posted on Nov, 28 2004 @ 01:36 PM
...I've been going to churches all my life, despite the culture in which I grew up--atheist materialist with an emphasis on dialectics.
...So, all tolled, I've been a "member" of about fifteen congregations in three different denominations of Christian and one of Jews.
...What they all had/have in common is prayer--individual and assembled group prayers. And there is something else they had IN common. They had NO
KNOWLEDGE of the conspiracies swirling around this nation from 1947 onward.
...Now that's interesting; because abductions have been a problem all this time; kidnappings and the number of missing children and adults--
...Mind control is also solidly substantiated in military and civilian/medical journals and writings.
...Yet, NONE of these practices or events have EVER TOUCHED ANYBODY in ANY of the churches to which I have EVER belonged.
...How ODD. Statistically, this is impossible. Churches must be doing something to FEND OFF certain experiences--LIKE those--
...articulated in this very detailed account of conspiracy and abuse of humans and others.
...None of this--STUFF--has ever happened among the people I know and with whom I rub elbows at church. None. Ever.
...The conclusion I come to here is: Perhaps PRAYER in and of itself is much more powerful than we ever even imagined, for keeping ourselves out of
...What's your take on it? Has PRAYER saved you from some AWFUL experiences?
[edit on 28-11-2004 by Emily_Cragg]