a reply to: ScatteredThirdAngel
in the name of the most loving Person to ever walk this planet, the Lord Jesus Christ,
Why capitalize 'person'?
He was not a 'person' - if you read Black's Law Dictionary or watch those 'Meet your Strawman' videos (if they exist anymore), you can realize calling
someone a 'person' is the most insulting thing to do. Seriously, 'person' is legal fiction, it only exists on paper, human being is not a person - and
The Oiled One you refer to, was way above and beyond human being (while showing us what a true human being would be like).
The message he brought to us needed to remain pure and truthful, so a high-level entity (way above Earth's people's level at the time, or even during
modern times) was required to keep the message intact. It would easily get corrupted otherwise.
That's why a regular 'people body' was not enough, stronger seed was also needed to create a body that can actually contain a higher-level entity and
the powerful energies they have. This is the reason why Maria was artificially inseminated with a basically 'god-seed' instead of a regular
people-seed. This is why Maria can be called a virgin, because there was no intercourse, just artificial insemination with higher-level seed.
As we know, or should know, there are actually a couple of definitions of 'person', legally speaking. There's 'artificial person' (which is what
'person' really nowadays refers to in almost 100% of the cases), and there's 'natural person' (I might misremember this terminology, it's been a long
time since I researched this stuff).
Human beings are basically supposed to be 'natural persons', but in reality, any time you identify as 'person', you perform a joinder between 'human
being' (that's above legal system, corporations, and such), and thus, for all intents and purposes, chain yourself to and identify as the 'dead
person' that only exists on paper (=artificial person). This is why you are obliged to obey all kinds of weird acts and statutes, not because someone
in blue uniform has a gun.
A freeman-on-the-land is a human being that has either freed themselves from this artificial person, so they're no longer obliged to obey legal
system, statutes, acts, codes, etc. They're still required to obey the law, though, which is a different thing altogether (but we're fooled to think
it's the same thing).
The Oiled One you spoke of was on this planet long before legal system had become so powerful and all-encompassing that he could even have BEEN a
'person', the definition of 'person' probably didn't even exist back then, and he didn't even live in the west, so calling him a 'person' is just
wrong in ALL possible levels and ways. Also, why capitalize 'person'?
Talking about this Cosmic Messenger as if he's some kind of love-sick puppy also seems pretty insulting and almost blasphemous - he wasn't 'loving',
as people understand that term. He was a 'normal human being', and as such, radiated (and radiates) actual Love (a word you should've capitalized, if
any) from the highest levels of the Creator-Universe through his heart to all life without any exception.
Just calling him 'loving person' just sounds like some kind of lovesick jealous ex that stalks you around. You can be more respectful than that,
considering all the difficulties, pain and struggles he went through just to give us a message that could elevate this crummy population from tarpits
of hell to actual, happy and prosperous, loving human civilization.
Of course people of this planet tortured him to death and then warped his teachings and now even the highest-level priests and preachers don't even
understand his message anymore, and simply repeat words without any understanding or spiritual insight. 'You must lose a life to gain one' is probably
one of the most misunderstood phrases.
That simply means you have to lose a selfish, greedy, ego-based, fearful life to gain a proper, true, spiritually-grounded, real human life where you
can trust the Creator to take care of you and stop chasing illusions and be fooled by Maya.
I hope you can now see how insulting your, probably well-meaning post can look like, when you understand the terminology a bit better.
P.S. Did you know that 'Christ' really means 'The Oiled One'? Maybe we could start calling him THAT instead of 'Lord' and all these glittery,
superficial, gilded words and terms while being vile in our spirit simultaneously.
edit on 15-8-2021 by Shoujikina because: (no reason given)