posted on Oct, 28 2007 @ 08:42 AM
reply to post by Skyfloating
Nothing is as it appears. Vadar could aalso be the "Jealous God' and Luke (Lucifer) who see the truth about the 'god". There eare a numbe rof
p[assages in the Bible (esp Old Test) that reveal 'God's' insecuritis and , obviously, violent ways- revenge is best served cold?
So Who really is 'light ' and who is 'dark' The ultimate lesson is stories of Good & evil/ light & dark, is that they are the two sides of a coin,
You will never comprehend light if you lived in the dark. You could not comprehend evil unless you have witnessed it's effects.
I'm sure George Lucas used both personal & ancient symbolism- He's telling an ancient story regarding mankind- of course you reach back through our
history and add some personal touches . The debate as to why the symbolism was used is a great example who this are more complicated then merely good
or evil/ Yin or yang. It's the Osmosis that occurs when the two meet that we must be cognizant of. Good intentions can lead to evil deeds (Catholic
church) as well as Evil intentions can lead to unforeseen benefits(9/11- brought US & the World together.) but again our goal to make th eworld safer
has made it more unstable and dangerous. Nothing is black & white, just varying shades of grey.
Thats why so many want to tell others how to act- their stacking the deck towards their philosophy's dominance (When Religion Goes Bad)
Is ther Pure Evil and Pure Divine? We're not that lucky to have such elemental differentiations- we must stay diligent in our mental gymnastics and
our abilitiy to truly fully analyze a situation using our best judgement.