Perfection (beauty)
Spiritual 

Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it. ---Confucius
"Perfections proceed from birth, or from light-containing herbs, or from mantra, or from self-discipline."-Patanjali

[You can see the mind virus (bollocks) from Evangelical Christianity making everyone imperfect until they die--you can see the effect that has.  The feeling of Perfection is a state of consciousness anyone can attain in this lifetime through spiritual practice such as Psychedelic use, or meditation.  We are usually born perfect and will stay that way unless we get damaged through poor child rearing put about by Religious Morality which essentially Suppresses sexuality, along with all the fallout from all the other on going satanic Human Abuses and Mass Murders. If you aren't born perfect through karma then you can attain it through spiritual work--that is a Path.  If you can't see perfection out there, then go and find it in nature, the perfect day---most folk wouldn't see a perfect day even if you pointed it out with a loudhailer, such is their lack of self awareness.  The perfect horse event, the perfect rugby match, the perfect child, the perfect dog, horse etc.  Only man would be so stupid to fall for the satanic belief he only attains perfection when he dies!  TV plays a huge part in spreading materialism and imperfection through Fashion Inc, and the cult of celebrity.
    Of course, if man is imperfect then the Psychopaths can blame/hide their mayhem behind our 'imperfection'.  So you can see who wrote some of the religious beliefs.]

Imperfection agents: Mafia TV Fashion Inc  Medical Mafia  Film Mafia  Music Mafia

[2011 Sept] Are Evangelical Christians Warmongers? by Chuck Baldwin  Letís get this straight right out of the gate: nothing touched by man can be perfect, because none of us is perfect. There is no perfect church, perfect school, perfect mission board, perfect Sunday School class, perfect pastor, perfect deacon, or perfect Christian. Until the afterlife, we are all yet encased in Adamic flesh, complete with human weaknesses and imperfections. And only the Pharisaical among us are too proud to admit it.


The absolutely perfect Dog, called Snapper, but not everyone can see that.

Quotes
[The telling quote, how TV makes you imperfect, like religion] "When they took TV to Fiji they found that after 3 years nearly 12 girls out of 100 were over the toilet bowls with bulimia because they felt inferior."--Susie Orbach (Guardian g2 8 July 2008).

Beauty is a manifestation of secret natural laws, which otherwise would have been hidden from us forever.  "---Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The Archons influence the way you perceive the world, not the world itself. The primary power in the world we inhabit is the indwelling divinity of the planet, the Gaian intelligence, called Sophia by the Gnostics. If you are aligned to the Gaian intelligence, you do not see the world as a place of fear and predation, but of beauty, bounty, and magic. Karmapolis Interview with John Lash

"TAKE BACK THE PLANET" A Review of James Cameron's Avatar by John Lamb Lash  The main objection of the Christophiles is that we cannot find salvation in the natural world, but only through the supernatural messiah. I would reply, if we really live in harmony with the natural world, we don't need salvation in the first place.
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Christianity and the other salvationist faiths deny and reject the divine beauty of this world. They claim that nature and natural impulses are sinful and deserve to be punished. They insist on the authority of a supernatural source beyond the earth and humankind. They deal out punishment and reward in complete disregard for merit. To enforce their twisted, paranoid, pseudo-magical beliefs they expend enormous effort on killing the real magic wherever it arises on this planet: in the land and trees, the water and the sky, in plants, in animals, in children, and in people of true innocence and high imagination.
.....History is the record of killing magic, annihilating the supernatural talents endowed by Gaia in her privileged problem child, the human race, if not exterminating the race itself. At this late date in the cycle of the ages, one may well wonder, Where is the countermagic in this atrocious tale of self-annihilation?
....With adoration of Mother Nature comes the ferocious will to protect and perserve Her Ways. Not just our life as self-defining humans, but the network of all that lives. Avatar inspires reverence for the earth by the beauty of its cinematic imagery, and it does more as well, for it is a genuine ecoparable, a timeless story with a moral for today. The Na'vi "R" us. In the balance of Gaia's reckoning, where human survival is right now being decided, the way into planetary beauty is also the way of the warrior who takes back the planet. Avatar shows that way.

The whole construct. I'd been taught by Irish Jesuits, who are very clever. They made up multiple layers of rationality for the whole Catholic structure. The nice thing about Catholicism, however, is that it teaches you what to believe. So when you throw it over, you know exactly what you're throwing over. You can say, "I /don't/ believe in the Father Almighty," and continue right through the
    Apostles' Creed, the Confiteor, and the rest of it, tossing out one tenet at a time.  I believe in God, but not in the "Catholic God," who is vengeful.  There's the whole business about guilt, "impure thoughts," going to hell if you don't do what the church commands. One way this was solved for me, intellectually if not emotionally, was by reading the "Grand Inquisitor" chapter of Dostoevsky's /The Brothers Karamazov/in which Christ comes back to Earth. The Grand Inquisitor tells him, "When we saw those miracles in the street, we knew you were back.  But this time we're not giving you any publicity. We're keeping you in this cell. We know how to run these people now." That just knocked the church right out of me, and by the time I was finished with Caltech, medical school, and psychoanalysis, that belief system was pretty well cleaned out of me. John Lilly