Did God Communicate any of the Bible?

 Did God Communicate any of the Bible

Did God Communicate any of the Bible

Let me begin by saying that God is never far from any communication that comes from a righteous heart and a desire to minister truth. However, truth is not an easy subject to learn much less teach… but there have been a few mentioned in the bible, that are messiahs or messengers of God. God needs these people and waits for those capable of speaking God’s truths to evolve. The one problem that God has… is communication. God is so advanced that communicating with her beloved children, is impossible without an interpreter. Even with an interpreter, this communication is imperfect but as these people we call prophets, find their way to God, God is finding her way to all of us.

With regard to the bible, the scriptures are ancient writings, which have made their way to us in an extremely haphazard manner.The dates theorized by biblical scholars are inaccurate. Foundations for many of the bible stories are much older than bible scholars have theorized. For instance, the story of David and Goliath of Gath took place approximately 6000 BC contrary to 1000 to 1200 BC as biblical scholars would theorize. David was not a shepherd boy that was chosen to fight the giant; David was a full grown warrior and was, in fact, the best fighter they had. Logic must prevail here. Battles in ancient times were serious business. This was not a fight to see which army would submit to the other, but rather a fight for bragging rights, like a prize fight…our best guy can beat your best guy. Over the millennia, the story was altered as scribes forgot, broadened or even plagiarized the ancient scriptures.

Ancient scriptures were documents that traced the royal bloodline back to a patriarch, or first king (father). In ancient times, in the Middle East, when most of these stories were being written, the Jews were at war with the Philistines (I use this term as a generic.). These wars began to get nasty around 14,000 years ago when rising water from volcanoes pushed the waters of the Atlantic and the Mediterranean onto the land forcing people on to the only high ground in Africa and the Middle east. To complicate matters further, ice from the north was pushing down making this problem even worse The Jews and the many tribes of the Philistines fought for property rights and these wars lasted for thousands of years. These wars took the Jews from the Middle East to East Africa, to North Africa, back to the Middle East. Remnants of Jewish fighters were pushed north into Russia and Northern Europe and eventually became, the ancient Vikings.

The first order of business any victorious army would undertake, when they defeated an enemy, would be to burn the temple and their royal records. When peace would return, scribes would rewrite the documents as best as their memory would allow. It was not unusual for the enemy to rewrite the scriptures, altering them, in order to favor their own rule. This basically, constituted an ancient form of propaganda and control. To make matters worse, the scriptures as we know them… were compiled by Constantine the Great, more than 300 years after the fact, combining and altering to make the story consistent and politically advantages to Constantine.

For instance, the story of Jesus was a merging of two stories about two men named Jesus that lived around 30 years apart, one, from Nazareth and one from Syria. Both were mystics and both were executed by the Romans. Both men were those who were speaking truth as messiahs from God, (messengers) like Buddha, Mohammed and many others, which have done the same things throughout the ages. There have been and there are many true prophets!

Where did the Bible come from? The Bible is a collection of writings that were accumulated and examined at several different councils facilitated by Constantine the Great, Emperor of the Roman Empire, later to be referred to as the Holy Roman Empire. However, it wasn’t holy until he inspired some brilliant political connivery. It was in these different councils where Jesus stopped being a beautiful man and started being the Son of God. This is  also where his Mother Mary stopped being a wife and became an eternal virgin (which God wouldn’t wish on anyone); where Jesus’ wife, Mary Magdalene, stopped being a wife and became a prostitute just because she dared to speak the truth (she dared to speak to men, as if she knew more about her husband than they knew); where Jesus refused to take a drug that was offered to all who were sent to the cross… because he did take a drug before he was crucified. All condemned people, with few exceptions, were given a strong narcotic capable of killing with this exception, if you were guilty of killing a Roman in the pursuit of over throwing Roman rule, you would be allowed to suffer.

This is interesting as I have seen the tapes out there… even though the Romans would administer the drug to the condemned… there was always an organization of Jews in the occupied territories, that were responsible for administering this drug as well. They would either administer this drug themselves to the condemned, or give it to a family member to give to their condemned brethren. The Romans would have done it themselves because this made the prisoners easier to handle. The Romans were not monsters, for the most part, and did not care to see someone suffer for hours. Giving drugs to the condemned was a show of mercy to the communities that were occupied, an easy way to handle the prisoners on their way to the place of execution, which was always on the outside of town where all who entered would see Roman justice being carried out and frankly, the Roman guards that had to stay and watch all of this, didn’t care to be there all day.

It may surprise you to learn that in ancient times, people stayed stoned most of the time on narcotics. Can  you imagine the pain that people without modern technology would be in…bones that weren’t set properly…teeth falling out…wounds of all kinds that didn’t heal?

After the crucifixion of Jesus, Mary Magdalene fled Jerusalem and settled in Paris; she was known there… to be the faithful wife of Jesus. The other Jesus who was not a Nazarene (pronounced Jeshua) was executed by a Roman spear. The Dead Sea scrolls make reference to this man. These things were known and this was written about later, but destroyed by the church, because “truth is the enemy of an institution built on lies”. Institutions built on truth will stand forever, but an institution built on lies, will not.

Did God communicate any of the bible? Where you have a righteous person willing to do God’s will and who is willing to listen, you have a student. They need to be mastered before they write what they hear God saying to them. Some of what is in the bible is inspired by the almighty and this is true for many writings, ancient as well as contemporary. When we say to God, “do to me what you will, let not my will, but your will be done”… then we begin a journey. This journey takes us all to the exact same place. This is where truth lives. Interpreting what we’ve seen is difficult but the language of logic is universal!!!

About the Author:
 
Author, J.S. Thompson….. Someone who has bridged the gap between “here on earth” and “out there” or the unknown, if you will… one who has learned and seen many things not known here on earth, that of which I am being led to share this knowledge of truth!

 

42 comments for “Did God Communicate any of the Bible?

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  5. July 3, 2010 at 6:42 pm

    Hi, this is fascinating, I was aware of the fact that the bible and the stories of Jesus had been added too from older history, but this is very interesting. I will certainly come back to read some more. thanks Nell

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  24. Twain
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    Very interesting. How did you obtain such specific knowledge on the aforementioned people and events in Earth’s history? They differ from what I have learned or been told all my life. You seem to have great insight and detailed knowledge on many things that is very intriguing. Thank you.

  25. August 15, 2010 at 9:36 am

    How I get this knowledge is a complex issue but in a short writing I am forced to give a simplistic answer and then hope that the reader will understand. There is a voice inside of all of us that is telling us the truth. Well all get pieces of the truth and some of us create entire religions based on those small pieces of truth. Never the less the truth is there for us to find if we are willing to listen to it. It’s about listening. It’s about evolving into the type of people that can hear the data.

    It’s difficult to hear this information if we don’t have a foundation for understanding what we are hearing. How can we hear that voice inside of us telling us which way to go when we are busy telling it what we “believe!” When we believe in something, what we are saying is…” I know what I do not know” and so we plant the flag of victory at the base of the mountain and we call it paradise. When we “believe”… our exploration stops because we have already arrived. Unfortunately, we have only arrived in a place called oblivion, a place of internal conflict.

    God doesn’t really exist for us unless we ourselves have figured out who God is, until we have discovered God through rational thought and logic. Until we have taken that journey, we rationalize our beliefs using only small pieces of the picture. The road to our eternal life is paved with work that leads to discovery. You reap what you sow!

    One would think that God and eternal life and all of the things we believe are true, would be important enough to pursue with everything we have. The information is there for all of us to discover.

    Truth is absolute! When you go inside to discover truth and if you stay there long enough, you will emerge with the exact same truth that I have. There is rational and logic to God and God’s plan.

    This is how I got my information. I’ve seen it on an advanced computer. Everything, from the beginning of our existence has been documented and recorded and when we are ready, all we have to do is pull up the information that we want and see for ourselves. This is not as easy as it sounds. When one decides to take this journey as soon we all must, we must be prepared to give up everything in order to find the pearl beyond all price.

    Some day the cycle of life and death will end for us all but not until we have evolved into the type of people that can live in an eternal community as people should live together. Until that time, those who have done the work, will come back and teach those who still have work to do.

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  32. September 5, 2010 at 9:53 am

    Thanks for your comment and yes, Jesus is an exceptional Man and a “Favored Son of God”! Jesus still works to help all become the type of person who will one day, live in Paradise! Something just came to mind as I’m writing this comment… I wonder if anyone out there realizes, that you too can also become a “Favored Son” or “Favored Daughter” of God as well? We just have to do the work and learn to listen to hear God from our heart (not our mind) which is where God speaks to us all and leads us with “sincerity” to follow the right path and learn truth! God does not give us truth, but teaches us truth and it must be earned in advance by doing the work! God is a great parent and will not reward her children until the reward has been earned. Why is it that we all want to receive payment of a reward that we have not yet earned? Yet that is who we are… the status quo, here on earth following each other blindly into oblivion. It doesn’t speak well of us, now does it? However, that is truth, just ask God but we don’t won’t to hear truth! We want what we want now! We have got to learn to listen to God, change our hearts, and follow the righteous path of Truth which leads us all to Paradise. That path is the same for all of us! When will each of us make a personal choice to start our individual journey to hearing truth and not the BS lies we keeping telling ourselves that justify our hurtful actions towards ourselves and others, thus not caring or respecting ourselves or others? And so it is… God is not pleased, but waits patiently for each of us to listen to her, tell us which way to go!

  33. Ethyl
    September 9, 2010 at 7:18 pm

    Despite the fact that I have been tempted, I always will be a a follower of Our God.

  34. September 9, 2010 at 7:39 pm

    Thank you Ethylfor your comment… yes, we are all tempted at times in our lives to take the non-righteous path. God’s gives us free will to make our choices but when we choose the wrong path… God and your staff guides will be trying to direct you back to the right path by speaking to you through your emotions and feelings via, a frquency signal, as this is how God speaks to us… in a way that we can understand. We need to learn to listen and hear God from within our hearts. God is always speaking to us from within telling us the righteous path to take!

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  39. Anjanette
    March 27, 2011 at 2:37 am

    Your ideas and insights warmly welcomed.

  40. March 27, 2011 at 10:17 am

    Thank you Anjanette for your comment. Hope you will read many of J.S. Thompson’s article, he has many insights to share for those with an open heart; not willing to follow the status quo and are on their individual path in searching for truth. Blessings to you on your journey!

  41. Enoch
    May 4, 2016 at 6:14 pm

    I am very happy and grateful to you for this inspiring and informative Website. Almost every topic I read in your Blogs is very realistic, and not only responds to questions I have been longing answers for but also gives me some measure of peace. The world will be a much better place; and discovery of our true purpose on this planet, as well as our search and journey towards ‘paradise’, will be facilitated if the majority of us could have access, learn, and heed to the messages in your Blogs or make the best use of our Inner guidance as explained in your Blogs. Thank you so much.

  42. May 20, 2016 at 9:50 am

    I thank you for the kind words and I’m happy to hear that my articles have inspired you.

    Thank you,
    J.S. Thompson

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