reply to post by Devino
You bring up a few good points which I have contemplated myself. I think there is a problem with justifying the difference in attitude between the OT
God and the NT God if you try and go along accepted theological doctrine. I believe a lot of the answers are in the Apocrypha, some of which are lost
to us as of right now (Book of Giants).
In the Book of Enoch we are told that the Moon should be our guiding light as the Sun can fool and confound us at times. This may be mentioning the
Sun as a bad reference point due to it's constant change while the Moon follows a rather cyclic change. In addition, the Jewish calendar was a Lunar
However, there is more to it. In magical theory the Moon represents the hidden truth and comes up often in Qballah, Alchemy and Tarort (all of which
are related). In addition, Hebrew is written without vowels, the vowels then represent the hidden Numerological, and by default Gematric, truth in a
word or name. We also have the instances of Jesus saying things like "For those who have eyes to see and ears to hear". This is often taken to
mean that there is hidden truth in scripture but one must know how to decipher it.
What I'm saying really is that there is hidden truth buried in scripture underneath the commonly understood meanings and that fact has been the basis
for magical and scriptural studies for centuries.
What you said about God foreseeing the defiance of the Grigori (watchers), is completely true. In Enoch, God had already built the prisons for the
angels before they made a pact and descended to Earth. This makes sense if we are to understand God in the ancient magical sense of many and one at
the same time. Fundamental to magical theory is the idea that God is all and all is God, which basically makes it almost impossible to go against
God's will, in other words, nothing happens unless God allows it. This begs the ancient theological question: If evil fulfills a good purpose and
the outcome of it's actions are good, then is it truly evil? Has God not ordered acts that would otherwise be considered evil and dark such as the
destruction of cities?
About the Antichrist, this again is magical ideology. In the Qaballah, each force has an equal yet opposing force. In other words, there is a good
force and a mirroring bad force. However, I think it's more than that and we are getting to one of the points of my current phase of research.
What is the importance of Christ worship in Religion and what it it's historical basis? Basically I mean, did Jesus really want us to worship Him,
create a religion around Him and build churches that defy the heavens in His name?
Theres so much I have to say I can't fit it all into one post but to put it simply, one of my current postulated theories is that the "Christian
Religion" is not what it purports to be, that it was taken over and corrupted by demonic (grigoric) forces, corrupted and bent towards the worship of
"The Lord of the Earth", namely "The Devil", or the grigori. Some evidence to this idea is the fact that the Cross used to represent the four
elements that composed all matter on Earth, with the lower arm extended it points towards the Earth and away from heavenly things. I feel I have much
evidence to support this claim but I have yet to compile it in a cohesive way.
I will say that I am not alone in this idea as it was shared, to a greater or lesser extent, by many "heretical" sects, one of which were the
(i've been enjoying our discussions btw)