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Interesting, GM

This burning at the stake for heresy in medieval age of christianity has been in vogue.  Remember Joan of Arc, only later in the 1920's being canonised and granted sainthood. Also, your article stresses the fact that Jesus perfectly knew about reincarnation, but these, due to vested interests of the 'orthodox' christians intentionally excluded them from the Biblical texts. By that token what is in the New Testament many that does rounds as truth is not true, because truth has been violent attempted to be not included, and in that they were successful. Plus there are so many Apocryphas in the Bible that it makes me wonder whether it was otherwise, that is, Christian mystics who saw truth went unrepresented and the Catholic interventons according to their own idiotic beliefs butted in, and the sanctity of the Bible was smeared with falsehoods. Well written and interestingly presented. Cheers 

posted by anib on July 22, 2017 at 11:45 PM | link to this | reply


That is a wise approach to any religious writings,  and well said.  Cheers 

posted by GoldenMean on July 21, 2017 at 9:35 PM | link to this | reply

so much to think about here.  I'm not sure what I believe in regard to reincarnation... I am much more spiritual than I am religious... so I take most Biblical stories with a grain of salt... there are values within and that is the part I take with me.  

posted by -blackcat on July 19, 2017 at 5:09 AM | link to this | reply


I really like your handle.....  I think we all need serious help,  LOL!!  But we are not really getting such help from our cosmic superiors,  and we should file a protest.  But I cannot find a phone number or website for GOD PLEASE HELP US ALL NOW. 

I agree that reincarnation is a simple solution to so many questions of life,  but it raises its own questions of justice VS injustice.  I wll be getting to those later.  Cheers

posted by GoldenMean on July 19, 2017 at 2:44 AM | link to this | reply


To complete a thought,  I must say this.  Christianity may not be the most persecuted religion in history  (that dubious honor may belong to the Jews),  but I think Christianity holds a close second place.  We should ask ourselves,  why is that? 

I think that it is because both Judaism and Christianity are closest to the truth,  and so,  they attract the most opposition and attack from the powers of evil,  who also know the truth,  but oppose it's moral orientation.  They simply choose to be predators,  so they viciously attack the religions that most threaten to invalidate their choice.  They have created their own religions in opposition,  with Islam being the most prominent.   

posted by GoldenMean on July 19, 2017 at 2:30 AM | link to this | reply


Christianity has been an epic battle,  every step of the way,  from the birth of Jesus to the present day.  It was persecuted from its beginning,  and chose to spread by sacrifice and love......  so very unlike Islam,  which persecuted others from its beginning,  and chose to spread by hate,  murder,  and oppression.  The differences between their doctrines could not be more polarized. 

Jesus' travel to India is only alleged,  but it makes perfect sense.  Why should the incarnation of God on Earth limit his ministry on Earth to one tiny place?  It makes sense that he would not do that,  but would travel as much as possible.  The coverage of his life in the New Testament only covers his birth,  one incident when he was 12,  and then 3 short years of his adult life.  This ignores the vast majority of his life.  There are theories that he also travelled to Europe,  and of course the Mormons believe that he appeared in South America after his death at the hands of the Romans.

So you just keep covering  "you know what",  and I will handle the rest.  Just relax and keep reading,  LOL!! 

posted by GoldenMean on July 19, 2017 at 2:09 AM | link to this | reply


We are in harmony about the difference between the Old and New Testaments.  They reflect a drastic change in the relationship between us and God.  The old covenant of reward and punishment based upon Law,  was replaced by the sacrifice of Jesus,  giving us a new covenant of Grace and forgiveness. 

In regard to your nursing career,  are you referring to babies and children who were sick and about to die?  Who lived only a few minutes,  days,  or years?  That is a basic issue of justice VS injustice,  and it must have been heart-wrenching to deal with it hands-on.  And it is a tragedy that is relieved by the concepts of karma and reincarnation. 

posted by GoldenMean on July 19, 2017 at 1:49 AM | link to this | reply


Interesting post. I had heard of the theory the Jesus had been in India studying. Much to think about here. 

posted by Sea_Gypsy on July 18, 2017 at 9:52 PM | link to this | reply

everlasting life


    OK, it just makes sense to me that we can continue to get it right (enlightened) before moving on to the next phase of universal ways.  Reincarnation may not be "allowed" for every soul, due to a purification process that needs to take place first.  If one wants to understand the ways of the universe, all one has to do is ask the intelligence who created it.  Simplicity is the key, so everyone can understand, EVERYONE !!!!! 

posted by serioushelpneeded on July 18, 2017 at 10:44 AM | link to this | reply


Fascinating! I know of course, in a very general way, that the Bible as we know it today  took its present form in the course of many centuries. But I really knew nothing of the specifics, nor did I know at all of Jesus' (alledged) travel to India! I'm learning things, and if I weren't preoccupied with you know what, ! might look at all that myself...

posted by Nautikos on July 18, 2017 at 9:10 AM | link to this | reply

which is from the start that I have always maintained that the Bible is not a book of science but of riddles mytholgy history especially the Old testament. And I don't live in the Old Testament but in the new where jesus came to be the ultmate scarifice that we should make no more and to bring a new cammandement that we love one another as we love ourselves.

Karma and reincarnation I believe have a place in or spiritual lives and when I was nurding tiny babies and little kids sometimes the only way we nurses could cope was to tell each other that this little angel only needed to come back for a few minutes days or years to fulfill their right to sit with God.

posted by Kabu on July 18, 2017 at 7:51 AM | link to this | reply

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