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Monday, March 30, 2015

Has North Carolina Outlawed The Original Teachings of Jesus?

Is there a guarantee of First Amendment Religious Rights for the most religious and spiritual of believers and seekers?   Or, is freedom of religion only guaranteed for the entry-level mainstream of Christians whose tenets of belief do not require a great amount of dedication and commitment?   This is the question that has been set before the North Carolina Legislature.   And when rightly understood, the question that is being asked is whether there are Constitutional protections ONLY for faith-based religion that has no real requirements, and do these same Constitutional protections also apply to the original teachings of Jesus and TheWay that has many personal requirements?  
There are numerous Gospel teachings and commandments that are often overlooked -- except by the most Spiritually Mature who arrive at their level of Being, by understanding and putting these essential overlooked concepts and commandments into the daily practice of their lives.   To be in the world and not of it, one must maintain a very high degree of separation from the thinking, mindset and lifestyle of those who live carnal and cultural lives in accord with the thinking and ways of this world.   With respect to the actions of the original disciples as presented in the Book of Acts, the spiritual communities were to be set apart from the culture and people of this world to the degree that Paul commanded the Christians to have nothing to do with those who were portrayed as being spiritually or morally unclean -- i.e., "Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you" (2 Cor 6:17 KJV).   To the degree that Paul commanded the community of believers not even to dine with sinners -- i.e., "I wrote to you in my epistle not to keep company with sexually immoral people... But now I have written to you not to keep company with anyone named a brother, who is sexually immoral, or covetous, or an idolater, or a reviler, or a drunkard, or an extortioner -- not even to eat with such a person..." (1 Cor 5:9-13 NKJ).   
What causes the great variance in religious beliefs and lifestyle-practices?  Why does one person claim a religious exemption from such things as inoculations, while others of the same religious faith have no problem being vaccinated?   Is there a question of right or wrong?   Or, is each person's perceptive vision of both their religion and life in accord with their own level of spiritual awareness and manifest being?   In accord with the level of the rungs on the proverbial Jacob's Ladder of spiritual attainment and sanctification, it is true that more spiritually mature Christians perceive and understand at a much higher level than their entry-level counterparts.   And in view of the fact that the spiritual requirements for each level of attainment are different -- then it is important to understand the cause of these vast differences that often separates and creates walls of division within the same sect of believers and adherents.   But even more important is the fact that while the entry-level of basic faith-based believer has very little in the way of requirements, it is the more advanced spiritually mature Christian who must be discerning and set apart from the cultural mainstream -- i.e., "to whom much has been given, much more will be expected"

Our society is not accustomed to thinking of levels of knowledge, awareness and attainment within the body of Christians.   It is important to understand the reality presented in the Gospels when Jesus spoke to the multitudes in parables -- a system of allegories designed to conceal the inner meaning from the multitude of hearers, while permitting only a select group to understand the esoteric truths that were being revealed (see Mystery Of The Gospel).   And in explanation of  this process of teaching and revealing in accord with the level of spiritual maturity, the disciples of Jesus asked him why he spoke in enigmatic parables, and did not speak plainly to the people?   Jesus said of his disciples: “The secret of the kingdom of God has been given to you. But to those on the outside everything is said in parables so that, they may be ever seeing but never perceiving, and ever hearing but never understanding” (Mark 4:11-12 NIV).   That the word translated secret, is the same word translated mystery, and makes reference to a body of esoteric knowledge that is beyond man's organic "natural" comprehension, is a reality that few modern believers or the critics of religion have been able to come to terms with (see An Inconvenient Truth).   In explanation of the previous words of Jesus, the Wycliffe Bible Commentary writes that: “…the initiate was instructed in the esoteric teaching... which was not revealed to outsiders… The mystery of the kingdom in its ultimate development is the full-orbed message of the Gospel (Rom 16:25-26). The purpose of parables was to instruct the initiates without revealing the items of instruction to the ones who were without. This is in keeping with the Biblical principle that spiritual understanding is restricted to those who have become spiritual...”

The key teaching and concept in the above is the reality expressed in the teaching that "...the Biblical principle that spiritual understanding is restricted to those who have become spiritual...”.  Which provokes the question: How does one become spiritual?   In the parable of TheCall to the Wedding Feast, those who had not put on the required Wedding Garment of Spiritual Purity, were thrown out into the "outer darkness" of mind and being -- i.e., "Then the king said to the attendants, ‘Bind him hand and foot and cast him into the outer darkness. In that place there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth’" (Mt 22:13) -- "I say to you that many will come from east and west, and recline at the table with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven; but the sons of the kingdom will be cast out into the outer darkness; in that place there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth" (Mt 8:11-12) -- "For to everyone who has, more shall be given, and he will have an abundance; but from the one who does not have, even what he does have shall be taken away. Throw out the worthless slave into the outer darkness; in that place there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth" (Mt 25:29-30). 

 The original teachings of Jesus known as TheWay, was a system that enabled the lost prodigal sons who dwell in the "outer darkness" of this world -- i.e., portrayed as the Far Country -- to return to the Edenic Kingdom of our Heavenly Father -- the "narrow gate" entrance point, being within us (see ).   But to accomplish this, the seeker/disciple must evolve to a condition of spiritual maturity -- putting on what was portrayed as the required "wedding garment" of purity (see ) -- while seeking the Kingdom within.   The problem which arose is the Church became institutionalized under Pagan Rome -- and became the victim of secularization.   The series of emperors who ruled over the Church, suppressed the original spiritual teachings, and hunted down the more Spiritual Christians and murdered whoever refused to accept the religion of the emperor.  

In our present time the original spiritual teachings of Jesus are being re-established and the viability of the Church is once again moving in a more spiritual direction.   With the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls and many of the early suppressed Christian scriptures, the true spiritual foundation of the Church is once again being re-established.   More and more Christians are seeking spiritual maturity and the Kingdom within.   But to accomplish this transformation of the self, the Christian seeking spiritual maturity must purify the body as the Living Temple (see Temple), as they seek the next stage of birth that bestows upon them entrance into the Kingdom while still physically alive in the body-vessel.    And thus, the commandment set forth by Paul "Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you"   

The requirement of the Christian seeking Spiritual Maturity is to be in the world and not of it.    The Spiritual Christian lives in accord with biblical standards -- rejects the carnal-driven culture within which our society is presently immersed -- Spiritual Christians seek to become the "good ground" within which the Living Seed has been implanted (see Good Ground) -- like Daniel, rejects the diet of our society (see The End Times) -- and only puts substances that are pure and natural in their bodies.   

In the spiritual abstract entitled Inoculations - From A Christian Biblical Perspective -- I demonstrate that in addition to defiling the body-vessel, inoculations act as a catalyst for thoughts and impressions to bombard and ground the child to our earth-bound hedonist culture.   I demonstrate that as Christians become more spiritually mature, that they begin to receive the impressions from the Indwelling Logos/Son of God -- and it is these impressions that convey to them to purify their body-vessel, and to reject such things as inoculations and permitting their children to become immersed in the cultural thinking and lifestyle of this world.   And while as a Conservative Red State, North Carolina provided the necessary environment for this Spiritual Growth and Maturity to be brought about in the lives of many Christians, the North Carolina legislature is attempting to change the laws that would make it more difficult for this spiritual growth and development to be brought about.   And while one would expect this from an over-secularized blue state that denies the people their individual God-Given Rights, the very fact that the North Carolina legislature is even considering the denial of individual rights, causes many to question the differences between the two political parties.   

The present influx of many communicable diseases can better be attributed to those coming over the southern border of the United States with virtually every disease known to man, than to those who hold personal religious convictions against the inoculation of their children.    The fact that our government is needlessly exposing the American people to every variety of exotic diseases, is part of the insanity of what I portray as the Black Plague of the Mind (see The Morphic Field - Public School - Inoculations As A Catalyst).    

On the website Inoculations - From A Christian Biblical Perspective there is a letter from and in reply to Sen. Terry Van Duyn with respect to the North Carolina Legislatures attempt to force the parents of those who hold a sincere religious conviction to inoculate their children -- thereby eliminating their First Amendment Religious Rights.   And as stated throughout the article, the result of this legislative action will gravely effect the development of all religious groups throughout the state.        

Allan Cronshaw
aka Brother of Yeshua/Jesus  


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