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Cult or Religion?

Once upon a time, in a world steeped in tradition and spirituality, humans found solace and unity in the tapestry of religions that stretched across civilizations for eons. These faiths provided not only a sense of community but also a moral compass guiding individuals toward goodness and salvation.

In the heart of this rich spiritual landscape, the concept of religious identity often started with birth. If your parents were Baptist, Catholic, or followers of any faith, the chances were high that you too would inherit that religious mantle. Yet, amidst this commonality, a profound question lingered: why do some choose to denounce the religion assigned by their parents?

This question sparked the journey into the delicate task of choosing a religion. If one possessed a sound mind, it was reasonable to assume that they would carefully select a belief system aligning with their expectations of pleasing a higher power. Choosing a religion, the cradle of one's spiritual journey, required thorough vetting, for diving into such a profound endeavor blindly was unwise.

The exploration led to the understanding of "Cult" and "Religion." A cult, with its often negative connotations, encompassed religious veneration, devotion, and even obsession. On the other hand, religion, a pursuit of supreme importance, involved the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, reflecting diverse systems of faith and worship.

However, as the exploration delved deeper, a pressing inquiry arose: why embrace an incomplete and confusing religion? How could a faith designed for good harbor followers who disregarded the laws of nature and God, often promoting violence and hate? What compelled individuals to adhere to leaders who constantly turned a blind eye and ear to the truth?

This line of questioning brought forth the concept of Stockholm Syndrome, where feelings of trust or affection arise in victims towards their captors. The idea was stark: four hundred and fifty years of physical, mental, and spiritual slavery could lead to this syndrome, causing individuals to accept their circumstances.

Yet, within this dark tale, a beacon of hope emerged. Those who were wise acknowledged the possibility of Stockholm Syndrome, a psychological shackle that took an extended period to break. But when it did, minds opened to limitless insights, allowing for more reasonable choices in contemplating salvation and peace on Earth.

On the mountainous journey of self-discovery, one could ascend to the top and gaze over the valley, not through a limited set of facts force-fed by captors, but from the truth extracted from artifacts, hieroglyphics, statutes, and ancient pyramids predating established religions, cults, and beliefs.

Mixed cultures, formed from the blood of those who suffered horrendous atrocities, began to raise questions. Why did so many people not adhere to the laws of their religion? Why did they not practice what they preached? This quest for truth led some to find solace in Ma'at, not from a religious or cult perspective, but from a genuine desire to please God.

Acknowledging the debt owed to those who facilitated the escape from the torture of slavery and the wisdom of repairing historical damage, the story unfolded further. Instruments of God, embodied by the Internet and Broadband, became beacons of wisdom, helping to rediscover lost beliefs that aimed to please God and bring peace on Earth.

Aware of the imbalance that still lingered on Earth, the awakening force of Ma'at was felt, offering valuable lessons for subduing the beast of evil. It was a wisdom not to be discounted, a truth that transcended time and circumstance.

As the tale unfolded, a call echoed through the ages: "Do not discount this wisdom!" The journey towards enlightenment continued, with the hope that the Earth would find balance when these revelations were embraced. Ma'at, the guiding principle, opened eyes to the profound truths that could shape a future where wisdom triumphed over ignorance.

And so, the story carried on, inviting all to learn more, to explore the age of mentality, and to embark on their own quest for truth and understanding.

Just John, a narrator of tales and seeker of wisdom, signed off, leaving the words to echo in the minds of those ready to embark on their own journey of discovery.


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