Haven't read the entire thread, but read enough to make a few comments none the less.
From the Website mentioned in the original post...
The Bible, the word of God, is very clear about the subject of heaven and hell. In this portion that we have just read, the Lord tells us
about two places: Heaven and Hell, the condemnation or the salvation. There is no intermediate place. Purgatory does not exist. Limbo does not
exist, where men exist for a while after they have departed from the Earth and then go to heaven; the Bible is very clear about that.
The "Lord." Who is this "Lord" that lorded over all of you Christians? I mean when you do the research, and no Christians has, you can easily see
that there was in fact many men called Jesus, and all were born to a virgin, and all were executed in like fashion. There is a wonderful website that
all Christian should read through, and open up those tightly closed minds for a few hours. Jesus Never
Here are two links from the site that pertains to this post:
What better explains a thousand different Jesuses than the single word: fiction.
A Brutal Superstition Spreads Across the World
I read through to fictions posted by the so called Spanish people, a people indoctrinated by the Catholics for how many years now?
We had just begun to know about God and His Word.
God's word again. Exactly when did God write a book for us to read and follow? The bible was written by men, not god, and everybody not mind
controlled by the dogma of the church knows this to be true. I have heard a few hold the bible up high and proclaim that it was written by God, but
upon questioning, they have to admit that men wrote it, but it was "divinely inspired." Just like every other good book. I had a preacher one time
told me that every book except the Bible was inspired by the Devil. At the time, thankfully, I happened to be reading
"Thirty Seconds Over
by Capitan Ted Lawson. I laid that book into he preacher's lap and asked him, "did the Devil inspire this book?" I had him dead to
rights, and he knew it.
This woman had no remorse for her sin. The Lord asked her, "Magdalena, why are you in this place?" She answered, "It didn't bother me to
steal from others. The only thing I cared about was having my jewelry and getting more expensive perfumes. I didn't care who I robbed, as long as I
Simply another attempt to label the Divine Feminine as a prostitute, a whore not worthy of an all male godhead. The Church, in it's infinite wisdom,
proceeded to murder about a million women because they were smarter that men, and knew thing men did not know.
Can't have that in an exclusive male dominated religion, can we now? In every women is the Divine Feminine, that is why we men love women, well, for
the most part, no insult to Gays intended, Christians hate you all anyway, and as far as I know only Wicca accepts everyone, regardless of how, or who
with they have sex with.
Originally posted by shai hulud
Well, I thought that's where all hippies go... Just kidding.
If this supposed vision of Christ had it out so hard for "drunkards", then why did he drink wine. Oh yeah this vision is from a group of kids in
Mexico....the same people who see the Virgin Mary in their toast and in a spot of mold on the wall. Don't get me wrong, I belive in God and Christ,
but this sounds like another work of propaganda to scare the kiddes away from beer and those evil homos
I like your style, shai hulud, I have added you as a friend. I happen to call myself one of those dirty hippies, but I take no offence, I have had
people cross the street to inform me I am going straight to Hell. Well, I had what is called an NDE a few years ago, and death is way different that
what people are led to believe. I damn sure do not wish to go to the Christian Heaven, the Biblical description is enough to scare me away.
The Christian Religion is wholly based on FEAR.
Fear God, fear the Devil, fear Demons, fear this and that, be afraid. Remember now, i used to
call myself a Christian, but not any more, I read the bibles, every one I could get my greedy little hands on, and researched Christianity to death.
See, I went on a quest, a quest to find the Holy Grail of
I spent ten years of my life studying early Christianity, for as a young man I happened to
come across an American Literature book from 1946, and in it I found a wonderful tale, and the more I studied on the story, the more in depth I got.
The true story of the Templar Knights is a fascinating story, and it happened. The last book I read on the Templars was
The Templars and the Grail:
Knights of the Quest
by Karen Ralls. I will not get into the story, many of you already know at least a part of it. The Templars found
something beneath Solomon's Temple, something that shook the Holy Roman church that the Templars got a mandate from the Church, and the Crown, and
suddenly became richer that anyone else. I, like many others believe strongly that what they found was the Bloodline of Christ. And evidence that
Christ was not a God incarnate at all, but just a married man who live a very long time, settled in France with his wife, Magdalena, who was in fact
an Egyptian, and the daughter of an Egyptian High Priest. Why else would the parent run off to Egypt, to show off the new grandchild, of course. Let
me see here, if that is true, and there is evidence that suggests it is, that would make Magdalena a Pagan, wouldn't it? What if it were her that
taught Christ the Magicks of Egypt, which by the way are not only real, but very powerful?
In my considered opinion, the story is more church propaganda to control the minds of Christians, and the sad thing is, it most likely will work on
many, enforce their belief in a fiery Hell that they are headed to as fast as they can run.
One last thing...I did find what I quested for, and no, I cannot tell anyone. Each must find it for themselves. You will never think the same way