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Because too many "libertarians" are hypocrites.

Like Presidents John Adams, Abraham Lincoln and Woodrow Wilson, they believe in "free speech" as long as it lies within their comfort zone.

I believe you will find the following essay downright fascinating.

New Gnosis: The Evolutionary Leap of Mankind – Serial 11

Georgi Stankov, Copyright 2001 and 2012

Translation from German language:
by Joelle Torneros and Georgi Stankov

11. Serial: Conclusion – Part I.
February 12, 2012

Conclusion – Part I:
World Religions as Gnostic Teachings

The phenomenology (manifestations) of the world religions – all naturalistic reli­gions are excluded from this analysis – reveals one and the same pattern (canon), which consists of a few recurring elements: Selected individuals, called prophets, messiahs or Gods, have received divine revelation in the form of a Gnosis, which they, or their successors, then write down as “holy” books.
The object of this gnosis is always the Numinous, the Divine, the Sacred, which is beyond the sensory perception of mortal men, and the relationship of the divine to the diversity of the manifestations of the material, tangible world – especially to the forms of human existence.

The epistemological core of all world religions represents thus the effort to interpret the relationship of the primary term of human consciousness, defined in the pre­sent Gnosis as space-time, energy or All-That-Is, which, depending on the religion, is described as Tao (Taoism, Confucianism), Atman, Brahman, Vishnu, Krishna (Upanishads, Jainism, Buddhism), Isis (Egyptian religion), Yahweh (Judaism), Christ /God (Christianity), Nous (Neoplatonism) or Allah (Islam), with the manifestations of the 3D space-time. This gnostic task includes the development of a creation story (Genesis), which is of apocalyptic, End Time character in Christianity, Judaism and Islam and of a recurrent, eternal nature in the Asian religions.

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