Mythology of the “Fall”

The introduction of The Lord of the Rings includes this interesting line: “History became legend and legend became myth.” I thought: Yes, and soon myth became much of what we now know as scripture.

Our consciousness of the Supreme Creative Love needs to be set free from “holy” scriptures and see them as mere human writings. They have been idolized long enough. For example, it is time to question the ancient Shaman’s mythology of the “fall.”

We have learned that even “junk science” becomes myth when based upon false evidence, opinion, and guesswork.  Admitting that the universes that surround us, both micro and macro, are far too intricate and filled with minute details to evolve on their own may seem to be unscientific, but it remains a haunting fact that they have a systematic purpose which calls out to us.

A Supreme Entity of Love that was daring enough to show humanity some of its creativity through these orderly and intricate universes also seems to be calling out for recognition with each new scientific revelation. The Hubble telesope alone has astounded astrophysics with its findings. And recent outer space probes only add to the endless wonder. Then see this endless Love gifting it and incarnating itself into all of humanity and patiently waiting for the human consciousness to slowly but surely come to also recognize this mighty life-force within the temple of its own body.

Think about it. Does that not sound like something Love would do? Of course it does! No strings attached. Life, liberty, and the pusuit of happiness with total permission to learn from mistakes. Learn from poor choices which only harm self and others. But make the right choices and reap the rewards. Freedom to learn which choice has better outcomes. Which choices advance humanity and which choices hold humanity back? To repeat history or learn from it? To threaten or to promise? To punish or to offer relief?

At first, humanity’s curiosity about its origin could only see the disasters, disease, and mayhem, so a displeased and angry sky-god was invented. They built their religions around oppressive rituals and sacrificial demands to appease their god(s). Warring tribes who defeated weaker tribes thought that their god was stronger than the enemy’s defeated god.

From which local “god” did Abraham get the gruesome idea to sacrifice the son he and his wife had waited so long for? Good thing his consciousness and his dream of having a family large enough to fill the land questioned and put a stop to such nonsense! (Actually, it was his son who questioned his father’s threatening religious practice.)

Occasionally, they were surprised by and even “saw the face of God” when receiving forgiving acceptance or when saved from tyranny, (Jacob was forgiven and accepted and loved by his brother Esau, Joseph’s brothers were forgiven and accepted and loved by Joseph, Israelites left Egypt’s tyranny with all they could carry and herd). But still, Moses gave them laws and rituals well beyond “honor your loving Creator/Savior” by “loving yourself and your neighbor.” Most were governmental in nature, but many soon became religious laws. Moses had grown up within the Egyptian priesthood and government and knew much about setting it up as a control for human behavior – but it was just another tyranny.

David caught the spirit of a Supreme Love and shared it in many songs. The Prophets caught that spirit too and complained endlessly about the priest’s oppressive religion. Instead, they spoke with “comforting” words and taught of “mercy without sacrifice.” Jesus, bar Nasha, “the man” as he preferred to be called (probably because the Greek/Roman imagination of some had begun to think he was something more than a man), caught that same spirit of Love and soon challenged the oppressive Hebrew religion. It had become a combination of Moses’ priestly tyranny and the priestly tyranny they had learned from Zoroastrianism while captives in Persia (concepts such as Hell and a Day of Judgment). Instead, Jesus’ stories and his living were replete with the generous unconditional love, forgiveness, and acceptance of the Father.

The presence of this Love within is why we must question the scriptures, both old and new, as Jesus did, especially when they reek with oppressive and threatening words. And we must also question the church’s confessions which tell us who Jesus was and what he did for us as a “god” – but make little or nothing of what he taught and lived as a loving human.

Without a “fall,”  there is no need for the salvation theory of the church. Love was incarnated in all of humanity from the beginning, not only in one man 2000 years ago.

Evolving consciousness has learned that the church is an empty vessel in spite of its claimed “inspired” source from which it derives its power.

It is humanity that is Love’s temple. And as humanity searches to learn more of this Love within, Love is yearning to be discovered and patiently waits for us (prodigals) to realize, “Duh! The Father has been waiting with open arms all along!” Such Love does not punish or payback. It patiently waits for recognition and the resulting fruits of gracious goodness toward others.

Love always has been and will always be waiting for us to catch its spirit and spread it around like Jesus did. We too are its precious sons and daughters. We are all in the Father’s family, each a unique part of his image as Jesus also knew that he was. And the Father has promised to never leave or forsake parts of himself. THAT is why death has no sting!

The Father’s judgment of humanity is his unconditional forgiveness. And the Father’s justice is his loving acceptance of humanity. It has always been so. There never was a need for a sacrifice. There has only been love and forgiveness and mercy waiting to be caught.

The Christian church’s idolatry of its “holy” scripture and its idolatry of its “blessed” cross symbol benefits no one. And Peter and Paul’s “Christ” distracts us from the Father’s Love found in Jesus and his teaching – endless unconditional forgiveness even for enemies. The testimony and example of Love which was from the beginning benefits everyone. But the imaginations of the Jesus narrative writers two and three generations after Jesus lived misreprsent him even more than Peter and Paul.

One Christian religion prays to Jesus’ mother and to many other “saints” while other more “reformed” Christian religions pray to a “Christ” who, according to their myth, will return one day to destroy his enemies. But Jesus taught us to pray to the Father of LOVE, and ask him to save us from the injustice of such human ideas. Those humans still have not been surprised by the Father’s unconditional forgiveness and restorative justice! Jesus knew that mercy would find them – eventually – and so he prayed for their forgiveness. Learn from him and do likewise.

A Love that is shared in a smile, a comforting touch, an unconditional forgiving acceptance, or a gift to someone in need, even words that set a spirit free from religious tyranny, are all from the Father of Love. Learn from them and catch this spirit, then pass it on.

So there is no reason to fear anything but the injustice of men who still do not know what they are doing. Father, forgive them and deliver us from such evil tyranny. And if we, like Jesus cannot escape such injustice, then the Father’s open arms await at our passage through death into his Reality. And since that Reality cannot even be imagined right now, just let it be a surprise. All we need to know is that we are in the Father’s Head Start Program at the moment. So pay attention to his unconditional acts of kindness, sometimes even coming from a “Samaritan” (Atheist?) and learn from them.

Using mythology and scriptures written by humans to spread fear among people is unloving behavior at its very worst. Oppressive and threatening words do not bring on genuine change because Love never said them! Such words can make nothing happen. They have no creativity within them. Do not be fooled by mere surface change which is only due to fear.

A good rule of thumb: if the scripture or a “prophet” speaks in oppressive terms and tones and threatens punishment or tribulation, then such words are NOT from a Supreme Love that forgives unconditionally and generously accepts us in spite of our prodigal behavior. They are not loving creative words. Disregard them! But if the scripture or the prophet speaks in gentle, kind, and encouraging words which promise good things and tell of the benefits experienced when choosing to follow their advice, then pay special attention to them and follow them because they have creative power to change your life, making it better for yourself and for others. Forgiveness, acceptance, love, mercy – these are the Eternal’s ways!

Please stay on your journey to look for more news of this endless Love. You may be surprised where it turns up. Blessings to all who discover it!

June 30, 2011 ~ Henry Hasse

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Predictions can spread fear and panic even when they are meant to be fair warning to prepare for possible disaster. When predictions bring an angry sky-god into the mix things really get serious.

Using mythology and scriptures written by humans to spread fear among people is unloving behavior at it’s worst.

A good rule of thumb: if the scripture OR a “prophet” speaks in oppressive terms and tones and threatens punishment or tribulation, then it is NOT from a Supreme Love that forgives unconditionally and generously accepts us in spite of our prodigal behavior.

It is Love speaking in comforting and restorative words that brings about change. The change happens freely and without demands. So “comfort my people and tell them they have nothing to fear.”

Oppressive and threatening words do not bring on genuine change because Love never said them! Such words can make nothing happen. Do not be fooled by mere surface change which is only BS!

I wonder if that is what Alexander Hamilton meant with “”In politics, as in religion, it is equally absurd to aim at making proselytes by fire and sword. And heresies in either can rarely be cured by persecution.”

I think Jesus used the same rule. It would explain his reaction to the “eye for an eye” scripture and the “stone a woman taken in adultery” scripture.

The sooner we realize that all scriptures are NOT “holy” just because someone wrote that they were, the sooner we will discover (have ears to hear) the words of Love that can change our lives here and now.

June 14, 2011 ~ Henry Hasse

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My friend has a dream to start a new Recovery Church. Another Reformation? But how can he put new wine into old wineskins? And is it really new enough? Will he end up with just another religion? His concepts are good ones following the AA principles. He has been able to get many people to think about and question their hidden agendas, secrets, doctrines, theology, religious views, etc. And many have come to follow him because they are hungry and looking for comfort and reassurance concerning their “addictions” and fears. Fears of facing death and fears of facing the truth about themselves and fears of facing a Christ-god who will return to chase off his enemies – all these fears are the result of the sincere well-intentioned teachings of the church which has controlled the minds of Christians with their “holy” words for some 2000 years.

I wish him well because I have seen his growth in Love. For that reason alone I doubt that his new Recovery Church will stagnate. Besides, we must all begin with what we have, and what he has is a talent to write and speak and a very recent training in the church which asked him to leave it prior to his seminary graduation because of his questions concerning their teachings.

I also encouraged him to step out even further. Question the human scriptures even more. Where they are oppressive and speak of punishment and payback justice (man’s way), question if they come from a Supreme Love or from the mind and pen of a prodigal’s brother who thinks that the forgiving justice of Love is unfair. When you do this, you will also grasp why the prophets complained about the oppressive religion of the priests and the oppressive decrees of the kings. Jesus, bar Nasha  (“the man” as he called himself) caught the Spirit of the prophets and repeated their message, a “new thing” from an everlasting Love: generous acceptance and endless unconditional forgiveness, – “mercy without sacrifice!” It was this good news that drew in his followers because it comforted them and slammed their fears of death and punishment and meeting an angry sky-god who could destroy them.

 Jesus did not teach that he was their perfect substitute. He did not teach them to depend on Easter either. He taught the REAL good news above and that they were ALL brothers and sisters, sons and daughters of Abba, unique images of Abba who lived in them and around them (not in the sky) and who would NEVER leave them or forsake them! No wonder their fears melted away and death had no sting!

 There was no need for the church’s perfect bloody payment as a sacrifice. And there was no need for the church’s Easter account as recorded two generations later. (That does not mean to say that Jesus did not appear to some of his followers out of Abba’s Reality to reassure them of the truth in what he had taught. Their great disappointment in how things turned out for him needed considerable bolstering.) Again, I declare that the message of the prophets and Jesus is the message people yearn to hear today. The old wineskin of a religion and the old wineskin of theology and the old wineskin of a church as it is understood today cannot hold this great news. It would burst at the seams with such a scandalous message.

 A gathering that declares this new message and reassures each other with it and accepts one another and cares for each other, especially for those in need, forgiving and loving each other unconditionally – now THAT’s what I would call a Recovery Group!

The new word of Love is the Father’s REAL judgment call. It can be found hidden within the scriptures of humans who wrote and taught of brutal payback demands. And it can be found today in a loving smile, a compassionate and comforting word, an accepting and forgiving hug. And what of those who have not caught this Spirit of Love? Father forgive them. They do not know what they doing — yet. But the time will come when they too will be surprised by their invitation to join the banquet and celebrate with those who are already celebrating, here and now, in Abba’s “Head Start Program.”

June 12, 2011 ~ Henry Hasse

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Lots of stuff and nonsense on morals in the air these days. What are morals anyhow? Define morals! Seems that moral behavior means different things to different people. All depends on which religion brought you up, or how strict your parents were, or maybe they didn’t care what you learned and tried out. And what IS a moral compass? Where do you get one of those? Does WalMart have them on special? Instead of N, S, E, & W, does it show Right, Wrong, Maybe, OOOPs?  I am filled up with it all!

 On the way to work this morning, I saw one of those church signs. Apparently they don’t know much about it either. “Dear God, what can I do 4 U today?” It reminded me of something the great Satchmo Armstrong said when asked about what it was about the trumpet that he enjoyed so much. His answer: “If you gotta ask what is it, you’ll NEVER git to know!”

 How about Love? Have you ever been surprised by an undeserved hug, a comforting smile, forgiveness for a harmful choice, an unexpected gift or talent, especially when you needed it? And what if each came without any expectations of you returning the favor? No strings attached! Particularly because you did not have the where-with-all to do so even if you wanted to. Have you ever been overwhelmed by such Love, a Love that forgives you seventy times seven or more? Why would Love be that way? Because it anticipates a turn about! Did you notice? It does not EXPECT it. It ANTICIPATES it.

 Honor your Creator by loving yourself and your neighbor. That is what it means to have character. Your ducks are in a row then. Love wins every time then. There is no need for morals that merely follow demands or expectations or laws. And if you need a compass, get one with L, O, V, E on it so you can know that every way you choose is OK.

The real test is the Love test, meaning: Is what I choose to do or say going to harm myself or my neighbor(s) in any way or is it going to be a blessing to us? Character understands that it has no sky-god to impress by keeping a bunch of rules. Character chooses to be a blessing to itself and to others. Why? Because character knows that it is the temple of Love so it cannot help but be loving.

Love becomes a natural choice for those who have been overwhelmed by it. It can say, “Father, forgive them. They just do not know what they are doing.” ~ yet!

June 10, 2011 ~ Henry Hasse

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A Love Story – Part 2

Perhaps just a brief review of Abba’s Love for humans would be a good thing to do before I continue to tell more of his story. The following comes from the end of Part 1 which follows this post.
“Abba’s way of justice is to forgive as often as it takes to get humans to catch on to his Spirit of Love. And his way of justice is to accept humans as they are, that is, as they had chosen to become. Most important of all, he does his way without any threat of punishment. His way does not depend upon fear to bring on a change of behavior. Fear and the threat of punishment are used by humans to force a change of behavior, but not by Abba! We will be learning much more of Abba’s way in his story of Love within humanity…..he would call his way a “new thing” when compared to the (in)justice of humans.”

Humanity’s love for each other was not perfect. In fact, with a few exceptions, they were very unloving to each other as time went on. But they were very intelligent and some learned to do amazing things. One time, as the story is told, Love simply confused their communications because they were so far off in their search for him that they were no longer growing in their consciousness of his love within them and within others. They were only building up their own pride.

Later, another story is told that his Spirit of Love almost gave up on humans EVER learning about his love for them. That is when he simply removed them from his “Head Start Program” here because they were nothing but an unloving influence, so I imagine that he took them straight into his Reality to be surprised by and learn of his Love first-hand and without interruptions. I can also imagine that he still does that with some humans who just do not seem to be able to catch his loving Spirit. This is another view of his justice. He will not leave them or forsake them in spite of their behavior. After all, they have and are a unique part of his image even if they have not discovered it yet.

That story goes on to tell of saving an entire family and many creatures from what must have been a disaster flood that really impressed them for many years to come. Many ancient writers recorded their versions of the story after they heard of it. Since the story is found in several ancient mythologies, perhaps something like it DID happen. But usually such accounts were embellished many times over in the telling of them and before they were finally recorded. The most important thing about the story was that Love saved a loving human family from a great disaster, and it was this saving of them that was really the surprise. Their families told of this saving act for many generations to come.

A more credible story about Love began to unfold in the story of a man called Abraham and his wife Sarah. Abraham must have been a dreamer of big things that were going to happen in their lives. He had huge goals for himself and Sarah. (Love has a way of planting those big ideas in our minds.) It took them a while to really believe the possibilities, but when they finally did, great things happened to them.

First, there was the idea of a new home in a new country and then there was the idea of having a large family of their own. This new home was to remind them of Love’s Reality here and now which may not have seemed like much at the beginning, but which became a symbol of a much greater Reality far beyond their comprehension. They moved from a very beautiful home surrounded with huge rivers, palms, buildings, and fascinating ancient traditions of the East to a home where they had to “rent” from the locals. By comparison, it DID have a forest of cedar and oak trees in the hills to the northeast, but otherwise it was mostly wilderness and had nothing but a small “creek” running through it. I can imagine that Sarah was not very excited about their new home and the tents they had to live in. But that would change soon enough.

I wonder if they ever went to the great and beautiful sea which was not very far to the west. I am quite sure it would have given Abraham even more ideas about trading with people up and down the coast. No doubt he was already profiting from trading with many who passed along the great trade route they now lived on between Egypt and Mesopotamia. I can imagine that the consciousness of Abraham conceived of this plan long before they ever left their home in the East between the mighty rivers. (I happen to think that good ideas come from the Spirit of Love that lives within us.) Besides, their move got them away from becoming more influenced by the Eastern traditions and myths. The idea to move was a good thing for that reason alone.

Abraham was not always the perfect husband. Soon after their arrival, they made a trip to Egypt, maybe to arrange a trade deal with the government.  On the way down, he told Sarah to tell them that she was his sister because she was beautiful and he was afraid that they might kill him and take her. Such was the unloving way of Egyptian government officials. Sure enough. They did take her and she was added to the king’s harem. But Abba was looking out for her. Just about that time two things happened. Some of the king’s men happened to see Abraham and Sarah necking and hugging and they went to tell the king what they had seen. It was obvious that she was NOT his sister! And the Egyptians were very superstitious. At the same time there was a terrible contagious disease going around. The king’s priests and health officers figured that the disease was happening because the king had put Abraham’s wife Sarah into his harem. The king always valued the advice of the priests. The result was that the king quickly ordered that Sarah should be taken back to Abraham, plus he also ordered to give them herds of livestock and silver and gold with the hope that he would be forgiven for his mistake. He thought that the Egyptian gods would then put a stop to the disease. Interesting story. Probably even true for the most part. The  king reacted to his religion that promised punishment and made his payment. But it was good for Abraham and Sarah!  And I’ll bet that Abraham learned a lesson about unloving behavior and the great Love that forgave it and still protected and blessed him and his wife.

Abraham’s herds and flocks continued to grow. It became obvious that there was not enough room left for all his property and the property of his nephew Lot. Abraham discussed the situation with his nephew and they decided to part company. Abraham loved him and gave him first choice. Lot chose to move his family and property to the nice valley close to the small river and Abraham stayed in the hilly wilderness. Abraham’s flocks and herds became so large that he had to hire many locals to help him with their care and feeding. He was very friendly to them and treated them fairly. They considered him to be an honest and loving man who always treated them with generosity. His loving Spirit had made an impression on them.

One time a band of robbers from the north attacked some of his friends in the valley, and also kidnapped his nephew and their wives and children. They even stole their livestock. Abraham refused to put up with this behavior because it was not right in his mind, so he gathered together a large group of his own men to go after the robbers. He caught up with them in the middle of the night and because of the size of his group and their bravery, the thieves gave up without a fight and returned the stolen goods and kidnapped women and children. The thieves probably felt lucky to escape with their lives and learned a valuable lesson because they never troubled Abraham’s friends again. (Only idiots mess with someone way out of their league.) I think that Abraham gave them something to think about instead of harming them, and it changed their behavior. His way was Love’s way which showed the strength of a still small voice even if it came from someone mighty in word and in deed. Phew! What a lesson!

Abraham and Sarah’s next challenge was that they still had no children, and even worse, Sarah was getting too old to be able to have a child. But Abraham never gave up on his dream of having a large family. One night, as he was looking up at the sky filled with stars, he got the idea that his family would probably be at least THAT many and probably more. In fact they would fill this land that he was now renting and many lands beyond. (This was Abba’s dream too. Abba had placed these ideas into Abraham’s mind and Abba knew that Abraham’s loving Spirit would finally catch on in the hearts and minds of many humans, even in distant lands, and they would become Abba’s loving family in time.)

This time, Sarah made an unloving decision and asked Abraham to take her maid and try to have a child by her. Her hope was that the child could be counted as her child. Unfortunately, Abraham thought the idea was a good one and did as Sarah suggested because it was not unusual for men to have more than one wife in those days. The maid’s name was Hagar and her child’s name was Ishmael. One unloving idea led to others. Hagar became quite smug toward Sarah and Sarah became very jealous of Hagar and her son. Then Abraham gave Sarah permission to do what she wanted with Hagar, so Sarah chased them out into the wilderness with a stick. Hagar was extremely disappointed and was deeply sorry for her behavior and also felt that the injustice done to her and Ishmael was very unbecoming of Abraham and Sarah who usually had such a good reputation for their loving ways. That night, Abba sent her a dream as well and, of course, it was a loving dream. She dreamed of forgiving them both and returning to them to stay on as Sarah’s maid, and she dreamed that one day HER son would become someone well known too. – She must have overheard Abraham telling Sarah about his dream for their family. Apparently Abraham and Sarah were astonished enough by Hagar’s forgiveness that they also forgave and accepted her back as Sarah’s maid. Love was the winner all around in the story so far!

Unfortunately, Ishmael must have grown resentful of his treatment as the bastard son in the family of Abraham, because he became a wild adolescent who was always getting into trouble with everyone, especially the neighbors. In the meantime, Abraham worried about his nephew Lot who had chosen to live among some very unloving people down in the valley. Abraham kept hoping that Abba’s love would spare Lot from harm and their influence. When some travelers came by on their way to the town, and while they were enjoying Abraham’s hospitality, Abraham spoke of his concerns for his nephew and told the travelers that they could depend on room and board from his nephew when they arrived in town.

Sure enough, Lot still remembered to offer hospitality to those in need. Even they wondered how he could live among the unloving people of this town. He considered their observations and advice and decided it would be best to move out of that town. Good thing too, because not long after they left, some of that debris from broken up meteors hit the city and destroyed it in a rain of fire. One ancient story blamed this disaster on an angry sky-god, but we know that there is no such god. I think that it was a natural disaster and that the travelers who had stopped in to see Abraham passed Uncle Abraham’s loving concerns on to Lot. (Sometimes we listen to strangers better than we listen to our own family. Love finds every way possible to pass the right Spirit on to us. I also think that Abba must have seen the natural disaster of the meteor coming their way. Today, astronomers would see one coming in their telescopes and warn people in harm’s way.)

Abraham and Sarah finally did have a son of their own. His name was Isaac. When Isaac was old enough to eat real food on his own, they had a celebration for him. That is when Ishmael made the mistake of making fun of little Isaac and Sarah heard it. Sarah asked Abraham to send Hagar and her son Ishmael away because of his bad attitude and influence within the family. It was difficult, but he did it. Later, Hagar found an Egyptian wife for Ishmael and Abba blessed his desert family because of Abraham who had loved him in spite of his unloving behavior.

This is how the family of Abraham began to grow and fill the land, just like it happened in his dream: Sarah passed into Abba’s Reality and Abraham was still renting from the locals.  He had to buy a family cemetery plot from them. Abraham understood that his dream plans may include the local real estate one day, but it merely symbolized Abba’s Reality which was beyond his imagination. He also explained his dream to Isaac so he would understand it as well. And so it became the family dream.

Before Abraham passed on he was careful to send a trusted servant to find a wife for Isaac among his relatives in the land between the huge rivers. His hope was that there were some who had not become followers of the ancient Eastern traditions. It was customary for parents to do things like this. The servant returned with a beautiful young woman named Rebekah. Isaac’s excitement and love for her was amazing from the very first time he saw her. At first she had difficulty giving him children, but the dream of Abraham was strong in Isaac and Abba made sure that she would finally gave him twin sons, Esau and Jacob. We will save their interesting story for part 3 of this love story.

Perhaps a little preview will bring you back. Many generations later, after a long stay in Egypt where Jacob’s side of the family would grow and become slaves to the Egyptians,  they were remembered and saved from tyranny by Abba. That is an impressive story in itself. They would return and homestead this same land. By then it had been mostly taken over from the locals by the great grandchildren of Esau, Ishmael, other children of Abraham with his second wife, Keturah, plus others who had come from the North and the East and decided to remain at this center of the great trade route. Most of these had married and accepted the unloving religious ways of the immigrants by then. All had their own sky-gods that they worshipped in strange and mysterious ways. This was the one influence that concerned Abba the most.

(Unfortunately, after Jacob’s family, better known as Israelites by then, had claimed and fought for most of the land, they tended to misinterpret Abraham’s family dream, and wondered less about Abba’s Reality. The land became a very important issue for them from that time on because they called it their “promised” land which they had a right to own because, as they said, it was given to them by their G-d. That claim led to countless unloving wars.)

June 6, 2011 ~ Henry Hasse

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