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Religious Tolerance and Respect

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All religions are precious stones set in the golden thread of the Divine.
Religions preserve eternal values, there are no false religions. All religions are necessary, all religions fulfill their mission in life. No matter whether we’re talking about Judaism, Buddhism, Wicca, or Islam.

It is absurd to say that the neighbor’s religion does not work and that only mine is true. If the neighbor’s religion does not work, then mine does not work either because the values ​​are always the same.

It is stupid to say that the religion of the indigenous tribes of America is idolatry, so they also have the right to say that our religion is idolatry. And if we laugh at them, they can laugh at us too. And if we say that they worship or worship idols, they can also say that we worship idols.

We can not discredit the religion of others without discrediting ours as well, because the principles are always the same. All religions have the same principles.

Under the sun, every religion is born, grows, develops, multiplies in many sects and dies. This has always been and will always be so.

Religious principles never die. Religious forms may die, but religious principles, that is, eternal values, never die. They continue, they are clothed with new forms.

Religion is inherent to life as humidity is to water.

temple chiang mai

Temple at Chiang Mai

There are deeply religious men who do not belong to any religious form.

People without religion are conservative and reactionary by nature. Only the religious man achieves the Revolution of the Dialectic.

There is no reason to justify religious wars like those of

Ireland. It is absurd to qualify others as infidels, heretics or pagans, simply because they do not belong to our religion.

The sorcerer, who in the heart of the African jungles, exercises his priesthood before the tribe of cannibals, and the aristocratic Christian archbishop who officiates in the Metropolitan Cathedral of London, Paris or Rome, rests on the same principles, only the forms vary religious.

Jesus, the Divine Rabbi of Galilee, taught all human beings the path of Truth and the Revolution of the Dialectic.

Truth became flesh in Jesus and will become flesh in every man who achieves the Integral Revolution.

If we study the religions, if we make a comparative study of the religions, in all of them we will find the cult to the Christ, the only thing that varies are the names that are given to the Christ.

The Divine Rabbi of Galilee has the same attributes of Zeus, Apollo, Krishna, Quetzalcoatl, Lao-Tzu, Fu-ji -the Chinese Christ-, Buddha, etc.

One is amazed when he makes a comparative study of religions. All these sacred religious figures who personify the Christ are born on December 24 at 12 at night.

All these sacred personages are children of immaculate conceptions, all of them are born by work and grace of the Holy Spirit, all of them are born in immaculate Virgins before the childbirth, in the childbirth and after the childbirth.

The poor and unknown Hebrew woman Mary, mother of the Adorable Savior Jesus, the Christ, received the same attributes and cosmic powers of the Goddess Isis, Juno, Demeter, Ceres, Vesta, Maia, Adonia, Insoberta, Rhea, Cybele, Tonantzin, etc. .

All these feminine deities always represent the Divine Mother, the Cosmic Feminine Eternal.

The Christ is always the son of the Divine Mother and she is worshiped by all the holy religions.

Mary is fertilized by the Holy Spirit. Tradition tells us that the Third Logos, in the form of a dove, made the immaculate womb of Mary fruitful.

The pigeon is always a phallic symbol. Remember Peristera, nymph of the courtship of Venus, transformed into a dove by love.

Among the Chinese, the Christ is Fu-ji. The Chinese Christ who is miraculously born by the work and grace of the Holy Spirit.

Walking a virgin named Hoa-Se by the riverbank, she put her foot on the footprint of the Great Man; she was immediately moved, seeing herself surrounded by a wonderful radiance and her insides conceived. After twelve years, on the fourth day of the tenth Moon, at midnight, Fu-ji was born, named after the river on whose shore it was conceived.

In Ancient Mexico, Christ is Quetzalcoatl, who was the Messiah and the transformer of the Toltecs.

While Chimalmán was alone one day with her two sisters, an envoy from heaven appeared to her. The sisters, seeing it, die of fright. She, hearing from the mouth of the angel who would conceive a child, immediately conceived Quetzalcoatl, the Mexican Christ, without the work of a man.

Among the Japanese, the Christ is Amida, who intercedes before the Supreme Goddess Ten-Sic-Dai-Tain praying for all sinners.

Amida, the Japanese Christ of the Shinto Religion, is the one who has the powers to open the gates of Gokurat, Paradise.

The German Eddas quote Khristos, the God of his Theogony, similar to Jesus, born also on December 24 at at night, the same as Odin, Wotan and Beleno.

When one studies the Gospel of Krishna, the Indian Christ, one is amazed to discover the same Gospel of Jesus, and yet Krishna was born many centuries before Jesus.

Devaki, the Hindu virgin, conceived Krishna by the work and grace of the Holy Spirit. The child god Krishna was transported to the Nanden stable and the gods and angels came to worship him. The life, passion and death of Krishna is similar to that of Jesus.

It is worth studying all religions. The comparative study of religions leads one to understand that all religions preserve eternal values, that no religion is false, that all are true.

All Religions speak of the soul, of heaven, of hell, etc. The principles are always the same.

Among the Romans, hell was the Avernus; among the Greeks was the Tartarus and among the Hindus the Avitchi, etc.

The sky, between the Romans and Greeks, was Olympus. Each religion has its heaven.

When the religion of the Romans ended, when it was degenerated, the priests became fortune-tellers, puppeteers, etc., but the eternal principles did not die, they clothed themselves with the new religious form of Christianity.

The pagan priests, named Augur, Druid, Flamen, Hierophant, Dionysios and Sacrificer, were renamed in Christianity with the sacred titles of Clergy, Pastors, Prelates, Pope, Anointed, Abbot, Theologian, etc.

The Sibyls, Vestals, Druidesses, Papisa, Diaconesas, Maenads, Pythonesses, etc., in Christianity were called Novices, Abbesses, Canonesses, Superior Prelates, Reverends, Sisters, Nuns.

The Gods, Semi – gods, Titans, Goddesses, Sylphs, Cyclops, Messengers of the gods of ancient religions, were renamed Angels, Archangels, Seraphim, Powers, Virtues, Thrones, etc.

If formerly the gods were worshiped, now they are also worshiped, only with other names.

The religious forms change according to the historical epochs and the races. Each race needs its special religious form.

The people need religion. A town without religion is in fact a totally barbarous, cruel and ruthless town.

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