Keepers were the Jedi of the Ancient World.

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Post by Hierophant on 12.09.11 4:52

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They know they are causing mass suffering (bankers etc...). But they don't care. It is selfish and lack integrity.
Moral relativism doesn't really exist, sorry to say.

Yeah I agree. I think it's not so much a goal of evil, as simply selfish impulses that end up causing trouble for communities.

I think the most successful rulers are judged by the prosperity of the least of their subjects. The ones that have always had the greatest disparity of wealth have ultimately been overthrown.

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Post by Jonathan on 12.09.11 6:42

I agree with iMaven and Hierophant about the lack of integrity and morality from many people today, particularly rulers and governments. But I entirely disagree that light is about bringing joy and darkness is about bringing suffering. I see light and darkness as spiritual concepts, connected with duality. To me, they have nothing to do with practicing good or evil. That's why I believe most people don't understand darkness the way the Asetians put it. It was never about practicing evil or bringing suffering, but rather about hidden knowledge and enlightening.
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Post by Hierophant on 12.09.11 6:45

Jonathan wrote:To me, they have nothing to do with practicing good or evil. That's why I believe most people don't understand darkness the way the Asetians put it. It was never about practicing evil or bringing suffering, but rather about hidden knowledge and enlightening.

Yes, I'm exploring these concepts this year. Away from the Christian paradigm.

It's almost 'taboo' to not associate darkness with evil.

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Post by Jonathan on 12.09.11 6:49

I know what you mean. Many of us have been through such phases, it's almost like detox. lol
To understand most concepts found in Asetianism you do need to avoid the Christian paradigm at all costs, otherwise you will entirely misinterpret them and end up seeing Asetians as terrible evil monsters. Many people do, but that is their ignorance. Asetianism, as well as their message, is about balance and most of all about wisdom through self-discovery.
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Post by iMaven on 12.09.11 6:59

Hierophant wrote:
Jonathan wrote:To me, they have nothing to do with practicing good or evil. That's why I believe most people don't understand darkness the way the Asetians put it. It was never about practicing evil or bringing suffering, but rather about hidden knowledge and enlightening.

Yes, I'm exploring these concepts this year. Away from the Christian paradigm.

It's almost 'taboo' to not associate darkness with evil.
eh i shouldn't have said "dark or light" then.
i mean evil or good intentions. bringing joy or suffering to others.
i guess that doesn't necessarily align with "light" or "dark".

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Post by Jonathan on 12.09.11 7:01

Yes, now I agree. Smile
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Post by ChristinCP on 01.09.12 18:57

Maktub wrote:

...Keepers in the old days used to be organized into the Council of Anubis. A secretive sect inside the Aset Ka structure responsible for the organization of the Keepers lineage and society, their formation and guidance, as long as to properly answer to the demands of the Asetian Empire when it came to the services of the Children of Anubis.

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Is there another way to say the above bolded region? I think the syntax is tripping me up and I can't wrap my head around it...


Maktub wrote:
...as the Imperial Guard. Those were the real elite forces from the Order, and their secret services. The Imperial Guard was the most feared and devastating metaphysical force, as well as physical army, to ever put their feet on this Earth.
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This was the first sect of the Aset Ka that I really felt a pull toward, and then I think about Anubis' army in the Mummy movie. I really liked all of the Mummy movies.

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Still, Keepers are highly honorable beings, ultimately loyal to the Asetians and very feared among many sects of the underground. They are effective and wise. And their ethereal ways may remind us those of the Jedis.

I am curious to more people's opinions on this. It is a weird, but still interesting debate, if taken with maturity and an open mind.
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I'd like to talk more about this as well. I don't think anyone's brought up the Orion Wars yet or maybe I just missed it. I've tried to find information on them, but it's a little hard. You may already know that Star Wars was based on the Orion Wars. I know I have a strong connection with Orion as I'm sure many others here do as well.
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Post by Neptunes son on 24.09.12 16:06

Hellen wrote:
It looks like stealth and silent knowledge existing in everything , or permeating everything , not only in the actual times but also in the past .I am curious how do you feel about this ? Is it conscious information from the authors ? Channeled information ? Intentional ?Simple coincidence ?
I would like to know your thoughts about this .

My dad would say it's global consciousness. When you read something from an author his consciousness resides within that book, not everyone will receive it but it's accessible. Think of the Judeo-christian-islamic god described as omniscient, a personified akashic record. It would make sense the one knowing everything and fully realized of his own will, with a perfect memory/all knowledge known at every moment rather, to be also the omnipotent. If he weren't he would be the most frustrated by fate/anothers will.
Imagine having this, would your personality be wiped?

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