Hello again, Soren, I am not sure what you are implying here. Yes, there is a clear warning in Buddhism, not Christianity, regarding false claims of enlightenment. When it became evident within the Buddhist community that I had acquired spiritual gifts, charisms, jhana-nimitta, I was marginalized by the meditation teachers and Buddhist priests in this region claiming that I had "fallen for the powers."
My point all along in these 12 years of going public on my spiritual attainments was not to dazzle people with my accomplishments, but to point out that there are many within the contemplative community, who are acquiring such attainments, and these attainments, spiritual gifts, charisms, jhana-nimitta, are normal and natural product of leading a rigorous, self-aware, ethical contemplative life.
Whereas, I have met Buddhist monks/priests who thought that all they had to do was put on the robes to be enlightened. And, there are several Buddhist priests who still today have a great deal of followers; whereas those Buddhist monks/priests were notorious for drugs, sex, greed, etc.
So, Soren, the injunction against claiming enlightenment, and avoiding the "powers" is more typically used by the fraudulent meditation teachers and priests to marginalize the genuinely enlightened.