reply to post by Eleleth
Interesting question indeed Eleleth. I dont dare put a name of God, so I would say that Ra might of been the the level of God that the Egyptians were
able to understand. I think our relation to the ALL is and has been , evolving. I think our getting to know this God is a process and it takes
thousands of yrs to evolve our spirit bodies enough to understand the nature of God.
I do not think Ra was an archeon....but, I also do not think we have a pure idea of what Ra really stood for or meant to the people. I think it got
distorted, just as the same as many other times the consciousness of mankind distorts itself, God becomes distorted also. So we see God move through
the consciousness of mankind over time. I believe that there were archeons 'rulers' who did possess Egypt, but in my opinion, God allows these
archeons, giving us the balance of 2 different natures.....so we learn to weigh these two natures....in result, learning there is a pure righteous
nature that does not rule, it only IS.
Ra represent a true source of light in our world....the sun. Our planets only reflect the suns light, producing false lights. This is how I think Thee
is working with us, showing us things through nature. Showing us, without the true light, nothing would reflect light. I think Ra came to the
consciousness of man when man was able to begin to understand symbolism....
And, we have evolved from this. We have evolved from understanding that even though the sun is magnificent and Almighty surely, it was symbolism for
us to begin to understand something. Now, we talk of 'lights' and invisible lights that pertain to the spirit, spark ect.....we have evolved from
the God within the Sun, to understanding, surely the Sun is not the full encompassment of God, because God is within all things that hold life.
I believe that Ra was a time of mankind's consciousness to began to work out this mystery of energy that the Egyptians felt and knew there were
forces that they could not explain. It makes sense that they would relate this unknown force of energy to the Sun....even though they might have not
understand the whole symbolism.
I dont have a for sure direct answer of yes or no....it is something that I try to weigh and measure with the nature of righteousness.....which I
believe is love, unity and compassion. Many great teachings came from Egypt.....I think for sure, there are traces of The Almighty Supreme one being
When man lives for riches and pride of themselves or their land....this consciousness of God becomes polluted. I think this has happened many times
over in this world.....but for a reason.
I think when we try to name God, this itself, begins the pollution of our consciousness about Thee. Only through us seeking our righteous nature, and
trying to live it...we then clean the polluted view of Thee and see what nature is of Thee.
I very much believe though....that for a time, the Egyptians were given a open channel of Thee dwelling with them. I also believe, this is why Yahweh
was so successful in making those believe that 'God' was leaving Egypt to dwell with new men....now that Egypt was corrupting the Righteous
consciousness. But Thee never leaves any land. Like the Sun, Thee always is shining, but we might choose to not see Thee.
I think this is why we see Egypt being referred to so much in the Bible. So yes, I do believe God dwelt there with Egypt, but it was man that fogged
this consciousness. I dont think God left Egypt...but man made us think Thee left Egypt. I believe that the line of David is a Egyptian bloodline. I
believe that the idea of trinity, circumcisions, and knowledge of the ARK all came out of Egypt. By the time circumcisions and the Ark was created,
the consciousness had been distorted and we see man trying to box God with powers that were not righteous in their nature.
When the Egyptians began to worship the Sun, I believe the distortion began...and also with giving God a name. Still, we can see the importance of
what the Egyptians were able to understand for their time.
Sorry for the long answer, it is something I still am seeking answers on myself.