Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil
- Forbidden Fruit – lost innocence
- Evil is not necessary.
- Nescience of evil has no evil existing.
- This is innocence.
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If you are not innocent, you are guilty, but guilty of what? A violation against Law. What Law? Natural Moral Law! What happens when you are guilty of violating Natural Law and lose your innocence? You are creating in an aspect of evil. Nescience of evil is gone. You now have Knowledge of Good and Evil, as evil now is manifested and the comparison between what is good and what is evil can be made. All knowledge comes with comparing similarities and differences. If you do not engage in this process of acknowledging the diversity, multiplicity and variability of universe, creation, existence, reality, then everything is all the same and you can’t operate in existence. Good and Evil is one dualistic conceptual framework for discerning reality. If there was no evil existing through manifested actions, we would not be aware of it and could not compare good to evil. Good would simply be the natural state that always is. It would just be what is, and maybe we could call that “good” or another word to describe the natural state.
The fruit was symbolic of a Law from creation. Once the Law was broken, innocence was betrayed, nescience was shattered, and knowledge of good and evil took root. Knowledge of good and evil negates nescience of evil. Now, instead of blind innocence of nescience of evil, we have to choose to not do evil. Free Will Choice. Obey the Law, or face the consequences of your actions. Reap what you Sow. Truth or Consequence. Be Right, or Go Wrong.