Dear friends, let me, first of all, tell you that with our fantastic space friends, we have taken a big step towards liberating the upper part of our cosmos, where there were people we did not even know about and who were not connected to what was happening in the lower part of our cosmos. I will tell you more in the new Space Report, which I expect to publish in January 2024, as more Earth-related events are predicted for December 2023. I look forward to the predictions coming true and to the blockade of our planet coming to an end soon. And if the Joyous Event happens sooner, my girlfriend Sanja from the planet Palki and I will publish the liberating Space, Solar, and Planetary Report on the same day.
Now, let’s have a look at the new portion of the MindShift 10 Gods list, on which the Christian psychopathic sadist Yahweh did not make it, having already dropped out in the qualifiers.
This one’s probably my most controversial, Quetzalcoatl. This is an Aztec pre-Columbian Mesoamerican God, a god of knowledge and wisdom. There’s a con coming at the end, but I have a reason why I’d still place him above Yahweh. He’s considered the patron of learning and creativity and is concerned with art and culture. He was a god that fed his people, a farming god associated with creating fertility in the land. His tendencies lean toward peace, harmony, and civilization. Even again, he’s creative and obsessed with innovation. Now, the con is going to be a human sacrifice, although it’s not directly linked to him. Quetzalcoatl is a member of the pantheon of Aztec gods, and unlike the Greek pantheon, per se, not each of them has their own very distinguished ideals. There’s a lot of overlap. One thing that is certain is the Aztecs were definitely fond of human sacrifice. The numbers are actually pretty astounding and definitely outweigh anything that happens from Yahweh. Actually, it might be a close call if you consider all the people Yahweh kills versus all the people the Aztecs sacrificed. For instance, the Aztecs never committed an entire genocide like the God of the Bible does. He never said, “Creation was so bad; I’m going to kill everyone except for seven or eight people.” If you consider animal life, there are billions of deaths on Yahweh’s hands. But if we just count up the deaths from the Bible, we’re in the millions.
During the height of their supreme reign, the Aztecs were something around 20,000 human sacrifices a year. This didn’t go on for that long of a period of time, though. It would take a long time before you catch up with Yahweh’s numbers. And unlike Yahweh, who does involve himself in child and human sacrifice and then just takes it upon himself to kill the rest, all of those people are burning in Hell or living an eternity of slave worship in heaven, wherein the Aztec afterlife does not seem to be eternal, and you are desired once you’re dead. You just have to cross through nine levels, and there are challenges like crossing mountains that crash into each other. This was called Mictlan. It’s a fascinating afterlife setup, and I think that it’s probably very superior to Yahweh’s. Again, we have a God here who wants to feed his people, who wants them to be creative and industrious, to work with each other to make great things, as opposed to, “Oh, that one time those people almost built too big a tower. Let me separate everyone and confuse them forever. Hey, I don’t like the way people are not obeying my ridiculous commands; let me cause drought and pestilence on the land.” Yahweh’s character is just going to look worse and worse as we go through this. When an Aztec god can beat you, you’re probably doing something wrong.”
The Aztec god is one of the few that makes your tongue twist when you pronounce his name. Since he is also a karmic god, he was made with a twofold approach – on the one hand, he cares for his people, but on the other, he allows them to be killed and sacrificed in his honor.
In the history of religions, we can see that all gods are very old, as there are no new gods after Allah, who is said to have been born around 600 AD. These gods are tailor-made for the people who lived in ancient times, so they are the gods of agriculture, livestock, metalworking, good weather, and fertility. If the karmic people were to invent gods for today, they would be the internet gods of iPhone, YouTube, and Instagram, who would be in charge of high-speed data transfer, emails, and antivirus digital security.
If we compare Yahweh with the gods on this list, we can see that they had a plan for their people, while Yahweh just hated, tortured, and killed people and animals. There is no difference between Yahweh’s hell and paradise because it is hard to imagine spending eternity in the company of such a psychopathic sadist who curses, tortures, and kills people for every little thing.
Fortunately for us, Yahweh will never jump out from myth to reality, where he could threaten us, but will remain forever in a Karmic and Christian phantasmatic religious delusion. Let me remind all lovers of literature that the Bible, as historical fiction, is finite and will never be continued by its many anonymous authors. This means that we will never know what happened to Yahweh and his twin black brother Satan, Jesus and the Holy Spirit, and the other characters of this cheap and trashy scrapbook. Perhaps one day, we will decide to write a sequel and a conclusion to this myth for our amusement. It is clear that if we take up the pencil, nothing good will come of it for Yahweh and his criminal cabal.
Next is going to be the Hindu god Ganesha. He is the son of Lord Siva and is considered the god of wisdom and intellect, two very beautiful things. This is a god of adventure and endeavor, blessing those who challenge themselves and have the will to create. He is a God that removes obstacles from one’s path, as opposed to making people wander around for 40 years in the desert, obstacle after obstacle. Instead of just letting them make the 11-day journey. One of Ganesha’s biggest pros is that he is an accommodating God, an inclusive God who will accept anyone from anywhere with any background. This is in direct opposition to Yahweh. The only cons that are going to really come with this God are the pantheon that he is a part of. Are there definitely worse gods in Hinduism? Are there bad afterlifes in Hinduism? Yes. But this is the cool thing of not being stuck with one God. Yahweh had to be the one and only, even though we have the Trinity, even though Yahweh came from a Pantheon of Gods. This is just fact, and we’ll be talking about that more in future videos. But Ganesha, he’s one of the good ones.”
Ganesha has the head of an elephant and four arms and, because of his positive qualities and four-armed multitasking, he could be a planetary caretaker who would keep the planet spinning and all the people living well. He would if he existed in reality, but then again he is just a fictional karmic god. This is another example of karmic black humor: the evil god Yahweh is imposed on us as real, but the good Ganesha is kept in myth so that he cannot help us, even though he would like to.
Fortunately for us, we have our fantastic space friends, who are so capable that no god can compare with them. I can tell you that you will be amazed by them, because there is no ‘miracle’ that they are not capable of creating, and they are very kind, friendly and loving, as you will realize when you meet them after you have been lifted off the planet and onto the spaceship when they will give you a new body and other goodies.