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Monday, February 25, 2019

When You Look Into The Scriptures

What is the message of the article at the Cosmology Of The Gospels at ?

 The Source of the New Covenant is founded upon the Essenes -- and with the advent of the man Jesus who totally fulfilled the Royal Law within his own mind and being -- thereby becoming the Anointed (Messiah/Christ) and arising to the stature of being the first prodigal son to become At-One with the indwelling Logos/Son of God -- the Ebionite Nazirenes were the embodiment of the New Covenant. BY DESIGN, there is virtually no historical message in the Gospels -- and this is why the Church Father Origen pointed out the "worthlessness" of the historical interpretation of the scriptures -- i.e., “Scripture contains an unhistorical element in-woven with the history, in order that the worthlessness of the latter may drive us to seek the spiritual meaning” (Origen quoted under Origen Adamntius; The Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics). The above article on the Cosmology of the Gospels, conveys the process of how the catalysts develop the Intuitive Spheres of Mind that have been neglected and atrophied by the wisdom of this world.

 Jesus taught that the Kingdom is within us -- and unless you understand the scriptures as a mirror image of your own mind -- IN THE PRESENT -- then the scriptures cannot bring about their intended objective of mental-expansion and spiritual-deepening. And what this means is that all the modern interpretations of the scriptures which rely upon the historical understanding, do more to alienate the person from not only their True-Self -- but also, spiritually disenfranchise the blind believer -- in many respects the fate of the religious person is worse off than the unbeliever. But regardless, neither the believer who has embraced the historically based sects that promote their "worthless" interpretations -- as well as the critics and unbelievers who have yet to evolve through the necessary transformative birth process that is the primary purpose of the Gospels -- can make any real gains in the life they are presently living .

 When I use the term "worthless" interpretations, this is true at any time where we attempt to understand the scriptures from a Linear or historical perspective. When you look into a mirror image, everything you see is in the present -- and unless you understand that when you look into the scriptures what you are seeing is a mirror image of your own mind in the present, then your interpretations of the scriptures will not only be worthless, but will gravely mislead you. In his Ecclestical History Eusebius writes that: “Many were led astray by reading the allegorical contents of the scriptures literally in the method of the Pharisees and Sadducees”.  You are the prodigal son/daughter of the Most High -- and the scriptures are designed to assist you in your escape from the servitude to the "Citizen" of this, the Far Country -- which, when properly used for their intended purpose, have the ability to restore your consciousness to the Edenic Kingdom of Origination.

 Can this transformative process of mental growth and development be invoked and brought about without the scriptures? Yes, but only if you understand the Cosmology of Mind and Being, and you work within the design of the Natural Laws to bring about the same developmental accomplishments as the historical man Jesus who became the epitome of Wholeness and Completion.

 With the knowledge of the Cosmology of Mind, what is personified as the 12 disciples, Jesus, the virgin birth, the resurrection, as well as all the symbols of higher consciousness that are used as catalysts in the Gospels, must become developed and manifest in Wholeness. The moment you attempt to read the scriptures in the manner of the Jews -- i.e., historically -- then you have thrown away the Key of Knowledge ( ). Moreover, ANYONE who has begun to develop their minds beyond organic human levels, will know and understand the reality that I portray in the above. Which means that if you don't know what I know as presented in the above, then you have yet to Know Thyself -- i.e., quoting the Gospel of Thomas: "...But if you will not know yourselves, you dwell in poverty and it is you who are that poverty". What I am presenting is the Universal Truth that was known by all the disciples of the New Covenant -- as well as those who truly fulfilled the adage to Know Thyself.


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