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Rich Canadian Witches in Helicopters Kill Cattle

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posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 05:48 AM
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Yes, there are some cults out there who practice Santeria and other rituals that involve animal sacrifice. Most of these do, in fact, kill the animal humanely - probably more humanely than the ones most of us eat. And most of these groups also consume the meat of the animals, so they're really not doing anything worse than anyone else who eats meat.

Many Christians extremists consider anything other than their religion to be "of the devil", so they make no distinction between Satanism, Paganism, Wicca, Devil-worship (not the same thing as Satanism), and so on. Any spirits these other folks encounter are automatically considered demons, and couldn't possibly be angels, deities, or anything but evil.




posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 07:40 AM
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That is simple because according to Christian Dogma there is only one God, anything outside of that is either made by man or made by the fallen angles. Angles themselves only work on behalf of God, and certainly do not start their own religions, and there are no other deities in Christianity outside of God himself. I am pretty sure that Christianity is not the only Monotheistic Religion on the Planet.



posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 08:12 AM
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On a lighter note, somewhere I came across several stories on cattle mutilation at one point in time, which all seemed to coincide with each other. I am pretty sure that one of those stories was on some investigation show on LTC/Dicovery/Sci-Fi/etc. the others were actual news stories I can no longer find. At the time I was left with the very distinct impression that the military were the ones to blame in quite a few instances.

Now, why would the military want to be mutilating cows and collecting their soft tissue? The reason is because radiation collects in those tissues, and most of the mutilations were going on in areas downwind from the fallout of the old nuclear tests. Therefore, they were actually collecting tissues to analyze them for contamination, but couldn't do it publicly without causing a panic among the residents of those areas. Besides the panic caused, they would also be getting sued by every person there who ever came down with cancer, or any other serious life altering disease. It seems to make much more sense then witches, UFO’s, aliens, and that kind of thing. Occam’s Razor.



Here in Arkansas with an extremely high rate of radiation induced cancers, the survivors of these cancers asked me to find the source of radiation that caused their cancers. Radioactive fallout from the 1950's nuclear weapons tests in Nevada and New Mexico spread throughout most of the nation. But the hottest spots were in the Midwest and Northwest, according to government projections.

The hot spots in ARKANSAS are BAXTER, BENTON, FULTON, INDEPENDENCE, JACKSON, MADISON, and WASHINGTON counties.

Data, was compiled by the National Cancer Institute as part of a federal study over a decade ago. It was the first to show high exposure rates outside Nevada and Utah. Some of the highest doses of fallout were received by milk drinking children here in Arkansas. The fallout contaminated the grass which the dairy cows ate, and the radiation was concentrated in the milk.

From earlier studies, exposure rates were highest in 12 states east and north of the Nevada desert: Arkansas, Missouri,Nevada,Utah, Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Idaho, Montana, and Colorado. Thousands contracted radiation induced cancers.

Because the total exposure was tied to such factors as weather patterns and milk-consumption rates, some hot spots, were isolated. Here in Arkansas most of us know how a thunderstorm can rain on one side of the street and the other side of the street be dry. Also at the time of the fallout there were a lot of milk cows and dairies here in Arkansas.

Exposure in hot spot counties was average up to 160 rads for children. At 10 rads exposure the Federal government recommends people be monitored by a doctor. Adults averaged 16 rads, and neither children nor adults were monitored or informed of their exposure.

Not wanting to raise fears or anxiety or be paid federal compensation for the high exposure of fallout like the residents of Utah were, Arkansas with high exposure of fallout and other states were put on the back burner. Maybe the thought was if they don't know about it, by time they find out most of the cancer victims will be deceased.



The examination of certain organs taken from herbivorous animals would allow the evaluation of the degree of ground radiation in those regions where the wind had scattered gigantic radioactive clouds. In January 1993, a report by the American Agency for the Protection of the Environment confirmed the necessity of exercising some control over the animals destined for consumption which had been grazing near to the sites at risk from contamination such as former zones of nuclear testing, uranium mines and waste facilities.

This control test needed to be done on blood and removed organs. Why not discreetly remove these organs in the abattoirs? It has been suggested that the animals should perhaps first of all be given an injection and be marked before proceeding with the removal of organs at a later time, but up to now that has remained speculative.



posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 08:16 AM
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...and why, oh why, would such rich Canadians cross the border into the US and create that much more fuss? We have the odd cow over this-away, too, eh?

Now here's the facts...it was a UFO, not a helicopter, and the denizens only said they were Canadian...French-Canadian, perhaps?

And if they wore pointy hats...well then:




posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 08:30 AM
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Originally posted by defcon5
and there are no other deities in Christianity outside of God himself.


What happened to Jesus and the Holy Spirit?

You do realize that in paganism, the pantheons (gods) are simply a specific facet of the one creator (a focus point of one aspect). Same as Jesus and the Holy Spirit being a facet of the Holy Trinity.

So, to say that paganism is not monotheistic while Christianity is, is not entirely accurate.

As far as the topic of this thread. I'm in agreement with most on here. If they are rich enough to have silent black helicopters, one would think they would be rich enough to own some cattle.

[edit on 30-10-2009 by Nutter]



posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 08:34 AM
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Not exactly. Would you consider your arm to be a separate person from the rest of you, or your soul? The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God, and Christ is the Word of God made flesh. They are not three separate beings, they are considered to be one and the same.



posted on Oct, 30 2009 @ 08:38 AM
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Originally posted by defcon5
Not exactly. Would you consider your arm to be a separate person from the rest of you, or your soul? The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God, and Christ is the Word of God made flesh. They are not three separate beings, they are considered to be one and the same.


Would you call the hair on your head a seperate person from the hair on your toes? It is the exact same with paganism. All gods are just a facet of the one true creator. They are not seperate beings.

Also, if Jesus is not a seperate being from God, then why did he pray to God? Did he like talking to himself?



posted on Nov, 9 2009 @ 10:49 AM
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Re: all pagans believe in ONE creator

That's not completely true - in that there is hard polytheism and soft. What you speak of is a soft polytheism.
There are pagans who are hard polytheists.

[edit on 9-11-2009 by hadriana]



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