A look in what drama is. We find that “drama”, when perceived from a Biblical perspective, IS the ordained “THING” that GOD has established before the foundation of the world for you, specifically. “Trauma”, is the drama and is the life long tool that cuts all of our sin out
This lecture was initially given over a 2 day- 12 hour seminar to a group of yogis in which I deliverd a ethnomusicological treatment concerning East Indian culture, music, religion having it’s roots, not only from the Baltic region, but from the Kartvelian culture which might be identified geographically, and
When culture plays by the rules of categorizing in order to separate classes within societies. Perversion of language is necessitated by such ‘classifications’.
A result of the phenomenon called “free will’’, as a religious term. Though, ‘free will’ was never taught in scripture, it has become a dominant approach to reading the Bible, especially in the American Bibles. Sadly, the American language supports this illusory doctrine of free will and ‘denies the power
This is a lecture in which Sumerian and Hebrew beliefs are joined by the way of philology. Astonishing pictograms rela An in-depth look into two Greek words, Poesis and Prasso. Poesis or Poetry designates the uninterrupted, natural and perfect flow of the Gospels—signaling Aristotle’s idea of “NATURE” while Prasso, or
Showing how Babylon’s dynasty took ahold of Sumerian relayed texts and corrupted the meaning. The Hebrew Bible brings back the Sumerians’ experience and vantage point and justifies a story and event that is both Biblical and Historical. This lecture works well with our “Pictographic Societies” lecture and “Adam’s Rib”.
Simply put: The ‘system’ of seeing and wanting; satisfying the eye, taste, hearing, etc. IS the system of Christmas and has made Israel fall and is making the Western Church incapable of being taken seriously. It doesn’t take much to find the pagan origins in Christmas, yet, the Christians of
This is a lecture in which Sumerian and Hebrew beliefs are joined by the way of philology. Astonishing pictograms relating the Hebrew’s alphabet with an ancient tale told in Sumeria! Much thanks to the pagan poet, Robert Graves for his wonderful mind and analysis in his Hebrew Myths work. Though