Is the knowledge of good and evil, good or evil?

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Re: Is the knowledge of good and evil, good or evil?

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Greatest I am wrote: Fri Jun 26, 2020 6:39 pm You are using the word fault like what occurred was evil.
Try: you are reading the word fault like what occurred was evil.

I do not employ the dichotomy of so-called good and evil if/when inquiring
about anyone or anything, real and/or hypothetical - as this is the very dichotomy
that is admonished of re: Genesis 2:17 - to eat from such a single tree
causes death over death.

This is reflected in/as "believer vs. unbeliever" as it certainly takes
a "believer" to ever "believe" to know such universal roots/absolutes
as good and evil and get them the wrong-way-around: to "believe" evil is good
first requires the element of "belief" and the same is true when Adam
could not account for his own actions such to choose to blame the woman.

This relates to the hijab/niqab/burqa in "belief"-based ideologies
whose presence satisfies the sentiment "truth in plain sight" as
it would take a "believer" to "believe" otherwise.
Greatest I am wrote: Fri Jun 26, 2020 6:39 pm Christians sing, and as their dogma says, without sin, Yahweh's plan would be derailed.
It sounds comforting, doesn't it? Unfortunately the reality is much different:
each is to account for their own action(s) and no Christian can given
they accept a human sacrifice as atonement for what they "believe"
are their own sins (such to seek forgiveness).

"Belief"-based ideologies are cesspools of ridding guilt, as
Adam did the same when he failed to account for his own actions.

"Blame the woman" is what he (and his fallen progeny) do:
blame the woman, blame the woman, blame the woman.
Next: blame the "Jews", blame the "Christians", blame the "atheists",
the "infidels", the U.S., the West... and anyone and everything
that is not "belief"-based male central figure worship.

Say hello to Nazism: Muhammad and Hitler have much in common,
not the least of which is committing genocide against "Jews" meanwhile
who are the real book-worshiping "Jews" who divide the world on the basis
of "believer vs. unbeliever"? It can only be: the "believers", the same "Jews"
they pathologically scapegoat their own crimes against humanity onto.
Greatest I am wrote: Fri Jun 26, 2020 6:39 pm Sin is a good thing, which lines up with the Jewish take of Eden being where man was elevated because he furthered god's plan.
One should first start with the veracity of the text itself and where it (actually) came from
prior to what a "Jewish" take would be, as the book-worshiping "Jews" worship books
and not any spirit of the letter which transcends. It has always been so, however
the book-worshiping "Jews" have to hide behind/as other ideologies every
few thousand years. It is the same people - only one root of Nazism.
Greatest I am wrote: Fri Jun 26, 2020 6:39 pm Adam and Eve are to be praised. Not vilified.
Their actions are to be consciously acknowledged: they could not account for their own actions.
This is what causes one to "fall" such to "believe" others are at fault for a condition(s) of the one.
This is all playing out globally as the Left scapegoating their own crimes against humanity onto the Right
and having the Left "BELIEVE" it is the other way around.

It takes a "believer" to "believe" the opposite of what is true.
It is how the book-worshiping Jews fight their wars:
"us vs. them!" "believer vs. unbeliever".
Greatest I am wrote: Fri Jun 26, 2020 6:39 pm If the cast in the yarn that is scriptures cannot be seen as hero's, then all, including god are seen as losers.
Only the "believers" are the losers - they know not from which tree they even eat.

It is actually inside the math - if god exists, it must know it is there.

√5 = √(√1+2√4)

This is a mapping of a pentagram: √1 from the top produces two valid roots +1 and -1, the "legs" of the pentagram.
The 2√4 represent those same two directions, in relation to two related "arms" of the pentagram. This is the Α∞Ω
which is a null binary ± (in relation to the √ operation producing ± solutions), the beg∞end thus are as null roots.

One can set these beg∞end roots to the two Edenic trees such to solve for the "orientation" to/from Eden given
the conjugate binary operator all∞not in relation {to know}∞{to believe} satisfies an all-knowing condition:
{to know all not to believe}
however this is only as effective as any/all degree(s) to which one "believes" themselves to be something they are not.
Greatest I am wrote: Fri Jun 26, 2020 6:39 pm That is not good for adult fairy tales.
They actually began as structural geometric forms however did evolve into fairy tales.
The Hebrew language is composed of one shape when viewed from 22 different perspectives, thus
the so-called books of Moses are employing the use of this form and communicating the structure
of the physical/metaphysical universe. However, hardly anyone can/would appreciate what is there.
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Re: Is the knowledge of good and evil, good or evil?

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"One should first start with the veracity of the text itself"

While recognizing that veracity and myth do not really go together.

There is no real veracity in a myth that has been translated, altered and plagiarized over so many years and changes.

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