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What does triangles represent in the Occult?

September 11th, 2013
This is the second part of my investigation, where I solve the mysteries of triangles, seen everywhere starting in Egypt with the pyramids, then in Freemasonry, in the symbol of the all-seeing eye, and in many company logos.

Well, they have one thing in common. A triangle, pointing upwards represent the way, one has to go trough to become God, or God-like. However, God forbids this: nobody can and is allowed to become like him.  It is Lucifer, who tried this, but he did not succeed either.

The serpent, Kundalini, the evil resides within us, sleeping at the base of our spine. According to occult knowledge, first, we have to awaken him, then drive him through the way up along our spine, through the seven chakras. The seven chakras are referred in the Bible as the “Seven Seals”. There are several ways to awaken the Kundalini force, and open the chakras from meditation, visualization, chanting, controlled breathing.

This is the symbolism of the triangle: the way through the seven seals, the seven chakras until we reach the top, where we have all the knowledge, just like a God. In Freemasonry, the pyramid is broken, its top part with the all-seeing eye is divided from the botton. That means in symbolic language, that there is a breach in this system that must be fixed.

Should God’s Eye or Eye of Providence Triangle Point Downwards?

May 22nd, 2013

Has this world become too materialistic?   Are there no real emotions anymore?This Age suggests, there is no need for god, YOU ARE GOD YOURSELF. It is your world, your opportunity. Take care of your body, traval, make love, get everything you want. Don’t care about all the stupid things your forefathers had been believing throughout the centuries. They are all overwritten by modern science.

Look at these pictures? What do they have in common?

Here we go: the triangle points upwards. In ancient egyiptian religion this kind of triangle stand for the Earth, material world. There is money, power, sicknesses. It is the playground of Lucifer.

We find the same symbol on the one-dollar note. The same pyramid can be found with the Freemasons, with an all-seeing-eye in it.

This is the symbol of the human being, who WANTS TO BE GOD.

And now the big question: God is usually represented as a triangle pointing upwards and an eye within. Even in churches.

Something is wrong here, isn’t it? Or somebody has conned us with a purpose?

Should God’s Eye or Eye of Providence Triangle Point Downwards?

Is itt possible, that we now don’t worship God anymore, but someone else?

How about a symbol like this?

Is this not how it should be like?

The symbol of God, who looks down on us with love, like a father or a mother on his kid, from whom this kid can get love, protection, reinforcement if he feels, that this power is out of the world and his loved ones around him.Maybe a small thing like this, that seems petty for the first sight, a thing that most people consider unimportant or even stupid, can contribute to today’s world and the way it is now.

The symbol of God, who looks down on us with love, like a father or a mother on his kid, from whom this kid can get love, protection, reinforcement if he feels, that this power is out of the world and his loved ones around him.

Maybe a small thing like this, that seems petty for the first sight, a thing that most people consider unimportant or even stupid, can contribute to today’s world and the way it is now.

I hope someday we will get to know the truth about the world, history, God, human beings. Then we can get rid of lies, that are continuously being forced on us. But to get there, we have to search without a break. And ask God, who is the truth himself to show us what is true and what is false in the world.

 

 

Faith

December 25th, 2011

Faith in what is seen or can be seen is not really faith; faith in what is unseen is true faith. Which brings me back to one of our exchanges a couple of weeks ago: you, rather than me, are the more ‘closed-minded’ of the two of us, because I not only believe in what I can see, I also have faith in what I cannot see; you, however, have a box from which you function, that only counts as true that which you can see with your physical eyes. You, whether you recognize it or not, have closed off your mind to anything beyond the natural world, and so are indeed the more closed-minded of the two of us. ;-)

Concerning Morality

December 25th, 2011

Finally, concerning morality, you mention God and satan. And if I understand you correctly, you are asking why is God the good and satan the evil. Let me ask you this: is it good to kill? Is it good to steal? Is it good to destroy? Is it evil to love? is it evil to feed someone who is hungry? Is it evil to give a cup of water to someone who is thirsty? I think that you and I would both agree on these things that it is NOT good to kill, it is not good to steal, it is not good to destroy. All of these things take life away. We see all around us in nature the reproduction of life in the plants, trees, everywhere. Nature screams that LIFE and living and producing is good and fruitful. Therefore, even outside of “god”, we can conclude that morality that is life-producing is good, no? And I believe that we would agree that those same things, killing, stealing and destroying are evil. Thus anything and anyone who functions in these ways has an evil influence on or in or acting upon them. But you see, as an atheist, you MUST, if you are logical, conclude that there is no standard of morality. You cannot ever, and remain truly logical to atheism, say that morality has somehow “evolved” because if there is morality, then the logical conclusion is that there is an ultimate standard of morality, an ultimate standard of good and therefore that had to start somewhere….it didn’t simply “pop into being” out of nowhere, out of water and nitrogen and oxygen….someone sometime made a decision that “this” is the good thing to do in this situation….it did not come from chemical reactions withing them, but rather morality that is outside of them and acting upon the chemicals within them. I know you will want to argue this point again, but I strongly encourage you to get the book I first mentioned, Genetic Entropy, which will really cause you to reexamine your arguments about our chemical make-up and therefore all of this. Ok, I really need to run….thanks for your patience.

Free will

December 25th, 2011

And this: ased on your reasonings, i am led to believe that you think that if today we didn’t have religion, the world would be a much worse place to live in. why? No, I don’t believe I said this. Sorry if I miscommunicated. I believe you said that the world would be a much better place if we didn’t have religion. Well, let me approach it this way: I believe that at the very beginning of everything was God…that God not only created everything, speaking it into existence, but making everything perfect and good. This same God created man in His image and gave man free will. With that free will, and with the free will of all of creation, man chose not to believe in the goodness of God, along with the help of something I like to call “doubt”, and since that time, there has been a never-ending “attempt” on man’s part to regain that proper relationship with God. Enter many religions…many attempts by man to ‘reconnect’ with God. But because only God can reestablish a relationship with God, He had to reconnect His creation to Himself. He Himself did this by becoming a man Himself in order to reconnect mankind to Himself. But in keeping with the laws He Himself set up regarding free will, while He made the way, while He did the reconnecting, every man, by faith, can choose that free gift, that free pathway, that free relationship, which cost God everything and us nothing, and be reconnected to God soley and only through faith alone in the shed blood of Jesus and His resurrection. This is THE defining difference between “Christianity” and all the other religions because all other religions are based on man’s good works rather than on the finished work of God Himself in Jesus. Everything hinges on that one truth. So, if the life, death and resurrection of Jesus can be proved to be false, then Christianity cannot be true. As I have said in previous posts, the fact that there are many religions in the world points to the reality that we have that god-shaped vacuum inside each of us and we try to fill it…either with religion, materialism, science, drugs, sex, or whatever, and it is ONLY when the living God enters in to a person’s life, mind, heart, spirit that things begin to make sense. So, I am not sure what I said earlier that seemed to imply that religion has made the world a better place. Quite honestly, the most hopeless, desperate people on the planet are those that are atheists because they truly have nothing to live for….yet they do live because deep inside of them, something cries out that there must be a meaning, and whether they recognize it or admit it, they live out of that place of meaning, which has its ultimate source in God, which they have yet to know and experience and acknowledge.