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7. The Light (7.3-7.3.4)

7.3    ..Or is “Heaven” the Light?

Muhammad7.3.1    Prophet Muhammad of Islam

 Let’s begin with Islam? Well, we now that Islam share the view of The One God (Allah) with both Christianity and Judaism. But instead of claiming a throne of its own, Islam bases its faith upon enlightenment and especially on the one individual which is seen as the last of the great prophets, Muhammad. The thing that does Islam extra interesting is that prophet Muhammad is seen as an ordinary, but highly enlightened, human. So, following the ideas of Muhammad and his Islam mean more focus on how to be a good human of high moral and ethics than having faith in the supernatural, which in Judaism is of higher importance and in Christianity vital.

With this understanding in mind it would be rather simple to understand why Muslims did react as they did when the Danish Newspaper, Jyllands-posten, published the cartoons of Muhammad in September, 2005. For Muslims, this was a hit against their life, not their faith. A counterstrike of the same magnitude would be to point out that in western democracies, money rules – not people, free speech or freedom itself. But, it’s not possible to parse such a message to the western masses, as too few are interested in hearing it. Why? Well, understanding the human mind will give the simple answer: for the time being, they are happy with the situation concerning the matter, which make other things more prioritized. If having the tools of so called “False flag” activities in mind, one also could wonder if the events regarding the pictures of Muhammad as well as the pictures of tortured terrorists are of such type. In divide and conquer tactics, events that increase irrational behavior on the opposing side is normal.

Back to Muhammad - In the 6th century after years of successful trading, faith in the Arabic world was fragmented into polytheism, which means faith in many different gods. To be able to stand against the growing western threat of Christianity and Judaism who both claimed there was only one God, something had to be done. The Koran was written based on Muhammad’s 20 year interpretations of the bible which, according to the legend, was a commandment by the angle Gabriel. Muhammad called on people to renounce all other faiths and to submit to the will of Allah in the year 622, when he had moved to Mecca and founded the first Muslim congregation. He named his faith Islam, which means ‘submission to Allah’. Those who practice Islam became known as Muslims and the faith spread quickly through the Middle East and across North Africa were faithful people also became known as Moors.

Christ7.3.2    Prophet Christ of Christianity

 As all great societies, also the successful Roman Empire had one great weakness – internal stability. This weakness may, have been the answer to why Christianity was founded and became successful. The Jewish problems with Roman authorities were answered with three wars between the years 66 – 135, which included destruction of the second temple in Jerusalem and deportation of the Jews. These events opened the door for the minor religion of Christianity to gain market. Prophet Jesus (Christ) or possibly even someone else came up with the brilliant idea of proclaiming that he (Jesus) was the biblical Messiah and the son of God, living on earth.

-    "Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." - John 14:6

With the New Testament - which is made up of four ancient biographies of Jesus (called Gospels), a history of the early Christians (the book of Acts), early letters (epistles) written by Christian leaders, and Christian prophecies (the Apocalypse, also called the book of Revelation) – the Christians claimed control of the only path to God. Thereby they also did put themselves onto the religious throne, which of course was in direct conflict with the Jews. By stealing the Jewish monopolistic control access to Heaven and The One God, Christianity became popular among the faith seekers. As Christianity grew, history tells about growing conflicts with the Roman authorities. Towards the end of the Roman Empire one could define Christianity as the winner, if there was an internal fight about leadership. However, leading a great society isn’t easy and as the Roman strength weakened, the outside threats grew stronger and eventually conquered the Roman Empire. After previous Emperors had failed to wipe out the Christians, Emperor Constantine instead decided to merge Christianity with the Roman Sun worshipping. He did that thru introducing the Trinity into Christianity, which symbol still today is the cross with a ring or sun behind. And as you already know, the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great, tired of Christianity, packed his elite and moved to Turkey and founded Constantinople. Could Christianity have been founded to gain control using access to Heaven as tool? Well, the “gospel of Judas” uncovered in Egypt that recently has been translated contains the following interesting words: “The secret account of the revelation that Jesus spoke in conversation with Judas Iscariot: In a key passage Jesus tells Judas, 'You will exceed all of them, for you will sacrifice the man that clothes me. Step away from the others and I shall tell you the mysteries of the kingdom". If these gospels are true, then this would mean that Jesus planned his own martyrdom, which itself is interesting. If not, what if Jesus just was a prophet among others and got into trouble with both Romans and the Jews and later the stories about him have been dictated just like this one – to become a tool in the hands of others.

7.3.3    God of Judaism

As a Hebrew exile in Babylon prophet Daniel is believed to have brought Heaven into Judaism influenced by Cyrus the Great, King of Persia. Daniels words by time evolved into the scrolls of Torah (Jewish Bible) and as the Hebrews (The Jews) did put one God (The One God) as the God of Heaven, they dared to challenge most existing faiths. This proved to be the winning solution as the Bible by time became The Bible, so to speak. So, thereby we understand that the Jews, who claimed The One God and bundled it with ancient ideas of Heaven, of course, as long as The One God is accepted, have put themselves onto a religious throne – which of course caused conflicts.

Zoroaster7.3.4    Heaven of Zoroastrianism

 The great worshipper of Zoroastrianism Cyrus the Great, mentioned above, is still being cited in modern times. In year 2003 the Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi said:

-    “I am an Iranian. A descendant of Cyrus the Great. The very emperor who proclaimed at the pinnacle of power 2500 years ago that "... he would not reign over the people if they did not wish it." And [he] promised not to force any person to change his religion and faith and guaranteed freedom for all. The Charter of Cyrus the Great is one of the most important documents that should be studied in the history of human rights.”

So the Great Cyrus worshipped ‘Zoroastrianism’, what’s that? Well, in ancient history faith in many different Gods was common, but sometime between 18th and 11th century BC, an ‘Aryan’ Iranian prophet named Zoroaster or more correctly, Zarathustra is believed to have founded the basics of what today is commonly known as “Heaven”. Zoroastrianism has its roots in a social, political, and religious schism of the Bactrian Iranians from the primitive Aryans. This idea of Heaven as a place were human souls were connected with the supernatural, of course became of great value in a world were people worshipped many different Gods. By defining Heaven he gained control over a place in mind transparent to all Gods and thereby he reserved his place in history as one of to the most important religious prophets.

Interesting knowledge:

  • Zoroaster and his ideas are mentioned in texts of almost every existing old religion.
  • Hitler and The Nazi’s were deeply engaged in racist ideology which they linked to Zoroaster’s “Aryan” race, as one of mankind’s pure root-races.
  • The “Swastika”, used by the Nazis, in its origin is an Aryan noble symbol for satya, truth, and stability within the power of Surya, the sun.
  • The Vikings faith also seems to have been influenced by the ideas of Zoroaster.
  • Like Zoroastrianism, modern Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism also are Aryan religions, as conversion and initiation into them allows one to become Aryan or Noble.
  • Emperor Constantine’s creation, the Christian Trinity (Father, son and the holy spirit), has it’s origin in Zoroastrian “Ahura” which also may stand as a proof that the Romans were more into Eastern faiths than Western which was the conflict that initiated the move to Byzantine (Constantinople).

There are few if any real proofs from this ancient times, so trying to figure out the reality behind texts and artifacts must be a fascinating job, especially when great individuals like Zoroaster has influenced afterlife as far as up to our present modern times and still is by many seen as the source of structured religious beliefs.

 

 


 
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