posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 12:13 PM
This will be my first thread, so try to go easy on me if everything isn't in the neatest of orders. I am just doing this on the spur of the moment
and haven't really prepared this post beforehand, so I may seem to jump from thought to thought as I go along.
Ok, now to the point of how religion keeps us separated from god. Religion teaches us that in order to get to heaven, we must believe in god, and in
order to reach heaven, you must first die and leave this universe.
This is a lie, and the fundamental way in how religion keeps us seperate from god. Heaven is described as the kingdom OF god, which means that god and
his kingdom are not separate but the same. His kingdom is him and he is his kingdom.
If we are not in heaven now, we are not with god because we have not yet reached his kingdom. This is simply not true, and I will explain shortly.
Another point of religion is to make us feel as we are inferior, as though we are not worthy in some way. If we feel inferior and unworthy, we are
more easily manipulated. That is the key to why religion is, in order to manipulate us so that a few can benefit off of that feeling of inferiority,
to make themselves feel superior to us in a sense.
Back to the point on heaven. We are in heaven now and the universe is gods kingdom. Heaven is described as perfect in every way, well so is our
universe. Our universe is so huge and complex that it MUST be perfect in order to exist.
If we change any of the strong or weak forces even by the tiniest fraction of a percent, the universe would cease to exist. The universe is perfectly
balanced to support life. I don't mean that to make it sound as though something created the universe in order for this to be possible, the universe
is this way because of itself, so that it may survive.
We are all the angels within gods kingdom, in fact as far as we know we are gods greatest creation because we are the only ones that we know of as of
right now that can comprehend how stuff works and the only ones that ponders its owner existence. We also have the greatest ability to do good in this
Lucifer is described as being gods greatest angel at one point, until he started to desire too much. That is the point where god threw him into the
'lake of fire' or hell, where he became its ruler.
That story is very similar to life on Earth.
Earth used to be Eden, a piece of heaven, then humans gained self-awareness (forbidden fruit). Self-awareness leads to seperatism which leads to
opinions which leads to hate which leads to manipulation which leads to war. That is why god says to Adam and Eve in the bible that they shall surely
die, because self-awareness almost always leads to war.
Humans are gods greatest angels, yet some of us become greedy and desire too much, and when we desire to have more than others we manipulate one
another and nature in order to profit and benefit off of it. When we manipulate one another and start destroying nature and polluting it, heaven on
Eden becomes hell on Earth.
The greedy among us are the ones that run the world right now, they are the 'rulers' of hell on Earth, just Lucifer is the ruler of the biblical
We are in hell within heaven (as above so below), and the reason we are in he'll is because of man and his greed for more power and more control. We
have destroyed heaven on Earth and replaced it with hell.
Religion is a direct result of this hell because if we do not believe that Earth resides within heaven and we only go to heaven after this life, we
begin to not respect our mother Earth because there is something 'better' after we die. It is a vicious cycle, and religion encourages us not to
care when we pollute our water or cut down our forests, because of the mentality of 'this life doesn't really count, what counts is what's after
The bible is spoken in metaphors, and the truth is hidden inside of these metaphors. It is quite brilliant how it works, they used the truth in order
to lie to us, to take advantage of the vulnerability they bestowed on us.
I'm going to stop here but I will keep an eye on this thread and if anyone has any questions on anything in the bible, I will do my best to answer
it. Thanks for reading.