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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Religion, Peace &
‘Interfaith’ Dialogue

What is religion?


The duality of believer and non-believer.

A duality which creates divisions between people—for example, between (as well as among) Jews, Christians and Muslims—based upon the belief and disbelief of certain religious doctrines.

A duality in which the believers in those doctrines are defined as ‘good’ and all non-believers in those doctrines are defined as ‘evil’.

In other words, every religion’s characterization of its believers as ‘good’ and its non-believer as ‘evil’ is intrinsic to the very definition of religion; and no religion can exist independently of the claim that those who believe in that religion are, somehow, better—more holy, more ‘blessed’, and/or more intelligent—than those who do not believe in that religion.

That is, quite simply, what religion is; shorn of all illusions:

An inescapable duality.

(In other words, a duality that NO ‘Inter-faith’ dialogue is capable of resolving, regardless of how much the religious officials may try.)

But this initial and fundamental characteristic of religion is the starting point for a downward spiral into conflict, violence, terrorism, warfare and genocide—something which the monotheistic religious officials are, of course, paid NOT to understand (or they would not be able to justify their jobs).

All of which violence, terrorism, warfare and genocide originate, however, in the duality created by religious doctrine; or, more specifically, by the thoughts created by the “beast of the earth” (Revelations 13, verse 12 and Quran 27, verse 82) consciousness of the ‘thinker’ in direct and specific denial of reality and contradiction of the Revelations.

Thus, insofar as all ‘Inter-faith’ dialogue is based upon preserving the fundamental dualities of religion, such a dialogue CANNOT be effective in either achieving genuine Peace or eliminating religious terrorism once and for all

On the contrary, Peace can be found only beyond the dualities of the ‘fallen’, dualistic, consciousness of the ‘thinker’.

Michael (Chapter 12, verse 1 of the Book of Daniel, Sura 2, verse 98 of the Quran, Column XVII of the Scroll of the War of the Sons of Light & Chapter 3, verse 12 of the Revelation of John) and

Sarah-->Elijah-->John the Baptist-->Mohammed-->Elizabeth (Chapter 12, verse 13 of the Book of Daniel and Chapter 11, verse 14 & Chapter 17, verses 10-13 of the Gospel of Matthew(1987) (7th Church) for:

(Seven Women, Seven Churches and Seven Sisters )

Hagar-->the apostle Mary-->Danielle (1982-1987) (6th Church)

(March, 1987— )

Isaac-->the apostle John-->Robin (1986) (4th Church)

Ishmael-->the apostle Peter-->Cindy (1992) (5th Church)

Jacob-->the apostle Thomas-->Linda (1987- (2nd Church)

Esau-->the apostle, Judas-->Susan (1970) (1st

Isaiah’s wife-->the apostle James-->Kimberly (2000-  (3rd 

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