posted on Mar, 19 2013 @ 07:35 AM
Is it just me who thinks that if god wouldn't have made all these restrictions in revelations [no art, music, no commerce, etc] we wouldn't need to
worry about this illusive 'mark'?
So god made humans [apparently
] with brains that enjoy the arts and music and who can count and barter but he thinks it is a good idea to stop
them all from doing these things and use all these good abilities instead to worship his ego.
I read revelations and it made me like Satan [a lot]. After all, he ['it'; in revelation 'he' is still just a large serpent in the sky] sees the
potential in the human race and wants them to be free and enjoy themselves, hence he/it is trying to open our eyes. He/it is a metaphor for knowledge,
reasoning and science. In the same way that the early Daemons [not Demons] were teachers to humanity.
So to recap: A bully with low self esteem [god] stops people to use their full potentials [which he gave them] and then 'warns' them that only those
who subscribe to Satan [who is frankly the better / more fun choice] will do these things [those with the illusive 'mark'].
Stating the obvious, doesn't make it a wrong thing. Why didn't he let people go ahead with their creativity and watch/ guide them instead of
I will never get my head around the reasoning of the biblical god.