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Unification

The presentation of truth unfolding, places scripture of all the various revelatory paths on the table, and now allows us to see the diversity of the universe with the lens of all paths able to coexist, unify, and gather together, if the seeker so chooses to allow such melding of creation to occur. Scriptural topics can be augmented by bringing together, similar concepts, to flesh out a greater understanding. Please follow and like us:

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Teshuvah: the Return

“Behold, God is my salvation; I will trust, and not be afraid; for the Lord Jehovah is my strength and my song; he also has become my salvation.” -Isaiah 12:2 KJV, 2 Nephi 9:133 RAV, 22:2 OPV We have traveled through Keter, being Born Again. Next is Gevurah, Hebrew for “strength.” This is the fifth Sephirah in the Tree of Life. It is below Da’at, across from Chesed, and above Hod. Gevurah is the essence of Din (Arabic, “way of life”), or judgment, and limitation. And, it…

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What is Mormon Kabbalah?

“O all ye that are pure in heart, lift up your heads, and receive the pleasing Word of God, and feast upon his love; for ye may, if your minds are firm forever.” -Jacob 2:50 RAV, 3:2 OPV Mormon Kabbalah isn’t really new. Joseph Smith’s magical world views were based on folk magic, Hermetics, and Kabbalah. As the religion progressed, forked, and grew, the new denominations that were birthed from the death of the original church forged new paths with…

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Christ and the Spirit of Ubuntu

“And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them; that they may be one, even as we are one.” -John 17:22 The early Christians were different than what people see Christians as today. They were pacifists, they enjoyed communal living, and their focus was on love. One might say they embodied the spirit of ubuntu. Please follow and like us:

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Stakes of Zion

A Revelation given to Joseph Smith Jr. in Kirtland Ohio, January 12, 1838 upon an inquiry being made of the Lord, whither any branch of the Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints can be considered a stake of Zion until they have acknowledged the authority of the First Presidency by a vote of such Church. Please follow and like us:

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