The connection to Reincarnation and Astrology in the “Lords’ Prayer”

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For those of us who pray The Lord’s Prayer, supposedly taught by Jesus, might be surprised to find in it’s invocation, an overlooked Hindu philosophy of “Reincarnation” and Astrology.
So much of the ancient Greek world-view of religion, science, language, and astrology was influenced by the original ancient world view of India.
Let’s start with “Our Father, who art in heaven…” and the differentiation between the word heaven and sky.
Our most modern word, “sky” does not reflect or encompass what the ancients referred to as “the Heavens.”
The “Heavens” to the ancients was the Zodiac and our first “Internet.” It held information based on astrological and astronomical positioning of the stars and placement between them. Just like our modern computer engineers, only the ancient priests, at the time, were able to decipher and understand the symbols and omen behind these stars. Ancient priests were astrologers/astronomers (considered the same at the time), and like our modern day astrologers, they saw the connection of the astrological principle of the stars and  placements in “Heaven”.
… “on Earth as it is in Heaven.” is the first Astrological principle in the Lord’s Prayer,  the equivalent to the Hermetic axiom in the Kybalion, “as above so below”.
On the sentence “…and forgive us our sins, as we forgive those that sin agains us (Matthew 6:9-13), we find a link to “reincarnation”. The original Greek word used was Opheilema/ Opeilets. There are other versions of the above passage using the word, “trespass” of which the older version used the word “Sin.”
“Sin”, according to  Theopedia, is mentioned in the Old Testament with 6 different nouns and 3 verbs to describe it. When first translated in 1526, the New Testament from Greek to English, the English translator William Tyndale (1494-1536) used the word “debt” for “sin.” Yet, in the original Torah (the Jewish bible), and back to Genesis, we have the word “sin” as the original meaning behind the verse, “forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us.
In the Wikipedia definition of the Jewish meaning of “sin,” it explains it as part of life because we all commit “sin.” However, there are different types of sins and each have a certain difference in degree of punishment.
Some sins are punished by the laws in the courts. Many are punished in heaven. Others have consequences on earth.
Sins are differentiated as:
1.      Sins against God and Man forgiven by God if one repents.
2.     Sins between men and People are the most severe ones.
3.     Sins committed out of “lack of knowledge” are considered less grave.
4.      Sins or iniquities of one generation passing to another.
I will refer to  #3 and #4 with an example from the Bible on how this part of The Lord’s Prayer, can be understood as “reincarnation” or “Karma”.
The New Testament mentions a blind man born blind. The disciples asked him who had sinned. Was it his parents or him?  (John 9:3).
     Yeshua said to them, He had not sinned nor had his parents, but that the works of God       may appear in him.
Exchange the word “sin” above with “Karma,” which is what I believe the original origin of the word “sin.” The question of who’s Karma was it? Was it of the sins of the father, or were it his sins? Just this verse alone, “who sinned here?” is telling us that the disciples and Jesus were referring to “Reincarnation”.
Jesus replied that it was neither. The “illness’  was accepted by the man’s own accord, because he knew Jesus would “heal” him–a miracle would be done for him to show that Jesus was the “son” of God.  Jesus thought to teach his disciples that they were wrong in their judgemen, was of high importance. I believe Jesus shows that the greatness of faith and service makes clear that not all victims of illnesses or “sins” should be measured or judged in the same way.  In other words: don’t be judgmental or blame a victim of an illness or use their illness to justify a lack of sympathy, lack of understanding, support or compassion. Hence, Jesus is teaching more “awareness” and “open-mindedness,” instead of seeing the ill as “paying for Karma” of something done badly, wikedly, or sinful.
Regardless of religion, or even how one feels about Jesus, this takes us back to the 3 examples of possibilities mentioned in the Torah,  of “Karma” (Sins).
1.  His own,
2.  His fathers
3.  Sin or “Karma” committed out of lack of knowledge (a sacrifice, a voluntary service to be of greater service, as Jesus explained, was the reason of why the blind man was born blind).
The other Astrological connection is the “illness of being born blind” this is a  6th house astrological signification, the 6th house is known as the house of illness, but it is also known as the house of service, debt,(…forgive our debt, as we forgive our debtors)
work, and enemies). The 6th house is the house of Virgo,  the Virgin and it is no coincidence that nuns, who are of “service” to God, wear a habit resembling the attire of the Virgin. (More on this on another blog). It is also no “coincidence that the “work” or “life work” of the blind man, was to be of service, until Jesus cured him.
Next time you pray the Lord Prayer, you might think back on this and reflect on the ancient messages: the overlooked Astrological codes between Christianity and the Zodiac.

@2020 Karuna Diaz-all rights reserved

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