Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother
Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother; there are a couple things to dispel the Fourth Commandment.
Think of everyone else on this planet; do not think about the real humans or the angels above us, let us think about us a bit.
As mentioned on my last post, I am imperfect. You are imperfect. Everyone else around the world is imperfect. With “Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother” in place, let us think about our earthly parents a bit.
Here is my example: I have an earthly mother (whom I will not name both parents out of anonymous respect) who has learning disabilities and can be very emotive at times; she is consciously asleep at this point until she begins her spiritual awakening.
I also have an earthly father whom I do not trust fully due to his consciousness asleep and out of the possible, violent reaction against White Tantra should he discover my website containing sexual alchemy. As a result of the unbiased conclusion, both my earthly parents are imperfect and consciously asleep.
There is possibly no doubt that your “earthly” parents are imperfect as well.
Consider this passage:
“And call no man (earthly, imperfect parents) your father (or mother) upon the earth: for one (Yod-Havah) is your [perfect] Father (Abba/Aima), which is in heaven (Urania).” – Matthew 23:9
It reads: do not call your earthly, imperfect parents “father and mother”. The only entity you can call father and mother is Yod-Havah Elohim, who is perfect. As a rule, we do not honor or follow someone who is imperfect. Jesus Christ himself never respected men; verily in the name of truth, Jesus Christ always respected his heavenly father and mother.
The perfect parents that you always have now and in the future is Yod-Havah Elohim. As Abba (Father in Hebrew), Yod-Havah is Wisdom, representing God the Father. As Aima (Mother in Hebrew), Yod-Havah is Ahava (love – אהבה), representing God the Mother. As the result, Yod-Havah Elohim is your heavenly father and mother that you must honor and respect.
In conclusion, Honor thy Father and thy Mother who is Yod-Havah Elohim, so that you may live long in the lands that Yod-Havah is giving you. Nowhere in the Bible refers that “Honor thy father and thy mother” resides with earthy parents, which the humanoids interpreted it literally. The Bible only refers “Honor thy father and thy mother” to Yod-Havah Elohim who are perfect.