Image by Hany Alashkar from Pixabay The Bible is overflowing with agricultural allegory. As a way of preserving agricultural truths pertaining to planting and/or harvesting times that revolved around solar and lunar patterns or cycles, many cultures embedded these truths within fantastical mythical allegories so that they would be carried forward for the benefit of … Continue reading The Lost Rosetta Stone of Noah’s Ark
Image courtesy of: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_in_Heaven In my previous article, I explained why the Book of Revelation cannot be taken seriously, as it is an absolute forgery used to perpetuate Christianity by attaching Jesus to a revised version of the Sibylline Oracles and the Mysteries of Isis and Osiris. The Catholic Church is NOT to be trusted … Continue reading War in Heaven. An Origin Story.
Image courtesy of: https://pixabay.com/illustrations/coins-mintage-cash-money-blister-5368445/ After a much needed hiatus, I am back to give you all some delicious and nutritious esoterics and astrotheology! Sometimes life can get the better of you, and that's when you need to turn inward to that Kingdom within where peace and tranquility embrace you and keep you centered. This pandemic … Continue reading Thirty Pieces of Silver
I remember hearing this story as a child, awestruck at the bravery and courage that David displayed in taking on and defeating the imposing figure of Goliath with a single stone hurled from a slingshot. The imagery from a literal perspective is the stuff of myth and legend, which is exactly where this story should … Continue reading David and Goliath’s battle rages on. Who wins is up to you…
Moses Maimonides, the Jewish theologian and historian states: “Every time you find in our books a tale, the reality of which seems impossible, a story which is repugnant to both reason and common sense, then be sure that the tale contains a profound allegory veiling a deeply mysterious truth; and the greater the absurdity of … Continue reading Is it Israel or Is-Ra-El?
Even if you only have a tiny amount of geographical knowledge of the Middle East, the story of Exodus makes absolutely no sense from a literal perspective. Why in God's name did it take forty years for Moses and the Israelites to walk from Egypt to Israel? The logistics of that relatively short trek don't … Continue reading Why did it take 40 years to get from Egypt to Israel?
https://pixabay.com/photos/figure-king-david-king-david-harp-510612/ In today's article, I want to take a look at the supposed lineage of Jesus all the way back to King David, the same David that supposedly slew Goliath in the Old Testament (Hmm, I need to break that one down, too). The Bible gives us this lineage in detail in the Book of … Continue reading The Son of David
That is the million-dollar question, isn't it? The basic literalist and fundamentalist is a firm believer in the entire Bible being completely literal and the inerrant word of God. Is that true? What do you believe? If you are here, my guess is that you already know the answer or you are on the edge … Continue reading The Return of the Messiah – Is it a Thing?
The title of this article ties in well with the myth of Orpheus, a child of Apollo and the Muse Calliope. If you don't know who Orpheus was, don't worry, I'll give you the rundown on the story of this guy and the myths surrounding him, which have deeper spiritual and psychological truths that were … Continue reading Looking Back
Ah, Pegasus. According to the myth, he was born of a non-consensual union between Poseidon and mortal Medusa. Poseidon took the shape of a horse when he raped Medusa in Athena's temple while she was praying to the Goddess, which appears to be the origins of why Pegasus is viewed as a horse. The same … Continue reading Pegasus, Amen and Your Brain – As Above So Below