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6 years ago  ::  Jan 27, 2009 - 12:45AM #1
Saadaya
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I recently realized that the New Age belief in the Gardeners (Alien geneticists of New Age folklore) originated in Matthew 13, in the parable of the reapers, and now a couple of verses were brought to my attention according to which the entire New Thought and New Age ideology would have originated as a very much Gospel-based interpretation of Christian prophecy.  I would like to share these verses:

"And I assure you that I will be with you until the end of this age." - Matthew 28:20

Many Christian propagandists / translators of the Bible rendered this verse as "I will be with you until the end of the world" but that is not what it says. The word used in Greek was 'aeon' which means 'age'. What this means is that Jesus himself acknowledged that the age that he had inaugurated would come to an end, after which he would apparently begin to serve life elsewhere.

When the age of Pisces began, it signified the end of Aries which is why the sign that was given to humanity was the 'sacrifice of the ram' or of the sheep, which is the symbol of Aries: the numerous wars that are described in the Old Testament were all symptoms of the Arian Age. Aries is ruled by Mars, the God of War. The sacrifice of the ram is the end of Aries and the inauguration of the Piscean Age around the time of Jesus.

The Christ himself gave a sign for the inauguration of the future age:

"You will come across a man with a vessel filled with water. Follow him." - The Christ, in Matthew 14:13

The man with the jar is the imagery associated with the sign of Aquarius. During Pisces, the water element was loose: water represents the emotional self. People did now know how to control the emotions and were controled by their emotions. This explains the hysteria of the dark ages. In Aquarius, we begin to learn to dominate not only the emotions but the mind.

The man with the jar is a master of chemistry and even of life, which originates in the waters: the geneticist, the gardener, the scientist. The ruler of Aquarius is Uranus, the regent of alchemy which is an ancient name for science. In the New Age, it is believed that the boundary between science and religion will be erased and in the end the new spirituality will be slowly informed by scientific insight.

Speaking of the man with the jar filled with water, Dr. Masaru Emoto is someone whose studies we should also watch closely. He was referenced in the film 'What The Bleep' for his studies where he took pictures of water crystals after exposing the water to different kinds of music, words and thoughtforms. The studies demonstrate that thoughts and sounds and all kinds of subtle vibrations do in fact affect the physical world, particularly water.

If you google his name you'll come across some of the pictures that he took which clearly show the beautiful patterns of water crystals which have been exposed to classical music versus the deformed crystals that were exposed to rock music, as well as how water reacts to words like 'love' and 'demon'. Keeping in mind that our bodies are made up of almost 80 % water, this should illustrate how we are physically altered by the sound and thought vibrations all around us.

Whoever builds on the work of Dr. Emoto will probably refine the art of healing through thoughtforms, mantras, music and sound vibration and the use of water which has been blessed with certain qualities. We may not be able to affect our DNA through sound and thought vibrations, but we may be able to alter our biochemistry. All of these practices are ancient but will find new scientific legitimacy and methods if and when the studies of Dr. Emoto are carried to their final conclusions.
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6 years ago  ::  Jan 27, 2009 - 12:45AM #2
Saadaya
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I recently realized that the New Age belief in the Gardeners (Alien geneticists of New Age folklore) originated in Matthew 13, in the parable of the reapers, and now a couple of verses were brought to my attention according to which the entire New Thought and New Age ideology would have originated as a very much Gospel-based interpretation of Christian prophecy.  I would like to share these verses:

"And I assure you that I will be with you until the end of this age." - Matthew 28:20

Many Christian propagandists / translators of the Bible rendered this verse as "I will be with you until the end of the world" but that is not what it says. The word used in Greek was 'aeon' which means 'age'. What this means is that Jesus himself acknowledged that the age that he had inaugurated would come to an end, after which he would apparently begin to serve life elsewhere.

When the age of Pisces began, it signified the end of Aries which is why the sign that was given to humanity was the 'sacrifice of the ram' or of the sheep, which is the symbol of Aries: the numerous wars that are described in the Old Testament were all symptoms of the Arian Age. Aries is ruled by Mars, the God of War. The sacrifice of the ram is the end of Aries and the inauguration of the Piscean Age around the time of Jesus.

The Christ himself gave a sign for the inauguration of the future age:

"You will come across a man with a vessel filled with water. Follow him." - The Christ, in Matthew 14:13

The man with the jar is the imagery associated with the sign of Aquarius. During Pisces, the water element was loose: water represents the emotional self. People did now know how to control the emotions and were controled by their emotions. This explains the hysteria of the dark ages. In Aquarius, we begin to learn to dominate not only the emotions but the mind.

The man with the jar is a master of chemistry and even of life, which originates in the waters: the geneticist, the gardener, the scientist. The ruler of Aquarius is Uranus, the regent of alchemy which is an ancient name for science. In the New Age, it is believed that the boundary between science and religion will be erased and in the end the new spirituality will be slowly informed by scientific insight.

Speaking of the man with the jar filled with water, Dr. Masaru Emoto is someone whose studies we should also watch closely. He was referenced in the film 'What The Bleep' for his studies where he took pictures of water crystals after exposing the water to different kinds of music, words and thoughtforms. The studies demonstrate that thoughts and sounds and all kinds of subtle vibrations do in fact affect the physical world, particularly water.

If you google his name you'll come across some of the pictures that he took which clearly show the beautiful patterns of water crystals which have been exposed to classical music versus the deformed crystals that were exposed to rock music, as well as how water reacts to words like 'love' and 'demon'. Keeping in mind that our bodies are made up of almost 80 % water, this should illustrate how we are physically altered by the sound and thought vibrations all around us.

Whoever builds on the work of Dr. Emoto will probably refine the art of healing through thoughtforms, mantras, music and sound vibration and the use of water which has been blessed with certain qualities. We may not be able to affect our DNA through sound and thought vibrations, but we may be able to alter our biochemistry. All of these practices are ancient but will find new scientific legitimacy and methods if and when the studies of Dr. Emoto are carried to their final conclusions.
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6 years ago  ::  Jan 27, 2009 - 7:10AM #3
Bob Wells
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Does the calender show an 'age' starting at that time?
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6 years ago  ::  Jan 30, 2009 - 3:23PM #4
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Some say Jesus spent his younger years studying new age ideas in India. Perhaps it was at this time he learnt about the age of Aquarius. Perhaps he was referring to when he will return and establish the Kingdom of Heaven.

Question; If an Astrological age lasts ~2000 years could it still be called a millenium?
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6 years ago  ::  Jan 30, 2009 - 6:06PM #5
Bob Wells
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heterodoxus wrote:

Interesting in a mystic, New Aged sort of way, yet seemingly OFF TOPIC and lacking in relevance to the Bible's content or evolution.


This is a wonderful topic. It starts with the assumsion that Jesus was a real person who talked abour real things. Then says; gee, what could he have meant by that?

Is it required to believe that the Bible 'evolved'?

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5 years ago  ::  Feb 01, 2009 - 4:10PM #6
Saadaya
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heterodoxus wrote:

Conjecture based upon accepted symbolisms within Astrolatry.


... symbols which were prevalent among primitive Christians.  Have you seen the movie Zeitgeist?

Why do you think the first christians used the FISH in their catacombs to mark the spots where they gathered?

Why was it Magi, ASTROLOGERS, who first acknowledged the new messiah in the Gospel accounts?  Would this have been included in the text if the authors did not believe that there was an astrological base for the prophecies they were claiming to have been fulfilled?

The main name or metaphor that Yeshua used was 'Our Father who is in the HEAVENS'.  Would it not be appropriate to seek this God's signs in the heavens, where he dwells?

heterodoxus wrote:

Confirm your reference.


Again: Matthew 14:13

heterodoxus wrote:

Interesting in a mystic, New Aged sort of way, yet seemingly OFF TOPIC and lacking in relevance to the Bible's content or evolution.


I would argue that New Age beliefs, if they find legitimacy in the Gospels, might render the Gospels relevant to New Agers.

Bob Wells wrote:

Some say Jesus spent his younger years studying new age ideas in India. Perhaps it was at this time he learnt about the age of Aquarius. Perhaps he was referring to when he will return and establish the Kingdom of Heaven.

Question; If an Astrological age lasts ~2000 years could it still be called a millenium?


If he did go to India and became familiar with the Bhagavad Gita, he would have learned that Lord Krishna promises that he returns to humanity age after age in the Gita 4:7-8 and offers the signs that indicate when a person is an incarnation or avatar.  Every age is inaugurated with an avatar.

I believe that the word millenium is mistranslated.  Some Gita translations in English use 'millenium' in these verses also, but the original sense of the text was 'age'.  The Gita also speaks about God's kingdom in numerous passages.

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5 years ago  ::  Feb 27, 2009 - 12:49PM #7
Saadaya
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Jan 30, 2009 -- 3:23PM, Bob Wells wrote:

Question; If an Astrological age lasts ~2000 years could it still be called a millenium?



No.  It's an age, not a millenium.

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5 years ago  ::  Feb 27, 2009 - 10:30PM #8
Bob Wells
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Feb 27, 2009 -- 12:49PM, Saadaya wrote:


Jan 30, 2009 -- 3:23PM, Bob Wells wrote:

Question; If an Astrological age lasts ~2000 years could it still be called a millenium?



No.  It's an age, not a millenium.




The thousand years is a Bible reference.

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