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Silence IS Golden…

April 21, 2021

Here is a biggie…

Remember the Passion of Christ? Hollyweird showed it to the world in great and gory detail, so everyone, xtian and otherwise, saw that passion was suffering.

As a matter of fact, etymologically speaking…

passion (n.)c. 1200, “the sufferings of Christ on the Cross; the death of Christ,” from Old French passion “Christ’s passion, physical suffering” (10c.), from Late Latin passionem (nominative passio) “suffering, enduring,” from past-participle stem of Latin pati “to endure, undergo, experience,” a word of uncertain origin. The notion is “that which must be endured.”

So passion was all about pain and suffering and of course, thereby attached to sin, because he supposedly (the entire story is massively allegorical and astrotheological, but that’s a tale for another day) died for everyone’s sins.

And then of course, along came John Dee and his co-horts (the society of Spear Shakers) and turned olde english on it’s head.

And now, we are constantly exhorted to live with passion, find a passion, make love passionately….

Passion seems to be the driving force behind success, love, manifestation….everything.

And yet the root of the word is ultimate suffering.

And you have a lot of Com-Passion in your heart? you poor dear, so much suffering….

You get the drift.

Language is far more than a tool to enable communication.
It is, in this reality, EVERY THING.

The way we speak today is akin to child who grew up being told white is black and black is white and he wonders why he simply cannot get along in this world where everyone thinks he is crazy.

Multiply that by the millions and billions speaking this forked tongue. for thousands of years, is it any wonder our wor(l)d looks and sounds psychotic?

Genesis 11:7 : “Come let us go down and confuse their tongues, so they will not understand one another”…

Silence IS golden…

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  1. April 23, 2021 6:28 pm

    It does feel odd to be saying the Passion of Christ, unless you use it in the old English sense of passion as suffering. Christ may not have been a historical person, since the birth of Christ as celeberated is around the shortest day of the year, and his resurrection around the Spring equinox, when we come out of winter. Yes, as you say, at one level, he could be a kind of cosmic allegory from “pagan” beliefs.
    I don’t think Romans or others of those times would have found entertainment in subjecting a guy to such intense and prolonged punishment.
    Schwaller de Lubicz in one of his books talks about Egyptian understanding of numbers, he does also mention numbers several times in Temple of Man (Genesis – God made man in his own image. Also in Vedas, as is the microcosm, so is the macrocosm, as is the human body so is the cosmos).
    The number 2 is not 1+1, but combination of positive and negative, male and female, north pole and south pole, or opposing elements that lead to life or activity. I’m not sure what his interpretation of Egyptian understanding of number 5, if it comes about by pinning together two sets of opposite forces, the cross.

    The Egyptian symbol of the key of life “ankh” looks almost like a cross.

    So does pinning together two sets of opposing forces lead to suffering, cleaning of sins (corruption), and regeneration/resurrection? The cross (number 5) is the key to transcended life, the way number 3 (male and female creating life which is 3) is life?

    • April 26, 2021 5:42 pm

      The Ankh is the symbol of man. The headless ankh, masquerading as the letter T in the Aleph-bet, is the Decapitated man…

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