Originally posted by aeroplaneunderthesea
I think the illuminati are just one group among many who about 300 or so years ago re-discovered the lost Egyptian art of "god-making". Not that it was totally lost, some groups have been aware of this for a long time and have kept it hidden. The manifest/occult pair of opposites. The Church certainly knew/knows about it, which is why the beatification and sainthood process is so revered.
I have been put under the impression that The TAT Brotherhood protected it.
Augustine references in his City of God that a lost text from Thrice Great Hermes referencing this "art" and the fact that he (Hermes to Tat) laments its misuse by the Egyptian priestly class. It seems this might be why there was so much emphasis on the prohibition of idolatry within the book of Exodus after the Hebrews split from Kemmet. Because not only does our belief give power to manufactured "gods", there is also a craft to deifying ideas and individuals in the spiritual/non-sensible realm. There is also a distinction between those gods that interact with use in the non-sensible realm and the non-created ineffable concept of "God" which underlies and is the foundation and source of all things whether man, the gods of divine creation, or the gods of man's creation.
your wisdom is much greater than mine. But there you go mentioning TAT lmao. So is that why Tat and his ra, created the Tat Brotherhood.
Adam Weishaupt was a jesuit who I think took this knowledge which had been kept secret by the Church and started the illuminati with it. It has become less about god making and more about the creation of an entire metaphysical belief system, which gains power through our belief. If enough people believe, it will over throw the "old order".
But in reference to the OP, the idea of the union of the opposites is certainly not something the illuminati developed. Heraclitus and many other greeks were on these ideas 2500+ years ago. Hegel owes his dialectic to Heraclitus and the Hegelian Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis is what you seem to be describing.
The "poisoning of the well" and antinomianism of the last few centuries has been the Antithesis in order to bring about the Synthesis, which is a new man and by extrapolation a new world. But will it really be new if it relies on ideas that are eternal and have always existed? Can we even use the temporal notions of newness and oldness when speaking of the timeless? In the vein of the union of opposites, is there any difference between new and old? Is the future just the past and the past the future?
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Originally posted by baaronhaile
reply to post by lucifer6
Cheers in deed my friend - Duality is a fundamental understanding of physics - leading to entropy and enthalpy.
- We are only a life-form, living upon the cascade of energy as it flows from 'sink' to 'sink'.
- not clear yet, ask nasa.
Your Post grabbed me as it continues an ancient - 4000yr - old belief in Duality - Egyptian.
Chaos vs Order - whereby - the balance of two 'interestes' personified by deities are in continual exchange.
are these deities yahwah and the luciferian consciousness. If so which is which?
Our role is to feed the "Order" - read Truth - god / goddess
Thank You for identifying the nature of our turmoil
And ultimately what we will dispel once we become guides ourselves.
You know you will have to pay for any negative influences you shovel out when you do indeed become a guide when you unite back to reconstitute the yahwahian consciousness.
Originally posted by lucifer6
reply to post by Saurus
I would really like to know what you are referring too. All of this came to me after deep meditation while listening to my guru.
"Duality is the key to understanding life."
The Hebrew name Jachin means strengthened, upright, firm and stable. The Hebrew name Boaz means strength, power, and source. When you put these names together, you would get something like:
“My house will be established in source and strength.” Remember, this house is you!
Also notice that the scripture states Solomon put the pillar Jachin on the right and Boaz on the left. This is correct when one is facing the building during construction. However, as the temple represents you (body and mind) as it faces east, Boaz would be on the right side and Jachin on the left. Why is this important?
The two pillars signify the left and right hemispheres of the brain. Boaz is symbolic of the right hemisphere. This hemisphere is associated with the intuitive, abstract, and creative principle. In other words, it represents our higher, spiritual natures. The left hemisphere is associated with logic and the intellect. I also tend to associate this hemisphere with physicality and concreteness. Now let’s see how this ties in to the two pillars.
The pillar of Boaz symbolizes the animating (source) energy in creation. The Pillar of Jachin not only represents our intellect, but also our concrete, physical, earthly natures. And please understand that the lower nature is not a negative aspect of creation. Quite the contrary! Just as darkness is not a negative aspect of creation, neither is the physical. It is only when the physical aspects of our dual nature do not have a redeemer and guide (spiritual aspect) that the balance becomes compromised. As Jesus said, a man does not live on bread alone!