Something that make no sense about Our Universe + Hereafter May 1, 2021 2:16:14 GMT
Post by Immanuel on May 1, 2021 2:16:14 GMT
Apr 24, 2021 23:32:38 GMT undefined said:Lets think, does God want us to evolve and get nearer to Him or to give and be stuck at the same level?
It is something like that but the perspective is slightly misgiving. It is not about nearness but assimilation. Another misconception when it comes the original Semitic tongue as the word for "son/daughter" (child) is misinterpreted and the use refers to an abstract resemblance to the object of reference, this is why Abraham seems to be referred to as "Father Abraham" in texts despite that few are really biological offspring of the man, but ignorant people said they were offspring of Abraham and used it to their advantage to gain a religious position over the years.
The correct usage is that "bani Ebrahim" are people who resemble him in personality, his image. That is exactly why there is reference to "son of God" too at all, obviously no one is any biological offspring of "God". When someone is a "son of God" they do obviously resemble "God" mentally, same as that when they are calling themselves "son of Abraham" they are referring to themselves as resembling the personality of Abraham. I could as well refer to myself as the son of Jesus but I am actually quite different from Jesus although I find that Elahem is more "everything at once". I hope you understand what I have meant now.
Did you know that "bani e'sera'il" (Bani Israel) does not refer to a single human person despite that they attributed it to Moses?
Israel is "God", the word means something similar to "is highness-alike" (like the kings of all times are referred to themselves as "your highness"). It is a code-like expression to confuse. 'Sera', the word is deeply rooted even in other languages, for example a reason you say "sir" (from sire) in English and also you have "sera" in other than English, means something which is above and the ending 'El' is the famous 'AL/EL' prefix except that it is used as a suffix in these attribute references e.g. like in Immanuel. Bani E'sera'il hence means "with resemblance being highness-alike", it is like I wrote code-like and meant to be covered in mystery requiring quite the intelligence to understand i.e. mental sharpness and linguistic knowledge. They, Elahem, caused the whole scripture record to become "blurred" and in a chaotic shape, once again to mislead as we have discussed earlier in this thread. It feels pretty mean to do that and then dump it on my shoulders like they do it and say: "Here solve this puzzle, we know you are one of the most tired people on Earth but that only makes it more interesting" (I was sarcastic).
To put 'El' at the end of a name means 'alike', so my name means "understand-alike" as in that I am alike someone who understands. Not too many "main prophets" have been referred to by these 'El' endings, but the "arch-angels" Gabriel and Michael carry these names, a couple of individuals who are "divine leaders", controllers of this universe for its current cycle. Actually fulfilling the meaning of an 'El'-name is pretty honorable, it is the only worthy people to bear them. Name-tags are more meaningful than people give them credit, I would say having a name means you have to live up to its meaning, so was the ancient tradition, otherwise it is just a worthless reference and you could just be called "person 99" for example, similar to that people have anonymous social security numbers in our societies like if you were some machine.