September 27, 2015 marked the beginning/ending of something quite not yet fathomable. For the months preceding the event, I was bombarded with youtube recommendations ranging from channeled entities, to astrologers, to fanatical Christians. As had been my routine, I looked to the channelers and astrologers who all entailed an enlightening shift into the 5th dimension, beyond the space/time trappings of the 3rd and 4th dimensions. Moreover, we are to be moving from the 3rd density akin to the third solar chakra representing will and free-choice, into the realm of the heart found in the 4th density.
Afterwards, the only information about the illuminati I would come across was from conspiracy theories. Lastly, I came across a video expressing that George Washington, a well-known freemason, vehemently opposed and banned the illuminati, where thereafter, the Bavarian group disbanded and infiltrated freemasonry. Again, I don't know the merits of this information, but it seems like there are bad seeds in any group where even Jesus had his Judas. Not to support/attack freemasonry, but given the depth that I have dived into this information, I require more information to equate an all evil illuminati with the precincts of freemasonry. Even then, I would rather focus on my own spiritual development then try to figure out where I should point my finger of shame.
As a fan of Laura Walker's Oracle Report, there is currently progressing a battle between the light and dark. However, I would like to switch up the way we think of things, with the axiom "as within, so without", there is a battle between love and fear. Any entity that is causing harm, I believe is most likely acting out of fear, including the black brotherhood or the "illuminati". Within ourselves, we should be eradicating fear, particular in the areas of security (root chakra) where many of us still believe in a limited universe where we must compete for resources. Moreover, my impression of the darkness is like a dark room with a candle flame. The candle flame will shine in the room affecting darkness, but the darkness does not attack the light. Hence, it's not so much of a battle between good and evil, as it is between wisdom and ignorance.
The Book of Genesis is an extreme example of a jealous entity. To begin with, the original sin was the Mother of the Living (Genesis 3:20 NASB) partaking in the forbidden fruit of either/both the tree of life and/or the tree of knowledge. Tempted by a creature considered sacred in ancient traditions and associated with enlightenment (Egypt, India, South America), the serpent had told Eve, "[f]or God knows that in the day you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil". (Genesis 3:5 NASB). From this event, the deity of the Book of Genesis creates a patriarchal standard degrading women. (Genesis 3:6 NASB).
Because mankind was becoming powerful, the god of Genesis felt threatened believing that if mankind put their intent into something, nothing would be impossible. It was out of this fear that the god of Genesis destroyed mankind's attempt to reach into heaven and scattered mankind across the globe eradicating their ability to effectively spread ideas through language manipulation.
From my interpretation of these above mentioned verses, it appears that the god of Genesis is intimidated by mankind becoming powerful or the equivalent of god. With a fear of mankind becoming "like Us", I can only conclude that this particular god is quite limited and does not fit into an all encompassing, compassionate, loving, and all powerful being. Hence, it seems that those that follow this particular doctrine (Christians, not the Jewish interpretation) would rather remain submissive but yet such statements by the Genesis god may actually contradict the teachings of Jesus.
Gnostic Christianity did not accept Jehovah as a "true" god and the majority of ancient Christian teachings have been vehemently eradicated by those seeking control. In fact, as found with the Nag Hammadi scriputres, the Biblical New Testament text only accounts for a small portion of ancient Christian literature. Moreover, as the NASB Bible shows, there is the possibility that much can be lost in translation. Lastly, when studying archaeology including the works of Zecharia Sitchin, there is a whole pre-Genesis backstory or revision (Chaldean Genesis) that sheds further light into who "Us" may have actually entailed. I'm left contemplating why the Bible failed to mention much of Sumerian civilization as expressed in the Sumerian tablets (including profound insight into astronomy) where it appears that those who edited Biblical text (such as Nicene Creed) may have purposely excluded such information.
On the other hand, you have Jesus, a being so filled with faith that he was able to heal individuals, walk on water, raise the dead, all done with love and humility. This same being also taught how to do miracles by having faith. (Matthew 21:21-22 NASB). Furthermore, Jesus taught that others through faith will be doing "greater" works. (John 14:12 NASB). Jesus seems to hold a power that would intimidate the god of Genesis, and seems to contradict the god of Genesis by teaching the methods of conducting such powerful miracles through faith to a mass audience. Another words, the god of Genesis seems to fear an empowered humanity, where Jesus sought to give the keys to greater power.
I could be wrong, but all my logic and intuition points to something more than what is propounded by orthodox Christianity (Catholic and post 16th century reformation). The more I dive (re-dive) into Christianity, the more I can't seem to understand Christians or anyone who doesn't desire to have more power/enlightenment. I mean, how limited is this god if it fears an empowered humanity, and would this god be worthy of the title God. Like Giordano Bruno who was persecuted for attempting to expand the definition of God, what keeps the masses appealing to limitation? All I can say is that Eve may have been given a bad name under orthodoxy for simply wanting to be "wise", as with all of us seeking to raise up our inner serpent to have our "eyes opened" in order to obtain the fruits of knowledge and life. (Genesis 3:6 NASB).
Overly educated and continuously exploring and revealing more behind the veil.
"It cannot be too highly emphasized that the mystic swims in the same waters in which the psychotic drowns."
-James Wasserman, The Mystery Traditions