Being Born Again versus Being Saved – My theory behind this twisted religious deception

Being Born Again versus Being Saved – My theory behind this twisted religious deception

Flat earth pales in comparison to another deception that I believe we have been indoctrinated with.

You need to read the apocrypha texts using the same open mind that brought you to the flat earth awareness…including the reading of the enki & Sumerian texts along with the book of the cave of treasure with adam/adamu and Eve.

The Sumerian “Adamu” predates the Council of Niacin’s biblical “Adam” by 450,000 years.

If you know me, then you know I enjoy nothing more than questioning the religious establishment.

Ehhh…I shiver just thinking about joining the local tithe-giving flock of sheep.

Let’s get this thing rolling…

Our bodies are appointed to pass away only once, then we are born again into a new body.

John 3:3

“Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.”

Luke 17:21

“Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.”

It really is that simple. Be born, see the kingdom of God, pass away, born again, see the kingdom of God again, pass away again, be born again, etc…

Now…how many times that happens for each of us is anyone’s guess. Since the kingdom of God is within us, I am now wondering if the kingdom of God is projected somehow into our own individual reality and shared collectively.

Also known as the Collective Consciousness.

If so, then It corroborates with the book of Thomas.

Hebrews 11:3

“Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.”

My current stance on the usage of the words “worlds,” “seen,” and “appears” here refers to our inner realities/kingdom of God that appear/are projected aka “seen” and then we share our projected worlds collectively. Either that, or we/ourselves/our bodies are those worlds. Though currently I am leaning towards the former.

And… I will be the one to say it…

Being “born again” has nothing to do with “being saved.”

Romans 10:9-11

“9 That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.
10 For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.
11 For the scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed.”

Saved from what?

Shall not be ashamed of what?

I am theorizing that… we are each born again and again and again, etc…and to be set free from that real circle of life we need to be saved from it. And once we are saved and enter into paradise again we will no longer be ashamed from our previous rebellion that led to us being sent to the earth in the first place.

Odds are, your local 503c pastor will try and convince you into thinking your spirit is recreated some magical sort of way after you repeat their mantra. Known to many sheeple as a “spiritual rebirth.”

What if “spiritual rebirth” is when your spirit is placed inside of a new body…aka being born again.

I am still trying to find those words “spiritual rebirth” in any bible.

And you’ll never hear a banker in a tithe house tell you that Adam and Eve both died numerous times and were “born again” into new bodies after each time they died.


The Book of the Cave of Treasures
The Books of Adam and Eve

For the love of God’s green flat earth, why would we need to repeat a mantra in a tithe house in order to return to paradise?

Why wouldn’t our spirits already be “one” with the spirit who created all spirits?

What I am saying is…

There is no “rebirth” until you pass away and are born again…and again, and again.

Your spirit is taken out of your body and placed inside of another body. With much of your memory of your previous life/lives being erased.

What if we are not a “new creation” until we are born again…and again, and again, etc…

What if we need to be saved from being born again?

I think being saved and being born again are two totally separate events.

The only thing that has combined those two are religious traditions.

When Jesus said we must be born again…to me that means we must be born again!…and again, and again, etc…

And we need to be saved from that circle of life.

The religious nuts have been had. We are all…just like we have been and will be…born again…nothing new is under the sun.

I’m not convinced 100% myself…yet!…though I am close to that point.

More study on this possibly grandest deception is definitely needed.

You have to remember…”We were only lied to about the shape of the Earth”…said no truther ever.

Think on this for a moment.

What if our dreams are our past life memories?

When we sleep, are we “dreaming” or are we “remembering?”

Oh, and for the kicker…

I still remember some of my previous lives.

Happy Thinking!

*All Scripture is taken from the King James Version(KJV) of the Bible