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November 13, 2014

The Savior said, “Brother Thomas, while you are still in the world, listen to me and I shall reveal to you what you have thought about in your heart.” Gospel of Thomas

Why do Christians fear these texts? This is a solid question—a solid question that needs to be followed by another question. Who laid down the “law” on Holy Scripture? What we are asking here: who said which texts are to be used to know and understand God? I have read and read and read Christian apologists and have found contradictions galore. I have studied “Christian” behavior based on man’s theologies on God and have seen the disparity of understanding as well as the poverty of Love. Why? Why is it so difficult for man to grasp the Nature of God? And even more importantly, build a framework within this Nature that aspires to ignite and regenerate revenue in the Church of Wisdom (Our Sophia)? We have been given some solid formations, but it seems these have cloaked and closeted more than these have brought forth Light on Truth.

Man goes so far in set administration and we see a breaking. We see the cracks forming daily; why not see these for what they are rather than clinging to something that will tear … explode … shatter into many pieces? Epically, as well as individually, we are told this in Holy Scripture. This would be where it says:

Neither do men put new wine into old bottles: else the bottles break, and the wine runneth out, and the bottles perish: but they put new wine into new bottles, and both are preserved.

 

The following is what I saw while putting in the above passage from the Gospel of Thomas: The Savior said, Brother Thomas. I saw a period after Brother Thomas. This caused me the natural pause one experiences when seeing a period. My first thought was that man stopped after Brother Thomas and set up shop in something that eventually became known in Society as Christianity—a Brotherhood mote. My thought was … man stopped searching the sea of Spiritual Knowledge … but I knew this was not the whole of it. What is it? I asked. What am I seeing in this period? Ah, yes, it was the period for Brothers. Let’s look at the reality of things (Prophesy). Like land and livestock, women were used and viewed as property. Man is still having a difficult time getting through this Period, understood as a moment in the Language of the Spirit. But in this, there is something more that needs bearing.

Take this passage …

For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall be joined unto his wife, and they two shall be one flesh.

For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and cleave to his wife;

And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh?

Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.

 

The first three are from the New Testament of the Bible, and the fourth is from Genesis. It does not say “shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall be joined unto his woman.” It says wife. Does wife really mean what Society thinks it means? In the old, man often had more than one female that he shared his bed with because it was important to increase in numbers for the work. Sons were profitable, and in many lands, they continue to be the more preferred. Females were the baby-bearers, and in many lands, and laws of man, they remain this. These are the less civilized doctrines of man, where female remains property. Even in our civilized Society, female is often viewed as property (trophy, prized possession, in service to set administration, but not much more …), much of this based on outward appearances, including financial status. Man is undetermined by way of his choices on this physical status. He does not move Spiritually when confined to appearances, which reveals itself as a dipping in the Well of Life. The trouble is … he has not learned how to swim the waters. He sits in the boat, jumps from ship to ship even, but never quite gets himself wet enough to know the catastrophic fund. Leaving the boat and entering the sea is an important place in understanding God.

I had a song in my head a few days ago. Brandy, you’re a fine girl. What a good wife you would be … but my life, my love and my lady … is the sea. I couldn’t get this out of my head. You know how that is when a song repeats and repeats and repeats 😉 Anyhow, charting waters, or learning how to swim? What lies beneath the waves is a powerful move.

Let’s consider … maybe “wife” is not referring to a piece of property, but a partner unlike any other in the verse. Could it be that ‘wife’ is referring to acuity born from Love?

Having seen the disparity and the poverty in the ideologies and doctrines of man, I am of the firm belief that wife in the above passages does not represent a woman for him to “cleave unto”. What wife represents in the Language is what man left according to the Book of Revelation. Recall it says, I have this against you, you left your first love.

 

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Peace and Love

 

 

 

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