Saturday, 30 November 2013

The Divine Spark.

Every human being has within them a divine spark.

Some call it the soul, some call it atman, some call it Buddha.....

It is pristine, pure, and unsullied.

Around this spark is the human personality.

This is made up of factors resulting from birth, environment, education, and experience.

Every person, seen from this perspective, is the same.

Our personalities are the result of our decisions.

And our decisions are the result of our make-up and experiences.

But each person has within them the divine spark.

This spark, however, is not in the mind, it is in the heart.

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Don't Be Fooled.

Some Satanic rock bands will feign a conversion experience in order to gain trust and continued sales.

There are a number of artists who have done this.

Don't be fooled!

Look closely at the titles and lyrics of their songs.
I guarantee you will find left-handed (i.e. evil) words and images.

Their so called conversions are a blind.

They continue on their left-hand path.
Their music is poison.
And their words are sabotage.

Don't be fooled!

Saturday, 23 November 2013

The Unexpected.

When we draw close to God we encounter the unexpected.

God does not conform to our ideas of natural justice.

God is like the best friend of everyone who has ever existed.
He is understanding even of the most wicked.

God is the Father of everyone who ever lived.
He punishes no one.

But God cannot be manipulated.
He is unpredictable.

He sees things that we cannot see.

And so we should treat everyone as part of God's family.
Even to the very last one.

Tuesday, 19 November 2013

The Driver's Seat.

Of course we must be constantly on our guard to ensure that the New Paradigm is not hijacked by those who would sabotage it - rock stars and celebrities who have sold their souls to the devil.

This is what happened to the revolution of the 1960s and 1970s.

Rock stars captured the driver's seat of the movement and steered it away from its idealistic purpose.
Peace and love became pleasure and sex.
Selfishness replaced altruism.
Drugs replaced spiritual experience.

This is the disaster of the hippies.
Sex and drugs and rock and roll replaced world peace and equality.

And it only got worse.

In the 1980s hatred and violence turned on them and the devil worshipers sent them to hell.
Rock music revealed its true origins in Satanism.

But young people refused to believe that their rock legends were evil.
They resurrected them and now they rule alone.

We must make sure that they don't take the driver's seat of Progressive Christianity as they did the idealism of 1960s and 1970s.

It is my job to expose them.

And return the Age of Aquarius to the hands of God.

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Saturday, 16 November 2013


Why do the Churches continue to teach the old image of God as the dispenser of rewards and punishments?

The answer is simple - Power!

The conservative establishment (the rich) usurped the authority of God long ago and they use it to subjugate the masses.

They convince themselves that without rewards and punishments sinful humanity will be uncontrollable.

But the real reason is to support their own position and privilege.

Fear of losing their position and privilege drives them to more and more Machiavellian mass control techniques.

But this is now reactionary conservatism.

Humankind has outgrown the old image of God.

It is yet to be seen whether the rich will accept the New Paradigm and embrace equality.

They have nothing to fear.

They will lose nothing but their fear and guilt.

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Prevailing Winds.

In the Bible and other works we find the standard wisdom of each particular time and place.

This is why the image of God seems to change and evolve.

Early in the Bible we find the philosophy of success - i.e. God rewards good behavior and punishes bad behavior on earth.

This can be seen in the Old Testament prophets like Jeremiah and Ezekiel.
The misfortunes of Israel are ascribed to punishments from God for turning away from Him.

By the time that the Book of Job was written humankind had realized that this simply did not happen.  The Book of Job is an attempt to explain why.

When we come to the time of the New Testament we are presented with an entirely new image of God as a loving Father who wishes the best for His children.

This is interspersed with the old images of punishment which humankind had not entirely shaken off.  Some of these are projected into the afterlife.

The time has come to discard the false image of God as the dispenser of rewards and punishments.

God punishes no one.

He is our loving Father and we are His children.

Saturday, 9 November 2013

The Old and the New.

Just as the orthodox religious authorities of the time murdered Jesus, so the orthodox religious authorities of our time oppose the New Paradigm.

It would be a great surprise to them that the very thing they desire - divine revelation - is the very thing that they are opposing.

The old, established authorities always resist any challenge to their orthodox position.  This gives them power.  And they do not share power.

So when the new revelation comes the old authorities resist.

They seem not to be able to see the new insights.
They don't believe that they come from God.

The Pharisees called Jesus Beelzebub (Mark 3:22), the Fundamentalists call Progressives Satan.

They demonize their own God.

So don't be too eager to demonize the new, you might just be demonizing God!

Tuesday, 5 November 2013

The Big Picture.

When we are in the world we justify ourselves and condemn others.

But when we draw close to God we see the big picture.

God is the Father of all.
And He treats everyone with the same mercy and forgiveness.

God does not punish any of us.
He forgives and sets us free.
Free to love and free to help.

There may be any number of reasons why people act the way they do.
The chief among these being fear.

God does not condemn us for our fears.

"'"Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me."'"  Matthew 25:40 (NRSV)

And God's family includes everyone.

[Scripture quotations (marked NRSV) are taken from the New Revised Standard Version Bible, copyright 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A., and are used by permission.  All rights reserved.]

Saturday, 2 November 2013


The bane of our world is violence.

Violence comes from fear.

When we get a fright we respond with fight or flight.

So our aggressive actions are triggered by fears.

In the darkness we imagine that violence can win.

But the end does not justify the means.

The end is the means.

Violence begets violence.

Fear begets fear.

So, rather than perpetuating violence on earth, we should address the fear that causes violence.

Beginning and ending with the fear of God.