Eliza: On Religion as a Tool of the Dark
I admit that the Church has not been the only culprit, but has been one of the most outstanding ones. Still, violence has been committed against people in the name of many religions for centuries. Why? Because it is an effective tool in keeping people separated from each other and ultimately from the Divine within. And with the sense of separation comes the fear of the unknown. The Church, with its dogma and threats, has manipulated people into believing that they required absolution through the intervention of a priest, minister or other religious people. According to Church doctrine, the individual was incapable of communicating directly with God, or whatever form of Divine, they worshipped.
How so, you might ask? Well, if people hold hatred within their hearts towards others, the Universal Law of Reflection, turns that hatred, also, inward to the one sending it forth. And the dark lords know the laws well and so intentionally use them against an ignorant and fearful people that they have cowed into obedience. And in feeling the self-hatred, the self-loathing is projected outward even more, until the one sending it forth has become a very effective tool in the hands of the dark lords, all the while incurring a great deal of karma for doing so. Thus control is assured for lifetimes as the individual attempts to work it out only to be ensnared again when they cannot break free of their bonds through their own effort.
This kind of behavior continues worldwide. In some countries where politics, science, and the worship of celebrities have become the new religions, there are still attacks made on those who are different, don’t fit in, are of other cultures, poor, mentally or physically disabled and so on.
I stepped away from my Christian heritage years ago. After reading a huge tome on the origins of Christianity I began to realize that it was a fabricated religion that has been manipulated and adapted to suit the motives and plans of those who hold the true power within its secret interior. So cowed were the heads of countries, kings, and emperors that they dreaded the threat of excommunication… that is unless they had the audacity to create and install their own pope, such as happened in the early years of the Renaissance in France. For a short time, there were two popes, which must have been confusing to the most literate of the population, primarily church-taught scholars.
It was events such as this that have convinced me that the church, while outwardly appears to be a light upon the dark world, is merely a tool used by skilled politicians and manipulators behind the scenes to keep humanity at each other’s throats. Divide and conquer has long been the way the masses of humanity have been kept in check and it is have been very effective, at least up until now… with the dawning of the Satya Yuga, the new golden age.
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