Hawkins lehrte: Wer sich unter der BW-Ebene von 600 bewegt, bedarf eines Erlösers;
wer sich auf der Ebene über 600 bewegt, ist erlöst und wirkt unwillkürlich als ErlöserIn.
The Zadokites ["rigtheous" fanatics], an ancient Hebrew cult, originated "The Redeemer Complex". The gnostic seers and scribes, located around the Nag Hammadi region, identified the problematic extrahumanly implanted tenets and features of the Abrahamic religion.
| ♦ The paternal male creator god Yahweh (without a female consort) as the creator of the material world|
| ♦ The removal of the Divine Feminine from the creation process|
| ♦ The selection of the righteous few (chosen people complex) deemed to fulfill a divine salvation plan|
| ♦ The mission of the creator's son, the Messiah-Savior as part of the plan of redemption|
| ♦ The doublebind victim/perpetrator syndrome (bond) between the savior and the saved|
| ♦ The final apocalyptic end of the world scenario [judgment day] resulting in the world's destruction|
so that the righteous can be saved by the accomplishment of divine retribution
The Yahwist belief system has turned humans away from their connection to the Divine creatrix Sophia.
The salvationist two-faced demiurge Jahweh is an interspecies predator, a wrathful, vindictive "off-planet landlord".
Controversial comparative mythologist John Lash labels Yahweh's anti-human corrosive ideology as a mental virus of parapsychological origin. When Christianity came on the scene, the virus went pandemic. The concept of the sacrificed redeemer is implanted in the Abrahamic Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition. Salvationism administered from an outside source is a toxic, psychotic outbreak of the human mind, a religious schizophrenia, first purported by the ancient Hebrews.[*]
[The three revelatory book religions] Judaism, Christianity and Islam have been introduced and upheld by violence. The Hebrew/Christian creation myth starts out with sin and guilt. Guilt and schizophrenic behavior displayed by the modelling "creator God" are tools for mind control [i.e. brainwashing].
- The rise of Christianity began actually with the Zadokite cult in Palestine around 150 BC before [the appearance of] the supposed historical Jesus. So there is a period of ~150 BC up until ~450 AD, more than five hundred years, when Christianity had to gradually take over. There was an enormous resistance in the pagan world at that time. A number of the pagan intellectuals who were the teachers and highly respected figures at that time totally rejected Christianity as a pestilence. They called it a virus and the plague. They said it was a despicable faith. Why? Mainly for one reason. Christianity glorifies the redemptive value of suffering. And that is totally contrary to pagan beliefs. That is a very perverted idea from a pagan point of view. So there was a great resistance to this belief system of Christianity and to the supernaturalism of the messiah. There's no messiah in any of the pagan religions. There's no equivalent to the messiah. […]
The [early] Christian monks were so fanatical they were like stormtroopers. They went into the ancient sanctuaries of mystery knowledge in Egypt, the temples of Luxor, the temples of Dendera which is close to Nag Hammadi, and the temples of Memphis around Cairo and they fanatically destroyed and burned all these books. They didn't need the military to do it. The religious converts did it themselves. The history of the rise of Christianity is a history of a cultural genocide of an enormous magnitude. One of the reasons why we have lost our way in this world and why we have become a species that can be manipulated and controlled by a small psychotic group of our own members is because the mysteries and the wisdom in the mysteries was destroyed and we lost the foundation of our species vision. Audio interview with John Lash metahistory.org US American self-educated scholar of comparative mythology, metahistoric researcher, author, Mystery Religions, Gnosticism, the Occult & the Globalist Elite, presented by West Swedish web radio station Red Ice Radio, host Henrik Palmgren, aired 7. January 2010, Mystery Religions, Gnosticism and The Antichrist, YouTube film, minute 26:29 and minute 20:59, 1:11:59 minutes duration, posted 20. December 2011
- Salvationism boils down to a overseen by a Father God. And all three Abrahamic religions – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – carry this concept of salvationism. Audio interview with John Lash metahistory.org US American self-educated scholar of comparative mythology, metahistoric researcher, mystic, author, Sacred Cows to Silent Knowing, presented by Future Primitive, host Joanna Harcourt-Smith, Swiss-born British socialite, lover of Timothy Leary, author, The Illuminist Option in Buddhism and Gnosis vs. Salvationism, minute 20:50, 35:05 minutes duration, aired 10. August 2007
- It was (St.) Paul of Tarsus who recognized immediately that the story of Jesus could be converted to politics and power right off the bet. He [Jesus] was not even cold in the grave or high in the Heavens before men realized there was power and money in his story. So from the getgo the innocence and beautiful message of this teacher [Jesus] was contaminated. [...] Taking a human being and turning him into a God [...] that people take literally. [...] All of this taken literally has just wreaked havoc on this planet. [...] Because they inherited Roman mythologies (including sacrificing on altars). Sacrificing something on an altar was Roman. Audio interview with Caroline Myss, Ph.D. Myss.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, mystic, medical intuitive, five-time New York Times bestseller author, Conference Call Conversations with the Masters, presented by US American web broadcasting station lifecoachmary.com, hosted by Mary Allen (*1951) British arts administrator, management consultant, life coach, radio broadcaster, writer, minute 31:54, minutes 29:45-38:00, 1:00:46 minutes duration, aired 8. November 2007
- One problem with Yahweh, as they used to say in the old Christian Gnostic texts, is that he forgot he was a metaphor. He thought he was a fact. And when he said, "I am God," a voice was heard to say, "You are mistaken, Samael." "Samael" means "blind god": blind to the infinite Light of which he is a local historical manifestation. This is known as the blasphemy of Jehovah – that he thought he was God. Interview with Joseph Campbell, Ph.D. [LoC 410] (1904-1987) US American mythologist, expert in comparative mythology and comparative religion, cited in: six-part PBS television documentary The Power of Myth, host Bill Moyers, transcript, 21.-26. June 1988
- Why do we call God the Father? It's because of rain. Rain is why we call God the father. And consequently the idea was that the earth was our mother, Mother Nature. And mother nature gets impregnated with God the Father's sacred fluid that falls on the earth and impregnates Mother Nature so everything grows. Once a year there was a celebration in Phoenicia, Cana, when the spring rains would come. It was called the marriage feast of Canaan.
If the sun doesn't come up we're dead. So consequently the sun was [called] our "risen savior". [At the marriage feast of Cana] Mother Earth asked God's Sun [son], our risen savior, to draw water. The water is drawn by the sun so it can fall on the grapes. And the grapes can be made into wine. So it [the sun/son] changes water into wine. And this goes back to the old Phoenecian Cananites. And even the Jewish rabbis will tell you that. And this is [hidden] in the Bible [in plain sight for the attentive reader]. Video presentation by Jordan Maxwell (*1940) US American esoteric scholar, radio host, lecturer, author, The Inner World of The Occult – The Cult of Saturn, presented by The Republic Forum, Los Angeles, California, 3. January 2001, YouTube film, minute 26:50, 47:23 minutes duration, posted by TheSaturnGnosis 1. September 2012
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. […]
- You enshrine a text. Then the text literally becomes your God.
- You enshrine a system of interpretation and therefore you elevate to positions of authority a clerical [oligarchic] elite that does the interpreting.
- 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
- Life involves a search for meaning, and that's associated with the idea of redemption. […] The state itself is flawed. It cannot provide the final answer to the question what constitutes genuine redemption. […]
The redeemer takes on the sins of the world. […] It means all human beings are Nazis, and human beings are the Maoist Red Guards, and human beings are the slaughterers in Rwanda. And you're all human beings. And so to take on the sins of the world means to realize that all those things that characterize the human capacity to turn within into hell characterize you. And in order to live properly you have to live in a manner that addresses those elements of your nature. And again that's a terrible responsibility.
- First of all, who wants to admit that?
- Second of all, who can stand looking at it?
- And third, who's going to take on the burden of solving it? It better be all of, us or we're just gonna keep doing it.
Redemption, what does it mean? It means we're not in a state of grace. Why? We're self-conscious, we're aware of the tragedy of our being. We're unwilling to take full responsibility for it, or we're ignorant about how to do that. And that leaves us bereft.
- How do we solve that? We can solve it with a state, but the problem is the state is not reliable. It degenerates into tyranny, then it transforms into chaos, then it reconstitutes itself and does the same thing again. It's not a good answer.
- Is there another answer? Maybe. I believe that what is outlined in narrative form in the New Testament is psychologically correct. I believe that the idea that endless micro-death and renewal produces a state of proper adaptation to being, and that the prerequisites for that are laid in the narrative structure that underlies the New Testament are fundamentally correct. So to be redeemed is to aim at the highest value, to sacrifice what's no longer useful and valid in yourself, and to tell the truth. And the consequence of that is:
- existence in a deep state of meaning that justifies the tragedy of being and
- the possibility of transforming your own life in the most beneficial positive direction
- while simultaneously doing that for the people around you.
And that's redemption.
Video keynote address by Jordan Peterson, Ph.D. (*1962) Canadian clinical psychologist, professor of psychology, University of Toronto, political scientist, author, Psychology of Redemption in Christianity, sponsored by 2012 Meaning Conference, University of Toronto, Canada, 26.-29. July 2012, YouTube film, minutes 3:05, 19:51, 43:23, 44:22, 46:36 minutes duration, posted 14. December 2012, reposted 26. January 2016
- The Gnostics believed that there were advanced beings who actually care for us and that there was a bet or forecast made that the advanced beings' creation i.e. human beings, would one day stop falling for the tricks of the Archons and wake up and they provided avenues for this to happen. One thing that is certain is that the Archons hate more than anything after love is courage. They cannot stand up to courage or a clear, articulate debate because their own premises are built entirely on falsity. It’s all false and so we can begin deconstructing history by seeing through the lies. By observing outside the box, outside the norm, you can see the tricks of the Archons. Everything they do is fake, it is not real and has no history, no veracity. It is always a parasitical living off of others. Anyone who is following this mad, insane god, Jehovah, will be lead to their death for certain. If you think there's a reward for you for serving the Archons, I assure you there is not. As they hate courage, stand up to them. They will try to destroy, try to tear you down and do everything they can but nothing makes them shudder in fear more than someone standing up to them and they always overreact to it because they are cowards and terrified themselves. Jay Weidner (*1953) US American film producer, scholar on hermetic and alchemical traditions, author, cited in: Rise of the Archons. An interview with Jay Weidner on Rense Radio, presented by US American radio show Rense Radio Network, host Jeff Rense, US American independent researcher, presented by Jay Weidner SacredMysteries.com, aired 8. April 2011
- If man knows right from wrong as a result of being made in the image of God, and if one of the things man knows from his being so created is that it is wrong to punish the innocent, then how can the central doctrine of Evangelical Christianity, namely penal substitution, be maintained? Ken Pulliam, Ph.D. (1960-2010) US American professor of apologetics, ex-fundamentalist concerned with the doctrine of salvationism/penal substitution, author, John W. Loftus, US American theologian, philosopher, editor, anthology The End of Christianity, chapter 7 The Absurdity of the atonement, S. 185, Prometheus Books, 1st edition 26. July 2011
David Hawkins' inner dissociation allowed the emergence of a savior complex.
Savior complex – Messiah complex – God complex
- In psychoanalytic terms, this is called a savior complex or a messiah complex. A complex is a troubling cluster of mental content (images, memories, fantasies, wishes, and so on) that forms an organized whole in the psyche. A complex is either partly or totally unconscious, meaning that a person is unaware that this organized cluster of mental content exists. A savior complex occurs when, by its own grandiosity, the ego gets so inflated that it believes it is a savior or a messiah to humankind.
How might this savior complex have developed in Hawkins? Based on my personal experience as Hawkins’ biographer and through my analysis of his teachings, I believe Hawkins dissociated from his body and mind, as well as his ego, shadow, and overall personality. Scott Jeffrey, US American business and marketing consultant, author, Power vs. Truth. Peering Behind the Teachings of David R. Hawkins, chapter 8 The Avatar, the Shadow, and the Dissociated, subheading "The Savior complex", S. 141, Creative Crayon Publishers, 14. January 2013
Contradicting his own savior claims, Hawkins calibrated the concept of Original Sin inducing guilt at LoC 30 [i.e. 'not true'].
While it is commonly believed that Christianity does not teach karma, that is not true. It does indeed, but it merely does not use the specific term. Christianity teaches that sin and virtue have very different consequences for the soul after death. These include the karmic alternatives of not only heaven or hell, but also purgatory. In addition, a traditional teaching is that man was 'born in sin' due to the fall of Adam and Eve and is thus karmically affected by succumbing to temptation and refusing obedience to God. Subsequently, God's mercy is represented by the presentation of a savior born for the sake of man's redemption. As Jesus said, "None get to heaven but by Me." David Hawkins, Discovery of the Presence of God. Devotional Nonduality, chapter 10, S. 160, 2007
♦ With humility, one can relinquish the ego's self-appointed role as savior of the world.
♦ A savior is necessary for all who calibrate below level 600.
♦ Man needs a savior to be his advocate, his inspiration, and the fulcrum of this salvation from the pain and suffering of the ego.
♦ Throughout time, the Divine Teacher (Avatar) is accepted and worshipped as one's eventual advocate or intercessor as Savior.
♦ The privilege of the presence of an intercessor or savior has been earned by spiritual merit.