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Sunday, January 16, 2022

The Faux-Doctrines Of Pagan Rome

 Why do Christians believe the faux-doctrines of Pagan Rome? The Lie Of Original Sin

The name and concept of Original Sin was imported into Christianity directly from Manichaeism -- and in no way does this Manichaeism doctrine represent the Gospel teachings (see
Original Sin And Spiritual Osmosis ).  Therefore, the foundational framework of the modern Church is based upon the teachings of the Iranian prophet Mani, and not at all based upon the teachings of the Gospels.   And in total opposition to the Manichaean and Mithraic dogma of the doctrine of Original Sin, when rightly understood from a Gospel perspective, what is personified as Original Sin would more accurately be portrayed as Original Opportunity.   Which provokes the question: If the modern Christian is faithful to the Original Sin teachings of the Iranian prophet Mani, while rejecting the Original Opportunity teachings of the Gospels, can they even make claim to belief in Jesus?  And the facts can be proven by presenting relevant Gospel teachings that explain the doctrine of Original Opportunity. 

The original followers of Jesus who walked and talked with him daily, witnessed to the fact that Jesus was a holy man who fulfilled the Law within his on mind and being, in order to become Anointed (Messiah/Christ), and achieve the next stage of non-physical birth which is allegorically portrayed as the virgin birth (see The Ebionite Nazirenes ).  Jesus taught his disciples how to fulfill the Law within their own mind and being, to become Anointed, and achieve all that he did (see The Law Of The Gospels ).

The Cross and the Crucifixion is a Spiritual Experience that you must bring about within yourself in order to achieve Oneness with the Mind of God -- i.e., quoting from The Cross You Must Bear To Your Own Crucifixion : "If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me" (Luke 9:23).  Further stating: "And he who does not take his cross and follow after Me is not worthy of Me" (Matt 10:38).  And the Gospel of Mark quotes Jesus as stating: "Then Jesus called the crowd to Him along with His disciples, and He told them, If anyone wants to come after Me, he must deny himself and take up his cross and follow Me" (Mark 8:34).   Jesus did not say that you must believe that he was crucified.  And this is further clarified where Jesus states that you must carry your own cross: "And whoever does not carry his cross and follow Me cannot be My disciple" (Luke 14:27).  What Jesus is stating is that you must "come after [him]" by taking up [your own] cross daily" -- that you must carry your own cross "EVERY DAY" (DAILY) -- and with your own cross, you must bring about and submit to your own crucifixion.  Further requiring the follower to "deny himself", which can be portrayed as the meaning of the word Ebionite, which means the "poor ones" -- which can be portrayed as those who are poor to the thinking, mindset and lifestyle of this world.   But what does this mean?  What does carrying your own cross DAILY, entail?  Belief in the cross as an event in the life of the historical man Jesus, does not in any manner equate to taking up your own cross every day of your life, and carrying it to your own crucifixion.  Thus, while our knowledge of the cross that each person must carry is crucial, few Christians possess the in-depth knowledge to understand the symbolism and meaning -- especially when they rely upon the historical image of the crucifix that portrays the Cross in an historical context that is relevant only to the historical man Jesus.  No other words have been more misunderstood than what is personified in the deeper meaning the Cross than the critical concepts of crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension.  Let us just say they are so loaded with heavy dogmatic baggage, that their actual spiritual meaning is hopelessly lost when it is realized that the words apply to each and every person in human existence.  While crucifixion obviously refers to an old method of executing people by hanging their bodies’ up on a cross and letting them die. If we believe that is the meaning of crucifixion when used in the scriptures, then it prevents us from understanding that it can have many other meanings pertaining to the nature of life and how the lost prodigal son gains freedom from the Citizen of this, the Far Country, in his quest to return to the Edenic Kingdom.

 Lastly, Jesus himself stated that you don't need him for your salvation.  With respect to the concept of Wholeness, Jesus portrayed himself as a physician: "They that are whole have no need of the physician, but they that are sick: I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance" (Mark 2:17).   Before this verse can be understood we must first understand what it means to be Whole.   Which provokes the question: How is Wholeness achieved?   Contrary to the dogma of the modern Church, if Jesus is the savior who every person needs for salvation, then Jesus himself said the Church was wrong, and those who are Whole do not need him.  And as a physician, Jesus did not come for the salvation of those who are Whole, but only for those who are sick and in need of a physician.   And in total opposition to Church dogma, what this also means is that at the time the historical man Jesus walked the face of the earth, there existed people who he portrayed as "whole [and] righteous" who did not need Jesus the physician.  Jesus openly states that his mission as a spiritual physician is not for them, because they achieved the necessary Wholeness without him.  Does everyone need Jesus as the modern Christian maintains?  While Jesus himself said that those who had achieved Wholeness did not need him as a spiritual physician -- i.e., They that are whole have no need of the physician..." -- and that with effort, all of mankind is capable of achieving a condition that Jesus portrayed as "whole [and] righteous", which means that these people who did achieve Wholeness, were not sick, and in Jesus' own words were not in need of him (Jesus) as a physician to heal them.   Which means that the whole foundation of modern Church dogma is man-made and in error.  If this is true, the question must be asked: Was there any other early teachings that support this position of Jesus who came only to heal those who were sick and in need of a physician?  And this ultra-important teaching which is totally rejected by the Church, is further supported by a quotation of the Apostle Peter in the Homilies of his disciple Clement where Peter states: "For there would have been no need of Moses, or of the coming of Jesus, if of themselves they would have understood what is reasonable..."  And with respect to what is being portrayed as being reasonable to the degree that the person does not need either Moses of Jesus?  From an original Gospel perspective, the Apostle Peter is stating that those who seek to achieve Wholeness do not need either Moses or Jesus.  In total opposition to modern Church doctrine, Peter then added to the foregoing statement:  "Neither is there salvation in believing in teachers and calling them lords” (Clementine Homilies, Chap. 5, p139 Anti-Nicene Library).  Herein, what Peter is stating is that there is no salvation in merely calling upon the name of the Lord as Christians do today throughout their Churches -- but only in achieving Wholeness.   And when rightly understood, those who achieve Wholeness have brought this Condition about by doing the Will of God -- and having lived and manifest the Truth in their daily lives -- which Truth has been revealed to them directly from our Heavenly Father -- i.e., “My teaching is not My own, Jesus replied. It comes from Him who sent Me."  And then Jesus explained: "If anyone desires to do His will, he will know whether My teaching is from God or whether I speak on My own" (John 7:16-17).   What this means is that ANYONE who sincerely desires to do the Will of God, will know the Truth, and will learn the Truth directly from God -- i.e., "It is written in the prophets, 'And they shall all be taught by God'" (John 6:45).  Therefore, in achieving the necessary Wholeness, they did not need Jesus as either a teacher, or for their salvation. 


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