Sunday, May 14, 2017

Plato's Allegory of the Cave and the Gospel of John

Watch the video below to learn more about Barabbas.
But first, read what I have written...

"Look, I am coming like a thief"-Revelation 16:15

The prisoner in Plato's Allegory of the Cave in the Republic is being freed to see the light or the truth. God is associated with light, truth, love, and beauty (the golden ratio or proportion) in the Gospel of John. See herehere and here for three excellent short videos, and here for the Wikipedia description.

Jesus (God) is taking the place of a political insurrectionist, (Jesus Barabbas.) Jesus Barabbas is the left-handed mirror image that is a new David or Solomon taking the place of the right hand. Think of DaVinci left-handed mirror writing, (which is much more associated with the left hand and the right side of the brain.) He is Michael the great Prince.

Now, people have to realize movies like Elysium and V for Vendetta are related to this. Both of these movies are about political revolutionaries. Both of the lead heroes are political insurrectionists or bandits. One has a chip in his brain and has been wounded from radiation poisoning. He is like the Sun itself, radiating and bright, he is the light of God. The other has been wounded from cruel human experimentation. Both of these are connected to the Son of Man and the Fisher KingThis is where the tale of Robin Hood and King Arthur connect to the Bible and the Knights Templar

A big part of the Fisher King narrative is the wounded King. Jesus and Simon Peter are both wounded in the gospel of John. (Jesus tells Simon Peter he will be crucified like Christ and Jesus gives the bread to Judas, the bread is the body of Christ.) Simon Peter and Judas are a part of the Barabbas narrative in the Gospel of John. Judas is the son of Simon Peter in the Gospel of John and becomes his father. He is the restored thief or the Penitent Thief in Christian terms. Barabbas literally means "son of the father!" Jesus Barabbas is a mirror image of Jesus Christ. The father's in the son, the son is in the father.  Jesus is God, while Simon Peter and his son in the gospel of John, (this is Judas Iscariot, and he is "reborn" into Judas not Iscariot,) is the connection to the next Solomon or David like in the book of Psalms or Proverbs. (Once again, you see the son and the father reflection. See here for more about this.) He is a Son of God. He is Sol Invictus. He is like Spartacus. He is a political revolutionary.


Struggle is the perpetual food of the soul, and it knows well
enough how to exact the sweetness from it.
 - Gesammmelte Werke 


In the gospel of John, Jesus lets his followers know his message and he says that he will send another messenger. This messenger is the other side of him, his mirror image or twin named Jesus Barabbas. His name is a Hellenization of the Aramaic bar abba בר אבא, literally "son of the father" or "Jesus, son of the Father.") 

This is why he says this in the Gospel of John:

"However, I am telling you the truth: It’s good for you that I’m going away. If I don’t go away, the helper won’t come to you. But if I go, I will send him to you. He will come to convict the world of sin, to show the world what has God’s approval, and to convince the world that God judges it. He will convict the world of sin, because people don’t believe in me.  He will show the world what has God’s approval, because I’m going to the Father and you won’t see me anymore. He will convince the world that God judges it, because the ruler of this world has been judged." - John 16:7

And this: 

"When the Spirit of Truth comes, he will guide you into the full truth. He won’t speak on his own. He will speak what he hears and will tell you about things to come. He will give me glory, because he will tell you what I say. Everything the Father says is also what I say. That is why I said, ‘He will take what I say and tell it to you." - John 16:13

In other words, Jesus presented his message to the so-called Jews and everyone else. He is now sending another to judge, and as he says,  the ruler of this world has been judged and that is the so-called Jews. The Greek word translated from the Koine Greek that John's gospel was written in is "parakletos" and is most often translated "Comforter," but a better translation would be "Counselor" or "Advocate," as in a legal sense. In other words, he is sending a judge, like Saint Michael with his scales.

This is interesting because he's doing the same thing for Barabbas that he has done for everyone else. Jesus is giving his life for humanity, including Barabbas. Barabbas is just like one of us. God, (the right hand) who Jesus is more in the gospel of John than any other gospel, is taking the place of his mirror image or his doubting twin, (the left hand,) the fallen son of the father, or son of man, like Adam and Cain (father and son) fell from the garden of Eden.

It is Mary or Eve or Philosophy, (the rib of Adam's side,) that leads to the fall of man. Is it not interesting that the spear that pierces the side of Christ in the Gospel of John is also one of the meanings of the name Cain? This snuffs out the spirit, which is what the name Abel means. Abel is the son of Adam which means earthling. It is related to technology and philosophy. Eve and Mary are philosophy which leads to science and wrongly practiced ideology and technocracy. God comes to bring philosophy back under his wing like when Solomon can only get his wisdom (love of Sophia or Philosophy) from God.



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