Meat For Strong Men ( Amended )


You will find when read­ing, lis­ten­ing, or view­ing Genet­icMem­ory and Twi­light Stu­dio you may see many ref­er­ences to the bible. And I know this can be a source of deep con­cern to many in the com­mu­nity. Who might believe that the bible has noth­ing to do with African his­tory and way of life before slav­ery or that it’s a book writ­ten for dom­i­na­tion. Noth­ing could be far­ther from the truth. I know, that for some this can be hard to accept on face value. My intent is to give another por­tal on view­ing the bible as a law-​book and as the bible (Basic Instruc­tion Before Leav­ing Earth). By the way it is also a study in/​on psychology.


Here is how Dr.Ben Tells it!

The main rea­son that the bible is rejected by many is the fact that those in power in the church never tell you to read and under­stand Gala­tians 4 and more to the point, verses 2224 In those verses it is clear that the sto­ries in the bible are in the form of allegories!

1: the expres­sion by means of sym­bolic fic­tional fig­ures and actions of truths or gen­er­al­iza­tions about human exis­tence; also : an instance (as in a story or paint­ing) of such expression
2: a sym­bolic rep­re­sen­ta­tion : emblem 2
Now the verses talk about one story in the bible and that is the story of Abra­ham and his two sons. This is one of the most impor­tant sto­ries in the bible , and is the seed story for many if not all the sto­ries that fol­low. I am by no means an expert on the sub­ject but the state­ment is straight for­ward with respect to how the story should be viewed. If you keep in mind that this is the lin­eage of Jesus, then fol­low­ing the logic the then Jesus must be part of the alle­gory! So don’t throw out the bible learn to use it for what it was made for to get jus­tice and/​or peace. What I said would be eas­ier to take, if you con­sider that it’s not a his­tory of any one peo­ple, And that it is parts of the mys­tery sys­tem ways of think­ing. As related by G.M. James work Stolen legacy (Which was in Pirated Sig­nal) What Dr. Ben dose not go deep into is where did the bible that we have today come from? It’s a Roman inven­tion using the text of the day. That some peo­ple called Jew­ish, but was not. this was known around the world before any­one ever heard the word Jew or Jew­ish. This has impli­ca­tion for who and what is called a Jew because they sub­scribe to the story in order to get the ben­e­fit!.
In other words the sto­ries sub­jects are twisted for a ben­e­fit. At this time we have three reli­gions milk­ing this for all they can get. In this doc­u­men­ta­tion the “Mys­tery Sys­tem” is called pagan.
Like all other ini­tia­tive teach­ing, Egypt held that man’s pur­pose on earth was the return to the source. There were rec­og­nized in Egypt two roads to this same goal. The one was the way of Osiris, who rep­re­sented the cyclic nature of uni­ver­sal process; this was the way of suc­ces­sive rein­car­na­tions. The sec­ond road was the way of Horus, the direct path to res­ur­rec­tion that the indi­vid­ual might achieve within a sin­gle life­time. It is the Horian way that is the basis of the Chris­t­ian rev­e­la­tion and, accord­ing to Schwaller de Lubicz, the aim of Chris­tian­ity was to make this direct path avail­able to all who chose to embark upon it, rather than to a small group of select ini­ti­ates who, in Egypt, com­prised ‘The Tem­ple’. In this sense, and in this sense only, has there been ‘evo­lu­tion’ in human affairs. Now when death is regarded not (as with us) as an ulti­mate dis­so­lu­tion, but rather as a tran­si­tional (and cru­cial) stage of a jour­ney, then the appar­ent Egypt­ian pre­oc­cu­pa­tion with death becomes exactly the oppo­site of what it seems to be. It is, in fact, a pre­oc­cu­pa­tion with life in the deep­est pos­si­ble sense.
Keep­ing this in mind and if you con­sider the source! It’s a bit eas­ier to read between the lines and also rede­fine lines

Update: I noticed that I didn’t add the text of the bible verses and that every­one might not have a bible on hand, and there­for may use an online bible source. If this is done it might cause for some confusion!

Here is the text from my source: Cyclo­pe­dic Indexed bible — Strong’s expended Concordance

23: For it is writ­ten that Abra­ham had two sons, one by the slave woman and
the other by the free woman. His son by the slave woman was born
accord­ing to the flesh,
but his son by the free woman was born as the result of a divine promise.

24:Which things are an allegory.

(the text goes on to explain how the alle­gory works.)

The online ver­sion for verse 24 might look some­thing like this: From Bible gate­way

24 These things are being taken figuratively:

(in this ver­sion they are say­ing it just in the word­ing and how those words are interpreted.)

From Mer­riam Web­ster:Fig­u­ra­tive *of words, lan­guage, etc. : used with a mean­ing that is dif­fer­ent from the basic mean­ing and that expresses an idea in an inter­est­ing way by using

lan­guage that usu­ally describes some­thing else : not literal

Notice the addi­tion “are being taken” *it makes it seem unclear as oppose to the def­i­nite state­mentwhich things are”

Note­able Men­tion: Bill Donahue

By myself I’m a move­ment, with you I’m a force!


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