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    some things i have seen posted on these forums over the years got me thinking. my spiritual view of the universe has been shaped by many things over this very short life of mine, but so far i hold the law of one high above any other. my question quite simply is have any religions or organised movements begun from the law of one? i have never come across any, but i wouldn't rule it out as a possibility. i'm sure i myself could very easily form the basis for a religion out of these works much like many other, much old religions have sprung forth from works such as the gospels. i'm not sure it would be a good idea mind you, but it does seem possible that someone might.

    your thoughts?

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    it says in the loo :

    the law of one, book i, session 2
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    ra: this entity, ikhnaton, became convinced that the vibration of one was the true spiritual vibration and thus decreed the law of one. however, this entity’s beliefs were accepted by very few. his priests gave lip service only, without the spiritual distortion towards seeking. the peoples continued in their beliefs

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    so we supposed here that the egyptian spiritual philosophy was given based on the lawofone but quickly converted to something other than the loo. also after ikhnaton died, the next pharaoh quickly reverted back the worship of many deities.

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    this is very interesting. thank you insecteye! its been a long while since i read the first book and i had totally forgot this passage. makes sense that at least one egyptian that came into contact with ra would want to make a faith out of it. i get sad when i see relgion used as a means for power and control. they always start with noble intention before getting corrupted by the negative aspects of humanity. that is why i feel so disappointed with the current world relgions. so many years of corruption and dilution of the core spiritual message.

    i shall try to find more information on this ikhnaton.

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    hey kundalini,
    i feel you! and look what is happening to the only main stream religion that kept its faith in humanity, buddhism? the chinese government (military) had destroyed so many ancient texts (and i am not even going to go into it, but ancient, as in ancient!) and those who learned them by heart had to escape the country and many were killed. i think buddhism being a religion that came out of the fall of atlantians, just like egypt, deals with many things from the loo. especially the fact that to reach nirvana we must rid ourselves of fear and all other negative emotions. think about it.. we will keep reincarnating until we get rid off all of that. and how about judaism? the only main stream religion that tells us that heaven is achievable on earth! and who can say where they got their information initially! i mean the only thing i don't really like about judaism, is that they are strict and wear black. the buddhists on the other hand are still wearing the colors of atlantians. i think also hinduism, as a religion wave based on buddhist philosophy, can be tight into this equation. either way, the loo should be a natural concept developed in people from birth and not organized and used as a tool to control the mass. and no matter how nice a religion is there will always be control. because some simple minded people do not understand all the quarks of religion and just need to follow something, thus this creates clusters of people blindly following something for the sake of following something.

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    here you go

    Quote Originally Posted by tenet nosce on bring4th.org

    this brings us to the times of the eighteenth dynasty in egypt. around 1333 bce, akhenaten proclaims the first truly monistic religion which proclaims the oneness of all creation. he also proclaims the first co-regency with a woman, his wife nefertiti. based on my reading of the law of one, i understand this to be the time of the ra contact.


    as recounted in the law of one, what ra perceived to be a loving intervention had massive unforeseen ramifications, essentially creating a wrinkle in time. their communication to us is part of an attempt to reduce the distortion brought about by their intervention. even this latest attempt in 1981 which we know as the ra material struggles immensely with a mental inertia which tends toward a particular distortion.

    following the death/disappearance..? (two mysterious personalities emerge over a millenium later as the progenitors of inca civilization). we'll just say death for now... akhenaten, nefertiti and their monistic religion become buried and quickly forgotten from history, until their reemergence in the late 19th century. most people vaguely remember this as the discovery of "king tut's tomb" in the time of lord bulwer-lytton.

    but their legacy lived on. for though akhnaten came to perceive the law of one by his own accord, the ra contact was channeled through a filter with a certain distortion toward self-righteousness. and so ahknaten attempted to convert the whole of egypt in one fell swoop, after a thousand years of polytheism, to monism. without passing through the natural intermediate stages. this backfired, big time.

    some of the hebrew tribes, notably judah, had by then been living comfortably among the egyptians for many generations under the eighteenth dynasty. now, within just a couple of quick generations, the climate has completely and violently reversed, and the hebrew people become enslaved where they had once been guests. truly through no fault of their own. if only akhenaten would have guessed that from his eternally youthful exuberance, would be birthed history's greatest folly. he placed the mountain over water and tried to force his view upon others.

    it is around this time of exodus that jehovah emerges as the one god of a reforged monotheistic religion. not monistic, as in all is one, but monotheistic, as in thou shalt not have other gods before me. i think this is the twist that ra did not foresee! here we have the example of why loving action taken without wisdom can lead to great sorrow. this is a gift from the mid 6th density, and we would be wise to take notice.

    jehovah steps up and offers to rescue the tribes if they swear to forgo all gods but him. they forge a covenant with god whereby they secure jehovah's protection in exchange for doing his will. god's will is expressed as the ten commandments. ten statements which make for pretty good ethical guidelines... but in the newly forming jewish mind, was understood as an absolute standard by which to conduct one's life.

    to me, this is jehovah's ninja move because he knew all along that his chosen ones ("elect") would ignore the hidden meaning, and never be able to live up to their end of the covenant. therefore he didn't have to live up to his own.

    now fast forward to the babylonian exile of the jews around the 6th-5th century bce. these are the events recounted in the book of daniel, which was written hundreds of years later.

    this is also the time of zoroaster, mahavira, pythagoras, siddharta gautama, laozi, and confucius. they all lived in this very short period of time together. now i don't know about anybody else, but i don't think this was clearly pointed out to me when i learned about these people in school.

    all of these guys forwarded a philosophical doctrine that was in some way an admonition to let go of the golden age of the gods, and embrace the coming age of man. now it is true that, in their mental thrust away from the gods, they each spoke out in varying ways about animal sacrifice.

    mahavira, the founder of jainism, happened to take a very extremist view toward not conducting oneself with any behavior that may cause harm to other living things. they of course, were vegetarians. the buddha, however, declared all things in moderation, and his non-vegetarianism is immortalized in the myth of his death from having eaten poisoned pig.

    ...

    now we are are in jesus' time. judaism is now one of a whole cadre of new religious movements, when previously it only had various flavors of polytheism to contend with. (one possible exception being the progenitor of zoroastrianism.. the enigmatic melchizedek "king of righteousness" whom abraham paid tribute to. jesus' birth was also visited by the three magi (now wise men dodgy ) which is another throwback to the iranian version of monotheism, not the israeli kind.
    We are unsure as to our success in realigning your modes of mentation.

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    ...and this

    Quote Originally Posted by tenet nosce on bring4th.org
    zoroastrianism was the first to classify all nonphysical entities into two groups based upon their affinity to the "one true god" interestingly, in that system, the ahuras were the positive entities, while the daevas were the followers of the false god.

    somehow, these roles got completely reversed as zoroastrianism spread down through the indian subcontinent which the daevas coming out on top. megalomaniac women in modern society are still referred to as devas, and in some cases, are worshiped by their followers in pop culture. (many of said people who would probably call themselves atheists, i might add). our society glorifies personalities that self-aggrandize simply "because they can". "you go, girl!" what an inspiration for young women to live up to. rolleyes

    this pole-shift got translated back into the hebrew cosmology as angels and demons. so still today, people call upon the "angels" unaware that there is this massive confusion going on as to who is really the wolf in sheep's clothing!

    over the years, this idea continued to develop in to the myths of shambhalla and agartha- the secret underground homes of the gods and their ethereal followers. again, one is positive and one is negative, but that depends on who you are talking to.

    theosophy, as conceived by blavatsky and her disciples, places shambhalla as the secret abode of the ascended masters to which we should aspire. interesting that they go back to that same type of savior/guru mentality only now it is the ascended master who will step in on humanity's behalf.

    also, absent from the lucis (once lucifer) publishing material is any mention of agartha. surely they know about it through the works of sir edward bulwer-lytton in the coming race and joseph alexandre saint-yves' mission of india in europe. the theosophists were instrumental in forwarding the agenda of the league of nations, now united nations.

    of course, we are all led to believe that this was a good thing, and part of why the world was able to come together to overthrow the third reich. but the third reich was just another example of what happens when a teaching gets distorted by the exuberance of a charismatic leader. if not for the theosophists playing mirror games and dabbling in magic, there would have never been an opportunity for the idea of reconstituting the master aryan race to take hold under the auspices of the hitler and the swastika.

    the swastika, of course, having been for at least 2000 years, the symbol of the jains, our "harmless" vegetarian friends from the above post.

    now here we are today, with evangelicals all across america (and other continents) writhing on the ground "possessed by the holy spirit". hmmmmm... i dunno to me anything that the body appears to be trying to violently throw off doesn't sound like the holy spirit to me! of course, in their mind, it is the demons inside that are fighting because they don't want to be cast out.

    politically speaking, americans style themselves as democrats or republicans (read: socialists or fascists) having no clue that this is a false dichotomy that, in many ways, can be traced back to the distortion caused by ra's intervention! we overlook that both parties are seeking to exert greater control over society- and neither of them acknowledges the innate wisdom which would allow people to choose for themselves what is right for them. but each side, being so caught up in their self-righteousness, feels justified in attempting to force everybody into living according to their chosen principle, and don't see any contradiction in using subversive tactics to promote their agenda even though they run contrary to their supposed ideals.

    each side invokes a "group mind" which is essentially a nonphysical entity created by man. for one side, it is the ideal of the one world government, with all nations subservient to a global governing body. for the other side it is supranational corporations battling it out in the global marketplace to see who comes out on top, and so gets to call the shots.
    We are unsure as to our success in realigning your modes of mentation.

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    well this tripped me out! i've been puzzled with the same diagrams for months.

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/atl/ssm/ssm13.htm

    tenet, thanks for bringing all that information in! it's great!

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    wow tenet nosce, that is some great information and a wonderful history lesson for the less learned like myself. i commend you for doing so much work on the subject. but i'm more curious about your thoughts and opinions on the matter? what is the conclusion of all this religion? where has is brought us in this space and time?

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    hey tenet,

    i do think, though, that you have stabbed the theosophers a bit too harshly. anybody can say that someone shouldn't have done something to prevent something else. but it is now in the past. and regretting anything in the past means you are not satisfied with the present. i am. although hitler misread blavatsky's words, the bigger negative influence and infuse was coming from the "vril society" and "the black sun." plus, hitler did have a secret adviser that can be easily categorized as a daeva. i've read some of the hpb's material, and i know for certain, that she makes it clear that the aryan race is the whole human race we have now. on the contrary, the author of the fiction book that the vrils followed used the term 'aryan' to define a supreme race (blond hair and blue eyes, etc.) the real knowledge hitler took from the theosophical material was the power of word (manipulation, etc.). and what about the misuse of symbolism? like you said, the swastika is old and a good symbol. yes, maybe hitler would never know of it if it wasn't on the cover of 'the secret doctrine'. but we have to look at the big picture. the symbol for the black sun clearly identifies a vortex, thus black hole. not the opposite of the sun, the black sun being evil... etc.
    same goes for the swastika. which is a symbol hidden within a symbol hidden with in another symbol. the triangular geometry of the circle(travel of light through vibration), a vortex or a black hole and the atlantian symbol of the passage of time. and hpb was not the only source of the swastika connection. i am not even going to go into the alien aspect of this whole story, i think it is a bit irrelevant. just think about this, they had a life alien in captivity. i think they were up to something bigger that was influenced by other worldly forces and not the information that the theosophists put out.

    love and light and love,
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