Saturday, December 31, 2016

Open door and the Peacock Angel

Religion is really nonlinear viewed in science. The rules in science do not apply!
It's sort of having a time machine you can go back forward, all around.
The all knowing, everywhere all the time. Like in form with quantum entanglement
in past and future events.

When you look at Religion there are many parts missing of the story.
Like where was Jesus growing up before he hit his 30's?
There are missing parts of the Gnostic also. Those known points to some
enlightening things.

(3) Jesus said, "If those who lead you say to you, 'See, the kingdom is in the sky,'
then the birds of the sky will precede you. If they say to you, 'It is in the sea,'
then the fish will precede you. Rather, the kingdom is inside of you,
and it is outside of you. When you come to know yourselves, then you will
become known, and you will realize that it is you who are the sons of the living father.
But if you will not know yourselves, you dwell in poverty
and it is you who are that poverty."

(18) The disciples said to Jesus, "Tell us how our end will be."
Jesus said, "Have you discovered, then, the beginning, that you look for the end?
For where the beginning is, there will the end be. Blessed is he who will take his
place in the beginning; he will know the end and will not experience death."

(1) And he said, "Whoever finds the interpretation of these sayings will not
experience death."

In view nothing really dies anyway just changes form as in nature how energy
goes to one form to another. Burn wood  it goes into heat then carbon to other forms.

And I do see the Peacock Angel belief as a possibly the missing parts of the Gnostic.
It would be from the same time frame! It fits in the puzzle!

Now to the Peacock angel part of the story a light in the dark.
"In the Yazidi belief system, God created the world, and the world is now in the care of a
Heptad of seven Holy Beings, often known as Angels or heft sirr (the Seven Mysteries.)"

Note the part "is now in the care of  Heptad of seven Holy Beings."
That sort of point to the story about a doctors experience in the afterlife.
Talking to angels, seeing where god is. There, but not there, not being seen
and the Angels seem to be running things.

Also fits in the thinking of Theistic evolution.
"Theistic evolution or evolutionary creation is a concept that asserts that classical religious
teachings about God are compatible with the modern scientific understanding about 
biological evolution. In short, theistic evolutionists believe that there is a God, 
that God is the creator of the material universe and (by consequence) all life within, 
and that biological evolution is simply a natural process within that creation. 
Evolution, according to this view, is simply a tool that God employed to develop human life. 
According to the American Scientific Affiliation:"

Other than that is strange proof as I see it!

I need to note that on my birthday a rainy day I was talking to someone
about the Peacock Angel and as I was driving the car talking I seen a rainbow bright 
as anything. I really only see them like once every 10 years or so. Is it a sign?
A rainbow relates to the Peacock angel. I also seen a halo rainbow, well 95% there
when I was a kid. (That is like a Judgment day thing in the Peacock Angel belief!)
It is a rainbow at like 12 noon with the sun right over your head it makes a round rainbow!
It was not all the way there when I saw it.

When I was a kid I remember seeing a Peacock at a zoo or
petting zoo. I remember I could make it's tail spread out by
spreading my fingers apart. And I remember it got mad at me
and it started to talk to god about me being from dust and why
does it have to do this. Really I do remember this when I was a kid.
At the time I knew nothing about this stuff but that it happened.
Even if it was a dream it still had to do with the Peacock angel belief! 
Am I a reincarnated Adam? I had a past life memory from the
Cambrian Period. I was also a fish that came out of the water
and took a breath. So I don't know! To me it's one of those things in my life,
like how I meet people before I meet them or something of the sorts! Cool!

~~~~Melek Taus - The Peacock God of the Yazid
Melek Taus, the "Peacock Angel", is the god of the Yazidis.

The Yazidis consider Tawûsê Melek an emanation of God and a benevolent angel
who has redeemed himself from his fall and has become a demiurge who created
the cosmos frothe Cosmic Egg. After he repented, he wept for 7000 years,
his tears filling seven jars, which then quenched the fires of Hell.

Melek was borrowed from the Arabic term "king" or "angel". In Hebrew,
Melekh is King, and Malakh is Angel. Tawus is uncontroversially translated "peacock";
in art and sculpture, Melek Taus is depicted as peacock.
However, peacocks are not native to the lands where he is worshipped.

The Yazidi believe that the founder of their religion, Sheikh Adi Ibn Musafir, was
an avatar of Melek Taus.

Some people identify Melek Taus as Lucifer, or Satan. The Yazidis do not utter
such blasphemy, as it is quite offensive to them to equate Melek Taus with evil.
He is an Angel and this is how the Yazidis see him.

~~~~Melek Taus
Yazidi accounts of creation differ from that of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
They believe that God first created Tawûsê Melek from his own illumination (Ronahî)
and the other six archangels were created later. God ordered Tawûsê Melek not to
bow to other beings. Then God created the other archangels and ordered them to bring
him dust (Ax) from the Earth (Erd) and build the body of Adam.
Then God gave life to Adam from his own breath and instructed all archangels to
bow to Adam. The archangels obeyed except for Tawûsê Melek.
In answer to God, Tawûsê Melek replied, "How can I submit to
another being! I am from your illumination while Adam is made of dust."
Then God praised him and made him the leader of all angels and his deputy on the Earth.
(This likely furthers what some see as a connection to the Islamic Shaytan, as
according to the Quran he too refused to bow to Adam at God's command,
though in this case it is seen as being a sign of Shaytan's sinful pride.)

Hence the Yazidis believe that Tawûsê Melek is the representative of God on the face
of the Earth, and comes down to the Earth on the first Wednesday of Nisan (April).
Yazidis hold that God created Tawûsê Melek on this day, and celebrate it as
New Year's Day. Yazidis argue that the order to bow to Adam was only a test
for Tawûsê Melek, since if God commands anything then it must happen. (Bibe, dibe).
In other words, God could have made him submit to Adam, but gave Tawûsê Melek the
choice as a test. They believe that their respect and praise for Tawûsê Melek is a
way to acknowledge his majestic and sublime nature.
This idea is called "Knowledge of the Sublime" (Zanista Ciwaniyê).
Sheikh Adî has observed the story of Tawûsê Melek and believed in him.

Yazidis believe that good and evil both exist in the mind and spirit of human beings.
It depends on the humans, themselves, as to which they choose. In this process,
their devotion to Tawûsê Melek is essential, since it was he who was given the
same choice between good and evil by God, and chose the good.

~~~~What is the Peacock Angel?
Tawsi Melek, the “Peacock Angel” and “Peacock King,” is the most import
deity of the Yezidis. But he is not just the possession of the Yezidis, he belongs
to the entire world. The Yezidis believe that they possess the oldest religion on Earth,
the primeval faith that features Tawsi Melek, and that all other traditions are related
to them through the Peacock Angel. They contend that Tawsi Melek is the true
creator and ruler of the universe, and therefore a part of all religious traditions.
He does not, however, always manifest within these diverse traditions as a peacock.
Tawsi Melek has taken on many other forms throughout time.

The Yezidis do not believe that the Peacock Angel is the Supreme God.
The Supreme God created him as an emanation at the beginning of time.
He was brought into manifestation in order to give the invisible, transcendental
Supreme God a vehicle with which to create and administer the universe.
Tawsi Melek is thus a tangible, denser form of the infinite Supreme God.
In order to assist Tawsi Melek in this important role, the Supreme Creator
also created six other Great Angels, who were, like the Peacock Angel,
emanations of the Supreme God and not separate from him.

When recounting the creation of all Seven Great Angels, the Yezidis often summarize
the emanation process as follows: Tawsi Melek was the first to emerge from the
Light of God in the form of a seven-rayed rainbow, which is a form he still today
continues to manifest within to them (usually as a rainbow around the Sun).
But the Yezidis also claim that Tawsi Melek and the six Great Angels are collectively
the seven colors of the rainbow. Therefore, the six Great Angels were originally part
of Tawsi Melek, the primal rainbow emanation, who bifurcated to become the rainbow’s
seven colors, which are collectively the Seven Great Angels.
Of the seven colors produced from the primal rainbow, Tawsi Melek became associated
with the color blue, because this is the color of the sky and the heavens, which is the
source of all colors.

Tawsi Melek was, therefore, both the first form of the Supreme God and one of the
Seven Great Angels, which is a cosmic heptad mentioned within many religious traditions.
The Jews, Christians, Persian, Egyptians all have their seven angels and creators.
In the Meshefê Re, the Yezidis “Black Book,” there is one passage that describes
the Seven Great Angels and associates their creation with the seven days of Creation.
The text first states that the Supreme God first created a pearl containing the substance or
substratum of the soon-to-be physical universe, ostensibly referring to the molten mass
preceding the “Big Bang” championed by modern physics.

The Yezidi text then maintains that for forty thousand years this pearl sat upon a
primal bird, which is quite possibly an incipient form of Tawsi Melek before he
divided into the Seven Great Angels. This pearl then exploded (or became dismantled)
to become the physical universe. Then, states the Meshefê Re, came the seven
days of creation:

“The first day which He (the Supreme God) created was Sunday.
On that day He created an angel whose name was 'Azra'il. This is Melekê Taus,
who is the greatest of all.
On Monday He created the Angel Darda'il, who is Shaikh Hasan.
On Tuesday He created the Angel Israfil, who is Shaikh Shams.
On Wednesday He created the Angel Mika'il, who is Shaikh Abu Bakr.
On Thursday He created the Angel Gibra'il, who is Sagad ad-Din.
On Friday He created the Angel Shimna'il, who is Nasir ad-Din.
On Saturday He created the Angel Nura'il, who is Yadin [Fakhr ad-Din].
And God made Melekê Taus the greatest of them.”

Ever since their primal creation the Seven Great Angels have been associated with
the day of the week they were created. Tawsi Melek’s day is Sunday, etc.
Once the Seven Great Angels were created the Earth was produced by them
out of the substratum of the original pearl. It remained barren and then suddenly
entered a phase of intense continual shaking, perhaps coinciding with the
violent earthquake and volcanic activity that was ubiquitous around the young Earth.
In order to calm the planetary quaking, the Supreme God sent the Peacock Angel to Earth
with orders to both sedate the Earth and endow it with multi-colored flora and fauna.

As Tawsi Melek descended into the physical dimension his seven-colored rainbow
self became manifest as a magnificent bird of seven colors, the peacock.
He then flew around the globe in order to bless every part of it, finally landing
in the area of what is now Lalish, the Yezidis most sacred part of Earth
located in northern Iraq. Here Tawsi Melek was able to calm the Earth while
simultaneously covering it with his peacock colors.

With the Earth in a more placid phase of its evolution the Great Angels
proceeded to their next creation, Adam. The first human was created by all the
Seven Great Angels, each of whom endowed him with a physical sense to experience life.
One gave him an ear, one a nose, one a mouth, etc. But the first human was a lifeless heap
without a soul, so Tawsi Melek transmitted the breath of life into him.

When Adam then rose to his feet, Tawsi Melek quickly swung him around so that he
was facing the Sun while informing him that there was something much greater than he
and that praying daily to the Sun as a form of the Supreme God would help him
to remember this truth. Tawsi Melek then verbalized the prayers that Adam
and his descendants around the globe were to repeat during their worship, and he
spoke them in 72 languages since Adam and Eve were destined to have 72 sons
and 72 daughters who would populate the 72 regions or countries of the Earth.

The Peacock Angel then informed Adam that if he and his descendants remained
steadfast in righteousness they would eventually see and know the
Supreme God personally. In the meantime, Tawsi Melek would be their
protector and teacher even while residing in another dimension.