Spiritual Quest Though Music



All men are born inherently wrong (mentally) by way of the tree of knowledge (sin). They distribute these wrongs among other men and spread it like a disease through wrongful teaching’s. The inherent nature of ignorance (that is a bi-product of sin) is to feed deception to the minds of all who are of it (ignorance, sin, tree of knowledge)….


Religions have been used as tools of destruction for kings to achieve their goals of obtaining power over the ignorant. These powers could not work if the people knew the magic trick of deception used to deceive them. This is where Pistis comes in.


The only thing ALL men must seek throughout their entire life on this globe is, Absolute Truth. The very TRUTH Christ represented. Hence the reason he was and still is the Way, the Truth and the Life and ultimately, his understanding


These truth’s extend to all scopes of mankind , not limited to religion or politics but even extending into the spiritual realm where true freedom resides in our everyday life we willfully choose to partake in. The only way to have true freedom is through the mind of man through TRUE PISTIS (FAITH).

To have a LOVE for TRUTH is to know LOVE.


To remain in the wrongness of sin is to remain possessed by the darkness Christ spoke of. This truth in and of it’s self is designed to shine the light of truth and true freedom into the mind of the ones willing to take possession of it. This is freewill freeing you.


Spiritual Quest Through Music is all based on TRUTHS revealed to the open mind and the recognition of it. Willing to capture and incorporate these truths to set any man free who chooses to see or receive it. All lessons of life through it came through pistis and completely understanding what pistis is and how it works in our lives. Christ exemplified this to us but sin kept us from understanding it.


Pistis (Faith) and hamartano (sin) are exact opposites and one leads to the path of destruction through its darkness and the other to the freedom we seek in these truths as we instinctively and intuitively read the promptings of it. Sin is the path of the wrongness that convinces us to believe in false truths that we lean on wholeheartedly as facts, when in fact they are products of deception and the facade that becomes us.


The FATHER Christ tried to teach us of has the power to use all things for the greater good of his will. This will, is to bring us to the level of understanding of his SON. To get to this level, you must be awake and willing to receive his TRUTHS. If you do not know pistis, you are asleep and you cannot know his truths. A closed minded person has no Church and gains nothing. But an open minded person feeds his own soul and raptures daily.








The credence of truth is all we seek and our FATHER reveals it through all things at all times for those awake in pistis that can perceive or decipher the difference of worldly vs. Spiritual understanding through pistis, NOT SIN! This will produce the same cause and effect on the minds of those willing to possess this light as it did on and in Christ who revealed to us and told us, “Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father”. To believe on Christ, is to lay his mind on yours and yours on his and become one in the same. There is no limitation to the way our FATHER will talk to us through everything, if one has engaged him in pistis. His language is not one taught but learned by experiential knowing from within the Church, Christ mind, our mind uniting to his.


Worldly teachings from the side of sin have kept us from rising higher to his understanding. In the ignorance of all of this resides power and control for the ones in positions of power to prey upon the unknowing and structure societies around this ignorance. All in the end is a cause and effect that keeps us from this personal individual growth. This is all the inner workings of satan and sin (exact opposite of our FATHER through pistis) and the blindness he pours upon our mind to contaminate our brain. In other words, we are crowned by satans knowledge through the involvement (ignorantly) we partake in. In this involvement is a divorce (adultery) that takes place away from our FATHER. We fornicate against him in the bi-products of the “sin taught mind” that keeps us from our FATHERS goal, which is to achieve Christ’s understanding. Remain deceived or divorced and you are sure to never know the light from this darkness stand point.


This creed is written and designed to shine the light of truth onto and into any man who receives it in its entirety and processes it to achieve Christ’s understanding first and foremost. Knowing this is the goal, it takes knowing the truth of the darkness being spoken to complete all aspects of the process and its entirety. We realize that we were never meant to stop learning/growing in the light of truth unto our FATHER as he continually rises our soul from the dead or death of sin that was spoken of in the beginning. Always seek truth through pistis and forever receive Christ’s understanding unto eternity.


As a human living in this way you find that instincts and intuitions that were once dumbed down start to come back to life and arise as well, as our FATHER sharpens our skills and abilities in the way he helps us recognize every facet of himself within us. In the structure of the Spiritual Quest Through Music, you will find yourself as you find Christ’s Understanding. Its all in the way he structures our mind as one in himself through FAITH/PISTIS.

Age of reason

Age of Reason

by Thomas Paine

Age of Reason, Part First, Section 1

IT has been my intention, for several years past, to publish my thoughts upon religion. I am well aware of the difficulties that attend the subject, and from that consideration, had reserved it to a more advanced period of life. I intended it to be the last offering I should make to my fellow-citizens of all nations, and that at a time when the purity of the motive that induced me to it, could not admit of a question, even by those who might disapprove the work.

The circumstance that has now taken place in France of the total abolition of the whole national order of priesthood, and of everything appertaining to compulsive systems of religion, and compulsive articles of faith, has not only precipitated my intention, but rendered a work of this kind exceedingly necessary, lest in the general wreck of superstition, of false systems of government, and false theology, we lose sight of morality, of humanity, and of the theology that is true.

As several of my colleagues and others of my fellow-citizens of France have given me the example of making their voluntary and individual profession of faith, I also will make mine; and I do this with all that sincerity and frankness with which the mind of man communicates with itself.

I believe in one God, and no more; and I hope for happiness beyond this life.

I believe in the equality of man; and I believe that religious duties consist in doing justice, loving mercy, and endeavoring to make our fellow-creatures happy.

But, lest it should be supposed that I believe in many other things in addition to these, I shall, in the progress of this work, declare the things I do not believe, and my reasons for not believing them.

I do not believe in the creed professed by the Jewish church, by the Roman church, by the Greek church, by the Turkish church, by the Protestant church, nor by any church that I know of. My own mind is my own church.

All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish, Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and monopolize power and profit.

I do not mean by this declaration to condemn those who believe otherwise; they have the same right to their belief as I have to mine. But it is necessary to the happiness of man, that he be mentally faithful to himself. Infidelity does not consist in believing, or in disbelieving; it consists in professing to believe what he does not believe.

It is impossible to calculate the moral mischief, if I may so express it, that mental lying has produced in society. When a man has so far corrupted and prostituted the chastity of his mind, as to subscribe his professional belief to things he does not believe, he has prepared himself for the commission of every other crime. He takes up the trade of a priest for the sake of gain, and in order to qualify himself for that trade, he begins with a perjury. Can we conceive any thing more destructive to morality than this?

Soon after I had published the pamphlet Common Sense, in America, I saw the exceeding probability that a revolution in the system of government would be followed by a revolution in the system of religion. The adulterous connection of church and state, wherever it had taken place, whether Jewish, Christian, or Turkish, had so effectually prohibited by pains and penalties, every discussion upon established creeds, and upon first principles of religion, that until the system of government should be changed, those subjects could not be brought fairly and openly before the world; but that whenever this should be done, a revolution in the system of religion would follow. Human inventions and priestcraft would be detected; and man would return to the pure, unmixed and unadulterated belief of one God, and no more.

Every national church or religion has established itself by pretending some special mission from God, communicated to certain individuals. The Jews have their Moses; the Christians their Jesus Christ, their apostles and saints; and the Turks their Mahomet, as if the way to God was not open to every man alike.

Each of those churches show certain books, which they call revelation, or the word of God. The Jews say, that their word of God was given by God to Moses, face to face; the Christians say, that their word of God came by divine inspiration: and the Turks say, that their word of God (the Koran) was brought by an angel from Heaven. Each of those churches accuse the other of unbelief; and for my own part, I disbelieve them all.

As it is necessary to affix right ideas to words, I will, before I proceed further into the subject, offer some other observations on the word revelation. Revelation, when applied to religion, means something communicated immediately from God to man.

No one will deny or dispute the power of the Almighty to make such a communication, if he pleases. But admitting, for the sake of a case, that something has been revealed to a certain person, and not revealed to any other person, it is revelation to that person only. When he tells it to a second person, a second to a third, a third to a fourth, and so on, it ceases to be a revelation to all those persons. It is revelation to the first person only, and hearsay to every other, and consequently they are not obliged to believe it.

It is a contradiction in terms and ideas, to call anything a revelation that comes to us at second-hand, either verbally or in writing. Revelation is necessarily limited to the first communication — after this, it is only an account of something which that person says was a revelation made to him; and though he may find himself obliged to believe it, it cannot be incumbent on me to believe it in the same manner; for it was not a revelation made to me, and I have only his word for it that it was made to him.

When Moses told the children of Israel that he received the two tables of the commandments from the hands of God, they were not obliged to believe him, because they had no other authority for it than his telling them so; and I have no other authority for it than some historian telling me so. The commandments carry no internal evidence of divinity with them; they contain some good moral precepts, such as any man qualified to be a lawgiver, or a legislator, could produce himself, without having recourse to supernatural intervention.[NOTE 1]


  1. It is, however, necessary to except the declaration which says that God visits the sins of the fathers upon the children; it is contrary to every principle of moral justice.