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Monday, December 26, 2016

Cluelessness At The Huffington Post

If St. Augustine was looking through a portal into the future when he wrote that: “He is a slave to a sign who uses or worships a significant thing without knowing what it signifies..", it would be noted that he was making reference to the article in the Huffington Post by Suzanne DeWitt Hall entitled: Jesus: The First Transgender Man (see…/jesus-the-first-transgend_b… ). But then again, so too can it be said that the Church Father Origen was making reference to this article when he posed the question: "What man is found such an idiot..." not to seek out the deeper spiritual meaning, concluding that: "I believe that every man must hold these things for images, under which the hidden sense lies concealed”. To suggest that Suzanne DeWitt Hall is clueless as to the spiritual meaning of the allegorical symbols she denigrates, is perhaps eclipsed only by the Huffington Post's willingness to publish such ignorant trash.
When Suzanne DeWitt Hall passes over to the Hereafter and takes account of her life -- discovering that she has made little progress towards fulfilling the objectives of the life she was living -- she will wish at that point that she possessed a knowing understanding of these allegorical symbols that are important aspects of the scriptures as the Key of Knowledge ( ) -- only then will it become apparent to her just how clueless she was. And she will begin to understand the statement in the Gospel of Thomas: "...But if you will not know yourselves, you dwell in poverty and it is you who are that poverty". Without knowing the important meaning of these symbols she denigrates, it remains impossible to fulfill the adage to Know Thyself.
If the scriptures are properly interpreted and understood within the environment of one's own Cosmology of Mind and Being, they must be turned within one's own mind in search of self-knowledge and our true relationship to our un-manifest Soul-Self ( ), and our Soul's relationship to Creator-God. And in her failure to understand what is being conveyed in these universal symbols of evolved and higher consciousness, Suzanne DeWitt Hall will find herself confronted by her own abject ignorance of self and intellectual poverty that she promotes in her writings.
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