Re: Jah Rastafari in thre persons
Posted By: knowledge In Response To: Re: Jah Rastafari in thre persons (selassielive)
Date: Tuesday, 10 February 2009, at 8:11 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Jah Rastafari in thre persons (selassielive)
Hail up SelassieLive.
I don't really share your viewpoint re H.I.M. and Jesus, I don't mean a disrespect when I say this, so I have decided to qualify my view point in context to your statement!
Depending on whose story/legend you want to accept.
Jesus was either
a) The Messiah
b) The Lion of Judah (1st time around)
c) Son of God
d) God him self
Personally I don't share any of them views
If Yashua aka Jesus, aka Joshua ben Joshua, aka Je-sus, or I-sus etc was a (Super)man, then how come there is nothing to show him inna History?
You would think that the system would have shown him within a historical context. But they don't because they can't! As the I must know they have been distorting history ever since, so why not invent a historical set of events OUTSIDE OF THE BIBLE?
Even inna the Bible, if you take the standard King james version (KJV) you find the glaring facts that:-
1) Jesus never had no children (even though other sources say different)
2. The Line of Solomon - HIM Selassie I does not interchange it's direct from to Solomon to H.I.M
3. Jesus wasn't of the Line of David - via Joseph,
unless you accept that Joseph was his father. Which would somewhat contradict the virgin birth!
4. At the risk of sounding a cynical way - Why would the creator of consciousness and creation the Universe(s) decide to impregnate a human being's wife? Doesnt that break one of 10 commandments - the one about being Joe Grind wid you neighbours wife! I dont know if you are into all that patent, no sorry but blatant nonsense I ain't
However if you or any other reader does believe that, then why is it that every generation of H.I.M. lineage from Solomon to Selassie I have both of their parents? Selassie I has his mother and father? How does that work? bearing in mind that the emphasis is the on Jesus here not H.I.M.
Jesus as an idea or concept is not bad -insofar as what he is saying is indeed words of comfort and even the beginning of salvation (in terms of freeing one's mind). But it all falls down when they start to include nonsense, like he was a virgin birth, that he died and then came back. etc etc I personally do not accept them forms of foolishness.
However if the emphasis was placed upon the idea (remember the person himself said he was not god - but the son of man!)Then this world would be a much better place! But as I have stated, the overall plan of Babylon as de I would say(or the System) is about control in this time/consciousness; to entrap people into being actually part of this reality, trapped physically and mentally in a prison of materialism.
People left scrabbling for echoes of a long suppressed truth, grabbing out at an elusive instinctiveness that reminds one that this is not what they want you to believe it is.
Remember -They are those that know something (about you/us) that they don't want us/you to know!
Hail the Creator (First Source)
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