Originally posted by Talltexxxan
Okay just got done watching the first 4 videos..Let me say first off, that you did a great job putting the videos together. ..But.... I have
a problem with the information about any other religons being put in the same boat as lucifarianism....I have a very big problem with that. Please
correct me if I mis understood. I grew up being a christian then through my adolecence i became atheist then to gnostisim. Then though more research
and soul searching I found found a happy medium between almost all world religons, including scientific reseach. My main problem with traditional
Christianity is that it says that you have this one and only life to find god and if you dont, then you go to Hel...Once again even though I dont
agree with some of the points made in the vids (if I understood what you were saying correctly) I will commend you on the great presentation and
research of the information. S&F
Thanks dude. I appreciate the honesty. Like I mentioned in the OP, I don't expect everyone to agree with me. Now hear me out though. I grew up in a
buddhist home that didn't really practice, and I was pretty much atheist for most of my youth and college. After looking at several world religions
in college and a couple years afterwards, I found the Gospel of Jesus Christ to be the most coherent, complete, and best fit what I saw in the world
around me (especially Israel and prophecy).
To respond directly to what you're asking, I don't think every other "religion" other than "Christianity" is Luciferian. I put them in quotes
because it's a sweeping generalization when we use those terms. However, I do believe that God communicated to us differently prior to the time of
Jesus. Think about Jesus, the man has pretty much split history in half. Luciferianism is basically an idea that we ourselves can achieve "god"
status with our own use of intellect and knowledge. There's nothing wrong with intellect or knowledge, but when used to justify the acceleration of
man into being post-human etc, it get's into some wishy washy territory. Consider a comment I got on my youtube page:
"...poorly evolved primates deserve the limits of their senses.
This is the kind of thinking that can derive from "man's knowledge-centered philosophy" which in essence is Luciferianism. They may not call it
that, but that's what it is. Aleister Crowley stated, "do as thou wilt, shall be the whole of the law." Meaning do whatever you want, there are no
consequenecs, which basically is trying to keep you away from the accountability to a loving-just Creator.
Also, on reincarnation, I think it is entirely possible for God to allow the return of certain souls. However, I don't believe that it is for
everyone, nor is it the system of afterlife at work in the Universe. The way I understand "the book of life" etc is that everyone's name is written
in it, but we can choose to accept this invitation, or deny it. It's like having a hotel reservation, but until you check in, you're not verified
for your stay. Also, the bible talks about "those whose names were not written in the book of life." I don't think these are people/human beings. I
think there is something much more sinister going on there and I believe before the end, we will see something that is not human but looks every bit
much like it, walk the earth. It's conjecture of course, but it does have biblical merit. Furthermore on reincarnation, the dangers are in what
people tend to draw from this concept. For example, if someone is having a tough season in life, the reincarnation-ist, if you will, will say that you
are suffering consequences from a past life. To me that's dangerous because it justifies the suffering in such a way that doesn't offer any hope,
except for something that could be attained in another future life. Again, please tell me if I am wrong, but from my point of view, this offers no
These are touchy subjects, but I think there is a difference between culture and spirituality. Many times, if not always, the two are synomymous. But
if you get down to the core of the spirituality, I don't think it's always based on the Creator God. For example, when I look at Hinduism, and the
stories about Kirishna, the way it is described fits too well with the Enochian account of fallen angels and Nephilim. Same with Greek gods and
mythos. It's supernatural in a sense, but it seems the biblical description of the divine council can explain it. I can get into the details with
Kirishna if you'd like.
Of course an all loving God doesn't want anyone to perish. This is scriptural. But in order to have a universe where we have the freedom of choice,
the consequences are necessary. This is why we live in a universe where the water that quenches our thirst can drown us, the fire that warms us can
burn us etc.
Either way dude, thanks for taking time to watch the film and responding. Iron sharpens Iron!