posted on Mar, 30 2011 @ 07:19 PM
Was our first God a man? Should our last be as well?
In reading a bit of history, you will find that the ancient men of power labeled themselves as Gods. Their progeny were called sons of God. I am not
clear as to why Emperors and Kings did this. Either to compete with the other Gods or to displace past older Gods. I am not sure. Perhaps people had
already started to think of God and laws as the same thing.
Scriptures tell us in John 1 that. In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. And the Word was made flesh.
To me, this means that the notion of the word/law was replaced by a leader/God and the consensus required to formalize the laws/God/word. Many thing
that the word/flesh was Jesus but this obviously cannot be because Jesus is the N T God and this is way in the beginning of the O T.
My conclusion, based on nature and how the ancients would have perhaps seen it, follows this logic trail.
The God of any animal is one of it’s own.
The God of ants is an ant.
The God of lions is a lion.
It follows then that the God of men should be a man.
No other animal, other than man, has taken the notion that it’s God should be some alien or an entity of other than it‘s own kind.
In terms of society, we have always followed men. Be they men of wealth, politics or religion, men have always been the ones to decide policies and
the laws we follow. Today, most recognize that the laws in scripture are man made.
There are always the mentally lazy, literalists and fundamentals, who will foolishly believe that the word of God, the Bible was actually written or
inspired by God. Most of intelligence will know otherwise. God would not start his word with a talking serpent and his cursing the earth that he just
created. God is not that stupid. Only his literalist sheeple are.
Why we ever decided to chase after some invisible, absentee, super, miracle working God we may never know. The past hides it’s secrets well. Most
Eastern religions recognize the myth base of their beliefs. Mostly, it is the Western Abrahamic religions, including Islam, that for some reason
decided to literalize scripture and give historicity to it’s God and Jesus even as the originators of the Bible, the Jews and Hebrews. Any who have
studied the older religious traditions will know that the Bible is a plagiarized account of many of the older religions. This is well documented.
Genesis tells us that A & E became as Gods. History tells us that many ancient men of power took that same title. Islam has Allah as a tile meaning
God, a title. We have always followed the laws written by men and if I stretch my imagination I could even wonder if these men were inspired somehow.
Is it likely that we have misinterpreted the meaning in our ancient books and that the ideal God is supposed to be an abstract entity who we are not
ever supposed to find. Is God, the word, just supposed to be a set of rules. I believe so. As interpreted by one man. Remember that that is all Moses
came down the mountain with . Words and rules.
We are heading towards a new world order. This is being let by the U N and the World Monetary Fund. The political world will have it’s God/man but
if the religious world remains fractured, it will be sucked up by secular forces. This is inevitable to my mind unless religionists unite somehow
under a new God.
Recognizing that A & E and thus all of mankind can be as Gods, is it not likely that our first God was a man of power?
Should we not now, since it looks like the world is on some kind of brink, consider doing what revelation indicates is to happen at end time, and
elect ourselves a new God and give him power?
Was our first God a man?
Should we have a new man, as God, in this time?