reply to post by ihavenoaccount
But that aside, why would you feel the need to say that you "could tear your whole thread apart and make you look like a tool[sic]"? What is
the need for such confrontational language just because the OP offended you? It's not very modest, or even nice.
Firstly, he has said that he is a Christian so straight away he was a responsibility to uphold what Jesus said to preserve other people's faith. He
makes statements that are contradictory to the Bible and thus is destroying other Christians faith.
He assumes that his Catholic education is somehow a good complete Christian education (which it isn't), just because he hasn't heard something taught
in his Catholic education he is saying that these things are "fantasy stories"
He then calls people like me, who can actually back up the proper teachings of demons and hell (the lake of fire) with evidence, as crazy and
fanatics. Not only is he intellectually wrong on this issue, he trumpets up his ignorance by ostracizing others who can actually prove him wrong and
destroys other Christians faith in the process.
The problem is that such people with their demon and hell stories actually make it look as if ALL Christians are like that...but that's not the
case. Just saying.
What he is saying is that those other Christians who have properly researched and who have a strong faith are strange....they are not a
"problem"...they bring people to God by proving the truthfulness of the Bible.
His appeal is to take away from God's Word (true Christian teaching) so he can be more appealing or palatable to everyday people.
For anyone saying they are a Christian and then writing on issues that destroy a Christian's faith when he doesn't back up his opinion with any
evidence deserves a good tongue lashing.
The only conspiracy here is how someone who grew up in Bavaria (he has mentioned elsewhere) which is a hotbed for Satanism can say that demons don't
All-Seeing Eye within Equilateral Triangle, Jesuit Church at Landsberg-am-Lech, Bavaria, Germany
All-Seeing within Equilateral Triangle, Aachen Cathedral, Germany
All-Seeing Eye within Equilateral Triangle, Brugge Cathedral, Germany
All-Seeing Eye within Equilateral Triangle, St. Dionysius Baroque Altar in North Rhine, Westphaila, Germany
All-Seeing Eye within Equilateral Triangle, Jesuit Church of St. Magnus, Landkreis Ravensburg, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany
The Blazing Star (Pentagram) has been regarded as an emblem of Omniscience, or the All-Seeing Eye, which to the Egyptian Initiates was the emblem
of Osiris, the Creator."
Albert Pike, "Morals and Dogma", p. 16
Satan! Cry Aloud! Though Exalted Most High! Oh Me Father Satan! The Eye!" (Aleister Crowley, Magnum Opus, Book Four)
Therefore, the All-Seeing Eye is the symbol of the Omniscience of the Sun God, Lucifer, whom they worship. These All-Seeing Eyes represents the
Omniscience of Horus, who is Lucifer in the Egyptian Satanic Mysteries. Masonic author, Carl Claudy writes: "This is one of the oldest and most
widespread symbols denoting God. We find it in Egypt, in India ... The Open Eye of Egypt represented Osiris. In India, Siva is represented by an eye."
[Carl Claudy, "Introduction To Freemasonry: Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft, and Master mason Complete In One Volume", The Temple Publishers, 1931, p.
148, quoted by Dr. Cathy Burns, "Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated", p. 357]
So you have all these All Seeing Eye symbols over the Catholic church in Germany (and particularly in Bavaria where he grew up) and this symbol is
correlated to Osiris, Horus, Siva (and elsewhere Apollo and Nimrod) who is Lucifer/Satan. And yet he thinks he got a good a complete Christian
education growing up here. The symbols for his own religion following Satan but yet he wasn't taught about demons....it is more worthwhile to explore
that conspiracy connection than the direction he was going with the thread.
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