Not biased. I just refuse to read anything from religious sites who take things out of context. )
Can you explain which of those quotes are out of context?
Careful, according to the bible there are beings that have thousands of years of experience in manipulating and deceiving human minds. They are
experts in pushing buttons, knowing what to say and when to say it regarding which specific target humans, they also target whole groups at once.
According to the bible they are also capable of possessing humans that engage in acts of spiritism (or other doorways of behaviour they can enter
through). If such a possessed human were to be so inclined to make comments on ATS, who's to stop them? Christians are adviced to turn away from
I'm making no conclusions, assumptions, claims or implications towards specific individuals, just wanted to leave a reminder. I'm sure that on its own
is already sufficient reason for many people to disregard anything I have to say (perhaps even ridicule it and twist it in such a way to paint the
'phobomancy' or 'victim of phobomancy' picture on me), but then again, for those people I didn't have much credit to begin with anyway. For anyone who
is willing to contemplate at least the possibility of the existence of demons, you may want to take it one step further and consider what activities
they would have preference for (and which kind of threads and forums on ATS they would flock to, to continue doing what the bible describes that they
are doing to humankind, as much as they can influence in terms of human thinking, including their methods to discourage any serious considerations
regarding their existence).
Phobomancy: superstituous fear or phobia; the use of fear and evil to manipulate the minds and actions of others, i.e.
the hellfire doctrine. Discussed below under
point 25 at 22:08:
Amateur hour might be over, not sure, but I'm considering it anyway, just don't want to imply it while still mentioning it (cause I know the type of
response with the paintjob and ridicule for even merely suggesting that people could consider it one day that these beings are present and making
comments on ATS; according to the bible, there are millions of them and since they have been cast out of heaven, their operations are confined to the
earth, meaning all of them are now here increasing their efforts cause as the bible says regarding this period, they only have a short period of time
left to do their thing and prove
their point, see Revelation 12:12, why shouldn't they be there
where people are contemplating their origin, the purpose of life, God's existence, and these types of touchy subjects that are vital to resisting
their influence on mankind, according to the bible; it's a great way to ridicule the bible in the process that warns for them and gives some details
as to what types of comments to expect from them to help with any analysis and consideration whether one is really talking to the human part of
someone or whatever entered their minds). You might even want to contemplate ratios if we're talking millions vs a limited number of online forums
speaking about subjects such as religion, theology, our origin, purpose of life, God's existence and the worldviews and philosophies related to these
subjects. I'm not saying you should expect them all to flock towards these types of forums, cause encouraging or nurturing apathy regarding these
subjects is another major tool used, which is best done by getting people to talk about other subjects, things like Aliens, Politics, Social Issues
and Civil Unrest, the latest Breaking 'News', conspiracies, Current Events (of little consequence concerning the earlier mentioned topics), mysterious
subjects, what is passed of as the latest "Science", Technology, or just useless chitchat, music, sports, whatever captivates people's attention and
keeps them busy; also see the text under my name.
Note the point made about the concept of "distraction" (in relation to what I just said about "encouraging or nurturing apathy" at 1:12 below:
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