What is the war between Good and Evil? Or the war between the D-evil and G(o)od.
“The war between light and darkness” is the time of light where mostly good things happen (e.g. growth of life and sustenance at daytime) and the time of darkness where bad things happen (e.g. the presence of predators at nighttime).
The Sun the Light
The symbolic story about the war between the Sun and prince of darkness at night (Set, prince of darkness of ancient Egypt) It does get dark at Sun-set. In the morning the Sun comes back, because he promised he would return, that is why he is called the risen saviour, that is when we see the sun-rise, and that is when he is your risen saviour in the morning from predation. The story of Jesus in the New Testament is a symbolic story about you and the world around you (the Microcosm and the Macrocosm). The war between light and darkness on the earth is also taking place within you. Between intelligent and spiritual enlightenment and the darkness of ignorance. Knowledge and truth is love, ignorance is stemmed from fear. The principle of light and fear in the Microcosm (Within you) reflects in the Macrocosm (Around you on earth) as light and darkness. Like light and darkness, love and fear are not opposites or a dichotomy. Love is Light, because light is all there is, it is truth. Fear is darkness, because darkness is not a real phenomenon, it is not truth (which is why darkness is associated with the absence of truth). Darkness is simply the absence of Light, which are all the colours within the visible colour spectrum between infrared and ultraviolet that we can perceive with our naked eyes. All that our naked eyes cannot perceive (outside of the infrared and ultraviolet) we call darkness, because our eyes cannot observe the colours outside of the colour spectrum. Light is there, light is truth, light is love, and the lack thereof is darkness, fear, and the absence of truth. Which is why we are awakened during the day when there is light, and we are asleep during nighttime when it’s dark. This is simply alluding to the same principle, that when we stand with truth, with light, with love, we are awakened. When we stand with ignorance, with darkness, with fear, we are asleep. Which is also why we describe someone whom is very well-read and intelligent as bright and brilliant. Because they are full of light, shining in the darkness. And when someone like that explains a fact that you were in the dark about, you say it dawned on you, and you begin to see what they’re saying, because they shined light on the subject and now you can see it with your naked eyes.
The death of the Light
Jesus was tried at night, he was found guilty, and he was sentenced to death. Firstly, In the ancient reference works, it was not appropriate to hold night courts, because it is suspicious and many people cannot be present there to hear what the case is and what case was made. Therefor it has to be done at daytime. Still, why does this sound so illogical if it were done in the real world? Like many stories in the New Testament. Because they are allegories, they are alluding to a metaphor, and not a true occurrence. In this case, the metaphor is when someone is very brilliant and bright, is very educated on a particular subject and they are talking to you and are trying to educate you, they are trying to enlighten you when you are in the dark. As someone intelligent tries to educate you and explain something to you, what do you do? In your mind you are hearing this person trying to enlighten you, you are trying him, you are trying to decide whether this person is as intelligent as he sounds, and you try to see if he is telling the truth. By doing so you are holding a court, and you are judging the person in your mind. You are trying to make a decision about this person. In the story it was said that Jesus was taken to the Temple. This temple is not referring to a temple in the physical world, but the temple on the side of your head, in your mind. You are holding court on this person and what they’re saying in your temple. And when you judged the person, by means of logical fallacies for instance, denying what they’re saying because of how they’re dressed or what they look like, what his status might be in society, etc. You have judged the person, and you have declined him/her. In doing so you have put to death the Sun/Son, the light of the world, the light, in your mind. You put him to death in your mind. Which is why Jesus was put to death in Golgotha which means the place of the skull. God’s Sun, the light of the world, died in Golgotha. This is a symbolic metaphor for Jesus, the light, the Sun, representing the truth, someone trying to tell you the truth in your life and you unrightfully declining it because you judged the person based on logical fallacy instead of fact.
As Above so Below
It was said that Jesus, the light, the Sun, turned the other cheek. This is not alluding to a literal mechanism of action, of him literally turning the other cheek. It is referring to the act of persistence. The light, the Sun, is persistent. It keeps coming (in the Macrocosm). And it should be the same with us (in the Microcosm). When the light, the key of truth is rejected, you have to stay persistent. You should never stop spreading it, you should never stop handing the key. You should never stop spreading the light. Food crop growth is dependent upon the light. Similarly, spiritual growth in knowledge is dependent upon the light, is dependent upon you. As above so Below.
If you understand the nature of allegory, you will understand the esoteric meaning of any given story of the ancient past. Because Allegory and symbolism was the modus operandi of the ancient world. The boundaries and repercussions of the ancient world prevented people to be able to spread the secrets of the Universe, the secrets of your own being, and the Laws of Nature. Which is why the ancient teachings reverted to symbolism and Occultism (From the Latin Occultàre; to hide, conceal, occult). Obscurations have prevented people from understanding this ancient body of knowledge, and have convinced people to view the allegories and symbolic works of the ancients as literal occurrences which happened outside of yourself, when in fact, they are talking about you, and your life on earth, to help you to understand yourself and understand the world around you (the Microcosm and the Macrocosm). Bereft of this understanding; that the Macrocosm will always reflect the Microcosm, people will continue to fail in it’s endeavours to change the world (the Macrocosm) if they do not know their own self (the Microcosm).