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Some basic yet profound truths I have learned....

 
The Ancient One
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I am, first and foremost, not going to spend pages and pages proving or explaining what I say.

These are simply facts that I have learned from my experience throughout my lives. Take them, leave them, accept them, reject them, it matters little.

To quote Agent K from the upcoming film MIB III: "I promise you the secrets of the universe, nothing more."



Love is everything. It is the reason and purpose for existence.

If you do not find love in this life, you always have another chance in your next life. This principle can be used for anything - you always get as many chances as you need for everything.

Every person has a twin flame, someone who completes and mirrors them. Once you have found your other half, you and s/he will be complete.

Nothing really dies - it always comes back at some point in time.

Death is a natural part of the life cycle.

Morality is relative to both individual and circumstance.

There is no shame or perversion in sex or sexuality, as long as it is done willingly and with a living being.

There are more than just male and female - there is also genderless, transsexual and hermaphrodite. None of these are more right or wrong to be than the others.

Human is just a temporary form. Most have been more than one specie in their lives.

Aliens exist, as do Starseeds and Indigos.

The Galactic Federation, the GFoL and the Ashtar Command are all bullshit.

The Elite exist. However, if something is Earthling or ET, then I assure you that it is not the real Elite but rather only a pawn, no matter how much power they appear to hold.

Ancient Nordic, Greek, Roman, Hindi, Sumerian and Native American mythology was not mythology but actual history....the rest are all false and never happened. The exception to this rule is the story of what happened before creation in Judaism - but even that tale has been greatly altered from the actual events.

There is sometimes more truth to be found hidden in fiction then in open sight.

There are two Progenitors. One is Female. One is Male. They came from another called Source, who is genderless and without consciousness. The Male Progenitor is Light. The Female Progenitor is Dark.

Light and Dark are both necessary - they define and provide balance to the other. When one is in the center, between the two, they are in perfect balance with the universe.

Balance is necessary and always occurs. For every thing that exists, somewhere in the universes there is something that is the exact opposite yet equal in every way to it. If one half of the equation ceases to exist, something else is instantly created to take it's place. If you do something, then there will always be something else that does the exact opposite somewhere else.

Money, image, social and work status mean nothing.

Dreams are not just random electrical synapses in your brain firing off - it is the journey of the spirit and a heightened subconscious into parallel and/or alternate dimensions.

There is not going to be an "ascension" into a higher dimension. There is, however, going to be a mass awakening to the true essence and existence of the real reality.

Anything is possible and permitted.




That's all for now, I will post more as they come to me to post. hf
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bla bla bla.. i only read the first line love is... and yeh i stopped just about there.. why? because i aint no sucker for love.. i keep it real.. too real to fuck myself up in illusion or delusion thats why..
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For all my life, I have known truths. Though, to this day, needless battles I fight with my dad, as he "believes" he has the only true perspective. I am 35, he 55. He is shallow. I am too deep for him and rejects and corrects me. My abstract ways are never enough. I know truth, while he knows the pain of his past and burried my childhood with it. He continues to spew nonsense to validate his point in double speak. I wish better for him, but, he summons the dumb.
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Maybe the first of these is kind of true, but not in the way you think. Almost everything else are lies from the pit of hell and have probably sent thousands of the gullible to that place.

Basically these 'truths' glorify the self, deny sin and deny Jesus and his ministry on the cross. It is new age claptrap.

But don't worry, the muslims are there to fix your new age fuzzy thinking. Embrace the viper of multi-culturalism and lets see where that takes France and all of it's new agers.
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Maybe the first of these is kind of true, but not in the way you think. Almost everything else are lies from the pit of hell and have probably sent thousands of the gullible to that place.

Basically these 'truths' glorify the self, deny sin and deny Jesus and his ministry on the cross. It is new age claptrap.

But don't worry, the muslims are there to fix your new age fuzzy thinking. Embrace the viper of multi-culturalism and lets see where that takes France and all of it's new agers.
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If you only knew Jesus. You speak judgement. That is not your place. So, you know not the Jesus I know. He is the only one next to the father whom can speak judgement. You judge. So sorry.
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Jesus’ Sayings on Sin

By Jason Jackson
When Joseph learned that his betrothed was pregnant, he was minded to put her away. But an angel of the Lord revealed to Joseph that Mary’s conception was miraculous and that the virgin would bring forth a son (Matthew 1:23). He was instructed to name the child Jesus, “For it is he that shall save his people from their sins” (Matthew 1:21).

Jesus came to seek and save the lost (Luke 19:10). We would expect, therefore, that while the Son of God was on earth, he taught much regarding sin. Indeed he did, and we would profit from a humble reflection on some of the sayings of Jesus about sin.

Some of the Lord’s remarks about sin have been misapplied. For example, when a woman was taken in the act of adultery, she was brought to Jesus for judgment. He dispersed the multitude by stating, “He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her” (John 8:7). The verse is loved by many who hope that its recitation, at just the right moment, will inoculate them against “judging.”

Note the following: First, Christians should judge one another (1 Corinthians 5:12-13; John 7:24). Second, the Lord did not condone this woman’s sin. He commanded her to “go thy way; from henceforth sin no more” (John 8:11). Third, Jesus revealed the hypocrisy of the accusers who were more interested in ensnaring the Lord than preserving holiness in their community (cf. Mark 7:1-13). And where was the man who also was caught in “the act of adultery” (cf. Leviticus 20:10)? Fourth, Jesus respected the Mosaic law that prohibited adultery and the punishment that the law prescribed. He also regarded the laws of accusation and testimony, which may not have been satisfied in this case. Fifth, the Son of God had the right to forgive sins (cf. Mark 2:10). The response to this situation by Jesus, the Son of God, was not designed to insulate wicked and impenitent individuals from rebuke or discipline in the Christian Age.

Some of the sayings on sin by Jesus are perplexing. He said on one occasion, “If I had not come and spoken unto them, they had not had sin: but now they have no excuse for their sin” (John 15:22). Did Jesus mean that the jewish people would not have been in sin had he not come? Would they have been better off had he not come?

The Lord was not saying that the jewish people were, before his coming, absolutely sinless. They did have other sins in their life. But when he came, taught, and performed his works, they had a choice. And they chose to sin by rejecting him. The point of Jesus is this: their rejection was in the face of indisputable evidence. With the great opportunity of witnessing the incarnation of the Son of God came great responsibility. The stubborn jewish people rejected their Messiah and were held accountable for it by God (cf. Matthew 22:5-7).

Other sayings of Jesus teach us regarding the nature of sin itself. Sin is a master to whom we become enslaved (John 8:34). Only the truth will set us free (John 8:32). Sin is blinding (John 9:39-41). The conscience’s reprimands are harder to hear the more we pursue sin (cf. Hebrews 3:12-13). Positive influences and opportunities are removed when we disregard the longsuffering and goodness of God (cf. Luke 8:12; Romans 1:20,21,24,26,28; 2:4-5). Only humble submission and sincere obedience to Jesus Christ will remedy our spiritual blindness.

Some of the sayings on sin revealed the very purpose for his coming. The Lord said to the paralyzed man, “Thy sins are forgiven” (Luke 5:20). Subsequently, Jesus healed him to prove his divine right to forgive sins. Similarly, he instructed Simon the Pharisee when he said, “Wherefore I say unto thee, Her sins, which are many, are forgiven; for she loved much: but to whom little is forgiven, the same loveth little. And he said to her, Thy sins are forgiven [Grk., perfect tense; i.e., were forgiven and remain forgiven]” (Luke 7:47-48).

When the Lord was criticized for eating with sinners, he revealed the purpose of his coming by responding, “They that are in health have no need of a physician; but they that are sick. I am not come to call the righteous but sinners to repentance” (Luke 5:31-32).

He taught the nature of his coming in parables as well. Remember the “lost” chapter of the Bible, Luke 15, wherein the Lord taught the parables of the lost sheep, the lost coin, and the lost boys? Similarly, when the Lord requested the hospitality of Zacchaeus, he said, “For the Son of man came to seek and to save that which was lost” (Luke 19:10).

One of the most memorable sayings of Jesus on sin is found in Matthew 26:28. It reminds us of the purpose for which Christ left heaven and took on flesh. Jesus said, “For this is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many unto the remission of sins.” This ought to enlighten us regarding what Jesus taught about sin. Sin is so horrible that only the spotless blood of Jesus can atone for it. His love for the sinner is so deep, he was willing to pour it out. Thanks be to our Lord for teaching us the truth about sin and providing the ransom.

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So you Mr. 15851599, you are faulty in trying to take the place of God in judging. Let the minds that seek freedom, truth and adventure be without the restraint of judgement like yours. And if you feel that evil and sorcery is at the foundation of such thought, then you should pray it does not cause you or anyone you love harm. That is all leave the judging to our eternal father.
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I hereby approve of this thread...

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Thanks OP i've assumed as much
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Thanks OP i've assumed as much
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Especially the part about the "real" elite...they are not human nor physical ET's from other planets....
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Every action, no matter how big or small it is, affects the entire universe in some way.

As the old adage goes, if you do not learn from your mistakes, you are bound to repeat them. However, even if you do learn from them, there is a high probability that you will make that same mistake again somewhere along the road of time. And even if you do not learn from your mistakes, you will be affected all the same by them.

However, your mistake is only seen as such when taken on a personal level. Whatever wrong you did actually was just the universe working through you to balance itself out.

Free will and choice exist, but only if you are willing to take the steps necessary and prepare for the results of what you choose to do.

Fate/Destiny are an enigma. They exist, but they only guide. They can be changed, but never broken or removed from the equation.

For some, a collective consciousness is the true way. For others, individualism. Unity should not be forced or expected by those who desire it, nor should those who wish everyone to remain separate disparage those who wish to assimilate into a larger whole.

Sometimes, chaos must occur for the universe to realign itself with the perfect balance.

If something or someone demands/forces your worship/allegiance, and/or threatens you for not doing so, then that someone or something is not worthy to be followed.

Sometimes you must go in to break out.
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Thus, the ultimate universal truth is:

Perception is reality.


That is about the only way as human we can accept
the horrors of evil and the delights of the Devine.

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bump hf
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Maybe the first of these is kind of true, but not in the way you think. Almost everything else are lies from the pit of hell and have probably sent thousands of the gullible to that place.

Basically these 'truths' glorify the self, deny sin and deny Jesus and his ministry on the cross. It is new age claptrap.

But don't worry, the muslims are there to fix your new age fuzzy thinking. Embrace the viper of multi-culturalism and lets see where that takes France and all of it's new agers.
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If you only knew Jesus. You speak judgement. That is not your place. So, you know not the Jesus I know. He is the only one next to the father whom can speak judgement. You judge. So sorry.
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That's a judgement...
I seem to have nightmares while I'm daydreaming.
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You remind me of lawless OP.

Wisdom is indeed priceless.
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You missed some, but mainly 2 truths.

Love is not as is taught and perceived to be.
Time is linear and cyclical and of a choice.

Apart from these.......10/10
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4320... This is the quote many should try to remember during this period.

"The Elite exist. However, if something is Earthling or ET, then I assure you that it is not the real Elite but rather only a pawn, no matter how much power they appear to hold."
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You forgot to include that Europe is a socialist fuckfest and blacks are worthless.
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Every day we get a AC posting saying this, sad thing is it's almost the same thing every day. Like the Lisa Lisa girl she sais the same thing and said a doom date was in April.

I'm waiting for the May 20th (tomorrow) to see if there's a great Earthquake like Nostradamus predicts.
“One life is all we have and we live it as we believe in living it. But to sacrifice what you are and to live without belief, that is a fate more terrible than dying.”
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Thanks to whoever pinned this! hf

Wonder if OP will come back with more - so far they all resonate with me. applause
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bla bla bla.. i only read the first line love is... and yeh i stopped just about there.. why? because i aint no sucker for love.. i keep it real.. too real to fuck myself up in illusion or delusion thats why..
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good luck with that.
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I agree and resonate with most of what you said. hf
Love is not the game, life is.
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When we wake up in this "reality" every morning, we are actually falling asleep, because only in our dreams we are truly awake.
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We are not our body, nor our mind. We are not the voice in our body, nor our head. We are the the here and now, experiencing without any input from either of the mentioned above.
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It's not about others forgiving you, but whether you can forgive yourself.
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It doesn't take much energy to make the wrong decision. But to make the right one, you have to put every fiber of your being to it.
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I know i have a lot to work on. But knowing that there's no hairy ass man in the clouds to judge me when I have little bit of fun on the expense of someone elses ignorance, makes life a whole lot easier.
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For all my life, I have known truths. Though, to this day, needless battles I fight with my dad, as he "believes" he has the only true perspective. I am 35, he 55. He is shallow. I am too deep for him and rejects and corrects me. My abstract ways are never enough. I know truth, while he knows the pain of his past and burried my childhood with it. He continues to spew nonsense to validate his point in double speak. I wish better for him, but, he summons the dumb.
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The truth cannot be known. So why fight a needless battle with your dad. Where ego is present love is not there. LOve is not battling. Love is all accepting. Love does not judge. THe ego or the mind does. THe deep you think you are is just a thought in the mind. The mind labels as you are doing. The mind is not in life. IN life there are no labels , only in the mind.
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Wizards first rule: People are stupid.
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Maybe the first of these is kind of true, but not in the way you think. Almost everything else are lies from the pit of hell and have probably sent thousands of the gullible to that place.

Basically these 'truths' glorify the self, deny sin and deny Jesus and his ministry on the cross. It is new age claptrap.

But don't worry, the muslims are there to fix your new age fuzzy thinking. Embrace the viper of multi-culturalism and lets see where that takes France and all of it's new agers.
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If you only knew Jesus. You speak judgement. That is not your place. So, you know not the Jesus I know. He is the only one next to the father whom can speak judgement. You judge. So sorry.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1384371


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You are so blind. You have spoken judgement yet you can't see that.
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when i started to get it, i wanted to take it to show and tell. true story.

not sure why i kept reading it but i couldnt put it down, even on vacation away from the home PC.

when i got more it started unfolding in my mind like a flower.

now i feel an urge to guard it against any foe, especially the OP

but it needs must be shared
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OP is a retard. even more: a religitard.

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