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Genesis Part Two

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Genesis Part Two


This is the Cesidian-Buddhist interpretation of John chapter 1, verse 1 (John 1:1):

 

In the beginning was the Dharma, and the Dharma was with God†, and the Dharma was ectopolitan‡.

 

You need to really read and study the notes below to understand, or begin to understand, the translation of John 1:1 above.

 

MT Kaisiris Tallini

 

Notes

 

"God" doesn't mean a superior Being, or even a purported representative of a superior Being like a pope, patriarch, or more likely, a "wolf-pastor", but the Being who completes us, because He is actually part of the Dharma, not separate from it — a merodepantheistic§ God. If the Being is an actual God or sovereign King, our relationship to Him is not one of dependence, but a relationship fostering independence after enough work has been done — at least a single human being has achieved an actual state of Buddhahood. "God" is the — post-Judaeo-Christian — Being who allows independence with, or outside of Mankind, or the Being who fosters Womankind into existence, when enough people are intellectually and spiritually ready. Unlike individuals of the progeny or seed of the woman (mentioned in Genesis 3:15), Womankind can exist independently of Mankind, because it is a not even a separate country (civis in Latin), but actually a separate commonwealth (genus in Latin), or group of countries. And at this stage even a "country" is something different from Aristotle's "political community", which is a false community, one which doesn't embody a natural society of peers or equals, but a juridical society of spiritually higher but unrepresented servants, totally dominated by a spiritually inferior and matter-dominating oligarchy which does no work that is of "service" to others. The words "public service" are about as ectolinguistic as the word "democracy" is.

 

Although Christian theologians think they know the meaning of John 1:1, there is really another neologism that John the Evangelist, the presumed author of this Gospel, is using in the place of last Theos (Θεὸς) or God of the verse. That word is, in reality, the enigmatic Greek word epiousios (ἐπιούσιος). Epiousios, a word which is found in the verse of Matthew 6:11, means outside of overly materialistic (vulgar, crude, repulsive, offensive) things, or better, "outside of politics". Epiousios means "spiritual", but it is the spiritual which is still connected with matter (the positive eQ quadrants in the Field of Everything of Cesidian analytic theology), with the 3D world, not disconnected from it. Today the "Word" is ectopolitan in Ectoenglish, a word which describes a god in human form, or someone living outside Aristotelian zoos. Here is the word in at least 101 languages or ectolanguages (or 67 distinct linguistic forms), and all these languages or ectolanguages are spoken by approximately 7.911 billion of the world's people, or 99.46% of the world's population in 2022:

 

Ectopolitan • 外局人 • एक्टोपॉलिटन • Ectopolita • ექტოპოლიტი • Ektopolitas • Ektopolīts • Ектополитен • Ectopolite • خارجبوليتان • বাহিরেবিশ্বজনীন • Эктополит • Ektopolitan • ایکٹوپولیٹن • Ektopolit • エクトポリタン • اکتوپولیتن • ਐਕਟੋਪੋਲੀਟਨ • ఎక్టోపాలిటన్ • 엑토폴리탄 • Người ngoài • எக்டோபாலிட்டன் • خارج وطنی • ความเป็นข้างนอก • બહારગરિક • ኤክቶፖሊታን • Waje siyasa • Ektopolityczny • ಎಕ್ಟೋಪಾಲಿಟನ್ • Ектополіт • എക്ടോപൊളിറ്റൻ • ଏକ୍ଟୋପଲିଟାନ୍ • اکتوشهری • ນອກໂລກ • Ectopolitische • এক্টোপলিটান • ඒක්ටොපොලිටන් • Ektopolît • Εκτοπολίτικος • Ektopolita • Ektopolitní • Ectopolit • Ектополитска • Ektopolitiska • ኢክቶፖሊታን • Ìta olóṣèlú • Ngaphandle kwepolitiki • Ngaphandle kwezopolitiko • Ektopolitiese • Эктапаліт • Էկտոպոլիտան • Ektopolitisk • Ектополит • Ektopoliittinen • Ektopolitiske • Ektopolitný • ཕྱིའི་མི་སྣ • אַקְטוֹפּוֹלִיטִי • Ektopoliit • Utanborgari • Ektopolito • A-muigh-poilitigs • Waho-politika • Jawa llaqta • ᐁᒃᑐᐳᓕᑕᓐ • Ectopolites • ɒɈiloqoɈɔɘ

 

§ Merodepantheistic: Cesidian theological concept relating to the doctrine that God, in reality, is a part or a subset of the universe, so God can have a primary relationship with a Messiah, Maitreya, or Zhenren, or even with Mankind under ideal circumstances. This relationship is quite unlike the impersonal ties (secondary relationships) that we have with those who provide products or services, or with a local bishop or pastor; and quite unlike the mediated interaction (tertiary relationships) we might have with bureaucrats or authorities, who usually only communicate through the mainstream, or lying media. This is a media — non ectomedia — which is focused on political, not societal needs, and thus a socialistic, not societal media; a feministic, not feminine media; and this is the kind of media that inherently assumes men don't, or aren't supposed to have an opinion other than the state's official opinion, and women — or simply the less materially dominant marital partner — don't have an opinion, only their more materially dominant partner's opinion — and he, in turn, has only the state's opinion.

 

 

 

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