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7. The "Light" (7.3.8-7.4.3)
Written by Messiah   
Thursday, 06 July 2006

7.3.8    Free mind of understanding

- “The religion of the future will be a cosmic religion. It should transcend a personal God and avoid dogmas and theology. Covering both the natural and the spiritual, it should be based on a religious sense arising from the experience of all things, natural and spiritual as a meaningful unity. If there is any religion that would cope with modern scientific needs, it would be Buddhism.” - Albert Einstein

Einstein sure had great problems to understand the irrational faiths of mankind. Albert’s quote above brings vital thoughts into light and in the same time it marks his mistake. He mentions a path, Buddhism, and by doing this he violate his own judgment in the statement regarding “avoid dogmas and theology”. Even Buddhism, which probably is the most transparent “religion” that exists today still, is bound to its own dogmas. My conclusion is that a future “cosmic religion” will be about NOT defining how to worship, spiritually practice or to think right. It will be about sharing joy, sympathy, affinity, love and all other things which make life worth living, but without defining a correct way. This “cosmic religion”, which would be nameless, will understand that equally shared control is a part of life and should not be misinterpreted as something related to autocratic faith, beliefs or spiritual guidance which could bring extra powers to the few. I can imagine a future society were Churches and Priests still will exists, but would act as the harmonics of society with a lot higher rank and respect than today. They would be the main uniting force of mankind, which makes us all feel as we are one big family. Imagine what such a great family would be able to accomplish...

7.4    Sin of Light

Hmmm, as I up to now have created an equal sign between Freemasonry and the protection of Light, I also have opened the door for the famous Biblical character, Lucifer. If I do not handle this situation, all my work just has given the Biblical faith more arguments against my own conclusions. This is of course, according to me, one of the fundaments of why religions tend to dislike Freemasonry, science and mankind’s ability to reason.

7.4.1    Who was Lucifer?

First let’s try think rational about the creation named Lucifer. Let go of all your negative thoughts about him, as he was according to the Bible, Ezekiel 28:15, was created with a free will and was perfect in all his ways. Lucifer was Gods anointed cherub, seraph and the highest rank archangel, who were given the divine purpose to protect the Light. Hang on, stop, wait, rewind. Let’s change “protect the light” to “guide of light”, as it’s obvious that light itself can’t be protected. Its nature comes with existence and thereby becomes nature itself. Here, I want to make a clear difference between protecting the ability to preserve and evolve the light and guiding the light. Were God is the light, understanding personified, Lucifer then would be his guide, reason personified. If one think rational about this, were Gods is the Light, one would most likely come to the conclusion that God made Lucifer his personal guide or advisor. The name Lucifer derives from lux (light; genitive lucis) and fero (Latin for to bear, to bring) meaning “bear or bring light”, which also prove the conclusion above. Lucifer can also be related to lu- (Light) and cipher (zero, none) which also can explain why western civilization feared the definition of nothing (zero) in history (mentioned earlier).

7.4.2    Why did God throw Lucifer out of Heaven?

The Bible, Ezekiel 28:17, tells us that Lucifer perverted his power and wanted to exalt himself above God rather than "just" being an Angel of God. Iniquity was found in him, but was not put there by God. He corrupted the wisdom by reason of his brightness. We understand that “his brightness” is equal to his understanding and that it also is a creation of God, which he was, so everything works up to now. But what is “wisdom”? Well, “wisdom” is per definition the ability to make correct judgments and decisions based on the understanding of the present situation. Remember and relate this to communication and cognitive empathy, which I have mentioned earlier. So, what we are looking for is the answer to why Lucifer made the mistake and “Exalt himself above God”. What does this mean? If, God is light and understanding, then “exalt over” must mean that he, as Gods guide and advisor, saw himself as greater than God, the light and understanding – which of course also serve as the reason why his wisdom was corrupted. It’s obvious that understanding and reason have problems to co-operate and this is exactly what this whole dossier is about. Understanding needs control and reason needs its freedom to be able to gain understanding. The two must go hand-in-hand on equal terms, read wisdom, to work together.

7.4.3    But why did Lucifer do wrong?

Now we are up head against the 7 sins, which again are these:

  1. Pride is excessive belief in one's own abilities, which interferes with the individual's recognition of the grace of God. It has been called the sin from which all others arise. Pride is also known as Vanity.
  2. Envy is the desire for others' traits, status, abilities, or situation.
  3. Gluttony is an inordinate desire to consume more than that which one requires.
  4. Lust is an inordinate craving for the pleasures of the body.
  5. Anger is manifested in the individual who spurns love and opts instead for fury. It is also known as Wrath.
  6. Greed is the desire for material wealth or gain, ignoring the realm of the spiritual. It is also called Avarice or Covetousness.
  7. Sloth is the avoidance of physical or spiritual work.

According to my own understanding of behavior in general it most likely was an anomos act that led Lucifer into his Sin, Pride, judged by God. A rational mind would of course agree that the one who wrote these Biblical words possessed a large amount of understanding of human behavior. However, understanding this also would lead to understanding that the creation of Churches and holy texts may be a similar act as the one of Lucifer. Of course the holy texts were written to guide from a present time viewpoint and not to control, which again point out the difference between laws and faith and eventually the separation between state and church. So my conclusions regarding Lucifer, as the sinful archangel, are that God judged him correctly based on Biblical terms in the kingdom of heaven. However, if he would have been a human living in our society, then God must be considered even greater than the Bible, as he, God, the light, understanding personified, includes all mankind and therefore should be judged on such terms - which would be according to the state law. Therefore I would conclude that Freemasonry in its form of protecting the ability to preserve and evolve understanding, as I have learnt to understand it, and as long as it doesn’t violate state laws, it must be considered to be comparable to Lucifer before God did throw him out of heaven.

 


 
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