The Messiah, who, why, proof
Enter the Messiah
Of course you already know that I think I am the Messiah and you understandably took that claim with the proverbial pinch of salt, at least I hope you did – I want you to be skeptical because:
I’m not the only one making the claim, Reverend Moon makes it, Christians make it on behalf of Jesus, the Bahai’s make it for the Bahaullah, there are many and I want you to treat their claims with the same skepticism. By all means give them a hearing because if you do I guarantee, provided you treat their claims objectively and refuse to be drawn on the threats and promises you’ll end up rejecting their claims. With me, on the other hand, you will have no choice but to accept because my claims are the truth.
As I have already said, I’m not claiming to have any supernatural powers – although I do say that all powers are super and there’s nothing natural about them – I’m not claiming to have met Jesus at the foot of a mountain (a claim which underscores Reverend Moon’s theology without which his Church has no authentication or credibility). I’m not better than you but having said that I have to admit that the illusion I live (the illusion of life on earth) has left me with no alternative but to believe that I am the Messiah and what’s more, when you’ve studied the same evidence fairly and objectively, you’ll be left with none either.
What exactly is the Messiah?
Takes away the sins of the world?
Sacrifices himself on the cross?
Son of God?
Forget about that, it’s all bullshit designed to empower the people who preach it. Then on the other hand and having said that, without having intended to do it I’ve realized that the Messianic Law which is my authentication, does take away the sins of the world, I am the Son of God, as are you and I can move mountains with faith so perhaps it’s not so ridiculous after all but the true answer to that question is that the Messiah is the one who shows us the purpose for our existence – happiness, and how to achieve it.
Yes you, singular, you reading this, you are all that matters, you are all there is. Me? Same thing, you and I are one. If you’ve read everything else on this site you will understand this.
Benjamin Franklin, I do believe, was the one who coined the phrase, ‘As much happiness as possible for as many people as possible,’ which is all well and good if I’m one of them but what if I’m not? It’s a typical politician’s pronouncement that's lasted for over two hundred years. It’s been quoted and re-quoted and held up as a fine example of political largesse so obviously some people hold it in high esteem, some people think it is more than reasonable. It is not reasonable, it is defeatist, it is unfair and it cannot have any place in the plan of a fair and loving God.
Got a plan? Got a plan that doesn’t leave anybody out? I’ve got a plan.
Think about this: If God the ‘Infinitely loving and fair’ Created many trillions of Human Beings all of whom ended up in heaven except one; by Benjamin Franklin's standards that would be an excellent achievement wouldn’t it? Now consider that the one who doesn’t make it, the one who lands in Hell is you. What do you think of the success rate now? Let me tell you this; if one person, just one of God’s infinitely loved children were to end up in Hell for whatever reason then God is in Hell and a total failure.
It’s simple logic isn’t it? How can one enjoy the pleasures of heaven knowing your child is in Hell? You wouldn’t be able to and nor can God. The myth of Hell is a concoction of religious Institutionism and the sooner we hit the idea of it on the head the better because it diverts people’s minds from the idea that there is a plan for us to be happy right here, wherever right here is, and right now, whenever right now is.
To get organized we need a plan and a leader, no we need more than that, to solve the problem of climate change, population explosion and everything that goes with it we need a leader who can unite the world, who can persuade us that we need to change our way of living our politics our economics our social science our almost everything. We need one world, one people and one set of rules that apply fairly to everybody. (Capitalism is monetary Apartheid, what’s the difference between ‘You can’t go in there because your skin is not white and you can’t go in there because you don’t have any money?’ either way, you can’t go in there.) And to do that we don’t need an ordinary man we need the Messiah.
Certainly, what we do not need is popes, priests, rabbis, mullahs or Prima Donna professional politicians.