Yes, let us ask: DO ALL RELIGIONS DISCONNECT FROM SOURCE?

Re: the Pope’s Dilemma, read this:

Sex Abuse Scandal Could Split the Church, Like Another Reformation

Though I would prefer that the Pennsylvania scandal take down this immense, globally districuted, human constructed edifice called Roman Catholicism (1.2 billion population) entirely, I realize that my habitual revolutionary point of view is not widely held. Furthermore, that would be one more society-wide crackup that would lead to chaos, if done suddenly.

Yes, I am learning from the brilliant Qanon posts just how strategic and long-term must be one’s thinking and acting, if hoping to instigate a tectonic shift the mind of the mesmerized masses. It can’t be done all at once! Not by a longshot!

I spoke to a close relative of mine in Seattle yesterday. He is in touch with a priest who runs a school there, and works with major funders to the Catholic Church. Since the Pennsylvania report that implicated 301 priests and at least 1000 children, he has spoken to a number of these wealthy people, and they are all independently telling him that they are done funding the Catholic Church hierarchy. That from now on, their money will be going only to their local Catholic community.

As my relative says, “This is our community. Though the reports from elsewhere sickening, what are we going to do, divorce ourselves from our community?” He chooses not to. Understandably.

Despite my tendency towards an all-or-nothing stance, I too, totally recognize the immense and crucial value of community, as the underrepresented polarity to balance much vaunted American “individualism.” Community needs to be nurtured, not torn down, no matter where we find it. After all, that’s what we seek to build here in Green Acres Permaculture Village, a new/old culture that dynamically balances the needs, strengths and creative energy of both individualism and community.

What strikes me about my relative’s discovery about the funders making a distinction between local and hierarchical, is that the new sexual and pedo abuse revelations from the priestly caste within the Catholic Church have inspired this new thrust towards decentralization. And if that is the outcome of the Pennsylvania Report, then we can be glad.

When I say, tear it all down, all the old centralized structures that are crippling us in our capacity to both be fully ourselves and fully in alignment with each other and Mother Earth, I exempt local structures from that rallying cry. For though they too can be riddled with corruption, because they are close at hand, corruption can be identified and corrected. Not so with hierarchical power structures which allow for an increasing lack of accountability the higher you rise in the pyramid.

Also, I read where a number of states are now calling for their courts to step in to church affairs and conduct the same kind of investigations as Pennsylvania. Good? Bad? One institutional authority interfering with another?

Just what is local? What you can see, taste, touch, hear with your own senses? Are states themselves too far up the ladder to be considered locally accountable?

However we answer these questions, we must make sure that power returns to concentrate at the bottom, where it originated, rather than rising inexorably to the top.

Ultimately, I ask a question that most people who have found themselves brushing away the cobwebs of the religion they were raised in, do begin ask. Is religion ever a good thing? What is religion, but an attempt to insert some kind of mental and emotional screen, or “matrix” (usually with dogmas and priests or other “experts” and “intermediaries”) between me and the divine, i.e., Wild Nature, in all her profusion and abundance, from to microbes in the soil to the blood pulsing through my heart, to whirling galaxies above. It’s all there for us to commune with and learn from, inside our bodies, under our feet, above our heads, and hearts reaching and aching for each other; and we sure don’t need no damned intermediary.

Furthermore, these religions often, but not always, say they are the only one to lead to “salvation,” and that everybody else is going to hell.

Hell?

That’s here on earth, a human invention by those who would separate us from others by virtue of the “wrong” ideology, the “wrong” mental construct. Gag.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Responses to Yes, let us ask: DO ALL RELIGIONS DISCONNECT FROM SOURCE?

  1. Victoria P. says:

    Your heart has it’s own relationship with the divine and it needs respected by others, including those who think they have the right to own you body, mind and soul. Only you have that right. That being said let us look at the three pillars of the matrix operated out of the three global city-states: Washington DC (global military control), City of London (central banking control), and of course, religion, Vatican City (spiritual control over humanity), and which comes complete with the P2 Freemasons, Opus Dei military order of Jesuits, the Black Nobility and HSBC. They were and always have been the scary monster under my bed, when I consider the big picture through many lifetimes. I visualize something different for humanity. Perhaps no religion, no central banking and no self-serving military. I can imagine that. I am going to go imagine on that right now. 😀

  2. Victoria P. says:

    I am sorry. I forgot to say,
    HAPPY WORLD GODDESS DAY!

  3. rose day says:

    Great ‘food for thought’ herein and a nod to Victoria P for her succinct distillation of ‘The Unholy Trinity’ represented by Vatican City, City of London and Washington DC. It is not without irony that the three embody religion, money and bully-whip support thereof . . . three paradigms much in the public-eye these days.

    Think for a moment of all on Earth who have no idea that these three ultra powerful entities are each self-governing and answer to no one outside of each jurisdictional governance. It took months of personal research and many rounds of denial before accepting that the seat of power in my country is actually an entity unto itself and is separate and totally apart from the manner in which States of the Union are governed . . . most disconcerting.

    Much time and disillusion may pass before the planet as a whole can fully accept the truth of the deception in major world institutions because denial is a mighty force even in the face of irrefutable proof that things the ‘Collective We’ have been led to believe for centuries (if not eons) may not be so.

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