THE ANTI-CHRIST (2007)
I know that we have talked about the Anti-Christ or the ego in past chapters. Now we will go deeper into this subject .Most of the information comes from what I have learned, mostly from Jesus’ teachings, A Course in Miracles, and others plus the Urantia book. So here goes.
The Anti-Christ means against God or the Christ in us and can take on many forms,called Idols. Its not just the ego inside, Satan, devils or demons or the Illuminati, but anything that we give our energy away to and by our thoughts can become an Anti-Christ. This image is called an idol. It could be a sex goddess, or people who are obsessed with sex and always chasing after it. Giving sex more energy than it was created to have or deserves, Even using sex in evil ways or rituals, Such as they do in many black magic and DC-N.W.O. black lodge groups. They distort sex and make it into something else, usually evil. Sex can be made into something beautiful and positive or ugly and evil, all according to how you view it and use it. But if you distort it and make it into something it is not, then it can become the Anti-Christ.
It can be the love of money, the root of all evil. The world turns on the idol of money. We chase after it, society is based on it. Without working for the so called almighty dollar most could not survive. But when we give money more power than it had originally, it becomes an idol. When we want more money than our neighbors, like the global bankers and even though God provides everyone with a good amount, it becomes an idol. An idol can be a rich person or movie star, sports star, or head of government. Again, when we idolize them, they (their egos) get more energy than they deserve. They become our Anti-Christ. To much pleasure and power or the great desire to have them most often lead to the Anti-Christ, which means we replace the desire for God with these things.
Also powerful people become idols like Bush and Musa (Prime Minister in Belize) because they are greedy and want more power and money over their neighbors and their own people. Again they become the Anti-Christ. Remember Anti-Christ means to go against the Christ or God. It can be a new or special car like the bigger and better SUV people are driving around. The egotistic idea of the car is for the owner to impress people, to have more than his neighbors, to show how well off he is and to gain energy from those who idolize him. Who would desire to be like this instead of normal?
Idols can be other types of grown up “toys” as they are called, each costing lots of money and giving a little pleasure for a short while. An idol can be a new and much bigger house, much more than is needed, again to impress family, friends and others. Energy lost. An idol can be a rock star that is rich and famous and is given more energy than is deserved. Often times selling there souls or worshiping the devil to attain this success. Like lady Ga Ga . This creates an image for young people who even dress, walk, and talk like them (rap music is an example). And the women have their stars too, idols, and they are getting younger and younger. Women want to be beautiful and dress like them. Many of these young stars fall apart because their heads are not together enough to handle the energy and become a Anti-Christ to all the young people praising and following them.
An idol can be a location, a place where the hip people hang out or where the rich live in an upper class neighborhood where money and power are the name of the game. This becomes our idol and we give our power away again. The Anti-Christ or idol can be expensive video games that teach us to hurt, maim or kill our brother. It could be television or movies. Americans watch over nine hours per person per day and blast it around the world via satellite, six hours per day for those playing virtual videos. This idol often teaches violence and the “always doing somebody wrong song,” revenge, anger, hurt, pain, guilt, shame, suffering, sorrow or just plain stupidity, and dysfunctional sexual gestures teach the girls to be pretty and the boys to be macho warriors.
The idol can be competition. With sports there must always be a winner, never mind how you play the game, or it could be a beauty contest to become the most beautiful girl of the universe. All these things we give our thoughts and energy to. We can also give them to our profession to be famous, to be the top dog of our field, to win big contracts, to be better than our brother or neighbors even though we are all created equal. Our idol could be to be a record breaker, to be in the Guinness Book of Records. Or an evil picture where the trickster try's to make you think that it is a spiritual pic. This idol is also of the Anti-christ.
An idol can be a belief system, something that would impose on our neighbors’ beliefs and some evil idols can be so powerful as to be able to control the whole world, a “one world government.”(The Illuminati) It can be to control all the so called play “money” in the world through the fake banking system of the Banksters, and all those who chase after and worship this false God wrongly called Money. Or to control all the energy of the world through a conspiracy of a false oil shortage crisis or food shortage crisis. It can be to have a fake church or occult organization about Lucifer and/or Satan that worships the Trickster Anti-Christ instead of the Christ. The idol can be war, just for the sake of war, or for profit and/or power over others.
All of these idols can be the Anti-Christ if that is what we chase after. Even sex, when we chase after it . These two, sex and money get us into more trouble than anything else on this planet. We give it more power than it deserves so it becomes something else to us. We chase after money and it becomes our soul goal in life. We are told how much sex we should have, even when, where, how or why not. We are told how much money we should have, more, much more than our neighbors. All of these things are actually meaningless because in reality the idols we create are to fill the gap in our hearts and minds. We are looking outside of ourselves for the answers. We think these things will fill that gap. They give us temporary pleasures which fade away quickly so we want more, more sex, more drugs (legal and illegal), more money, more power, more pleasures, etc. and still we are unhappy. Our pleasure and happiness are soon gone, so we chase after it again, bigger, better, more and more and it never ends.
Even our sicknesses and diseases are a form of idols. We become diseased and overweight so people will pity us, feel sorry for us, even compassion, again an idol to get energy. Our thoughts create these idols. We are taught from childhood to make these idols. Society has programmed us to be like those in the system. Judgment can be an idol. We judge ourselves better than others by putting ourselves above the others. When we do this we are below them because we judged them according to our standards. Didn’t God make us all equal and give the same to all his children? He gave us all equal proportions so we would not want from our brother. Jesus said of the ego that he who exalts himself will be humbled and he who is humble will be exalted.
The idols, like our egos, are the invisible playmates we had, all starting when we were young. For example, when we were kids we were given toys to play with. The boys got war toys such as G-I Joe and the girls got dolls and housing toys such as the Barbie dolls. We used our imaginations, our thoughts, to play war. We played like we were the good guys and the other guys were the bad. And if we had no one to play with, we played by ourselves, using our imagination, moving the little GI-joy toy soldiers around; bam, bam, killing all the bad guys as we took over the others army and their country, wealth, etc. We were learning mostly to be the macho supporter. And the girls did the same with their Barbie dolls and doll houses and learning to be pretty, playing out the role of parents, each of them being prettier and more successful than the rest. To be like the Barbie doll is there goal and idol.
These games we played as children, taught us to project our thoughts, to create from our thoughts, to desire to have fun from the games, which is okay because as kids when the playtime was over we left our imaginary friends behind and they didn’t exist anymore. But we still learned with our thoughts to desire power, money, wealth, etc. And they were programming us for our future life. These idols that we created were put aside as we grew up, but we then replaced them with bigger and better toys.
Even after we grew up, we still had our toys, our idols, things which would give us some pleasure, fun sometimes, and we gave them our thoughts (mind) our power, our energy. Then as adults we should have put all of our toys aside as well as the games we played as children, but we didn’t. We actually became attached to them more to bring us happiness or joy or peace, and of course, they didn’t or couldn’t fill the gap in our hearts. So we thought we must need a bigger toy, a bigger, newer, and better SUV or a larger house or better job or better career, an Ego image we work to create to have others to notice us,or a better lover, more sex, more pleasure. But even that was fleeting, and part of our programing without us realizing it had been done to us. Part two and finale TM.