posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 02:04 AM
Except that I said WITHOUT rage, anger, or vengeance.
And all the other assumptions made there.
I know about Mystery Babylon and what it signifies, know about the Queen of Heaven, about Isis and Oriris, the whole kit and caboodle. And I know what
God admires, and what He does not. His power was demonstrated in the leading of His people in and out of Egypt, differentiating Himself from that
system in the process, and again in giving the law (of condemnation) paving the way for the final Magnum Opus and Great Work of the Ages revealed at
the cross of Jesus Christ, and then completed, victorious, in the resurrection power of the new life/new creation. And I have seen the kingdom of
light and love, and there is no hell in it.
Typically, I would not advocate for vandalism under any circumstances, and certainly never voilance of any kind. But in this case, a little vandalism,
as a symbolic act in light of the Revelation of Christ, would be entirely appropriate.
Who's showing their hatred, anger, and bias here, me? I don't think so.
We ought to be real clear what we are for, and what we stand against.
I understand The Revelation. And I think I also understand why my post provoked such a vitriolic reaction as well.
Buddy, I eat from the tree of life and drink freely from the water of life, and there is no hell in paradise.
Hell and death comes from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, and from the law of should and shouldn't.
Choose life, and live under grace, which can only come from above, from the incorruptible center and source of life, where life meets life in truth
and righteousness, in justice, and mercy.
Sure man must face his demons, and do his shadow work, but at the same time, we of ourselves cannot engineer our own salvation, and the true stature
of man, while designed to contain the spirit of God and to reflect the image of God, nevertheless, to remain standing, must function in terms of an
authentic I-thou love relationship, and be founded on the rock.
Like I said, I was simply advocating for a symbolic act, a "drama" if you will which is highly meaningful and significant, simple as that. It's not
what one might ASSUME at first glance. There is no anger, nor vengeance in it - just a demonstration, perhaps meaningful only to me and the rock
No need to freak out on me, or attempt to frame me as if I'm in hell for opposing that which is opposed to the One Holy God who, praise God, is
uncompromisingly Good and Righteous, even to the nth degree.
I'm happy, and stick by what I posted - gave it a lot of thought and consideration before making such a suggestion in fact.
It's all good. In fact, it's so good, you can leave the bitch there, as a present reminder to all future generations what system opposes God on
earth, and why these things are on open display. To lead us to salvation? The Queen Whore of Babylon? That doesn't wash. Sorry.
P.S. Ever wonder why the Roman Catholic Priest offers 10 heil Mary's in forgivness?
And what did Jesus say whenhe was told that his mother and siblings were waiting and wanting to talk to him when he cruised back through town?
[edit on 21-2-2009 by OmegaPoint]