Eating Its Foot, And Standing On Its Food

26/11/2016 11:46

Eating Its Foot, And Standing On Its Food

Buddhism arose in India through the Vedas (1700-1100 B.C.) of Australoid immigrants inhabiting the Indus valley of India.1 The Vedas contained descriptions of  the world as avidya,2 that is, `delusion`, which was the basis of the Hindu religion`s teachings against ignorance. In Hinduism gods and goddesses indwell within the body`s chakras, which gave rise to the teachings of Guatama Buddha (563-483 BCE) in India as a system of spiritual elevation through the activation of the body`s chakras, which were physicaly identifiable as locations along the human spine that became centers of conscious awareness as the individual became more intelligent through their developing of knowledge about - and within - the natural and artificial environment they dwelt in. In simple terms, chakra activation met with characterological - and phenomenological - changes in the externality mirroring what was going on within the individual in terms of their developing level of spiritual attainment. Or, in other words, the chakras were a `ladder` to heaven comparable to the Ascension of Christianity`s Jesus, who was killed by the Romans, but had Resurrection and Ascension to heaven after teaching the Jewish `chosen people` of Palestine under occupation by the Empire of Rome the simplest of precepts conferring Salvation: `Love your neighbor as you love yourself.` (Mk: 12. 31) The popular children`s game, `Snakes and Ladders`, began in ancient India as Moksha Patam (`the ladder to Salvation`),3 and for Christians it reflects upon the role of the angel, Satan, who was turned into a serpent by God for rejecting God`s plan that the human host should be greater than the angelic host. God gave to Eve, the first woman, and Adam the first man, `the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil`, which it was death to taste, in order to enslave the human race in memoryless ephemerality, that is, climbing the chakra ladder wasn`t what the snake wanted humans for.



 God told Eve her `seed` would have `enmity` with the `serpent`s seed`: `You shall crush the head of the serpent with your foot, but he will bruise your heel.` (Gen: 3. 15) Because saurian evolution in the Mesozoic period, 248 m.a., preceded human evolution in the Jurassic period, 220 m.a.,4 the winged angels of God correspond to winged saurians as the `fallen` angels of God, that is, a winged intelligence that was dominant upon the Earth before humans, so Jesus` disciple, John, describes Satan as a `red dragon`, because the `serpent`s seed` are those who bomb from the air: `The dragon was wroth with the woman and went to make war on the remnant of her seed.` (Rev: 12. 17) In terms of Hinduism and Buddhism what that means is that the human can`t climb the ladder of Ascension to heaven because of the snake. Although Adam is understood to be a man, in Judaism Adam is a hermaphroditic anthropos,5 that is, Eve`s emergence from the rib of Adam, created by God from the side of the first man, is understandable in two ways. Adam was a futanarian woman with penis` semen of her own and so capable of self-fertilization, a species` survival trait, or she was what Jewish law and history, that is, the Torah and Talmud of the Old Testament of the Bible, call `the female spirit of God`, the Shekinah. According to Christianity there`s a difference between spirit and soul, although in Egypt, where the Jews were slaves before their exodus to Palestine, the terms `Ka` for spirit and `Ba` for soul reverberate in the name of the temple of Abraham in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, where `the Egyptian woman`, Hajer, bore Ishmael, the founder if Islam through his descendant, Mohamed, that is, the `Ka Ba`, because Islam and Judaism are futanarian religions seeking the union of women with `woman`s seed`. Consequently, men and women represent the world of delusion, that is, avidya in Hinduism, which is samsara in Buddhism.6 The gods` interactions with goddesses represent the demons besetting futanarian humanity`s attempts to waken into full conscious realization through the capacity of `woman`s seed` to sexually reproduce brainpower to escape slavery.



 In parasitology the parasite that emerges from the host to kill it is termed `parasitoid`,7 which is what war is the manifestation of. Consequently, Jesus` Messianic birth from his mother, the Virgin Mary, was uncontaminated by male semen. He was `woman`s seed`, which is why he was killed by the Romans, who represented that evil parasitoid nature, Satan, that didn`t want `woman`s seed` to ascend the ladder of conscious development to run her own race and escape slavery to colonize the planets amongst the stars of heaven above the Earth. Jesus was the redeemer, because his Resurrection and Ascension to heaven through the power of God prefigured that of `woman`s seed`, although Christianity`s neglecting of the theme in its proselytizing is badly damaging. In Judaism a Jew can only be born from a Jewess, that is, women are Jews, so Jesus was called the `Second Adam` because he was born from his mother, the Virgin Mary, as a Jewish man with `woman`s seed`. Judaism was founded by Isaac, son of the wife of Abraham, Sara, who barren thereafter gave Hajer, `the Egyptian woman`, to Abraham, and Hajer subsequently bore Ishmael, whose descendant Mohamed received the Koran (610-30 C. E.) from the angels of God who`d been told that the human host was to be greater than the angelic. According to the Koran, Jesus wasn`t killed by the Romans, but had Ascension to heaven,8 and the Koran is the authority cited for the Moslems polygamous marriages of four wives, which affords the possibility of human futanarian sexual reproduction of brainpower from `woman`s seed` to escape the `red dragon` of war and ascend to the planets amongst the stars. In short, the Koran amongst the Moslems in Islam presents Jesus` teaching as a chakra ladder, whereas Christianity`s New Testament of the Bible of Jesus` teaching depicts Satanism`s attempt to prevent the Ascension to heaven of `woman`s seed`. In other words, the world`s religions are a part of a coherent whole viewed from the perspective of humanity.



 What has puzzled monotheism is the belief amongst Hindus and Buddhists that bodies contain gods and goddesses, for example, the cow in Hinduism is sacred,9 because it constitutes a microcosm in which gods and goddesses live and have their being in the same way that the chakras situated along the human spine are depicted as having indwelling gods and goddesses. Eve emerged from the side of Adam, according to the Bible, which suggests that she was an indweller. Science has attempted to explain animal soul as separate and distinct from humans often by reference to Jesus` Holy Spirit, which he said would teach after him and, as the `Second Adam`, the `spirit of God`, that is, the female Shekinah, was expected to emerge from his side as the `Second Eve` after it was pierced by the Roman guard, Longinus, upon Jesus` death after he was taken to the hill of Calvary outside the city of Jerusalem by the Romans and nailed to a cross of wood whereupon he died: `Surely, this was the son of God.` (Matt: 27. 54) However, insofar as Jesus` Holy Spirit corresponds to Eve, the `spirit of God` is what science defines as the animal soul,10 which is the basis for eating animal flesh, that is, because the flesh is that of an animal with an animal soul, it`s for eating. Consequently, the Hindu and Buddhist chakra ladder is indicative of a war in nature between the devourer and the devoured, that is, for the evil parasitoid unredeemed nature besetting futanarian humanity`s `woman`s seed`, women are food. The ancient Egyptians explained `Ka` and `Ba` as the `spirit` (Ka) of `woman`s seed`, and her soul (Ba) body,11 which are for the sexual reproduction of the human futanarian race to the planets amongst the stars of heaven above the Earth. Men`s devouring warfare explained humans as food, because they`re saurian nature.



 The structural anthropologist, Claude Lévi-Strauss,12 argued that the human brain was limited by its ability to perceive, and male braining through the progressive extinguishing of `woman`s seed` damns the human brain, so its able to perceive even less than it could. Consequently, humans are becoming blind. In his work on food, Lévi-Strauss observed there was a `culinary triangle` derived from nature by humans and based on food preparation, that is, raw flesh was transformed by fire into cooked food. Although Lévi-Strauss argued that this was a basic cultural activity upon which civilization was built, men`s socio-economic history of breeding `woman`s seed` as food to be devoured by its worship of war as a god belies the structural anthropological basis of Lévi-Strauss` assertion, that is, saurian parasitoid nature breeds men for war and the devouring of `woman`s seed`. In ancient Greece, for example, which is held to be the `model of democracy`, homosexuality in pederasty for war was institutionalized and women`s host wombs were enslaved for that purpose. The Satanist perspective is that, if humans are blind, they`ll never see a way out of their slavery and, leaving aside a concomitant inability to produce brainpower, if there isn`t any `woman`s seed`, humans will never even produce eyes to see with. In short, structural anthropology is the science of describing the death of the human brain and its eyesight. Or, in other words, Lévi-Strauss` culinary triangle doesn`t describe human development, but its fall down the chakra ladder to a point from which it can`t distinguish between eating its foot and standing on its food.

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