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Old 11-10-2007, 10:58 PM   #61
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and i'm a naughty boy,lol

shayler is jesus anyway,

he beat us to it, lol
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Old 11-10-2007, 10:59 PM   #62
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everything is energy

no one ever really dies

your body does

but you are not your body

you are your spirit

your conscious is your spirit talking

your spirit is eternal

a part of the universe, the world

just open up and connect

have no fear

have the courage to trust

believe and love

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Old 11-10-2007, 11:03 PM   #63
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What about:
Ben Pandira,

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Old 11-10-2007, 11:05 PM   #64
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I AM happy with krishna, buddha, and yashuah, whilst i wait for kalki.

although tell us more bro.
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Old 11-10-2007, 11:12 PM   #65
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Love reading that shit after a dooby.

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when we unlock our brains and learn to use them properly, they in conjunction with our spirit/energy can do amazing things.
That imo is why shmoking the erb is an ancient ritual probably used by people such as the historic Jesus, the ancient egyptians, Judaic Priests, Rastafari etc etc

Other planes of thought, experiance, consciousness, they don't call it gettin' high for nothing.
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Old 11-10-2007, 11:15 PM   #66
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its true bro, the herb of wisdom. although i have cut down, i needed to.

although when things get sorted, i shall resume.

gandalf smokes, lol
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Love reading that shit after a dooby.



That imo is why shmoking the erb is an ancient ritual probably used by people such as the historic Jesus, the ancient egyptians, Judaic Priests, Rastafari etc etc

Other planes of thought, experiance, consciousness, they don't call it gettin' high for nothing.
But Jesus would have been a nazarite,
A sect of the essenes,
He would not have taken drugs or alcohol,
and would not allow his hair to be cut,

Samson was a nazarite!!!

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Old 11-10-2007, 11:30 PM   #68
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only after taking the nazarite vow, whilst doing his learning. before venturing out into the wolrd, he could have finished the nazarite vow, as he was in different areas/life.

the nazarite vow is what rastas and baptised sikhs take. they do not cut hair, eat dead flesh, no alcohol or any intoxicant, strictly a vegetarian diet. asetics, yogis also take this vow.

although weed could be seen as sacred so weed could be allowed, as its a herb, genesis 1.12. there are sikhs called nihang who take weed as a religous food. they are the warrior sect, trained in sikh martial arts, yogic breathing, like shaolin buddhist monks. its all dependent on your view, thus classification of weed.

after all whats worse, eating a dead animal, or smoking a herb?
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only after taking the nazarite vow, whilst doing his learning. before venturing out into the wolrd, he could have finished the nazarite vow, as he was in different areas/life.

the nazarite vow is what rastas and baptised sikhs take. they do not cut hair, eat dead flesh, no alcohol or any intoxicant, strictly a vegetarian diet. asetics, yogis also take this vow.

although weed could be seen as sacred so weed could be allowed, as its a herb, genesis 1.12. there are sikhs called nihang who take weed as a religous food. they are the warrior sect, trained in sikh martial arts, yogic breathing, like shaolin buddhist monks. its all dependent on your view, thus classification of weed.

after all whats worse, eating a dead animal, or smoking a herb?
But it wouldn't have been done for pleasure,
More as a sacred commitment,
D,you know that when the book of Ezeikiel,
The UFO book of the bible,
#Was read/studied,
By the essenes,
A fire would come down on their roofs,

But yeah I agree,
Yeshua gave up his nazarite vows,
To become a man of the people,

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Old 11-10-2007, 11:54 PM   #70
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to have all the inequities/sins of man in him, a suffering servant.

if you are not afflicted all sins, then you cannot understand them, have empathy with others in the same predicament.

sympathy and empathy are very different things.

to live is to know.

yashuah was despised, ridiculed, thought to be crazy/possesed, an object of public ridicule/persecution.

suffering is hard, you get resentful, you blame, hate others.

but when you see why, what it adds,

you are thankful for it, and forgive others.

its all necessary, growing pains.

what don't kill you, only makes you stronger !

only after walking/crawling through dantes inferno, can you fly.

i have some great posts on suffering, the dark night of the soul, castle of man etc. i can post them if you want.
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p.s I have that book by Dante been meaning to read it, i like what Tsarion has to say on the dark night of soul, 2012, the "Apocalypse, the coming of Shiva the holy spirit and the cycle of rebrth, i like the work of Jung on the Shadow realm of consciousness, Tsarion relates this to the editors cutting room for the grand film that is your life, where we cut out the negative, people like Stephen King make movies on the shadow, through darkness we all pass, in differant cycles in our life, the Egyptians charted the passage through the underworld, we see it in greece, we have the resurrection ritual which may be relevant, it features in Masonic initiation and is the backbone of the christian faith, story of icarus who toiled to build his wings.

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Old 12-10-2007, 12:01 AM   #72
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if you are not lost, how can you be found?

its not all doom and gloom, how you react is what determines the effectiveness of the nwo's strategy/lifes lessons.

whatever they do, whatever life brings, aslong as you react correctly, compassionately, courageously you will overcome.

the capacity of the human spirit/intellect/heart is beyond measure.

what we have is dantes inferno, dark night of the soul

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http://www.ccel.org/ccel/john_cross/dark_night.html
(juan de la cruz = john of the cross)

The term and metaphysicality of the phrase "dark night of the soul" are taken from the writings of the Spanish poet and Roman Catholic mystic Saint John of the Cross, a Carmelite priest in the 16th century. Dark Night of the Soul is the name of both a poem, and a commentary on that poem, and are among the Carmelite priest's most famous writings. They tell of his mystic development and the stages he went through on his quest for holiness.

The "dark night" could generally be described as a letting go of our ego's hold on the psyche, making room for change that can bring about a complete transformation of a person's way of defining his/her self and their relationship to God.

The interim period can be frightening, hence the perceived "darkness". In the Christian tradition, during the "dark night" one who has developed a strong prayer life and consistent devotion to God suddenly finds traditional prayer extremely difficult and unrewarding for an extended period of time.

The individual may feel as though God has suddenly abandoned them, or that their prayer life has collapsed.

Rather than being a negative event, the dark night is believed by mystics and others to be a blessing in disguise where the individual extends from a state of contemplative prayer to an inability to pray.

Particularly in Christianity, it is seen as a severe test of one's faith. The Dark Night comes in two phases:

a first "Night of the Senses,"

and a second "Night of the Spirit."

Bernadette Roberts, author of The Path to No-Self, What is Self and The Experience of No-Self states:

"My view of what some authors call the "unitive stage" is that it begins with the Dark Night of the Spirit, or the onset of the transformational process - when the larva enters the cocoon, so to speak. Up to this point, we are actively reforming ourselves, doing what we can to bring about an abiding union with the divine.

But at a certain point, when we have done all we can, the divine steps in and takes over.

The transforming process is a divine undoing and redoing that culminates in what is called the state of "transforming union" or "mystical marriage", considered to be the definitive state for the Christian contemplative.

In experience, the onset of this process is the descent of the cloud of unknowing, which, because his former light had gone out and left him in darkness, the contemplative initially interprets as the divine gone into hiding.

In modern terms, the descent of the cloud is actually the falling away of the ego-center, which leaves us looking into a dark hole, a void or empty space in ourselves.

Without the veil of the ego-center, we do not recognize the divine; it is not as we thought it should be. Seeing the divine, eye to eye is a reality that shatters our expectations of light and bliss. From here on we must feel our way in the dark, and the special eye that allows us to see in the dark opens up at this time."

(special eye = third eye)

http://www.themystica.com/mystica/ar...erior_man.html

Castle of the Interior Man

The mystical term for the seven steps of spiritual growth in which the soul ascends toward Divinity:

1. Through prayer and concentration on God;

2.prayer directed toward obtaining knowledge of the mystical significance of the manifested reality;

3. self-renunciation, or the so-called "dark night of the soul";

4. surrendering of personal will to God;

5. a state of union with Divinity in which the person's will and God's will becomes one;

6. a state of ecstasy in which the soul is filled with love and joy;

7. the mystical marriage with God, where the inner being enters heaven. A.G.H.
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Post away,
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if you are not lost, how can you be found?

its not all doom and gloom, how you react is what determines the effectiveness of the nwo's strategy/lifes lessons.

whatever they do, whatever life brings, aslong as you react correctly, compassionately, courageously you will overcome.

the capacity of the human spirit/intellect/heart is beyond measure.

what we have is dantes inferno, dark night of the soul

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Night_of_the_Soul
http://www.ccel.org/ccel/john_cross/dark_night.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_of_the_Cross
(juan de la cruz = john of the cross)

The term and metaphysicality of the phrase "dark night of the soul" are taken from the writings of the Spanish poet and Roman Catholic mystic Saint John of the Cross, a Carmelite priest in the 16th century. Dark Night of the Soul is the name of both a poem, and a commentary on that poem, and are among the Carmelite priest's most famous writings. They tell of his mystic development and the stages he went through on his quest for holiness.

The "dark night" could generally be described as a letting go of our ego's hold on the psyche, making room for change that can bring about a complete transformation of a person's way of defining his/her self and their relationship to God.

The interim period can be frightening, hence the perceived "darkness". In the Christian tradition, during the "dark night" one who has developed a strong prayer life and consistent devotion to God suddenly finds traditional prayer extremely difficult and unrewarding for an extended period of time.

The individual may feel as though God has suddenly abandoned them, or that their prayer life has collapsed.

Rather than being a negative event, the dark night is believed by mystics and others to be a blessing in disguise where the individual extends from a state of contemplative prayer to an inability to pray.

Particularly in Christianity, it is seen as a severe test of one's faith. The Dark Night comes in two phases:

a first "Night of the Senses,"

and a second "Night of the Spirit."

Bernadette Roberts, author of The Path to No-Self, What is Self and The Experience of No-Self states:

"My view of what some authors call the "unitive stage" is that it begins with the Dark Night of the Spirit, or the onset of the transformational process - when the larva enters the cocoon, so to speak. Up to this point, we are actively reforming ourselves, doing what we can to bring about an abiding union with the divine.

But at a certain point, when we have done all we can, the divine steps in and takes over.

The transforming process is a divine undoing and redoing that culminates in what is called the state of "transforming union" or "mystical marriage", considered to be the definitive state for the Christian contemplative.

In experience, the onset of this process is the descent of the cloud of unknowing, which, because his former light had gone out and left him in darkness, the contemplative initially interprets as the divine gone into hiding.

In modern terms, the descent of the cloud is actually the falling away of the ego-center, which leaves us looking into a dark hole, a void or empty space in ourselves.

Without the veil of the ego-center, we do not recognize the divine; it is not as we thought it should be. Seeing the divine, eye to eye is a reality that shatters our expectations of light and bliss. From here on we must feel our way in the dark, and the special eye that allows us to see in the dark opens up at this time."

(special eye = third eye)

http://www.themystica.com/mystica/ar...erior_man.html

Castle of the Interior Man

The mystical term for the seven steps of spiritual growth in which the soul ascends toward Divinity:

1. Through prayer and concentration on God;

2.prayer directed toward obtaining knowledge of the mystical significance of the manifested reality;

3. self-renunciation, or the so-called "dark night of the soul";

4. surrendering of personal will to God;

5. a state of union with Divinity in which the person's will and God's will becomes one;

6. a state of ecstasy in which the soul is filled with love and joy;

7. the mystical marriage with God, where the inner being enters heaven. A.G.H.
awesome post syn..dark night of the soul,
always darkest before light!
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fitting together like a jackson pollack bro, lol

as in i just threw everything in together from the hardwork of others. copy and paste maestro, lol

its what you make of it what matters.
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Nas-Hate Me Now (featuring Puff Daddy)



victory- puff daddy

check the new world order reference !
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Default The Dark Night Of The Soul!

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The dark night of the soul.
Sounds like what happened at the Crucifixation.

The Abandonment:
Eloi, Eloi, Lama Sabach-thani,
My God, My God, why have you foresaken me?

The Compassion:
Forgive them for they know not what they do.

The Acceptance:
Father into your hands, I commend my spirit.

This is where religion makes a bit of sense.
Most people do not have to face a dark night of the soul.
So they use an intermediaory to do it for them.
In this case Jesus.(Or the Passion)

In Catholicism,
At lent the stations of the cross,
Is meditated upon,

I suppose in Psychological terms it would be called Transferance.
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cheeb, it a great post and salvador dali piece i think.

i think the dark night is also the breakthrough, the lifting of the veil, the red pill.
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Cordial Felicitations:

Mattithya 27:46 And about the ninth hour Yahshua cried out with a loud voice, saying: Yli! Yli! lamah ozabatniy?! which means: My Strength! My Strength! Why have you foresaken me?!


27:47 Some of those who stood there, when they heard that, said: This man calls for Yliyah(elijah)(Strength of Yahweh)


PSALM 22

1: My Strength! My Strength! Yahweh! Yahweh! Why have You forsaken me? O why are You so far from helping Me, and from the words of My groaning?

Though the Psalm begins as a Lamentation it resolves as an Exaltation of Yahweh and His plan.

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