"Original Sin is
that thing which makes man capable of
conceiving of his own perfection and incapable of achieving it." - Reinhold
is the emergence of the
Ego through rational
The Fall is an
illusion of separation that walls off
Adam and Eve were
not tossed out of the paradise of God's
By eating the fruit of
the tree of knowledge, they suddenly became
their differences." - Vincent
"Paradise", a Persian
word describing a walled orchard garden or an enclosed hunting park, is
a synonym for the Garden of
The earliest cultures of
"Land Between the Rivers," and the Levant were
directed by priests who established
temple, an awe inspiring
erected at the center of the
This pattern of a society with
a centralized place of
worship can be seen in the all the ancient cities of Africa, Asia, Europe
and the Americas.
The role of religion in
civilization is to establish a common moral order.
or kings derived their authority from the gods and they
devised the moral and social
codes that kept increasingly complex societies operating in
a 'civilized' or controllable
At the dawn of human history in the
Dreamtime of Unity
Consciousness was shattered when
early thinkers imagined a reality
free from want.
A vision of a reality free from
want, seen in the mind's eye,
came to them in the
mystical image of the Garden of Eden.
Garden of Eden, where all wants
are met, where all desires are fulfilled and where
the ever present desert of
extremes recedes from consciousness, is a return to the
Once they shared their vision it
became necessary to come up with a reason for why man was separated from
people experience come from the natural order.
Individual life saving emotions may work
for the individual and yet hinder coöperation within the
reorganization of Egyptian
society Moshe Rabbenu synthesized
foundational elements of the religion of Akhenaten with the
Canaanite religion and
consciousness bestows an element of guilt on a taker of life that understands a
gift of life has been given - a natural empathetic
Ritual gratitude for
life relieves the bearer of error - Original Sin.
The premise that all men are born in error is a
relatively new concept.
They began to imagine not letting primitive
emotions drive decisions.
Advanced cultures engage in social
engineering in the attempt to control the population as
primitive emotions must be
diverted for socialism to thrive.
Only groups working out elaborate commonly
excepted social rituals that keep primitive emotions in check will be able to
With primitive emotions in check
civility reigns within the
Elaborate religious theology constructed by
each culture is intent upon taming primitive emotions and
informing the type of
lifestyle that culture wishes to embody.
religious theologies divide
humans into at least two opposing groups - those who belong to the fellowship
or can be tolerated as non-threatening to the fellowship and those who are "other".
First mention of
Israelites is on the Merneptah which has a short section at the end of the poem
describing a campaign by Merneptah in the first few years of his reign, 1210
One line mentions Israel:
"Israel is laid waste,
its seed is not."
have the earliest mention of Israel outside the Bible and the only mention of
Israel in Egyptian records.
The Egyptian record identifies the
Israelites as a nomadic people.
The fleeing Israelites had been
driven into their nomadic life by the Egyptians led by Horemheb who usurped the
dynasty of Akhenaten.
Akhenaten was referred to as 'the enemy' in
Egyptian archival records.
Israelites defeated the king of the city of Ugarit around 1180
The Hebrew prophets combined and folded several aspects of the
individual Canaanite gods into Yahweh.
In Canaanite mythology
Yahweh was the son of El.
its name from Ba-bi-ilani, or "Gate of the Gods," the place where
gods descended to Earth.
urban society rested on the belief that their
rulers were gods, their word
law, which was very similar to the Egyptians.
Greek and Roman
communities shared a powerful sense of "sacred space" in their central core and
each devised elaborate codes of law most readily seen in the pantheon of common
Islam fostered the creation of a
coherent civilization by imposing a
rule of law that applied to personal and commercial
The horse people of
Chingiz Khan lived on the
Mongolian Steppe, an endless grass prairie, practiced a shamanistic religion
quite similar to the Native
American horse people of the Great Plains.
The differences between
the two can be traced to elements of Hindu and
Buddhist religions being different from elements of Christian religion which
Native Americans had been exposed
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