Wednesday, 11 October 2017
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Dearest,

Is this true?

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1976022422674803&set=gm.1875306179382860&type=3

Supposedly yahweh / jehova / allah "God" = The Demiurge - Chief of the Archons, a jealous being who has set himself up as God..

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According to the gnostics teachings ,The "God" presented in the old testament is a fallen creature that was spawned as a mistake from the true god in the Pleroma ( true heaven.)He is known for stoning kids for disobeying parents, rape, murder by the millions and yet we are told in this society that this is a god of love in church? The god of the new testament which Jesus gave us was not this god and if you have discernment and read behind his words, you'll see he is in direct opposition to the name of JEHOVAH which means "God of wickedness". Look it up. It was said in the old testament from Jehovah eye for eye tooth for tooth where as Jesus says turn the other cheek. Violence begets more violence and Christ understood this. He was sent to this earth to free us from this so called god and his ill intentions toward mankind. Its much to get into here, but please do the research and your be amazed of who you've been following all this years in your 501c3 churches who push prosperity.Christ wasn't rich and drove limos. He had no where to lay his head. Please note im not trying to diminish your faith but the evidence is overwhelming if you have a open mind for it.

What are your thoughts on this?
4 years ago
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#15338
Accepted Answer
It is indispensable that our disciples cultivate the beautiful quality of veneration. We must profoundly venerate all sacred and divine things. We must profoundly venerate all the works of the Creator. We must profoundly venerate the venerable masters of the Universal White Fraternity. Respect and veneration completely open the doors of the superior worlds for us.

We must not have preferences for anyone. We must attend the beggar and the gentleman with the same respect and veneration. We must cultivate the same courtesy for the rich and the poor and for the aristocrat and the peasant in order to equally attend to them without any preferences.

We must cultivate patience and prudence. The ants and the bees are patient and prudent. We must end all eagerness for accumulation and for greed. We must learn to be indifferent before gold and wealth.

We must learn to appreciate the Doctrine of the Heart more. He who despises the Doctrine of the Heart because he follows the Doctrine of the Eye (theories, schools, bookish culture, etc.) can never reach great realizations.

We must learn how to know good from evil and evil from good. In everything that is evil, there is something good; in everything that is good, there is something evil.
Although it seems incredible, the Mary Magdalenes are much closer to initiation than many innocent girls. Although it seems unusual to the student, the one who is pointed at and accused with the finger is often closer to the initiation than the hypocritical, sanctimonious one who sweetly smiles before the people in the auditorium of the lodge or temple.
Paul of Tarsus was an executioner and an assassin before the event that took place in his journey to Damascus. The instantaneous transformation of this man surprised all the saints of Jerusalem. The evil one converted himself into a prophet...This is the mystery of Baphomet.

Animal pedestals sustain the sacred objects of the temples. The legs of the thrones of the masters are made of monsters. Christ knew how to appreciate the beauty of the teeth on a decomposing body of a dog. Blue flames were blazing in the demon Beelzebub. These flames assisted him in order to transform him into a disciple of the White Hierarchy.

Crime is often hidden within the incense of prayer. The disciple must not judge anyone, nor criticize anyone, in order to form a rich interior life. At times, it is a crime to speak, and at other times, it is a crime to be silent. It is a crime to speak when we must be silent, and likewise, it is a crime to be silent when we must speak. There is the need to learn how to control the word and to know how to calculate with exactness the result of our words. One word can serve as a blessing to one person, yet as an insult to another.
Therefore, we must calculate very well the result of a word before it is uttered.

The lords of karma judge the results of actions without taking into account good intentions. Our mind must be simple and humble and filled with the most profound respect.

Our disciples must carefully avoid any argument in order not to waste their energy uselessly. Whosoever wants to accept the doctrine of the Gnostics, let him accept it. Whosoever does not want to accept it is not yet mature. Therefore, it is useless to form an argument in order to convince such an individual.
“May argument be forbidden. May discord in words be thrown down. May all weeds leave the path clear.”

We must cultivate gratitude because ingratitude and treason are joined.

It is necessary to eliminate envy, because the Judas’s who sell the master for thirty silver coins are the outcome of envy. Envy is a poisonous flower that is greatly abundant among the tenebrous swamps of all the spiritual schools of the world. Envy is often disguised with the cloak of the judge.

We must cultivate sincerity, because the most beautiful flowers of the spirit sprout within the substance of sincerity.

All these qualities will give us a rich interior life. This is how we internally prepare ourselves for the great esoteric disciplines of the mind, that blaze within the burning flames of the universe.

Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah,
the Root of David, has prevailed to open the book,
and to loose the seven seals thereof. - Revelation 5: 5

4 years ago
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#15338
Accepted Answer
It is indispensable that our disciples cultivate the beautiful quality of veneration. We must profoundly venerate all sacred and divine things. We must profoundly venerate all the works of the Creator. We must profoundly venerate the venerable masters of the Universal White Fraternity. Respect and veneration completely open the doors of the superior worlds for us.

We must not have preferences for anyone. We must attend the beggar and the gentleman with the same respect and veneration. We must cultivate the same courtesy for the rich and the poor and for the aristocrat and the peasant in order to equally attend to them without any preferences.

We must cultivate patience and prudence. The ants and the bees are patient and prudent. We must end all eagerness for accumulation and for greed. We must learn to be indifferent before gold and wealth.

We must learn to appreciate the Doctrine of the Heart more. He who despises the Doctrine of the Heart because he follows the Doctrine of the Eye (theories, schools, bookish culture, etc.) can never reach great realizations.

We must learn how to know good from evil and evil from good. In everything that is evil, there is something good; in everything that is good, there is something evil.
Although it seems incredible, the Mary Magdalenes are much closer to initiation than many innocent girls. Although it seems unusual to the student, the one who is pointed at and accused with the finger is often closer to the initiation than the hypocritical, sanctimonious one who sweetly smiles before the people in the auditorium of the lodge or temple.
Paul of Tarsus was an executioner and an assassin before the event that took place in his journey to Damascus. The instantaneous transformation of this man surprised all the saints of Jerusalem. The evil one converted himself into a prophet...This is the mystery of Baphomet.

Animal pedestals sustain the sacred objects of the temples. The legs of the thrones of the masters are made of monsters. Christ knew how to appreciate the beauty of the teeth on a decomposing body of a dog. Blue flames were blazing in the demon Beelzebub. These flames assisted him in order to transform him into a disciple of the White Hierarchy.

Crime is often hidden within the incense of prayer. The disciple must not judge anyone, nor criticize anyone, in order to form a rich interior life. At times, it is a crime to speak, and at other times, it is a crime to be silent. It is a crime to speak when we must be silent, and likewise, it is a crime to be silent when we must speak. There is the need to learn how to control the word and to know how to calculate with exactness the result of our words. One word can serve as a blessing to one person, yet as an insult to another.
Therefore, we must calculate very well the result of a word before it is uttered.

The lords of karma judge the results of actions without taking into account good intentions. Our mind must be simple and humble and filled with the most profound respect.

Our disciples must carefully avoid any argument in order not to waste their energy uselessly. Whosoever wants to accept the doctrine of the Gnostics, let him accept it. Whosoever does not want to accept it is not yet mature. Therefore, it is useless to form an argument in order to convince such an individual.
“May argument be forbidden. May discord in words be thrown down. May all weeds leave the path clear.”

We must cultivate gratitude because ingratitude and treason are joined.

It is necessary to eliminate envy, because the Judas’s who sell the master for thirty silver coins are the outcome of envy. Envy is a poisonous flower that is greatly abundant among the tenebrous swamps of all the spiritual schools of the world. Envy is often disguised with the cloak of the judge.

We must cultivate sincerity, because the most beautiful flowers of the spirit sprout within the substance of sincerity.

All these qualities will give us a rich interior life. This is how we internally prepare ourselves for the great esoteric disciplines of the mind, that blaze within the burning flames of the universe.

Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah,
the Root of David, has prevailed to open the book,
and to loose the seven seals thereof. - Revelation 5: 5

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