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And certain women, which had been healed of evil spirits and infirmities, Mary called Magdalene, out of whom went seven devils,
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Goes back to the act of hajj

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The ritual re-enacts Abraham pilgrimage to Mecca as explained by the Muslim historian al-Azraqi:

"When he [Abraham] left Mina and was brought down to (the defile called) al-Aqaba, the Devil appeared to him at Stone-Heap of the Defile. Gabriel (Jibrayil) said to him: "Pelt him!" so Abraham threw seven stones at him so that he disappeared from him. Then he appeared to him at the Middle Stone-Heap. Gabriel said to him: "Pelt him!" so he pelted him with seven stones so that he disappeared from him. Then he appeared to him at the Little Stone-Heap. Gabriel said to him: "Pelt him!" so he pelted him with seven stones like the little stones for throwing with a sling. So the Devil withdrew from him."[5]

All three jamart represent the devil: the first and largest represents his temptation of Abraham against sacrificing Ishmael; the second represents the temptation of Abraham's wife Hagar to induce her to stop him; the third represents his temptation of Ishmael to avoid being sacrificed. He was rebuked each time, and the throwing of the stones symbolizes those rebukes.

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Here's where I keep getting confused,
It is a re-enactment but the pilgrimage actually dates back to the time of Abraham who was commanded to begin the tradition.


"Later, Abraham was commanded to build the Kaaba (which he did with the help of Ishmael) and to invite people to perform pilgrimage there. The Quran refers to these incidents in verses 2:124-127 and 22:27-30. It is said that the archangel Gabriel brought the Black Stone from Heaven to be attached to the Kaaba."
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So originally, Abraham was commanded to build the Kaaba and invite people to visit it to show homage to the stone or God of Gabriel but it turned into homage to Abraham and Muhammad and stoning the devil??

The Hajj only lasts 5 days and 3 out of the 5, are dedicated to 'stoning of the devil'. I didn't expect that.

On the first of three, there is also an animal sacrifice and hair cutting...

Which reminds me again of Manat,


"associated with the great pilgrimage and her temple was a starting point for many tribes."

"to go on pilgrimage and observe the vigil at all the appointed places, but not shave their heads. At the end of the pilgrimage, however, when they were about to return home, they would set out to the place where Manat stood, shave their heads, and stay there a while. They did not consider their pilgrimage completed until they visited Manat"-Book of Idols, pp 12–14"


No animal sacrifices, that's nice. :-)
I guess she was part of the pilgramage until Muhammad destroyed her temple?


"The temple of Manat was raided and the idol was destroyed on the orders of Muhammad, in the Raid of Sa'd ibn Zaid al-Ashhali, in January 630 AD (8AH, 9th month, of the Islamic Calendar), in the vicinity of al-Mushallal."
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"In 632 CE, Muhammad performed his only and last pilgrimage with a large number of followers, and instructed them on the rites of Hajj. It was from this point that Hajj became one of the five pillars of Islam."


The present pattern was established by Muhammad but I haven't found anything on what the 'old' pattern was.

I wonder if Muhammed added the 'stoning of the devil' or if it was part of the pilgramage when Manat was?
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The Egyptians say that the divine right of kings was taught how to restore order and balance and avert chaos. And by uniting upper and lower Egypt and restoring Ma'at, threat of crisis averted. It was tied by lotus plants on the windpipe.


:tyingegypt2:
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This was about Ramses
Ramses trained on the concept called Ma'at which was how to maintain divine order and balance. When Ma'at was upheld, Egypt would prosper and enemies would be subjugated. Let Ma'at be disturbed and chaos would result. The transfer of power was the crowns of upper and lower egypt with the accepted crook and flail of rulership. The uraeus on his brow to protect and destroy. With that Ma'at was restored with chaos averted. Being new god incarnate.


Thread: Archaeologists in Egypt uncover huge statue supposedly of a Ramses 2 ...With Elongated skull

Scroll down in link for pic of head.


[link to www.npr.org]


Archaeologists working under difficult conditions in Cairo have discovered an ancient statue submerged in mud.

A joint German-Egyptian research team found the 8-meter (26-foot) quartzite statue beneath the water level in a Cairo slum and suggests that it depicts Ramses II, according to Rueters.


The team was working at what was once Heliopolis, one of the oldest cities in ancient Egypt and the cult center for the sun god.




More in link
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It is known from Brien Foerster that the elongated skull people had a different structure to their brains. More front to back hemispheres than side to side hemispheres like modern man. It could be seen where this is going with modern man skulls and chaos/rulership=P


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Thinking about that and water as a boundary reminds me that I read that Petra was mentioned in the Amarna papers(as Pel, Sela or Seir). Google takes the modern day route of Amarna to Petra through Cairo but it looks like it would be a much shorter trip by boat.

The Moon's influence on Vedic Astrology and the melding of Ancient Arabia and India, came up over the weekend for me and looking at the maps today with RAmses in mind, it seems funny, the Sun and the Moon.
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The ritual re-enacts Abraham pilgrimage to Mecca as explained by the Muslim historian al-Azraqi:

"When he [Abraham] left Mina and was brought down to (the defile called) al-Aqaba, the Devil appeared to him at Stone-Heap of the Defile. Gabriel (Jibrayil) said to him: "Pelt him!" so Abraham threw seven stones at him so that he disappeared from him. Then he appeared to him at the Middle Stone-Heap. Gabriel said to him: "Pelt him!" so he pelted him with seven stones so that he disappeared from him. Then he appeared to him at the Little Stone-Heap. Gabriel said to him: "Pelt him!" so he pelted him with seven stones like the little stones for throwing with a sling. So the Devil withdrew from him."[5]

All three jamart represent the devil: the first and largest represents his temptation of Abraham against sacrificing Ishmael; the second represents the temptation of Abraham's wife Hagar to induce her to stop him; the third represents his temptation of Ishmael to avoid being sacrificed. He was rebuked each time, and the throwing of the stones symbolizes those rebukes.

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Here's where I keep getting confused,
It is a re-enactment but the pilgrimage actually dates back to the time of Abraham who was commanded to begin the tradition.


"Later, Abraham was commanded to build the Kaaba (which he did with the help of Ishmael) and to invite people to perform pilgrimage there. The Quran refers to these incidents in verses 2:124-127 and 22:27-30. It is said that the archangel Gabriel brought the Black Stone from Heaven to be attached to the Kaaba."
[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]



So originally, Abraham was commanded to build the Kaaba and invite people to visit it to show homage to the stone or God of Gabriel but it turned into homage to Abraham and Muhammad and stoning the devil??

The Hajj only lasts 5 days and 3 out of the 5, are dedicated to 'stoning of the devil'. I didn't expect that.

On the first of three, there is also an animal sacrifice and hair cutting...

Which reminds me again of Manat,


"associated with the great pilgrimage and her temple was a starting point for many tribes."

"to go on pilgrimage and observe the vigil at all the appointed places, but not shave their heads. At the end of the pilgrimage, however, when they were about to return home, they would set out to the place where Manat stood, shave their heads, and stay there a while. They did not consider their pilgrimage completed until they visited Manat"-Book of Idols, pp 12–14"


No animal sacrifices, that's nice. :-)
I guess she was part of the pilgramage until Muhammad destroyed her temple?


"The temple of Manat was raided and the idol was destroyed on the orders of Muhammad, in the Raid of Sa'd ibn Zaid al-Ashhali, in January 630 AD (8AH, 9th month, of the Islamic Calendar), in the vicinity of al-Mushallal."
[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]

"In 632 CE, Muhammad performed his only and last pilgrimage with a large number of followers, and instructed them on the rites of Hajj. It was from this point that Hajj became one of the five pillars of Islam."


The present pattern was established by Muhammad but I haven't found anything on what the 'old' pattern was.

I wonder if Muhammed added the 'stoning of the devil' or if it was part of the pilgramage when Manat was?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71076331


That is because Abrahamic religions
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
belief is that the earth and people are only what, 7,000-10,000 years old?

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

I'm thinking this goes with the modern man storyline as before that was neanderthals and other shapely types of men which many are connected to the building different structures all over the world. When modern man came to these older structures I'm sure they had some interesting affects to their minds and emotions and put their storyline within it the only way they could interpret from their beliefs.
So, it seems one has to back further. The 'stoning the devil' is actually pretty telling of purposeful information, standing stones and telluric current.
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The Egyptians say that the divine right of kings was taught how to restore order and balance and avert chaos. And by uniting upper and lower Egypt and restoring Ma'at, threat of crisis averted. It was tied by lotus plants on the windpipe.


tyingegypt2
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This was about Ramses
Ramses trained on the concept called Ma'at which was how to maintain divine order and balance. When Ma'at was upheld, Egypt would prosper and enemies would be subjugated. Let Ma'at be disturbed and chaos would result. The transfer of power was the crowns of upper and lower egypt with the accepted crook and flail of rulership. The uraeus on his brow to protect and destroy. With that Ma'at was restored with chaos averted. Being new god incarnate.


Thread: Archaeologists in Egypt uncover huge statue supposedly of a Ramses 2 ...With Elongated skull

Scroll down in link for pic of head.


[link to www.npr.org]


Archaeologists working under difficult conditions in Cairo have discovered an ancient statue submerged in mud.

A joint German-Egyptian research team found the 8-meter (26-foot) quartzite statue beneath the water level in a Cairo slum and suggests that it depicts Ramses II, according to Rueters.


The team was working at what was once Heliopolis, one of the oldest cities in ancient Egypt and the cult center for the sun god.




More in link
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It is known from Brien Foerster that the elongated skull people had a different structure to their brains. More front to back hemispheres than side to side hemispheres like modern man. It could be seen where this is going with modern man skulls and chaos/rulership=P


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Thinking about that and water as a boundary reminds me that I read that Petra was mentioned in the Amarna papers(as Pel, Sela or Seir). Google takes the modern day route of Amarna to Petra through Cairo but it looks like it would be a much shorter trip by boat.

The Moon's influence on Vedic Astrology and the melding of Ancient Arabia and India, came up over the weekend for me and looking at the maps today with RAmses in mind, it seems funny, the Sun and the Moon.
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By boat would be a different experience than by foot(not connected to land).
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Marshes are the nursery of the sea

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The three main types of marsh are salt marshes, freshwater tidal marshes, and freshwater marshes.[3] These three can be found worldwide and each contains a different set of organisms.

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Located in the galactic halo, it was noted to lie on the same plane as the Large Magellanic Cloud and the possibility has been raised that it might be an escaped object from that galaxy.




Ilian: "I never meant to hurt anyone."
Octavia: "The sword doesn't care what you meant. It just cuts."
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Have you ever heard of the hand constellation?

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There is spin forward and spin backwardafro
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Ah, now I understand about the sword and Thoth and tree. Very interesting, lol
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"There are only two forces in the world, the sword and the spirit. In the long run the sword will always be conquered by the spirit."

Napoleon Bonaparte




Kitsune out foxing the foxcool2
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You know that saying 'nothing new under the sun'? What about 'something new under the marsh', lol
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The ritual re-enacts Abraham pilgrimage to Mecca as explained by the Muslim historian al-Azraqi:

"When he [Abraham] left Mina and was brought down to (the defile called) al-Aqaba, the Devil appeared to him at Stone-Heap of the Defile. Gabriel (Jibrayil) said to him: "Pelt him!" so Abraham threw seven stones at him so that he disappeared from him. Then he appeared to him at the Middle Stone-Heap. Gabriel said to him: "Pelt him!" so he pelted him with seven stones so that he disappeared from him. Then he appeared to him at the Little Stone-Heap. Gabriel said to him: "Pelt him!" so he pelted him with seven stones like the little stones for throwing with a sling. So the Devil withdrew from him."[5]

All three jamart represent the devil: the first and largest represents his temptation of Abraham against sacrificing Ishmael; the second represents the temptation of Abraham's wife Hagar to induce her to stop him; the third represents his temptation of Ishmael to avoid being sacrificed. He was rebuked each time, and the throwing of the stones symbolizes those rebukes.

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Here's where I keep getting confused,
It is a re-enactment but the pilgrimage actually dates back to the time of Abraham who was commanded to begin the tradition.


"Later, Abraham was commanded to build the Kaaba (which he did with the help of Ishmael) and to invite people to perform pilgrimage there. The Quran refers to these incidents in verses 2:124-127 and 22:27-30. It is said that the archangel Gabriel brought the Black Stone from Heaven to be attached to the Kaaba."
[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]



So originally, Abraham was commanded to build the Kaaba and invite people to visit it to show homage to the stone or God of Gabriel but it turned into homage to Abraham and Muhammad and stoning the devil??

The Hajj only lasts 5 days and 3 out of the 5, are dedicated to 'stoning of the devil'. I didn't expect that.

On the first of three, there is also an animal sacrifice and hair cutting...

Which reminds me again of Manat,


"associated with the great pilgrimage and her temple was a starting point for many tribes."

"to go on pilgrimage and observe the vigil at all the appointed places, but not shave their heads. At the end of the pilgrimage, however, when they were about to return home, they would set out to the place where Manat stood, shave their heads, and stay there a while. They did not consider their pilgrimage completed until they visited Manat"-Book of Idols, pp 12–14"


No animal sacrifices, that's nice. :-)
I guess she was part of the pilgramage until Muhammad destroyed her temple?


"The temple of Manat was raided and the idol was destroyed on the orders of Muhammad, in the Raid of Sa'd ibn Zaid al-Ashhali, in January 630 AD (8AH, 9th month, of the Islamic Calendar), in the vicinity of al-Mushallal."
[link to en.m.wikipedia.org (secure)]

"In 632 CE, Muhammad performed his only and last pilgrimage with a large number of followers, and instructed them on the rites of Hajj. It was from this point that Hajj became one of the five pillars of Islam."


The present pattern was established by Muhammad but I haven't found anything on what the 'old' pattern was.

I wonder if Muhammed added the 'stoning of the devil' or if it was part of the pilgramage when Manat was?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71076331


That is because Abrahamic religions
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]
belief is that the earth and people are only what, 7,000-10,000 years old?

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

I'm thinking this goes with the modern man storyline as before that was neanderthals and other shapely types of men which many are connected to the building different structures all over the world. When modern man came to these older structures I'm sure they had some interesting affects to their minds and emotions and put their storyline within it the only way they could interpret from their beliefs.
So, it seems one has to back further. The 'stoning the devil' is actually pretty telling of purposeful information, standing stones and telluric current.
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Expanding a bit on this and standing stones. In the indigenous, there is a saying that spirits sleep in all the named and nameless things. It is called waking the spirits up or causing them to stand up. Topic of material(matter) and nonmaterial(nonmatter)

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And that goes back to 3d and outer space

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Ah, now I understand about the sword and Thoth and tree. Very interesting, lol
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"There are only two forces in the world, the sword and the spirit. In the long run the sword will always be conquered by the spirit."

Napoleon Bonaparte




Kitsune out foxing the foxcool2
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continues, lol
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Ilian: "I never meant to hurt anyone."
Octavia: "The sword doesn't care what you meant. It just cuts."

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The different burial practices show the beliefs on what is matter, living or non living ie; Egyptian mummifications, Abrahamic burials, Pagan cremations, etc.
Because of the thought and memory attributed and what is carried out in life and afterlife. It is questionable to wonder if the bone knife(matter in any form) is just as consequential as the one who wields it.
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This is the first fluorescent frog ever and he’s adorable

Phosphorescent materials get energized by a light source, often by natural sunlight, and then emit the energy back out over a long period of time. Thus, they glow in the dark even after you take away the light source. After a while, though, they’ll lose their charge and go dark.

This lil frog never loses his charge. His skin takes in ultraviolet light and emits it as a bright green color.


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All minerals have the ability to reflect light. That is what makes them visible to the human eye. Some minerals have an interesting physical property known as "fluorescence." These minerals have the ability to temporarily absorb a small amount of light and an instant later release a small amount of light of a different wavelength. This change in wavelength causes a temporary color change of the mineral in the eye of a human observer.

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ankh and winged sun topic, lol
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The Abrahamic belief system is the largest scale on earth, so using that, lol

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The temptation of Christ is detailed in the Gospels of Matthew,[1] Mark,[2] and Luke.[3] According to these texts, after being baptized by John the Baptist, Jesus fasted for forty days and nights in the Judaean Desert. During this time, Satan appeared to Jesus and tried to tempt him. Jesus having refused each temptation, the devil then departed and Jesus returned to Galilee.

The Gospels speak of a time of solitude for Jesus in the desert immediately after his baptism by John. Driven by the Spirit into the desert, Jesus remains there for forty days without eating; he lives among wild beasts, and angels minister to him. At the end of this time Satan tempts him three times, seeking to compromise his filial attitude toward God. Jesus rebuffs these attacks, which recapitulate the temptations of Adam in Paradise and of Israel in the desert, and the devil leaves him "until an opportune time".[16] The temptation in the desert shows Jesus, the humble Messiah, who triumphs over Satan by his total adherence to the plan of salvation willed by the Father


So, the changing of the environment gives Jesus a more primal state as he is not under social boundaries. Just like domesticated pack of dogs going away from humans turn more to their primal nature and more feral. The utilization of the telluric current in the way of refusing telluric caused Jesus to become the lamb or pure/virgin sense. So you could say that sacrifice goes with prayer because at the end of the prayer topic many say 'in jesus' name' for the placeholder of give and take exchange. What does that make anyone and everyone who utilizes that in reference to the sacrifice? The definition of time would be appropriate there, lol
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Easter kundalini topic, lol
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Agriculture is key here. Tithe is tenth which has been custom for a very long time. (wiki isn't working for that) The percent taken by state or given to god/church does cause it to become a shared experience between what is taken and given of whatever the exchange is. What holds these things together? A tenth, lol
Could think about energy exchange and telluric etc, =P
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What is the 6 steps of the 666 mark?

Glad you asked, lol

1-identify to begin management
2-contact to tell what is to happen
3-marking to show what will be affected
4-treatment to prune/remove or permit/unite
5-cleanup to minimize impact
6-maintenance and education to keep managed
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Edgar Cayce was on this with the sons of the law of one and the sons of belial. Two way tool I'm thinking
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Edgar Cayce was on this with the sons of the law of one and the sons of belial. Two way tool I'm thinking
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"Green thunder strikes like lightning"
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Edgar Cayce was on this with the sons of the law of one and the sons of belial. Two way tool I'm thinking
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lol what could be the opposite of crucifixion?
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The Madonna knows lol

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Edgar Cayce was on this with the sons of the law of one and the sons of belial. Two way tool I'm thinking
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lol what could be the opposite of crucifixion?
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The Madonna knows lol
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Dismemberment.

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Happy Osiris memories i guess.
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The Abrahamic belief system is the largest scale on earth, so using that, lol

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The temptation of Christ is detailed in the Gospels of Matthew,[1] Mark,[2] and Luke.[3] According to these texts, after being baptized by John the Baptist, Jesus fasted for forty days and nights in the Judaean Desert. During this time, Satan appeared to Jesus and tried to tempt him. Jesus having refused each temptation, the devil then departed and Jesus returned to Galilee.

The Gospels speak of a time of solitude for Jesus in the desert immediately after his baptism by John. Driven by the Spirit into the desert, Jesus remains there for forty days without eating; he lives among wild beasts, and angels minister to him. At the end of this time Satan tempts him three times, seeking to compromise his filial attitude toward God. Jesus rebuffs these attacks, which recapitulate the temptations of Adam in Paradise and of Israel in the desert, and the devil leaves him "until an opportune time".[16] The temptation in the desert shows Jesus, the humble Messiah, who triumphs over Satan by his total adherence to the plan of salvation willed by the Father


So, the changing of the environment gives Jesus a more primal state as he is not under social boundaries. Just like domesticated pack of dogs going away from humans turn more to their primal nature and more feral. The utilization of the telluric current in the way of refusing telluric caused Jesus to become the lamb or pure/virgin sense. So you could say that sacrifice goes with prayer because at the end of the prayer topic many say 'in jesus' name' for the placeholder of give and take exchange. What does that make anyone and everyone who utilizes that in reference to the sacrifice? The definition of time would be appropriate there, lol
 Quoting: Fancypantz

Jesus outer journey is symbolic of the path of mans inner journey. When Jesus changed environment from being in the river to the desert, its him coming out of his heart and divine flow and being in the desert or wilderness, a place outside the heart, thirsty, him not listening to spirit but his mind/satan and all the thoughts that come. He stayed there and fasted is as much to do with not accepting and not feeding the thoughts that come forward that keep us in limitation. When the thoughts ceased he returned to the garden, to his heart, home to Galilee.
When Adam was naked in the garden with no outer garments, he was fully in his Heart, he was fully who he was.

theres nothing wrong with being earthy, lol, I am in heaven as i am on earth.

the winged disk - is a fully opened heart, not just to the level of Love but to the Level of Light,

Last Edited by Ben Yosef on 03/30/2017 05:29 AM


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