Sunday, March 3, 2019
The Biblical Construct
Where Israel and its alleged dominion overlap is the variable structure of control that includes religion, government, finance, industry, education, punition, and entertainment. It bills itself as civilization, although in practice it is barely a semblance of what it means to be civil. While the relationship between Israel and the rest of humankind is certainly profitable for the privileged, it is hideously costly for everyone else.
In a primitive world, it is probable that the relationship between knowledge and ignorance leads inevitably to exclusivity and privilege. From the temporally limited perspective of existential competition, exclusionary segregation appears to be unquestionably advantageous. But we are sapient beings with unlimited existential potential, not animals limited to instinctual behavior. To regard humankind otherwise is to deny our miraculous and conspicuous cosmic gift. Is it the intent of God to ensure that most of us fail to rise above our animal instincts?
The only way for this disgraceful construct to be redeemable requires for it to be voluntarily superseded as a temporary structure. There does appear to be an "arc of the moral universe," but it is frail and long because every step has cost a prolonged and bloody battle. And now that Israel has been established as a citadel state, it is clear that its supremacism is not intended as a temporary structure. It is a searchlight unto the captive nations.
The actual power of the Biblical construct is not in the quality of its story nor in the craftiness of its machinations. Its actual power comes from the fastidiously obscured ability to reincarnate human beings. That is why the Bible is impenetrable to conventional logic. I have mentioned before that each one of us contains a seed that can be replanted; the Bible incorrectly understands it as the soul. To have one's seed preserved and replanted is what it means to be "saved" and "born again." Jacob's Ladder is the procedural framework between death and rebirth. Calvin was correct that it's for only the "elect."
Imagine the level of dominance achievable by frequent flyers with long memories. Then consider the seemingly invincible disparities of this world. The claim of godhood is not always the preposterous lie it appears to be; sometimes it is a common existential misunderstanding. It is necessary to note that the "people of the book" do not yet have a monopoly on reincarnation. The threat of nuclear weapons is particularly frightening for the world's existentially privileged people.
How immortal can one be if one's continued existence relies on the patronage of mortal beings, and if one can be erased by an atom bomb? The Biblical construct understandably misconceives the nature of existence as a phenomenon limited to space and time. The immortal soul manifests temporospatially as an electromagnetic singularity; it survives the universe as well as the body. That, I believe, is being demonstrated through me, especially for the select few who appear to know me better than I know myself.
Reincarnation and the soul are not mutually exclusive. There is nothing intrinsically wrong with reincarnation; but the clandestine manner in which it is practiced here is not only unjust, it ruins human existence by robbing it of its natural agency. The obsession to make humankind permanently subservient degrades and retards its development, and promises to ultimately expend it. To understand how humankind is actually regarded by the Biblical construct, consider how impoverished people are treated in countries ruled by capos, where anything can be done with impunity.
To understand how the Biblical construct actually regards God, consider the story and history of Israel, the "contender," that keeps God subdued like a private genie in order to power its own existential privilege. Regardless of this disgraceful state of affairs, God remains faithful to humankind. God does not hate the world, nor does he wish for people to eat porridge and dress in sackcloth. Although it may appear to be sophisticated from the perspective of existential ignorance, the Biblical construct is a work of spiritual adolescence. If not for how punitively destructive it actually is, humankind would have already outgrown it.