Posts Categorized: where in the Bible

Solomon, Asmodeus, the Shamir, and Silence in the Temple

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Solomon, Asmodeus, the Shamir, and Silence in the Temple

Solomon’s Temple, the permanent ‘home for God’ where the Ark of the Covenant would rest and the Shechinah would dwell, was built on the same pattern as the original ‘Tabernacle in the Wilderness’ that was built by Moses, though it was far more grand and elaborate.    The Bible tells us that “no hammer or…
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WHO KILLED JESUS?

Posted by & filed under Birth of Christ, crucifixion, Did the Jews kill Jesus, Hate Religion but Love Jesus, meaning of Bible, where in the Bible, Who killed Christ, Who killed Jesus.

TweetShare Jesus stood before Pilate. The priests and elders said, “We found this man perverting our nation, forbidding us to pay taxes to the emperor, and saying that he himself is the Messiah.” Pilate asked him, “Are you the King of the Jews?” Jesus responded, “Do you ask this from yourself, or did others tell…
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THE RAPE OF DINAH

Posted by & filed under circumcision, Genesis, Hamor, Jacob and Esau, Rape of Dinah, Shechem, symbols meaning, what does Bible say, where in the Bible.

TweetShare During their journey, Jacob and his family came to the city of Shechem. Jacob bought some land from a man named Hamor, whose son’s name was Shechem, like the town. On one particular day, while Jacob’s sons were out pasturing the flock, Hamor’s son Shechem brought some of the young maidens of the land…
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DID THE DISCIPLES BELIEVE IN REINCARNATION?

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TweetShare    As Jesus was walking with his disciples, “he saw a man who was blind from birth”. His disciples, having learned that this sort of affliction can be the result of ‘sin’, and noting that the blindness in this case had been from birth, asked Christ whether it was the man himself or his…
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COMMUNION, SALVATION, & MYSTICAL UNION

Posted by & filed under blood of christ, bread and wine, Communion, Eucharyist, Frithjof Schuon, interfaith, meaning religious symbols, sacraments, where in the Bible.

TweetShare Jesus tells his followers that “unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you…. [F]or my flesh is true food and my blood is true drink.” The ritual of Communion is a ritual of sacrifice and rebirth, a renewal of the binding compact…
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ARE ALL RELIGIONS REALLY TEACHING THE SAME THING?

Posted by & filed under Abraham Isaac Jacob, are all religions the same, Carl Jung, Demeter, different Faiths get along, father son holy spirit, interfaith, is Jesus God?, Persephone, St. Augustine, where in the Bible.

TweetShare “Isn’t this idea offensive to many adherents of different faiths and sects who believe they are following the only ‘real’ teaching?” First of all, I would say that they are right, they are following the only ‘real’ teaching. Because there’s only one real teaching – just different ways of expressing it. Here’s an example…
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THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS – SOLVING THE WRONG MYSTERY

Posted by & filed under Christian Mystery, Dead Sea Scrolls, Essenes, LiveScience, Mary Magdalene, Noah, Perfect the Soul, Socrates, What is Bible about, where in the Bible.

TweetShare “The Dead Sea Scrolls consist of nearly 900 texts, the first batch of which were discovered by a Bedouin shepherd in 1947. They date from before A.D. 70, and some may go back to as early as the third century B.C.” There is “big news” today on Yahoo about the Dead Sea Scrolls. Mystery…
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THE GOSPEL OF MARY MAGDALENE

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TweetShare Today’s post is an Excerpt from: The Gospel of Mary of Magdala: Jesus and the First Woman Apostle, by Karen L. King (Polebridge Press, Santa Rosa, California, 2003), pp. 3-12  Early Christianity and the Gospel of Mary Few people today are acquainted with the Gospel of Mary. Written early in the second century CE,…
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PETER AND JUDAS – A SOMEWHAT DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE

Posted by & filed under Esoteric Christianity, Jesus and Satan, Judas Iscariot, Judas' Kiss, Last Supper, Peter denies Christ, religious symbols, St. Peter, symbols meaning, where in the Bible.

TweetShare  “Contrary to his reputation as a treacherous sinner, Judas is the apostle with the highest understanding of Christ’s mission.” When Passover came, Jesus and his disciples celebrated the Seder. While they were eating, he said, “Truly I tell you, one of you will deliver me up.” (The Greek phrase is usually translated “will betray…
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THE TITANS

Posted by & filed under Cronos Rhea, Gaia, Greek gods, greek mythology, Noah and Ham, Noah castrated, symbols meaning, Titans, What does the Bible mean, where in the Bible, Zeus.

TweetShare In Greek mythology, the universe gets going when Reason makes Order out of Chaos. The Greeks represented Chaos as the first goddess, Gaia: that is, Gaia is the spiritual essence of the world, the transcendent mother-principle of the Nature that will come. Her husband (and, in some tales, her son)* was the first god,…
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THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD

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TweetShare In his Divine Comedy, the great Dante would weave a tale of waking up to find himself “lost in the woods”. He looks up and sees his home a short distance away on top of a hill, so he sets off to return there by the quickest possible route, i.e., by walking directly up…
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PICKING ONESELF UP AGAIN: THE GOLDEN CALF

Posted by & filed under enlightenment, Golden Calf, mixed multitude. Bible code, Moses, scriptural code, spiritual awakening, Ten Commandments, what is Kabbalah, What is the Bible about, where in the Bible.

TweetShare When God finished speaking with Moses on Mt. Sinai, He gave him the two tablets that had been inscribed with His finger. According to folklore, these tablets of stone were made by God’s hand in the dusk before the first Sabbath, as Creation came to an end. The stone was like opaque sapphire, and…
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THE WOMAN WITH THE ALABASTER JAR

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TweetShare In Luke’s gospel a Pharisee invites Jesus to dinner. Luke uses the word “Pharisee” to represent narrow-minded religious bigots who have lost sight of the inner spiritual meaning of religious rules and customs, and perform religious obligations simply as a way to enhance their own ego. The word also applies to that place in…
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