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Originally posted by Wandering Scribe
reply to post by strangedays
I - Thou shalt have no other God before me: the Lord refers to himself as "Elohim," a plural, indicative of multiple gods as seen in Sumer and Babylon where a group known as the Anunnaki ruled.
II - Thou shalt not make idols: cathedrals, necklace crucifixes, statues of Christ and the saints, paintings of Biblical figures and events. God is the source behind a lot of modern idolatry.
III - Do not take the Lord's name in vain: admittedly, God does a good job of not breaking this one.
IV - Remember the Sabbath, keep it holy: Sunday is church day. Every good Christian goes to church on Sunday where they take part in the works of the Lord. Additionally, many Christian services are available, open, and working the entire weekend (to account for all the possible Sabbath days).
V - Honor thy father and thy mother: God does not honor His own lineage from Sumer, where Zi (the Word), begets Abzu (the void), begets Anu (Heaven), who begets Enlil the Lord of the Air. In Akkad and Babylon Enlil takes on the name El meaning Lord. We all know that Abraham, coming out of Ur, preached a single, Lord God. Further, Jesus comes preaching the dissolution of the family unit, see Luke 12: 51-53. Regardless of the verse being a separation over truth, it is still Christ Jesus, coming to make children dishonor their parents.
VI - Thou shall not murder: the flood of the Earth, sending an evil spirit to assault King Saul, demanding the murder of babies and children, and the raping of women from conquered lands, the destruction of Sodom and Ghmorra. God does a whole lot of murdering.
VII - Thou shall not commit adultery: I believe it was the Lord who, through the Holy Ghost, impregnates Mary—a married virgin woman—with Jesus Christ. Adultery.
VIII - Thou shall not steal: God steals everything. He stole the holy land, He stole his name, rank, and title. He stole the flood from Sumer, creation from Babylon, the Garden and making people from clay were stolen from Enki and Ninhursag of Sumer. Stealing is how God operates.
IX - Thou shall not bear false witness: God claims that in the beginning was only Him and the Word, when in actuality the beginning was the Big Bang. Mythologically speaking, God claims the world is only 6000 years old while Mesopotamia and Egypt have existed for almost 8000 years, modern humans for 12,000 and the Earth itself for 4.5 billion years.
X - Thou shall not covet thy neighbor's things: see stealing above. God covets money, land, worship, fear, awe, and adoration. All things which belong to his middle-eastern pagan neighbors. The Lord God is extremely covetous.
The conclusion being: interesting psychological approach to communities, and personalities. Poor choice of governing powers, because God is anything but good; and His ten commandments are anything but worth following to the point.
Originally posted by strangedays
Also something about women and sex. Something with energy transfer. They have to have sex to transfer energy to each other. Like everyone was talking about in the other thread. Women being red, have to have sex to disperse it I guess in some way. Like married women even (having sex with their own kind after taking it from my kind by means of sex). Its pretty sad actually.