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----- Original Message ----
-From: AM
To: Bellringer
Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2014 4:09 AM

Dear Patrick;

I came across an article and a video  that claim that the baptism is a satanic cult where the priest is acting like a sort of  shaman, and that through the act of pouring water on top of the head of the child, he is in fact  “sealing” the seventh chakra, or our direct spiritual connection with God, and by making a cross on the forehead of the child, the priest is “sealing” the sixth chakra, the third eye, the one that gives us the clairvoyance, the perception of the spiritual world.

Do you agree with this explanation? Can you please elaborate on this matter?

Many thanks.

In Love and Light




FROM:  Patrick H. Bellringer
     TO:   AM
DATE:  Sept. 5, 2014
Dear AM:
    Thank you for your question.  Baptism has many meanings in the religious cults of our world.  The true meaning of baptizing a child is the acknowledgment of new life and the asking/receiving of Creator God's blessing on this little one.  Infant and child baptism can also include the dedication of the parents and family and the community to assisting the individual to learn and to live the Laws of God and Creation.
    In adult baptism the value of this ceremony means whatever the person being baptized wants it to mean.  Baptism does no bring "salvation" or the automatic forgiveness of sins to anyone.  That is part of the Big Lie of the Christian Cult.  It can be a dedication to living a better life, or of receiving Creator's blessing to do so, but never as a "spiritual vacuum cleaner" to remove one's wrong-doing.
    The washing by water as a symbol of being washed by the "blood of the Lamb of God" is a sick Christian Cult joke.  It can be symbolic of forgiveness if one has personally forgiven others with good intent and a sincere compassionate heart.  Esu asked John to baptize him in the Jordan River (Phoenix Journal #2, p. 24) to honor each other as friends and to receive Creator God's blessing on their mission.  Should we not do the same?  It would seem that the form of baptism is immaterial, and that one can achieve the same effect within, without the ceremony.
 In Love and Light,
Patrick H. Bellringer