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My personal and spiritual experiences of being god.

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posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 11:22 AM
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Originally posted by nakiannunaki
i understand your need to have the matter specified but to what end?

I am not here to be ridiculed. If people cannot accept what i am putting forward then the issue rest in them not in me.
That said, i feel i have put enough forward for you to make your own assumptions.

I have a catalouge of songs i have put my heart and soul into. If you like that is a token of my soul, my art, my message for the masses. You have the links, sit through the 13 tracks, listen to the story, if you have not done so already.

I do not need to make assumptions i react instinctivly to the energy before me. If you choose to see it as me assuming things then that is your persepective and your perogative.



You are the one who wanted to tell your story. It is for your benefit, not mine.

perhaps I will check out your songs sometime but I have to be honest, I probably will not.




posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 11:26 AM
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Suit yourself.



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 10:06 PM
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Originally posted by Skyfloating

Originally posted by nakiannunaki
Who is to say that world messiah is not you or me?


Thats still the Ego talking, not Spirit. Sprititual energy tends to land you either a position high up in a Mountain Monastery or in a Psychiatric Ward. Be careful.


I'm curious. Why not? If we are our own savior and should be able to manifest our own reality, if our vibrational frequency is high enough, why can't we become the 'Christ'? Isn't that the goal? For most people, this is state of being that is usually temporary, because we allow the old patterns to come back and fear is the biggest obstacle along with all the other emotions, but love.

We are shaped and conditioned from the moment we are born, maybe partially in the womb and through genetics. We aren't taught that we are divine beings, especially by the church. That's forbidden. We are taught that our redemption is outside of us.

I have had some awesome spiritual experiences and they were not negative and I wasn't on drugs. It was like walking in the clouds. Those experiences aside, years later I was reading about totally surrendering, totally letting go and having a great day. The day was FANTASTIC! The synchrnicity was amazing. People would come up to me and discuss exactly what I was thinking and my energy seemed to affect everyone around me.
I don't care what I did that day, everything I touched went my way. I even won a raffle and definitely not bragging. It was so easy to the point that I don't know, if I could live that way everyday. I truly understand what 'The Celestine Prophecy' is about.



posted on Dec, 3 2010 @ 10:38 PM
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Well, obviously, I can't or would be living that way. I'm working on it, but I think we have become so accustomed to a life of stress, worry and fear that it's not easy to maintain a life of surrender and living totally without fear. That's true freedom.



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 05:56 AM
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It is as much about shedding the ego as it is anything else. We experience pain and suffering through attachments and the ego is responsible for these attachments. It is when we move beyond the ego that we become free in a sense. We cannot become entirely free because our spirits are still confined to the body only upon astral travel or death are we able to loosen ourselves from the gravitational influence over our physical bodies. This is why many spiritual persons practice meditation so to free themselves from the ego.

The Messiah will undoubtedly have this attribute but not until his inner demons have been met and desolved.
At this point he will be free to teach the world from a vantage point of pure loving and free enegry the truths that we are all destined to learn and take on board.



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 12:34 PM
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Originally posted by nakiannunaki
It is as much about shedding the ego as it is anything else. We experience pain and suffering through attachments and the ego is responsible for these attachments. It is when we move beyond the ego that we become free in a sense. We cannot become entirely free because our spirits are still confined to the body only upon astral travel or death are we able to loosen ourselves from the gravitational influence over our physical bodies. This is why many spiritual persons practice meditation so to free themselves from the ego.

The Messiah will undoubtedly have this attribute but not until his inner demons have been met and desolved.
At this point he will be free to teach the world from a vantage point of pure loving and free enegry the truths that we are all destined to learn and take on board.


Yoiu can do this now.

Thanks nakiannunaki, but if a person came along claiming to be the Messiah, I would probably walk the other way, because it's his truth, not mine. One thing I have discovered is that it is all within us and this higher consciousness will only be born within and it's up to each of us to raise our own vibrational frequency through compassion and know that we are all connected. Yeah, I know it sounds strange, but I know what I've experienced, what we can become and achieve, and it's a lot more than is taught in any church.



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 12:59 PM
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Yes you are right. The problem rests with the majority. You see we are in a minority of people that are open to believing in something beyond our current realm of acceptence. The majority simply laugh at the things we believe. The Messiah is needed to as the bridge so that the majority can cross over and join that minority. Without that bridge you and i may save ourselves but humanity will not. That is why the messiah will lend himself to the higher cause.



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 03:29 PM
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I personally don't believe this "i have put enough forward for you to make your own assumptions" at all and don't know why the coming messiah would talk about these things on a message board, yet not openly, before the time had come..

When you speak of falling away... can you compare that to, let's say... the turmoil that would transpire from living practically in isolation for decades? or say looking back and realizing you have left quite a historic trail of evidence behind you where ever you attempt to go? or knowing that you are the turning point of many pivotal things in this world? Can you compare your existence to things like this? If you can, I'm curious as to know how so.



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 03:33 PM
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Originally posted by ChaosMagician
I personally don't believe this "i have put enough forward for you to make your own assumptions" at all and don't know why the coming messiah would talk about these things on a message board, yet not openly, before the time had come..

When you speak of falling away... can you compare that to, let's say... the turmoil that would transpire from living practically in isolation for decades? or say looking back and realizing you have left quite a historic trail of evidence behind you where ever you attempt to go? or knowing that you are the turning point of many pivotal things in this world? Can you compare your existence to things like this? If you can, I'm curious as to know how so.


It don't matter really does it?

We both know you have already arrived at a conclusion which you are unwilling to change. Why further boost the choice you have already made?



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 04:10 PM
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Originally posted by nakiannunaki

Originally posted by ChaosMagician
I personally don't believe this "i have put enough forward for you to make your own assumptions" at all and don't know why the coming messiah would talk about these things on a message board, yet not openly, before the time had come..

When you speak of falling away... can you compare that to, let's say... the turmoil that would transpire from living practically in isolation for decades? or say looking back and realizing you have left quite a historic trail of evidence behind you where ever you attempt to go? or knowing that you are the turning point of many pivotal things in this world? Can you compare your existence to things like this? If you can, I'm curious as to know how so.


It don't matter really does it?

We both know you have already arrived at a conclusion which you are unwilling to change. Why further boost the choice you have already made?


First of all. I am never completely unwilling to change if I have good cause. the messiah would personally know this about me.

Secondly, if it wasn't important, then why did you even begin trying to tell your story.

Thirdly, your explanations are just dodging my question. I think you are dodging the questions because you honestly cannot relate to truly polarizing life long events that could be both tragic and critical, giving you a wide understanding perception of the concepts of good and evil and then choosing the benefit of progression for all in the end. You are being unhelpful to those who have tried to listen to you, unhelpful to making your experiences better understood so everyone can share in that knowledge, is that a benefit to others? It certainly doesn't seem that way to me. I think everyone can agree that messianic figures are always full of warnings and great foreboding whether these things are wanted to be heard or not but your concern for the understanding of others is distant, cold and unconcerned with anyone's enlightenment. What you have given as evidence is that you chased someone around with a knife and got a numbing euphoric adrenaline buzz from it. You have given philosophical opinions on what the messiah's role should be but we all have those opinions and they can be read from one and many books on the matter. If you were the messiah, you must not ever want to reveal yourself and you must not be interested in saving anyone at all.
edit on 4-12-2010 by ChaosMagician because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 4 2010 @ 06:21 PM
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Originally posted by ChaosMagician

Originally posted by nakiannunaki

Originally posted by ChaosMagician
I personally don't believe this "i have put enough forward for you to make your own assumptions" at all and don't know why the coming messiah would talk about these things on a message board, yet not openly, before the time had come..

When you speak of falling away... can you compare that to, let's say... the turmoil that would transpire from living practically in isolation for decades? or say looking back and realizing you have left quite a historic trail of evidence behind you where ever you attempt to go? or knowing that you are the turning point of many pivotal things in this world? Can you compare your existence to things like this? If you can, I'm curious as to know how so.


It don't matter really does it?

We both know you have already arrived at a conclusion which you are unwilling to change. Why further boost the choice you have already made?


First of all. I am never completely unwilling to change if I have good cause. the messiah would personally know this about me.

Secondly, if it wasn't important, then why did you even begin trying to tell your story.

Thirdly, your explanations are just dodging my question. I think you are dodging the questions because you honestly cannot relate to truly polarizing life long events that could be both tragic and critical, giving you a wide understanding perception of the concepts of good and evil and then choosing the benefit of progression for all in the end. You are being unhelpful to those who have tried to listen to you, unhelpful to making your experiences better understood so everyone can share in that knowledge, is that a benefit to others? It certainly doesn't seem that way to me. I think everyone can agree that messianic figures are always full of warnings and great foreboding whether these things are wanted to be heard or not but your concern for the understanding of others is distant, cold and unconcerned with anyone's enlightenment. What you have given as evidence is that you chased someone around with a knife and got a numbing euphoric adrenaline buzz from it. You have given philosophical opinions on what the messiah's role should be but we all have those opinions and they can be read from one and many books on the matter. If you were the messiah, you must not ever want to reveal yourself and you must not be interested in saving anyone at all.
edit on 4-12-2010 by ChaosMagician because: (no reason given)


Like i said. You have already made your mind up.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 02:25 AM
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Sorry dude you are not the messiah or god, and there is no such thing as a messiah. But once in a while there are some people who would help other people if your lucky. And I don't get this whole concept of messiah or the whole messiah complex, but on the other hand yes I do know this whole messiah complex thing and messiah thing. And I don't agree with it, so quit your bitching, and your not that special and your music can use some work, if I were you I would find something else to sing about and try to be other then a messiah, last I heard that job was taken by some other dude, then he quit when they tried to nail him to some wood. In fact I don't think being a messiah is a good thing to be, seems like a lot of work for little pay, and it brings nothing but headaches, you would have to be pretty stupid or crazy to want to be that, it sounds like much ado about nothing. If you want to save someone save yourself first before trying to save others, or better yet go adopt a stray dog or something and try to save it, you know start small then work your way up.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 07:05 AM
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Originally posted by galadofwarthethird
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And I don't agree with it, so quit your bitching,


introspect



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 02:51 PM
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No really I'm trying to help you, from what I read of your posts. If by some miracle you actually became this messiah thing, you would probably # your pants. Look up on what the whole thing is about, it goes way farther then any religion alive today. Even the whole tree of thought, or the cross as it was known later, in times past before the romans and jews and all that, it was used as a way of meditating, thats why it is called the tree of thought, when your tied or nailed to it you have a lot of time to think on things. But like I said your just some dude who had some experience and from what I read it was pretty mundane one at that, so find another hobby, thats more constructive. Thats my introspect on your introspect, might want to meditate a little more on your thoughts and feelings.



posted on Dec, 6 2010 @ 06:34 PM
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Originally posted by galadofwarthethird
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No really I'm trying to help you, from what I read of your posts. If by some miracle you actually became this messiah thing, you would probably # your pants. Look up on what the whole thing is about, it goes way farther then any religion alive today. Even the whole tree of thought, or the cross as it was known later, in times past before the romans and jews and all that, it was used as a way of meditating, thats why it is called the tree of thought, when your tied or nailed to it you have a lot of time to think on things. But like I said your just some dude who had some experience and from what I read it was pretty mundane one at that, so find another hobby, thats more constructive. Thats my introspect on your introspect, might want to meditate a little more on your thoughts and feelings.


You may wish to post on a thread where the OP gives you the time you crave.



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