For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against
the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.
Although such things reside in the domain of an unknown unknown or what we don't know and don't even know we don't know, being inaccessible, I think
nevertheless it's fair to assume certain basic presuppositions about offworld "kingdoms" and powers and principalities of both good, and evil,
starting with ideas around various social structures and levels of power, authority and technological advance, etc.
Is there not a certain fundamental paradox involving issues of leadership and the right to rule, along with what might be considered a controversy
surrounding the issue of authority and spiritual authority?
How are these things, these evolutionary struggles amid varying social orders and civilizations, resolved, satisfactorily, and, here's the big
question, does any of it impinge on those same things here on Earth or vice versa, particularly when we look back on ancient history?
"What is loosed on Earth is loosed in heaven above but what is bound on Earth is bound in heaven also" (JC)
Was it really "God" of the whole universe who resided in a cloud above Mount Sanai and who made the burning bush burn without burning, who spoke to
Moses, and gave the law (to foreshadow Christ as it's completion) or an agent of God? (wittingly or unwittingly). Who was it who hid in the cleft of
the rock and told Moses that at most he could see his back moving by, lest he die to see his face?
I know that some people talk about things like "low vibration interdimentional beings that feed of human fear and suffering", but would it not be more
appropriate to think instead of the workings and organizational dynamics of a near limitless number of civilizations?
By what principals are they governed and might some of the "natives" be evil and worse evil and wrestles?
And as solipsistic as this might sound, because we are and were included in the grand scheme of things, and not excluded, might the human being have a
chip in the game? Are we slaves in the context of some sort of Egyptian-like pyramid and hiearchy and are human sacrifices still made to appease an
ancient evil God in Moloch or Baal, or are we meant to stand right next to the Godhead made in the image of God and as the latest and greatest
(physiologically and spiritually-in-POTENTIA) as free people, set free to freely love as we are first loved? but not in the context of a domination
system, but instead a type of servant leadership of mutuality that always comes from the higher to serve the lower and to raise up what is low to
increasingly higher heights of awareness and understanding?
If each World isn't an island unto itself and if the whole cosmos is at some level a non-local, holographic universe where LOCAL MATTERS, then is
there not still remaining an unrealized Great Work of all Ages even if Christ set the standard in a Justice met only by a tender Mercy that stands as
tall as the heavens are long?
Is there not something that we alone are responsible for? and are we not like stones in a living temple? some to be added some hewn as needed to be
fit into place, if there is a place for the human being to be placed within.
But how on Earth, and in heaven above, could we eventually set to work bringing such a thing about as a mission and a purpose - if we are also subject
to predation and all manner of misuse and abuse? Eh?
In offering himself up as spiritual food for our enjoyment, didn't Jesus say, from the apex of spiritual authority - "instead of eat or be eaten,
here, eat of me, instead."?
When i look at the Bible as a set of allegories and narratives and ancient history, I recognize the theme of a continual struggle for freedom relative
to an evil domination system which is fundamentally satanic.
If so, do they presume, these people, these so-called "elite", from Popes to Kings and Queens and Prime Ministers and Corporate "elite" (most are just
greedy bastards out for themselves) that the appeal they are making are to the lowest and base nature and the.. lessor angels, of the highest and the
most powerful and influential civilizations in the universe?
Maybe it's only demons who come to their aid, while everyone else and the watchers look on shaking their heads in abject disappointment..
It's a risky gambit one would think to presume that God as some sort of apex of leadership and authority, is the devil.
Many would not approve.
Further, if we "act as if" in policy position relative to an imagined hiearchy, it's unlikely to be a series of monarchies and kingdoms in the
traditional sense, particularly if they are many millions or even billions of years more advanced in every way - then what humanity is SPEWING, due to
the inept and corrupt "leadership" of human society and civilization, may pose a grave risk to the human species and to our own continuance ie: maybe
a democratic "vote" is developing, while God goes the distance to say that the human being is his intentionally included child and friend. Might the
whole cosmos know at some level what went down on Golgotha?
What does authentic civilized leadership even look like if it's not in the spirit of servant leadership for the sake of love (a Christian context)?
Does the Queen of England or Barack Obama ever fall to their knees in tears of repentance?
This brings me to the idea of the bind, and what i call the double-bind set loose by none other than Jesus, a single human being, relative to an evil
system, a corrupt and wicked Babylonian system who killed them and their iniatiates and took Jesus' authority and then reframed it with stained glass
windows by which to rule for 1000 years, and then some, 2000 and by this I'm not blaming the chruch alone per se, but the very same ancient occult
mystery religion of Bablyon which as far as I can tell, sought to access power by the aid of some higher power (other than a loving God)...
In the book of Revelation, the "secret of Satan" results in the implosion of Babylon, and where "Bablyon" is, precisely, who can say and does it even
Now instead of getting triggered or biased at my use of a Biblical historical context involving the issue of leadership and a universal controvery
over spiritual authority, or of simply offering up the same sort of cosmology that you always do, I'd like to invite you to consider reframing it
within the context of a very precisely administered "death star shot" at the wicked and the evil, as if they are reading or will read it. Thank
I believe that context and framing is decisive because the very stuff of life is made of story, and therefore that the "word" when it's given (doesn't
matter through who or by what means) is formative, where form follows function and function, universal principals, all of which make life worth living
and fun for one and all in the house.
In other words, buggering children and being corrupt while giving yourselves awards and knighthoods and titles and offices etc., I don't think passes
muster, not here, not anywhere. Not even the natives are about to lift a finger either, not when Civility itself may be defined as: Consciously
motivated organizational behavior that is ethical in submission to a higher power where there are always higher powers still unto the very Godhead who
is very close to us, and never far away.
If this is right, and if no man, and no WORLD, is an island unto itself, then a lot of high placed human beings are in a dire predicament, as the New
Jersulamen ascends and while Bablyon, is 3X fallen.
"When will you learn how to cry?"
It's a heart war. No military hardware required.
"When the hearts of men, and women, change - kingdoms will change!" ~ John the Baptist
If I could I would baptise the evil and the wicked with their own tears.
Be blessed (not blessed be),
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