A Bit About Sin

Note:     This post refers to the post on February 22, 2016, Clarification of Satan’s Involvement with Humankind

Question:     This makes perfect sense. It was the tree of the knowledge of good and evil – so we began making choices rather than acting instinctively. The only bit I don’t get is why the religions interpreted this as ‘sin’ on the part of humans.

Also, I wonder if the being known in the Jewish/ Christian religions as Satan is also Enki in the Sumerian tradition and maybe Loki in the Norse or Coyote in some Native American traditions. Were all the world’s mythologies drawn from this group of Artesan-Scientists who visited the planet?

Higgins:     Those who were overseers of man on earth did not necessarily want man to be tutored.  Keeping man uneducated was essential to the well-being of some. For the rulers of the day, creating sin was a way to keep people in line.

Once humans realize they are not truly ruled by other humans, by laws or religious doctrine and, simultaneously, learn to create life from their eternal, unlimited God Self the social system you have will be obsolete. You will have to create with care and with compassion for your fellow man to walk through this change gracefully and smoothly, without tumult.

Regarding the question of Enki/Loki/Coyote, no these are not Satan.

No, not all the world’s mythologies are drawn from this group of advanced creators, but many were. Many beings have visited mankind through millennia which leads to some of the confusion on this topic.

Received February 29, 2016

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One Response to A Bit About Sin

  1. janonlife says:

    Thank you so much, Higgins and Cheryl, for the clarification. I find the implications of this extremely profound.
    Sadly, keeping their fellow humans uneducated – or at least selectively educated – is still ‘essential’ to the well-being of some. (I speak as someone who spent much of my life trying to interpret my country’s nonsensical National Curriculum in such a way that it wouldn’t damage or limit my students too much.)
    It’s very heartening, though, to see change happening and people beginning to move beyond the millennia of control. Also empowering to know that each of us, by the application of our thoughts and emotions, can help to make the transition.

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