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Saturday, August 13, 2016

Theism, Pantheism, Polytheism & Monotheism
Unity Consciousness #784

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(Part 1 of 3)

Africans have never been Polytheistic or Monotheistic.
These concepts come from some place else outside of Africa.

For tens thousands of years, Africans have been theistic – there is One Supreme Being with Many Aspects.
Clearly this understanding is easy to reach by just looking at myself, others, other creations and anything that exists.

In keeping with this understanding and expanding on its obvious interconnected interrelated principles, Africans understand, “I am we and We am I.”
Likewise, the same understanding is expressed in “As above, so below, as without, so within.”
As it is in heaven, so it is in Earth and as it is outside of me, so it is inside of me.
The without and the below are the same things, which then means, the above and the within are the same things.
Know yourself and know all else.

When a human says they are one being with different aspects such as physical, mental, emotional and spiritual, then that human is saying the same thing their African Ancestors said long before color variation occurred. There is One Being with Many Manifestations.
This is the makings of theism. It just needs to be connected again and again to other expressions of One as Many.

This is why it is clear to Africans that they are the Ancestors in a different form and different combination. What else can any person be? Each person is a generation - generated by Ancestors, therefore each person is their Ancestors.
Every person that has ever lived on this planet is a generation of their African Ancestors.
We are also a different form and different combination of the Creator who is the First Generation of Creation, thus the First Ancestor.

Double-Checking Through Metaphor

You know you have One body with Many body parts. Because you recognize, refer to and use different body parts at different times and appreciate them likewise, does not mean you think each body part is a different body. You give thanks and praise for different body parts for what they are specifically capable of doing. You probably praise the brain in your head as being something more supreme than the rest of the body or the brain in each cell in your body. Likewise, so is the heart given preferential status through praise. The heart is given qualities and abilities that other parts of the body are not given. The brain and heart are deified. This is the same as having many ntrw/deities/gods to express the fullness of the Creator. Creation is the body of the Creator.
This same metaphor applies to the many components within your body.
This same metaphor applies to Earth, Solar System, Galaxy and Creator.
This same metaphor is true of theism. Theism is pantheism. Pan means all as in all-encompassing, all-inclusive Creator.

Why The Confusion About Something So Fundamentally Simple?

The logic that is in vogue today is post-modern logic.
Post-modern logic is dominated by Destroyer logic.
This logic does not want us to understand the full extent of our being and that the interconnected interrelated workings of the full extent of our being is what allows us to function optimally as we use genetic potential.
Why not?
Because optimal functioning automatically moves away from lower self logic, thus the Destroyer loses energy.
As a result, post-modern Destroyer logic dumbs down consciousness and conscience. This causes us to be easily confused by names and spellings and time periods and different forms of the same thing.

The ease of confusion stems from malnutrition. One form of malnutrition is learning that takes place in fragments – each of those fragments having a different basis and different fundamentals.
No wonder there is confusion.

Why Do People Prefer Confusion?

Malnutrition causes us to function in less than desirable ways.

As a result of malnutrition, fragmented logic is attractive because it requires the least amount of energy in order to reach a conclusion and decision so we can then move on to action or inaction (behavior).
When learning takes place under the conditions of malnutrition and is also fragmented, it is much easier to believe something rather than understand something as it relates to self and to all else.

People prefer confusion because clarity that comes through many types of ongoing critical analysis also exposes the holes in holy logic, in education logic, in patriotic logic, in culture logic and in societal logic.
People prefer confusion because a choice of beliefs provides plenty of rope whereby the person can hang self-deception.

Monotheism

Akenaten was a major pre-test for the readiness of people to move away from theism and towards something else that was less encompassing, thus less harmonic.
Akenaten's Monotheism based on Aten worship, provided an early working model prototype for the Destroyer to see what it would take to get people to swallow an ideology without removing the thick and thin bones hidden in the flesh of holy textbooks that block passageways to truth, thus, occlusion causing confusion.
Monotheism was also a test to see what flavors and combinations of sweet sounds mixed with pure-dee-ol' lies and savagely-enforced compliance would get people to swallow without chewing or without digesting or without caring about the stench that comes out the other end of their beliefs whereby they relieve themselves of conscience. This is explored further in Part 2.

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