Monday, July 03, 2017

Conversations with Melchizedek - Knowledge and Wisdom, what is the difference?


Albert Einstein once said;

No wonder the genius of Einstein appealed so much to the forces of Creation.  Einstein understood the importance of information.  Information led to knowledge and that was a good thing.  Once you possessed the knowledge, you needed to figure out what to do with it.

That took wisdom?

Some speculated it did.  I mean what are you going to do with a brain full of knowledge?  Therefore, I turned to the "experts" for defining knowledge and wisdom, Merriam-Webster's Unabridged Dictionary - Since 1828.

I am not at all intimidated by the "1828" year, as if 189 years in the business makes them an expert on the English language.  If English was first used (Old English) in the year 1066, it is 951 years old, thus Merriam has been around 20% (19.8% to be exact) as long as the English language.

Well, when I looked the definitions up online I realized two things, our Millennial generation is in real trouble, and Melchizedek's warnings to us about how slavery today is more rampant than in the time of Jesus is becoming apparent.

Addiction to technology, dependence on machine generated knowledge, and obsession with building firewalls between you and other people, is a textbook case of how really bad stuff can change the future of our world.

The most important gift the Creator gave you is your imagination, because it empowers you to improve the very Creation we were given, our earth and our life. What better reflects the essence of all of Creation than the ability to create, a task limited only by the scope of your imagination.

If you out-source your creative abilities to artificial intelligence, in other words let the smart phone figure things out for you, you just sold your soul to the dark side.  You are now addicted to technology, you are now dependent on knowledge from artificial intelligence to function.

Worse yet, by out-sourcing your creative gift to artificial intelligence you have now severed your only direct connection to the Creator.  Your ability to use imagination and creative energy to serve the Creator's will is over.

You now manifest one of your greatest fears, the fear of losing your independence.  Your obsession and dependence on the technological wonderland before you makes You a physical and psychological Slave to technology, and serving the shadowy mischief-makers and evil doers you truly abhor.

However, hope is eternal to your Creator.  After all, you are the Creator's creation along with everything else in your world.  Do you think he could ever abandon his Creations?  He knew that the act of using the imagination to create was the most important pursuit we could undertake to please Him, our Creator.

So what is the scientific explanation for this most extraordinary mechanism of creation?

The foundation of our world and all galaxies is the Trinity of the Christ Consciousness, and the love of the Creator for all Creations, the Trinity being the building block of mankind's reality, known as the atom.

The fact is each atom contains a proton, neutron, and electron, the Creation Trinity, according to Melchizedek.  

Every atom is composed of a nucleus and one or more electrons bound to the nucleus. The nucleus is made of one or more protons and typically a similar number of neutrons. Protons and neutrons are called nucleons. More than 99.94% of an atom's mass is in the nucleus.

The protons have a positive electric charge, the electrons have a negative electric charge, and the neutrons have no electric charge. If the number of protons and electrons are equal, that atom is electrically neutral. If an atom has more or fewer electrons than protons, then it has an overall negative or positive charge, respectively, and it is called an ion.

The electrons of an atom are attracted to the protons in an atomic nucleus by this electromagnetic force. The protons and neutrons in the nucleus are attracted to each other by a different force, the nuclear force, which is usually stronger than the electromagnetic force repelling the positively charged protons from one another.

Under certain circumstances, the repelling electromagnetic force becomes stronger than the nuclear force, and nucleons can be ejected from the nucleus, leaving behind a different element: nuclear decay resulting in nuclear transmutation.

In other words, the foundation of Creation is the polarity within the Trinity of the Christ Consciousness.  That polarity resembles an hourglass with the narrow bridge bringing the two sides together in the middle.  That is the point where harmony can be achieved between polarities, as well as the creative explosion that results.

The imagination guides the creative energy by dreaming, then materializing the dream.  Your reality is what you manifest and group manifestation magnifies the power of the dream when becoming real.

It is neither knowledge, nor wisdom, that is our most important tool, it is the imagination as the driving force of all others, guiding the creative energy and creating the plan of action for the use of knowledge and wisdom.

As for the Millennial generation and their slavery, you are allowing yourselves to be seduced into permanent technology slavery at the same time you have compromised your most valuable tools for survival and necessary spiritual enlightenment.  Protect your imagination, or sacrifice your salvation to artificial intelligence, your choice.

As for the source material for our smart phone addicted generation, the following is the Dictionary definition for knowledge and wisdom from Merriam-Webster Since 1828.  After reading it, I have no clue what the artificial intelligence is talking about.  If this is educating America, we are in serious trouble.

Perhaps it is time the Millennials consider a change of course.  Or, they can continue to blindly allow the usurpation of their precious gift of imagination and face the consequences.  We love you either way, as we are all creations of the Creator.



Since 1828

Definition of knowledge

a(1 : 
the fact or condition of knowing something with familiarity gained through experience or association

(2) :  acquaintance with or understanding of a science, art, or technique

b (1) :  the fact or condition of being aware of something

(2) :  the range of one's information or understanding answered to the best of my knowledge

c :  the circumstance or condition of apprehending truth or fact through reasoning

 :  cognition

d :  the fact or condition of having information or of being learned a person of unusual knowledge

2a :  the sum of what is known : 

the body of truth, information, and principles acquired by humankind

b archaic :  a branch of learning

3 archaic :  sexual intercourse

4 obsolete :  cognizance

KNOWLEDGE Defined for English Language Learners


Definition of knowledge

for English Language Learners

·         : information, understanding, or skill that you get from experience or education
·         : awareness of something : the state of being aware of something

KNOWLEDGE Defined for Kids

noun knowl·edge \ˈnä-lij\

Definition of knowledge for Students

1.    1 :  understanding and skill gained by experience He has a knowledge of carpentry.
2.    2 :  the state of being aware of something or of having information He borrowed my camera without my knowledge.
3.    3 :  range of information or awareness To my knowledge our school has never won the championship.
4.    4 :  something learned and kept in the mind :  learning

Law Dictionary

noun knowl·edge

Legal Definition of knowledge

1a :  awareness or understanding especially of an act, a fact, or the truth :  actual knowledge
 1 in this entry
b :  awareness that a fact or circumstance probably exists; broadly :  constructive knowledge in this entry — see also scienter, willful blindness Editor's note: Knowledge fundamentally differs from intent in being grounded in awareness rather than purpose.
 actual knowledge
1 :  direct and clear awareness (as of a fact or condition) the bank had actual knowledge that the name and account number referred to different persons
2 :  awareness of such information as would cause a reasonable person to inquire further; specifically :  such awareness considered as a timely and sufficient substitute for actual notice (as of a work-related injury or of a bankruptcy proceeding) ruled that the employer did not have actual notice or actual knowledge within 90 days.
constructive knowledge
:  knowledge (as of a condition or fact) that one using ordinary care or diligence would possess had constructive knowledge of the presence of narcotics on his property
personal knowledge
:  direct knowledge of a matter or of the truth or falsity of an allegation a witness may not testify to a matter unless evidence is introduced sufficient to support a finding that the witness has personal knowledge of the matter — Federal Rules of Evidence Rule 602
superior knowledge :  knowledge greater than that possessed by another; especially :  awareness of a condition or fact that affects another who was not aware of it denied having had superior knowledge of the hazard superior knowledge of a factor in the performance of a contract
2 :  the range of one's information, understanding, or expertise answered to the best of his knowledge.

Definition of wisdom

1a :  accumulated philosophical or scientific learning
b :  ability to discern inner qualities and relationships
good sense
d :  generally accepted belief challenges what has become accepted wisdom among many historians — Robert Darnton
2 :  a wise attitude, belief, or course of action
3 :  the teachings of the ancient wise men
noun wis·dom
Definition of Wisdom
  1. :  a didactic book included in the Roman Catholic canon of the Old Testament and corresponding to the Wisdom of Solomon in the Protestant Apocrypha — see bible table

WISDOM Defined for English Language Learners


Definition of wisdom for English Language Learners

·         : knowledge that is gained by having many experiences in life
·         : the natural ability to understand things that most other people cannot understand
·         : knowledge of what is proper or reasonable : good sense or judgment

WISDOM Defined for Kids

noun wis·dom \ˈwiz-dəm\

Definition of wisdom for Students

1.    1 :  knowledge or learning gained over time
2.    2 :  good sense
3.    3 :  a wise attitude, belief, or course of action

Learn More about wisdom

 Spanish Central: Translation of wisdom

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