Megiddo Archetypal Battle
For thousands of years a mound in northern Israel, Megiddo, has been the site of many ancient battles and spiritual battles that were waged to gain access to the holy lands and to be in close proximity to the Temple Mount. Ancient cities were established in this area to serve as a fortress to guard the mountain passage. As the city was destroyed and rebuilt many times as a result of these battles, cities were built on top of conquered cities and over time, a mound or hill was formed. Thus, the Hebrew word that translates as the battle of Armageddon means the hill of Megiddo. Megiddo is an ancient city whose remains form an archaeological mound, situated in northern Israel near Kibbutz Megiddo, about 30 km south-east of Haifa. Megiddo is known for its historical, geographical, and theological importance, especially under its Greek name Armageddon. During the Bronze Age, Megiddo was an important Canaanite city-state and during the Iron Age, a royal city in the Kingdom of Israel. Excavations have unearthed 26 layers of ruins, indicating a long period of settlement. Megiddo is strategically located at the head of a pass through the Carmel Ridge overlooking the Jezreel Valley from the west. The site is now home to the Megiddo Kibbutz and protected as an National Park and is a World Heritage Site. The Megiddo kibbutz was founded in 1949 by Holocaust survivors from Hungary and Poland who organized at the end of World War II and then fought in the 1948 Arab–Israeli war.
Some of the famous battles that have been given to the public in the written history include:
- Battle of Megiddo (15th century BCE): fought between the armies of the Egyptian pharaohThutmose III and a large Canaanite coalition led by the rulers of Megiddo and Kadesh.
- Battle of Megiddo (609 BCE): fought between Egyptian pharaoh Necho II and the Kingdom of Judah, in which King Josiah fell.
- Battle of Megiddo (1918): fought during World War I between Allied troops, led by General Edmund Allenby, and the defending Ottoman army.
In English, and especially for bible educated Christians, Megiddo has come to represent the battle between the Anti-Christ (anti-human entities) and Christ forces (human beings) as the final showdown that occurs for complete control on the earth or the material plane, as it symbolizes the final battle for control over the earth and humanity. The Book of Revelation designates Armageddon as the assembly point in the apocalyptic setting of God’s final battle against evil on the earth. Thus, Evangelical Christians believe that this physical location will be the site of the final battle between Jesus Christ and Satan, as it is outlined in the Book of Revelation.
Before we take this discussion any further, first it is important to comprehend that with the NAA, the design of the lower ego mind was intended as the means for conditioning the collective consciousness into mind control programming in order to suppress the consciousness abilities of humanity and to derail their emotional and spiritual growth to prevent Ascension. The negative ego construct and the low vibrations processed through these mental body software systems, force asleep or unawakened people to process their reality in extremely limited parameters within the scope of their egoic linear mind functions. As a result of the suppression of the higher mind and spiritual disconnection, most 3D people are looking at the manifest reality through flat one dimensional perceptions that are purely materialistic, physical and linear. Processing the outer reality from mere physical observations with only the physical senses in the visible light spectrum is not only extremely limiting, but the conclusions that most people arrive when only considering material observations are generally extremely confused, erroneous, and completely misunderstood. In the context of applying the egoic linear mind and its limited comprehension of the concept of Armageddon and Megiddo, this also falls within the similar scope of grave misunderstandings. Religiously trained people tend to be mentally and spiritually confused about the meaning of its symbolism in the world of forces that are present on the earth. Religion tends to misconstrue symbolic archetypes in consciousness to be direct physical events that are prophesized to happen in a physical location or with a physical person, because it has interpreted the meaning into literal events of fate made through the filter of human negative ego limitation. This assessment is not accurate and it is a complete misinterpretation of how it translates into the realm of consciousness development, spirit and energy, and the shifting of timelines.
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