posted on Sep, 9 2010 @ 01:48 AM
(The ‘conspiracy’ element of the following information is that it is being specifically ignored by the Society of Christian Philosophers because
to acknowledge it would seriously threaten the foundations of Christian theology; and, thus, the jobs, the wealth, the pensions and the health
insurance of the Christian philosophers.):
The First Seal represents the non-dualistic consciousness Created ‘by and in the image of God’ (Genesis 1:27); which is referred to in the
Buddhist/Eastern esoteric tradition as the “observing consciousness”; the existence of which is also implied in the teaching of J. Krishnamurti as
well as by Wilhelm Reich in Character Analysis.
And, because this dimension of consciousness is both ‘prior to’ and ‘outside of’ time altogether, it is through this dimension of
consciousness that is Revealed the Revelation of the Memory of Creation (Genesis 2:7), the revelation of the memories of previous lives
(described cryptically by Jesus as the “angels in heaven” in his argument with the Sadducees in the Gospel of Luke), and all Prophecies of
The Second Seal (and the “beast of the sea” of Revelations 13:1; see, also, the opening passages of the Second Meditation of
Descartes: “I feel as though, all of a sudden, I have fallen into deep water…”) represents the consciousness of the
“self”/“not self”, which is the first aspect of the ‘fallen’, dualistic consciousness; and which is referred to in Genesis 3 as the
“tree of the knowledge of good and evil”.
The Third Seal (and the “beast of the earth” of Revelations 13:11) represents the consciousness of the ‘thinker’, the second element of
the ‘fallen’ consciousness, which is also symbolized in Genesis 3 as the ‘fig leaves’ of thought (and echoed in Saying #37 of the
Gospel of Thomas) with which Adam and Eve covered themselves after realizing that they were naked (‘selves’).
(More specifically, whereas the “observing consciousness” was Created ‘by and in the image of God’; the ‘fallen’ consciousness is
self-created: the “self” ‘self-reflecting’ itself into existence, and the ‘thinker’ ‘thinking’ itself into existence.)
The Fourth Seal refers to the manifestation in the space-time reality of the duality, conflict and violence created by the ‘fallen’ consciousness,
particularly in opposition to those with a Knowledge of Truth.
The Fifth Seal represents the suffering resulting from the violence of the ‘fallen’ consciousness against those who have both a Knowledge of Truth
and a direct experience of the consciousness Created ‘by and in the image of God’.
The Sixth Seal represents the annihilation of the ‘fallen’ consciousness; that is, the utter and absolute collapse of both the consciousness of
the “self” and the ‘thinker’, which is a crucially necessary pre-requisite for the receiving of Revelation.
The Seventh Seal represents the Knowledge Revealed through both the Vision of the “Son of man” (referred to as the “Night Journey” of Mohammed
in the Quran) and the Revelation of the “resurrection”, consisting of the Revelation of the Memory of Creation and the revelation of the
memories of previous lives.