Warning: Read the following information at the risk of committing a ‘thought crime’ in violation of H.R. 1955. See:
On the Division of Jerusalemand the
Prophecy of August, 1979*
The division of Jerusalem is the geo-political manifestation of “the Fall”; that is, the geo-political manifestation of the loss of the non-spatial, non-temporal “observing consciousness” with which man was Created “by and in the image of God” (Genesis 1:27); and its replacement by a ‘classical’, dualistic consciousness originating in self-reflection; which gives rise to the illusion of the ‘form’ or the image of the spatialized consciousness, the illusion of the temporal continuity of which is established through the postulation of the thought of the ‘thinker’, the ‘self’ or the ‘I’ originating in fear and desire.
Inasmuch as the ‘classical’, dualistic consciousness is not the non-temporal, non-spatial “observing consciousness” with which man was Created by God—see, also, Buddhist psychology, the esoteric Eastern traditions, and the teachings of J. Krishnamurti—the geo-political manifestation of this consciousness will never result in Peace, but can only result in an escalation of division, duality, conflict and violence.
Thus, whereas the confrontation between Judaeo-Christian civilization and Islamic civilization is the large-scale manifestation of the consequences of the disinterpretation of the Doctrine of “resurrection” as the physical raising of a dead body from the grave—when it should be understood as, instead, a Doctrine of Rebirth; the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians is, more specifically, the manifestation of an egregious disunderstanding of the characteristics of the consciousness with which man was Created by God.
In other words, the division of Jerusalem is the geo-political manifestation of the severely mistaken belief that the ‘classical’, dualistic consciousness originating in self-reflection (referred to in the Hypostasis of the Archons from the Nag Hammadi Codices as “Samael, the god of the blind”) is, in fact, the consciousness with which man was Created by God.
Thus, the two fundamental errors which will no longer be believed after the horrors of the coming “time of trouble” (Daniel 12:1) are: 1) the erroneous interpretation of the Doctrine of “resurrection” as the physical raising of a dead body from the grave; and 2) the erroneous assumption that the ‘classical’ consciousness originating in self-reflection was, in fact, Created by God.
Mi cha el (Daniel 12:1, Sura 2:98 of the Koran, Column XVII of the Scroll of the War of the Sons of Light)
*The crucial question, of course, is whether the Prophecy of August, 1979 will be fulfilled (you’ll know it—too late, of course—when you see it) before or after the Prophecy of August, 1987 (see below).