Capital of World Peace and the United Religions Initiative
The light inside the darkness. The darkness inside the light. Both are attempting to influence and transform the other.
The United Nations will be replaced with the Covenant of Democratic Nations. The world capital for this new international body will be New Jerusalem. The birth of both will come about as a result of peace accords between the major powers and their efforts to solve the Israeli and Palestinian problem. New Jerusalem will be developed as an independent city state which will be protected by an international military and police force designated by the Covenant of Democratic Nations.
The CDN movement came out of nowhere little over a year ago, and is fast becoming the viable answer to the ineffectiveness and corruption of the United Nations. Its mandate is to “review, re-ratify, or nullify, all acts and resolutions of the United Nations and its agencies creating a new body of long-overdue, reformed, and updated international law”.
The Jerusalem problem will be the cornerstone upon which this new institution will be built. No longer will the rest of the world stand by as both sides continue decades of violence and reluctance to settle. Each side blames the other for the lack of peace and occasional spikes in violence.
The truth is that Jerusalem is important to all three of the Abrahamic religions. Islamic, Jewish, and Christian faiths all have connections to the ancient city. The fate of the area can no longer be left to the despotic and rambling justifications of local interests who do not wish to share the cultural and religious riches with the world.
The United Religions Initiative is working to establish a common platform for all of the faiths to come together and recognize the similarities and contributions which each make to human existence. The threat of a world religion being born from such a consolidation is not as immediate as we have been lead to believe.
Divisions and fragmentations in the world are maintained by keeping the religions separated. Through introspection and rightminded thinking we can determine that a United Religions Council can be established which will allow each to initially maintain their own unique identity, while also working towards the betterment of the world.
Such a platform will eventually lead to the organic blending of the religions in much the same fashion that each of them blended with their predecessor pagan religions over an extended period of time. The Jewish faith is the end result of the blending which took place during the Hebrews time in Babylon and Egypt. The framework of modern Christianity is built upon the older pagan and Roman concepts. Islam was born from within the regional and fragmented religious structures left behind after the collapse of countless Arabic empires. All share the same common root.
None of them exist within a vacuum, and none of them have a monopoly on spiritual truth. Their purpose is not spiritual truth in fact. The purpose of religion is more aligned with the mass organization of people around a cultural ego as opposed to the individual journey of spiritual realization. But the membership of each will attack the message and objective of a united religions initiative. It will be called evil and destructive.
Everything is in a state of transformation. Nothing is the same forever. The history and evolution of religion proves this beyond doubt. Ego is the hardest thing to let go because we think it defines our existence. Transformation through self-realization is what defines existence.
Trouble is brewing once again on the temple mount, and acts of violence are increasing. How far this is allowed to go will depend on the willingness of the world to address the problem. A larger act of violence and war could be the final contribution of an archaic frame of mind. Humans traditionally learn the hard way, so further horrors may be inflicted upon the region before rightminded action is taken.
The end result will be the full exposure of the United Nations as a corrupt and ineffective institution who caters to the whims of an international minority of self-professed elitists and leaders. It will also showcase the need for a United Religious Council and establishment of a New Jerusalem to serve as the flagship state for the Covenant of Democratic Nations.
The world is on the verge of a fundamental macro transformation. These periods in history are built upon the momentum of a thousand micro transformations. An inner transformation will lead an external transformation.
The light inside the darkness. The darkness inside the light. Both are attempting to influence and transform the other. – JC
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