Chapter 23b

Evil created by the altar and throne alliance

One of the conclusions of essenceism is the claim that since the beginning of history, Satan has been ruling the world through the phenomenon of power, both on a local and global scale. Under his rule, the leaders of societies noticed that the "alliance of throne and altar" was very profitable for them in the process of maintaining power. It can certainly work the other way around too. So, for to maintain their position, religious leaders seek support from politicians as often as politicians seek support from them.

The essenceism system notes that from the early centuries of our history, the rulers of nations either cooperated closely with religious leaders or combined the positions of political and religious leaders. Therefore, the "altar and throne alliance" has always accompanied us. Unfortunately, history has taught us that this alliance almost always brought evil. The most popular example of this is the Inquisition. A less noticeable evil, although of much greater importance to the world, was the alliance of political and religious powers in ancient Israel that led to the death of the Son of God. An equally significant evil destroying His efforts was the first council of the Catholic Church in Nicaea. It was convened by Emperor Constantine I, whose goal was to create a religion of power that would strengthen his position as the leader of the empire. According to essenceism, it was a "funeral" of the teachings of the Son of God. This council, by creating Christianity, destroyed the main mission of Jesus as the Teacher of love, eternity and knowledge for the salvation of the world. So, the Son of God did not want to create any religious authority structure.






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