posted on Jul, 2 2013 @ 10:56 AM
Originally posted by FriedBabelBroccoli
Because the 'aliens' all follow the old 'wisdom of the ages.' The spiritual paths of the zodiac and the procession of the Sun.
Now that is an interesting, and great answer.
The OP really just wants material power. Saying that prayers don't get answered and don't help humanity advance (aka evolve) is a
materialistic view which they try to support with a spiritual ascension.
If the goal is to ascend out of the flesh then what good does materialistic power do?
They say that we are here mostly for the pursuit of happiness, in my opinion that will mean peace and we need things on earth to have peace - because
we are independent in modern society. I can say that if I was a millionaire all the money that they give to charities, I would actually be handing
out to homeless individuals in the street so it wouldn't go to an organization but directly to the source of people who need peace. Surely I think
that utopia is possible if people put their minds to it, and the first thing on the list shouldn't be organizations but simple people building a
futuristic structure for the homeless. The homeless in the US is at least 10 times greater than in the UK.
It is essentially the same old story of the mystery schools viewing Christianity as a corruption of the true religion from back in the day.
They hate on the Roman Catholic Church and then deny with great fervor that the RCC is essentially the same religion of Sun/Astarte worship that
coincides with their own belief system. The RCC is essentially a secret religion posing as another for the purpose of control.
I can agree with that, I was raised catholic so it was kind of a surprise to see all the bad media and history of the catholic religion. On top of
that I have read the bible and studied ancient history, I so I know where the stories came from. I have enough information to conclude that the
people are simply reacting to events in history and forming belief systems that are almost like societies of the mind, and being it a psychological
community it causes separation of views in the world. Indeed the very first people followed the stars more than gods because they didn't make temples
for gods like sacred cows but pyramids to the heavens. This is still a very questionable lost civilization, a people who could be very different than
what we would think.
Pleidians from the Taurus constellation is no different then Molech worship in that it was the house which the Sun was in. How about Isis the
cow? She was often symbolized as a 5 pointed figure which coincides with the 8 year path of Venus which forms a pentagram through alignments with the
Earth. But they often leave out the mathematical implications of a pentagram encoding the number Phi and the 72 degrees between each of the 5 points
representing the 72 years for the Sun to move one degree in its procession.
I still don't know why the very first person worshiped a cow or a serpent or an animal created with different features from other animals, maybe
6,000 years ago but it doesn't appear to be associated with the lost civilization before the great flood. In the bible Molech was probably the
craziest part of the whole book, I totally could not understand why they had a valley to sacrifice to Molech, then we have sacrifices in South
America, I don't know why it was such a strange time in the world.
When I say aliens, I mean the beings that are involved with the grey aliens, I have reason to believe that all other mention of aliens coming from
planets or star systems is false, and as I mentioned specific information and confirmation that the greys exist somewhere out there.
Or the clear reference to kundalini or serpent rising to illumination found across most of their belief systems.
The hilarious part is most of these belief systems know very little about their religion while preaching that Christians know nothing.
Their death and rebirth ritual has always been associated with Capricorn (aka unicorn aka baphomet) since Babylon and incarnates today in the age of
Aquarius which are both houses ruled by Saturn (another god of death and rebirth involving serpents).
Their comparisons only work when you gloss over generalizations and blind people with pretty language, appearances, and emotional appeals.
The question certainly has to be, who and what was the very first god? Early Sumeria maybe, but someone had to come up with the idea of an animal
being a god. I don't think it trickled down from the hunters and gatherers as the history books suggest.