The World and The Kingdom of God

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For every one that doeth evil hateth the light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds should be reproved. But he that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in God.” (John 3:16-21)

Each of the times the word “world” is mentioned in this passage it is translated from the Greek “kosmos” referring to “an apt and harmonious arrangement or constitution, order, government” referencing the kinds of human civil governments exemplified by the Roman New World Order at the time and, in this case, as synecdotal reference to those within its jurisdiction. When John says that “God loved the world”, it means that God loved those trapped into civil bondage by chasing after the socialist desires of their flesh. When John says that God sent Christ to not condemn the world, it means that Christ’s arrival was not one of punitive judgment against their political rebellion and usurpation of God’s jurisdiction, but one of restorative offering of repentance. Read carefully that passage. It is saying that an alternative kind of politician in the person of Christ, along with his alternative kind of kingdom is a new and renewed rebuttal to the status quo of the kingdoms of darkness. The very introduction of the Kingdom of Light as an idea is enough to expose the wickedness of the hearts of men who find their citizenship to reflect the gospels of the “world”.’

Following Christ the Esoteric Way

I know Christ said that if we want to follow him we must:

  1. Repent/confess our sins: in modern translation this is kind of like what can be done when we see a psychiatrist. We look back on our past and start to move through our past actions and emotions and start letting go of those things. Turning away from them.
  2. Deny ourselves and take up our cross and follow him: This essentially is giving up our fleshly desire/ego and crucifying it. Jesus’ faith was true Gnosis because he was showing us the way to eternal life allowing his flesh to be crucified having gnosis that our soul once born again in spirit is eternal. His sacrifice shows us the way and what we must do to realize our own salvation.
  3. He tells us how we can identify other true Christians that are walking the path by their fruit and he tells us what the good fruits of the spirit are: Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, faith, gentleness, meekness, temperance.
  4. He tells us how we can develop good fruits and become great in the Kingdom of heaven: He says we must “learn to be the servants of all.”
  5. He reveals how we must be born again and this is where real gnosis and esotericism come into play: I’m certain this part comes from ancient mystery schools and teachings found around the world and what I am still trying myself to discover: we must be born again by water and spirit. I think baptism is just symbology for something that must happen within us and some of this knowledge is revealed in alchemy and other traditions. I feel like it is hidden because it can be used for good but can also be used for evil. This is the mystery and the deepest esotericism having a rich deep history in every spiritual tradition.
  6. Christ reveals enough exoterically to find the answers: Seek and ye shall find, knock and the door will be opened unto you. All of us can find the answers by performing the works above I believe.
  7. The most revealing part of his exoteric ministry was when he told us that the kingdom of heaven is at hand. But you won’t find it in the clouds, in deep space, under the sea or any place. But the kingdom of heaven is within you and it is all around you. It just won’t reveal itself until you have done the works. Faith without works is dead!

12 strands of DNA of Christ and Us

Ten Strands Of DNA are Interdimensional. In 4D [Human dimensionality], you have two DNA strands [loops or toroids]. Those who would tell you that you have 12 are giving you a 4D description of a multidimensional puzzle. There are truly only two biological or physical strands. All of the rest, the ten that are not mentioned and not described and not visible in 4D, are in layers within the two you can see. They are not additional strands or loops or toroids. They lay upon the biological ones, many of them interfacing biologically with the strands that you are able to see. So, there are really two strands with another ten interdimensional aspects upon them. That is how you arrive at the 12. Ten you cannot see, and two you can.

In embracing the first set of twelve strands of DNA, one is considered “Christed.” Many metaphysicians have spoken of the return of the “Christ.” The return of “Christ” is and will be in the form of many who will embody the new genetics. The individual who has embodied twelve strands of DNA or has become “Christed” moves beyond limitation within human form. In moving beyond limitation, the individual also moves out of fear. As all of mankind embodies the new genetics, civilisation will gradually restructure itself to be based on unconditional love.

Israel, Prevail With God

One cannot be classified as an Israelite in the real sense of the word unless they have overcome the world, sin, Satan and self through their faith in God; overcomers are spiritual Israelites. Notice that the patriarch Jacob had his name changed to “Israel” only after he wrestled with God and prevailed (Genesis 32:28). The word “Israel” means “God is Sovereign”. So self which was Jacob’s biggest and final enemy was subdued and God’s sovereignty, glory and power could now be expressed evidently through his life. Consequently, he became an overcomer. Overcomers are prevailers; they are those who have learnt to prevail with God. They are those who will make up the CHURCH (Ekklesia) of the Lord Jesus Christ (Revelation 7, Revelation 14:1-5).

If so, where does that put the physical Jews or Israelites?

Religion That Has Been Replaced

Most religious people don’t know their entire religion is a repackaging of ancient Sumerian myths in the old testament, and Egyptian, gnostic texts in the New Testament. They don’t realize Christianity prior to Nicean Creed has more in common with New Age than modern day Catholic Christianity. This isn’t an opinion. This is a fact.

Babylonian, Mesopotamian, Norse, and sumerian etc all have their own similar creation epics, as well as flood epics. Use comparative Mythology, use syncretism.

The Enuma Elish
The Epic of Gilgamesh
The Atra-hasis
The Code of Hammurabi

‘the other Bible’
‘the gnostic Bible’
‘the nag hammadi scriptures’
‘The Pistis Sophia’
A Masonic King James Holy Bible from ebay.

Think of the old testament in relation to the new testament in the literalized current form of dogma infused with what you’ve read in the other books mentioned and books left out of the Bible and look within for the answer.

The message of the New Testament is to use your heart over your mind’s lower base desires. This is why every archaic picture of Jesus shows him pointing to his flaming heart.

You cannot serve two masters. Which will be your master?
Your heart or your untaimed mind?

Cultivate the empty field of the mind to harvest good fruit from the heart.

There are four gospels that were included in the Bible, yet there’s evidence that there were many more. What makes those 4 special? During the Council of Nicea the most influential Bishops hashed out what official Christianity would be and these 4 were picked because they reinforced “their” beliefs and what they wanted the religion to be. All others were deemed heretical and burned. Few copies have been rediscovered like the Dead Sea Scrolls and they offer other teachings and points of view. Reincarnation makes much more sense than once and done. The Bible is a compilation of books MEN put together to influence other men. Not God to influence man.

Originally Christianity embraced reincarnation but the Church wanted more immediate control over its members so they switched to the “one life” doctrine forcing believers to live a guilt and anxiety ridden lifestyle.

I’ve studied quite a few Near Death Experiences and read books on past life regression and then read the recently discovered gnostic scriptures which predate Christianity from the Nag Hammadi library and the Pistis of Sophia you’ll see that their similarities are amazing. In the Pistis of Sophia Jesus described in great detail how souls continue to reincarnate and “drink from a cup of forgetfulness” before each lifetime and that a soul should raise their spiritual awareness until they obtain gnosis which is knowledge through spiritual experience.

You won’t find a clear passage in the Bible that says reincarnation exists. What you do find are clues and allegories…The most popular would be the passage where Jesus tells his disciples that John the Baptist is the spirit of Elijah;

In fact, Matthew 11:14 Jesus says, And if YOU ARE WILLING TO ACCEPT IT, he is the Elijah who was to come.