posted on Oct, 26 2009 @ 01:05 PM
Let us not make fun of Regina for the story in which her message is clothed. Many of you believe very similar things. Consider that Ra's* story of
the harvest is congruent to the Christian story of the Rapture.
I know that there are many of you who find the Christian story offensive because you find the actions of Christians offensive. This is not surprising.
Nevertheless, the story is -- as all stories are -- only a simple analogy of what the reality is like. So let us not get caught up with the more
fantastic elements of the story: these elements are merely the elements which have been simplified by the author of the story to make the story easier
to understand for those who have no knowledge of the complex notions that may be used to describe the physical, psychical, and spiritual realms.
Many of you believe in some sort of unity of spiritual reality. Call it "God," "Father," "Creator," "Great Spirit," "The One," "The Form of
the Good," "The Universe". Whatever. Well, you all know that the existence we currently experience is diverse and multiplicitous, so it is
literally impossible for us to understand the unity of all with all -- despite the fact that many of you believe it to be true.
If you believe in this unity, then be united. Recognize the love in Regina's concern, despite the fact that many of you think her story is too simple
for your taste. Perhaps it is. This does not discredit the story; rather, it means that it is not appropriate for you -- just as your story is not
appropriate for her.
I look forward to the Harvest, and she looks forward to the Rapture. But the event will be one and the same.
Regina, I wanted to comment to you that it would be well if you were more careful not to make your message a message of fear. There is no need to
mention the sufferings of the path of the one you call Lucifer, because there is plenty to say instead about the joys of the path of the one you call
Christ. Let the message be a message of hope and not of fear.
*For those of you unfamiliar with Ra and the Law of One, see Wilcock's collection of important quotations:
Full text: wiki.lawofone.info...