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Adonis of the Lebanon commented on Adonis of the Lebanon's blog post The Benevolent God
"I was a Muslim for several years, but became disillusioned."
Mar 3
Consuelo Figueroa commented on Adonis of the Lebanon's blog post The Benevolent God
"Muslims, Buddhism & Christianity-->Do Not Coexist Harmoniously Together. They are all different. Especially Islam, it's been told over and over again in their intentions, but it seems people want to still give them a chance to coexist…"
Feb 27
Enigma liked Adonis of the Lebanon's blog post The Benevolent God
Feb 27
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The Benevolent God

In the three religions that are based upon the prophetic tradition of Abraham we find many claims that God is benevolent. In Islam, for example, a frequently recited prayer speaks of Allah as “the beneficent, the merciful”. But the Koran belies this optimistic description of God by continually referring to hell and hellfire. I do not know if anyone ever counted the number of times that the term “hellfire” appears in the Koran and compared that sum with the number of times that Allah is said to…See More
Feb 27
Consuelo Figueroa commented on Adonis of the Lebanon's blog post The Anti-God
"Good story. No matter what, the real historical will never be destroyed. Interesting new world we are all in."
Feb 5
Adonis of the Lebanon posted a blog post

The Anti-God

Philosophy both east and west tends to avoid the word “evil” when speaking about the opposite of good, and often uses the words “illusion” and “ignorance” instead. In both Vedanta and Neoplatonism the good is identified with a person, a God; while illusion exists, curiously enough, without a creator. But while this kind of thinking may be adequate for philosophy, it is not sufficient for practical occultism.The occultist who investigates dangerous things is aware that there is an opposite of…See More
Jan 24
Adonis of the Lebanon commented on Adonis of the Lebanon's blog post Why Hindus do not worship Brahmā
"I did not know that but it makes sense, because in a decimal system the number 9 represents a complete cycle---in other words, all possibilities. The number ten is considered to be a repetition of the number 1. Modern numerology posits personality…"
Jan 24
Enigma commented on Adonis of the Lebanon's blog post Why Hindus do not worship Brahmā
"In Hinduism nine is the number of Brahma, the Creator."
Jan 23
Adonis of the Lebanon posted a blog post

Why Hindus do not worship Brahmā

In India only a handful of temples are dedicated to the Hindu creator god, Brahmā. In the west we are familiar with only one of these, the Temple of Pushkar in Rajasthan. Vishnu and Shiva can count hundreds or even thousands of temples and shrines in which they are worshiped, even though Brahmā, as one of the Trimurti, is supposed to be their equal. When asked why they do not worship the creator of the universe, Hindus refer to a pair of myths that seem childish or puerile but yield one…See More
Jan 22
Adonis of the Lebanon replied to Isabelcats's discussion Clairvoyants and establishing first commucation with a spirit
"For me the easiest way is to use a photograph of the deceased person---choose one that will allow you to look into the person's eyes. Even without establishing a telepathic communication with the deceased you may be able to "read" his…"
Jan 15
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Venus Caelestis or Aphrodite Urania, Venus or Aphrodite of Heaven, is the goddess of an idealized, romantic love.
Nov 6, 2018
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Nov 6, 2018
Enigma commented on Adonis of the Lebanon's blog post When I Disagree with Benjamin Creme . . .
"I don't fully agree with everything people teach and preach, and they don't fully agree with me."
Sep 21, 2018
Enigma liked Adonis of the Lebanon's blog post When I Disagree with Benjamin Creme . . .
Sep 21, 2018
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When I Disagree with Benjamin Creme . . .

Benjamin Creme, as most of my readers probably know, served as a kind of “John the Baptist” figure for Maitreya, the World Teacher who was supposed to appear on the world stage after descending from the Himalayas and taking residence in London. As I reported in my essay, “Where is Maitreya Now?”, Maitreya will not appear before the world and returned to the Himalayas on March 31 of 2017, forty years after his descent. The wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Yemen, for which the United States was…See More
Sep 21, 2018
Adonis of the Lebanon posted a blog post

The Story of Mayavati and Pradyumna

The story of Mayavati and Pradyumna begins when Kama shoots his arrow of love at Shiva in order to make him love Parvati. Shiva had withdrawn into samadhi (a deep meditative trance) after the death of his first wife Sati, but it was necessary that he marry again in order to have a son who would one day save the world from the demon Tarakasura. Shiva was so angry at this attempt to subvert his mind and virtue that he burnt Kama with the fire of his ajna chakra or third eye. In order to regain…See More
Aug 16, 2018

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I attest that I am over the age of 18
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Relationship Status:
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Age
64
Astrological Sign
Taurus
About Me:
My avocation is writing. I have more than 120 essays in my blog, and I am about to publish. Then the avocation will have become a profession.
Website:
http://marionjenis.blogspot.com
Favorite Books
The Bollingen Series of the Works of Carl Jung.
Beliefs / Practices
Occultist, Spiritual but not Religious, Mystic, Shaman, Other Spirituality
Other Beliefs/Practices
Classical Greek and Roman religion
Hobbies
writing
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Maitreya and all Bodhisattvas
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The Benevolent God

Posted on February 27, 2019 at 9:30am 2 Comments

In the three religions that are based upon the prophetic tradition of Abraham we find many claims that God is benevolent. In Islam, for example, a frequently recited prayer speaks of Allah as “the beneficent, the merciful”. But the Koran belies this optimistic description of God by continually referring to hell and hellfire. I do not know if anyone ever counted the number of times that the term “hellfire” appears in the Koran and compared that sum with the…

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The Anti-God

Posted on January 24, 2019 at 9:00pm 1 Comment

Philosophy both east and west tends to avoid the word “evil” when speaking about the opposite of good, and often uses the words “illusion” and “ignorance” instead. In both Vedanta and Neoplatonism the good is identified with a person, a God; while illusion exists, curiously enough, without a creator. But while this kind of thinking may be adequate for philosophy, it is not sufficient for practical occultism.

The…

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Why Hindus do not worship Brahmā

Posted on January 22, 2019 at 7:00pm 2 Comments

In India only a handful of temples are dedicated to the Hindu creator god, Brahmā. In the west we are familiar with only one of these, the Temple of Pushkar in Rajasthan. Vishnu and Shiva can count hundreds or even thousands of temples and shrines in which they are worshiped, even though Brahmā, as one of the Trimurti, is supposed to be their equal. When asked why they do not worship the creator of the universe, Hindus refer to a pair of myths that seem…

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When I Disagree with Benjamin Creme . . .

Posted on September 21, 2018 at 5:52am 1 Comment

Benjamin Creme, as most of my readers probably know, served as a kind of “John the Baptist” figure for Maitreya, the World Teacher who was supposed to appear on the world stage after descending from the Himalayas and taking residence in London. As I reported in my essay, “Where is Maitreya Now?”, Maitreya will not appear before the world and returned to the Himalayas on March 31 of 2017, forty years after his descent. The wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Yemen,…

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