Differences between human spirits from different periods of time

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Re: Differences between human spirits from different periods of time

Postby LightOne » Sun Feb 04, 2018 10:03 am

Forgot to add, they also might have coexisted with these entities that have lived on the Earthen plane. But not all of them would have feared then hated them right? Like they did highly respect angels and see them as their superiors in another plane.



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Re: Differences between human spirits from different periods of time

Postby LightOne » Sun Feb 04, 2018 11:36 am

And chivalry(protect the weak) plus honor for the good parts of them, atleast the Christian ones.



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Re: Differences between human spirits from different periods of time

Postby Aprophis » Tue Feb 06, 2018 9:03 am

ServantofJustice wrote:Are they if a lighter or darker mentality than modern people compared, and if darker why did they feel more drawn to seeking out ‘light based’ spirituality just curious? Catholic kingdoms officially claimed to be aligned with angels and their rulers, as well as trying to imitate what they perceived to be their society style and apply it to humans. In some situations people even flogged themselves, or went to extremes in medieval ‘light spirituality focused’ societies in order to ‘defeat’ their ‘dark half’ and also in others with strict discipline methods in rules.

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In the end it was all about power. Just look at it. They say they work in the name of god, that all your worldly desires are evil. You have to punish yourself if you feel them.

It wasn't about defeating your dark half, it was about you thinking dirty things, them exerting their power over you.

Look at the popes, bishops, etc. Did they run around in dirty rags? They were some of the best educated, influential and more importantly rich people.

The whole bible and the ten commandments were based upon very very simple rules of living together in a society which were later blown out of proportion to be used by those in power to remain in power, because they pretended to serve the highest power there is. But all they did was look out for themselves, living in splendour and putting on a goodly face.

Read up on the knights templar and why Prince Phillip the Fair had them killed and how the holy church supported him in that endeavour.

Or think about how they sold indulgences to forgive any sin, just to earn money so they could stuff their faces even more.

ServantofJustice wrote:So as said every time somebody was knighted or crowned a ruler, a bishop supervising performed a ritual on them to spiritually link their authority to the catholic god and angels also.

Because they wanted to have the worldly leaders under their influence, so they could rule in the background.


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Re: Differences between human spirits from different periods of time

Postby LightOne » Tue Feb 20, 2018 4:08 pm

Aprophis wrote:
ServantofJustice wrote:Are they if a lighter or darker mentality than modern people compared, and if darker why did they feel more drawn to seeking out ‘light based’ spirituality just curious? Catholic kingdoms officially claimed to be aligned with angels and their rulers, as well as trying to imitate what they perceived to be their society style and apply it to humans. In some situations people even flogged themselves, or went to extremes in medieval ‘light spirituality focused’ societies in order to ‘defeat’ their ‘dark half’ and also in others with strict discipline methods in rules.

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In the end it was all about power. Just look at it. They say they work in the name of god, that all your worldly desires are evil. You have to punish yourself if you feel them.

It wasn't about defeating your dark half, it was about you thinking dirty things, them exerting their power over you.

Look at the popes, bishops, etc. Did they run around in dirty rags? They were some of the best educated, influential and more importantly rich people.

The whole bible and the ten commandments were based upon very very simple rules of living together in a society which were later blown out of proportion to be used by those in power to remain in power, because they pretended to serve the highest power there is. But all they did was look out for themselves, living in splendour and putting on a goodly face.

Read up on the knights templar and why Prince Phillip the Fair had them killed and how the holy church supported him in that endeavour.

Or think about how they sold indulgences to forgive any sin, just to earn money so they could stuff their faces even more.

ServantofJustice wrote:So as said every time somebody was knighted or crowned a ruler, a bishop supervising performed a ritual on them to spiritually link their authority to the catholic god and angels also.

Because they wanted to have the worldly leaders under their influence, so they could rule in the background.
In your opinion did people have more of an advantage when it came to working with spirits/beings, magick and were affected by ‘the veil’ less or more of a disadvantage? Somebody here talked about how in ancient/classical times the space between our realm and the others was more clean/clear, but came to be polluted or clogged eventually in “later times”(Whenever that is). People such as William of Newburgh documented paranormal beings in historical works.

If something went wrong or anybody came under attack paranormally the first plan of action was always to rush to the church and let the clergy protect you, do everything. If it was big then a town/village meeting at the church building and then discussion of plans in action to take.

Less people could read and instead they had to measure things using pictures or comparing the size of one thing to another that they themselves along with others use. If that would have made visualisation stronger. People seeing apparitions sometimes etc.

Back to the religion talk:

The Ten Commandments came from Judaism originally which was the religion that existed before Christianity when the world worshipped the other gods, and followed a more ‘grey’ focus in intention allowing coexistence of light or dark paths. The people who call themselves Jews today did not believe Jesus was the ‘messiah’, just as Muslims don’t whereas those that did founded the Church(Christianity as you know it).

Here you can argue whether they worship the same God as their predecessors or a different deity altogether.

If you had an Anglican or ‘progressive-Christianity’ interpretation with less doctrine based restriction would lean closer to Cronus(The Roman god of prosperity, overseer of Hellenic paradise realm for the dead and ruler of the golden age, known by them as Saturn).

Zeus would be closer to the Old Testament testament god in temperament maybe(No offence intended). Would the modern catholic deity be different or same from the one worshipped by ‘those humans’?




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