In doing this post I feel I must say that I know this can be a sensitive topic. I feel a form of caution even doing it because I understand the sensitivity that is tied to personal belief systems. I am giving you strictly what I see..
Q. Who is Jesus Christ? Should he be worshiped? Why do Christians worship him? Is that the way he looked as depicted to us?
A. When I focus on this, what I see is that he was a great man. He has special abilities in that he was very connected to his higher self. In a sense he was very intuitive and was "psychic." His connection with the collective consciousness, higher power (some call this higher power or universal knowledge or oneness, God) were very strong. Visually he was a normal man, but he had a unique ability to see and understand things with a lot of clarity, so much clarity that he was said to be the son of God because of his connection on a spiritual level.
Q. Should he (Jesus) be worshiped?
A. When I put his image in my mind and ask that, I see him shake his head no. I try to pry more, and it is because he was truly a humble man with a special gift that he wanted to give people. He cared and loved people, genuinely. He was real, honest and just wanted to make this place on earth better. He feels honored to keep his memory alive, but the word "worship" almost seems too much.
Christians worship him because of his sacrifice. He was real, his story as he existed on earth was (mostly) real, they saw him attempt to share his gifts of enlightenment, and he was punished for that (it intimidated the powers at be). It was so powerful, they couldn't not share his story (they were compelled to share it!).
I also see that part of the worship was out of fear because he did have special gifts, and viewed as how people see "seers" on tv now. They thought his death would somehow bring down a wrath on those that didn't show their respect and appreciation. I get that some of the stories have been embellished to make him even more than he was, but the base foundation of who he was is very true.
Q. Thank you very much for you attention to all. When one reads this headline: "Pope Francis 'stuns' congregation by confessing to an 'ordinary' priest" do you get the feeling it is just another one for the show? Thank You again!
A. When I focus on this, I get that these are some of the feelings Pope Francis has on his own self. He is trying to express some humility, and relate himself to his followers. The Pope views himself as a man that is married to his religion, but he doesn't think he is better than other people for it (but I get he enjoys the following and he views it as an honor). I wouldn't say it was "show" but rather him being humble as a way to connect and built trust in his followers (and possibly build up his following.).
A. I see Joseph Smith as a normal man. I get that he meditated or prayed in hopes of connecting to something bigger than what was here on earth. I also get that he found a connection through a spiritual conduit. I don't necessarily see that when he did make that connection it was with Jesus or Angels (when I get that type of connection I usually see something beautiful or a white light) but rather something in the form of an ET (I see an image of "ET" which is my mental symbol for alien life). The connection was strong, even though I see it as mental only and not in a physical connection sense. During that mental connection he received a message that he wrote down. He (after the spiritual event) sat and deciphered the message and put it into words that he later could share with people.
I see the reason as why the Book of Mormon accompanies the bible and isn't a bible itself is because it is a completely source of information coming from different place. The bible are stories as they were recorded as they were remembered. Then I get a message about "history is only remembered and retold by those that write the books." Then, I hear that even with all the interpretation of the bible, so much was left out.
Polygamy...I see that part of the perpetuation of this belief was to either convert people, or have people be born into it. I see that polygamy was a way to increase the population while still having the unity and responsibilities of a family base. One man could have several women pregnant at once, versus being loyal to one woman and have one child at a time. They were boosting the population in order to increase the religious base.
Q. Is there really a prime creator God among all other gods?Does he look like a tall human being with Trishul/Trident in his hand,very long uncombed hair,wearing a snake in his neck,known by the name "Shiva", in his manifested form?Then is there, Brahma(Creator god),Vishnu(Preserver) god as depicted in Hindu Mythology?
As far as giving the prime creator physical characteristics, I can't really see any. The image is light, energy and heat / warmth. These other people may have seen something different from me, but for now I can't confirm or deny what they are saying.
That is all I have for now. Thank you. It is 7:40 AM.