Monday, May 25, 2015

In the Presence of the Divine or a Habitation of Demons.

Dog Poet Transmitting.......

I wonder what goes through a dog's mind when he sees us peeing in his water bowl.

I know it is an ongoing question. I don't know how long it has gone on and it may continue to go on for as long as there are minds to raise questions. It is not an ongoing question for me. I have answered that question to my own satisfaction and that is all that matters, or all that should matter. We are not here to work out other people's crises of faith. I say crises of faith because, regardless of whatever assurances anyone might have, at some point it comes down to faith. Faith is the last step that ignites the flame of enduring awareness that is seated upon a bottomless well, filled with the oil of eternal love. That step of faith is sometimes a leap of faith because the gulf that must be traversed, varies in relation to whatever lingering doubts are possessed by the one faced with the crossing.

By now you have probably guessed that the question is whether a divine being exists or not. For some there is no question about it; God absolutely does exist or... there is no god. The belief that there is no god is as irrelevant as was the argument concerning whether the Earth revolved around The Sun or The Sun revolved around the Earth. What is true concerning that has been effectively proven in a scientific manner and is no longer in doubt, except where doubt is the objective.

There are places where people still put out bowls of fruit to appease the god of thunder, or rip the hearts out of sacrificial victims in order to satisfy the blood lusts of demons who are worshiped as god. Both of these events still occur, though they may be cloaked as something else. That's how they like to do it in these modern times. They conceal it as something else. One example of that would be the routine, ritual murder of The Palestinians by those who stole their lands and their identity and now present themselves as the original people from that location, which they are not. They have a contract with The Demon Kingdom and must provide the blood of innocents that the demons drink from the sands where they are murdered.

Now... as far as whether god exists in a way that can be scientifically proven, well, that has already been done. As you should know by now, since we mention it often enough here, physicists have proven that the universe is thought born. What else can that possibly mean? It most evidently means that there had to be an original thinker and there had to be a mind capable of generating existence through the power of thought. Is this not proof? Sure... defining the ineffable, that is going to be uh... heh heh, impossible, now and forever more but that there is such a being, however mysterious and incomprehensible it might be, that is no longer a matter of doubt. It is only a matter of denial.

99.99% of the time, when you ask an atheist or an agnostic why they have the perspective they have, they will mention religion. Even I, with my limited grasp of the subject, can shoot as many holes in that apples and oranges debate as I can in the NIST explanation of what happened on 9/11. Now, of course, just because something can be proven means nothing to those who prefer to argue, no matter what the facts may say. By example we have that particular retort that has been heard in several locations in recent times by 9/11 deniers; “even if it were proven to be true, I still wouldn't believe it.”

It bothers the faithful all over the world, in many different ways and at many levels of intensity that there is such a large portion of the world that does not believe in god; more specifically, their god. In many cases, all that bothers them is that these others do not believe in their god. This means they believe in some version of god but their faith only exists within the confines of their own particular- and in some cases- peculiar tradition of scripture and ritual. Everything outside of that is wrong, misled and might as well be atheistic because it certainly is heretical. I'm guessing we all know what has happened to heretics at certain times. As far as modern day expressions of dealing with heretics goes, one has only to look at what is happening to Christians in Africa at the hands of Muslim fundamentalists.

The whole matter is drenched in irony. One example is that the majority force behind the financing and promotion of atheism are the so inclined Jews. Supposedly Judaism is a religion. Okay... Satanism is a religion too and Judaism is a version of that ...just as is Scientology and all kinds of other organizations from O.T.O. to any number of New Age curriculums. Unfortunately, most of the major religions presently qualify as Satanism. I don't think I need to go into how that happens to be true. Let me simply say, “by their works ye shall know them.”

This isn't recent. This has been the case for centuries and therein lies the fallacy of using religions as evidence that there is no god. Certainly, a sincere seeker who searches after the ineffable, within the confines of any religion, can find the ineffable. A true believer can be transfigured by the preaching of a total charlatan or mountebank, if their faith is real. Many an Elmer Gantry has brought a seeking soul to Jesus Christ. That is just one of the curiosities of the whole dynamic.

Let's move on to why any of this got brought up today here. If god is a proven, though an impossible to define or comprehend entity, then what should be the number one concern of anyone who has ever lived or who is presently alive? That would seem to me to be a no brainer. It would, of course, be one's relationship to the almighty. If the divine is real then what else should one be doing with their time? It seems clear to me that people rationalize away this truth in order to make accommodations for lifestyles built around physical attractions, personal desires and appetites. That is what it comes down to and once we have lied to ourselves and... that is what any accommodation of convenience amounts to, that lie begins to replicate into everything we do. Once the initial deception is set, it is all downhill from there and whatever religion one engages in gets bent to accommodate as well. The good news with that, if it is good news, is that it has already been bent for these very reasons. You may not find it in the original scriptures, should you have access to them, but you will definitely find it in the interpretations and footnotes.

By now, anyone in possession of a brain should be able to see to what extent the organized church is in bed with their depraved and demonic government. Let me further mention that what is taking place between the church and state in that bed is not for the faint of heart. What other conclusion can we come to when we observe what it is the parishioners are exhorted to do and programmed to believe by their priests and pastors?

Why does the corruption, on the one hand, continue to get worse and worse and on the other hand, continue to get more and more exposed? It is The Apocalypse. It is for the purpose of judgment and for the purpose of demonstration. This is a regular occurrence in the cycle of events within any age. Do you want to know what time it is? This is what time it is. Part of me would love for it to be yesterday- meaning much further back than yesterday and some portion of me would like it to be tomorrow; some kind of new tomorrow but... it is what it is. We are who we are and we are where we are. It is what it is. What it is we may not be completely clear on but... it still is what it is, just like the rotation of The Sun and The Earth and the existence of God.

Alright then. If God is Real, then it goes without saying that nothing and no one is more powerful than God. It goes without saying that no one, no matter how independently it seems that they operate, is outside of the sphere of the influence of the divine. The power of the divine is greater than the massed power of everything else put together.

What does all scripture say? It says that God is merciful and forgiving. We have heard that God is Love. We have been told that God is friend and lover, Mother and Father. We have been told that God is the origin of our being and the final resolution of it. What conclusions and direction can we draw from all of this? I will leave that in your hands.

There is no greater occupation or objective than the pursuit of the ineffable. There is no more rewarding pursuit. There is no more profitable pursuit and there is no such thing as hyperbole in this regard. Words fail and I will take my leave of them at this point.

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Ray B. said...

Vis: "Part of me would love for it to be yesterday - meaning much further back than yesterday - and some portion of me would like it to be tomorrow; some kind of new tomorrow, but... it is what it is. We are who we are, and we are where we are. It is what it is."

That reminded me of one of the great soliloquies. From The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) :

Sam (Samwise Gamgee):

"I know. It's all wrong. By rights, we shouldn't even be here. But, we are.

It's like in the great stories, Mr. Frodo. The ones that really mattered. Full of darkness and danger, they were. And sometimes, you didn't want to know the end. Because, how could the end be happy? How could the world go back to the way it was, when so much bad had happened?

But in the end, it's only a passing thing, this shadow. Even darkness must pass. A new day will come. And when the sun shines, it will shine out the clearer.

Those were the stories that stayed with you. That meant something, even if you were too small to understand why.

But I think, Mr. Frodo, I do understand. I know, now. Folk in those stories had lots of chances of turning back, only they didn't. They kept going. Because they were holding on to something. ... That there's some good in this world, Mr. Frodo... and it's worth fighting for."

Great words...

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Visible said...

Greatest work of alleged fiction ever written. Sean Connery turned down the role of Gandalf in the film and then retired. He'd have been the better choice.

Eudoxia said...

You guys just blow me away. The problem of God is too many Westeners still equate God with Yahweh which is why I don't raise the subject of God with most people. Only the ones who understand God is not the concept of hate, jealousy, envy and smiting people left right and centre are the ones I prefer to meander with on this most important topic. it should be the topics of topics and it's the absence of the ineffable in people's lives that allow the demonically inclined to have a field day on this plane. This is the Golden Age for demons but it's time has now come to pass and it is passing.

Eudoxia said...

I'm not so sure of Connery in that role Viz but I do know that Jeff Bridges sucked in his role of wizard in Seventh Son big time, they just don't make em like they used to!

Visible said...

I turned off the Seventh Son after about 15 minutes. What I saw was terrible.

Ray B. said...

Vis, Sean Connery in the role of Gandalf would have been interesting. The closest 'role' of him to a Wizard might have been his role as the "Immortal" character Juan Sánchez Villa-Lobos Ramírez in the Highlander film series. It is tough twisting my mind into that combination... (grin)


Eudoxia Jones, May 25, 2015 9:32:00 AM :

"The problem of God is too many Westeners still equate God with Yahweh..."

The additional problem is that too many Westerners don't know that Yahweh was probably Enlil. Once you get that, all the 'personality problems' of "God" fall right into place. "Hate, jealousy, envy, and smiting people left right and centre" were defining traits of Enlil.

The big question around this "God" is whether "He" left the planet after the big Anunnaki civil war, or whether "He" is still skulking around somewhere...

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Eudoxia said...

I persevered but have no clue why it was one of the worst movies I've ever seen blah

Matt Mc said...

Just when I think you have said it razor sharp... this post bubbles into my world. I love this place.

Anonymous said...

via Homer..

"The living entity is wandering in this way, life after life—sometimes as human being, sometimes as demigod, sometimes as brahmana, sometimes as sudra, sometimes as tree, sometimes as insect, sometimes as fish, so many. Sometimes as birds. And in different planets also, not only in this planet."

Pradyumna: (reading:) “…but his whole advancement of material happiness immediately terminates along with his body as soon as his life is over. Death is therefore taken as the representative of God for the atheistic class of men. The devotee realizes the presence of God by devotional service, whereas the atheist realizes the presence of God in the shape of death. At death everything is finished, and one has to begin a new chapter of life in a new situation, perhaps higher or lower than the last one.

The living entity is wandering in this way, life after life

Anonymous said...

Viz et al,

It would be uncomfortable having to pretend to like the rings and beatles and other plebian trash. So I just don't. Mr. Connery was right.

Love anyway,

Magdelena < bored of the rings cat person and yes it is Enlil they speak of

Love To Push Those Buttons said...

Enlil is an incompetent boob. He left survivors.

Anyway, here is the ultimate drug of the day:

The Great Game Is Over -- The Jig Is Up

And I suppose this is sorta related to this post:

Louis CK Learns About The Catholic Church

Well, at least it got a few chuckles out of me.

Nice to know the light at the end of the tunnel may be just around the corner, huh?

Anonymous said...

Religion and government are two faces of the same control structure from the never-varied two-choice menu, sort of like republicrats and dempublicans, commies and kapitalists, God vs. the Devil, etc.. It's been that way since the start. The only thing that isn't clear is which came first, the chicken or the egg? religion or government?


PK said...

Morning Les, Jesus says we must enter the kingdom of heaven as little children, just as faithfully as when i call my son and he comes to me. (poem) Maui wowie, Kona gold, there is One God, if you are not to old.
Belief is to know what you see, hear, smell etc. to be true.
Faith is believing in those realities unseen, seeing with the eye of faith.
Faith is like sails on a ship, a saving power source.
Mind is your ship, the spirit of God is your pilot, the human will is captain. The master of the mortal vessel should have the wisdom to trust the divine pilot to guide the ascending soul into the harbors of eternal survival. Only by selfishness, slothfulness, and sinfulness can the will of man reject the guidance of such a loving pilot and eventually wreck the mortal career upon the evil shoals of rejected mercy and upon the rocks of embraced sin. With your consent, this faithful pilot will safely carry you across the barriers of time and the handicaps of space to the very source of the divine mind and on beyond, even to the Paradise Father of spirits. surfs up dude

PK said...

One more thing Les, , being divinely created, we have been equipped to discern the fact, the law, and the love of God since birth. Satanic society is leading man astray. Men fail to seek, and do not find, and then conclude—no God. All one has to do is accept one’s divine inheritance, thru faith,( the price one pays to enter into the Kingdom of Heaven) and salvation is free gift from God.. All anyone has to do is have faith in our common Creator as the offspring of the Eternal and eternal life is yours now even in this life in the flesh. Love God forever PK

wiggins said...

Do you want to know what time it is?
Don't ask these two characters...

Ray B. said...

Magdelena < bored of the rings:

Magdelena, there is a reason Vis just called it the "Greatest work of alleged fiction ever written."

I call Tolkien's work a Guidebook. When I was traveling around England/Scotland/Wales/Ireland, I 'ran into' many types familiar from this work. I ran into (real) Elves, broadly recognizable as those Tolkien wrote about. I even ran into "Tom Bombadil" types, which I call Stone-Circle-Entities because of where I first encountered them. Etc.

The materialist hype around The Rings is bogus, but I encourage you to not dismiss Tolkien's Guidebook in reaction...

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Eudoxia said...

@ Ray B yes Enlil, I don't know if it's still skulking around here but it's offspring most certainly are. I am quite convinced at this point in time that the genetic abomination known as psychopathy comes from this bloodline.

I actually like watching Game of Thrones because it shows that nothing has changed, we are just given the illusion of change via The matrix. It shows the blood lust of this lineage to quote Cersies "We don't plough the fields or toil in the mines, we take what is ours" they think they own the entire planet.

LOL Buttons - what do you do with the purity bricks? We turn them into pulp and make Bibles! PRICELESS

Eudoxia said...

Getting back to the seventh son, there was a message in that and it was produced by the Chinese. The evil queen was destroyed before the blood moon. There was a blood moon after it's release and I think the next blood moon is in September interesting timing................

Visible said...

A new Smoking Mirrors is up now-

It is Not Easy to be Arthur Topham.

Alan Jong said...

Anyway Layne Thomas Staley is was Christ reincarnated, the reason why you share his Birthday, is your the rider on the pale horse. it's a cosmic play and there's 22 chapters of revelation to run through as the count down to zero hour begins, and time is dissolved. Time in the sense as it's found upon Earth.
"Eternity comprehends the World, either by Necessity, or
Providence, or Nature.
And if any man shall think any other thing, it is God that
actuates, or operates this All.
But the operation or "Act" of God, is power insuperable, to which none may compare anything, either Human or Divine." Hermes Trismegistus

Visible said...

I hope you understand that I can't put any credence in these things. I am just a worker in the fields and that is all I am permitted to think of myself. It is why I almost never respond to good things said about me because even if I might have done something good, I didn't do it. If it is a mistake them I will take full credit but otherwise it is just one of those things where I managed to get out of the way for it to come through.

And that Alice in Chains guy. From what I understood he was a pretty unsavory character but I don't know him. All I know about those guys is that I didn't like the music nor most of what was playing in the 90's

zazz said...


More and more you are sounding like a 'muslim'. This is meant respectfully.

The best english translation of this arabic word that can be offered is actually 4 words: 'one who has submitted'; and it is naturally understood to be a submission to God (or to the ineffable, as you say).


Visible said...

Thank you. I certainly consider myself a Sufi. To considered a Muslim by true Muslims is an honor.

zazz said...

The 'muslim' comparison was from a christian (of palestinian descent).

Visible said...

Heh heh. I am totally confused.

Ray B. said...

Eudoxia Jones, May 26, 2015 2:44:00 AM :

"I am quite convinced at this point in time that the genetic abomination known as psychopathy comes from this [Enlil's] bloodline."

Most interesting! Do you have any specific sources for this conclusion, or is it more intuitive? It would certainly fit in with general Anunnaki behavior, at least...

Best Wishes,
Ray B.

Alan Jong said...


Layne Staley, did die of a Drug overdose, it is that kind of life in which one should consider the lyrics in the music hidden by the bowl of night, to really understand his perspective. The lyrics have a highly charged spiritual under current. There are 22 books in the book of revelation and he died in 2002 in addition to being born on 8/22/1967, the lyrics of his music also have the glaring overtone of deity woven into them. His entire life on Earth was lived for the eternal that is evident in the lyrics for the song would, and it goes on and on, the key is don't judge a book by its cover, cause he's bringing it as far as I can tell.

"I'm the man in the box
Buried in my shit
Won't you come and save me
Save me

Feed my eyes, can you sew them shut?
Jesus Christ, deny your maker
He who tries, will be wasted
Feed my eyes now you've sewn them shut

I'm the dog who gets beat
Shove my nose in shit
Won't you come and save me
Save me

Feed my eyes, can you sew them shut?
Jesus Christ, deny your maker
He who tries, will be wasted
Feed my eyes now you've sewn them shut

Feed my eyes, can you sew them shut?
Jesus Christ, deny your maker
He who tries, will be wasted
Feed my eyes now you've sewn them shut"

Anonymous said...

Great post - can't check on you as much as I'd like but always a joy to drop by.

Visible said...

I wasn't judging him so much as giving a personal reaction to the impact of the music on my sense of personal taste, which is, of course, totally subjective. Around that time were The Stone Temple Pilots, Smashing Pumpkins, No Doubt and a host of other spinoffs from Nirvana and doing whiner music which drove me out of the room. It was, to my ears a lot of dissonant Heroin music which was big in the industry in that time. The only person who did that sort of music that impressed me was Jim Morrison and that took some years after his departure to happen. I like elevating lyrical positivity and
inspiration; Beatles, Joni Mitchel, Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Allman Brothers and a host of those similar. My tastes are simple musically, maybe to match my abilities. I am a lyrics type except when it is Jazz; I had the first Jazz radio show on Sunday nights on Maui in the 80's. I am almost all message oriented. It determines what I like.

Anonymous said...

Hi les, just read an article earlier today from pat Buchanan that used a very similar Elmer gantry metaphor . It's kinda strange..

Visible said...

And where would that be?

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