posted on Sep, 3 2016 @ 06:06 PM
a reply to: luciferslight
I forgot to address these parts in my last post:
One thing he says about the tribe of Judah is that the tribe's number, is actually the same number of the speed of light.
I might be mistaken, but the Tribe of Judah was told to us to be 74 600. How does that number, if correct, relate to the speed of light in any way?
Anf talks about how the bible is a book about meditation.
From my *personal gnosis* and through being weighed empirically, the Bible to me is a book that explains manifesting (via the importance of invoking
faith and divine imagination) along with how to achieve various states of consciousness. For me, the Bible was not meant to be interpreted as literal,
historical, biographical, or cosmological factual accounts, but instead was meant to be interpreted through an understanding of the allegorical
meanings (symbols). I interpret each character, place and thing in all religions (not just Bible scripture) as the personification of psychological
That's just my understanding. If others have a different personal interpretation of it all, even if it's sophisticated interpretations and philosophy,
despite having no empirical means to base their beliefs or philosophy on - then that is cool as well. However, most people who try to force their
version of religion or metaphysics onto others (write books, create internet videos, twitter accounts, life coaching websites, etc) usually do so
because they haven't really seen the fruits of their beliefs for themselves throughout life. They do so as means to validate their own beliefs and
make a buck off insight that hasn't really served them well.
Also, some people do *freely* share their understanding of what has benefited them in life simply out of goodwill every now and then and usually don't
care if others accept it or not because it has no affect on their own personal lives. They simply speak their own truth regardless.
Meditation is no exception in his talks, as he explains how to achieve it and how it is explained in the bible.
It is explained in the Bible quite simply:
Psalm 46:10: He says, "Be still, and know
that I am God; I will be exalted
among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth."
Read it in first person...
edit on 3-9-2016 by Involutionist because: Grammar and punctuation SUCKS!