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Sunday, August 28, 2016

Who Are Magicians Practicing Magic?
Unity Consciousness #794


(Part 2 of 3)

The Creator Is A Magician

As alluded to in the previous message, Creation is a magic act. Magic actions in motion. Creation is a magic show for purposes far greater than entertainment.

Our bodies are magic machines. They function based on magic – scientific principles working in harmony.

Of Course Egyptian Priests Were Magicians

A priest, scientist and magician all mean the same thing. Not today, but back then.

Priests were people who studied for over 40 years to become proficient in multiple subjects. These people were very learned and understood these subjects integratively as an Ecosystem. This is why their manipulation of the forces of nature's scientific principles exceeded the average person's capabilities. Part of the training of priests was to study the stars, thus they were astronomers who charted the movement of celestial bodies in relation to each other. The priests also had to understand the meaning of the movements of stars in relation to events on Earth, thus they were astrologers.*

Magi Are Magicians

Magi is just an abbreviated form of the word magician.
Magi are wise men; therefore magicians are people who have advanced scientific training and are thus able to do things others cannot due because they do not have the same understanding of all that exists within and without.

The three wise men (Magi) who came to bring gifts to Yeshua (Jesus) were priest-scientist-magicians. They came from the East which is the same place Abraham and his family came from. The East being referred to is Chaldea between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. The three wise men were from the African spiritual traditions that Abraham abandoned.

(Young's Literal Translation (YLT) uses words more closely related to the Greek text the King James Version of Christianity was translated from.
Matthew 2:1 (YLT): “And Jesus having been born in Beth-Lehem of Judea, in the days of Herod the king, lo, mages from the east came to Jerusalem,”

Prophets, In a Biblical Sense, Are Magicians

According to some religions, Moses performed miracles. Most of the followers of these religions attribute Moses' ability to God; however, they leave out the part of the process that helped Moses understand how to perform miracles:
Acts 7:22 (KJV): “And Moses was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians, and was mighty in words and in deeds.”

Moses, raised in the house of Pharaoh, was a priest-scientist-magician. Moses learned from the Egyptians who learned from the Creator and through trial and error.

Another prophet-magician was Daniel, who was also called Belteshazzar and also called the master of the magicians:
Daniel 4:9 (KJV): “O Belteshazzar, master of the magicians, because I know that the spirit of the holy gods is in thee, and no secret troubleth thee, tell me the visions of my dream that I have seen, and the interpretation thereof.”

God made frequent use of magicians: “Wherefore, behold, I send unto you prophets, and wise men (Magi), and scribes: and some of them ye shall kill and crucify; and some of them shall ye scourge in your synagogues, and persecute them from city to city” (Matthew 23:34 (KJV))

There were numerous other prophets in Bibles who were all magicians because they manipulated scientific principles and performed magic called by different words – miracles, wonders, signs. A popular prophet-magician that comes to mind is Elijah (Elias) who drenched an altar in water and then called down fire from Heaven, who raised people from the dead, killed people, caused famine, outran horse-drawn chariots and knew the day, place and method of his departure from Earth.

Lastly, it is well established that Yeshua (Jesus) was a priest-scientist-magician. Jesus lived in Egypt for a while. Although the details of his training are vague, clearly Jesus did not learn his advanced knowledge from Israelites because none of them were practicing magic, only the Egyptians and Chaldeans – two groups descended from Kushite/Cushites. Perhaps this is why so much of the story of Jesus's life is left out of Bibles but can be found elsewhere.

Jesus did not have a problem with using magic so why do Jesus believers? Jesus is not averse to magic then or now because God is the Maker Of Magic and Master Magician then and now.


So Many Other Types Of Magicians

Every person is a scientist. We are always practicing some sort of magic. There are scientists of all types such as alchemists, chemists, ministers, reverends, hypnotizers, teachers, parents, lawyers, athletes, botanists, geneticists, pharmacologists, gardeners, farmers and psychologists and psychiatrists who are front line members of psychological warfare...

*There is very little use in being an astronomer if you are not also going to be an astrologer, unless of course, you are not operating within the optimal context of the African Utamawazo. If so, then fragmented knowledge is what you get. However, within the African context, it is not possible to be an astrologer without being an astronomer. It is not possible to be very skilled at either astronomy or astrology without also being skilled in multiple other areas of science (knowing).

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