Isn't that a beautiful sight? From a literal perspective, Jesus is really in his element and doing what he does best: loving and helping people. The fundamentalist of Christianity today is a far cry from this scene. They have fallen prey to ignorance, hate, division, fear-mongering and misguided blind political faith just to name a … Continue reading The Miracle of the Feeding of the Five Thousand
Nephilim means "the fallen ones" and/or "the extraordinary or marvelous ones". This meaning comes to life when we dig into the etymology of the word: From the verb נפל (napal), to fall, which appears to have to do with the verb פלל (palal), to distinguish, or פלה(pala), to be extraordinary. http://www.abarim-publications.com/Meaning/Nephilim.html Let's take a look at some biblical references to … Continue reading Nephilim: they might be giants…or maybe not
If you are a Percy Jackson fan, you will recognize that scene where the cyclops, Tyson, stops the bull that spewed flames at everybody in the camp. He grabbed the bull by the horns as it shot flames at him but he was unharmed. Why? And why are the cyclops fireproof in Greek Mythology? This … Continue reading Why is the Cyclops Fireproof?
The name "Lucifer" is only referenced one time in the Bible in Isaiah 14-12 that says: “How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!” The mental laziness of fundamentalist churchgoers knows no bounds. Little do they know that … Continue reading The Mystery of Lucifer’s Identity
This one is interesting because we have two versions of a blind man having his sight restored by Jesus in the Gospels. One is in the Gospel of John, Chapter 9, Verses 1-7; and the other is in the Gospel of Mark, Chapter 8, Verses 22-25. We're going to tackle the one in the Gospel … Continue reading The Healing of the Blind Man and Men Walking as Trees
Have you ever wondered why we say the words we say and why we say them? This curiosity of mine has led me to search out these unusual words to find out how they came to be used by us in modern speech. But most of us will never take the time to research this … Continue reading Abracadabra! That’s a buncha bull.
The "life" of Romulus has such striking similarities to the "life" of Jesus that it makes it extremely difficult to believe that the Roman Catholic Church didn't just create a savior and religion for its own personal gain. I mean, Christianity didn't even become a major religion until the reign of Constantine (306-337 CE) where … Continue reading The Jesus and Romulus Analogy (Part 4 of the Analogy Series)
I'm not exactly sure what people were smoking (smocking if you're Trump) or what kind of magical shrooms people were eating to hallucinate these bizarre mystical texts back in the day, but tripping in a major way they were. Just read these esoteric interpretations of Noah's Ark, Exodus or any one of these unbelievable tales … Continue reading The Divine Analogy (Part 3 of the Analogy Series)
Whew, I couldn't imagine five more commandments! Thank goodness he dropped that extra tablet, or we could be in an even bigger mess than we are now! There are several ways to interpret the Bible, some of which are listed below: Historical and/or literal - If you've read any of my articles, you know how … Continue reading The esoteric meaning of the Ten Commandments
There are truly some bizarre stories in the Bible, especially the Old Testament, and this is definitely one of them. It's completely bonkers unless you understand the symbology, numerology and allegory woven into the story. Let's get into it! God is mad at his chosen people...again. And he is so enraged that he deems it … Continue reading The Fat King & The Dagger of Meditation