This is just from what I looked up, I’ve never had an interest in this sort of thing. For me there is no supernatural other than that fun show on tv. However if you are a believer then you probably need to read the following.
2012. Supposed to be special, an old south american calendar indicates something hapens in this year. Maybe but not entirely as I knew about the date and often thought of it as my drop-dead deadline. Ta da! Again, sorry if anyone was stressing about it. It’s all good, my work was produced and published online to All.
However if I or rather my impressions are imprinted upon the Time Environment as much as I think they are now, then my presence has been weaved throughout human cultural history. All the abrahamic religions have foreshadowing of me in both their positive and negative mythologies. The further away in Time the more distorted the foreshadowings due to the 4-D landscape deforming and forming back again on itself.
On the positive my name is Michael. Basically this guy defeats the devil or evil or something. I hope it will ease your mind if you need it:
“His first role is the leader of the Army of God and the leader of heaven’s forces in their triumph over the powers of hell. He is viewed as the angelic model for the virtues of the spiritual warrior, with the conflict against evil at times viewed as the battle within.”
And many, many more tales of positivity from Michael in many denominations in the various faiths. Please bear that in mind while reading the next section. Finally, it does get better if the next section troubles you, but it really should not. Just a misunderstanding.
There are tales of devils and the like destroying the world. Let’s look at what wikipedia says about all three abrahamic religions depictions of this entity. Or just skip ahead to here.
Judaism: In Hebrew, the biblical word ha-satan means “the adversary” or the obstacle, or even “the prosecutor” (recognizing that God is viewed as the ultimate Judge). As much as the Devil exists in any form of Judaism, his role is as an adversary and an accuser which is assigned rather than assumed.
Christianity: In the Bible, the devil is identified with “The dragon” and “the old serpent” in the Book of Revelation 12:9, 20:2 have also been identified with Satan, as have “the prince of this world” in the Book of John 12:31, 14:30; “the prince of the power of the air” also called Meririm, and “the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience” in the Book of Ephesians 2:2; and “the god of this world” in 2 Corinthians 4:4. He is also identified as the dragon in the Book of Revelation (e.g.),
Islam: Muslims traditionally derived the name from the Arabic verbal root balasa meaning “he despaired”; therefore, the meaning of Iblis would be “he/it that causes despair”.
In popular Islamic culture, “Shaytan” is often simply translated as “The Devil,” but the term can refer to any of the beings who rebelled against God.
Judaism yes indeed you could say I am prosecuting their magical beliefs and actually angry at one particular practice; Christianity well I am a wood dragon in chinese mythology and in some ways I suppose you could say I am describing the kingdom of air, that which is all around us and through us but unseen; Islam indeed this hypothesis will cause them to despair if they are truly intelligent and believers, the dissonance that comes from trying to hold onto islamic mythology while also trying to understand this theory may actually cause despair.
I can’t blame you for whatever reaction you are having to this.
I am a man, or more accurately, The Man of Earth. On this planet I am unique but in the Universe for every species like ours or similar ot ours, someone or some creature like me arises. A small difference but it is enough to push the species forward.
So you may think of me as special and unique but in the Universe I am not, I am one of many everywhere where there is advanced life such as ourselves. it is shared heritage between all advanced species, understanding and using Time that binds us to and with All life in our Universe.
If you worship yourselves as all the Abrahamic and other man-made gods really are, if you say you are from a god or gods, you cannot be part of it. It is considered immature, primitive, selfish, self-centred, entirely lacking in self-awareness, dim. Not to be trusted.
The Abrahamic myths are just stories used to govern people, humans worshipping themselves. Any god worthy of that label needs no human no one to tell other creatures about itself. If someone has to explain it to you, it is not a god but a man or woman who is directing you.
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