Chapter 9

Chapter 9
“ADAM WAS NOT TRICKED, BUT BECAUSE THE WOMAN WAS TRICKED NATURAL LAW WAS BROKEN”
1Timothy2:14

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Everyone in the Western World is familiar with the story of mankind’s fall from grace. The story, as told by the Churches has most people confused. A large percentage of those who know the story, think that it is nothing more than an ancient myth. A work of fiction.

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But believe it or not, nearly every ancient people that left written records of their existence, included in their writings, stories mirroring the one found in our Western World’s Bible. Throughout the Earth, stories of humans in the ancient past rejecting God’s law, in an attempt to become gods themselves are the foundation of every culture, that exists today.

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The system that modern societies are governed by, is called civilization. This aspect of human society is so firmly established that there are few people who would question it’s legitimacy. Every religion on the Earth teaches that only bad people would take a stand against civilization’s precepts. Even the religion of Science which teaches that humans evolved from lower lifeforms upholds civilization, as the ultimate goal of the evolutionary process.

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But around the world there is a group that to this day, openly struggles against civilization’s precepts. When Jesus was on the Earth he spoke of this group with great reverence. In fact, when his own apostles attempted to drive this people away, Jesus very clearly declared that unless someone would follow their example, they would have no hope of entering into the kingdom of heaven.

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In the ancient past, this group was called paidion. (Strong’s G3813) Most English Bibles translate this word as “small child” but this is somewhat misleading. In our culture this word would more accurately be translated as baby. (Matthew18:3, 19:13-14)

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At Luke1:59 John The Baptizer was called Paidion when he was circumcised at 8 days old. At Luke2:21 the same word is used to describe Jesus, when he was 8 days old. The word Paidion is used 51 times in the Greek portion of The Bible, and does not appear to ever be used to describe any child older than what we would consider a toddler in modern English.

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The ancient Greek word paidion is formed from the word pais (Strong’s 3816) which is very similar in meaning. At Matthew2:16 Herod ordered that all children, 2 years old and younger, be slaughtered. It is the word pais that is used in this verse.

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Pais itself is formed from the ancient Greek word paio (Strong’s G3817) which means strike, slap, or spank. In fact as written in ancient Greek the word Paidion which means baby, could also mean one who requires chastisement. It is this quality that Jesus was speaking of at Matthew18:3, when he said “Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven.”

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Jesus was not saying that we needed to be chastised in order to enter into the Kingdom of Heaven, he was saying that we needed to return to how we were before being chastised.

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Unlike Adults that have been beaten into conformity with Satan’s Empire, babies live solely by instinct. Citizens of The Empire will gobble down unnatural agricultural products, including meat, as if it is what they were designed to do. Babies will cry, spit, and even vomit, when forced to consume such things. No other species on this planet has ever developed the ability to convert nonfood items into food.

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Adults will willingly remove hair, and pay large sums of money to have hair removed from their bodies, and even persecute those that don’t remove their hair. Head hair, facial hair, pubic hair, underarm hair, leg hair. When asked why they do so, many will tell you that it is unnatural to grow hair, and that hair is dirty. Babies, on the other hand, will often cry and struggle against having to endure a haircut.

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Adults will expend vast resources on procuring and maintaining clothing. Those who do not wear the right clothing, or enough clothing often are forced to endure harsh treatment at the hands of others. In some countries, women who do not wear enough clothing are tortured and even executed. Babies, once again, will often cry and attempt to remove the clothing that adults force them to wear.

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Without even thinking about it, babies are obedient to God’s law, but since part of that law is to honor your father and mother, all babies will eventually lose the struggle and become citizens. Some will begrudgingly conform as little as possible in order to get by, while others fully immerse themselves into every aspect of this pyramid scheme called civilization. This second group over the course of their lifetimes will eventually ascend to become what the Bible calls “The Builders”.

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