The Jesus and Romulus Analogy (Part 4 of the Analogy Series)

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)

The Fat King & The Dagger of Meditation

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

Misunderstood Allah

"He is not godless who scorns the god of the multitude. He is godless who accepts the opinions of the multitude concerning their God."  Epicurus - Greek philosopher and author of an ethical philosophy of simple pleasure, friendship, and retirement. He founded schools of philosophy that survived directly from the 4th century BCE until the … Continue reading Misunderstood Allah

You have the ability to change water into wine, too

How can I say that you change water into wine? I say it because Jesus said you can do everything he can do and even greater works than he could. Of course, we are not talking about changing water into wine in a literal sense, but in a symbolic spiritual way, within us. John 14:12 … Continue reading You have the ability to change water into wine, too

10 virgins, 5 wise and 5 foolish

This one has some very deep mysticism in it, so we'll be jumping around a little bit to bring it all together, but bring it all together we will. Here are the passages in the Gospel of Matthew: Matthew 25 King James Version (KJV) Then shall the kingdom of heaven be likened unto ten virgins, … Continue reading 10 virgins, 5 wise and 5 foolish

Why the Bible needs to be interpreted spiritually, not literally

Because the Bible is a mystical book, a spiritual book, a mythological book, a book of profound allegory and symbolism, and is explicit in telling you not to read it like actual history or literally. 2 Corinthians 3:6 King James Version (KJV) 6 Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not … Continue reading Why the Bible needs to be interpreted spiritually, not literally

Adam & Eve, not the first power couple

“There is no way of preserving the literal sense of the first chapter of Genesis without impiety and attributing things to God unworthy of Him.” Saint Augustine of Hippo, a Roman-African early Christian theologian and philosopher from Numidia whose writings influenced the development of Western Christianity and Western philosophy. “The Scriptures were of little use … Continue reading Adam & Eve, not the first power couple

Incest and rape all wrapped up in one story. More Old Testament allegory.

This one is painful to read from a literal perspective, especially for someone who has gone through the physical and emotional trauma of rape. I truly feel for anyone that has experienced that and wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy. Nonetheless, this story needs to be told and interpreted the way it was meant … Continue reading Incest and rape all wrapped up in one story. More Old Testament allegory.