The Mahikari They Don't Want You To Know

Thursday, May 04, 2006

Here come the space ships!

Sorry to divert, but I decided to do a little more on the Raelians, just to point out similarities between these type of cultic "religions". The "creator" here is a bit different, but the message is the same...end of days, blah, blah blah, all religions came for a reason, blah, blah,blah. They even get the Japanese in on the act! Here is a sample from their webpage

Traces of this epic masterpiece of creation can be found in all religious writings and traditions. It is to them that Moses, Jesus, Buddha and Mohammed referred. It is now time to welcome them.
WHAT HAPPENED?On the 13th of December 1973, French journalist Rael was contacted by a visitor from another planet, and asked to establish an Embassy to welcome these people back to Earth.The extra-terrestrial human being was a little over four feet tall, had long dark hair, almond shaped eyes, olive skin, and exuded harmony and humor. Rael recently described him by saying quite simply, "If he were to walk down a street in Japan, he would not even be noticed." In other words, they look like us, and we look like them. In fact, we were created "in their image" as explained in the Bible.He told Rael that:
"We were the ones who designed all life on earth""You mistook us for gods" "We were at the origin of your main religions" "Now that you are mature enough to understand this,we would like to enter official contact through an embassy"THE MESSAGESThe messages dictated to Rael explain that life on Earth is not the result of random evolution, nor the work of a supernatural 'God'. It is a deliberate creation, using DNA, by a scientifically advanced people who made human beings literally "in their image" -- what one can call "scientific creationism." References to these scientists and their work, as well as to their symbol of infinity, can be found in the ancient texts of many cultures. For example, in Genesis, the Biblical account of Creation, the word "Elohim" has been mistranslated as the singular word "God", but it is actually a plural word which means "those who came from the sky", and the singular is "Eloha" (also known as "Allah"). Indigenous cultures all over the world remember these "gods" who came from the sky, including natives of Africa (Dogon, Twa, etc.), America, Asia, Australia, and Europe. Leaving our humanity to progress by itself, the Elohim nevertheless maintained contact with us via prophets including Buddha, Moses, Mohammed, etc., all specially chosen and educated by them. The role of the prophets was to progressively educate humanity through the Messages they taught, each adapted to the culture and level of understanding at the time. They were also to leave traces of the Elohim so that we would be able to recognize them as our Creators and fellow human beings when we had advanced enough scientifically to understand them. Jesus, whose father was an Eloha, was given the task of spreading these messages throughout the world in preparation for this crucial time in which we are now privileged to live: the predicted Age Of Revelation.

At least you can give mahikari credit for leaving out the space travel! By the way, here is a link to the star of david/swastika creation I mentioned in a previous post.

I wonder if the post modern design would have tickled Okada???


At 8:11 PM, Blogger Steve said...

Sorry Mate, Mahikari does talk about flying ships.

Okada wrote about flying ships from the Mu continent which were superior to the modern airplane or rockets.
He also mentioned flying dinosaurs that were trained and used for transport.

He also talked about spiritual beings from Venus and other planets having full on wars with humans, even Hydrogen bombs were used in the battles between Atlantus and Mu.

Mahikari has it all......... George Lucas would be envious.

At 12:58 PM, Blogger Joe said...

Thanks for the info Steve. I guess they get into this during Tertiary??? I practiced at a small center and we didn't get much information passed on other than the regular publication and some newsletter type things from east coast dojos. It would have been nice to know this info before joining, as I know I wouldn't least i don't feel so bad for comparing them to the star trek kooks posted here....;)


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