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Stranger than STRANGER THINGS – Review of Realities in Netflix Series (2016) Season 1

from FaceLikeTheSun:

There are many breakdowns of the Netflix hit series, Stranger Things. This video is an examination into the possible realities that this science fiction horror series brought to the table. Is there something to human consciousness and its connection to physical reality? Is it part of God’s original design? How does bible prophecy relate to a show like Stranger Things? I examine such questions and more.

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2 comments to Stranger than STRANGER THINGS – Review of Realities in Netflix Series (2016) Season 1

  • Mr Cause

    When Jesus spoke of The Temple, when He was being judged, He was referring to His Body. He said He would raise it in three days. Satan still wants you to believe it is some holy building.

    Matthew 24:15 (NASB)

    15 “Therefore when you see the abomination of desolation which was spoken of through Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place (let the reader understand),

    A Cristian should realize, this Holy Place is not some building. It is literally within you. Satan is going to enter you. Just wait until everything goes to shit. Then you will know what I mean.

    Mr C

    • Craig Escaped Detroit

      @Mr Cause,
      +999. I agree 110%. The “holy temple” is within ourselves and not any man-made building as so many believe. The man made buildings etc, only (sometimes) serve the purpose as an external, visible model of the temple-complex that resides within us.

      Going to the physical building, should only serve as a tool to help people focus their hearts and minds to the holy place within us. And the gathering of people to do this together just helps to reinforce that focus.

      Pondering about “what is God”, etc, gets really deep, and always seems to have confused mankind since our very beginnings. From the evidences that seem to exist, I am more and more inclined to think that the Star-Wars Jedi religion got things more accurate than any “religion” on earth. God existing not as a mind or being as we always believed, but actually being a “creative force & energy” that is the nature of everything, and the universal laws (such as karma, love, balance, etc). Entities such as ourselves, all the way up to the level of Jesus (who evolved himself to reach the level of “Christ-hood”) who was able to connect with and CHANNEL “The Force” we conveniently-simplistically call “God”.

      We were told, promised that the “Christ” could enter inside each of us (or rather, we could grow to an advanced spiritual state that we self-illuminate until we become Christ in our own being. I was kind of blown away when I read some short condensed explanations of what the “Jedi religion” believes. You may find their ideas of everything uplifting, etc.

      from one website about Jedi=
      The Creed

      I am a Jedi, an instrument of peace;

      Where there is hatred I shall bring love;
      Where there is injury, pardon;
      Where there is doubt, faith;
      Where there is despair, hope;
      Where there is darkness, light;
      And where there is sadness, joy.

      I am a Jedi.

      I shall never seek so much to be consoled as to console;
      To be understood as to understand;
      To be loved as to love;
      For it is in giving that we receive;
      It is in pardoning that we are pardoned;
      And it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.

      The Force is with me always, for I am a Jedi.
      It’s looking less “made up” and perhaps more likely that some peaceful hearts looked deep within and came closer to the inner temple and gave a pretty good description of what they found, and to prevent people from trying to box it up as this or that religion, they called it Jedi & The Force. it sounds like Jesus became a full Jedi, eh?

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