posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 12:39 PM
reply to post by AfterInfinity
I could hug you for these paragraphs…
Oh? And yet people call themselves God-fearing...they say fear of "God" is kind of expected. I mean, isn't there a fear of hell in there somewhere? A
fear of possession, a fear of temptation, a fear of failure...a general aversion to all imperfection. All symptoms of trial and error. There's a lot
of people who don't take it too seriously, which relieves me in the hope that they will begin to discover the power of embracing the shadow. As I've
said before, there's a shadow for every candle, and studying the shadow will reveal more about the light. And in the inevitable days when the candle
doesn't seem to shine so brightly, you can face the shadow without fear because you know exactly what it is and have made peace with it. In this way,
you will know exactly what to do because you now understand the interaction between the currents of your soul. You've extended your awareness beyond
just the stuff that makes your existence tolerable.
But those who continue to cling to the rock, to fight the flow of the stream, will be battered by the dance of the universe. The nature of the
universe is motion, and those who try to live in one age forever will eventually be crushed. Every great empire has fallen, because nothing lasts
forever. Everything is immersed in the flow. But then again, every study of such things is rooted in pagan culture and mythology, so it's instantly
considered Satanic and discarded. It's amazing what a little prehistoric plagiarism can do for you.
So yeah. A cult of fear is a cult of death. You'd be amazed how many people "God" killed in the Bible. I believe he's the equivalent of about four
Hitlers. Get four of them in a row and you have the approximate summation of the atrocities credited to the almighty. Pretty impressive, isn't it? And
then he declares himself ruler of our world just because he created us. Don't we get a decision? I mean, we get to choose our governors and
presidents, why can't we choose our god? Let one of your archangels take the wheel. Retire. Hell, if it bothers you that much, set up a reincarnation
cycle, Avatar style!
Why should we be immersed in god's splendor and have any fear in our hearts whatsoever. Sound's a bit self defeating and debasing of any true god. I
have only a love of life, balanced by a hatred for those whom defile it.
In saying you are satan, I meant to imply that reality and life itself, we ourselves, are the product and source of that balance between the carnal
and idealistic. My god is not dead, he is typing this message to you, whom are also god and the devil in one. Our exchange is our godhead so to speak,
being perpetuated by the division of our unity. We could not converse if not for the illusion of separateness. We all want to extol one side of
ourselves over the other, in spite of ourselves whom are essentially the unity of these opposing forces.
We are in agreement, as in "reality". What exists is the collective agreement of the illusion of our perception.
edit on 4/15/13 by Infernalis because: multitude