Becoming Spiritual with metaphors of hedonism (wine, sex & beautiful maiden)

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So when you wrote "where Abdu'l-Baha essentially says spiritual Judaism's peak was with tyrant Solomon", you're essentially just putting words in Abdu'l-Baha's mouth. Got it.
Okay so Abdu'l-Baha didn't overtly say he was a tyrant, but he meant it based on the reality of Solomon being a greedy sick ole' hedonist ego maniacal freaking psychopath with ridiculously excessive pride, everyone kissing his ass, sycophants, God only knows how many bastards and conniving jealousy going on in his Harem.

If you study the mind control and manipulation techniques of freemasonry that Solomonic magick is: 72 angels and their correspondent: earthly "demons" /demands, have sense what those represents. You just might find some conniving methods that well help you resist such things like "Hegelian Dialectic" "False Dichotomy" scams.

What this man discerned was largely based on Marko Rodin's discoveries. Marko Rodin is a Genius bahai Scholar:



Do you think Allah'u'abha is suppose to be chanted or listened to for 95 times each day is done for nothing?

It all had to crack soon enough like any Islamic elitist pig described in Nabil's Narrativeor elitist pig anywhere else in history. King Solomon was the Gene Simmons of his time playboy of his time, except King Solomon controlled the entire military.


If humanity would all quit worshipping tyrants, know their methods, and resist their methods of mind control": they won't be tyrannical anymore.
 
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And do you think that unto such as you; A maggot-minded, starved, fanatic crew: God gave the Secret, and denied it me? - - Well, well, what matters it! Believe that, too.
- Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam translated by Richard Le Gallienne

Reading Omar Khayyam's Ruba'iyyat with Their Historical Context

I can't find much in the Ocean Software about Omar Khayyam except this :

So it was that Hanzala drew out the white hand of guidance from the bosom of the love of God,[1] and illumined the sight and the insight of the beholders with the Gospel light. After he had in bell-like accents recited some of the divine verses out of the Evangel, Nu'man and all his ministers sickened of their idols and their idol-worship and were confirmed in the Faith of God. And they said, "Alas, a thousand times alas, that up to now we were careless of this infinite mercy and veiled away therefrom, and were bereft of this rain from the clouds of the grace of God." Then straightway the king tore down the two monuments called the Smeared-With-Blood, and he repented of his tyranny and established justice in the land.
[1 Cf. Qur'án 27:12, referring to Moses: "Put now thy hand into thy bosom: it shall come forth white ... one of nine
signs to Pharaoh and his people...." Also Qur'án 7:105; 20:23;26:32; and 28:32. Also Exodus 4:6. See too Edward Fitzgerald's The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam: Now the New Year reviving old Desires, The thoughtful Soul to Solitude retires, Where the White Hand of Moses on the Bough Puts out, and Jesus from the Ground suspires. The metaphors here refer to white blossoms and the perfumes of spring.] 52

Observe how one individual, and he a man of the desert, to outward seeming unknown and of no station -- because he showed forth one of the qualities of the pure in heart, was able to deliver this proud sovereign and a great company of others from the dark night of unbelief and guide them into the morning of salvation; to save them from the perdition of idolatry and bring them to the shores of the oneness of God, and to put an end to practices of the sort which blight a whole society and reduce the peoples to barbarism. One must think deeply over this, and grasp its meaning.

(Abdu'l-Baha, The Secret of Divine Civilization, p. 51)
 

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