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DID GOD THE FATHER GIVE BIRTH?
Where are the origins for the belief that there was only one God who is a literal Father of all things?
"Holy is God, whose will is performed and accomplished by His own powers which He hath given birth to out of Himself." The Secret Teachings of All Ages, p XL, by Manly P. Hall--33rd Degree Mason (Hall is quoting Hermes who is the founder of the spiritualistic Mysteries of Babylon).
"'...[God] can unfold His essence in a variety of existences, which, while they are His creatures as to their origin, are parts of His essence as to their contents." Dictionary of All Scriptures and Myths, by G.A. Gaskell, p 317.
So the belief that this one God, became a Father or parent by giving birth out of His own person to other parts of His essence, is strictly a teaching originating from the spiritualistic mysteries of Babylon.
Who else believes this spiritualistic Trinity belief that the one God gave birth out of Himself to other parts of His essence?
"...the One [God] is the term most suitable for defining the Absolute, since the whole precedes the parts..." The Secret Teachings of All Ages, p XV, by Manly P. Hall--33rd Degree Mason.
"...God as the infinite Parent of all..." Morals and Dogma, p 715, by Albert Pike--33rd Degree Mason.
Now what parts does the spiritualistic mysteries of Babylon teach that this one God gave birth to out of Himself and shares His essence with?
"Son of God, First-Born...the Second Logos or Higher Self,--the first emanation from the Father, the Absolute, or the First Logos." Dictionary of All Scriptures and Myths, by G.A. Gaskell, p 702 (this dictionary uses the philosophic sacredly held writings of all religions such as Zoroaster, Philo, Swedenborg, Buddha, Hermes, the Qabbalah, etc., in order to derive the definitions--hence the definitions given are mystical and spiritualistic).
"The eternal Birth or generation of the Son or Divine Word....
"From our proper Source, that is to say, from the Father and all that which lives in Him, there shines,' says Ruysbroeck, 'an eternal Ray, the which is the Birth of the Son....We are celebrating the feast of the Eternal Birth which God the Father has borne..." Mysticism, p 146, by E. Underhill.
"In the heart of the Trinity [or One God] the Creator laughs and gives birth to the child." Meister Eckhart quoted in The Coming of the Cosmic Christ, p 218-219, by Matthew Fox.
So the Mysteries of Babylon teaches the spiritualistic doctrine, which is connected with the Trinity belief, that this one God as a Father, sometime in eternity, literally gave birth, or bore, or produced, or reproduced, or cloned, or split off, etc. a Son out of Himself who shares in His essence.
This spiritualistic belief that Christ was literally birthed or born out of the Father, is the foundational basis for the belief in dualism--that God must also have female capabilities in order to give birth. That is why mystics, spiritualists and occultists believe and teach that the universe is governed by yin-yang, positive-negative, light-darkness; that God is both father and mother in one being; that both good and evil, truth and error, must exist in order for the universe to survive in balance which is needed for man to achieve God-hood.
Now who else, do you suppose, holds to this spiritualistic Babylon mystery religion–that this one Father-God literally gave birth to His son?
The Roman Catholic Church
“The Son proceeds from the Father by generation (and generation means the process of begetting offspring, reproduction, or giving birth to)...” The Convert’s Catechism of Catholic Doctrine, p 31 by Peter Geiermann, C.SS.R., Imprimatur - September 16, 1957.
For anyone to believe that at some time in eternity, this One Father-God literally gave birth to, or generated, reproduced, produced, cloned, created, split off etc., a Son out of His own Being, is believing in the Trinity doctrine of Catholicism which is founded upon the mysteries of Babylon! So whether these individuals or churches will admit this fact, or choose to ignore it altogether, they are not believing in or teaching Bible truth, but are involved in believing and teaching the spiritualistic lies from the devil himself upon which are based all of the Mysteries of the religion of Babylon.
“Can two walk together, except they be agreed?” Amos 3:3.