posted on Sep, 29 2008 @ 01:26 PM
I know it sounds weird but I've been a firm believer in this religion for quite some time. Basically Neo-Creationism teaches that certain "truths"
of science were in fact influenced by God. (e.g. God did not create the universe but he did cause the 'big bang')
So here's the gist of it...
For one thing, all of the texts in the bible are still widely practiced, only now, there are other books or "gospels" that were not in the original
bible. These are also added to the bible (although it is thought the original writings are locked in a safe somewhere in the Vatican). Some of these
texts include gospels and teachings given by Jesus, Noah, and many other biblical characters whose stories were told from another man's point of
view. The Neo-Creationist bible (although hard to find) is actually easier to understand and not so cryptic in its writing. It makes it very straight
forward in knowing "God says this" from just trying to guess. The Christian bible is hard to understand because of how much writing is missing from
Next, there are some differences between regular Christianity and Neo- Creationism. Neo-Creationism teaches that there are several truths not being
taken by the Christian faith. Many of these are so "out there" it's pretty obvious why they were left out, but I believe them nonetheless.
1. Jesus did not die on the cross. (WOW! I should be killed for saying this) He made it appear that he was dead, being that he was sent from Heaven to
teach the word of God, he was immortal and simply stopped breathing to give the appearance that he was dead. As for the Ascention and the rock that
supposedly closed him in his tomb there are no definite beliefs about how he escaped his temporary prison.
2. God isn't the only one hearing your prayers. 90% of the time he/she doesn't even listen. There is a council of 144,000 angels in Heaven who
listen to a majority of the prayers we make. Your "thanks for this food" and watch over me when I sleep" prayers are usually never heard by the big
guy. God answers prayers where miracles are needed, so if you crash your car in the middle of nowhere and you're slowly bleeding to death, he/she's
got your back; but if you just want him/her to send you a little luck on your science midterm you're probably going to be heard by someone else.
3. God is an elected office in Heaven. Like being president here on Earth, you can be God when you get to Heaven. To do so you have to be part of the
council of 144,000 but you still have a chance once you get there.
4. Heaven and Hell have 3 levels. In heaven you have your basic spirit world after death, when you've been a good soul but not good enough to warrant
Saintship you go the the spirit world to become a Guide and earn your wings before going to Heaven. The second level is Guardian Angels, all angels
must be Guardians before being eligible to join the 3rd level; which is having a seat on the council of 144,000.
The 3 levels of Hell are different, first is what you may call Purgatory (in Neo-Creationism this place has no name) you're there for a little while
and then kicked back to Earth for another try at going to Heaven. Next is what is regularly considered Heaven to the Satanists, they get to help
punish the spirits of the damned in the 3rd level... HELL... which is the land of fire, brimstone, and eternal punishment.
Those are the basics... you asked me to place my beliefs on the table so here they are. For you devouts, you understand why I'm so uncertain about
telling everything after reading what beliefs I have and why they're so different.