Never has so much paper been devoted to such a little scrap of papyrus — a scrap that suggests some Christians thought Jesus was a married man.Continue Reading...
Archives For Ancient Mysteries
It seems like there is an ever present “Satan” constantly being the opposer of good/light/wisdom and no I don’t mean Satan in the way Satan is portrayed in the bible, by satan I mean the opposer and there are many, endless Satans and anyone can be satan really, the mailman, your wife, your child and even ones own self. But it seems like the more good one is the more one is attacked by the Satan (the opposer). This of course sometimes makes us doubt or question our goodness, puts us in a place of wanting to go back on our service to others.
It seems like we struggle more to be kind and less to be unkind! as if there is some sort of having to work for being kind, but I wonder, is it maybe because what we give out we receive and so because we will receive the same back our worthiness has to be tested? sometimes I wonder, because I know people who are kind only because they want to put on a show or gain some kind of status…in other words it’s not genuine. And it’s not like because one is kind and service oriented that it means that one is perfect and flawless but we just don’t carry self serving energy. As lightworkers/Starseeds and hybrid children it’s our nature to be this way, just like it’s in the suns nature to shine every day and it knows no other way to be and the only time it is any other way is when it is eclipsed by the moon…it’s very own Satan.
But even the sun has it’s dark days, it’s eclipses and so too do we and that makes our good days even sweeter and likewise when we struggle and face adversity even when we are kind and good it seems that much sweeter when others are kind and good to us. So at times when the Satans are opposing me I should remind myself to continue to rise up and realize that this satan is opposing me not because the Satan (opposer) is evil or negative and wants to do us harm but because it wants to make sure we are genuine in what we give and worthy of what we receive.
So when you are in that moment when everything seems to come crashing down on you like a relentless storm from hell, perceiver! and see the true cause of your struggles and tribulations aren’t to keep you down and destroy you, in fact quite the opposite! your struggles while very difficult and often times unwelcomed will make you not only stronger but also they are there to help you become better than the you you were yesterday. At one point or another we will all go through hell…but what many don’t know about hell is how truly magnificent it really is… hell is symbolic of the purification of the soul… it is the burning of our old selves, of that which no longer serves us and our rising up of our new selves like a phoenix rising out of the ashes, the same way you rise up a better and stronger you after the struggle and tribulations and the “hell” you’ve endured.
“It had mtDNA (mitochondrial DNA) with mutations unknown in any human, primate, or animal known so far. But a few fragments I was able to sequence from this sample indicate that if these mutations will hold we are dealing with a new human-like creature, very distant from Homo sapiens, Neanderthals and Denisovans.”
“The implications are huge.”
“I am not sure it will even fit into the known evolutionary tree,” the geneticist wrote.
He added that if the Paracas individuals were so biologically different, they would not have been able to interbreed with humans.
The results need to be replicated and more analysis undertaken before final conclusions can be drawn. We will update when more details emerge. (Full Article: http://higherperspective.com/2014/02/dna-analysis-elongated-skull-released-results-incredible.html)
A 1,200-year-old Egyptian manuscript tells the story of the crucifixion with incredible plot twists – including the revelation that Jesus could change shape.
The ancient illuminated text’s claim explains why Judas used a kiss to betray Jesus, since the Christian Messiah had the ability to transform his appearance.
It also claims Jesus in fact spent his last supper with the man who ordered his execution, Roman prefect Pontius Pilate, who is said to have offered to sacrifice his own son in Jesus’ place.