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How is the Mark, Light or Seal upon the forehead mentioned in different religions?

The Bible mentions the seal of God as the ultimate goal of faith. In Revelation, anyone lacking the Mark on the forehead is banished. Also, Jesus spoke about it time to time. If thine eye be awakened, thy whole body shall be flooded with Light and Fire (King Benjamin Version). I translated that verse myself. You can look it up, it’s said just like that in Greek. That describes the third eye. He mentions it again in various passages. Here’s another favorite: My yoke (yoke of mind with the Creator is yoga) is easy and my burden Light (the yoga carries Light in, a ‘burden’ on its shoulders). Light is sensed by the pineal gland, processed via the pituitary gland and seen by our visual cortex at lower brainwaves just before ultimate relaxation brainwave. So, this ‘Forehead Light’ is being referred to in this verse as well.

Is it also a goal in Islam to seal the forehead with a spiritual mark? I would like to know this for Hinduism and Judaism and any other religions as well. Attaining this seal is a goal in yoga. The middle of the forehead seems to be a very popular spot among religions. I believe awakening the third eye is a common thread among religions for this reason:

When there’s a discipline to follow, some kind of enlightenment enters (via the pineal gland) from a dimension other than our own. The LHC particle accelerator in Europe is being prepared to pull energy from nuclear reactions into the other dimension as you read this.
Every religion is a yoga because it suggests a discipline for everyone to follow. ‘Yoga means ‘union’ or ‘to yoke.’ Disciplines of the mind are taught in every religion and disciplining the mind are teachings of self-control, which unite a group of people together, which is what yoga is. This prepares the body to open the third eye (pineal gland about an inch into the brain, directly behing the middle of the brows. In order to bring more power to the religion so everyone in it may experience Heaven, evangelizing is needed.

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Ryan
7 years ago

Wow. This was the greatest find ever for me personally…because it just happened on 3-13-13 for me and I’ve had a really hard time explaining/describing it in terms that I, or anyone else, can understand or believe. Why? Because we’re so consumed with our “education” that we don’t even know where to start. I’ve had to work backwards from the experience in order to define it, while before I was religious, with the hope and belief in things. Now I KNOW. I literally saw a light for three days and…well, Awoke. I’ll leave it there, but it was the most… Read more »

todd
todd
7 years ago

didn’t the bible also mention that the seal of the living God would be in the saints forheads and didn’t Jesus say if thine eye be single your whole body will be filled with light

todd
todd
7 years ago

Didn’t the bible also mention the seal of God in the saints forheads and didn’t Jesus himself say that if your eye is single the whole body would be filled with light.

Milly
9 years ago

You give a misinformed impression of Revelation 14:9-11 9 A third angel followed them and said in a loud voice: “If anyone worships the beast and its image and receives its mark on their forehead or on their hand, 10 they, too, will drink the wine of God’s fury, which has been poured full strength into the cup of his wrath. They will be tormented with burning sulfur in the presence of the holy angels and of the Lamb. 11 And the smoke of their torment will rise for ever and ever. There will be no rest day or night… Read more »

Anonymous
Anonymous
9 years ago

In Hinduism, the tilaka or tilak is a mark worn on the forehead and other parts of the body. Tilaka may be worn on a daily basis or for special religious occasions only, depending on different customs. The tilaka symbolize the third eye, or mind’s eye, that is associated with many Hindu gods and the idea of meditation and spiritual enlightenment. In the past, tilakas were usually worn by Gods, priests, ascetics, or worshippers, but is now a common practice for most Hindus. It can express which Hindu tradition one follows. It may be made with sandalwood paste, ashes (vibhuti),… Read more »

Lyprith
Lyprith
9 years ago

In Paganism the ‘third eye’ is where the 6th chakra resides, it is responsible for intelligence and psychic power. Third eye chakra is associated with the pituitary gland, eyes, nose, ears and skeletal system. The brow chakra is directly related to your senses of sight and hearing. It has to do with perception. It is the seat of understanding that affects how we see the world we live in and how we make sense of what is being perceived. Balancing this chakra can help remove confusion or indecision and increase the ability to see clearly and make important distinctions. It’s… Read more »

Falmaata T
Falmaata T
9 years ago

Religion is based, I think, primarily and mainly upon fear. It is partly the terror of the unknown and partly, as I have said, the wish to feel that you have a kind of elder brother who will stand by you in all your troubles and disputes. Fear is the basis of the whole thing — fear of the mysterious, fear of defeat, fear of death. Fear is the parent of cruelty, and therefore it is no wonder if cruelty and religion have gone hand in hand. It is because fear is at the basis of those two things. In… Read more »

Imperio!
Imperio!
9 years ago

It’s just a scar, okay, it appeared when Voldemort failed to kill me.

Psht, get over it.

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