There is a colossal amount still yet to be discovered by humans about our world, its creation and that of mankind, including the intricacies of the various energy systems needed to create and sustain life here which many will find hard to comprehend. For those willing to embrace new concepts it may mean a dismantling of their old belief system will need to take place first before there is an acceptance of new facts.
All our lives we are fed information which filters thorough to our subconscious mind to form the beliefs we have today. This starts at an early age by adults who we trust implicitly are telling the truth and therefore we do not question them. As time goes on these beliefs become so ingrained and impossible to doubt because they have formed part of the foundation where upon values are set and a way of life is attributed to, based mostly on the God we are told to worship. Unlike the very early beliefs whose origins are rooted in creation itself, and the teachings offered were born from a knowing within those that first walked the Earth. Over time, the early beliefs were replaced with those which could instil power into men and subsequently, to divorce mankind from Mother Earth, causing a separation from her and the secrets surrounding creation which she held.
As the world developed so did the demand for powerful leaders who were able to control the masses by keeping them locked into systems which instilled fear to ensure compliance. The Romans were renowned for their cruel regimes and punishments against the people, ordered by the brutal emperors to ensure unruliness did not exist. Christianity was invented by the Romans and born from the political tyranny of the Roman Empire in order to enslave the already subservient population by cultivating a fear of God within them. In effect, this was little more than brainwashing and served to unjustly convince people that the suffering and poverty they endured were God’s decision. Of course, this excused the tyrants to some extent as they were able to hide behind the Christian doctrines, being self-declared Christians themselves.
At the centre of teachings from all faiths and denominations is the need to show compassion towards our fellow man. History has taught us that when we lack compassion our regard for humanity is lost and war is justifiable and inevitable as a result. The outcome causes tremendous suffering and a continuum of fear. Yet at this time when compassion is needed in our world we still fail to fully understand the vast implications of a global tidal wave forming from the belief that segregating and dividing people is acceptable in the eyes of any loving god. Because mankind is unable to see the bigger picture, our comprehension of the vast implications of the world-wide damage this will cause is limited.
Ask yourself if you honestly believe that an all-loving God would carry out the same atrocities as humans do, whether against our fellow man, all living creatures or Mother Earth. For example, does he really want the segregation of women in society? Does he really want the barbaric practice of male or female circumcision to be carried out, whether it’s in his name or not? Does he really want babies taken away from their mothers just because they were unmarried? Above all, would God hurt us? The answer to all these questions is of course no, simply because God is compassionate. What right has man got to sit in judgement of another and claim the punishment to be God’s will? None whatsoever! In fact, when you look at the pattern which has formed over the past couple of thousand years regarding the acts which have been carried out in the name of God a large amount of them are directed towards women in an attempt to keep them subservient. As we already know, the inaccurate portrayal of Eve is mostly responsible for this.
However, another myth circulated in Roman times. This time concerning a woman who embodied the female spirit, and to ensure she would not take her rightful place in history as a powerful healer and the wife of Jesus Christ, Mary Magdalene was incorrectly portrayed as a prostitute. In fact, she was a high priestess from the Temple of Isis and had learnt how to become a healer before she met Jesus. When the pair came together they formed an amazing energy here on Earth and it was this energy which not only healed but also attracted the people to them so they could teach them ‘the way’ and save them not from their sins but the sins of the Romans who were carrying out the most horrendous atrocities. Compassion was at the core of Jesus’s and Mary’s teachings, and as they travelled their popularity grew as did the number of their followers. Because of the strong influence Jesus had on the people and the fact he didn’t preach traditional Judaism, it was decided by the Jewish elders to crucify him. Mary would then be consigned to the history books in a manner which would surely stamp out her fame and glory and offer no integrity to the enormous role she played alongside Jesus. But Mary’s loving and gentle healing energy has lived on, just as Jesus’s has, and is still felt by many even though our world continues to be destroyed by those who are ruled by religious doctrines because the bible’s false portrayal of a judgemental God and of its loathing of women has given permission for men worldwide to create havoc and misery upon our world.