reply to post by jiggerj
The MIND is where its all at in my opinion. I cannot even study or read religious texts or any philosophy for that matter without taking into
consideration that the mind is "where its all at". That probably doesn't make sense to you, but when you add all the collective thoughts and ideas
up, it makes sense how the ancient philosophers were not so "out there" after all... they were intuitively connected to all that is and the
information that is available.
The Three Initiates, again as old as the philosophy is... knew the mind, the consciousness is creative and creates the reality in which we live.
The Universe itself is a mind within a mind within a mind and so on. Everything is consciousness and a reflection of an image. Literally... its how we
see the outside world and how its conveyed to our brains. Neuro ~ Science is really cool.
When you read the member, Enochwasright's, threads he is all about delivering the Bible with a mind frame that is much different than a Christian
Theologian. His philosophy is hard to understand because he gets in the minds of the ancient ones and delivers what he sees in that context. Many
religious leaders take away the mysticism of philosophy and replace it with dogmatic philosophies that many of us know is contradictory to the what we
know and or feel to be true or add up to make sense.
Like take for instance the Resurrection. The Resurrection is symbolic and a reflection of what happens to the physical body when the spirit and or
consciousness exits it. The body loses mass and the spirit of the consciousness is resurrected..never ending. The body we see is a reflection of
light. Each "thing" we see is a reflection of the light that passes to the back of our brain.
When the story is told Jesus said in the final hour that "It is finished", it is also what we will say when we have evolved into the type of
consciousness we deem a perfected state of mind and until this happens our work is not finished. Jesus evolved over time... in space time.... within
matter itself. This is also why and or how he is considered to be the "first and the last Adam (man)". He is symbolic for the state of man within
His story is a reflection of our own. This is why it is said to be an Image of God. We are the reflection of all that is and will be.
Every-"thing" permeates electromagnetic radiation. What we perceive is all vibrations of energy.
Edgar Cayce is someone who knew things, he shouldn't be able to know.
His book about the Bible is a fascinating one. Its called Edgar Cayce's Story of the Bible.
He doesn't explain it as the church explains it... its an eye opener... really. He says "the mind is the builder" and science proves this.
The book is a good one. He read the Bible 67 times (thats how old he was) and he was an active member as a Southern Baptist, even!
is what he considered himself to be, although many in the religion deny him as being evil because he was prophetic... lol... go figure. His future map
is also the map the Navy uses as the future state of America. Leaders sought him out and people still seek his Earth changes today as many are uneasy
in the world in which we live with all the uncertainties we are facing today.