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Sex in Religion

Postby Anders » Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:03 pm

I have found Jordan Maxwell to be the most hardcore alternative researcher. Recently I heard him in a couple of videos mentioning really outrageous things. He said that Moses asked God to show himself. God said that nobody can see His face, but he told Moses to go behind a bush where God mooned him. I laughed my ass off at that incredible claim, but then later I looked it up, and check out this fine art by Michelangelo:

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And indeed there is an article with that picture and the following explanation:

"The Jewish scholars of the third century B.C. knew Greek and Hebrew equally well (they lived back then); Jerome was no amateur; and James’s scholars went back to the Hebrew for their version. I think that Michelangelo agreed with the scholars who retained the plural, for he clearly represents the butt-crack of God, with the two globes of the buttocks vividly distinct. The NRSV is just being prudish for their contemporary audience." - https://botticellismars.wordpress.com/2 ... gods-butt/

Here is a politically correct version (NIV) of the Bible verse:

"Then I will remove my hand and you will see my back; but my face must not be seen." - Exodus 33:23

But wait, it gets even crazier. Maxwell said that when the Jews are standing at the Wailing Wall and moving their bodies back and forth, they are having sex with the Shekhinah, the female aspect of God. Female part of God? God's butt?!

And as for Christianity, Maxwell said that Christ comes from christos which means oil, and anointed means pouring oil over the head or something like that, but it's on the penis head. So an anointed one is someone who puts oil on his penis before having (butt?) sex.

I told you his claims are outrageous. Are there any truths to them? Could be, because the article I quoted supports parts of Maxwell's story and Shekhinah is indeed a female term:

"Due to the fact that Shekhinah is gendered feminine in Hebrew, many believe that it also represents G-d’s feminine attributes" - https://www.stateofformation.org/2012/0 ... n-judaism/

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Re: Sex in Religion

Postby Anders » Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:46 pm

Jordan Maxwell also said that the western religions, such as Christianity, Judaism and Islam come from Hinduism. I think I will do some research about sex in Hinduism. It's important to point out that Jordan thinks that the words of Jesus are brilliant and beautiful and profoundly spiritual insight. So this is serious stuff.

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Re: Sex in Religion

Postby Anders » Tue Aug 21, 2018 1:31 am

But isn't having anal sex a sin in Christianity and in the other major religions, especially between homosexual men? Yes, it's a sin, for:
"‘Do not have sexual relations with a man as one does with a woman; that is detestable." - Leviticus 18:22

So what is going on then? Jordan Maxwell said that religion is about business which in turn is based on commerce which means sex. Marriage is like a business contract, Jordan said. Corey Goode talked about some extraterrestrials or inner earth people or what it was, where they live in small communities and where children are raised by the entire community, and who knows if that's true or not but at least it would clearly be possible. Heck, not even animals in nature need a marriage license to have children.

Marriage, then, is a huge social engineering tool for herding people by putting a lid on sex and restricting it to a bondage between only two people, one man and one woman bound by a license. This has probably been necessary throughout history, but marriage is an artifact fabricated by humans (or divinely imposed as a social rule) and even the Bible indicates that marriage will no longer be needed:
Jesus replied, “You are in error because you do not know the Scriptures or the power of God. At the resurrection people will neither marry nor be given in marriage; they will be like the angels in heaven." - Matthew 22:29-30

And Jesus said that what is bound on earth shall be bound in heaven, and what is loosen on earth will be loosed in heaven.
"Jesus replied, “Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah, for this was not revealed to you by flesh and blood, but by my Father in heaven. And I tell you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not overcome it. I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.”" - Matthew 16:17-19

One expert said that loose here can mean made permissible. And if Jordan is correct, that religion is based on sex, the keys given to Peter by Jesus may refer to binding and loosing what is sexually permissible.

And Jesus saying that people will become like angels in heaven, does not necessarily mean absence of sex, because the Bible indicates that angels can have sex, such as:
"They called to Lot, “Where are the men [angels] who came to you tonight? Bring them out to us so that we can have sex with them.”" - Genesis 19:5

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Re: Sex in Religion

Postby Anders » Tue Aug 21, 2018 3:01 am

Amazingly, the seemingly outrageous connection between Peter's keys to earth and heaven and sex fits what I have posted about the Vatican symbolism of those keys. I have taken Harald Kautz-Vella's - another hardcore alternative researcher - information about binary vs trinary black goo and related it to the Vatican's gold and silver keys.

The Bible has profound truths I believe, but much is deliberately obscured it seems to allow a gradual revelation. The overall idea in the Bible is that our world is fallen and this is similar to Harald's description of binary black goo, which lacks a heart connection.

Purple is a royal color, indicating a divine right to rule here on earth I guess. But the divine right is for ruling our fallen world, not for heavenly rulership. And purple is based on the primary colors red plus blue. The color of the heart chakra is green, which is missing in the fallen form of power. And that's the key. The Vatican keys are gold and silver representing yellow and white. Both yellow and white contain the primary color green, which indicates the trinary black goo Harald said has a heart connection as opposed to the binary (and fallen) black goo which only has connection to sexuality and the mind.

According to Harald, sex is the color red, heart is green and mind is the color blue. The royal purple has blue in it, but it is the fallen kind of binary black goo mind, and that's power that needs to suck power from something else in order to function. That's like deadly orgone energy (DOR), which is stagnant. Positive orgone is related to sexual energy, which is a good force but which becomes destructive without a heart connection.

Sinful sexuality is sex outside marriage in our fallen world. The gold key unlocks sexuality on earth and makes it permissible outside marriage. The silver key unlocks the higher mind of heaven and contains blue as a part of the color white which symbolizes wholeness by containing the full spectrum of visible light. The key to both keys so to speak is the heart connection. Without the color green of the heart, sexuality outside marriage remains a sin.

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Re: Sex in Religion

Postby Anders » Tue Aug 21, 2018 4:21 am

Just to show how significant the color symbolism is, here is a map with the flag of Israel and the flags of surrounding nations:

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All flags in the picture have the color white in them. That correlates with the Vatican silver key. Israel's flag has the color blue, indicating mind. Notice that the surrounding flags in addition to red for sexuality, have the color green in them. That's the heart connection.

Trump recently moved the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem. That resonates with:
"I saw the Holy City, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride beautifully dressed for her husband." - Revelation 21:2

As Jordan Maxwell said: Nothing in this world works the way you think it does. So instead of the surrounding countries being enemies of Israel, their true purpose is probably to somehow combine the heart connection with Israel.

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Re: Sex in Religion

Postby Anders » Tue Aug 21, 2018 5:53 am

But is there any actual scientific evidence for a supposed heart connection? In this video Clif High explains how Russian scientists have had access to ancient Hindu knowledge and they know about what he calls subtle forces and negentropy:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kd-6hGnUPG8

To me that sounds like intelligent energy, as opposed to the usual physical matter in our fallen world perspective that only follows simple and fixed laws. And just like how Jordan Maxwell points us in the direction of ancient India when it comes to religion, so does Clif High regarding science.

The heart then is symbolism for the connection to this subtle and intelligent energy, or as Jesus said: the kingdom of God is within you and in our midst.

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Re: Sex in Religion

Postby Anders » Tue Aug 21, 2018 7:51 am

The heart chakra symbol curiously has a Star of David shape in the middle. Harald Kautz-Vella has talked about the difference between trinary 60 degrees energy and binary 90 degrees energy. The Star of David has 60 degrees angles and would then represent (maybe among other things) trinary energy which includes love, whereas the binary energy is the fallen kind.

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"Anahata is the first chakra that carries a more refined, spiritual energy (and so all the chakras above it). This chakra is also a gateway between the material and the spiritual (3 material-level chakras below it and 3 spiritual-level chakras above it). Some suggest that decisions made on Anahata chakra and above are not driven by karmic causality and therefore do not bind one further into the world of duality." - https://experientialsexlab.com/make-lov ... 4-anahata/

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Re: Sex in Religion

Postby Anders » Tue Aug 21, 2018 11:36 am

"Hinduism considers sex to be only between husband and wife. Premarital sex is considered a sin. It was very strictly prohibited in the ancient period of time."

"I began to wonder why I saw an erotic art in the temple. This is a holy place, but there are so many pictures of people in sexual poses. Why?"

From: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/rajan-th ... 83732.html

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In this video the presenter explains that according to Hinduism a person has three bodies; 1) physical, 2) subtle and 3) causal.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4LxCpOzRHs

It seems that in mainstream Hinduism and in the major western religions, there is a separation between sexuality and spirit. The sexual art is therefore connected to the more esoteric Tantra tradition: "Teun Goudriaan, who first attempted to define “Tantrism” in terms of union with divinity, much like Tsongkhapa. He defined it as “the systematic quest for salvation or for spiritual excellence by realizing and fostering the bipolar, bisexual divinity within one’s own body.”" - http://religion.oxfordre.com/view/10.10 ... 40378-e-59

What is needed to transcend sinful sexuality is a unification of the physical and spirit. Without that unity, the ancient sexual art is perceived from a divided perspective and appears sinful, and is sinful. And even though mainstream Hinduism recognizes the spiritual aspects of the human body, it seems that after some brief armchair research that it's only in esoteric traditions such as Tantra where the sacred aspect of sexuality is included.

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Re: Sex in Religion

Postby Anders » Tue Aug 21, 2018 6:55 pm

Oh my, I did searches about sexuality in relation to all kinds of religions and spiritual traditions, and found basically nothing about sacred sexuality in any way I could understand it, except perhaps how Eros/Cupid in Ancient Greek and Roman mythology/religions shoots arrows through the heart of people: "His arrows are of different power: some are golden, and kindle love in the heart they wound; others are blunt and heavy with lead, and produce aversion to a lover." - https://pantheon.org/articles/e/eros.html

That's the heart and gold again signifying sexuality and the heart connection to trinary energy, plus lead which then indicates fallen energy. He is also the son of Aphrodite/Venus which I believe is significant because Jesus Christ said that he is the morning star, which most directly translates to planet Venus.

The Book of Revelation, although profound I think, is very tricky and contains many obscure metaphors. If Jordan Maxwell is correct, there should be an enormous amount of sexual references in the Book of Revelation, not just the obvious immoral sexuality:

"The word-group related to πορνεία (porneia) occurs 55 times in the entire New Testament. Interestingly, there are 19 occurrences of the word in several of its various forms in the Book of Revelation alone. ... and is translated in the ESV as “sexual immorality” in six cases, and simply “immorality” in one case (Rev. 19:2)." - http://thinktheology.org/2015/04/25/por ... evelation/

So what else in the Book of Revelation could be a metaphor for sexuality? A part of the answer probably lies in the color red, and therefore blood in the New Testament is then code for sexuality. That's just a hypothesis and I have to do more research about that.

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Re: Sex in Religion

Postby Anders » Wed Aug 22, 2018 5:15 am

I looked up the word "blood" in the Book of Revelation and there are several mentioning of blood in many what to me seems to me to be metaphors, and possibly meaning sex. Here is one example:

"Then one of the elders asked me, “These in white robes—who are they, and where did they come from?”

I answered, “Sir, you know.”

And he said, “These are they who have come out of the great tribulation; they have washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb." - Revelation 7:13-14

It seems doubtful that washing robes in blood will make them white in an actual meaning, but if holy blood means the spiritual transmutation from fallen sexuality (Eros' lead arrows) into holy union (Eros' gold arrows), then that Bible passage makes more sense. But that's only a theory. And I will stop here because going further will lead into a false direction if that hypothesis is false.


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