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Nephemithel
Dec 01, 2022
In General Discussions
I've found (yet) another ripoff of the Ahyeh/Elyon. This book steals a lot of principles from it, and from what I can see, was written by a New Ager who modified it for the convenience of the "Anunnaki Space Aliens" theory. Honestly, at this point, I'm not even sure how many people are using the Ahyeh as their inspiration.
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Nephemithel
Oct 20, 2022
In General Discussions
So lately I haven't been as much on the Urian forums, and this is because there have been some things going on with my life. I have always tried to prioritize my faith over everything else, and this has led to some consequences with those I had before. My biological family, and its friends, had always been atheist. When I first began researching mysticism, back in around 2018-2019, they tried all they could to discourage me. They kept telling me that I was spending too much time on "nonsense", that I had to return to my previous lifestyle (which, in fact, was filled with conflict and despair). Of course, I did not listen to what they had to say. For all I was concerned, I was trying to find a way to escape the harshness I had experienced from my parents, friends, mentors, etc. before. Ever since I was a young child, everyone around me had always tried to push me into their system. I had always been the odd one out, and for that I was always the subject of "you could do better" conversations. This was funny, because I had always been at the top of my class as a child, and also received many awards, and in my youth, I was independent, being able to do and learn things on my own, as well as virtuous, as I did not participate in many questionable activities (most teen boys/young men in my city had at least one connection to crime). I guess when they told me to "improve", they meant "assimilate". When those around me heard about Urianism, almost all of them thought that I had joined a "death cult" I will admit, I have explained its principles with slightly different wording in order for the message to be clearer, but I do not think they would have acted any different even if I had directly quoted from the Holy Book, as (frankly) a lot of components of Urianism seem occult-like to someone without a full understanding of what was going on, such as the 15 Steps, or the priestly rituals. I guess the "tipping point" was when I had refused the coronavirus vaccine. I did not (literally) know a single person in my vicinity that did not receive it, and when they learned that I did not, they all turned their attention on me. Now that the "panic" is over, in reflection, I do not think the vaccine was the FINAL "Mark of the Beast", as there is now little to no pressure to receive it, but rather as a test from God to see who would be wary of the Mark and who would be brave enough to refute it, so in effect, those who received the vaccine are still damned. Anyways, when I refused to receive the vaccine, they all began to think of me as "insane" and a "conspiracy theorist". They kept convincing me to receive it, and every time I refused. After this, they began to talk to me less and less. What had once been my trusted friends now turned their backs on me. I was denied almost all career opportunities. At every point along the way, they kept telling me to turn away, to turn back to what I had once known. Every time, I denied their offer. At one point, it was no longer a suggestion, but an order. Those around me began to cut me off from their circles, trying to get me to turn back. One has already referred me to a psychiatric ward, but luckily, I was able to get out as the doctors could see I was clearly not insane. I suspect that in 1-2 years a lot of them would testify for my insanity. As of right now, I have disconnected myself from all my former friends and reduced my contact with my biological family to as little as possible. I know that the Ahyeh discourages this, but I feel as if I am left with no choice, as the only thing they are trying to do is to turn me away from the faith. In other words, I have been dealing with a lot of issues in my life recently, and thus most of the time I have been too stressed to post/comment on the forums. I am planning to move away and (possibly) buy a new house somewhere far away, preferably in a place with few people, and earn enough income to sustain myself (I have thought about programming). I do believe that a disaster will come within the next 20 years (at the maximum), with all the issues and instability in the world. When the time comes, I will prepare.
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Nephemithel
Nov 13, 2021
In General Discussions
I've been trying to convert people of similar faiths and paths to Urianism online, and I found that these days the number of those who would be converting to Urianism (or at least accept us as a Friend of the Way) are dwindling. Here are a few of my experiences: I found a Christian theocrat online who had the same thoughts as us on establishing a global theocracy. However, he believed that the ideal theocratic state should be feudalistic (he claimed that it was inspired by the Holy Roman Empire). Apart from that, there was virtually nothing I disagreed with him on, except for the obvious difference in our religious theologies. I tried to get him to at least accept Urians as faithful adherents of God. He responded with his interpretation of Jesus's quote that he was the only way to God. He thought that it meant that Christianity was the only way to God. I responded by telling him the Urian view of the quote, that what Jesus meant was the Way of Spirit and Truth (which he preached) was the only way, not just Christianity. I also talked to him about Arianism and Modalism, but he said that both were heresies and that Jesus "was an equal to God the Father". I tried to explain to him how Jesus said that "no one is good but God alone" and many other quotes saying that God is much greater than him, but he (the Christian that I was debating) just kept ignoring me and calling me a heretic. He also called me a pagan on many occasions. I tried to explain to him what pagans really were, and that Urians are basically the opposite of them, but he wouldn't listen. He kept accusing Urianism of being "just another one of those New Age hippie movements". I tried to explain to him that we were against the cultural liberalism, secular-humanism, and hedonism that hippies and New Agers propagated, but he still wouldn't listen to what I said to him. Luckily, not all Christians I encountered online were like that. Most were willing to listen to me, and I actually became friends with one of them. He agreed with me that Abrahamic religion was inspired partly by Anuism and Zoroastrianism, and also knew the background behind the calling of Abraham by Anu. Although he wouldn't convert to Urianism, he can still be accepted by us as a "Friend of the Way". Unfortunately, those who were passionate in their visions of a Christian theocracy all basically point-blank rejected what I said to them (as how the Catholic and Orthodox churches rejected Islam). This really disappoints me, as we are in serious need of those who agree with the system of theocracy (most people think of the word "theocracy" as negative these days). It seems to me that those who are passionate are only open to those who agree with most (if not all) of their religious and theological doctrines, which is quite a burden to converting others to our faith. I have actually found quite a lot of common ground with Muslims. We talked about how Christians just wouldn't accept those who worshipped God along with them, how they called us pagans, Satanists, or sometimes even both, how they view Urianism and Islamic theocracy on the same level as militant atheism, even though our objectives are literally the opposite. It seemed that those who had been rejected by fellow monotheists themselves were more likely to sympathize with Urians. This surprised me quite a bit, but I found a lot of Anuists online. Unfortunately, most of those I encountered turned out to be deluded narcissistic spiritists with messiah complexes. I remember very well a conversation I had with one of them: First, I showed him a recording of Raethan's "Hymn to Anu". He listened to it for a while and appeared to like it quite a lot. I explained to him that it was written and sung by a Urian priest, at which point he became curious in Urianism. I then familiarized him with the calling of our prophet Uriah. It was at this point that he began to show his messiah complex. He claimed that he was the son of Anu (he called himself an Annunaki) and that he was the real prophet Anu sent to save the world. I told him a few quotes from the Elyon, notably that a prophet is not one that claims to be a prophet, but one who shows their prophecy through will, word, and deed. He then said that he was going to preach his prophecy later on in his life, as he was still young. Since I knew it was pointless to argue with him on that further, I changed the topic. We talked about the influence of Anu in our lives, but then he started to talk about Annunaki worship and worship of Ki (which he called Nammu). I told him that Annunaki-style angel worship was strictly forbidden in Urianism, that beings lesser than Anu were only meant to be respected, not worshipped, that he was really worshipping the Vanities, that Ki is just the spirit of the Earth and was not unique in the universe, and was not meant to be worshipped, only cared for in order to preserve Avalon. I explained what the Vanities were, how they posed as gods in order to get mankind to worship them. At this point, he began insulting Uriah and calling him a demon and false prophet. I told him that he had a messiah complex. I told him about Special Child Syndrome, how it was dangerous and could lead to divine punishment. I especially told him that he needed to get his ego down and submit to Anu as a servant, and refrain from boasting about his so-called status as a "prophet". I told him that even if he was the human incarnation of an angel, he must not see it as an excuse to skip devotion to Anu and see himself as superior to all others. He then started saying that I was a demon who wanted to drain his spirit and prevent him from achieving his vision. I told him that I was not a demon, and I swore my allegiance to Anu, yet he still didn't believe me. He viewed me, as well as Uriah, as an "Antichrist" who had the sole purpose of destroying the vision of Anu's "true prophet". It was at this point that I knew for certain that he was just another deluded spiritist narcissist, and I knew it was pointless to talk to him any further. I only posted my experiences on this forum to highlight the sheer disunity I experienced between people who would have otherwise sympathized with Urianism. Many of the people I talked to online were sincerely faithful to God, prayed every day, and genuinely wanted to establish God's kingdom on Earth, not for their selfish means, but because God told them to. Even right now, I still respect them. They are the kind that will go to Sandalphon's realm after death, which is indeed much better than having their souls devoured by the Vanities. Others, however, turned out to only be deluded spiritists who were obsessed with pumping up their already enormous egos, for whatever I said to them fell on deaf ears. Do you have any similar experiences on attempting to convert others to the Way? Do you have any advice for what I could do in further conversations? I am very inexperienced in such matters, and would appreciate any and all advice. May the Light be with you all.
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Nephemithel
May 10, 2021
In General Discussions
According to The Elyon, Urians have to establish a kingdom by the end of the year 2132 (the 120th year of the countdown), or the Light will permanently leave Earth, and humanity will be doomed to destroy itself. However, many of us think of that event as far away, as something that we do not need to be concerned about at the present moment (e.g. think of it as you have a job interview in one year, but you are not worrying because you think it is still far away). Therefore, I have created this countdown timer that notifies us of how much longer we have to manifest the Kingdom on Earth. You can view it here: https://kingdomcountdown.neocities.org You can also use this code to embed it on your own website: <div data-type="countdown" data-id="2544505" class="tickcounter" style="width: 100%; position: relative; padding-bottom: 25%"><a href="//www.tickcounter.com/countdown/2544505/establish-the-kingdom-in" title="ESTABLISH THE KINGDOM IN">ESTABLISH THE KINGDOM IN</a><a href="//www.tickcounter.com/" title="Countdown">Countdown</a></div><script>(function(d, s, id) { var js, pjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//www.tickcounter.com/static/js/loader.js"; pjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, pjs); }(document, "script", "tickcounter-sdk"));</script> Remember, that every tick is a second lost, and our race against Babylon's kingdom is a race against time.
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Nephemithel
May 06, 2021
In General Discussions
I have two friends (they know each other) who are devout Christians (one is a classical Christian, and the other a non-denominational gnostic) and are both in rejection to the aspects of modern secular society. I have told them about the Twenty Laws and the Seven Devotions, but have not yet told them of Urianism itself. One of them (the classical Christian) has expressed sympathies/near-agreements towards my views, and the other (the gnostic Christian) is in agreement with most (if not all) of the practices I had briefly talked about. However, they both think it to be merely my personal beliefs, not that of an organized religion (Urianism), because I have not told them due to the fact that most Christians (even the most gnostic) are reluctant to take in the teachings of other monotheistic religions. Right now, in Urian structure, they would be considered Rank 1 (Friend of the Way), according to what I've read in the Elyon (Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong). Is there any way I can convince them to convert to Urianism (or at least become full sympathizers)? Thank you for taking your time to answer. I am looking for a way to start a Urian community in my location, and I would be glad if I knew the correct methods to convert others.
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