By Tessa Lena – Article originally published Tessa Fights Robots.
This piece just wrote itself. Scary as it is, I am not even going to edit, I am clicking “send” because my soul wants these words to be heard, no matter the price.
This is going to be one of the most important posts, written on Christmas Eve. I am going to address a question that is thousands of years old, and I am going to do it from the heart. Whether you agree or disagree with me, please know that I am writing these words for the truth, I am doing so with great love, and I am not afraid.
I have dedicated my entire life to seeing the truth, to understanding the “meaning of life.” It has always been the most important thing for me. It took me years to accept that “worldly” joys and social elevation are also a very good thing. In the past, consistently, I have been running away from anything that felt not true enough, not pure enough. I have left a super promising career in the academic field, I have left the corporate world, and I have always wanted the truth.
I have tried different philosophical and theological systems to help me with finding that truth. I feel rather at peace right now. But as a teen, I felt so disappointed with the dirt of the world and that I seriously considered becoming a nun (what a waste it would have been but I did consider that). Which is to say, I am going to talk what I think is the biggest lie and an ancient act of betrayal in the Christian institutional faith but, as I am raising questions, I want you to know, again, that this is not a debate about “who is right,” not a sermon, and not a sword fight. I am not interested in any of those. This is food for thought. And if, on a rare chance, you get triggered, please ask yourself, why.
There is a very popular concept in the institutional Christian faith that in order to be “forgiven” and avoid hell, one has to accept Christ. But let me ask, what does it mean? What if the historical Jesus Christ, seeking corruption of the state and corruption in the hearts, simply meant that people would be much better off following the long-known but forgotten spiritual laws, getting realigned with the spirit world, and trying to do what’s right by God, from a pure heart, humbly and with joy? What if the political act of interpreting his words as a branding act (follow the brand of “Christ” as opposed to any other brand of “God”) was the biggest betrayal of what he actually meant?
What if Jesus Christ has been weeping ever since, seeing what people have done in his name?
What if the Creator never discriminated based on how people pray, and never instructed anyone that they were better than everybody else? What if that has always been a lie? And what if the horror of the domination enterprise, the globalist Great Reset we all detest, has grown out of another, centuries-old domination enterprise, built on a big political lie?
What if now is the time to realize that we can only defeat the Great Reset if we confront the dominator in ourselves, if we find the courage to stare into the abyss, and realize that our faith is strictly about our relationship with the divine, and it’s an internal sacred quest that illuminates our relationship with the world, and that it has never been a mission to convert or to be arrogant toward those who are not like us? And what if “the devil” is not those who pray differently but the politicians of all times who have blasphemously put the words into God’s mouth that God never said? And what if, say, the absurdity of the Pope selling the vax is not the first time in history when institutional people lied through their teeth about important things? I am not going to say a lot more. A lot of my ancestors were Christian, and I think they want the truth. We will all benefit from the truth.
The Creator has always been about love, and love has never been reserved for any political brand. Love is what the universe is made of. We don’t own God.
It is very scary to click “send” because I know that some may be triggered by this and start explaining to me that, “Tessa, I love you but let me explain how you are wrong.” I don’t think I am wrong. I think this is the most important thing I ever said, and the only way we can defeat the Great Reset. Branding has to go, and love has to drive our fight.