posted on Sep, 15 2014 @ 05:44 AM
a reply to: gorsestar
Thats cool that you attend their meetings. What do you do there? Is it like a church, or just lectures, do you discuss?
I've read through the beginning of Kinleys book Elohim, and he makes it very clear that he was given this vision, and he takes credit very often. I
agree he did get some good stuff. It just troubles me to see someone with 3rd heaven experiences glorifying themselves.
I also have an aversion to his sacred name stuff. I feel that is missing out on the point. That is inner court thinking IMO, but just because he
received the vision does not mean all his thinking was transformed.
I've also read Heiser, not about qodesh though, could you point me to specifics please? Heiser has done great work, but again I don't agree with
all his conclusions, not that I always will with anyone. I see these things as archetypes and patterns, not as literal beings. And the changing
deities as our evolving view of God as the veils are removed. This is where I part ways with Kinsley also on interpretation of the visions.
I'm not trying to knock these guys down, I just see things a bit differently. There are multiple levels of interpretation, and for me the Sod or
mystical level is the only real importance. I just don't see much use for the literal level, which Heiser and Kinsley tend toward. For me Qodesh is
our Soul. The female principle, that accepts the Seed/Sun from the Father, which then produces the Son. The unveiling of the Sons of God is all
about that process.
Thanks for your comments, and I'd like to know more about that group. I like a lot of what he says, and know that my feelings about the idolatrous
nature of the group may be unfounded. Its just my spidey sense going off. I'd love to be wrong.