posted on Dec, 24 2010 @ 04:05 PM
I have occasionally stopped in to see what Mr. Cecil is currently up to, and it's always the same old thing.
"Who is like unto God!" This is what the Hebrew words "Mi cha el" mean. While the Archangel used this as his battle-cry
when rallying the good angels in the war in Heaven (that resulted in Lucifer's expulsion), Cecil's first name is literally a boast, if you take it
that way. Don't worry, he will deny it now, because I put it a bit too bluntly.
But I'm not done being blunt, maybe it's what's needed. Is it his fault that he has such delusions of grandeur?
Possibly not. Cecil is a product of centuries of inbreeding. I personally do not think this is a good thing, but it is not his fault. But if you
would like a solid reason for the massive arrogance, it could be a clue.
He is descended from English aristocracy, and I have called him on it before, although his denial of this fact was carefully worded, and potentially
"true", from a legalistic standpoint. You see, the medieval rules of titles coming down within the noble clans are not well appreciated today. The
eldest brother may get most of the glory you know. As it is, someone the average person might see as "directly" descended as can be, might get
"skipped", upon the death of the titled person. Does this mean that the person in question is a mere "commoner" (like the rest of us
"squidles")? Hardly, and I'm pretty sure that Cecil's true colors are coming through, loud and clear, I have never suspected for a moment, from
the things he has written, that he considers himself a commoner in any way.
Anyway, Michael Cecil, sadly, was the middle generation that got "skipped", and the important titles went to his children. I hope that didn't
result in a "sour grapes" sort of thing...probably not.
But he was still even luckier than that! OK, being born with a silver spoon in your mouth may not be as wonderful as people imagine, but then! The
cult that his father began gained literally thousands of followers! Sure, there were internal tensions and what not, the big move to Oregon, but the
Son pretty much inherited his father's "mantle" we might say, at least in their hybrid New Age "spiritual" dynasty. Maybe that made up, at least
partly, for being cheated out of the more important one.
By the way, the Cecil's aren't just "second tier", mere baronies bestowed upon relatively recent upstarts. Not at all. It's a matter of
historical record. Their main ancestral "home" is literally a castle, and is considered perhaps THEE most fabulous of any in Britain, even causing
the Windsors a small pang of envy.
Context is very important, as Cecil likes to remind us all.
Putting it all together. Well, Cecil does believe he is the apostle of reincarnation (yes, I know, he'll dress it up a bit different, and complain
that it's not "exactly" run-of-the-mill reincarnation, rather, it's the "real" Doctrine of the "resurrection", subverted by the whole world,
SO, it shouldn't be too much of a shock to learn that he has identified himself as the reincarnated ABRAHAM in the past. I realize his stories
change, but it is actually not unusual at all for believers in reincarnation to imagine that they "are" some famous person from the past. No one it
seems wants to consider being the humble milk-maid, it's always Jesus, or Napoleon, or Cleopatra. So, he's Abraham.
And he's got a message. Would we really expect that the "new Abraham" would not have a message? Consider that Abraham is the "father" of
all three of the world's big religions, all of which Cecil (and his father before him) integrated into a New Age theology accounting for them all.
I would never want to make an assumption too grand, for another person, but Cecil has literally put himself up on a rather high pedestal.
"Who is like unto God!" Who am I to say he's not?
Well, considering this is likely to be "antichrist's" motto as well, and considering also that many have said that the "antichrist" is almost
certain to come from nobility, where exactly does that leave Mr. Cecil?
I guess I should leave any more speculation to the many able ATS folk, who already seem to have this "gentleman's" number.
PS: Mr. Cecil, I'm agnostic myself, I don't really believe you or your family is, or will be an "antichrist"! But don't be surprised if some of
the more religious folk start seeing shades of "blasphemy" in the subtle way of your words...