Monday, July 13, 2015

Flag for Christian-Jewish Persons

A sizable population of persons born of distant religions is making up a larger portion of the world year by year, especially in the United States and Canada.  In the wake of these 'hybrid' persons we have here the Christian-Jewish flag.  This flag represents persons who have one Jewish parent and one Christian parent, or some ratio of this combo. 

The white cross represents the purity of spirit for these persons born of mixed Jewish and Christian faiths.  The red field represents the courage and the natural ability of these people to bring healing and love to their families and the world.   The twelve five-pointed stars represent the twelve tribes of Israel and the twelve disciples of Jesus.  Finally the six pointed star in the center is a proud reminder and badge of honor representing Jewish heritage. 
Persons born under these unique conditions have a connection to both spiritual worlds.  If you have a unilateral single minded point of view, it may seem perplexing that a person could be Jewish and Christian.  This situation is like a Spiritual Schrodinger's Cat's Conundrum.  A 'Chruish' individual can have a multilateral divine perception of Christ - in a quantum flux sort of way: as being a Divine Being and simultaneously an ordinary human.  However not every 'Chruish' person will have this ability. Some will choose a side, others will choose neither, and some will go elsewhere.  Others may have an obligate environmentally stimulated character, whereby they feel Christian around other Christians, or more Jewish around other Jews.  On the other hand, a few may be oppositely polarized feeling Jewish around Christians, and Christian around Jews.  It all depends, as you can make no assumptions on a person's faith.

If you happen to be a 'Half-Jew' you are not alone. Famous persons born under this flag include Bill Maher, Dorthy Parker, David Duchovny, Sarah Jessica Parker, Carly Simon, Matt Stone, Goldie Hawn, Paul Newman, Lenny Kravitz, and Courtney Love.

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