Basis for the Story
Before you read this, consider what the image of God is from the words of the Bible, "both male and female." From this, consider that Adam is in this image of God when created in Genesis 1. The image is then divided in Genesis 2 (bloodshed of the Lamb from the foundation) so that all of mankind comes through Eve, symbol for the Spirit of God (Feminine). Ruach Elohim is the Spirit (Breath) of God in Genesis 1, set aside for the law of sin and death to occur. Once Eve is refined from Eve to Mary, what is the power given to the Son of Man, allowing Mary to give birth to the last Adam (again walking with the Father)? The Father's Holy Spirit is again given to Adam (see the turban in Zechariah 3), allowing sin and death to be set aside (by Love). Once complete, the full knowledge of good and evil is understood from the events from Genesis to Revelation.
In other words, what does Adam gain back as a man baptized into a body? His image and holy spirit. Both male and female. In other words, Mary is Eve refined from Genesis to Revelation. The restoration of the fallen one is this story of the Lord and his Father, which you may now just be seeing for the first time as your own story. How does one gain wisdom from the Eastern view? With a consort. Creation with a consort allows wisdom from experience. This is the Gnostic story of Sophia as a secondary reflection. In Buddhism, all wisdom is the gained feminine consort. Shakti is the Great Mother.
Shakti (Sanskrit pronunciation: [ˈʃʌktɪ]) (Devanagari: शक्ति; from Sanskrit shak, "to be able"), meaning "Power" or "empowerment," is the primordial cosmic energy and represents the dynamic forces that are thought to move through the entire universe in Hinduism.
Without a Holy Spirit, the law of sin and death is the accuser of sin bringing death. Once healed, mercy and grace add the Aleph back into the first family. Death is overcome. See my books for the Hebrew word Truth (Aleph Mem Tav) and the Hebrew word Death (Mem Tav). The following is why this matters to the definition of Satan as the Lord's lower nature refined.
How is Satan related to the Lord?
The root of the trouble lies in him (see Ezekiel 28 and Job 19)
To see the connection between the devil and Christ, please read the previous article before beginning, remembering that Yahweh is ONE: LINK
Remember one thing as you read: Judgment is accusation. Satan is the accuser. Rather than judge the Lord, find the truth of the Lord in yourself. How do you overcome the world? By forgiving. This is the only thorn in your side. Once known, you cannot unknow. Consider carefully what you are about to read concerning the accuser of Man.
Purpose of God (TAV)
As you will come to find, Satan is the purpose of God's work in mankind to bring the fallen into the world to come. As it turns out, your true essence has always been with God. See my books for more on this topic of the Wandering Sheep of Matthew 18.
Who is Satan?
The snake was more clever (Arum) than all the wild animals Yahweh Elohim had made.
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Samech (SIN) - "The circular form of the samech symbolizes the fundamental truth reflected at all levels of Torah and reality: “their end is enwedged in their beginning and their beginning in their end.” This realization and awareness of inherent unity between beginning and end, which, when comprehended in depth, implies equanimity at all stages of “the endless cycle,” is in fact the manifestation of God’s Transcendent Light (sovev kol almin), which encompasses equally every point of reality. This ever-present Transcendent Light is referred to as “He is equal and equalizes small and large.” In our service of God, this implies that in relation to worldly phenomena, all things should be related to and accepted equally. This is the attribute of equanimity as taught by the Ba’al Shem Tov, in interpretation of the verse: “I place [shiviti, from the root shaveh, ‘equal’] God before me always.”
While at outer levels of consciousness one should remain unaffected by the transient events of this world, at deeper inner levels of consciousness, relating to Souls and Divinity, one should continuously be in a state of aspiration to achieve higher and higher levels of clinging to God and realizing His Will in Creation through Torah and mitzvot.
In Chassidut we are taught that the saying of the Sages: “Who is wealthy? He who is happy with his portion” pertains only to worldly possessions, whereas with regard to spiritual matters we should never be satisfied with our present acquisitions but ever strive to obtain more. Nonetheless, as our inner striving takes place within the general context of external equanimity, it also proceeds as a circle, a spiral, in dynamic, ever-ascending motion. Thus an inner, dynamic circle exists within an outer, static circle. This is the secret of the phrase in the vision of Ezekiel: “the wheel within the wheel.”
"As mentioned in our discussion of the letter nun, the samech, which means “to support,” is the Divine power to support and lift up “the fallen one.” One verse reads: “she has fallen and shall not rise, the virgin of Israel.” A second verse reads: “as I have fallen, so surely shall I rise.” The first verse can be understood as referring to the service of the outer, static circle, the attribute of true equanimity in relation to all worldly phenomena. One can fall to the very “lowest energy level” of physical reality, unable to raise himself, and be totally reliant on the loving kindness of Divine Providence to sustain him. The second verse, implying inner, active, motivation to rise, though surely dependent upon Divine support and aid, can be understood as referring to the service of the inner, dynamic circle of spiritual aspiration."
As is the case for any two concentric circles, the bottom of the outer circle descends below that of the inner circle, yet its upper portion is higher in origin than that of the inner circle. This in itself is the ultimate manifestation of “the end” being enwedged in “the beginning.” “The end” here refers to the service of the outer circle itself. “The beginning” refers to the ultimate objective of the inner circle, the revelation below, in Worlds, of God’s very Essence, latently present in the simple faith inherent in the worldly service of equanimity.
Tet - "The tet is the initial letter of the word tov, “good.” The form of the tet is “inverted,” thus symbolizing hidden, inverted good–as expressed in the Zohar: “its good is hidden within it.” The form of the letter chet symbolizes the union of groom and bride consummating with conception. The secret of the tet (numerically equivalent to nine, the nine months of pregnancy) is the power of the mother to carry her inner, concealed good – the fetus – throughout the period of pregnancy."
Nun - "In Aramaic, nun means “fish.” The mem, the waters of the sea, is the natural medium of the nun, fish. The nun “swims” in the mem, covered by the waters of the “hidden world.” Creatures of the “hidden world” lack self-consciousness. Unlike fish, land animals, revealed on the face of the earth, possess self-consciousness.
The souls of Israel divide into two general categories, symbolized by fish and land animals. The two prototypes of these categories are the leviathan and the behemot. In the present, these two categories of souls correspond to the two innate tendencies and attractions of the soul, to either the concealed and secret or revealed and legal dimensions of Torah. In the future, the two prototypes, leviathan and behemot, will unite in battle, each “killing” the “ego” of the other, thereafter to blend together in true union. Their “meat” will then be served as the feast for the tzadikim in the World to Come. The souls of the tzadikim will actually consume the very root of consciousness of our present level of soul, in order to integrate (“digest”) it into a totally new and higher level of consciousness.[Compare this to our own simulations and versions of software. In Hebrews 9, this simulation and revision is given away by this verse:
“Leviathan” equals in gematria malchut, (“kingdom,” 496). In Kabbalah, malchut, in the world of Divine Emanation, is represented by the sea, whose tides are controlled by the power of the moon, the symbol of King David (upon seeing the new moon we say, “David the king of Israel is alive forever”). When malchut descends to enliven the lower worlds it is symbolized by the earth. Thus, the leviathan is the symbol of the Divine Source of “kingdom.” In Hebrew, nunmeans “kingdom,” and in particular, the “heir to the throne.”
The “nun” is the fourteenth letter of the alef-beit, which equals “David,” the progenitor of the eternal Kingdom of Israel. The heir to David is Mashiach ben David, of whom is said: “As long as the duration of the sun his name shall rule.” Our Sages teach us that one of the names of Mashiach is Yinon (“shall rule”), cognate to nun. Mashiach is also referred to as “the miscarriage,” or, literally, the “fallen one.” As we will learn in the secret of the letter samech, the nun does not appear in Psalm 145, but is supported by God’s transcendent mercy, as expressed by the following letter, samech.
In general, nun corresponds in Torah to the image of falling. The soul of Mashiach experiences itself as continuously falling and dying; if not for the ever-present Hand of God “catching” it, it would crash to the ground and shatter to death. The consciousness of fall is the reflection of the egoless state of the fish, in its natural medium of water, when forced to reveal itself on dry land. This is like the experience of a hidden tzadik when forced from Above to reveal himself for the good of Israel and the world. We find this exemplified in the life and teachings of the Ba’al Shem Tov, and so will be epitomized in the life Qof Mashiach. Ultimately, the “destiny” of Mashiach and his generation is to assume the level of sea on earth, to experience, paradoxically, selfless-self-consciousness, as said in the verse of Isaiah with which Maimonides concludes his Code of Jewish Law (whose final section, “The Laws of Kings,” culminates with the description of the coming of Mashiach): “for the earth will be filled with the knowledge of God, like waters cover the sea.”
Quote from Link 2: "“Rabbi Naḥman said to Rabbi Yitsḥaq: ‘Have you heard when Bar Nafli will come?’ ‘Who is Bar Nafli?’ he asked. ‘Messiah,’ he replied. ‘Do you call Messiah Bar Nafli?’ [בַּר נַפְלֵי (bar nafli), Stillborn (lit., Son of the Fallen), is numerically equivalent to בֵּן יִשָׁי (ben yishai), Son of Jesse, cf. BT Shabbat, 55a; Zohar 3:215a (RM)]."
The following verses represent the Lord preparing the second temple and High Priest to become his own scapegoat as Joshua / Yeshua. By giving up his old nature, he hangs on the cross (body of man). Baptism is his own immersion into the waters below (Samsara in Sanskrit).
The Ruler of the Underworld (Yama) becomes the Redeemer of Man. How? By paying the cost of Genesis 9:6
- "Whoever sheds human blood, by humans his blood shall be shed, for in the image Elohim made humans." NOG
Silencing of the Lord's Conscience:
Matthew 7Forgive and you are forgiven. You can only judge yourself in the end. You are the Lord (Colossians 1:15-17).
Judge not, that ye be not judged. For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?
YOU ARE BOTH WHEAT (SAVED) AND CHAFF (BURNED AWAY)
ALL MEANS ALL