The war, that has been created, to allow a new god?

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The war, that has been created, to allow a new god?

Before I start getting into this, let me state that, I am not bashing any religion or belief system as we all need something to believe in, that is greater than ourselves. So that we have a goal to attain and or a persona that can be attributed to what goes on in our world, this has been evident in the world since man first stood upon it. It is and always has been a war of positive energy versus negative energy and trying to find a balance that serves instead of destroys, regardless of what name you give it, it has power.

After all what is a god or Deity?

A god can be many things, just look at belief systems around the world today and not just Christianity and all the main stream indoctrinated systems look too at the word, Deity.

Is this not also a form of god, per say?  Deities where around long before the Gods, so what is a deity Please take note of the highlighted bold text in the descriptions.

“de·i·ty  [dee-i-tee] 

noun, plural de·i·ties.

a god or goddess.

divine character or nature, especially that of the Supreme Being; divinity.

the estate or rank of a god: The king attained deity after his death.

a person or thing revered as a god or goddess: a society in which money is the only deity.

the Deity, God; Supreme Being.

Origin:

1250–1300; Middle English deite  < Old French  < Late Latin deitāt-  (stem of deitās ), equivalent to Latin dei-  (combining form of deus  god) + -tāt- -ty, formed after Latin dīvīnitās divinity

World English Dictionary

deity  (ˈdeɪtɪ, ˈdiːɪ-)

 — n  , pl -ties

1.          a god or goddess

2.          the state of being divine; godhead

3.          the rank, status, or position of a god

4.         the nature or character of God

 [C14: from Old French, from Late Latin deitās,  from Latin deus  god]

 

Deity  (ˈdeɪtɪ, ˈdiːɪ-)

 — n

the Deity  the Supreme Being; God

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Word Origin & History

deity

c.1300, from O.Fr. deite, from L.L. deitatem (nom. deitas) “divine nature,” coined by Augustine from L. deus “god,” from PIE *deiwos (see Zeus).

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Ok so thats Deity, I am not saying they don’t exist, what I am saying is that they are not of this dimension and have in essence been around since time immemorial, now God, which is in essence just a more refined form of deity or should i say more encompassing. In most cases a singular unit with a personification of what we would like to be.

“God  [god]  Show IPA

noun

the one Supreme Being, the creator and ruler of the universe.

the Supreme Being considered with reference to a particular attribute: the God of Islam.

( lowercase ) one of several deities, especially a male deity, presiding over some portion of worldly affairs.

( often lowercase ) a supreme being according to some particular conception: the god of mercy.

Christian Science. the Supreme Being, understood as Life, Truth, love, Mind, Soul, Spirit, Principle.

verb (used with object), god·ded, god·ding. ( lowercase )

to regard or treat as a god; deify; idolize.

interjection

(used to express disappointment, disbelief, weariness, frustration, annoyance, or the like): God, do we have to listen to this nonsense?

Origin:

before 900; Middle English, Old English;  cognate with Dutch god, German Gott, Old Norse goth, Gothic guth

 

Related forms

non·god, noun

sem·i·god, noun

sub·god, noun

un·der·god, noun

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World English Dictionary

god  (ɡɒd)

 — n

1.          a supernatural being, who is worshipped as the controller of some part of the universe or some aspect of life in the world or is the personification of some forceRelated: divine

2.          an image, idol, or symbolic representation of such a deity

3.       any person or thing to which excessive attention is given: money was his god

4.       a man who has qualities regarded as making him superior to other men

5.          ( in plural ) the gallery of a theatre

 

Related: divine

 [Old English god;  related to Old Norse goth,  Old High German got,  Old Irish guth  voice]

God  (ɡɒd)

 — n

1.          theol  the sole Supreme Being, eternal, spiritual, and transcendent, who is the Creator and ruler of all and is infinite in all attributes; the object of worship in monotheistic religions

2.       play God  to behave in an imperious or superior manner

 — interj

3.          an oath or exclamation used to indicate surprise, annoyance, etc (and in such expressions as My God!  or God Almighty! )

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Word Origin & History

 

god

O.E. god “supreme being, deity,” from P.Gmc. *guthan (cf. Du. god, Ger. Gott, O.N. guð, Goth. guþ), from PIE *ghut- “that which is invoked” (cf. Skt. huta- “invoked,” an epithet of Indra), from root *gheu(e)- “to call, invoke.” But some trace it to PIE *ghu-to- “poured,” from root *gheu- “to

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Easton

Bible Dictionary

God definition

(A.S. and Dutch God; Dan. Gud; Ger. Gott), the name of the Divine Being. It is the rendering (1) of the Hebrew _’El_, from a word meaning to be strong; (2) of _’Eloah_, plural _’Elohim_. The singular form, _Eloah_, is used only in poetry. The plural form is more commonly used in all parts of the Bible, The Hebrew word Jehovah (q.v.), the only other word generally employed to denote the Supreme Being, is uniformly rendered in the Authorized Version by “LORD,” printed in small capitals. The existence of God is taken for granted in the Bible. There is nowhere any argument to prove it. He who disbelieves this truth is spoken of as one devoid of understanding (Ps. 14:1). The arguments generally adduced by theologians in proof of the being of God are: (1.) The a priori argument, which is the testimony afforded by reason. (2.) The a posteriori argument, by which we proceed logically from the facts of experience to causes. These arguments are, (a) The cosmological, by which it is proved that there must be a First Cause of all things, for every effect must have a cause. (b) The teleological, or the argument from design. We see everywhere the operations of an intelligent Cause in nature. (c) The moral argument, called also the anthropological argument, based on the moral consciousness and the history of mankind, which exhibits a moral order and purpose which can only be explained on the supposition of the existence of God. Conscience and human history testify that “verily there is a God that judgeth in the earth.” The attributes of God are set forth in order by Moses in Ex. 34:6,7. (see also Deut. 6:4; 10:17; Num. 16:22; Ex. 15:11; 33:19; Isa. 44:6; Hab. 3:6; Ps. 102:26; Job 34:12.) They are also systematically classified in Rev. 5:12 and 7:12. God’s attributes are spoken of by some as absolute, i.e., such as belong to his essence as Jehovah, Jah, etc.; and relative, i.e., such as are ascribed to him with relation to his creatures. Others distinguish them into communicable, i.e., those which can be imparted in degree to his creatures: goodness, holiness, wisdom, etc.; and incommunicable, which cannot be so imparted: independence, immutability, immensity, and eternity. They are by some also divided into natural attributes, eternity, immensity, etc.; and moral, holiness, goodness, etc.

Easton’s 1897 Bible Dictionary

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American Heritage

Idioms & Phrases

God

In addition to the idioms beginning with god, also see act of god; for god’s sake; honest to god; lap of the gods; mills of gods grind slowly; my god; put the fear of god in; so help me (god); thank god; there but for the grace of god; tin god.

The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer.

Copyright © 1997. Published by Houghton Mifflin. “

 

Now that we have clarified that they are essentially one and the same thing and in essence and where created by man, may I pose another question, who gave them the power and why?

I am lead to believe that, Deities were created to explain the unexplainable and also attributed to certain themes or places and times of year. They were generally available to all classes of people but were only communicated to via those who chose to follow a certain genre of that, which was applicable to the people of that era and space. Therefore indoctrinated into a power sect, (Created by man) which then gave them, presumably, a greater control over those who did not have these teachings; sound a little off the planet doesn’t it!

Then we created Gods, why, because there was a faction of people who believed that they could not control those who followed Deities, because they were seen as Neanderthal and of lower standing within the world and needed to be enlightened, to a new and more omnipotent and presumably greater man made deity. To what avail, Control!

The people, who created these, had a need for dominance, a need for uniformity, a need for subservience, not only to them but to what they wholly believed to be a greater good. (Generally they are considered to be those who would have dominance or a greater knowledge or wisdom over others).

For without conformity there would be unrest, so they believed. They also knew that man has a need to know of what and whence he came, for he does not believe in himself enough to be able to conceive that he is and always will be the creator of his own destiny.

Man has systematically given away his power, to those who would control, because he does not wish to be responsible for his thought, word or actions, with a deity or god you can put the blame else ware. And in some cases be exonerated for telling someone in the spiritual or monastic doctrine, what you have done wrong and you will be absolved of it? How can you be absolved of something you have done? What justification is there that says you can do what you like;” just repent all and all will be forgiven”? Something wrong here don’t you think with organized religions, I digress.

 

So, man creates something that he feels he needs in order to not take responsibility for his actions and now has a new stooge to take the fall. Mind you though, this stooge cannot be held accountable because he doesn’t exist within our reality. He or it is in actuality a creation of the mind. Yes there may have been those who through the ages have seen things happen that are unexplainable but does that make you a god just because you can perform what others cannot?

I say that generally Deity’s and gods are a manifestation of our own thought process as well as the energies we give them and do not live within this reality (Having said this I do believe that there are energies associated with areas, which have been misconstrued as either gods or deities). I also say that with enough energy transference you can make miracles happen. Our minds are more than capable of overcoming many things, some of which seem insurmountable. The body is a machine that adapts. The body is also a machine that can repair itself. With mental focus you too can achieve that which is only given to gods and why, because we are all part of a singularity and within that singularity we are but one aspect of it.

Energy transference, we have ironically given away our power via energy transference and allowed those with no real power over us, to have it.

From the beginning of time we have seen this happen numerous times, where a class of people has decided that there is a need for a greater unification or purification. Unfortunately this means a loss of freedom in many ways, as has happened before with every global regime whether it is a government or faction, belief system or any other form of oppression.

What do I and many others see within the world today, it is heading toward a new god head figure, that will see a world basing its beliefs upon a system that provides for those who have and disregards those who do not, completely, conformity will be the new norm, individuality will be lost, freedom lost, true spirituality lost. Why because we do not believe we are worthy, when in essence we are all one god, our unity, freedom and spirituality are what make us gods. As a collective we are a singular energy being. Energy affects all that is within and outside of this reality, therefore we are the creators of the universal.

So what is it that makes us give away our power, our given right to be a part of the universe, to interact with and find our own true essence, FEAR, fear of loss, whether it be of those we love or the things we think we need. Why do we fear these things, because in society today we are led to believe that unless we have and conform, we do not fit in and more than anything else we seek acceptance of our own being from others, whether that be love, compassion or anything else our need to fit in and be accepted is innate within us all it stems from the collective from whence we came.

Why does it come from whence we came, I shall iterate that we are all one and just different aspects of it, in our unity we find love and acceptance, without it we feel lost and alone.

Society and consumerism add to the lost and alone feelings that we feel when we do not conform to that which we know is not a true part of us. Consumerism has been set as a benchmark for normal, if you don’t have that new gadget or are not up with the times or music, you are considered inferior.

 

If you don’t follow the mainstream media and believe what they tell you, you are considered an anarchist, conspiracy theorist, rebel or even terrorist in some cases. Yet, these people we label as such are generally the ones with eyes wide open and see the agendas being played out or are connected with something outside of themselves that alerts them to the forthcoming events, should the play be allowed to transpire into reality. They are generally the people who have not bought into the false reality being forced upon us all.

So where is this new god coming from, I believe it is coming from and is already instilled in the people of the world, the corporate sector and will obliterate any and all things that are not material. It will take us even further from our own truth and we will be lost forever to a system that will not provide for all but for the few. We will be slaves to a system that is geared for total conformity; if you do not conform you will be left aside. All that the mind fears because of the loss of our cosmic unity will be lost along with us, we will become ( even more so than now) Slaves to a system, a system that is designed to stop us from finding our true path, our unity, our collective energy resonance. Your power will be stripped from you or you will be removed, for there is no place in this new world that is coming for those who do not conform.

This is why we are seeing so much unrest in the world today, those who are “awake” trying to save any semblance of our true selves and awaken others who have lost their way. We as a species will to some extent survive but within that survival we will be lost.

The God I see coming, is not a just and fair god. This god does not believe in anything outside of itself. It believes it has the power to change the world (and it does) for the good of all, designed (so they say) to bring us to a new world order of conformity and slavery, with a total loss of individuality and freedom. Sound familiar?

My Question will always be and has always been, why do we not step into our own power in unity and accept who and what we are for the good of all and stop giving away our power, to those who only wish to suppress our true being and our true power, that try to stop us being able to move the universe (and our planet) into a more balanced, spiritual and soul filling experience, like it was meant to be? I still believe, that there is good in all, I still believe, that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, I still believe, that when we are unified, we are the force that creates not destroys. It is in our soul to be greater than we are now, we were sent here to expand the universal mind consciousness and energy, to learn and experience the joy of life unfettered to be able to connect with our higher selves without inhibitors, to remove that which does not serve our soul being human experience, to find unity and conformity in peace, with love, respect and understanding of all, so what would you like to be a part of.

 

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~ by white owl on July 13, 2014.

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