Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Did Jesus Know About Programming?

Jesus must have known about the programming because he was a Jew. Perhaps, you are wondering why he did not tell the truth to his people regarding the early times of pure awareness when humans scattered over the planet lived happily in contact with the Creator and nature. Would the Jews have believed him if he had said that we are all God's chosen children? I would like to believe that he tried to deprogram his people and use his gift for acquiring new wisdom in an attempt to prevent the priests from carrying out devious designs. His anger in the temple overthrowing tables filled with goods demonstrate his feelings. There is historic evidence published regarding Jesus and his journeys among wise men with the intent of learning a great many truths so he could help enlighten his own people, the Jews. We sometimes forget, his teachings were intended for the Jewish people.

Remember in the New Testament when his disciples brought him a demon possessed woman and Jesus sent her away and answered, "I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel". If he called them lost, he obviously knew that the forty years of programming in the Sinai wilderness had created a mind set, a hypnotic dream for the Jewish people. Moses himself was a tool in the hands of the High Priest. The intent of the High Priest is to subject people to the selfishness of the priests...meaning their way of thought and doing things. We all know about the people systematically burnt in ovens, poisoned with gas and buried alive in common graves. Millions were brutally slain. They were expelled; they were also exterminated in England and Spain. Could it be that non-Jews from a deep subconscious level wanted the programmed Jews eliminated? Throughout history they have been targeted. Why? Could the programming of being chosen be the irritant?

Jesus tried to remove the programming and 'save' his people. He came up with a new religion for them, in contrast to the 'eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth', he said, 'whoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also'. Instead of telling the Jews they were special, he called his people, the servants of God. The consciousness of the Jews was oppressed by the world of the unreal. They refused his teachings. Jews believed they were chosen people as Moses taught and all other peoples ought to be subject to them and Jesus said, 'all are equal before God and love one's neighbor and even one's enemy'. This last sentence contradicts the servants of God statement. At least, I feel it does. We are God's children, individual light projections from the Great Light. As you know, it is not an easy task to remove forty years of programming. Imagine, if we all had been programmed from birth with the good news that we are chosen, I believe the world would be much better off than it is.