Comments on The Talmud of Jmmanuel - Laws and Proverbs
God is really known in the New Time as Arahat Athersata "The Precious One Who Contemplates The Times." This is who Jmmanuel is referring to about the laws and directives and commandments.
--Bigfoot 06:13, 25 October 2010 (BST)
i'm very concerned about the constant reference to god and "his" laws which he gave us, in this chapter, since i know there is no god, after what i've learned from billy and the plejaren, i believe this has been corrupted some how, i just wanted to know why this hasn't been corrected as this could leave newcomers in a state of confusion.
--Philip c 17:31, 13 December 2011 (UTC)
Right, ok thanks bigfoot, it just seems confusing to read, and people who are new to the material might be as confused as me, i think maybe it could be worded to fit these modern times, as god is instantly linked with religion.
--Philip c 17:47, 13 December 2011 (UTC)
I believe the laws and recommendations might be a way to organize the many different regions or universes that exist. I find it that the laws are very specific meaning those are the ones that we have to carefully work on to expand to further more wide open thinking times and space. :) It seems people will be worshipping statues for a while still but they will in a long time realize what a hoax it was. It could possibly be proven with tech far in the future of it's falsehood but we are not yet able to use our current tech in a peaceful manner so I guess we will have to logically figure it out ourselves.
--Markvd 20:34, 13 December 2011 (UTC)