Meat For Strong Men ( Amended )

Dr.Ben

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.

Dr.Ben

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!

ALLE­GORY:
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”

Con­cider this also Psalm 78:2 “I will open my mouth in a para­ble (para­ble usu­ally short fic­ti­tious story that illus­trates a moral atti­tude or a reli­gious prin­ci­ple) : I will utter dark say­ings of old”

Psalm 78:3: “Which we have heard and known, and ours fathers have told us”

Those say­ing are from before any­body thought about writ­ing a book on them! Cast­ing Spells (because you have to spell to write!)

I per­son­ally have never read the full Bible. It is said that one has to pick ones pioson.

Seek and ye shell find, knock and it will be opened to you.

Note­able Men­tion: Bill Donahue

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

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