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Bibel – AT und NT und Apokryphen

 

Inhaltsverzeichnis (verbergen)

  1. 1. Einflussreiche Büchersammlung (~1400 v. Chr.-100 n. Chr.)
  2. 2. Sprachen der Bibel
    1. 2.1 Problematisches Bibelzitat entschlüsselt
  3. 3. Bücher der Bibel
  4. 4. Kirchenvater Origines
  5. 5. Metaphorische (esoterische) Bibel-Auslegung
  6. 6. Deutungsarten von biblischen Inhalten
  7. 7. Stufenentwicklung – am Beispiel Altes Testament ⇔ Neues Testament
  8. 8. Zitate zum Thema Bibel und christliche Schriften / Bible
    1. 8.1 Zitate von D. Hawkins
    2. 8.2 Quotes by D. Hawkins
    3. 8.3 Bibelzitate
    4. 8.4  Problematische Bibelzitate
    5. 8.5 Zitate von anderen Quellen
    6. 8.6 Quotes by various other sources
    7. 8.7 Quotes by Joseph P. Farrell on Yahwism
    8. 8.8 Bible quotes
    9. 8.9 Bible quotes as by the Lamsa translation / Zitate aus der Lamsa-Bibel
  9. 9. Englische Texte – English section on Bible and Bible translations
    1. 9.1 Sermon on the Mount [LoC 955]
    2. 9.2 Questionable Bible translations – demystified
    3. 9.3 Original sin – Issue of procreation
    4. 9.4 Biblical forgiveness myths – Turning the other cheek as a sign of equality
    5. 9.5 Biblical astrotheology – Jordan Maxwell
  10. 10. BW-Werte: Bibel / Bible
    1. 10.1 Bewusstseinswerte der Bibel und christlicher Schriften nach D. Hawkins
  11. 11. BW-Werte: Bibel / Bible
    1. 11.1 Levels of consciousness (LoC): Bible (Old Testament and New Testament)
  12. 12. Index: Bibel / Bible – Bücher von D. Hawkins
    1. 12.1 Index: Audio- und Videomedien (engl.) von und mit D. Hawkins
  13. 13. Links zum Thema Bibel und christliche Schriften / Bible
    1. 13.1 Literatur
    2. 13.2 Literature (engl.)
    3. 13.3 Externe Weblinks
    4. 13.4 External web links (engl.)
    5. 13.5 Audio- und Videolinks
    6. 13.6 Audio and video links (engl.)
    7. 13.7 Interne Links

 

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Erste dänische Übersetzung der Bibel
Besitz von König Christian III. von Dänemark
Kopenhagen, 1550

 

 

 

 

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Einflussreiche Büchersammlung (~1400 v. Chr.-100 n. Chr.)

Die Bibel ist eine Sammlung aus historischen Berichten, Lebensbildern, Gedichtesammlungen, Prophetien oder Briefen, die insgesamt 66 verschiedene Bücher umfasst (39 Bücher des Alten Testaments und 27 des Neuen Testaments). Sie ist circa 3400 Jahre alt oder älter. Mehr als 40 Schreiber, die sich größtenteils gegenseitig nicht kannten, verfassten die Bücher der Bibel innerhalb eines Zeitraums von mindestens 1500 Jahren.

 

Die bedeutende englischsprachige Enzyklopädie Encyclopædia Britannica bezeichnet die Bibel als die wahrscheinlich einflussreichste Büchersammlung aller Zeiten.

Sprachen der Bibel

Die Bibel besteht aus 66 Büchern, gefüllt mit Gesetzen, Prophezeiungen, Geschichte/n, Poesie, Ratschlägen und anderem mehr. Die ersten 39 Bücher, zumeist in der hebräischen Sprache, bilden das Alte Testament.

 

Das Neue Testament besteht aus weiteren 27 Büchern. Nach vorherrschender Sicht von Gelehrten und Wissenschaftlern wurden die Bücher des Neuen Testaments in Griechisch geschrieben. Dr. George Lamsa widerspricht dieser Aussage. Er ist davon überzeugt, dass das Neue Testament ursprünglich in aramäischer Sprache verfasst wurde.
Der Bewusstseinswert des Neuen Testaments der Lamsa Bibel (die Übersetzung der Peshitta ins Englische) ist BW 750. Dies übersteigt den Bewusstseinswert der King James Version (BW 640) um 110 Punkte, was wiederum für die Vorrangstellung der aramäischen Sprache [Aramaic primacy] gegenüber der griechischen Sprache im Neuen Testament spricht.

Problematisches Bibelzitat entschlüsselt

Und um die neunte Stunde schrie Jesus laut und sprach: Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?
das ist: Mein Gott, mein Gott, warum hast du mich verlassen?

Matthäus 27, 46 und Markus 15, 34 (NT)

 

In Todesagonie rief Jesus die Worte des Psalm 22, 2 in aramäischer Sprache aus.

 

Das aramäische Wort shbakthani wird von shbak abgeleitet, das etwa »behalten«, »übrigbleiben«, »aufsparen« heißt. Der letzte Buchstabe des Wortes shbakthani weist auf die erste Person Einzahl. George Lamsa übersetzt Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani mit: "Mein Gott, mein Gott, für dieses Los wurde ich aufgespart oder auch §Für dieses Schicksal war ich auserkoren", "Für mich ward vorgesehen, auf diese Weise zu sterben!"

 

Quelle: ► George M. Lamsa (1892-1975) assyrischer Schriftsteller, Übersetzer der Bibel aus dem Aramäischen ins Englische, Die Evangelien in aramaeischer Sicht, 1936,
Neuer Johannes Verlag, 4. Auflage 2005

Bücher der Bibel

Altes TestamentNeues Testament
1. Mose 1, 1 - 1. Mose 50, 26 (Genesis)
2. Mose 1, 1 - 2. Mose 40, 38 (Genesis)
3. Mose 1, 1 - 3. Mose 27, 34 (Genesis)
4. Mose 1, 1 - 4. Mose 36, 13 (Genesis)
5. Mose 1, 1 - 5. Mose 34, 12 (Genesis)
Matthäus 1, 1 - Matthäus 28, 20 (Evangelium)
Josua 1, 1 - Josua 24, 33Markus 1, 1 - Markus 16, 20 (Evangelium)
Richter 1, 1 - Richter 21, 25Lukas 1, 1 - Lukas 24, 53 (Evangelium)
Ruth 1, 1 - Ruth 4, 22Johannes 1, 1 - Johannes 21, 25 (Evangelium)
1. Samuel 1, 1 - 1. Samuel 31, 13
2. Samuel 1, 1 - 2. Samuel 24, 25
Apostelgeschichte 1, 1 - Apostelgeschichte 28, 31
1. Könige 1, 1 - 1. Könige 22, 54
2. Könige 1, 1 - 2. Könige 25, 30
Römer 1, 1 - Römer 16, 27
1. Chronik 1, 1 - 1. Chronik 29, 30
2. Chronik 1, 1 - 2. Chronik 36, 23
1. Korinther 1, 1 - 1. Korinther 16, 24
2. Korinther 1, 1 - 2. Korinther 13, 13
Esra 1, 1 - Esra 10, 44Galater 1, 1 - Galater 6, 18
Nehemia 1, 1 - Nehemia 13, 31Epheser 1, 1 - Epheser 6, 24
Esther 1, 1 - Esther 10, 3Philipper 1, 1 - Philipper 4, 23
Hiob 1, 1 - Hiob 42, 17Kolosser 1, 1 - Kolosser 4, 18
Psalm 1, 1 - Psalm 150, 61. Thessalonicher 1, 1 - 1. Thessalonicher 5, 28
2. Thessalonicher 1, 1 - 2. Thessalonicher 3, 18
Sprüche 1, 1 - Sprüche 31, 311. Timotheus 1, 1 - 1. Timotheus 6, 21
2. Timotheus 1, 1 - 2. Timotheus 4, 22
Prediger 1, 1 - Prediger 12, 14Titus 1, 1 - Titus 3, 15
Hoheslied 1, 1 - Hoheslied 8, 14Philemon 1, 1-25
Jesaja 1, 1 - Jesaja 66, 24Hebräer 1, 1 - Hebräer 13, 25
Jeremia 1, 1 - Jeremia 52, 34Jakobus 1, 1 - Jakobus 5, 20
Klagelieder 1, 1 - Klagelieder 5, 221. Petrus 1, 1 - 1. Petrus 5, 14
2. Petrus 1, 1 - 2. Petrus 3, 18
Hesekiel 1, 1 - Hesekiel 48, 351. Johannes 1, 1 - 1. Johannes 5, 21
2. Johannes 1, 1-13
3. Johannes 1, 1-15
Daniel 1, 1 - Daniel 12, 13Judas 1, 1-25
Hosea 1, 1 - Hosea 14, 10Offenbarung 1, 1 - Offenbarung 22, 21
Joel 1, 1 - Joel 4, 21 
Amos 1, 1 - Amos 9, 15 
Obadja 1, 1-21 
Jona 1, 1 - Jona 4, 11 
Micha 1, 1 - Micha 7, 20 
Nahum 1, 1 - Nahum 3, 19 
Habakuk 1, 1 - Habakuk 3, 19 
Zephanja 1, 1 - Zephanja 3, 20 
Haggai 1, 1 - Haggai 2, 23 
Sacharja 1, 1 - Sacharja 14, 21 
Maleachi 1, 1 - Maleachi 3, 24 

Kirchenvater Origines

Der alexandrinisch-griechische christliche Kirchenvater, Gelehrte, Theologe, Kirchenschriftsteller und Mystiker Origenes [BW 515] (184/185-253/254) war nach dem bedeutenden ägyptischen Philosophen und Denker des hellenistischen Judentums Philo von Alexandria [Philon] (~20 v. Chr.-41 n. Chr.) unter den Ersten, der fünf verschiedene Arten der Auslegung der Heiligen Schrift beschrieben hat:

  1. Buchstäbliche Auslegung (fundamentalistisch)
  2. Psychisch-moralische Auslegung
  3. Historische Auslegung
  4. Allegorische Auslegung und
  5. Mystische Auslegung.

Bei René Descartes [BW 490] und dem Philosophen Baruch de Spinoza steht jedoch nicht Gott als das zu bedenkende Objekt im Mittelpunkt, sondern der Mensch, das denkende Subjekt und seine Bedürfnisse. Der "Universale Zweifel" wird in der Bibelinterpretation zum Prinzip erhoben. Ab dann kommt zur Bibelauslegung auch Bibelkritik hinzu.

Metaphorische (esoterische) Bibel-Auslegung

Für den Standpunkt, dass das Christentum ursprünglich eine esoterische Lehre war, sprechen folgende Argumente:
༺༻Metaphorische BibelauslegungBibelstelle (AT/NT)
Anmerkung
1.Jesus lehrt in Gleichnissen, da sein Publikum nur so in der Lage ist, seine Lehre zumindest teilweise aufzunehmen. Matthäus 13, 10-17
2.Paulus spricht im NT von einer Decke, die über dem AT liegt (wonach das AT verhüllt ist). 2. Korinther 3, 12 (NT)
3.Paulus weist auf den allegorischen Schriftsinn hin. Galater 4, 21 (NT)
4.Manche Aussagen sind ganz offensichtlich verhüllt Siehe Thomaevangelium
5.Im Judentum gibt es die esoterische Tradition der Kabbala. 
6.Die kabbalistische Gematria war auch noch im NT bekannt Siehe die Zahl des Tieres
7.Der Kirchenvater Origenes und andere weisen auf die Lehre vom dreifachen Schriftsinn hin. 
8.Die Lehre vom dreifachen Schriftsinn ist auch bei den Kabbalisten bekannt. Beispielsweise bei Papus
9.Es gibt im Christentum Bezüge zur Vier-Elemente-Lehre. Siehe Taufe mit Wasser, Taufe mit Geist=Pneuma, Feuer.
10.Viele Allegorien, so man sie wörtlich nähme, ergäben Unsinn.
Tieropfer bringen, wenn ein Erschlagener zwischen zwei Städten liegt.
5. Mose 21, 1 (AT)
11.Im frühen Christentum gab es diverse esoterische und gnostische Richtungen des Christentums Siehe Marcion
12.Es gibt Parallelen zwischen Marcion und Paulus. Vgl. Detering
13.Die Essener waren eine esoterische Sekte. Flavius Josephus [Joseph ben Matityahu] (37-100 n. Chr.) vergleicht sie mit den Pythagoräern.
14.Es gibt Parallelen zwischen dem Urchristentum und den Mysterienschulen. Vgl. Dietzfelbinger
15.Es gibt Parallelen zwischen den Evangelien und dem Osiris-Mythos. Vgl. Tom Harpur
16.Es gibt Parallelen zwischen den Evangelien und dem Platonismus. 
17.Viele vorchristliche Motive (beispielsweise aus dem Mithras-Kult) wurden ins Christentum übernommen. 
18.Die Evangelien widersprechen sich auf der wörtlichen Ebene. Siehe Ahnenlisten
19.Die Evangelien passen nicht 1:1 mit den historischen Abläufen zusammen. Vgl. Volkszählung und Herodes
20.Die Evangelien beziehen sich laufend auf das AT – …, damit die Schrift erfüllt werde. 
21.Im historischen Sinn sind die Evangelien höchst unzuverlässig. 
22.Bislang gibt es keine unabhängigen außerbiblischen Quellen über Jesus. 

 

Die 1945 in Nag Hammadi in Ägypten gefundenen Schriften (Nag Hammadi-Kollektion) sind ~3. Jahrhundert entstanden und
enthalten vier gnostische außerkanonische Evangelien:

  1. Thomasevangelium (enthält 114 aphoristische Aussagen von Jesus), Teil der Apokryphen, 50-140, 350 n. Chr., 1945
  2. Evangelium der Wahrheit
  3. Ägypterevangelium
  4. Philippusevangelium (enthält das "Mysterium der Brautkammer", Spruch 66)

Deutungsarten von biblischen Inhalten

Deutungsweisen der biblischen Inhalte
Die Bibel sowie andere archetypische bedeutsame Schriften
lassen sich auf vier Elemente-Ebenen auslegen:
ElementDeutungsweiseBeispiele
ErdeSteht für die materiell-weltliche, wortwörtliche InterpretationAnzutreffen bei "bibeltreuen Christen" wie (der NWO-Repräsentant) Billy Graham (*1918) und teils auch bei Fundamentalisten
WasserSteht für die seelisch-emotionelle Interpretation
Taufe durch das Wasser (symbolisch für den Beginn der gefühlsmäßigen Wandlung)
Der Theologe und Psychotherapeut Eugen Drewermann (*1940) interpretiert biblische Gleichnisse psychologisch.
LuftSteht für die esoterische bzw. mental-intellektuelle InterpretationVertreten durch Kirchenvater Origenes [BW 515] (184/185-253/254 n. Chr.), der auf den dreifachen Schriftsinn hinweist
FeuerSteht für die spirituell-inspirierte Interpretation
die Taufe durch das Feuer des Geistes → Verständnis für das "lebendige Wort Gottes"
symbolisch für die vollständige Umwandlung der Persönlichkeit
Mystiker, Heilige und Erleuchtete wie Meister Eckhart von Hochheim

 

Jean Gebser (1905-1973), der polnisch-schweizerische Philosoph, erster kulturwissenschaftlich orientierter Bewusstseinsforscher und Vertreter der Integralen Theorie, war bestrebt, wissenschaftliche und spirituelle Erkenntnisse miteinander zu verknüpfen. Nach Gebser durchläuft das Christentum und Jesus-Verständnis folgende Stufen:
  1. Magische Phase
  2. Mythische Phase
  3. Rationale Phase
  4. Integrale Phase
  5. Kosmische Phase

 

Siehe auch: ► Lehre von den vier Elementen

Stufenentwicklung – am Beispiel Altes Testament ⇔ Neues Testament

Das Alte und das Neue Testament (Bibel) repräsentieren zwei unterschiedlichen Weltanschauungen.
Zusammen umspannen der alte und der neue Teil der Bibel
Sklaventum ⇔ Kindschaft, Rache- und Ausgleichsdenken ⇔ liebendes Dulden.

A·TEntsteht ein dauernder Schaden, so sollst du geben Leben um Leben, Auge um Auge, Zahn um Zahn, Hand um Hand, Fuß um Fuß, Brandmal um Brandmal, Beule um Beule, Wunde um Wunde.   2. Moses, 21, 23-24 (AT)N·T Ihr habt gehört, dass da gesagt ist: »Auge um Auge, Zahn um Zahn.« Ich aber sage euch, dass ihr nicht widerstreben sollt dem Übel; sondern, so dir jemand einen Streich gibt auf deinen rechten Backen, dem biete den andern auch dar.
Matthäus 5, 38-39 (Bergpredigt) (NT)

 

Symbolische Bedeutung von Bibelausdrücken
Zahn um ZahnMit dem analytischen Verstand (Ratio, Logik, linke Gehirnhälfte) zerlegen, zerkleinern, durchkauen
Auge um AugeMit dem bildhaften, mythischen Vorstellungsvermögen (Intuition, rechte Gehirnhälfte) einen, analog und peripher erfassen
Auch die andere Wange zum Schlag reichenWenn eine Seite zwingend geboten wird, als "Gesetz" zu gelten hat, ist es geboten, auch die andere Seite des Tao anzubieten, nicht lösbar scheinende Themen und Widersprüche miteinander zu verbinden, das "Gesetz" mit der Seele zu überwinden.

 

In der Ära des Alten Testaments gilt, die beide Bereiche der rechten und linken Gehirnhälfte streng voneinander getrennt zu halten. Das Neue Testament stellt in Aussicht, was Carl Gustav Jung so formuliert hat:

Die Menschheit ist in der großen Hauptsache psychologisch noch in einem Kindheitszustand – eine Stufe, die nicht übersprungen werden kann. Weitaus die meisten bedürfen der Autorität, der Führung und des Gesetzes. Diese Tatsache darf nicht übersehen werden. Die paulinische Überwindung des Gesetzes fällt nur dem zu, der es versteht, anstelle des Gewissens die Seele zu setzen. Carl Gustav Jung [BW 520/540] (1875-1961) Schweizer Psychiater, Psychoanalytiker, Tiefenpsychologe, Autor, Die Beziehungen zwischen dem Ich und dem Unbewussten [BW 520], Walter Verlag, 2. Auflage Februar 1984

 

Die Philosophie der Ureinwohner Nordamerikas benennt diese beiden grundlegende Herangehensweisen folgendermaßen:

  1. zielgerichtetes aktives Pirschen
    → Diese Methodik ist linkshirnig, formal klassifizierend, kontrollierend.
    → Engagiertes, einseitiges MACHERTUM (Praxis)
  2. Umfassendes, unspezifisches, ergebnisoffenes1 Träumen
    → Diese Methodik ist rechtshirnig, assoziativ, erlaubend.
    → Segnendes, duldsames GESCHEHEN LASSEN (Theorie)
Sowohl den Pirschern (1) als auch den Träumern (2) ist es bestimmt, sobald die Zeit erfüllt ist (3), eine schöpferische Einheit (4) zu bilden.

 


Handabschlagen im Mittelalter, Bamberger Kreuzweg-Station
  • Die Welt ist in zwei Klassen geteilt, in diejenigen, welche das Unglaubliche glauben, und diejenigen, welche das Unwahrscheinliche tun. Oscar Wilde [Werk BW 440] (1854-1900) irischer Dramatiker, Dichter, Romanschriftsteller, Figur Lord Illingworth, 45, reicher, intelligenter AdligerKomödie in Eine Frau ohne Bedeutung, 3. Akt, 1893

 

  • Traditionell musste man sich entscheiden: Entweder lebte man ein weltliches Leben oder man wählte ein religiöses Leben und ging ins Kloster. Im Gegensatz dazu wird heute die Wichtigkeit betont, beides zusammenzubringen. Immer mehr Menschen bleiben in der weltlichen Gemeinschaft und wenden spirituelle Lehren und Bewusstheit an. Es ist zu hoffen, dass sie auf diese Weise wirklich einen Einfluss auf die Geschehnisse in der Welt ausüben können. Interview mit Frances Vaughan, Ph.D., US-amerikanische transpersonale Psychologin, Erzieherin, spirituelle Autorin, In der Zwischenzeit. Über den Ansatz der transpersonalen Psychologie [In the meantime], präsentiert von dem deutschen Magazin Was ist Erleuchtung?, Susan Bridle, US-amerikanische Schülerin von Andrew Cohen (1992-2002), WIE-Lektorin, engl. Original Ausgabe 14, Herbst/Winter 1998, deutsche Ausgabe 3, ~2000

 

Siehe auch: ► Stufenmodelle

Zitate zum Thema Bibel und christliche Schriften / Bible

Zitate von D. Hawkins

Bis der Himmel und die Erde vergehen, soll auch nicht ein Iota oder ein Strichlein (Tüttel) von dem Gesetz vergehen, bis alles geschehen ist. Matthäus 5, 18 (NT)

 

⚠ Achtung Siehe Power vs. Truth (engl.) Januar 2013

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'''Empfehlung:

Psalmen kontemplieren

  • Kontempliere einige Sätze (z. B. aus Psalm 91 [bestenfalls im Wortlaut der Bibelübersetzung von George Lamsa) eine Woche lang oder so lange, bis du sie vollständig verstanden hast. Quelle unbekannt, mehrfach empfohlen

 

  • Jede Übersetzung, die etwas anderes als Frieden oder Liebe lehrt, ist ein Irrtum. Das ist eine grundsätzliche Regel und leicht zu erkennen und anzuwenden. Das All-sehende Auge, S. 75, 2005

 

Quotes by D. Hawkins

Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. For truly I tell you, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished. Matthew 5, 17-18 (NIV) (NT)

 

Personal avowals

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Psalm 91:

When contemplating Psalm 91 Dr. Hawkins found a snake sitting at his doorstep. In view of the serpent he recontextualized Psalm 91 and stepped over it without being harmed.

  • 'Those who place their faith in the Highest have nothing to fear because you will become dear to me and you will be under the protection of my wings'. Well, if you live that truth [...] transformative [...] you start to cry to even hear it because you know it's true. 'To those who are dear to me, ten thousand shall fall at their side and you shall step over the serpent under my wings.' You will be under Divine protection. Sedona Seminar The Ego and The Self, DVD 3 of 3, minute 1:16:38, 11. December 2004
⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013


Family Bible, 1859
  • There is always difficulty in interpreting scriptural quotations as the level of meaning intended, and, therefore, the use of the kinesiologic test for truth can be very informative. For instance, when Christ said to build this church upon this rock, did he mean a physical rock, St. Peter, or the rock of his revealed Truth? A physical rock is only transitory and subject to time, but the rock of Truth is forever sublime and transformative. One would presume that even if a physical rock was referred to, it was meant to be symboblic of the solid ground of certainty. Again, does the word "church" mean a religious organization, business corporation, or and architectural edifice, or does it mean a body of teachings of truth, such as the Scriptures? I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 284, 2003

 

  • While the fall of man is allegorical (the story calibrates at 60), the downside was the naive belief and consequent emphasis on guilt and sin. With research, the 'fall of man' is the emergence of dualistic thinking (i.e. the tree of good and evil) which was the trap man fell into out of a seduction of curiosity. (This explanation calibrates at 995). Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 335, 2005

 

 

 

 

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See also:

Eli, Eli, Lama Sabachtani by H.P. Blavatsky, Collected Writings, Volume IX

  • […] dissimilar quotations of Christ's words on the Cross between the King James [Bible], i.e., it makes a world of difference whether Jesus said, "Father, why hast thou forsaken me." (King James Version) versus "My father, thou hast not forsaken me. From this I have been spared." (Mt. 27, 46 and Mark 15, 34) Lamsa Bible · New Testament translation, 1957. […] an incarnated, fully Enlightened Master who is united with the Oneness of Divinity would unlikely feel deserted by the very source of that Realization within. Truth versus Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 370, 2005

 

  • The Garden of Eden – Adam and Eve fell from the nonlinear to the linear through the intrinsic innocence of the child in the human being who does not know good from bad, and were tempted by the serpent. Sedona Seminar God, Religion and Spirituality, 3 DVD set, 10. December 2005

 

 

  • Eve wasn't being defiant towards God. It was her innocence that lead her to listen to the serpent. [Paraphrased.] Sedona Seminar Practical Spirituality, 3 DVD set, 25. October 2008

Bibelzitate

Erlösung

Fürchte dich nicht, denn ich habe dich erlöst; ich habe dich bei deinem Namen gerufen; du bist mein! Jesaja 43, 1 (AT)

 

Wert des Menschen

Bei euch ist sogar jedes Haar auf dem Kopf gezählt. Habt keine Angst: Ihr seid Gott mehr wert als ein ganzer Schwarm Spatzen! Lukas 12, 7 (NT)

 

Vergebung

Denn wenn ihr den Menschen ihre Verfehlungen vergebt, wird euer himmlischer Vater euch auch vergeben. Wenn ihr aber den Menschen nicht vergebt, wird euer Vater eure Verfehlungen auch nicht vergeben. Matthäus 6, 14-15 (NT)

 

Beurteilen

Richtet nicht, damit ihr nicht gerichtet werdet! Denn mit welchem Gericht ihr richtet, mit dem werdet ihr gerichtet werden, und mit welchem Mass ihr messt, mit dem wird euch gemessen werden. Bergpredigt, Matthäus 27, 1 (NT)

 

Handeln

Wer euch aufnimmt, der nimmt mich auf; und wer mich aufnimmt, der nimmt den auf, der mich gesandt hat. Matthäus 10, 40 (NT)

 

Nicht was in den Mund hineinkommt, verunreinigt den Menschen, sondern was aus dem Mund herauskommt, das verunreinigt den Menschen. Matthäus 15, 11 (NT)

 

Wer den Willen Gottes tut, der ist mir Bruder und Schwester und Mutter. Markus 3, 35 (NT)

 

Wo ihr in ein Haus eintretet, da bleibet, bis ihr von dannen weiterzieht! Und wenn ein Ort euch nicht aufnimmt und sie euch nicht anhören, so ziehet von dort weiter und schüttelt den Staub ab, der euch an den Sohlen hängt, ihnen zum Zeugnis! Markus 6, 10-11 (NT)

 

Glauben

Wahrlich, ich sage euch: Wer zu diesem Berge sagt: Hebe dich empor und wirf dich ins Meer! und in seinem Herzen nicht zweifelt, sondern glaubt, dass das, was er sagt, geschieht, dem wird es zuteil werden. Darum sage ich euch: Alles, um was ihr betet und bittet, glaubet nur, dass ihr es empfangen habt, und es wird euch zuteil werden Markus 11, 23-24 (NT)

 

Siehe auch: ► Vergebung und ► Glauben und ► Erlösung und ► Würde und ► Beurteilen und ► Empfehlungen

Problematische Bibelzitate

3. Mose 20, 13 (AT)

  • Wenn jemand bei einem Manne liegt wie bei einer Frau, so haben sie getan, was ein Gräuel ist, und sollen beide des Todes sterben.

 

  • Eine Hexe sollst du nicht am Leben lassen. Katholische Einheitsübersetzung von 2. Moses / Exodus 22, 17 (AT)

 


Les tables de la Loi, Synagogenfenster, Elsass
Elsässisches Museum, Straßburg, Frankreich, Ende des 19. Jht.
  • Meine Pfeile mache ich trunken vom Blut, während mein Schwert sich ins Fleisch frißt, trunken vom Blut Erschlagener und Gefangener. Deuteronomie 32, 42 (AT)Und er führt nicht nur selbst mit Leidenschaft Frauenverachtend eingestellt, höchst patriarchalsich agierend, Angriffs- und Eroberungskriege, sondern ordnet immer und immer wieder die schlimmste Variante des Krieges, den Genozid, die Abschlachtung ganzer Völker vom Säugling und Kind bis zum Greis, an, befiehlt seinen »heiligen Kriegern«, seinen »hochgemuten jauchzenden Helden«, Kinder vor den Augen ihrer Eltern »zu zerschmettern« Jesaja 13

 

  • Wohl dem, der deine Kinder packt und sie am Felsen zerschmettert. Psalm 137, 8-9 (AT)

 

  • Sie rotteten die Völker nicht aus, wie ihnen der Herr einst befahl. Psalm 106, 34 (AT)

 

  • Sind dem Herrn etwa Brandopfer und Schlachtopfer lieber als der Gehorsam gegenüber seinen Befehlen? Wahrhaftig, Gehorsam ist besser als Opfer. 1. Samuel 15, 22 (AT)

 

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Strafwütiger alttestamentarischer Gott

  • ... seine Freude daran hat, euch auszutilgen und zu vernichten Dm. 28, 63 (AT)
  • ... weder mit Witwen noch Waisen Erbarmen hat ... Jesaja 9, 16 (AT)
  • Ihr esst das Fleisch eurer Söhne und Töchter. Lev. 26, 29 (AT)
  • Nimm alle Anführer des Volkes und spieße sie für den Herrn im Angesicht der Sonne auf Pfähle! Num 25, 3-4 (AT)

 

  • Geht weg von mir, ihr Verfluchten, in das ewige Feuer, das bereitet ist dem Teufel. Matthäus 25, 41 (NT)

 

  • Wer nicht mit mir ist, der ist gegen mich. Lukas 11, 23 (NT)

 

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Verderben und Verdammnis, ewiges Feuer

  • ... in die Hölle, in das Feuer, das nie verlöscht... Markus 9, 42-43 (NT)
  • ... in das ewige Feuer...!   Matthäus 25, 41 (NT)
  • ... ewige Strafe ... Matthäus 25, 46 (NT)
  • ... in den Ofen ..., in dem das Feuer brennt. ... heulen und mit den Zähnen knirschen. Matthäus 13, 41-42 (NT)

 

  • PARAPHRASIERT Am Ende aller Tage wird die Spreu vom Weizen getrennt. Die 'Guten' kommen ins Töpfchen, in Gottes Himmelreich. Die 'Schlechten' hingegen werden auf ewig im Höllenfeuer Qualen erleiden, weil sie im Supermarkt der Religionen nach dem falschen Glauben gegriffen haben. Der Menschensohn wird seine Engel senden, und sie werden sammeln aus seinem Reich alles, was zum Abfall verführt, und die da Unrecht tun, und werden sie in den Feuerofen werfen; da wird Heulen und Zähneklappern sein. Matthäus 13, 41 (NT)

Zitate von anderen Quellen

Und die Gefährtin von [Christus] ist Maria Magdalena. Der [Herr liebte] sie mehr als [alle] (anderen) Jünger, und er küsste sie [oftmals] auf ihren [Mund]. Die übrigen [Jünger], sie sagten zu ihm: "Weshalb liebst du sie mehr als uns alle?" Phillippusevangelium, Vers 55, entstanden ~3. Jht., gefunden bei Nag Hamadi in Ägypten, Codex 2, 1945

 

Persönliche Bekenntnisse

  • Ich verdanke meine Erleuchtung ganz einfach der Lektüre der Bibel. Mit Fug und Recht nennt man diese auch die heilige Schrift. Wer seinen Gott verloren hat, der kann ihn in diesem Buch wieder finden. Heinrich Heine (1797-1856) deutscher bekehrter Skeptiker, Spötter, Journalist, Dichter, Erzähler, Romancier, Zur Geschichte der Philosophie und Religion in Deutschland, Vorrede zur 2. Auflage 1852, zitiert in: Heinrich Heine, Beiträge zur deutschen Ideologie, Frankfurt, 1972
  • Die Bibel ist das beste Geschenk, das Gott dem Menschen je gemacht hat. [...] Ohne sie könnten wir Recht nicht von Unrecht unterscheiden. Abraham Lincoln [BW 565] (1809-1865) politisch ermordeter 16. US-amerikanischer Präsident (1861-1865), Abschaffer der Sklaverei

 

  • Alle Bücher, die ich je gelesen, haben mir nicht den Trost geben können, den mir das eine Wort der Bibel gab: Und ob ich schon wanderte im finsteren Tal, fürchte ich kein Unglück, denn du bist bei mir, dein Stecken und Stab trösten mich. (Psalm 23, 4) Immanuel Kant [BW 460] (1724-1804) deutscher Philosoph der Aufklärung

 

  • Auf diesen beiden Fundamenten, dem Naturgesetz und dem Gesetz der Offenbarung [der Bibel], beruhen alle menschlichen Gesetze. Sir William Blackstone (1723-1780) britischer Rechtsgelehrter, Richter, Professor, Tory Politiker

Quotes by various other sources

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NIV Bible translation vs. George Lamsa's translation

All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work. 2 Timothy 3, 16-17 (NT) NIV

 

All scripture, written by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction and for instruction in righteousness: so that God's people may become perfect, thoroughly perfected for every good work. 2 Timothy 3, 16-17 (NT), translated by George Lamsa

 

Lamento

  • They came with a Bible and their religion stole our land, crushed our spirit. And now tell us we should be thankful to the 'Lord' for being saved. Chief Pontiac [Chief Detroit or Obwandiyag] [LoC 650] (1718-1769) Native American Ottawa leader, famous for his role in Pontiac's Rebellion (1763-1766) against the British military occupation of the Great Lakes region, aphorism
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Three levels of meaning of the Bible

  • [The Bible] contains three levels of meaning, corresponding to the threefold Pauline (and Platonic) division of a person into body, soul and spirit.
    1. The bodily level of Scripture, the bare letter, is normally helpful as it stands to meet the needs of the more simple.
    2. The psychic level, corresponding to the soul, is for making progress in perfection. […]
    3. [The] spiritual interpretation deals with ‘unspeakable mysteries’ so as to make humanity a "partaker of all the doctrines of the Spirit’s counsel".
Origen [LoC 515] (184/185-253/254 AD) early Alexandrian Greek Church Father, scholar, theologian, Church writer; cited in: Joseph W. Trigg, Origen, S. 120-121, 126, SCM Press, London, 1983

 

  • For they read the holy scriptures and draw out in thought and allegory their ancestral philosophy, since they regard the literal meanings as symbols of an inner and hidden nature revealing itself in covert ideas. Philo (20 BC-41 AD) [Philo of Alexandria, "Philon", Philo the Jew] Egyptian Hellenistic Jewish Biblical philosopher, member of the Therapeutae sect, De vita contemplativa, para. 28, 10 BC

 

  • The book of Genesis is a male declaration of independence from the ancient mother-cults. Its challenge to nature, so sexist to modern ears, marks one of the crucial moments in western history. Mind can never be free of matter. Only by mind imagining itself free can culture advance. The mother-cults, by reconciling man to nature, entrapped him in matter. Everything great in western civilization has come from struggling against our origins. Genesis is rigid and unjust, but it gave man hope as a man. It remade the world by male dynasty, canceling the power of mothers. Camille Paglia, Ph.D. (*1947) US American professor of arts, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (*1984), social critic, dissident feminist, author, Sexual Personae. Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson, S. 40, Yale University Press, 1990

Literary, TV series, movie quotes

  • Sometimes the Bible in hand of one man is worse than a whiskey bottle in the hand of-oh, your father? Harper Lee (1926-2016) US American author, character Miss Maudie to character Scout, To Kill a Mockingbird, part 1, chapter 5, J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1960

Quotes by Joseph P. Farrell on Yahwism

Yahweh is a two-faced morally schizophrenic, psychopathic god.
Violent elitist-hierarchical either-or left-brained Yahwist systems kept humanity divided.


  • In the character of Yahweh by any objective moral evaluations you have a psychopathic, genocidal, murderous, manipulative, emotionally abusive character claiming – according to theological traditions – to be God. And this is the problem. […] No amount of theological jugglery will change the fact that you're dealing with a real moral ambiguity with this particular character. If we were to take the same actions and ascribe them to a human being then what we're dealing with is a character on the order of a Hitler, a Stalin, or a chairman Mao. We're dealing with a real murderous character. […]
    The cultural effect of the introduction of this [Yahwist] religion in ancient times is that it introduced a cultural schism. Yahwism is defining itself in opposition to [nature religions and the right-brained perennial traditions]. Yahwism is a conceptional and an immoral revolution. And like all revolutions it has a founding moment in violence, here of course the exodus. It fills all the bills of revolutionary violent movements. The bottom line is it's a grab for power. […]
    1. You enshrine a text. Then the text literally becomes your God.
    2. You enshrine a system of interpretation and therefore you elevate to positions of authority a clerical [oligarchic] elite that does the interpreting.
    3. Within the psychology of any individual […] within one of those three Yahwisms [Judaism, Christianity, Islam] it introduces the idea that any other human being therefore is looked at in purely mechanistic terms. They are viewed either as a potential convert to the system or as a potential enemy.
The net social and cultural effect of these types of [Yahwist] revelation religions is that they introduce a split, a schism, a division in the social space. […] The effect of this is to keep humanity divided.
With each of these three systems you're dealing with universal truth claims. […] The final triumph of truth lies in the future, [...] a future that at some point involves coercive violence in all three versions of these [Yahwist] traditions.
Audio interview with Joseph P. Farrell, Ph.D. (*1957) US American philosopher, adjunct professor of patristic theology and apologetics, California Graduate School of Theology, author on alternative history, historical revisionism, archaeology, and science/physics, Yahweh The Two-Faced God, presented by West Swedish web radio station Red Ice Radio, host Henrik Palmgren, minute 29:24-39:00, 76:00 minutes duration, aired 29. July 2012

 

Features of the Yahwist (fundamentalist religious or secular) system: Enshrinement of an authoritative message (revelatory text), empowering of a messenger, installation of an authoritative elite interpreting the enshrined text, pressuring infallible consensus, demanding obedience, demanding (false) certainty, playing the guilt game, scaring, violence, schisms, demanding to murder "the enemy"
Outside-the-system-thinkers are ostracized for challenging the system (the one and only truth).

Bible quotes

  • Do not fear, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are mine. Isaiah 43, 1 (AT)

 

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Preaching scripture

  • Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage – with great patience and careful instruction. For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. 2 Timothy 4, 2-3 (NIV)

 

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Each hair is counted.

  • Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows. Luke 12, 7 (NIV) (NT)

 

  • Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, 'Let me take the speck out of your eye,' when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother's eye. Matthew 7, 3-5 (NT)

 

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Brotherly love – agape

Bible quotes as by the Lamsa translation / Zitate aus der Lamsa-Bibel

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Feeling of alienation by God in the Bible:

Other translation versions in the Lamsa Bible

  • Lamsa Bible: "And about the ninth hour, Jesus cried out with a loud voice and said, Eli Eli, lmana shabachthani! which means, My God, my God, for this I was kept!" Matthew 27, 46 (NT)
  • Lamsa Bible: "And about the ninth hour, Jesus cried out with a loud voice and said, Eli, Eli, lemana shabakthani! My God, my God, for this I was spared!" Mark 15, 34 (NT)
    • In the introduction (p. xi) an interpretation of this statement by Lamsa is given: "Moreover, they are bewildered when told that Jesus on the cross cried out, "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?"
      The King James says in John 16, 32 (NT), "Behold, the hour cometh, yea, is now come, that ye shall be scattered, every man to his own, and shall leave me alone: and yet I am not alone, because the Father is with me." Then again, the Old Testament in many instances states that God does not forsake the righteous nor those who trust in him. Jesus was the son of God and entrusted his spirit to God. Jesus could not have contradicted himself."

Englische Texte – English section on Bible and Bible translations

Sermon on the Mount [LoC 955]

Judging Others

  • JUDGE not, that you may not be judged.
    For with the same judgment that you judge, you will be judged, and with the same measure with which you measure, it will be measured to you.
    Why do you see the splinter which is in your brother’s eye, and do not feel the beam which is in your own eye?
    Or how can you say to your brother, let me take out the splinter from your eye, and behold there is a cross beam in your own eye?
    O hypocrites, first take out the beam from your own eye, and then you will see clearly to get out the splinter from your brother’s eye.
    Do not give holy things to the dogs; and do not throw your pearls before the swine, for they might tread them with their feet, and then turn and rend you.

 

Ask, Seek, Knock

  • Ask, and it shall be given to you; seek, and you shall find; knock and it shall be opened to you.
    For whoever asks, receives; and he who seeks, finds; and to him who knocks, the door is opened.
    Or who is the man among you, who when his son asks him for bread, why, will he hand him a stone?
    Or if he should ask him for fish, why, will he hand him a snake?
    If therefore you who err, know how to give good gifts to your sons, how much more will your Father in heaven give good things to those who ask him?

 

The Narrow and Wide Gates

  • Whatever you wish men to do for you, do likewise also for them; for this is the law and the prophets.
    Enter in through the narrow door, for wide is the door, and broad is the road which carries to destruction, and many are those who travel on it.
    O how narrow is the door, and how difficult is the road which carries to life, and few are those who are found on it.

 

A Tree and Its Fruit

  • Be careful of false prophets who come to you in lamb’s clothing, but within they are ravening wolves.
    You will know them by their fruits. Why, do they gather grapes from thorns, or figs from thistles?
    So every good tree bears good fruits; but a bad tree bears bad fruits.
    A good tree cannot bear bad fruits, neither can a bad tree bear good fruits.
    Any tree which does not bear good fruits will be cut down and cast into the fire.
    Thus by their fruits you will know them.
    It is not everyone who merely says to me, My Lord, my Lord, will enter into the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of my Father in heaven.
    A great many will say to me in that day, My Lord, my Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and in your name cast out devils, and in your name do many wonders?
    Then I will declare to them, I have never known you; keep away from me, O you that work iniquity.

 

The Wise and Foolish Builders

  • Therefore whoever hears these words of mine, and does them, he is like a wise man, who built his house upon a rock.
    And the rain came down, and the rivers overflowed, and the winds blew, and they beat upon that house; but it did not fall down, because its foundations were laid upon a rock.
    And whoever hears these words of mine, and does them not, is like a foolish man, who built his house upon sand.
    And the rain came down, and the rivers overflowed, and the winds blew, and they beat upon that house; and it fell down, and its fall was very great.
    And it happened when Jesus finished these words, the crowds were stunned at his teaching.
    For he taught them as one who had the power, and not like their own scribes and Pharisees.
Matthew, chapter 7, Lamsa Translation

Questionable Bible translations – demystified

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See also

Eli, Eli, Lama Sabachtani by H.P. Blavatsky, Collected Writings, Volume IX

  • […] dissimilar quotations of Christ's words on the Cross between the King James [Bible], i.e., it makes a world of difference whether Jesus said, "Father, why hast thou forsaken me." (King James Version) versus "My father, thou hast not forsaken me. From this I have been spared." (Matthew 27, 46 and Mark 15, 34) Lamsa Bible · New Testament translation. […] an incarnated, fully Enlightened Master who is united with the Oneness of Divinity would unlikely feel deserted by the very source of that Realization within. David R. Hawkins, Truth versus Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 370, 2005

 

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Translation versions in the Lamsa Bible

Jesus was not forsaken by God, but spared or kept for the passion.

  • "And about the ninth hour, Jesus cried out with a loud voice and said, Eli Eli, lmana shabachthani! which means, My God, my God, for this I was kept!" Matthew 27, 46 (NT)
  • "And about the ninth hour, Jesus cried out with a loud voice and said, Eli, Eli, lemana shabakthani! My God, my God, for this I was spared!" Mark 15, 34  (NT)
    • In the introduction (p.xi) an interpretation of this statement by Lamsa is given: "Moreover, they are bewildered when told that Jesus on the cross cried out, "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?""
      The King James says in John 16, 32, "Behold, the hour cometh, yea, is now come, that ye shall be scattered, every man to his own, and shall leave me alone: and yet I am not alone, because the Father is with me." Then again, the Old Testament in many instances states that God does not forsake the righteous nor those who trust in him. Jesus was the son of God and entrusted his spirit to God. Jesus could not have contradicted himself."

 

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Criminality – Insanity

Old Testament vs. New Testament

  • If a man would follow, today, the teachings of the Old Testament, he would be a criminal.
    If he would follow strictly the teachings of the New [Testament], he would be insane.
    Robert Green "Bob" Ingersoll (1833-1899) US American Civil War veteran, political leader, orator during the Golden Age of Freethought


 

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Good-Bad dichotomy

GOOD in Aramaic language means ripe i.e. mature, more evolved, at the right time at the right place.
BAD means unripe i.e. immature, less evolved.

A GOOD tree cannot bear bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot bear good fruit. Matthew 7, 18 (NT) New International translation version, 1984
A RIPE tree cannot bear unripe fruit, and an unripe tree cannot bear ripe fruit. Matthew 7, 18 (NT) Aramaic translation

 

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Immature representation of the teachings

I am praying not only for these disciples but also for all who will ever believe IN me through their message. John 17, 20 (NT) New Living Translation, 2007
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Mature representation of the teachings

I am praying not only for these disciples but also for all who will ever believe LIKE me through their message. John 17, 20 (NT) Aramaic translation

 

The kingdom of God is within you. Luke 17, 21 (NT)
The kingdom of God is within and among and amidst of you. Luke 17, 21 (NT) Aramaic translation
The Kingdom of God is inside of you, and it is outside of you. When you come to know yourselves, then you will become known, and you will realize that it is you who are the sons of the living Father. Gospel of Thomas, verse 3, part of the Biblical apocrypha, 50-140 AD, 1945

 

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NOTE

Original sin – Issue of procreation

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Referenced here:

Marnia Robinson, US American former corporate lawyer, researcher, author on ancient sacred-sex prescriptions, Von Urban's "Sex, Perfection and Marital Happiness. A Taste of Heaven", 11. July 2005

  • The story of original sin is not without basis; it is a fable which conceals some true traditions. One of these has to do with the procreation of the bodies of human beings. [...]
    The naive story covers a history of disquieting results. The use of the procreative power was the "original sin." The result following the procreative act was to give to the human race the tendency to unlawful procreation; and this tendency was one of the means of bringing on ignorance and death in the world. The penalty of the original sin [of humans] is that they are now dominated by that which they originally refused to govern [the sexual urge]. When they could govern they would not; now that they would govern, they cannot. One proof of that ancient sin is present with every human in the sorrow that follows an act of mad desire which, even against his reason, he is driven to commit. [...]
    The origin of the story of original sin was when [man, as originally created] in his perfect body was in the Realm of Permanence. There, in the trial test for bringing its [male and female] into balanced union, it failed. Therefore it came into this world of birth and death, and it periodically re-exists in a man body or in a woman body. Harold Waldwin Percival (1868-1953) British West Indian philosopher, author, Thinking and Destiny, S. 59-60, S. 386, The Word Foundation, Inc., 1946, 1974, 14th printing 2010

Biblical forgiveness myths – Turning the other cheek as a sign of equality

"If anyone strikes you on the cheek, offer the other also." Luke 6, 29 (NT)

 

"Do not resist an evil person. If someone strikes you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also." Matthew 5, 39 (NT)

 

  • "Turning one's cheek when slapped" is not the antithesis to the Old Testament "eye for an eye" policy which served as a check for vengeance.
    "Turning one's cheek when slapped" is neither an act of forgiveness nor was it a sign of acquiescence in the days of Jesus. Turning the cheek would challenge the aggressor to strike with their left unclean hand, or else with the open right hand, which would signal equality. Thus, turning the other cheek was an act of nonviolent resistance.
    When faced with (verbal) aggression Jesus suggested first to ignore it. When attacked with corporeal violence He recommended to directly challenge the opponent as described above. At any rate, He asked to pray for one's aggressors.

 

Reference article: ► Blog article by Maria Mayo M.Div., M.A., Vanderbilt University, Myths About Forgiveness in the Bible,
presented by US American liberal-oriented online newspaper The Huffington Post, 16. August 2011
See also: ► Biblical forgiveness myths – Maria Mayo and ► Gleichheit – Equality

Biblical astrotheology – Jordan Maxwell

And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; he shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel. Genesis 3, 15 (~4000 BC) (OT)

 

And He [YHWH] took him [Abraham] outside and said, 'Now look toward the heavens, and count [declare] the stars, if you are able to count ["caphar"] them.' And He said to him, "So shall your seed ("zera"; Zera, or Spica in Latin, is also the name of the alpha star held by the woman in the constellation Bethulah, or Virgo in Latin) be. Genesis 15, 5 (~2081 BC) (OT)

 

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Circumcision: 'covenant' with God Jahwe

God Jahwe said to Abraham: For your part you must keep my covenant, you and your descendants after you; circumcise yourselves, every male among you. You shall circumcise the flesh of your foreskin, and it shall be the sign of the covenant between us. Genesis 17, 9-11 (AT)

 

Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion? Canst thou bring forth Mazzaroth [zodiac] in his season? Or canst thou guide Arcturus with his sons? Knowest thou the ordinances of heaven? Canst thou set the dominion thereof in the earth? Job 38, 31-33 (~2000-1600 BC) (OT)

 

The heavens declare ("caphar") the glory of El (God); and the firmament sheweth his handywork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard. Their line is gone out through all the earth, and their words to the end of the world. In them hath he set a tabernacle for the sun, Which is as a bridegroom coming out of his chamber, and rejoiceth as a strong man to run a race. His going forth is from the end of the heaven, and his circuit unto the ends of it: and there is nothing hid from the heat thereof. The law of YHWH is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of YHWH is sure, making wise the simple. Psalm 19, 1-7 (10th century BC) (OT)

 

He counts the number of the stars; He gives names to all of them. Psalm 147, 4 (OT)

 

The Biblical lore is the "greatest story ever told". It is the story of the Zodiac disguised as theology. The Bible displays astrotheology, the worship of God's heaven, God's Sun (God's Son) in the heavens.2
Christianity and other religions are a derivative of three distinct God types of the Old Testament [2 Kings 23:3-5]:

  1. God of the stellar (Horus) cult3,
  2. God of the lunar (Moses-Hebrew) cult4,
  3. God of the solar cult5 derived from Egyptian Mystery Schools.

 

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Astrotheology

The three revelatory book religions worship Sun, Moon, Saturn and Venus.

  • [At winter solstice on December 25th the Christians] celebrate God's sun's birthday. And [90 days later, a square 90° angle further] as it passes over the Equator we celebrate the spring equinox we call it a passover, because the sun is passing the Equator coming back to the Northern hemisphere. [...] The Jews call it Passover [celebrating Easter]. [...] We Christians have an Easter sun rise service. Christianity is sun worship. […] Christianity is worshipping the sun [the risen sun aka Son of God], while Jews are worshipping Saturn and the Moon, while the Islamic world is worshipping Isis or worshipping Venus. And Venus [Morning and evening star] is called Lucifer. Audio interview with Jordan Maxwell (*1940) US American esoteric scholar, radio host, lecturer, author, Jordan Maxwell The Human Deception, presented by the US American Truth Frequency Radio, host Chris Geo, YouTube film, minute 1:55:11, 2:23:37 duration, posted 23. July 2013

 

The Zodiac contains the "ZOO" and "dia", meaning the "Animal Wheel". This wheel is DIVIDED and CUT (a-part) in twelve sections known as houses, namely the 12 houses within God's abode (universe). Each section or house comprises 30º degrees. Hence, there are two significant ages in Jesus' life: At age 12 he appeared in the temple, at age 30 he started his teaching mission.

 

Old Testament referencesHebrew Bible
Genesis
1st book of OT
Genesis is the Hebrew interpretation of the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the book of the coming forth by day,
the book of Gen-Isis.
Genesis 1, 14Let there be lights in the vault of the sky to separate the day from the night,
and let them serve as signs to mark sacred times, and days and years.
Deutoronomy 6, 8Orthodox Jews wear a small box on the forehead containing the written law.
This customs is related to ancient Chinese dynasties.
Job 38, 31-32Ordonances in heaven, "sweet influences" of the Pleiades, lose the bands of Orion,
Mazzaroth [the twelve signs of the Zodiac]
2 Kings 23, 3-5Burning incense to the sun and moon,
to the constellations and to all the starry hosts.
Maleachi 4, 2The Sun of righteousness shall arise with healing in his wings.
Reference to God's son Horus.
Jeremiah 18, 1-6God depicted as the Great Potter correlating with the Egyptian potter, God Ptah.
See also: ► Signs of the zodiac – Alchemical process

 

Symbols, practices, and figures of the Old Testament
Ram's hornWas used to usher in the Age of Aries held by central figure Moses.
Rite of male circumcisionIt dates back to the stone age and ancient Egyptian sex worship.
Circumcision is to make arousal quicker and easier.6
God worshipEl, the Semitic God, the Hebrew God Yahweh, the planet Saturn
Symbols of the rings of Saturn (Lord of the Rings) are marriage rings, the king's round crown,
the Pope's crown, the Jewish headgear Kippah, the Yamaka.
Star of David
[Seal of Solomon]
Representing the star of Saturn bearing the number 13,
symbolizing God's sun (son) and the 12
MosesHermes and Moses are correlated.
Hereditary priesthooodAncient Egypt and Hebrew priesthood were hereditary.
Egyptian and Hebrew ceremonies are similar / correlated.

 

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Scapegoats

Interesting to know is that Egypt before Israel had a scapegoat because there were two goats always sacrificed. One would be killed and one would be allowed to leave the town taking the sins of the town with him. So the one animal that left would be said to have escaped. And that's where we get the term 'scapegoat' [from]. Minute 49:55

 

New Testament references
Jesus"Fisherman" as ruler of the Piscean Age, feeding his people with two fish = Pisces
Age of our Lord = Piscean Age (2160 years duration)
Passover = the last day in the Piscean Age
Matthew 12, 32The Holy Spirit will not be given either in this age or the age to come.
Matthew 13, 39The harvest is the end of the age...
Matthew 24, 3Apostles asked: What will be the sign of your coming at the end of the [astrological] age%
Matthew 28, 20Mistranslation: I am with you always even to the "end of the world".
Correct translation:
And surely I am with you to the very "end of an age".
Mark 10, 29-30the age to come, the eternal life: Aquarian age
KJV Translation: "In my Father's house are many mansions."
Meaning: "In my Father's abode are many dwelling places (houses) = 12 houses of the Zodiac."
Luke 18, 30The kingdom of God will fail […] in this age and the age to come... eternal life.
Luke 22, 10New kingdom = Age of Aquarius: A man bearing a pitcher of water; follow him into the house where he enters in.
1 Corinthians 3, 6Message of wisdom among the mature? is not the wisdom of this age.
1 Corinthians 3, 8None of the rulers of this age understood the gospel.
1 Corinthians 10, 11The fulfilment of the ages has come.
Ephesisans 1, 21Present age but also in the one to come.
Hebrews 6, 5Coming age
Hebrews 9, 26End of the age
Revelation 12, 45Jesus as good shepherd ruling with a rod of iron correlates with
the Egyptian Pharao sheperding the nation and ruling with it with a rod and staff.
Revelation 15, 3God Almighty is king of the ages
Source: ► Edward Moor (1771-1848) British soldier, Indologist, author, The Hindu Pantheon,
dating back 5500-6000 year, 4000 years BC, London, 1810

 

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Hindu God Vishnu dying on the cross – 4000 year BC

When one looks through the Hindu pantheon we find that there were thousands of [...] Gods of India. [We focus on] the second person in the Indian Hindu trinity:
  1. Brahma being the father,
  2. Vishnu being the son and
  3. Siva being the Holy Spirit.
Vishnu, God's son, the second person in the Hindu trinity, is pictured [minute 41:23] here in the Hindu Pantheon as a man hanging on nothing but the sun under him being God's son who dies on the cross. This is Hinduism four thousand years before Christ. It's a very old story. [~4,000 years BC] Minute 40:50

 

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Astrological / cyclical background of the concept of the Trinity

The story of the Trinity goes back to Egypt where God the Father was never seen, but God the Son […] named Horus. He comes up on the horizon (Horsus' rising) and, of course, he dies at sunset. And that was the name of the ancient God of darkness Set. And at mid-day of course, at the peak of the pyramid, at twelve o'clock, he was God the Most High because at that point the sun is the most high. That was the original trinity:
  1. God's son[sun] who has risen in the morning,
  2. God's son[sun], the Holy Spirit who dies at night and goes away only to come back another day to be resurrected.
  3. And […] at twelve noon he becomes the Most High.
That the original trinity. It's just that simple that the original human creatures on the earth understood that there were three points in creation:
  1. the beginning when you're born,
  2. maturity at the mature age and
  3. then death from old age.
That was the original trinity. It's really not very difficult to understand at all unless of course you're trying to build a story around something that just isn't true. Then it becomes difficult to explain. Minute 37:55

 

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Trinity of the sun

Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is nothing more than the triune God. The triune God is nothing more than the sun in the rising, the sun at 12 noon, and the sun in the evening, the newborn, the fullgrown, and the man that dies. It is still the sun, the sun in the morning, at noon and at night. The one God is a sun in its three points in his life. Video presentation by and Q&A with Jordan Maxwell (*1940) US American esoteric scholar, radio host, lecturer, author, The Inner World Of The Occult, sponsored by The Republic Forum, December 2002, YouTube film, minute 2:49:30, 2:53:41 minutes duration, posted 22. May 2013

 

Correlations between the Joseph of Genesis and the Jesus of the New Testament Minute 54:21
Joseph is said to have had twelve brothers.Jesus had twelve apostles.
Spices on camels were brought to Joseph.Spices from the Magi were brought to Jesus.
Joseph flees from Potiphas' wife with his clothes.The young disciple in Jesus story flees with his coat when Jesus is arrested.
Joseph was sold for twenty pieces of silver.Jesus was sold for thirty pieces of silver.
Brother Judas suggests the sale of Joseph.Jesus' apostle Judas suggests his sale.
The background for Joseph was Egypt in the bondage and the slaying of the firstborn.The background for Jesus was his flight to Egypt to avoid Pharaoh Herod's slaying of the firstborn.
Miriam is the sister of Moses whose story is sequel to that of Joseph.Miriam or Mary is Jesus' mother.
The correlations between the Ancient Egyptians and the Christian culture are continual.

 

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Power plot between the Roman church and the Jews

We find that Christianity was in fact nothing more than a Roman story developed politically by some very intelligent minds in Rome that sought to undo the hold that the Jews had on the Middle East. The Jews were very strongly entrenched in the Middle East and Rome wanted control over the Middle East. So therefore Rome concocted a story which would have put the blame on Jews and thereby nullify their hold in the Middle East. Minute 56:27

 

Source featuring Jordan Maxwell (*1940) US American esoteric scholar, radio host, lecturer, author
► Video presentation Gnosis – Ancient Belief Systems, presented by Lightworks Audio & Video, IRES International Research and Educational Society, 1991, YouTube film, starting minute 11:15, 51:08 minutes duration, posted 18. March 2013
Biblical lore is based on astrotheology, the worship of Sun (God's Son) in the heavens. Christianity and other religions are a derivative of
1) a stellar cult, 2) a lunar (Hebrew) cult, 3) a solar cult (derived from Egyptian Mystery Schools).
Cited literature:
Edward Moor (1771-1848) British soldier, Indologist, author, The Hindu Pantheon, dating back 5500-6000 year, 4000 years BC, London, 1810
► John L. Benson, The Book of Beginnings. A Study in GenIsis. Adult Student Bible Study Guide, Accent Publications, revised edition 1983
Abelard Reuchlin, US American essayist on the origin of Christianity, True Authorship of the New Testament (Arius Calpurnius Piso Pen Name Flavius Josephus), Abelard Reuchlin Foundation, 2nd printing edition 1986
► Neil Forsyth, The Old Enemy. Satan and the Combat Myth books.google.de, 1944, Princeton University Press, 1. December 1989

 

See also:
Cult of Saturn – pillar of patriarchy – Jordan Maxwell
Astrology and ► Occult research and ► Symbolism and ► Religion and ► World religions

BW-Werte: Bibel / Bible

Bewusstseinswerte der Bibel und christlicher Schriften nach D. Hawkins

Gemessene Bewusstseinswerte – Bibel
BW hlg. SchriftenBücher der Bibel – Heilige Schriften
955Bergpredigt, Lamsa-Übersetzung
880 Bibel abzüglich Offenbarung (NT) und Altes Testament, aber inklusive Genesis, Psalmen, Buch der Sprichwörter (Salomo), Übersetzung aus dem Aramäischen von George Lamsa (engl.)7
790 Neues Testament abzüglich der Offenbarung des Johannes (NT); King James-Übersetzung (Urfassung) (engl.)8
750Neues Testament Übersetzung von George M. Lamsa (1892-1975) (engl.)
699Lukas-Evangelium (NT)9
660Thomasevangelium (nicht kanonisches Evangelium)
660Genesis (Schöpfungsbericht im AT) (Bibel-Übersetzung nach George Lamsa)
Um 650Psalmen (AT)
640Neues Testament King James; griechische Übersetzung
600Genesis (Schöpfungsbericht im AT) allg. Übersetzungen
600Ein Kurs in Wundern – Arbeitsbuch
Um 600Christlicher Mystizismus nach, Schriften von Meister Eckhart
550 / 770Torah, die ersten fünf Bücher des AT (Moses zugeschrieben)10
495Bibel, Übersetzung aus dem Aramäischen von George Lamsa (engl.)
475Bibel King-James-Übersetzung (AT/NT komplett)
400Apokryphen, geheime, verworfene Evangelien, gnostische Evangelien
350Sprichwörter (AT)
190Altes Testament (AT) insgesamt11
~155Judasevangelium12
125Altes Testament (ohne die Bücher Genesis, Sprüche, Psalmen)
70Offenbarung nach Johannes (NT) ist astralen Ursprungs, BW des Autors Johannes 13
60Geschichte des Sündenfalls von Adam und Eva in Genesis (AT), induziert Schuld und Sünde.
Selbst wenn nur Genesis, Sprüche des Psalmen das Alten Testaments (AT) integer sind und das Buch
insgesamt unredlich ist (BW unter 200), weisen viele Absätze integere, teils hohe Bewusstseinswerte auf.

 

Kalibrierung der Verse des Alten Testaments
BewusstseinswertProzentualer Wahrheitsgrad
Über BW 20060%
Über BW 40050%
Über BW 50030%
Über BW 60020%
Über BW 70010%
Über BW 8002%
BW 100010 Verse des AT
Matthäus 24 (NT), EndzeitprophezeiungFalschTvF, S. 388
Die Astralwelt ist keine Himmelswelt.Nicht spirituellTvF, S. 390
Quelle: ► Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 366-369, 2005 und diverse Seminare

BW-Werte: Bibel / Bible

  • BW 600 –
  • BW 480 –
  • BW 450 –
  • BW 245 –

Levels of consciousness (LoC): Bible (Old Testament and New Testament)


  • LoC 1000 – Ten verses of the Old Testament
  • LoC 800s – 2% of the verses of the Old Testament
  • LoC 700s – 10% of the verses of the Old Testament
  • LoC 500s – 30% of the verses of the Old Testament
  • LoC 400s – 50% of the verses of the Old Testament
  • LoC 200s – 60% of the verses of the Old Testament

God Images

  • LoC 1000 – God Transcendent / God Immanent
  • LoC 1000 – Buddha Nature (as allness)
  • LoC 980 – Buddha Nature (as void)
  • LoC 850 – Native American Great Spirit
  • LoC 460 – Yahweh
  • LoC 205 – Jehovah

  • LoC 100 – God of Old Testament
  • LoC 100 – Elohim

Index: Bibel / Bible – Bücher von D. Hawkins

Englische Werke

Index: Audio- und Videomedien (engl.) von und mit D. Hawkins

 

Links zum Thema Bibel und christliche Schriften / Bible

Literatur

In seinem umstrittenen Vortrag "Babel und Bibel" im Jahr 1902 postulierte Delitsch, dass die Schöpfungsgeschichte (Hexaemeron im Buch Genesis), der Mythos der Sintflut und die Bücher des Alten Testaments aus den viel älteren babylonischen Erzählungen kopiert worden sind.

  • Friedrich Delitzsch (1850-1922) deutscher Assyriologe, Dozent für semitische Sprachen, Mitgründer der Deutschen Orientgesellschaft,
    • "Die große Täuschung. Kritische Betrachtungen zu den alttestamentlichen Berichten über Israels Eindringen in Kanaan, die Gottesoffenbarung vom Sinai und die Wirksamkeit der Propheten", 1920/1921, Neuauflage 1934
    • Die große Täuschung. Fortgesetzte kritische Betrachtungen zum Alten Testament, vornehmlich den Prophetenschriften und Psalmen, nebst Schlußfolgerungen,  Zweiter (Schluss-) Teil, 1921, Neuauflage 1926
  • George M. Lamsa (1892-1975) assyrischer Bibelübersetzer aus dem Aramäischen ins Englische, Schriftsteller, Die Evangelien in aramäischer Sicht, 1936, Neuer Johannes Verlag, 4. Auflage 2005
  • Friedrich Delitzsch (1850-1922) deutscher Assyriologe, Dozent für semitische Sprachen, Mitgründer der Deutschen Orientgesellschaft, Babel und Bibel, Trapeza, 1. Juli 2012

Literature (engl.)


In a 1902 controversial lecture titled "Babel and Bible" Delitsch postulated that the Old Testament writings including the stories of Genesis creation narrative and the Flood myth were borrowed from ancient Babylonian [Mesopotamian] tales.


Features of the Yahwist (fundamentalist religious or secular) system: Enshrinement of an authoritative message (revelatory text), empowering of a messenger, installation of an authoritative elite interpreting the enshrined text, pressuring infallible consensus, demanding obedience, demanding (false) certainty, playing the guilt game, scaring, violence, schisms, demanding to murder "the enemy"
Outside-the-system-thinkers are ostracized for challenging the system (the one and only truth).

"Yahwism is a counter-religion, a power play."

Externe Weblinks



External web links (engl.)

 



  • Blog article The Bible and Astrology, presented by cogwriter.com, 2007
  • Kristin Swenson, US American associate professor of religious studies, University of Virginia, Richmond, Mary Magdalene, excerpted from ''Bible Babel. Making Sense of the Most Talked About Book of All Time’', Harper, New York, 2010

Audio- und Videolinks

Audio and video links (engl.)


Linkless audios/videos

 

Interne Links

Wiki-Ebene

 

 

1 Zielgerichtetheit ⇔ Ergebnisoffenheit – Spindrift Gebetsforschung

2 Jordan Maxwell, Matrix of Power: How the World Has Been Controlled by Powerful People without Your Knowledge, S. 50, The Book Tree, Escondido, California, 2000

3 Jordan Maxwell, Paul Tice, Alan Snow, That Old-Time Religion, S. 25, 2000

4 Jordan Maxwell, Paul Tice, Alan Snow, That Old-Time Religion, S. 31, 2000

5 Jordan Maxwell, Paul Tice, Alan Snow, That Old-Time Religion, S. 35, 2000

6 "They [the Israelites] had the boys circumcised because they found out that a man would get aroused quicker, without the foreskin than he would with the foreskin. [...] The [ancient] Egyptians did the same thing, preparing boys for a little sex worship." Jordan Maxwell (*1940) US American esoteric scholar, radio host, lecturer, author, Matrix of Power. How the World Has Been Controlled by Powerful People PDF, Book Tree, S. 50, 1. May 2000

7 Truth versus Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 366, 2005

8 Truth versus Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 366, 2005

9 Truth versus Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 366, 2005

10 Discovery of the Presence of God. Devotional Nonduality, S. 204, 2007; Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, S. 274, Hay House, February 2002

11 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 369, 2005

12 Sedona Seminar Perception vs. Essence, 3 DVD set, 22. April 2006

13 Truth versus Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 369, 2005

14 Truth versus Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 366, 2005

15 Truth versus Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 366, 2005

16 Truth versus Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 366, 2005

17 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 367, 2005

18 Discovery of the Presence of God. Devotional Nonduality, S. 185, 2007

19 Hingabe an Gott. Der mystische Weg aus der Dualität, S. 204, 2009

20 Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, S. 274, Hay House, February 2002

21 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 366, 2005

22 Audio interview with Robert Eisenman, Ph.D., US American biblical scholar, California State University Long Beach, theoretical writer, historian, archaeologist, "road" poet, The real story behind the Dead Sea Scrolls, presented by LA Talk Radio, program NightVision Radio, host Rene Barnett, 51:49 minutes duration, aired 18. January 2012

23 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 369, 2005

24 Sedona Seminar Perception vs. Essence, 3 DVD set, 22. April 2006

25 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 369, 2005

26 Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 71, 2006

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