posted on Oct, 29 2010 @ 11:08 PM
The Curse of Babel
Before the great Tower was built, all people were of one accord and one language. Scriptures say that the gods became afraid that humans could now
look into the heavens and accomplish anything they desired.
Today, we have "Windows" and we can see into the "Heavens" (heavens being the hierarchy power structure above us--i.e. those in power who claim to
speak on behalf of "god") and all this is accomplished by a Tower that transmits through the airwaves.
This "God" (or rather men who play the role) came down from Heaven (not from a galaxy far away, but rather a metaphor for their ivory towers) and
destroyed what the people were doing. At that point, this "God/s" created diversity among the people by creating confusion in their languages. Even
today we still have this. Are we not "confused" by the deceptive language of Legalese which entraps us unbeknowingly in a myriad of ways through
invisible adhesions and deceitful tactics? Are peoples and nations not at constant unrest with divisions of every kind?
The prophecy of the New World is that there will be a "pure language". That is a metaphor. "Pure language" means "truth in your speech". Those
who are already on board have nothing to fear.