posted on Nov, 6 2010 @ 05:57 AM
To begin with, I have to say that the most difficult thing in the world to explain is the obvious.
Explaining complicated things is really much easier:
You begin with simple concepts; and, step by step, you help the person understand the more complicated concepts. And, at any point along the way, you
can always retrace your steps back to the simple concepts, making sure that they are understood first before trying to move on again to the more
But, with the obvious, it is nothing like this at all:
Not only is it difficult to know where to begin in explaining the obvious; it soon becomes clear that the explanation can occur for, literally, an
eternity; since what is involved here is not the subject matter at all, which is intrinsically simple; but, rather, the blindness of the person
to whom you are attempting to explain the obvious in the first place.
So, with that being taken into consideration, I will attempt to explain in this note, believe it or not, why it should be obvious to anyone
with even so much as two active brain cells that an interpretation of the Doctrine of “resurrection” which is believed in by hundreds of
millions of people is, for that reason, not, get this, a “secret. (And I can’t really believe that I just wrote that.):
The Prophecy of Chapter 12 of the Book of Daniel, verse 4 states very clearly:
“But you, Daniel, must keep these words secret and Sealed until the time of the End”;
while verse 9-10 states very clearly:
“…these words are to remain secret and Sealed until the time of the End…the wicked will never understand; the wise will
And this Prophecy also confirms the Prophecy in the Book of Isaiah 8:16 concerning the secrecy of the Revelation:
“I bind up this testimony, I Seal this Revelation in the heart of my disciples.”
“For you every Vision has become like the words of a Sealed book. You give it to someone able to read and say, ‘Read that.’ And he
replies ‘I cannot, because the book is Sealed.’”
“The wisdom of their wise men shall perish; and the understanding of their prudent men shall be hidden.”
The Prophecy of Chapter 12:9 of the Book of Daniel asserts and signifies that the words of the Book of Daniel itself—including both a
lengthy description of the Vision of the “Son of man” and cryptic references to the “resurrection”—would be “something known only to a
certain person or persons and purposely kept from the knowledge of others” or “kept from public knowledge” until the
“time of the End”; in other words, this Knowledge would be something that would not be known by either their “wise men” or
their “prudent men”.
And, since the writing of those words more than 2000 years ago, hundreds of millions upon hundreds of millions of Jews, Christians and Muslims have
believed that the Doctrine of “resurrection” is the doctrine of a physical raising of a dead body from the grave; when, instead, the secret
meaning of that Doctrine—a meaning which would not, according to the Prophecy, be made known until the “time of the End”—is
that it is based upon the Revelation of the Memory of Creation and the revelation of the memories of previous lives; while these same hundreds of
millions upon hundreds of millions of people have also never been informed (it being a secret) that the “Tree of Life” (Genesis
3:24) is the same as the Vision of the “Son of man”, is the same as the “Vision of Knowledge” (the Thanksgiving Hymns of the Dead Sea
Scrolls), is the same as the “Night Journey” in the Quran, is similar to the “vision of kundalini” in the Eastern esoteric traditions,
is symbolized by both the caduceus of Greek mythology and Jesus being crucified ‘between two thieves at the place of the Skull’, and is echoed in
the American Indian traditions concerning the “Thunderbird” and the ‘horse with no name’.
Briefly, as Prophesied by Daniel, these Revelations have been, until this time, a secret—a secret which can only be Unsealed
through the receiving of the Vision of the “Son of man” and the Revelation of the “resurrection” themselves.
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