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Old 02-16-2010, 03:25 PM   #17
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Default Re: Lucifer, Demons, 'Dark Beings' - who are really the 'good' guys??

The Cathars[1] believed there were two gods at work in the universe. Their understanding of the world was a simplistic view of a very complex issue. Their interpretation came from a time when the concepts of humanity could only be expressed in the terms understood in that particular era.

Here in this particular third density, the Cathars believed that Rex Mundi was the God of the World. They saw everything - both good and evil - of this gross material density as the work of Rex Mundi. In their time, they saw the Catholic (Roman Empire) Church as the work of Rex Mundi. This belief led to the total inhalation of the Cathars.

So, you see TheChosen, your issue: "Lucifer, Demons, 'Dark Beings' - who are really the 'good' guys??", has been addressed throughout the history of Humanity. (Gnostic belief can be traced back into early Grecian Civilization, and was a very popular belief system during the times of the Roman Empire) The knowledge of antiquity has simply been "purged" from the record as a means to protect those who manipulate reality from behind the smoke-and-mirrors.

The Cathars also believed the Creator of All There Is, i.e. the rest of the universe, was the Goddess Amour, the Goddess of Love.

As I said, this is all a very simplistic view of an extremely complex issue....

NOTE: [1] The Cathars were the last living social structure of the Gnostic faith. They occupied the Languedoc region of France and were "purged" from existence during the Albigensian Crusades ordered by Pope Innocent III. This is the source of the quote: "kill them all, let God sort it out".
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