Tuesday, 18 September 2012

What's wrong with orthodox Christianity?





The Pleroma of the Gnostics is equivalent to the Agnisoma Mandala of the Vedic Aryan Religion.

Gospel of Thomas says, "The kingdom of heaven is spread out upon the earth, but men don't see it."

Its true that men don't see that the Mediterranean Religions of the Near East and the Eastern Religions of the far east were able to access the same ultimate reality and describing the same ultimate reality. Only unwise men see the differences between religions and quarrel with each other killing each other without seeing the common esoteric knowledge hidden in Hinduism and Christianity.

We must, therefore, distinguish the qualities of the pleroma. The qualities are pairs of opposites, such as— 
The Effective and the Ineffective.
Fullness and Emptiness.
Living and Dead.
Difference and Sameness.
Light and Darkness.
The Hot and the Cold.
Force and Matter.
Time and Space.
Good and Evil.
Beauty and Ugliness.
The One and the Many. etc. 
The pairs of opposites are qualities of the pleroma which are not, because each balanceth each. As we are the pleroma itself, we also have all these qualities in us. Because the very ground of our nature is distinctiveness, therefore we have these qualities in the name and sign of distinctiveness, which meaneth— 
1. These qualities are distinct and separate in us one from the other; therefore they are not balanced and void, but are effective. Thus are we the victims of the pairs of opposites. The pleroma is rent in us. 
2. The qualities belong to the pleroma, and only in the name and sign of distinctiveness can and must we possess or live them. We must distinguish ourselves from qualities. In the pleroma they are balanced and void; in us not. Being distinguished from them delivereth us. 
- Seven Sermons to the Dead, the Summary of the Red Book, Carl Jung
This union or oneness of two seemingly mutually opposite qualities is the root (or source) of all birth and this exists everywhere and in everything. 
- Devudu Narasimha Shastry, the Summary of MahaBrahmana.