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DingoLingo

None of them.. 

its my ex mother in law.. 

when she died they all up and left hell rather then deal with her..  :D

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Jodie.Lynne
14 hours ago, Coil said:

On our planet is one of the offspring of Satan (and he apparently somewhere in space supposedly on the red giant Antares has an effect on many different planets)

Ummm, You do know that Antares is a star, yeah? Not a planet.


 

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Antares: Red Star at the End of Its Life

Antares is a red supergiant star that is nearing the end of its life. Once there is no more fuel left to burn, the star will collapse and explode into a supernova — "at which time its brightness will rival that of the rest of our galaxy put together," noted astrophysicists Paul Butterworth and Mike Arida for NASA's Imagine the Universe!

https://www.space.com/21905-antares.html

 

 

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Trelane

Form what I've read, Melkor was pretty damn evil.

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Coil
On 5/11/2019 at 1:39 AM, Jodie.Lynne said:

Once there is no more fuel left to burn, the star will collapse and explode into a supernova

If Antares explodes, then another star or her companion will undertake her mission.

Read about this star:

https://darkstarastrology.com/antares/

 

 

 

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XenoFish

Whatever "demon" you want to believe in is only as strong as you imagine it to be. 

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Imaginarynumber1
3 hours ago, Coil said:

If Antares explodes, then another star or her companion will undertake her mission.

Read about this star:

https://darkstarastrology.com/antares/

 

 

 

You know that astrology isn't real, right? Right?

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Tatetopa
On 5/10/2019 at 1:27 AM, Coil said:

On our planet is one of the offspring of Satan (and he apparently somewhere in space supposedly on the red giant Antares has an effect on many different planets)

Sleipnir and Fenris are said to be the offspring of Loki.  At least with an 8 legged horse, Odin could run like hell even if he isn't  quite a demon. 

 I would put Fenris up in a cage match with any of the top four demons.  Add the Midgard Serpent and the two of them could tag team all four of your bad boys.

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Piney
17 minutes ago, Tatetopa said:

 I would put Fenris up in a cage match with any of the top four demons.  Add the Midgard Serpent and the two of them could tag team all four of your bad boys.

Give me a fueled up Jonsered 2188 with a 404 skiptooth and I'll show you Hell on Earth.  :yes:

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XenoFish

Strongest of Hell.

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1 hour ago, XenoFish said:

Strongest of Hell.

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Coil
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14 hours ago, Imaginarynumber1 said:

You know that astrology isn't real, right? Right?

Star constellations are ruled by gods with their own character and similarly populated creatures, and they affect us.

14 hours ago, Tatetopa said:

Sleipnir and Fenris are said to be the offspring of Loki.  At least with an 8 legged horse, Odin could run like hell even if he isn't  quite a demon. 

 I would put Fenris up in a cage match with any of the top four demons.  Add the Midgard Serpent and the two of them could tag team all four of your bad boys.

 
These are some local gods and those that I mentioned are personalities from God himself.
 
Read this:
Spoiler

When the Supreme decided to externalize himself in order to contemplate himself, he first formed within himself the Knowledge and Power of manifestation. This Knowledge-Power or Consciousness-Force is the Great Mother. (Every power and every force is a vibration; every vibration is a consciousness; and every consciousness is a personal being.) The Supreme had decided that Joy and Freedom would form the foundation of his manifestation, the two qualities without which a divine expression of Ananda is impossible — and the Mother, the great Creatrix, of course executed his decision.

After the formation of the fundamental divine Joy and Freedom, the Mother created four Beings. Because from these Four there had to evolve everything else of the exteriorization, they were the incarnation of the divine attributes, the original fountainheads and pillars of creation: 1. Consciousness that is Light; 2. Life; 3. Bliss that is Love; and 4. Truth. They were magnificent and exceedingly powerful beings, for each of them, being the incarnation of a divine attribute, resembled the Godhead almost totally. They possessed the full freedom to enjoy their essential divinity. And it happened that these first Four splendid beings, almost totally resembling the Godhead, became as it were intoxicated by their joy and their freedom, so much so that they began imagining they were equal to the Godhead, nay, that they were the Supreme himself.

As we know, the Supreme is also the One in whom division is impossible. But because in the Four the delusion had arisen by which each one of them imagined he was the Supreme, the delusion of division also arose in the whole of creation. In their consciousness the Four separated from each other and from their Origin, and as à consequence they became the opposite of what they had been at first. The Being of Consciousness and Light became the Lord of Darkness; the Being of Bliss and Love became the Lord of Suffering; the Being of Truth became the Lord of Falsehood; the Being of Life became the Lord of Death. This is how, because of them, the world became as we know it.

When the Great Mother saw the damage her four children had done, she turned towards the Supreme and beseeched him for a means to reverse the disaster.

He then commanded her to pour out her Consciousness of Light into that inconscience, her Truth into that falsehood and her Love into that suffering. And the Great Mother did so, with an even greater intensity than when she had formed the first Four. She plunged into the terror of the Night of the Inconscient and again awoke in it Consciousness, Love and Truth to activate the salvation which would carry the universe back to its Origin of everlasting Bliss. The gradual realization of this salvation we call evolution.

https://www.aurobindo.ru/workings/other/van_vrekhem-beyond_man.htm

 

 

 

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Imaginarynumber1
2 minutes ago, Coil said:

Star constellations are ruled by gods with their own character and similarly populated creatures, and they affect us.

 
These are some local gods and those that I mentioned are personalities from God himself.
 
Read this:
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When the Supreme decided to externalize himself in order to contemplate himself, he first formed within himself the Knowledge and Power of manifestation. This Knowledge-Power or Consciousness-Force is the Great Mother. (Every power and every force is a vibration; every vibration is a consciousness; and every consciousness is a personal being.) The Supreme had decided that Joy and Freedom would form the foundation of his manifestation, the two qualities without which a divine expression of Ananda is impossible — and the Mother, the great Creatrix, of course executed his decision.

After the formation of the fundamental divine Joy and Freedom, the Mother created four Beings. Because from these Four there had to evolve everything else of the exteriorization, they were the incarnation of the divine attributes, the original fountainheads and pillars of creation: 1. Consciousness that is Light; 2. Life; 3. Bliss that is Love; and 4. Truth. They were magnificent and exceedingly powerful beings, for each of them, being the incarnation of a divine attribute, resembled the Godhead almost totally. They possessed the full freedom to enjoy their essential divinity. And it happened that these first Four splendid beings, almost totally resembling the Godhead, became as it were intoxicated by their joy and their freedom, so much so that they began imagining they were equal to the Godhead, nay, that they were the Supreme himself.

As we know, the Supreme is also the One in whom division is impossible. But because in the Four the delusion had arisen by which each one of them imagined he was the Supreme, the delusion of division also arose in the whole of creation. In their consciousness the Four separated from each other and from their Origin, and as à consequence they became the opposite of what they had been at first. The Being of Consciousness and Light became the Lord of Darkness; the Being of Bliss and Love became the Lord of Suffering; the Being of Truth became the Lord of Falsehood; the Being of Life became the Lord of Death. This is how, because of them, the world became as we know it.

When the Great Mother saw the damage her four children had done, she turned towards the Supreme and beseeched him for a means to reverse the disaster.

He then commanded her to pour out her Consciousness of Light into that inconscience, her Truth into that falsehood and her Love into that suffering. And the Great Mother did so, with an even greater intensity than when she had formed the first Four. She plunged into the terror of the Night of the Inconscient and again awoke in it Consciousness, Love and Truth to activate the salvation which would carry the universe back to its Origin of everlasting Bliss. The gradual realization of this salvation we call evolution.

https://www.aurobindo.ru/workings/other/van_vrekhem-beyond_man.htm

 

 

 

Just..... no....

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Piney
15 minutes ago, Imaginarynumber1 said:

Just..... no....

Well, I enjoyed that. :yes:

Georges Van Vrekhem  another wonderful Theosophical White Supremacist. 

 

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Tatetopa
5 hours ago, Coil said:

These are some local gods and those that I mentioned are personalities from God himself.

LOCAL!!! Coil, dude!  The Aesir are the very ones who slew the primordial frost giant and shaped the earth and heavens from his body.  Can't get much more global than that.  Your demons are no more than renegade trolls and giants banished from the worlds of gods and men.

Be more respectful.  The raven you see flying over your house is likely going back to report on your activities.

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Tatetopa
6 hours ago, Coil said:

As we know, the Supreme is also the One in whom division is impossible. But because in the Four the delusion had arisen by which each one of them imagined he was the Supreme, the delusion of division also arose in the whole of creation. In their consciousness the Four separated from each other and from their Origin, and as à consequence they became the opposite of what they had been at first. The Being of Consciousness and Light became the Lord of Darkness; the Being of Bliss and Love became the Lord of Suffering; the Being of Truth became the Lord of Falsehood; the Being of Life became the Lord of Death. This is how, because of them, the world became as we know it.

Man, that is some unstable genetics.  Are you saying that every division of the One turns to evil?  Then what must the one be if it is composed all of evil?

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Alchopwn
1 hour ago, Tatetopa said:

Man, that is some unstable genetics.  Are you saying that every division of the One turns to evil?  Then what must the one be if it is composed all of evil?

It has been posited that God wants to remove the evil from His own nature, and thus he divides himself into smaller parts, sifting the deeds of the good from the evil, as only when the evil is gone can there be a perfect creation.  Thus this universe is a trap and a filter for evil.  This is one of the more compelling monotheist arguments I have discovered.

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13 hours ago, Tatetopa said:

LOCAL!!! Coil, dude!  The Aesir are the very ones who slew the primordial frost giant and shaped the earth and heavens from his body.  Can't get much more global than that.  Your demons are no more than renegade trolls and giants banished from the worlds of gods and men.

Be more respectful.  The raven you see flying over your house is likely going back to report on your activities.

 


 Those who created our planet are the angels of our planetary system:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hierarchy_of_angels

Jehovah and Elohim which we can take for the highest beings.


Believe, all these gods Loki, Thor, egyptian Seth and Gore are the local gods of countries and there are cosmic gods like Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva involved in the creation of the universe and not having parents, they are emanations of God himself and cannot fall but the first four of the Divine Mother could fall.

Because there are creatures of God-manifested and God-created.

 

13 hours ago, Tatetopa said:

Man, that is some unstable genetics.  Are you saying that every division of the One turns to evil?  Then what must the one be if it is composed all of evil?

It can not be said that separation from God automatically makes all creatures evil, because freedom is given to beings, and which side to take is everyone’s choice because all gods, angels, people, animals whose God showed, did not fall away from God.

 

12 hours ago, Alchopwn said:

It has been posited that God wants to remove the evil from His own nature, and thus he divides himself into smaller parts, sifting the deeds of the good from the evil, as only when the evil is gone can there be a perfect creation.  Thus this universe is a trap and a filter for evil.  This is one of the more compelling monotheist arguments I have discovered.

God has no evil because as written above, he is One and his parts in him as Consciousness, Life, Truth act together and correctly. And in man or individual gods if you deprive them of some parts and leave one, there will already be an imperfection. Therefore, in order to become perfect as God, man needs to develop the missing parts in himself.

God divides himself into parts because if he descends into the physical world as One, he cannot separate any individuality from himself and the planets will not be inhabited by humans, animals and other creatures, there will be no life of many creatures at all.

Such is the sacrifice of God, and he knows that not all beings will be able to adhere to the precepts of God being separated and some part of the angels will fall away and will express the opposite.
 

 Just like a mother, if she does not separate a child from herself, she cannot give birth to a separate being. And this is evolution to regain a multifaceted and all-round perfection of God.

That is why we need to strive to know God as all parts harmoniously coexist in him and not contradict each other  but at the same time we do not lose individuality because God is both the One and the Many, he is personal, impersonal and the highest ..
 

 

 

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Alchopwn
21 minutes ago, Coil said:

God has no evil because as written above, he is One and his parts in him as Consciousness, Life, Truth act together and correctly. And in man or individual gods if you deprive them of some parts and leave one, there will already be an imperfection. Therefore, in order to become perfect as God, man needs to develop the missing parts in himself.

Isaiah 45:7  "I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things."

Also, what you are saying suggests that God didn't create Satan, when by most accounts he is an ex-angel.  Who made the angels and built them to have evil within them so they could turn against him?  A perfect god couldn't have made a world with evil in it, as it serves no part save to wreck everything, and that is not perfect at all, and would therefore be against the perfect nature of a supposedly perfect God.

29 minutes ago, Coil said:

God divides himself into parts because if he descends into the physical world as One, he cannot separate any individuality from himself and the planets will not be inhabited by humans, animals and other creatures, there will be no life of many creatures at all.

You had better show scripture to support this.  It sounds like you're making it up, and as a believer, that's the sin of heresy for you.

30 minutes ago, Coil said:

Such is the sacrifice of God, and he knows that not all beings will be able to adhere to the precepts of God being separated and some part of the angels will fall away and will express the opposite.

How is that a sacrfice?  If God is infinite, then even the parts that are supposedly sacrificed are going to be recycled as part of him.  This sounds far more like some sort of horrible test, and given that God knows everything anyhow, he already knows the outcome, so why do it?  It's cruel and completely unneccessary.  Such is the sacrifice of your God. 

Personally I think your God is just a fake evil sky tyrant that equally bad people made up in their own image to control more gullible people.  I only presented the original idea as a thought experiment presented by some  theologians to try to justify the evil of the deity in question.

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XenoFish

I see someone's met Coil. This'll be entertaining.

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Jodie.Lynne
1 hour ago, Alchopwn said:

A perfect god couldn't have made a world with evil in it, as it serves no part save to wreck everything, and that is not perfect at all, and would therefore be against the perfect nature of a supposedly perfect God.

I wouldn't say such a being "couldn't", more like shouldn't, but it supposedly did.

If one looks at the biblical stories, and all other creation mythos, that all have something in common: They have an antagonist, and a protagonist.

God & Satan

Zeus & Cronos

Odin & Surtur

Marduk & Tiamat.

The Lone Ranger & Butch Cavendish

Superman & Lex Luthor

Batman & Joker

 

Any good storyteller knows that a tale must have conflicts to make the story exciting, and to keep the reader/listener wanting more.

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Coil
2 hours ago, Alchopwn said:

Isaiah 45:7  "I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things."


Not quite accurate translation:

"I form light and create darkness, make peace and produce disasters; I, the Lord, do all this."

Thus, God does not do evil, otherwise why should he blame the Devil and not support him.

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A perfect god couldn't have made a world with evil in it, as it serves no part save to wreck everything, and that is not perfect at all, and would therefore be against the perfect nature of a supposedly perfect God.


It is necessary to grasp the subtlety of who God is and how the manifestation of the universe goes. The universe appears from Non-Being, the Unconscious part of the Absolute which is, as it were, opposite to the truth of God:

Spoiler

The Almighty, in the course of his cosmic manifestation, being Infinite and not bound by any restrictions, can manifest in Himself, in his consciousness, hiding innumerable possibilities, something that would seem to contradict Himself, that which carries in itself Gloom, Unconsciousness, Inertia, Insensitivity , Disharmony and decomposition. It is these elements that form the basis of the material world and we attribute them to the sphere of the Unconscious, which, according to the Rig Veda, is the Ocean of the Unconscious; in this Ocean, the One was hidden, which rose and manifested itself in the form of a universe.

Matter is the first product of the Unconscious. The basis of the material consciousness in this world is not only the Ignorance, but also the Unconscious, which means that the consciousness here lies in material form and material energy.

For the ego, identifying itself with a separate form and limited action, is characterized by the consciousness of the multitude, devoid of true knowledge of the original unity; such consciousness is inherent in man and is reduced to a state of delusion and ignorance. It is called Avidya, or Ignorance.

We understand that the Absolute, the Spirit, the Divine and Being are one and the same. The transcendental is one, the Cosmos is one.

But at the same time, we see a multitude of creatures with their own ego, spirit, and similar but still different from each other nature. And since, in essence and in spirit, everything manifested is one, we are forced to admit that all this multitude is one, or, in other words, the One has become a multitude. But how can an Absolute be a limited form, or a man, and an animal or bird a Divine Being? Reasoning in this way and identifying these contradictions, the mind makes a double mistake, using the concept of a limited mathematical value: a unit, being less than two, can change its size and acquire the value "two" only as a result of division, addition or multiplication. We are dealing with an infinite primordial Oneness capable of containing one hundred, one thousand, one million, one billion and one trillion of any desired quantities. Any astronomical and super-astronomical numbers cannot measure and exceed this Unity; according to the Upanishads, it is immovable and does not seek to get away from you, but you cannot approach it, no matter how hard you try to do it. It can be said that infinite Oneness would not be such if it did not contain the ability to manifest infinite diversity. But this does not mean that the One has duality(good and evil) or can be limited or exhausted by the sum of the Set; on the contrary, the One is capable of becoming an infinite Set, for it exceeds all the limitations measured by the set, as well as all the limitations associated with the abstract mathematical concept of unities.

(yoga dictionary)

Thus, although creatures appear from unconscious avidya from Darkness and carry ignorance, God still carries them away to Light, Truth, Knowledge and Bliss as this is the true essence of God.

It turns out that the structure is as follows:

God (Light - Truth - Life)
Darkness-Unconscious (hidden and suppressed Truth-Light)
Manifestation

spiritual worlds (unity and harmony still present)
lower supramental worlds (here begins the separation of beings and gods for diverse work in the universe)
mental worlds (many gods and angels)
astral worlds of desire
physical worlds (confrontations and wars between creatures)

Thus, a person needs to go through different worlds and Darkness and know God then he can become a universal divine being.

 

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You had better show scripture to support this.  It sounds like you're making it up, and as a believer, that's the sin of heresy for you.

 


Diversity is a game, or self-expression of the One, manifested in many forms and seeing itself in different guises, residing at the same time on different levels of consciousness and giving life to universal forces in their universal Movement. Diversity is hidden or manifested in unity.
Without it, Oneness would be an empty Nonexistence or powerless and useless limitation of the undisturbed pure peace.

 

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How is that a sacrfice?  If God is infinite, then even the parts that are supposedly sacrificed are going to be recycled as part of him.  This sounds far more like some sort of horrible test, and given that God knows everything anyhow, he already knows the outcome, so why do it?  It's cruel and completely unneccessary.  Such is the sacrifice of your God.

 

It is a sacrifice because God knows how creatures will suffer in evolution as being limited creatures having a spirit inside yourself that will outwardly fight the same spirit without knowing its true nature. And if God himself had evil then and at the highest level of God would have death, suffering and  pain but God doesn't have that, therefore God is Truth, Immortality and Bliss.

 

 

 

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Alchopwn
17 minutes ago, Coil said:


Not quite accurate translation: "I form light and create darkness, make peace and produce disasters; I, the Lord, do all this."

On the contratry, the King James translation was only changed in response to the fact that it was so frequently used to point to the fact that God does evil.  Christians started to get upset at the fact, but the Jewish Tanakh, from which the quote is taken clearly and unequivocally says "evil" and not "disaster".  As all Christian scripture derives from the Hebrew, why not actually listen to the people who made up the whole story in the first place?  JPS Tanakh 1917 Isaiah 45:7

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23 hours ago, Coil said:

Star constellations are ruled by gods with their own character and similarly populated creatures, and they affect us.

 
These are some local gods and those that I mentioned are personalities from God himself.
 
Read this:
  Reveal hidden contents

When the Supreme decided to externalize himself in order to contemplate himself, he first formed within himself the Knowledge and Power of manifestation. This Knowledge-Power or Consciousness-Force is the Great Mother. (Every power and every force is a vibration; every vibration is a consciousness; and every consciousness is a personal being.) The Supreme had decided that Joy and Freedom would form the foundation of his manifestation, the two qualities without which a divine expression of Ananda is impossible — and the Mother, the great Creatrix, of course executed his decision.

After the formation of the fundamental divine Joy and Freedom, the Mother created four Beings. Because from these Four there had to evolve everything else of the exteriorization, they were the incarnation of the divine attributes, the original fountainheads and pillars of creation: 1. Consciousness that is Light; 2. Life; 3. Bliss that is Love; and 4. Truth. They were magnificent and exceedingly powerful beings, for each of them, being the incarnation of a divine attribute, resembled the Godhead almost totally. They possessed the full freedom to enjoy their essential divinity. And it happened that these first Four splendid beings, almost totally resembling the Godhead, became as it were intoxicated by their joy and their freedom, so much so that they began imagining they were equal to the Godhead, nay, that they were the Supreme himself.

As we know, the Supreme is also the One in whom division is impossible. But because in the Four the delusion had arisen by which each one of them imagined he was the Supreme, the delusion of division also arose in the whole of creation. In their consciousness the Four separated from each other and from their Origin, and as à consequence they became the opposite of what they had been at first. The Being of Consciousness and Light became the Lord of Darkness; the Being of Bliss and Love became the Lord of Suffering; the Being of Truth became the Lord of Falsehood; the Being of Life became the Lord of Death. This is how, because of them, the world became as we know it.

When the Great Mother saw the damage her four children had done, she turned towards the Supreme and beseeched him for a means to reverse the disaster.

He then commanded her to pour out her Consciousness of Light into that inconscience, her Truth into that falsehood and her Love into that suffering. And the Great Mother did so, with an even greater intensity than when she had formed the first Four. She plunged into the terror of the Night of the Inconscient and again awoke in it Consciousness, Love and Truth to activate the salvation which would carry the universe back to its Origin of everlasting Bliss. The gradual realization of this salvation we call evolution.

https://www.aurobindo.ru/workings/other/van_vrekhem-beyond_man.htm

 

 

 

no they dont. 

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25 minutes ago, Coil said:

It is necessary to grasp the subtlety of who God is and how the manifestation of the universe goes. The universe appears from Non-Being, the Unconscious part of the Absolute which is, as it were, opposite to the truth of God:

  Reveal hidden contents

The Almighty, in the course of his cosmic manifestation, being Infinite and not bound by any restrictions, can manifest in Himself, in his consciousness, hiding innumerable possibilities, something that would seem to contradict Himself, that which carries in itself Gloom, Unconsciousness, Inertia, Insensitivity , Disharmony and decomposition. It is these elements that form the basis of the material world and we attribute them to the sphere of the Unconscious, which, according to the Rig Veda, is the Ocean of the Unconscious; in this Ocean, the One was hidden, which rose and manifested itself in the form of a universe.

Matter is the first product of the Unconscious. The basis of the material consciousness in this world is not only the Ignorance, but also the Unconscious, which means that the consciousness here lies in material form and material energy.

For the ego, identifying itself with a separate form and limited action, is characterized by the consciousness of the multitude, devoid of true knowledge of the original unity; such consciousness is inherent in man and is reduced to a state of delusion and ignorance. It is called Avidya, or Ignorance.

We understand that the Absolute, the Spirit, the Divine and Being are one and the same. The transcendental is one, the Cosmos is one.

But at the same time, we see a multitude of creatures with their own ego, spirit, and similar but still different from each other nature. And since, in essence and in spirit, everything manifested is one, we are forced to admit that all this multitude is one, or, in other words, the One has become a multitude. But how can an Absolute be a limited form, or a man, and an animal or bird a Divine Being? Reasoning in this way and identifying these contradictions, the mind makes a double mistake, using the concept of a limited mathematical value: a unit, being less than two, can change its size and acquire the value "two" only as a result of division, addition or multiplication. We are dealing with an infinite primordial Oneness capable of containing one hundred, one thousand, one million, one billion and one trillion of any desired quantities. Any astronomical and super-astronomical numbers cannot measure and exceed this Unity; according to the Upanishads, it is immovable and does not seek to get away from you, but you cannot approach it, no matter how hard you try to do it. It can be said that infinite Oneness would not be such if it did not contain the ability to manifest infinite diversity. But this does not mean that the One has duality(good and evil) or can be limited or exhausted by the sum of the Set; on the contrary, the One is capable of becoming an infinite Set, for it exceeds all the limitations measured by the set, as well as all the limitations associated with the abstract mathematical concept of unities.

(yoga dictionary)

 

So, you are claiming to know a God who is, in fact, according to the Bible a complete impossibility:

 Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised, and his greatness is unsearchable.(Psalms 145:3)

Behold, these are but the outskirts of his ways, and how small a whisper do we hear of him! But the thunder of his power who can understand? (Job 26:14)

For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, declares the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts. (Isaiah 55:8–9)

Oh, the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are his judgments and how inscrutable his ways! "For who has known the mind of the Lord, or who has been his counselor?" (Romans 11:33-34, Job 42:1-6, Psalms 139:6, 17-18, and 147:5, Isiah 57:15, 1 Corinthians 2:10-11, 1 Timothy 6:13-16)

In short, you have confirmed you are a heretic who takes it upon himself to speak directly to the nature of a God who is unknowable.  I find it amusing that the Reveal Hidden Contents is empty.  Did God make you do that?  If so, he's very witty.

32 minutes ago, Coil said:

Thus, although creatures appear from unconscious avidya from Darkness and carry ignorance, God still carries them away to Light, Truth, Knowledge and Bliss as this is the true essence of God.

It turns out that the structure is as follows:

God (Light - Truth - Life) Darkness-Unconscious (hidden and suppressed Truth-Light) Manifestation

spiritual worlds (unity and harmony still present) lower supramental worlds (here begins the separation of beings and gods for diverse work in the universe) mental worlds (many gods and angels)
astral worlds of desire physical worlds (confrontations and wars between creatures)

Thus, a person needs to go through different worlds and Darkness and know God then he can become a universal divine being.

So now you transition directly into a full-on New Age trans-cultural theft fest.  Most of these ideas have no place in Christianity.  For example, the Avidya (ignorance) is a term stolen from Hinduism.  Why not just say Ignorance, if that is what you mean?  Instead you seek to dress up your questionable beliefs by stealing from traditional belief systems that often found themselves at odds with the whole notion of a single godhead.  This just undermines your position.  Are you a Hindu or a Christian? You certainly can't be both. 

40 minutes ago, Coil said:

Diversity is a game, or self-expression of the One, manifested in many forms and seeing itself in different guises, residing at the same time on different levels of consciousness and giving life to universal forces in their universal Movement. Diversity is hidden or manifested in unity.  Without it, Oneness would be an empty Nonexistence or powerless and useless limitation of the undisturbed pure peace.

So, in other words you are calling God a narcissist who likes looking at himself in different "outfits"?  Not much of a motive.

41 minutes ago, Coil said:

It is a sacrifice because God knows how creatures will suffer in evolution as being limited creatures having a spirit inside yourself that will outwardly fight the same spirit without knowing its true nature. And if God himself had evil then and at the highest level of God would have death, suffering and  pain but God doesn't have that, therefore God is Truth, Immortality and Bliss.

So God sacrificed all the creatures he made, not himself then.  We don't choose to be made, or to live, and rarely do we choose when we die.  That is all God's fault.  The whole conflict of spirit within against spirit without seems utterly pointless, and akin to soviet spies being sent to infiltrate China, only to be captured and executed by Soviet troops who were unaware of their mission and took them for Chinese spies.  It's ridiculous!  How could a deity who is supposed to know everything produce such a stupid system?  If that doesn't make you doubt the whole silly paradigm of religion, nothing will.  Stalin was an incompetent dictator and so is this God idea of yours.

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