarchy that Man has created for measuring morality with God at the pinnacle. Religious man reasoned, The more moral one is, the more like God he is. When morality is measured linearly in this way, with an unreasonable external entity as a moral barometer, the condemnation of those who are “immoral” now becomes justified, and the concepts of Superiority and Inferiority are born. And Man believed himself to be above other Man and Beasts and gave himself rightful dominion over the inferior among him. In reality, contrary to what religious texts teach, we have no dominion over others in our species or in any other species. Have we not yet learned what dominion over others in our species has led to in societies where oppression through slavery, communism, and imperialism have been a factor in much of our histories? Furthermore, humans can learn from the evolutionary process of the other species, and how we behave so similarly to them, instead of perceiving them as separate and stupid beasts. In reality, neither do we have dominion over our planet. We’ve done enormous damage over the last two hundred years to Earth because of our lack of insight and wisdom as a civilization, and we continue to marvel at, and even outright deny, the environmental and climactic consequences, even amid natural disaster after natural disaster. If we rid of Religion, we will rid of the notion that we have dominion over any one or any thing. We are a species, and Reason tells us that our goal needs to be to preserve our species, no matter the religion that stands in our way. Hinduism Hinduism is the predominant and indigenous religious tradition of South Asia. Hinduism is often referred to as Sanatana Dharma (a Sanskrit phrase meaning “the eternal law” by its adherents. Hinduism also includes yogic traditions and a wide spectrum of “daily morality” based on societal norms such as Hindu marriage customs and the notion of karma. Karma is a Sanskrit word meaning “act, action, performance”, understood as that which causes the entire cycle of cause and effect. In contradistinction to “faith” espoused by Abrahamic religions, which view all human dramas as the will of God as opposed to present and past life actions. In theistic schools of Hinduism, humans have free will to choose good or evil and suffer the consequences, which require the will of God to implement karma's consequences. The karmic effects of all deeds are viewed as actively shaping past, present, and future experiences. Hinduism is formed of diverse traditions and has no single founder. Among its roots is the historical Vedic religion of Iron Age India, and such Hinduism is often called the “oldest living religion” or the “oldest living major tradition”. Demographically, Hinduism is the world’s third largest religion, after Christianity and Islam, with more than a billion adherents,
of whom approximately 1 billion, live in the Republic of India. Other significant populations are found in Nepal (23 million), Bangladesh (14 million) and the Indonesian island of Bali (3.3 million). A large body of texts is classified as Hindu, divided into Scruti (“revealed”) and Smriti (“remembered”) texts. These texts discuss theology, philosophy, and mythology, and provide information on the practice of dharma (religious living). Among these texts, the Vedas are the foremost in authority, importance and antiquity. The major Sanskrit epics, Ramayana and Mahabharata, were compiled over a protracted period during the late centuries BCE and the early centuries CE. They contain mythological stories about the rulers and wars of ancient India, and are interspersed with religious and philosophical treatises. The later Puranas recount tales about benevolent supernatural beings called devas and devis, their interactions with humans and their battles against demons. The Vishnu sahasranama, translating literally to “the thousand names of Vishnu”) is a list of 1,000 names of Vishnu, one of the main forms of God in Hinduism and the personal supreme God for Vaishnavas (followers of Vishnu). It declares Vishnu as Paramatma (supreme soul) and Parameshwara (supreme God). It describes Vishnu as the All-Pervading essence of all beings, the master of—and beyond—the past, present and future, the creator and destroyer of all existences, one who supports, sustains and governs the Universe and originates and develops all elements within. Krishna is a deity worshipped across many traditions in Hinduism in a variety of perspectives. The stories of Krishna appear across a broad spectrum of Hindu philosophical and theological traditions. He is often depicted as an infant or young boy playing a flute or as a youthful prince giving direction and guidance. They portray him in various perspectives: a god-child, a prankster, a model lover, a divine hero, and the Supreme Being. Buddhism Buddhism is a religion and philosophy encompassing a variety of traditions, beliefs and practices, largely based on teachings attributed to the Buddha, or “the awakened one”. The Buddha lived and taught in the northeastern Indian subcontinent some time between the 6th and 4th centuries BCE. He is recognized by adherents as an awakened teacher who shared his insights to help sentient beings end suffering and achieve nirvana, and escape what is seen as a cycle of suffering and rebirth.
Two major branches of Buddhism are recognized: Theravada (“The School of the Elders”) and Mahayana (“The Great Vehicle”). Theravada— the oldest surviving branch—has a widespread following in Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia, and Mahayana is found throughout East Asia and includes the traditions of Pure Land, Zen, Nichiren Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Shingon, Tendai, and Shinnyo-en. While Buddhism remains most popular within Asia, both branches are now found throughout the world. Various sources put the number of Buddhists in the world at over a billion followers and possibly as many as 1.6 billion followers, making it one of the world’s largest religions and possibly the second largest religion if upper estimates are accurate. Low estimates of Buddhism tend to come from sources that exclude Chinese Buddhists and refuse to acknowledge that one can combine Buddhism with other beliefs such as Hinduism in Nepal, Jainism in India, Taoism in Chinese populations, primal-indigenous beliefs in Burma and Laos, and Shintoism in Japan. The foundations of Buddhist tradition and practice are the Three Jewels: the Buddha, the Dharma (the teachings), and the Sangha (the community). Taking “refuge in the triple gem” has traditionally been a declaration and commitment to being on the Buddhist path and in general distinguishes a Buddhist from a non-Buddhist. Other practices may include following ethical precepts, support of the monastic community, renouncing conventional living and becoming a monastic, meditation and mindfulness of higher wisdom and discernment, study of scriptures, devotional practices, ceremonies, and in the Mahayana tradition, invocation of buddhas and enlightened beings, who motivated by great compassion, have attained Buddhahood for the benefit of all sentient beings. Judaism Judaism is the “religion, philosophy, and way of life” of the Jewish people, though many aspects of Judaism have also directly or indirectly influenced secular Western ethics and civil law. Originating in the Hebrew Bible, Judaism is considered by Jews to be the expression of the covenantal relationship God developed with the Children of Israel. According to traditional Rabbinic Judaism, God revealed his laws and commandments to Moses on Mount Sinai in the form of both the Written and Oral Torah. This was historically challenged by the Karaites who maintained that only the Written Torah was revealed. Karaism is a Jewish movement characterized by the recognition of the written tradition, the Tanakh, alone as its supreme religious authority. It is distinct from Rabbinic Judaism which considers the interpretations of Jewish laws in the Oral law, Talmud, and subsequent works to be authoritative interpretations of the Tanakh. Karaite Jews do not accept as binding the written collections of the Oral tradition. When interpreting the
Tanakh, Karaites strive to adhere to the plain or most obvious meaning of the text; this is not necessarily the literal meaning, but rather the meaning that would have been naturally understood by the ancient Israelites when the books of the Tanakh were first written. Due to the tremendous changes in Jewish culture and religious practice over the past 4,000 years, the actual meaning may not be as easily understood as it once was in Biblical Israel, and must now be derived from textual clues such as language, and context. In contrast, Rabbinic Judaism relies on oral traditions handed down by rabbis and collected in the Talmud, and other sources, to reveal the original meaning of the Torah. Karaite Judaism holds every interpretation of the Tanakh to the same scrutiny regardless of its source, and teaches that it is the personal responsibility of every individual Jew to study the Torah and ultimately decide for themselves its correct meaning. Jews are an ethno-religious group that includes those born Jewish and converts to Judaism. In 2007, the world Jewish population was estimated at 13 million, of whom about 40% reside in Israel and 40% in the United States. The largest Jewish religious movements are Orthodox Judaism, Conservative Judaism and Reform Judaism. A major source of difference between these groups is their approach to Jewish law. Orthodox and Conservative Judaism maintain that Jewish law should be followed, with Conservative Judaism promoting a more “modern” interpretation of its requirements than Orthodox Judaism. Reform Judaism is generally more liberal than these other two movements, and its typical position is that Jewish law should be viewed as a set of general guidelines rather than as a list of restrictions whose literal observance is required of all Jews. Historically, special courts enforced Jewish law; today, these courts still exist but the practice of Judaism is mostly voluntary. Authority on theological and legal matters is not vested in any one person or organization, but in the sacred texts and the many rabbis and scholars who interpret these texts. Judaism is one of the oldest monotheistic religions, and the oldest to survive into the present day. Its texts, traditions and values have inspired later Abrahamic religions including Christianity, Islam and the Bahá’í Faith. Christianity Christianity, from the Greek word Khristos, (“Christ”) meaning “anointed one” is a monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth as presented in the New Testament. Christianity comprises three major branches: Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy (which parted ways with Catholicism in 1054 AD) and Protestantism (which came into existence during the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century).
Protestantism is further developed into smaller groups called denominations. Christians believe Jesus is the son of God, God having become human and the savior of humanity. Adherents of the Christian faith, known as Christians, believe that Jesus is the Messiah prophesied in the Hebrew Bible (the part of scripture common to Christianity and Judaism, and referred to as the “Old Testament” in Christianity). The foundation of Christian theology is expressed in the early Christian ecumenical creeds, which contain claims predominantly accepted by followers of the Christian faith. These professions state that Jesus suffered, died from crucifixion, was buried, and was resurrected from the dead to open heaven to those who believe in him and trust him for the remission of their sins (salvation). They further maintain that Jesus bodily ascended into heaven where he rules and reigns with God the Father. Most denominations teach that Jesus will return to judge all humans, living and dead, and grant eternal life to his followers. He is considered the model of a virtuous life, and both the revealer and physical incarnation of God. Christians call the message of Jesus Christ the Gospel (“good news”) and hence refer to the earliest written accounts of his ministry as gospels. Christianity began as a Jewish sect and is classified as an Abrahamic religion. Originating in the eastern Mediterranean, it quickly grew in size and influence over a few decades, and by the 4th century had become the dominant religion within the Roman Empire. During the Middle Ages most of the remainder of Europe was Christianized, with Christians also being a (sometimes large) religious minority in the Middle East, North Africa, and parts of India. Following the Age of Discovery through missionary work and colonization, Christianity spread to the Americas, Australasia, and the rest of the world. Christianity, therefore, is a major influence in the shaping of Western civilization. As of the early 21st century, Christianity has around 2.2 billion adherents. Christianity represents about a quarter to a third of the world's population and is the world’s largest religion. In addition, Christianity is the state of religion of several countries. Islam Islam is the monotheistic religion articulated by the Qur’an, a text considered by its adherents to be the verbatim word of God (Arabic: Allah), and by the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad’s teachings and normative example. Islam literally means “submission (to God)” and is comprised of primarily two denominations, the Sunni and Shi’a. Muslims, adherents of Islam, believe that God is one and incomparable and that the purpose of life is to worship God. They regard their religion as the completed and universal version of a primordial, monotheistic faith revealed at many times and places before, including, notably, to the prophets Abraham,
Moses and Jesus. Islamic tradition holds that previous messages and revelations have been changed and distorted over time. Religious practices include the Five Pillars of Islam, which are five obligatory acts of worship. Islamic law touches on virtually every aspect of life and society, encompassing everything from banking and warfare to welfare and the environment. About 13% of Muslims live in Indonesia, the largest Muslim country, 31% in the Indian Subcontinent, 20% in the Middle East and 15% in SubSaharan Africa. Sizable communities are also found in China and Russia, and parts of the Caribbean. Converts and immigrant communities are found in almost every part of the world. With about 1.57 billion Muslims comprising about 23% of the world’s population, Islam is the second-largest religion in the world, and arguably the world’s fastest growing religion. Born in 570 in the Arabian city of Mecca, Muhammad founded the religion of Islam and is regarded by Muslims as a messenger and prophet of God. Discontented with life in Mecca, he retreated to a cave in the surrounding mountains for meditation and reflection. According to Islamic beliefs it was here, at age 40, in the month of Ramadan, where he received his first revelation from God. Three years after this event Muhammad started preaching these revelations publicly, proclaiming that “God is One”, that complete “surrender” to Him is the only way acceptable to God, and that he himself was a prophet and messenger of God, in the same vein as other Islamic prophets before him. The revelations which Muhammad reported receiving until his death form the verses of the Qur’an, regarded by Muslims as the “Word of God” and around which the religion is based. Besides the Qur’an, Muhammad’s life and traditions are also upheld by Muslims. They discuss Muhammad and other prophets of Islam with reverence, adding the phrase peace be upon him whenever their names are mentioned. While conceptions of Muhammad in medieval Christendom and pre-modern times were largely negative, appraisals in modern history have been far less so. He is revered as a true prophet and Manifestation of God in the Bahá’í Faith. The Bahá’í Faith The Bahá’í Faith is a monotheistic religion founded by Bahá’u’lláh in nineteenth-century Persia, emphasizing the spiritual unity of all humankind. There are an estimated five to six million Bahá’ís around the world in more than 200 countries and territories. In the Bahá’í Faith, religious history is seen to have unfolded through a series of divine messengers, each of whom established a religion that was suited to the needs of the time and the capacity of the people. These messengers have included Abraham, the Buddha, Jesus, Muhammad, and others, and most recently the Bahá’u’lláh. In Bahá’í belief, each consecutive messenger
prophesied of messengers to follow, and Bahá’u’lláh’s life and teachings fulfilled the end time promises of previous scriptures. Humanity is understood to be in a process of collective evolution, and the need of the present time is for the gradual establishment of peace, justice and unity on a global scale. Totemism Totemism is a religious belief that is frequently associated with shamanistic religions. A totem is any supposed entity that watches over or assists a group of people, such as a family, clan, or tribe, and an animal or other natural figure spiritually represents the group. At the core of Totemism is the study of all human religious expression, intrinsically founded in the relationship to a group. The human thought processes of the clan guide the examination of the physical and psychological similarities between the clan and the totemic animal, and the empirical and rational interest the clan had in preserving the species by identifying the totem as “good to eat”. Totemistic beliefs are not limited to Native Americans. Similar totem-like beliefs have been historically present in societies throughout much of the world, including Africa, Asia, Australia, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, and the Arctic polar region. Animism Animism is a philosophical, religious or spiritual idea that souls and spirits exist not only in humans but also in animals, plants, rocks, natural phenomena such as thunder, geographic features such as mountains or rivers, or other entities of the natural environment. Animism is particularly widely found in the religions of indigenous peoples, although it is also found in Shinto, and some forms of Hinduism, Sikhism, Pantheism, and Neo-paganism. Spiritualism Spiritualism is a monotheistic belief system or religion, postulating a belief in God, and in communicating with the spirits of discarnate humans. Spiritualists believe that spirit mediums are humans gifted to do this, often through séances. They believe that spirits are capable of growth and perfection, progressing through higher spheres or planes. The afterlife is not a static place, but one in which spirits evolve. The two beliefs—that contact with spirits is possible, and that spirits may lie on a higher plane— lead to a third belief, that spirits can provide knowledge about moral and ethical issues, as well as about God and the afterlife. Thus many members speak of spirit guides—specific spirits, often contacted, relied upon for worldly and spiritual guidance.
The beliefs of Spiritualism vary among groups though they share certain beliefs. Hinduism shares with Spiritualism a belief in the existence of the soul after death and also the belief of ghosts or spirits. In the Jewish faith, Spiritualism is strictly forbidden by the religious texts. As for Christianity, the great majority of Spiritualists do not accept that the death of Jesus Christ on the cross was to pay for all of mankind's sins. Instead, they believe that each individual is personally responsible and has to answer for all his own thoughts, words and deeds after death upon his return to the spirit realms. Animist faiths, with a tradition of Shamanism and spirit contact, are similar to Spiritualism. Unlike animists, Spiritualists speak of the spirits of dead humans and do not espouse a belief in spirits of trees, springs, or other natural features. Within Islam, certain traditions consider communication with spirits possible. Additionally, the concept of Tawassul recognizes the existence of Good Spirits on a Higher Plane of existence closer to God, and thus able to intercede on behalf of humanity. Spiritism, a branch of Spiritualism, is found in mostly Latin American countries, and emphasizes the reincarnation of the soul. Vodun Vodun is a traditional Polytheistic organized religion of coastal West Africa, from Nigeria to Ghana. It is distinct from the various traditional animistic religions in the interiors of these same countries, as well as from various religions with often similar names of the African Diaspora in the New World, such as Haitian Vodou, the similar Vudu of the Dominican Republic, CandomblĂŠ JejĂŠ in Brazil which uses the term Vodum, Louisiana Voodoo, and SanterĂa in Cuba, which are syncretized with Christianity and the traditional religions of the Kongo people of Congo and Angola. Vodun cosmology centers around the vodun, spirits and other elements of divine essence which govern the Earth. Vodun has a single divine Creator, and all of creation is considered divine, and therefore contains the power of the divine. This is a concept vital to medicine, such as herbal remedies. There are a hierarchy of lesser creations, the vodun, which range in power from major deities governing the forces of nature and human society to the spirits of individual streams, trees, and rocks, the more impressive of which may be considered sacred. God does not trifle with the mundane, so the vodun are the centre of religious life. It is often believed that it is these aspects of the religion, similar in many ways to the Trinity and the intercession of saints and angels, which made Vodun so compatible with Christianity. Patterns of worship follow various dialects, gods, practices, songs, and rituals. In Vodun, the practice of offering an animal sacrifice is common as a way to show respect and thankfulness to the gods. Worshippers also believe in ancestor worship and hold the idea that the spirits of the dead
live side by side in the world of the living. Contrary to its reputation, Vodun did not develop to be used for evil, despite the dark side to Vodun practice. Sorcerers and sorceresses called Botono are believed to cast hexes on the enemies of supplicants. The Botono claim to call upon evil Voodoo spirits to bring misfortune or harm to a single person or a group, while in effect silently serving as conduits through which another realizes “karmic debt”. Vodun has many Deities to which they attribute characteristics. Contrary to modern beliefs and preconceived notions, Voodoo is a Monotheistic religion; there is One God with many helpers (Orishas). Eshu is the divine messenger deity who transfers and relays messages between the human world and the world of the Orishas. He is depicted as a very dark, short man who carries a large staff. He is commonly associated with having a pipe, candy, or his fingers in his mouth. He is the one who is said to be the mediator between the gods and the living and maintain a balance in order, peace and communication. Atheism Atheism is the rejection of belief in the existence of deities. The term atheism originated from the Greek atheos, meaning “without gods”, which was applied with a negative connotation to those thought to reject the gods worshipped by the larger society. With the spread of free thought, skeptical inquiry, and subsequent increase in criticism of religion, application of the term narrowed in scope. The first individuals to identify themselves as “atheist” appeared in the 18th century. Today, about 2.3% of the world's population describes itself as atheist, while a further 11.9% is described as nonreligious. Between 64% and 80% of Japanese describe themselves as atheists, agnostics, or non-believers. Forty-five per cent of Germans believe in God, and a quarter in Jesus Christ. The percentage of atheists and other non-believers in European Union member states ranges as low as single digits in Malta, Poland, Romania, Cyprus and some other countries, and up to 85% in Sweden, 80% in Denmark, 72% in Norway, and 60% in Finland. Atheists tend to lean towards skepticism regarding supernatural claims, citing a lack of empirical evidence. Atheists have offered several rationales for not believing in any deity. These include the problem of evil, the argument from inconsistent revelations, and the argument from nonbelief. The problem of evil is the question of how to explain the world’s moral and natural evils (acts, events or states that bring about or constitute suffering, loss, privation and injustice) if there exists a deity that is omnibenevolent, omnipotent, and omniscient. The argument from inconsistent revelations asserts that it is unlikely that God exists because many theologians and faithful adherents have conflicting and mutually exclusive revelations. Since a person not privy to revelation must either
accept it or reject it based solely upon the authority of its proponent, and there is no way for a mere mortal to resolve these conflicting claims by investigation, it is prudent to reserve one’s judgment. The argument from nonbelief states that if God existed (and wanted humanity to know it), he would have brought about a situation in which everyone reasonable believed in him; however there are unbelievers and reasonable unbelievers, and therefore this weighs against God’s existence. Other arguments for atheism range from the philosophical to the social to the historical. Although some atheists tend toward secular philosophies, there is no one ideology or set of behaviors to which all atheists adhere. In Western culture, atheists are frequently assumed to be exclusively irreligious or unspiritual. However, atheism also figures in certain religious and spiritual belief systems, such as Jainism, some forms of Buddhism that do not advocate belief in gods, and Hinduism that holds atheism to be valid but difficult to follow spiritually. A-Theism A-Theism is a philosophy of life that relies on reason to move an individual and a civilization forward in Love, Joy, and Peace. While traditional atheism limits its perspective to religion, A-Theism embraces a lifestyle of reason in every aspect of the human experience. Adherents to A-Theism, called A-Theists, or reasonable people, reject the notion of an external God in the same way as they reject the notion of Zeus and do not reasonably believe they are any more evil because of a change in name. ATheists reject all man-made doctrines and believe in the collective power of “I” to reasonably set up their creed that states,
I believe in what we know. I believe in the disciplines that we have set up in our societies that have studied our surroundings and us, and I live fundamentally according to what we’ve learned. I educate myself as best I can on any given subject enough to formulate reasonable opinions. I objectively analyze all information and situations I experience before me and see no logical reason to believe in any thing without evidence. I derive my morality from past mistakes of each generation and strive to honor the principles of love, joy, and peace to the best of my ability in order to make the world a better place for future generations. Now, must I believe that this is only possible through Jesus Christ, the virgin born Jewish prophet who rose from the dead after sacrificing his life for my sins and the sins of all future generations, who, if not accepted, will doom me to spend eternity among Satan in the Pits of Hell? ***
The challenge facing the sincerely religious is in transferring their fervor for imaginary gods to the principles they purport based on Truth. In Society, something is either true or not true, when objectively analyzed, and cannot be true for you just because you believe it and not true for me because I do not. Society cannot survive with traditional God as its Absolute Ruler because God’s doctrine is subject to interpretation, not fact. If God’s doctrine relies on faith, how can such a doctrine rule the world, and how could anyone ever reasonably think that it could? The difference between Faith and Truth is that while Faith revels in its unquestionable and baseless belief in gods, Truth withstands analysis and prevails in reigning supreme and absolute. If the omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent God cannot withstand objective analysis, then that God is not True, and Faith is irrelevant. The false Doctrine of Religion has very cunningly set up diabolical ways to deal with anything that threatens it…all of them fabrications of our brain. You will know the Doctrine is True because while it opposes the Doctrine of Religion, it does not take the form of its conceived enemy. No diabolical enemy of God would ever purport living by principles such as Love and Joy and Peace. These principles have been constructed within Man’s Doctrine of Religion as the anti-thesis of the Enemy. But while the Doctrine of Truth could not be a tool in the hands of the scriptural enemy of God, it is, in fact, traditional God’s biggest threat of all. Only the Doctrine of Truth provides the perspective that awakens Man, and aligns in Time with all of Creation, leading to his Salvation. Religion’s simple purpose was, within each Space and Time, in helping Man discern between the forces of Good and Evil. Reason raises consciousness to a realm beyond Religion that tells that Earth is perfecting on its course of natural selection. The time would come regardless then that Reason would win in the end and Earth is who is in Deed in charge to change its course in Time. Apart from Reason, a paradigm doubles on the other side of Truth, attracting Distraction by living with Principles that created a life perceived to be in what many have called Sin. The Devil is whose name we blamed Distraction for for mixing Truth with Lie. Doubt was born on this other side and lead to Fear and Guilt, and Worry, doubling the vision for Peace over Time with glimpses of Truth within it. Three Demons were they that formed this Evil that sought to further terrorize with the Fear of Religion, the Guilt of Greed, and the obsessive Worry of Oppression. The Harlot of False Doctrine, who succeeded for an Age, used her lure to defile Man with Chaos and Confusion. Reason alone is what will make Truth’s paradigm be visible to the Mind in Man, who some have called Third Eye. Third Eye is He who gave the name of God to Source, and many other names do still
abound among us. His vision is in fundamental form that calls Distraction what it is, and serves to spare his master further torture. Vision sees Thought connect us now to witness form the building blocks that base us in Telepathy. Word, while it follows, says what is, and Action shortly acts in Line with Reason’s Motive and Tone. Two jewels of Reason are these that combine in one Reality that at one Time, two Eyes only barely both perceived It. However Thought perceived before, Third Eye sees its Right View now, and every other Wrong is perceived in Thought by Right’s Time. Your Vision is seen equal now by All who will unite in Time aligned with Thought to create a World where no more Word will lead You to a higher Evolution in Deed where Reason controls both Sex and Role and Destiny is Perfection, and you will perceive in every Thing a Purpose and Peace that leads you to your Perfect State of Being. In the beginning, the Source created Heaven and Dreams and Earth, so the State of Dreams would guide in Inspiration toward Survival, and Earth in Reason would mirror the Work in the Highest State of Heaven. Heaven aligned the Orbs in Time, reasoned to Perfection, to create on Earth a Space that relied on the children of Adam and Eve to reason. Adam means the Mind in Man, the one aligned in Time. With Eve, the second to distract, created a Sub to Consciousness, confusing Man with Doctrines False, apart from Truth on High and more and more from under deep inside the Pit of Hell. Their children they are works of Man, both those of Truth and not, who gave to bare whatever Lot would hold them. Once further down the line of Truth the people rose to spring to life the lonely Rose of Sharon. But for the rest that made Him live chose the cross to see His pain and gave of their life for anyone to bold them. These have been the Days of our Lives, scribed ahead of each in Time in starring roles that chose outside of judgment to guide the lesser reasoned evolved in Time, just as they were meant to be. Our History’s Play frames for Earth a Role that exists in Exchange of Idea, where Essence and Product universally share the final scenes that evolve us into a blank State of Perfection. With Reason in Deed now, the State of Dreams is suspended in the Coming Age, and Heaven and Earth will be as One in Reason. Then Heaven’s Eye will prophesy the identity of the Beast to be Man’s System on Earth as Six Six Six in Unity, Harmony, and Balance. Babel then will once again restore One Tongue among Us. The Tongue and Tone of Reason alone combine to create in us the Whole that impassions Love and Joy and Peace in us Brothers and Sisters of Consciousness. Experienced both through Suffering and Joy, in Religion, Greed, and Oppression, we, the People, learned for Ourselves what Truth was meant to be. The Burden of Suffering is ended again and Time in time calls us now to join the Collective in Joy who care to move in the groove of
its Flow. Like Strangers in Sync, we anticipate these Ones onto the scene, who will join with us to finish the Work to restore Man’s broken Mind, and Compassion alone ties those who don’t perceive it yet in Kind. In Reason then is Time in charge and would not be controlled or told if or when the Space will change for One who elects to patiently prove the Process of Perfection. Upon the shift in Polar Age, Time turned Reason back again and rent the Mind in Two. Sub-Conscious Mind, in tune with Time, would share its Time with the other side of the paradigm of Truth. Conscious Mind raised on this side higher through the seven stages of Fire, Earth, War, Water, Salvation, and Enlightenment, transcending us into Destined Perfection, our seventh and final stage. Time went around in Circle by Age, when we were what we reasoned and conceived for us in every Age to be. Time slowly moved outside of Reason to stifle Progress, leaving Distraction’s Find behind to grow to be its Bore. Now once in Reason, Time in Speed will then be pressing forward toward His promising progressive Peace to score, where Science will in Constant check and balance the UnKnown, so Fine’s Line will stay clear of Fiction, and Labor’s Fruit will no more be in Vain. Entertainment will lose its reason to be and teach us the Work of our own by Day, while the one by Night surely belongs to the marvelous magic of Mushroom and burning bush of Mary Jane. Reason and Reiki will work together Hand in Hand to lead us to the Sea again to re-create the Paradise once compromised by Death. Mighty in Measure and in Mind, evolved in form near the Sea, we are Atlantis, the first in Nature to be inspired by Telepathy. Returning again to Perfection are we, born again in Generations of Three where Two in One can only be what is Norm to me. One half is Male and the other Female, split in Part in Sex and Role. Role and Sex will now emerge from the subText in Time and Terms of Endearment will guide One another in the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The Father who represents the Light shines Beauty on the Son, granting Power to the Spirit through the Breath of Inner Ohm. The Tone of Ohm that dwells within did vibrate higher in consciousness in the Collective over Time, to when the Ohm respires in Line, Two by Two, in Three, will be as One Male and One Female, squared and dually paired, for future Ones to learn Grace and Favor in the Way, the Truth, and the Life. The Compass now will point to Balance in the quiet Source of Light as the Mind known as Father God unites with the Body of Mother Earth and Beauty pairs with Order, betrothing Power with Abundance. The Trinity of Truth in One are we, dually paired in the number Three, destined over Time to be united all as One. Embrace the Doctrine of Truth, dear ones, through Education by reason of Objective Analysis based upon your personal pursuit of Principle. In reality, we are meant only to be Truth’s
Trinity called as Angels of Light to Education, Bearers of Beauty in Objective Analysis, and Provers of the Almighty Power of Principle. On Day Eleven of Month Nine in Year Ten of the Time of Transition, the real Battle for Truth begins to seize the Peace that was sacrificed when Truth was not accepted. When Ten and Ten combine in Fundamental Twenty Ten, the Doctrine of Greed will finally fall in restoration of the System. The first Twenty-five of two will reveal Oppression’s Doctrine in Month Eleven when Power will begin its transfer to the Reasonable amongst us. The Book will conclude on the twice-blessed day, the TwentyFifth in the Month of Twelve, when the fourth and final gift of Truth will be born in the form of Doctrine. By Inspiration, the Book will be fine-tuned to the frequency of Reason, and scribed by the Evolved who would keep Its Truths and Flow over Time. We are Four, the Scribes, the fulfillment of the inspired prophecy of an Age, who are come in this Time for none other than the full restoration of Man. I am the Father, the Tuner of Religion, and the One in charge of Love. The Son is what is Soul in Man, the One who will tune Greed, who by Inspiration charges Joy to the Daughter in the form of a Dove. The Holy Spirit who is the One misunderstood by most gives Oppression’s Tuner to carry the charge of Peace to every host. The Ohm is the Tone of Reason who in Judgment Absolute, sits above the former Three with vision to tune the Truth. Now the Light of Love, with Beauty in the Eyes beholding Joy, give Peace the Power to reign in Truth, as Religion is cleansed by White’s Light, Greed is adorned by Brown’s Beauty and Oppression is paled by the authority previously vested in Black’s Power. The Company of Twelve will testify to the Consciousness on High, and make manifest the destined First Family in the Age of Reason. One Race are we, in Balance meant to be, free of Money, and reasoned in Three who look to the Zona Verde to grow in Life’s Style of Mind and Body. Shiva’s Star will point to live experience in Beauty and Order by penning down what really means the guilty Doctrine of Greed. First in Line came Power who will carry with Abundance back the new and improved agenda of the illustrious House of White by writing the meaning of Oppression down so no place has it. Last but by no means the Least, Theophilus is he who will scribe the Doctrine, the blessed and respected one of Truth. Within the resident House of Prayer, the Force that conspired through Time to lead Three Wise from East to West to Mid Earth guided by the Star will again behold in Line with Time the beloved evolved in the Consciousness of Reason. The more he asked the more he knew and everything was known to him in Fundamental Form. The form is big as building blocks that move in line and circle time for centuries more or less confined in Time. The more he stored the more he bored and nature grew to teach him newly
lessons. The Savior is for all who want the walk with many lessons of Hope and Fear, and all the other Fundamental Terms can follow. It is in the natural vein of Man to attract and confine Time. Reason pulls the strongest on the Time to come to keep the Faith that leads to another Home, the one in which America shines so brightly for in Hope. He who wants a moment more will then pay dearly for it. To whom much has been given then, that much is required to be the prime example based for all in Love and Joy and Peace. Be careful to practice what you preach and then arise mighty nations and soldiers of Reason to spread the good news and make the right change, joining with the hundreds of thousands of us who are beginning to awaken in Time. Raise your perspective over Time and Space until you reach the heights to be the blessed Trinity of Truth. Because the Truth is One to render other Doctrines void, I, in Love and Joy and Peace deduce the Doctrine of Truth shall be the only one I live and breathe upon my earthly Home. Which doctrine then will you choose now and when? Then, finally when you are awake, you will truly marvel at the natural majesty of Earth’s sunrise and her sunset. You will truly marvel at the simple complexity of nature and how all things evolve. You will truly marvel at the culinary and medicinal properties of our planet’s plants. You will truly marvel at how the evolution of the brain has made of Man a steward, not a master over species. You will truly marvel at the perfect course of history and communication, supported by the proofs within the sciences and mathematics. You will truly marvel at the inspiration found in our music, art, architecture, literature, and design. You will truly marvel at the natural beauty and majesty of all our planet’s people, and the wonders we have accomplished and will continue on to do to become a reasonably civilized civilization. Invisible People, Rise up! Invisible Nations, Stand and Defend Truth! Reason with Its Rhetoric and Tenor Its Tone. Proclaim the doctrine that leads to Peace, the messianic Doctrine of Truth, for until it is “In Truth we trust”, we will never be united in Peace. Finis ***
We all come and we all go, respecting the world around us, appreciating beauty even if we do not produce it ourselves, interacting with strangers and providing help, however fleeting, and understanding that lives, short and long, create the collective whole of history wherein the complex years of experiences that make you you, lie in us all in One. Author Unknown (1963 - )