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Monday, October 29, 2012

My Conversations with God on Beautiful Thoughts

You are My thought.
You are My word.
You are My heart.
You forget this.
You are deficient in Spirit.
You see yourself as a division.  You are part of a Whole.  You have forgotten out of ignorance and fear.  You have fallen from grace.  I have always remained with you.  I am not a phantom or a shadow.  I am here inside of you.  Be still and let us speak with our hearts so you may remember my love for you, and your love for me.  I thought you into existence.  You glorified My name because My thought of you was beautiful.  Think beautiful of yourself and you will be My beauty.  Think beautiful of the world and you will be beauty in the world.  This is my prayer for you Child.


Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Loves Fury

The Lover calls out the Beloved's name.  The wind carries the Beloved's name to her ear.  It whispers loves mysteries and keeps the Beloved longing for more.  The Beloved replies to loves call.  God's messenger blows open the Lover's door demanding entry.  Its force pierces the Lover's heart.  It knocks him off his feet.  Instead of running in fear the Lover stands on his feet to face loves fury.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

The Hidden Truth on the Books of the New Testament and Sacred Books Buried

Athanasius was head bishop in Alexandria for 46 years.  In 367, Athanasius wrote a famous Easter letter telling Christians what henceforth they could hear, teach, and discuss- and what to censor.  In the letter, Athanasius denounced “spiritual teachers,” declared original human thinking to be evil, he ordered Christians to reject all “illegitimate secret books” as “inventions of heretics full of evil teachings.”

What makes the letter famous is Athanasius set out a list of sacred books that, he declared, Christians could keep, a list that turned out to be the earliest known record we have of what would become’ and remains to this day- the church’s New Testament canon.  After listing the 22 books of the Old Testament, Athanasius added 27 books he called the only “genuine books of the New Testament.”  On his list was John’s Book of Revelation.  This book ignited controversial arguments within the church.  Athanasius added this book to serve his own agenda.  Athanasius interprets Revelation’s cosmic war as a vivid picture of his own crusade against heretics.

This letter was ordered to be copied onto the monastery wall at Nag Hammadi, someone- probably a monk resisting the order- took more than 50 sacred writings, packed and carefully sealed them into a six foot jar, and buried them for safe keeping near the cliff where they were discovered in 1945 and came to be known as the Gnostic gospels.

Athanasius died in May 373.  He had succeeded in persuading many Christians to accept his version of the canon as the only “authorized’ scriptures of the New Testament.  He also had enormously extended the authority, resources, and prestige of the Catholic clergy, having brought many Christian and monasteries under their supervision.

Reference~ Revelations by Elaine Pagels

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Soul Migration

My soul migrates to a land near your heart.  The past, present, and future can not reach us there.  What is weaved into my heart bonds my heart to yours.  The mysteries of the artist that fashions us together remains a mystery.  I delight in His creation.  The passion and ecstasy my soul has been lost in can not compare to the human senses.  I grow in Spirit and find courage to endure what paralyzes my heart.  I embrace loves mysteries and in death I hope to find rest in you.

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Dream- The Baptismal Hymn

From Journal Entry 6/28/2012

I am reading scripture and it is about the wedding day.  It reads, "He has put into the Being an ooing, an iiing, an uuing."

I was delighted when I read about these vowel sounds in the Gnostics and found root for their meaning.  The souls greatest desire is satisfied, the vowel sounds are the sacred names of God in sexual copulation (union).  The path that leads to the inner Self-realization of the Being is absolutely sexual.  Sex, the sexual force, is the power of the Holy Spirit.

Yew- the profoundly sacred name is related with the light of clairvoyance.  It is a mantric word related to clairvoyance.

Reference~ The Gnostic Bible, The Pistis Sopia Unveiled by Samael Weor 

The Baptismal Hymn

in truth truly
Yesseus Mazareus Yessedekeus
living water
child of the child
glorious name
in truth truly
eternal being
in truth truly
being who sees the eternal realms
in truth truly
being who exists forever
in truth truly
in the heart
being who exists
forever and ever
you are what you are
you are who you are.

This great name of yours is upon me,
you who lack nothing,
you Self-Generated One,
who are close to me.
I see you,
you who are invisible to all.
Who can comprehend you?

Reference~ The Nag Hammadi Scriptures


Monday, October 1, 2012

The Gospel of Philip- The Bridal Chamber

One of the major themes of the Gospel of Philip is the reunification of the soul and spirit in a heavenly union that realizes the identification of the soul with its true self.  The author focuses upon the metaphor of marriage.  Marriage is a symbol of the fullness of the divine; it is a symbol of knowledge and truth.  The wedding chamber is for free men and virgins.  Heavenly marriage is also a symbol of chastity, since it is spiritual and not carnal.  This marriage is a mystery, and it belongs entirely to another dimension.  The union of the bride with her bridegroom leads to the restoration of the androgyny.  Through spiritual union male and female will become one, and there will no longer be male and female but rather a unique being.

Androgynous union repairs the damage of the separation of male and female, which occurred when the female element fell into matter, according to the myth of Sophia.  This separation led to death.  When Adam and Eve were joined to each other in paradise, they were in a condition of unity and knowledge.  Once they separated into two different beings, however, they fell into ignorance and death.  If she enters into him again and he embraces her, death will cease to be.  The separation of male and female was the beginning of death.  It is Christ who eliminates the separation.  Christ came to heal the separation that was from the beginning and reunite the two, in order to give life to those who died through separation and unite them.

 Reference~ The Nag Hammadi Scriptures