The Identity of the Crown Beast

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The Ultimate Answer to the Timeless Quest(ion)

So the story of man runs in a dreary circle, because he is not yet master of the earth that holds him.” - Will Durant

There are only patterns, patterns on top of patterns, patterns that affect other patterns. Patterns hidden by patterns. Patterns within patterns. If you watch close, history does nothing but repeat itself. What we call chaos is just patterns we haven't recognized. What we call random is just patterns we can't decipher. What we can't understand we call nonsense. What we can't read we call gibberish. There is no free will. There are no variables.” - Chuck Palahniuk, Survivor

Are you ready POM readers?

Remember, I believe in you. This is something you can do.

Facing the deep cold and darkness inside your subconscious sea is the first step on the quest to clean the inside of your grail. Polishing the inner skull must be braved before the seed of enlightenment can take root upon the fertile ground, which was thus the land which divided the sea from the Word. Let it be known that the sea will remain relentless in its attempts to reclaim the land of Truth.

This is something you can do.

And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.” - Revelations, Chapter 13, Verse 1, King James Bible

Canst thou draw out leviathan with a hook? Or his tongue with a cord which thou lettest down? Canst thou put a hook into his nose? Or bore his jaw through with a thorn? Will he make many supplications unto thee? Will he speak soft words unto thee?” - Job, Chapter 41, Verse 1 - 3, King James Bible

This is something you can do.

He maketh the deep boil like a pot; he maketh the sea like a pot of ointment. He maketh a path to shine after him; one would think the deep to be hoary. Upon earth there is not his like, who is made without fear. He beholdeth all high things; he is a king over all the children of pride.” Job, Chapter 41, Verse 31 - 34, King James Bible

Some may find this a strange introduction to an article that is meant to identify the Crown Beast. There are fundamental truths which are neither objective or subjective. They are just truths from which the spoken and written Word are given form.

All throughout human history allegorical truths have been corrupted through literal interpretations. This is the one common root to all of the problems which have plagued man since the beginning of time. The transgressions of humanity are found along the fault lines of allegorical and literal misunderstandings. It is a pattern which continues, and is weaved within the fabric of our shared evolution.

Ancient texts and scriptures provide the largest sea of literal misinterpretations. Religions are given birth from within the confusion of the turbulent waters. There is one common source to all religions. The moment this one truth is divided and fragmented, or multiplied, there is corruption.

As an example of this process in the modern world, we can witness the birth of the infant extraterrestrial religions. Zecharia Sitchin has fabricated a body of corrupted misinterpretations which have sparked a whole movement around the belief in alien creators. There are numerous sites which have explored the errors of Sitchin in detail, so we will use just one example for the purpose of understanding.

Sitchin has translated the Semitic word “Shem” as meaning rocket ship, or some variation around that interpretation, being fire, light, reaching to heaven, tower, etc.. This one mistranslation has led to generations of people having a corrupted understanding of the original teachings, and has caused them to exchange their own inner spiritual power for the anticipated arrival of alien saviours - the new Christ’s of the spaceship era.

The word “Shem” in fact means “renown; prosperity; name”, and in the context of the Tower of Babel story, the people made a tower of bricks and mortar so they could “make a name for themselves”. This is important to understand because it connects back to the biblical quote above - “he beholdeth all high things; he is a king over all the children of pride.

Pride of course is one of the seven deadly sins.

The seven deadly sins are the material transgressions which are fatal to spiritual development and evolution. The seven heads of the beast which rises from the sea are a clear reference to the seven sins, as are the names of blasphemy upon those heads. The seven sins are:

  1. Pride
  2. Envy
  3. Gluttony
  4. Lust
  5. Anger
  6. Greed
  7. Sloth.

Opposite the seven deadly sins are the seven contrary virtues.

  1. Humility
  2. Kindness
  3. Abstinence
  4. Chastity
  5. Patience
  6. Liberality
  7. Diligence

These virtues are meant to protect one from the seven sins - humility against pride; kindness against envy; abstinence against gluttony; chastity against lust; patience against anger; liberality against greed; and diligence against sloth.

As with all things which connect the material world and spiritual world, there exists two of each in diametric opposition.

The ten commandments also follow the same pattern. For reference, these commandments are:

  1. You shall have no other gods before Me.
  2. You shall not make idols.
  3. You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain.
  4. Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
  5. Honour your father and your mother.
  6. You shall not murder.
  7. You shall not commit adultery.
  8. You shall not steal.
  9. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbour.
  10. You shall not covet.

Like with the seven sins and seven virtues, there is a dark opposite to the ten commandments. Read through the list again and ask yourself, does our world not reward such behaviour, and has our world not been built upon those false foundations?

The practice of the seven virtues, alongside honouring the ten commandments, are the tools for the questing knight as he travels upon the inner road of spiritual evolution. This spiritual evolution is meant to bring forth the king dweller which has been imprisoned inside the walls of the material world.

The simultaneous evolution of spirit and matter will allow the King to wear his crown and ascend above the noise and confusion of the savage material world. When we fall short from the completion of this transformation we have crowned the beast, which remains roaming the earth in search of a false salvation and fools gold.

The beast which rises from the sea of our savage subconscious has seven heads (seven sins) and ten horns (oppositional ten commandments), with ten crowns (material corruption) upon those horns.

These Words exist outside of the theology of any one religion. Whether you are atheist or buddhist, we all recognize on a deep level the goodness and right-mindedness of the seven virtues and ten commandments. The practice of such creates the land which divides the sea, and the light which divides the darkness. There the seeds of enlightenment are planted and provided nutrients.

The Catholic Church has long been recognized as the anti-christ, as it arrests the spiritual development of the individual and promotes the material transgressions which are warned of in the seven sins and ten commandments. The Protestant Reformers knew the Church and Pope were the anti-christ.

The early Christians practiced the art of alchemical transmutation through the application of the above. These teachings were passed down to them from the allegorical Essenes, who stood opposed to the literal interpretations of the Sadducees and Pharisees. All three of the Semitic groups carried the mystery teachings with them through their travels from Babylon to Egypt. The Sadducees and Pharisees promoted the corrupt literal interpretations of the great mystery teachings, while the Essenes promoted the allegorical and non-corrupting understanding of the Word and Truth.

The allegorical story of Jesus Christ was spread by the Essenes and the early Christians carried forth the unquenchable torch of wisdom and enlightenment. But the Crown Beast would not be defeated. The corrupt and fearful systems of man went to work and began murdering the early Christians to slow and reverse the spread of spiritual freedom. This murderous campaign spread around the world in search of spiritual awakening.

The truth which once passed through the Pythagoreans of Greece, before that empire was taken by the Crown Beast and fell into corruption, traveled forward in time to find a home with the Essenes and early Christians, before continuing on to the Cathars, Templars, Protestant Reformers, and the Buddhists of the modern world. All have been subjected to the murderous campaign and scheming of the Catholic Church, which serves the Crown Beast of human weakness.

The Word became flesh.

The Word is Truth.

Truth comes from the Spirit.

As such, the Spirit became flesh, being the material and animal man. Spirit was injected into the animal man in an attempt to promote the evolution of both simultaneously. The only way for this process of transmutation to complete is to follow the guidelines as defined in the seven virtues and ten commandments, and “draw out leviathan with a hook”, being a reference to fishing in the allegorical story of Jesus. This process of transmutation is Christ. Anti-christ is the opposite, or failure to complete.

There is no need for a vast conspiracy which spans from the beginning of time to now. As quoted at the beginning, man has a predisposition to repeat the same mistakes over and over. This pattern is undeniable. The Crown Beast system which has been built over the span of history is the continuation and corrupt evolution of human weakness. One man picks up from where another left off, and we stumble around in the wilderness on all fours wearing our rusted crowns, when we really need a crown of thorns.

Like Hercules killing the multi-headed Hydra, a beast who grows a new head every time one is severed, human weakness and predisposition for sin are insidious beasts which are difficult to kill. The great mystery teachings have been passed through the ages under varying but similar stories. Like Christ, there was also Buddha, Krishna, Odysseus, Romulus, Dionysus, Heracles (Hercules in Rome), Glycon, Zoroaster, Attis of Phrygia, and Horus, among many others. All humans who seek power and influence corrupt the teachings and build empires from where the Beast can rise and continue its rampage upon the world.

This is something you can do.  - JC

JC Collins can be contacted at jcollins@philosophyofmetrics.com

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32 Comments on “The Identity of the Crown Beast”

  1. I believe that prophetic Scripture is both allegorical in anticipation and literal in future occurrence.

    The wickedness of the Beast world is beyond dispute, but likewise the divine judgement of it is foretold. I again see these as both literal and allegorical.

    "What think ye of Christ?" is the undeniable key to Christianity. Denial of the reality of Him in His totality, as it seems here, is to deny the very power of the Quest that this series has followed.

    Perhaps I missed the point. It wouldn't be the first time!

    1. The journey is inward not outward. The divine judgement is our own personal victory over the animal within. The quest is one of self-realization and enlightenment. Christ is the process, not a separate being. The Essenes, early Christians, Cathars, Protestants, and Templars, understood the allegorical meaning of Christ, and did not believe in the divinity and literal interpretations. For this they were murdered by the Catholic Church.

  2. Mr. Collins:

    What if the reported foundation and every supposed writer of the “New Testament” is a fraud or the “New Testament” was just made up for political purposes during the Flavian dynasty (specifically Titus)?

    What if the sole purposes of the “New Testament” were to give the Jews a Messiah to tame the rebellious Jews and have the Jews call Titus and his heirs “Lord”.

    If you want to an easy read through 411 pages of research which make convincing, compelling, and overwhelming arguments that agents of the Roman emperor Titus Flavius and his family’s adopted Jewish historian Flavius Josephus created Jesus and the Bible’s New Testament along with all of the characters to gain control of the rebellious, zealous, and messianic Jews in Judea, then I recommend the book below.

    SOURCE: Caesar’s Messiah, The Roman Conspiracy to Invent Jesus, 2011, Joseph Atwill, Ph.D., CreateSpace, ISBN: 978-1461096405

    Please be advised that the research of Jospeh Atwill will take most who read his research and works way outside of their comfort zones of what they have been programmed and taught by “The Churches” as real.

    The “Roman” Catholic Church is not called the Roman Catholic Church for drill.

    Note that the first ten “Pope” where controlled by Flavians or where Flavians.

    The Roman Catholic Church from its very well organized and structured beginnings have been and still are all about control and power.

    I mean no disrespect; only enlightenment and separation from illusions and cultural programming. The chosen course of reality and truth are very laborious and painful paths to travel.

    Ozymandias

    1. I agree that Jesus wasn’t a person, and the identity of Jesus that was created relied heavily upon the beliefs of the Essenes. It was meant to be an allegorical story which taught people something which was difficult to understand. These stories were hijacked and incorporated into a twisted version with just enough of a literal twist to turn the intent from spiritual evolution and freedom, to spiritual enslavement to a false church narrative. The Essenes were a Jewish sect who were going against the accepted grain with their own allegorical interpretations of the stories they had collected on their journeys. Something had to be done to keep the masses ignorant to their own inner strength and power. Same old, same old.

    2. Until the very close similarities between the writings of Josephus Flavius and parts of the New Testament can be resolved, it appears Atwill's hypothesis possesses a great deal of explanatory power. There are however, as many have pointed out when attempting to rebut Atwill, chronological issues with the dating of the origin of Christianity. But the texts and their similarity speak for themselves.

      Atwill's literary interpretation of Shakespeare was also particularly interesting, and gives an entirely fresh face (especially in light of the many charges of antisemitism of the works of Shakespeare) to the plays.

    1. “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” - John 3:16

      Fully agree with this verse. God, our higher spiritual self, the master, gave his only son, child, teacher, which is the spiritual process of transformation, to the ignorant animal self, lower self, student, adept, etc.. And should he follow this process, the lower self can ascend to everlasting immortal life as a translucent being, being the union of both spirit and matter.

      Thanks for sharing this very fitting verse.

  3. I love this piece Mr. Collins.

    For the past ten or so years of my life, I have been attempting to unravel the tangles of a Western Christian upbringing. I have done this only to come nearly full circle. Realizing that my younger rebellious self rejected the aspects of Christianity which subconsciously felt "wrong". In the beginning I set out to cast away the baby and its bath water both, but I could never shake a concoction to something "more than".

    That seems a lifetime ago. I have since fathered three children, left a high-rise Chicago condo, 6 figure (combined with my wife) salary, a a whole host of self destructive behaviors for the rugged beauty of the deep south on a plot of family land in a humble cabin nestled in the forest. The contrast couldn't be more extreme, and yet it perfectly paints my own spiritual journey. While I am only now starting to grasp the meaning of this transformation, I am seeing the Truth of it literally play out on a daily basis in my own life. We are the co-creators of our reality. We literally create our circumstances whether we are aware or not. If we want our world to change, then we must become it. This "enlightenment" (realizing how little I know) is the single most painful and difficult thing I have ever dealt with in my life, and yet I could never imagine reverting.

    Thank you for hosting a community of truth and light.--Jeremy

  4. What an excellent essay JC. I like how it begins speaking about the crown beast as something outside of ourselves and then actually references it like it is us (which of course it is) but then a sort of marrying of the two towards the end. True depth pal.

    This part:

    “All throughout human history allegorical truths have been corrupted through literal interpretations. This is the one common root to all of the problems which have plagued man since the beginning of time. The transgressions of humanity are found along the fault lines of allegorical and literal misunderstandings. It is a pattern which continues, and is weaved within the fabric of our shared evolution.”

    reminds me of a cycle you shared early on:

    Hard times create strong men.
    Strong men create good times.
    Good times create weak men.
    Weak men create hard times.

  5. JC,
    If it is the crown beast, it means that it has already been crowned, correct? So, if it has been crowned, doesn't it mean that the beast has already been declared the ruler? And thus, mankind will always act prideful, envious, gluttonous, greedy, lazily, etc. versus the opposite alternatives?
    Yes, I agree that the opposite alternatives are the better, more righteous ways to act. But, we have to realize that the beast has been crowned and it rules over us, right? So, isn't the solution to defeating the crown beast a strategy of personal spiritual cleansing as you mention coupled an acknowledgement that the world will operate in the ways of the beast since it rules? And, in order to score a major victory against the beast is to beat the beast in a couple ways...spiritually and possibly materialistically? Could this be the intent of your multi-lateral investment series along with the crown beast series? I hope so! Quite frankly, I'd like to beat the beast in both those ways!
    Keep up the good fight! I'm with you all the way with both series!

  6. Bingo! Thanks for the clarity on both the 7 heads .even more so 10 horns. We are here to become aware of our own hand. Who controls it? What does it build? Or destroy? This is a metaphor , of course. He who has power over others can not empower himself. I will think upon these things

  7. My father was a Lutheran born in Norway, my mother was a Catholic whose parents were born in Poland. My father converted for my mother's love and her hand in marriage. The union produced 13 children(I seen them dance, they had no rhythm)and indeed did endure until death did them part. May they rest in peace.

    One day I entered our living room and sat down among about a half dozen of my sisters, I reached out and changed the TV channel from the Micky Mouse Club to the Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. Because anybody who knows anything about anything knows that the R&B is the much more intelligent and sophisticated program, and I had been doing this exact thing for the last 3or4 days,so. Please, Dear Reader, try to imagine my complete surprise when I found myself being dry-gulched, ambushed from behind by my own beloved older sister, CROWNED, by a two handed blow to the head with the names addresses, phone numbers, and yellow pages of the Milwaukee, Wi. phone book. A ancient weapon some of the older here may well recall.

    My training in the arts of war developed over the years of learning how to survive in this BEAST SYSTEM kicked in, I valiantly struggled through the series of pains I was feeling. A numbed skull, a badly bruised ego, a pounded pride. I felt a uncontrollable rage begin to build, blinded by a fury or some small tears I called on all my best strengths to spare my sisters the, 'Little Darlings' the full force of my wrath. I cleared the blinding fury and one, or maybe two, very small tears from my eyes and found myself facing about a half a dozen snarling, spitting feline felons, armed to the teeth with arms and teeth.

    A lesser ten year old Viking, and I say this unabashedly, would of probably been rendered a cripple or well on his way to Valhalla. The generous dose of Polish blood coursing through my veins, combined to create a stubborn hot head, that was born to know many battles. Sooo, I made the wise decision to mount a testicle, I mean tactical retreat. I retired to a save and private space in the basement where the family electric train was set up. Hidden away in that sunless environment I had three of my grandfather's used wooden cigar boxes, filled with toy soldiers and some other secret devices only I understood the power of.

    I began to game out my counter attack, but being the fine young man I was, and even without having a developed sense of chivalry, I was still aware enough of circumstances to realize the numbers were not in my favor. So the only way to extract the level of revenge I would require to sate my thirst for it, would take a full frontal all out furious attack, a blood bath so to speak. In order to avoid that I decided I would accept terms of surrender, that included a heartfelt apology and control of the TV. I mounted the steps from the basement and began my climb up, my quest.

    I entered the battle ground only to find a living room, where the entire family, including my parents were gathered. All of them laughing, dancing , a hooting and a hollering, exchanging gases as my sinful sisters took passes at playing the part of me being CROWNED by the BEAST SYSTEM. Well shit, if you can't beat them you have to join them, they were having such a good time I couldn't refuse the comedy and took my turn to play the fool, a part I wrote for myself. I say this unabashedly I played the part better than any of the sisters could, well at least that is my humble opinion.

    How many of the deadly seven sins did I run up against the ten commandments?

    I thank what ever Gods may be, I have a wonderment of a family.

    And that Dear Reader is my first memory of the CROWN BEAST SYSTEM and my role in it.
    PTM

  8. The first line made me think of the wind that swept across the water of the formless void of the earth line in Gen 1. The sea to me represents a vitalized state of emotion. It is true as a collective we are shifting from a water sign to an air sign.

    The King James Bible isn’t the most accurate translation of the bible. The context of the article suggests in this (1st) metaphorical reference the leviathan keeps unbridled compassion from transforming the world.

    In the second quote I’m assuming the antecedent refers to the leviathan. I feel like you’re alluding to a hierarchy to describe your perception of the adversarial force in the world.

    To me the fundamental truth is found in the process of conception of thought, moment to moment existence. Based on my view of the fundamental truth, corruption is simply misunderstanding. The psyche of ancient man is vastly different than ours today. Now, myths to us were very real to ancient man. Iterations of conception informed by pre-existing notions built upon itself. Truly, a battlefield of ideas.

    The ultimate pattern is evolution itself. The plights of man are simply microcosmic. The study of the logos has always been mysterious.

    To say ‘one truth’ could be misunderstood if one refers a body of knowledge rather than experiential reality. One may observe cells each specialized in function serving a greater purpose

    You zone into Sitchin. I’m feeling hasty generalization coming

    I disagree with the duality of sin/virtue. There is simply the desire, will and ability to do what one may. What is acceptable is a consonant with how one identifies with the collective psyche.

    The concept of ‘kingdom’ is the basic idea to be refined as one journeys spiritually. As you seek you become

    You make interesting connections between the beast, sin, virtue and the 10 commandments. I find it ethereal

    Saying the Catholic Church is the anti-Christ sounds ridiculous. The competing Christianity to what was canonized was Gnostic Christianity.

    The early Christian church was not centralized and did not have any agreed upon dogma. Even the concept of sin was disputed. Let alone who Christ was. As we know the ‘dying for our sins' won.

    Philosophy emerged once people weren’t scared the crap out of by their myths. I agree man became en-spirited to comprehend the logos which meant he gained intelligence.

    Treading conspiracy is a dangerous game as the foil often becomes intuition.

    Man has never reach the point of development where he know rests. Man is making his own myth now using a rationale beyond anything of the past. Superheroes, for example, no longer demigods.

    1. Cobrien:

      In nearly seven decades on this planet I have encountered many who had a very clear understanding of their personal corruption and the corruption and evil within which they participated and promoted.

      Corruption is NOT simply misunderstanding.

      Corruption is simply an exercise and selection of CHOICES.

      Oz

      1. OzyMandias:

        I do not dispute the idea of orientation towards good or evil. In practice, there is a moment to moment consideration of how to be. Being, itself as an activity, is without right or wrong. With this premise in mind there is grasping unity and misunderstanding. Either may (often must) come in terms of good or evil. Good and evil must be considered distinct from right and wrong.

        Our society has foundational distortions of conflicting polarities. This causes confusion.

        The idea of choice is the final archetype of the major arcana for good reason. Choice is the fixed and unifying quality of existence, all that is or God.

        I do sympathize with the view one may take towards sin from a standpoint of virtue.(The opposite is just as valid.) To see this as corruption when demonstrated with logical consistency is reasonable.

        I would like to point out the ability to synthesize unity and misunderstanding is, itself, like a serpent or wisdom. Conceptual formations on what is done with wisdom, although possessing biases of polarity, is ultimately without.

  9. Cobrien:

    For many decades I have traveled extensively about this third sphere from the closest Sun. I have observed and interacted with thousands of people from many countries and cultures. I am not generally considered an obtuse or a purblind person with respect to human behaviors, motives, and personalities.

    I have read your recent post addressed to me four times. Respectfully, and in summary, your responses seem to me as addlepated or turgid nonsense. More specifically, good and evil are NOT to be considered distinct, separate, or unrelated from right and wrong. I could provide compelling arguments, but even with my labors I suspect that we shall not come close to synchronism in these regards. Thus, I shall not waste the time.

    To reaffirm my previously written declaration, I have encountered many who had a very clear understanding of their personal corruption and the corruption and evil within which they participated and promoted. With clear knowledge and understandings those same humans, for whatever personal reasons, CHOSE to be corrupt, CHOSE to be evil, and CHOSE do evil acts including destruction, theft, violence, and murder.

    Although I do not subscribe to Tarot Card Readings, I do have a passing familiarity with the twenty-two (22) major arcane that make up over a quarter of a Tarot deck of cards. The 22nd major arcana is “the world” and represents an ending to a cycle of life and not “choice” unless suicide is involved.

    Ozymandias

  10. I really enjoy and appreciate your insights about economics and monetary policy. You are a bold thinker.

    I am curious about what you have experienced or read that makes you so vehemently opposed to the Catholic Church? Do you not know of one Catholic in your life that is a decent and loving human being? I respect your open minded world views, with the exception of the anti-Catholicism. You seem totally convinced that The Church is the Anti-Christ? Really?

    1. Absolutely. Keep in mind we are talking about the institution and not the individual person. There are many good people who are Catholics. Good people are everywhere. But the Vatican and Catholicism are definitely the second beast of Revelations, with the Roman Empire being the first beast which suffered a severe head wound, but the wound healed and all the world was astonished and followed the beast. The healing of the head was the transformation of the Roman Empire into Catholicism.

      Rome, and subsequently the Roman Catholic Church, murdered the early true Christians, and continued to hunt and commit genocide against them up through the centuries, from the Cathars, Templars, Lollards, Protestants, and the remains of Protestantism in the modern world, whether it be in Rwanda, South Africa, Europe, or North America. The Church has been complicit in literally all genocides, including the Nazi genocide during WW2, which targeted Protestants more than Jews.

      It was accepted fact with the early Protestants that the catholic Church and Vatican were the beasts, and the false religion of Catholicism was the anti-Christ mentioned in Revelations. It's so obvious when you look at it from outside the centuries long propaganda. Even the idolatry of the Church is a dead giveaway. Not to mention the fact that the Pope exalts himself above God.

      Perhaps its time to write a dedicated post on this topic.

  11. I respect your opintion, however, I am having doubts that you are objectively considering all of history. I know that any institution headed by humans is fallable and has no doubt been led by people with evil in their hearts and a lust for power. But it concerns me that you cannot see any good that has come from the Catholic Church. Does the Church get any credit for providing education and healthcare around the world? Do you really think Pope John Paul II was evil? Mother Teresa?

    Is there a Christian/Protestant denomination with which you are comfortable?

    1. You’re missing the point. It’s not about individual people. The institution itself is a representation of everything which was warned against in the Bible. And no, the Church doesn’t get credit for using education and health care to spread its false religion around the world. It has done more harm than good in this world, as the Inquisition and related genocides prove.

      Regarding education, if the Church repeated the same behaviour it did in Canada while running the Residential schools, which I suspect it has, then you are helping strengthen my argument.

      Jesuit run schools are one of the biggest problems in the world. From those institutions of so called academia, a poisonous ideology has been spread and used to corrupt the world.

      With so much power and influence, why hasn’t the Church made the world a better place? The Pope is now openly promoting the same one world liberal agenda as the UN. Think about it?

      There is no Protestant Church which remains that hasn’t been corrupted by the Vatican through its Jesuit run counter-Reformation and ecumenical movement.

      The Church even created Islam, which is why the Pope now also supports Islam and accepts mass migration from Islamic nations into Western Protestant majority nations.

      Do you honestly believe I am not an objective person? Or is it that the conditioning of the Church and Jesuit controlled institutions has been so invasive and successful that you are having a difficult time breaking through and seeing the obvious truth which has been hidden right in front of us?

  12. I share your concerns about Francis and globalism. My concern regarding your commentary on the RCC is that it appears you consider it an all or none proposition.

    I acknowledge the need for Reformation and numerous institutional flaws throughout history. I just can't concede that the Institution is totally evil. That seems extreme to me. Is it possible that the Church may have made the world a better place? Didn't John Paul II as leader of the Church help bring freedom to Poland and Eastern Europe? How can any of us know for sure what the world would have been like without it.

    1. The fact that you suggest the Church helped bring freedom to Eastern Europe and Poland tells me you have a lot of catching up to do. Respectfully. Eastern Europe has been Orthodox Christianity since the Great Schism. For a thousand years the Catholic Church has been attempting to conquer Russia and Eastern Europe. The Protestant Reformation which officially began in 1517 was an attempt by the remnants of the early Christians, Cathars, and Templars, to reclaim all of Europe from the Vatican. All of Western history is better understood under these terms.

      The Catholic Church and Vatican, along with the Jesuit Order and purpose-engineered academia, are attempting to reconstitute the Phoenician Empire, and its governance structure of City States, in the modern world. As Darren suggested, do some reading on this site, especially all the material under the Crown Beast series and double-headed eagle symbolism. The pattern is clear.

      As for evil, how would you define evil? Do not use the Catholic Churches definition of evil, for it is a mental and spiritual trap. Anti-Christ is simply the opposite of Christ. If you consider Christ to be a process of spiritual evolution, than Anti-Christ is the process of spiritual devolution. Is spiritual devolution not what is happening in the world? Good men have attempted to teach the unteachable, and understand or explain the place where spirit and matter meet, through allegory and symbolism. The book of Revelations, and the Beasts, should be interpreted in this manner. Men who are not good, or do not do good deeds, promote spiritual devolution.

      And yes, the world would have been much better off without the Catholic Church, which is in essence, the continuation of the Crown Beast system from its origins in the beginning, up through the Babylonians, Egyptians, Phoenicians, Romans, etc.. The weakness in man takes the great work of spiritual evolution and corrupts it for his own means and ends. That much is clear in this world of material obsession. This Crown Beast jumps from empire to empire, institution to institution, religion to religion, and human to human. Its survival is all but assured within the weak heart and minds of man.

      Think on it all my friend. Follow the patterns. It's not corny religious gobbly-gook. It's the great battle which has been waged inside man since the beginning. These institutions are only the externalization and materialization of what is in inside of us. We all know this truth deep inside ourselves. We were born knowing it. The corrupt world attempts to force us to forget and believe in idols and men who desire to be worshipped. Same old, same old.

  13. I would very much appreciate your information on the Church creating Islam. I am not aware of this history and would enjoy your insights.

    Thanks

  14. Regarding objectivity: because we are all human and affected by our experiences, I don't think it is possible for anyone to be totally objective. Having said that, I am totally respectful of your opinions. My belief is that none of us will know the complete Truth until we move into the next life.

    I also want you to know that I share your distrust of institutions in general. I am VERY distrustful of our gov't here and I know you feel the same in Canada. But as much as I feel that way, I know it is not 100% bad.

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