Thursday, July 28, 2011

piglipstick: Keeping The Sheep Squabbling About Religion

From Nolocontendere at piglipstick, this item with comments on objections by atheists concerning a cross at the September 11th Museum at ground zero: piglipstick: Keeping The Sheep Squabbling About Religion.

Not a Christian myself and anti-state/society installed appeasements to religions, I agree with the atheist's position -- almost. They are at least requesting that if the cross isn't removed, then have other religions represented. But I'm not an atheist either.

Nolocontendere makes good points. In speaking of religious symbols, be they cross or something else:
I so do despise all the false justifications to bring yet more division to the people with these cult symbols. Because that's all it is -symbolic red flags to yank emotional chains. This 'provide comfort' canard is the most sickening of all phrases. It's a denigrating, condescending insult that our overlords constantly use to insinuate that the empty crap they do is always of positive benefit to citizens, a la "Bush/Obama to visit flood ravaged county to provide comfort". It's a made up marketing phrase that pretends to read the minds of people to justify the power institutions have over them. "Pope provides comfort to millions on Easter Sunday".

Friday, July 15, 2011

On Paratopia: Marian Apparitions Are Real!

Kevin Cook author of Marian Apparitions Are Real! is guest on Paratopia with Jeremy Vaeni and Jeff Ritzmann. I haven't listened yet (out of town and WiFi connection is iffy) but can't wait.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Helter Skelter and Rosemary's Baby

I found this interesting, because, being from L.A. I remember with great clarity the day the murders happened (I was 15, living in Topanga Canyon) as well as the impact of Rosemary's Baby (at the time, that was very scary stuff!) But it doesn't stop there: Jimmy Page, Marianne Faithful, the Masons, Satan of course, Atlantis and so much more are part of the great Illuminati Satanist plan.Paul Drockton M.A.: Helter Skelter and Rosemary's Baby

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Jesus is a Vine

KINSTON, N.C. (AP) — The Gospel of John quotes Jesus as saying "I am the true vine," and some folks in eastern North Carolina think they may have witnessed a literal demonstration.
A utility pole about a mile south of Kinston has attracted attention in the last week or so from people who say the kudzu clinging to it resembles the image of Jesus on the cross.
Holy Kudzu! Vine in NC Town Said to Resemble Jesus -

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Philip Coppens: The Lourdes of America

Philip Coppens on a "The Lourdes of America," a sacred spot in Chimayo, New Mexico. Native Amercian history and sacred beliefs, and a "veneer of Christianity" intermingle to add strange and powerful energies at this place. Interesting aspects are the physical ones, reminding me of the deserts where contactees met UFO occupants. Even though, according to Coppens, no Marian apparitions have taken place at Chimayo, it is nonetheless considered holy and magical because of the red sand, or clay, that is believed to be infused with healing properties:

The tiny town of Chimayo was founded in 1740 as a type of penal colony for Hispanic troublemakers. In Tewa, the word “tsimayo” means “good flaking stone”, and it was indeed an obsidian quarry used by the Native Americans that gave the town its name. But today, it is not its quarry that for which Chimayo is famous. Chimayo is a place of miracles – which is why it is known as the Lourdes of America, for the number of miracles that have been witnessed here. However, the origins of the miracles are not linked to any apparition of the Virgin Mary, but to a left-over of the Native American religion: the so-called sacred dirt.
The earth itself is a tool or instrument of power.