Is this image the origin of the Gods (squatter man), including Yahweh.

Micah said something like the Lord sat upon his thrown (squatting, sitting) with all the host of heaven to his right and left. Is this one of the signs to be seen in the sky at the end times.

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  1. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yes, it is. The Polar Configuration, and its evolution over time, is the root of every single religion, creation myth, and tale of a Golden Age. It singlehandedly btfos both atheism and theism. The myths arent myths, and theyre both literally true and not literally true.
    The Ancients of the Ancients are screaming at us from the longgone past, trying to tell us what they saw. But you know, "he who hath ears, let him hear" and all

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Thanks for that. I keep being drawn to this squatter man stuff, religion and myth. The gods, forces of nature. Feel like they are stories handed down, preserved for us by our ancestors, screaming at us saying we were here, here is what happened, heed our warning etc. It's all starting to make sense, symbolism is crazy. I'm looking at storm Gods at the min, and dragons, trying to make sense of it all.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yes, it is. The Polar Configuration, and its evolution over time, is the root of every single religion, creation myth, and tale of a Golden Age. It singlehandedly btfos both atheism and theism. The myths arent myths, and theyre both literally true and not literally true.
        The Ancients of the Ancients are screaming at us from the longgone past, trying to tell us what they saw. But you know, "he who hath ears, let him hear" and all

        Cool picture. If you can share some more stuff you've learned about it I'd be interested. What is being depicted?
        So why are the institutions automatically wrong? I feel like they do a fine job integrating the parts that actually matter in our day-to-day lives. Why does the literal meaning of the symbol matter.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Ill tell you things I believe to the best of my ability up to this point. I'm just a student though trying to catch pieces of the puzzle. Stories of mythology, epic tales tell of events that happened far back in history. Talks of Gods battling with each other and humans etc are stories of humans facing great cataclysms, natural disasters. The survivors of these cataclysms personify forces of nature like the thunder god, god of storms, gods of the sea to tell their history. The stories, this our friend above said tell many stories, they use symbolism to do this, symbols have many meanings and all meanings can be true at the same time. Ill continue in a bit with more pictures, if you're still interested.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          look at these symbols found globally. Note the similarity to the original squatter man pic. So who is the squatter man. We all emit a magnetic field, we are all trapped within the earths magnetic field, trapped within the Suns magnetic field. The Sun has cycles, it gets angry and blasts off its outer layer, like a drum beat. The changes in the Sun and its magnetic field affect the Earths magnetic field (our protector from the Sun) When the Sun pops off solar flares the charged particles hit our Magnetic field, exciting the auroras. When the Sun gets angry global cataclysms unfold, the Noah story for example. The charged particles interacting with our magnetic field causes some sort of plasma disturbance, that generates the image of the squatter man. Type in squatter man on youtube. So when squatter man is seen inf the sky, forces of nature follow, devastating forces of nature. Mythology usually has one main God who controls the other Gods, the main God is squatter man, because he is seen first, the other Gods follow (forces of nature)

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          The reason the symbols are the same globally is because the same image of the fricked up charged plasma, squatter man, was seen across the globe. Different parts of the world experienced different effects, hence the slight differences in stories. This is the origin of 'God' ancient people had a thing called animism, you could call it the oldest religion. The belief everything had a soul, everything that moved, the animals, plants, trees, rivers, rains, the sun, moon and 5 visible planets. And all the souls of nature where connected. The catholic church calls these beliefs paganism and heresy. Because they fear the people knowing the truth.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

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            It gets even wilder that not just the Squatterman formation but OTHER plasma formations were directly transcribed into petroglyphs. It's genuinely uncanny

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yeah man I was looking the other day at the different petroglyphs and the changing shapes. The 7 planets and 7 days of the week, 7 being the number of creation and that. Then you have tesla and his vibration frequency and energy stuff. The planets resonating sound vibrations that influence our DNA, the music of the spheres, it's insane and fascinating ha. It messes my head up sometimes. Have you meditated before my friend? Had some crazy experiences under self hypnoses.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Its not about all that. The only really relevant planets to the Earth were Saturn(the reigning God of the Golden Age), Venus (the radiant soul/energy of Saturn), and Mars (the heart and hero-child of Saturn and Venus)

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            It's not about all what? It's exactly what it's about, that's where the beliefs you talk of came from. All's you done was explain characteristics humans associated with energies of a few planets. How can demote all other planets? what information do you have that says the rest is nonsense?

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Did you read my post? I'm talking about the planets listed being literally in the skies of Earth, close up enough to clearly see the surface of Mars without telescopes. You're the one brining nonsense into this.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            What evidence do you have to support your claim? and what relevance does it have? your talking about a story being associated with the planets, your talking about the union of the divine masculine and feminine, creations the divine child, isis osiris and horus, jesus mary and joseph and so on. WHY are these attributes associated with planets? You are the one spouting nonsense thinking its knowledge.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            https://youtu.be/6meaU1QcSdA?si=ZhxiG82KtqJvWK4R
            It gets even wilder that not just the Squatterman formation but OTHER plasma formations were directly transcribed into petroglyphs. It's genuinely uncanny

            Thanks for explaining it all. It's riveting information and I'll be checking out those videos, but I don't think religious institutions fear the truth of it - what they fear is the corruption of that truth. Just like the ancients want to be sure their messages stay consistent, so do the Catholics. Heresy isn't a bad word.
            In fact the spread of Christianity to the different races of the world took advantage of the similarities of these different cults. It's not a thing they historically feared. What they see themselves doing is completing the tradition.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            I think the religious institutions aren't run by the institutions themselves. Look at the Christians, they are wonderful people, full of love and care. There is a flaw in this kind of morality. People often judge other by their own standard which causes all kinds of problems. The Christians are being played because they turn the other cheek, pray for their enemies etc. Alls you have to do is cause a series of events to unfold, such as prophesised, and the Christians think its the will of God, so one must sit back and watch it unfold. When really the Bible tells a story that happens and unfolds time and time again, it talks about the rise and fall of civilizations. So technically the biblical prophecies are coming true. But it isn't the will of Yahweh, the devil is a deceiver, i think the christians are being deceived right now.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Christian passivity is a necessary and objective part of enlightenment, and people readily accept it when it's presented to them in terms of Buddhism or secular humanism, experiments with magic mushrooms, and so on. Ego death.
            The problems people have with organized religion are wrapped up in moral relativism, and boredom. They don't want to give authority to a singular institution, because it's not exotic enough. They're bored of their own culture and think that engaging with it means rejecting cool shit from Japan or Africa.

            Well, insofar as the problem is moral relativism - people only *think* they're unwilling to let go of it, but, again, they become very much objective with the discussion when it turns to science, or to "the golden rule" - which is no longer "do unto others" but "to each his own.".
            When the topic is ecumenism, or pantheism - the idea that all is god, or the idea that every religion is right in a way - the average joe who is usually a moral relativist admits to a single unchanging truth being at the base of every tradition.

            Well if that's the case then the truth about morality is the same as that of science - it's restrictive, and true apart from our feelings. If there is a singular truth, then it takes a special class to be able to communicate and maintain it. In the same way that we can't all be PhDs in science, we can't all be professors of such a profound and subtle truth. It also means that, while there's truth and beauty to Japanese Shinto - it isn't immune to spiritual testing. It isn't by violence alone that religion spreads. Many people just acknowledge the truth that proselytizers are coming to speak, whether it's islam or buddhism or whatever.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            I agree passivity is a necessary part of enlightenment, but without being balanced it, well, causes an imbalance. If someone breaks into your house and tries to do evil things to your child are you going to stand by and allow it, because of passivity, or are you going to end the life of intruder. It's all about balance, the yin yang for instance has many meanings, one is balance between the masculine and feminine aspects that reside in all of us. So what's the point in being balanced? progression, the universe wants progression, evolution. That's one of my issues with adopting one belief system, that means others are wrong when the true knowledge is scattered throughout them all, the exoteric and the esoteric. Unless we are all united in this philosophy we're fricked.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            That's the thing - all the issues of what qualifies as balanced have been debated and solved by tradition.
            Where are you getting the idea that you aren't supposed to defend your family against violence as a christian? I bet you if it exists in the tradition it's a known heresy.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Many stories of mythology talk of the Hero's journey. Often involving climbing a mountain to obtain knowledge. Jesus had this battle himself in the story. Religion is like base camp, it lets you climb a bit of the mountain, but forbids you to go any further due to 'unruly weather conditions' so you say you will attempt the summit tomorrow, religion says 'oh no the weather is bad tomorrow too, in fact the mountain is closed' All modern religion, the surface religions are based on hidden (occult) knowledge. So why listen to the surface exoteric (external) knowledge when you can go straight to the horses mouth (esoteric) and find the truth. The answer, mind control.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            There's "going further" and there's regressing, or taking a path that is known to fail. Even the occult tradition has boundaries it's forced to set up. Why are boundaries necessarily a form of negative mind control, as opposed to self-control, or self-discipline?
            For example - the Christian tradition acknowledges different paths for different personality types. Some people are called to asceticism and isolation, others to marriage and social work. But all are called to humility, to challenge passions, and so on.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Occult traditions don't have boundaries in the sense they follow natural law, laws of nature uncreated and unchanged by man, they are a constant and in effect all the time, no matter if you believe in them. We as humans and the entire universe are bound by these laws. The question then is what does the collective believe, and what do they want for the future, the collective can't come to a conclusion because it never askes itself these questions.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            What do you mean, the collective never asks itself what it believes and wants? Of course it does. In the Christian tradition it's stated in the Nicene creed - "i look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the age to come"

            I think you mistyped. You said they don't have boundaries and then explained exactly how they do.
            The laws of nature are binding in an earthly sense, but because we aren't entirely earthly. There is also the realm of ideas, or a spiritual realm, or a heavenly realm.
            The more fundamental law then is the moral law that the creator established - or that law which pre-exists reality, from which reality derives its form.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Never mind what the Christian tradition says, what do you see around you? People walking aimlessly through life with no direction. We can agree on that surely, the answer simply isn't Christianity. Christianity is young compared to where its knowledge came from. We can agree on the perfection, beauty and majesty of the universe and all encompassed within it, and there is some sort of intelligence or something behind it, but that thing isn't the God of the Bible and it wasn't inspired by God, it was written by men and it was influenced by the stories of mythology that predated its authorship.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Aimless and directionless people are by definition not involved in a tradition. It doesn't make sense to reject the tradition on the basis of others' lack of involvement in it.
            I agree that Christianity is young, just like quantum mechanics is young, and archaeology is young. But none of these things are wrong, they're developments on ancient thoughts and techniques.

            When you say that the biblical God was written by men - are you saying it's erroneous for this reason? Or are you saying that claiming anything to be beyond men is erroneous?
            If so, do you not see that you're partaking of a tradition with its own heresies and boundaries which necessitates conflict?

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            When i say it's written by men i mean it's corruptible, First you have to believe the characters and events that happened in the Hebrew Bible are true, which they are not. The new testament was written by men to fulfil the old prophecies to gain control of the minds of the many. Im not saying they don't have deep truths encoded in them, the stories, real stories being told are stories of morality and experience. In this sense yes the Bible is great, but thinking it is a genuine telling of history is crazy. You don't need a church and it's hierarchy when Jesus said himself go into that darkness to pray, don't say it out loud, you get a reply when you do it in silence, the stillness of the mind. This is proof enough you don't need a church or its hierarchy. The idea is you are God, made in his image right, if people only looked in the mirror, not from a point of vanity, but look into the eyes gazing back of them, the universe will present itself. I'm glad we come to the same conclusions, that's my issue with religion, it divides, i don't even know what we are disagreeing on anymore. Peace brother.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            We're disagreeing on the nature of authority, and of moral relativity, and so we're disagreeing on the nature of Christianity itself, because it's exclusive by necessity. I think it's the right path - and I'm currently making investigations into that, which require a lot of investment on my part.
            You don't believe there IS a "right path" - except for an ill-defined and secret one hidden in a labyrinth of fascinating symbols.
            And the reasons you're giving are, in my opinion, not sufficient. Especially because you don't seem terribly knowledgeable about any particular tradition: your own because it's by necessity hidden, and mine because it's too exclusive for your taste. But why is it too exclusive?
            For example - How can you justify cherrypicking moral teachings from Jesus when he also said things like "No man comes to the father except through me?"
            .
            If men are fallible, how can we be trusted to find truth on our own?
            Jesus said to pray quietly because in his time people were praying for brownie points. He wasn't saying it was cool for everyone to go their own way and find their own truth. Of course that's a terrible idea, because people are indeed easily fooled, prideful, and fearful.
            The priestly institutions of the world are barrier against corruption. Their stories of martyrs are supposed to give you courage.

            What do you believe in its place? Masonry? Perennialism? Nothing in particular?

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            I'll clarify a few points then, you say i don't believe in a right path, i do, i talk of the laws of nature, it isn't some ill-defined secretive hidden in a labyrinth. You said this about Christianity earlier remember. Back to the right path, cause and effect, one of the 7 hermetic principles, every action has an equal and opposite reaction newton said, why did he say this, he was an occultist. Onto moral relativity, their are laws, that are always in effect, what is right and wrong, who defines it, the universe does, more to the point the laws the universe is bound by. Does your actions cause harm, if yes, then it's 'wrong' if not then the action is 'good'. If wrong is done we regress, if right is done we progress, we evolve or we devolve. Yes you can find this same meaning within the Bible, but you said yourself it's obscure, ive just described what we can both agree on plain and simple. That doesn't sound like ill-defined mumbo jumbo based on crazy symbolism. The Entire Bible is based on symbolism, meaning it tells multiple stories at the same time.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            You learn about natural law by looking beyond the surface religions. It only guides genocide if you go against natural law. If you break the law you will suffer the consequence. You question natural law yet you don't know what it means.

            Introduction to Natural law, brief introduction. I hope it helps the journey.

            I apologize if I sound presumptuous when referring to natural law - it's because the words themselves don't imply a specific set of metaphysical principles. Scientists study natural laws too. Moral law is a better phrase to use for this set that you gave me, because in nature, the law is simply to kill or be killed. There is one ultimate law and one ultimate punishment for transgression, with many gruesome degrees between.
            Human beings, hermeticists and christians alike, acknowledge a higher law.
            But hermeticists are mistaken in their characterization of this law.
            You would say it's written by human beings - but where do we get it from? Not from nature - because nature functions just fine with or without human beings and their philosophy. Our capacity for guilt and reflection and self-control is distinct from the animal world.

            Christianity is difficult and subtle sometimes but it isn't hidden nor ill-defined. Nearly all ambiguity - such as the confusion with the phrase "turn the other cheek" - is dispersed through an honest engagement with the material. Only a limited and specific set of principles are acknowledged as being beyond human understanding and these are referred to by Catholics and Orthodox as "mysteries".
            Obscure isn't the right word for this because other Christians, especially priests, are now everywhere actively, and openly spreading the good word. In early christian times they were forced into obscurity by the law; but many of them fought for openness and died because of it.

            Nowadays they, unlike occultists, they don't hide in plain sight - if they're giving you a parable it's in a specific and openly given context.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            We HAVE to be trusted to find it on our own, that's the battle we have to fight, within ourselves, like i said its the hero's journey, told many times, jesus took the same journey. The knowledge is right there in front of us. The acknowledgment of the unconscious mind. It runs in the background, it's that connection to whatever we like to think God is, and how we are a product of it. It's the same place the crazy dream realm exists in. Can i prove any of this, no, it has to be experienced. To pray learn how to meditate, silence the mind. Learn symbolism, the universe talks to us in symbols not words. Learn to silence the mind and see what symbols present themselves friend. That's how people find the truth of natural law. The Goddess comes when the mind is silent. She's looking after her children.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Jesus took the same journey, yes - but he was uniquely successful, and very specific when he told us how we were supposed to take up our own journeys - our own crosses. There are saints among us, ordinary people, who did what he asked and were rewarded for it, despite rejecting heresy.
            All the lessons are there in the gospel and the patristic literature. You reject him needlessly for a set of principles that are less fulfilling.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

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        It gets even crazier, when you realize that the planets LITERALLY were the Gods. And they once were much, .uch closer than they are today.

  2. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pray for your enemies, if someone slaps you in one cheek offer them the other, if someone steals your shirt offer them your jacket. It doesn't say literally 'kill someone who attempts to rape your kids' but the message is clear. I agree the qualities of right moral behaviour have been discussed at length and what amount of the population actually take the time to read and understand these principles. Not a lot. That's the problem with adopting one tradition and convincing yourself it has all the answers. If you and another person have different beliefs and hold the same moral values would you argue with them for finding a different path to the truth? or would you focus on the similarities shared. Christians contradict themselves all the time by personally attacking those who don't have the same beliefs.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      The message is actually not clear - the gospel consists of a lot more information in order to flesh out that statement, and it comes with teachers.
      Whether or not people choose to pay attention to the teachers or fall into the heresy of trying to go it alone - sola scriptura - is not an institutional problem. It's an individual problem.
      When people find themselves confused, and when they have questions, the institution exists for you to seek a teacher within the tradition and to ask.

      If conflict and disagreement is an issue, you just gotta ask yourself - how important IS that hidden ice age spiritual tradition? If you were able to find it in it's completeness, what lengths would you go to in order to ensure that everyone got on board?

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Exactly, the message isn't clear, and it can be made clear by abandoning Christianity. I'm not saying disregarding it, take the good, throw out the bad and keep looking. Why follow a doctrine that isn't clear when their are many doctrines that predate it, that it was based on, that tell the truth plain and simple. That's not possible for the Christian because this is heresy and ice age paganism.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          >take the good, throw out the bad
          According to what rule?
          Your personal sense of judgement isn't inherent. It grew through interaction with your civilization. It's consistent and true insofar as your civilization is consistent and true.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Throw out the bad and keep the good isn't my own sense of judgement, it's what harmonises with natural law i keep, for natural law is the truth, i can't change it, so it isn't my judgement. That's what i meant.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Where do you learn about natural law in such a way that it guides you in subtle moral questions?
            It can easily justify genocide, for example.

            So because genocide is a part of history the Bible is exempt from judgement for it's crimes, and crimes committed in its name.

            I don't understand this post.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            You learn about natural law by looking beyond the surface religions. It only guides genocide if you go against natural law. If you break the law you will suffer the consequence. You question natural law yet you don't know what it means.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            Introduction to Natural law, brief introduction. I hope it helps the journey.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          So the message I'm talking about is the message of the phrase "turn the other cheek".
          It isn't clear because four words aren't enough to sustain an entire religion. It's actually clarified by reading more and talking to priests - that is, by honestly engaging with the tradition.
          You can't do that by reading a book on your own, or trying to host every religion in your mind at once. You need to at least build up a consistent frame of reference.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Back to my first image anyway, the squatter man, Yahweh is squatter man, he isn't a God, it's a force of nature. Christianity is just another mythology that tells stories, albeit even more cryptic than the myths it came from. And it's use? genocide. Not preservation. Destruction.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          I don't see how it's about genocide and destruction, or how it's not just the head of a tradition that all the world's cultures have long participated in.

          • 6 months ago
            Anonymous

            So because genocide is a part of history the Bible is exempt from judgement for it's crimes, and crimes committed in its name.

  3. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

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