Doctrine of Two Spirits
(a.k.a. The Two Ways & Two Tables of Stone)
The context and meaning of many ancient texts and concepts have long been confounded and thereby lost on those deceived and/or deluded by the assertions of religious leaders, founders, and others. Over the millennia, ancient wisdom was purposely recast and obfuscated into religion and mysticism to serve the greed and ambitions of monetary, political, and religious leaders who sought to hide pivotal knowledge from subjects and enemies alike. Consequently, the interpretations presented about the sources and meaning of these texts and the philosophy and cosmology of ancient Hebrew sages is completely wrong. Before you scoff and write me off, you should understand that I speak from personal knowledge and experience and have published overwhelming proof of these assertions.
The "Doctrine of Two Spirits" is the refinement of pivotal ancient wisdom that is the basis for truly understanding morality, dualism, and karma. It is likewise the refinement of the precept from the Dead Sea Scrolls “Community Rule” defining human character and behaviors and the foundations of ancient wisdom symbology. The Two Spirits (ways, paths, inspirations) symbolize Good and Evil. Each is further divided into seven sub-spirits (qualities and behaviors). This maxim unequivocally reveals the Creator’s true nature and Her “judgments” of humanity prophesied to be delivered by Melchizedek.
The Spirit of Good (Life) Seven Spirits (Inspirations) of God Positive Motivations
The Path of Truth and Justice - (Righteousness and Perfection)
The Spirit of Evil (Anti-Life) Seven Inclinations of Iniquity Negative Urges
The Path of Greed, Falsehood and Injustice - (Vanity and Error)
This enumerates the long sought-after rules for karma by clearly describing the deeds and results that cause good and bad karma. It is likewise the core wisdom and foundational framework of the long-lost Philosophers' Stone; that body of ancient symbology that models, encapsulates, and encodes long-hidden and mostly misunderstood ancient wisdom. Of these "Two Tables of Stone," the Spirit of Good, a.k.a. the Seven Spirits of God, enumerates the mindset and character of the ancient saints and sages and is likewise referred to as the Philosophers' Stone. It is also the foundation, kernel, and cornerstone of wisdom about our existence in this universe by which individuals and groups can wisely succeed at establishing a true paradise for all. It is the “perfect path” that leads to the symbolic mountain tops regularly alluded to throughout the ancient wisdom narratives of many cultures and traditions. Consequently, this is the symbolized path that puts one atop “Mount Zion” and "within" the “clouds.”
The only publicly available ancient source where the foundation for the symbolism of the "Doctrine of Two Spirits" is clearly described is the Dead Sea Scrolls’ "Community Rule." There are several North African and “Eastern” sources that come close to enumerating similar doctrine. When one strips away the accumulated embellishments and errors of the Egyptian religion and its pantheon, as was done by Moses, the basic principles enumerated by the dualism of Ma'at and Isfet, along with other pivotal aspects of Egyptian philosophy and symbology, are closely related to foundational Hebrew and Persian (Zoroastrian) wisdom and symbology. An early Christian document called the Didache was also clearly derived from the earlier "Community Rule," and includes a narrative on the "two ways" which is strikingly similar to the earlier Doctrine of Two Spirits and directly matches the title of another Dead Sea Scroll.
Unlike the New Testament’s deceptive and supernatural spin, the symbolism of "spirit" was used to denote the essence of moral character (marks and the works of ones hands), qualities and behaviors and to define a "path" or "way" through life, hence the "two ways" of the Didache and Dead Sea Scrolls. Furthermore, qualities such as truth, falsehood, justice, injustice, humility, patience, charity, goodness, understanding, intelligence and others are unequivocally described as spirits, in stark and utter contrast to its deceptive use throughout the New Testament.
The Doctrine of Two Spirits and the truthful understanding of the ancient symbolism evidenced and obfuscated throughout the canons of all three faiths of Abraham also disproves the stories about the source of the Ten Commandments. The original texts were symbolic wisdom narratives that were later modified and embellished by religious leaders. The Ten Commandments are not wisdom from the Creator, but instead are self-serving rules adapted from Babylonian sources. That is why they are symbolized as Ten Horns (authoritative rules) emanating from the heads (mindsets) of the Great Red Dragon (Babylonian inspired false god/idol). Accordingly, the Seven Horns symbolized emanating from the head of the "Lamb" (me) are the Seven Spirits of God, as shown above.
Pay very close attention to the wide use of the number seven in the Apocalypse (Book of Revelation) and other key Hebrew texts and contrast it to the association of the number ten with beasts and dragons. Below are some pivotal and instructive examples.
Revelation 5:6 (reconstructed)
Revelation 12:3 (reconstructed)
Revelation 17:3 (reconstructed)
Also see verses 17:7, 12, and 16. These are concentrated in chapter 17 to match the 17th cycle of the Hebrew calendar, which began in 2000-2001 (year 5761). Also notice the chapter number of the verses from the Book of Daniel is 7.
This understanding is the key to solving many long-term mysteries surrounding Judeo-Christian-Islamic texts and history.
Download and read Chapter 4 for much more detail and take the time to decipher these and other verses using Chapters 6 and 7. Be prepared to be shocked and amazed.