a reply to: WhiteWingedMonolith
While I agree generally with your beautifully presented view, there are a few things that not you, but god(s) didn't take care to answer so far.
IF the afterlife is the only fulfillment of the human destiny, that multiplied on billion human scale, means nothing else than the demise of humanity
as a race. I cannot agree with that less. Although not perfect, not yet, humanity has its role. Otherwise it wouldn't be created in first place.
The idea (not presented by you) of reincarnated souls who have grosly sinned in previous lives and now receive that unhappy dwelling on that prison
planet as recompense and spiritual growth, has indeed some logic in it. But it is hardly opposed by the main monotheistic religions. And after all, if
that was the case, I'd like to know my previous sins for which I suffer all my life without doing anything so grossly wrong. The lists of sins
presented by churches are laughable, with the exception of the imperative moral norms that are equal to everybody regardless of religion: do not kill,
do not steal, etc.
It seems the earth reaches to the next fllod-like event, I agree with you. May be this time not natural but human made. Who gave the nukes to the
barbarians of WW1 and WW2 (first given to the post WW1 Nazi Germans), if not aliens who wanted we have the means of our mass suicide as a human race
If as a result of all that (and more) the gods lose the population on earth, they may run into a serious problem. Because they created someone (be it
the story of Adam and Noah, or be it a different story) and that someone failed to fulfill the expectations. Moreover, surely there is a galactic,
universe responsibility of those who create new life (as the Anunaki did). I.e. you can't just create less than acceptable level of consciousness
beings and let them mine gold or whatever, and wipe them out everytime they didn't behave on grand scale. Is this is the law of the galaxy, I doubt
it. Perhaps our gene predecessors (Anunaki) are responsible on level we do not really comprehend.
That being said, we do not deserve punishment rather compensation for all evil that has been brought to that prison planet from outside, and that has
been playing with our souls and bodies, divided into camps, nations, religions. If that evil finally wins, so bigger would be the guilt of those who
Still, there are people who will want to OPT OUT of that dirty game and find better "new heaven and new earth" as the apostle says. Whether that will
happen via end times second coming, or in another way (if the books failed to record the real way out, due to controlled censorship over every line
written down, by those same overlords)....we are still to figure it out.
It is easy to think of separation of soul from body as resolution of all problems, and that will ultimately happen to every person, regardless if he
lives 30, 80, 200, or some say 1000 or more years. It is difficult to make that life that we are given to live in that body, to bring a good fruit for
ourselves and for the wider universe. By now it is clear it is not the fault of the majority of 7 bln people, 2 bln of whom are under the age of
So be they gods or ET, they run into a real trouble if they do not offer some more sensible assistance in the months to come. Indeed they postponed
the nuclear war for decades, but if it is all they did for a planet destined to die, it is not something they could be proud of before the supreme
being the Creator of the Universe. From Christian point of view, if the teaching of beatitudes would bring after some 1980 years nuclear clouds after
mass starvation on a planet that has been preached to the gospels for centuries, what the hell we are talking about? It is a gross failure of any idea
of redemption in first place. Christ didn't come to kill us all, but to die for us so we can live. If we use only spiritual terms to qualify what God
"wanted" to bring but how "irresponsible and ill-will" the humans were, we run into irrelevancy. It wouldn't matter anymore for the real world our
bodies live in, such kind of teaching that requires blind faith into something that would be never proven before one's death.
The play with the fire of hell is a sinister move of people who apparently brought hellish fires on earth in middle ages and beyond. If that is not
reversed, decisively and speedy, we remain without any other spiritual compass than the one to be offered by those who bring the second Noah's ark,
with the hope we are among the few selected ones. Noah's ark might be in a form of landed floating cities who will offer a new kind of life in our
current bodies, to fulfill the destiny we were created for in first place. It doesn't need to incinerate the earth, if there are people who understand
what it means to be human. Again, there are quite many of them, if we count the 2 bln under the age of 10, who are not guilty of anything, not even of
the so called original sin, that Christ wiped out, as theologians say.
Let they define better when they lied to us, and what Christ do they preach to us. The one who saves humanity in its human form He himself received,
or the one who condemns humanity as evil by nature. I don't believe in the second type of Christ, that would be more appropriate to be called the
anti-christ kind of personage. Unfortunately, many if not all book writers of the past accented on that punitive christianity that wages wars if not
Muslim jihad in the name of a god that is not exactly all peace and love. That comes atop of our today's understanding of the presence of aliens with
not so friendly agendas who could be traced back millenia. If those aliens, and not the good ones, advice religions and we accept wbout what kind of
Christ (or Mohammad, or Buddha) we should believe in, it becomes a run into the abyss. It is apparent every religion in its historical development
suffered from such negative spiritual entities who wanted to convert it for their own goals.
We need a new understanding of the religions we believe in.
I believe in Christianity but not because of bunch of rules never ever talked about
by Jesus Christ. But because of Jesus Christ as the prince of peace and love. Another one would believe in Mohammad as a prophet of peace and not a
prophet of destruction. Still another one would believe in Buddha whose teaching of peace and love may have found more sincere followers than those of
the Abrahamic religions. All those people will be honest in their beliefs, and would accept God's plan of love and salvation when it finally reveals.
Those who say, antichrist and one world religion, let they think what exact image of the antichrist they envision. Because it seems to me the
centuries-old screwed religious understandings, plus the now revealed evil alien agenda, have already brought that anti-christ among the churches and
the world. There is no need for another one, in order to have armageddon fire every next day and hour. It is a sick christianity and religion. It is
not the uplifting teaching of spirit and body that Jesus and the other prophets gave to humanity. Because the humanity is not created to be
annihilated but to bring fruit worthy for the name "homo sapience" or in religious terms "created in the image of God".
That image should be
perfected and ultimately immortal, and if it is not still, it will be.
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