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Spiritual concepts

Devil, the

If you look at the definition of Demons you will see that they are 'bad' [hurt and hate] functions invented by men - Learnt function and invented functions that are entirely man made.

Collectively, they are 'stored' vibrationally at the level and layer as far away from the Functions created by the Intelligences as can be and we know this as Hell [see definition].  This layer is vibrationally very low which is why very very low sound physically -  infrasound - appears occasionally to invoke these processes.

And it appears there is a Spirit Entity that 'supervises' this collection of processes and it is the 'Devil'.  [not Satan, not Lucifer, not Beelzebub which appear to be different].  

In the many observations that appear to be a sight of the devil, the person is generally only seeing a personification of their own Demons, or occasionally they are getting a sight of the Spirit beings of the viruses or bacteria that are making them ill or the drugs or pharmaceuticals they have taken.  Thus the existence of the devil from direct observational 'visual' input is unproven.

The existence of such a Spirit Entity, however, appears to be supported principally by mystic thought and by the experiences of geniuses, who are occasionally given insight into the nature of this Entity.

Interestingly, the devil as perceived by these people is merely a supervisor and has acquired none of the processes.  Thus the Devil does not 'tempt' or wreak havoc with the functions under his control.  The main role appears to involve making sure the human created viruses [for that is what they are] don't corrupt the other systems.  So the devil is better thought of as more like anti-virus software quarantining what we have created! 

The word 'Devil' may indeed be a very inappropriate one, and we might be better thinking up a new one like Anti-demon supervisor, as historically the word Devil is something of a misnomer

T C Lethbridge – Witches-Investigating an Ancient Religion

The term ‘devil’ derives from the times of Zoroaster (Zarathustra) and Zoroaster was responsible for the change of meaning from simply a spirit to one of an evil complexion.
The various form of ‘deva’, ‘divus’ and so on always referred to a good spirit.  But Zoroaster in his teaching decided that all gods except Ahura Mazda must be some sort of demon.
As they had been known as ‘daevas’, the term ‘devil’ took on an evil meaning in Persia and spread westward with Zoroaster’s cult and Mithraism.
Thus it comes that Hindu gods are Persian devils!
Ahura Mazda (Ormazd), Zoroaster’s God of All Things corresponds to the Hindu Brahma and the modern conception of a Universal Mind.



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