Saturday, July 05, 2008

Written in Stone

Get used to seeing more of this kind of thing in the months to come...

JERUSALEM — A three-foot-tall tablet with 87 lines of Hebrew that scholars believe dates from the decades just before the birth of Jesus is causing a quiet stir in biblical and archaeological circles, especially because it may speak of a messiah who will rise from the dead after three days.

Read the article here.


  1. NY Times? NICE.


    Gosh oh darn it. What oh what may this do to the Vatican and all of its "blasphemous" BS (against NATURE and the UNIFIED COSMOS)?

    Gnostics gnew this all along. Heck, even most Vedic (not Hindu) Yogi or Dakini, let alone the Norse, just like the Mystery School initiates, know that the deity stories are for passing the understaning down the line in anthropomorphic design so we more interestedly listen to tales of the stars (and orthopraxic psychedelic ritual)...

    Mmmm mana bread. Anybody ever read "Entheogens and the Future of Religion"? Amazing.

    But THIS... this whole thing just reminds me of the first half hour of Zeitgeist. Especially because it'll reach about as many in about as much time.

    This one goes in my records. Good find!!!!

    Light and Truth,
    Brendan Bombaci

  2. Let's just wait and see if its real. I'm usually allergic to sudden new finds when it comes to the Bible, pro or con.

  3. One World Religion anyone?

  4. I tend to find the idea of needing an outside agency to save anyone to be part & parcel of what the problem is with 'down here' to begin with.

    What I mean is that in order to buy the idea that things have be saved, you have to accept that they can go wrong and you face obstacles to your growth and development in the first place; the seeding of such thoughtforms encourages people to create a reality where they have hardships to overcome, instead of leaving those kinds of things to fiction and other forms of entertainment.

    I see 'oneness' not as an embracing of anything that harms you or seeks to harm you, but the recognition that such things only exist because they have been thought into being and those thoughtforms and beliefs maintained. The system of polarity is that there's a saviour because there is a problem to be saved from; the system of unity is that there shouldn't be any of that drama there in the first place, as it gets in the way of just existing and learning about the universe.

    If that doesn't make sense, then just extrapolate the idea of progressing towards completion: imagine that you're already saved. So - what are you going to do in the rest of your immortal eternity? That state of beingness is where you are meant to be at all along.

    Which brings us back to the shamanism (entheogens) mentioned in the comment there; anyone who has had the pleasure of ingesting the 'plants of the gods' will know fine well there's no way you can get bored existing in forever when you have things like that to do.

    Regretably it's not possible to convey this next bit very well without it also sounding like a Messiah type of thing: but it'd seem that organisations here in general don't know what to make of free beings, so they invent rules and prophecies around them in attempts to use them towards the continuance of their polarity-based systems. That's not 'why they are here' though, they are just beings who are the way any beings are meant to be already.

    So when I'm writing things like this, I'm not doing anything like I got sent here to impart whatever; it's more like trying different keys. You recognise there is something getting in your way and the world doesn't work the way it should, and you recognise there are things you might be able to convey in words that will arrive into the very minds that are somehow keeping you trapped. It's not about me in person, it's just that I can tell there's this thing with beliefs that are so ingrained that it stops others outwith it being able to exist to their own beliefs - I go about my life, and find these things blocking my way, and I know they shouldn't be there, so I look for reasons how they got there and ways of how to get rid of them, so I can get on with what I am supposed to be doing.

    It's a bit like doing (computer) forensics on the universe, except instead of examining 0s and 1s and any upper-level languages to that, you look at what beliefs are held and maintained so as to allow whatever to become real and physically exist.

    Probably the largest of flaws of what can go wrong with a thinking-doing mind, is the way that they are able to act like an authority on something that they haven't actually examined or thought through. And instead of thinking 'hey great something I hadn't thought of before that now makes sense of 'x,y,z'' they instead get angry and produce other inappropiate emotional reactions - in direct opposition to any natural systems, which always seek out the most efficient path of least resistance.

    Evil seems to be based on concealment of truths and actual solutions (truth as to how any problems came into existence to begin with).


    Council of 9, anyone?

    Light and Truth,
    Brendan Bombaci

  6. I would submit that this "ancient tablet" is probably another sensationalist scam, as is clearly indicated by the facts

    (1) that no specific information is available on its provenance and

    (2) that no details are provided on carbon dating of the ink.

    As such, this "news" brings to mind the faked Lost-Tomb-of-Jesus "documentary" designed to make a profit off of people's fascination with the "real" Jesus, as well as the larger scandal of the biased and misleading way the Dead Sea scrolls are being presented in museum exhibits around the world, with an antisemitic expression appearing on a government-run North Carolina museum's website. See, e.g.,