What is love? What is its source? And what's stopping us from seeing through that too?
love is an intuited metaphor. to me love is a metaphor for light, and light (the photon to be precise) is a metaphor for zero. it's source, then, is the zero-point (the vacuum).
nothing is stopping us from seeing through love as seeing-through is its function. note how we are speaking metaphorically upon your initiation.http://blog.plover.com/physics/transparency.html
for you to suggest (my copy function suddenly isn't working on my phone) that to 'see through christ would be to lose everything' strikes me as something woody allen might say if he were a christian. but, really, I think you are just mixing metaphors. keep your 'solidity,' and don't begrudge me my immaterialism as it's nothing personal. it's not your monotheism I find totalitarian, but rather the interpersonal projection of its personal consequences.
as for your assuming to know what icke meant, all I will say is that you didn't even pick up on the gaia metaphor, so if I were you I wouldn't assume there aren't other layers. furthermore, whether the layers of metaphor are supplied by icke or myself is irrelevant; everything is interconnected.
regarding the 'contradiction,' I didn't say that truth was illusory.
as for your idea that one's beliefs can overrule another's - don't put that on me; for the last time, that's your deal not mine.
one path, one truth. right ash?
that's your deal, not mine.
there's no there there in your argument.