Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Some Revolutionary Thoughts on Christianity

I think about this Walter Martin figure, who while looking for books to buy on Amazon, his classic "The Kingdom of the Occult" was presented under the 'Recommended' menu. I always thought it a bit strange how distorted ordinary Christians' views of so-called "cult" movements really is. For, isn't Christianity itself a cult of Judaism.

#1 Christianity is a cult of Judaism

Now whether that's historically relevant, or whether it's germane to the topic at all, I think we're remiss when taking for granted that [b]Christianity is itself a cult of Judaism[/b].

I mean, a rabbi, learned in the traditions of Judaism, Torah, Torah-observance, to come on the scene and to shock the elite of his day proclaiming to be God. That's as aggressive a maneuver as nearly any you might point to today, such as Jim Jones. Even Jim Jones spent many years cultivating his flock before asking them to drink poisonous kool-aid. Even Morris Applewhite spent years cultivating his flock before he asked them to commit suicide to join with Jesus Christ on Comet Hale-Bopp as it made its historic trip around the earth in 1997.

Jesus just came right in and said to everyone, "You're doing it all wrong." It was gutsy, it was audacious.

But it was also something that a cult leader would do.

So basically, Christianity is indeed a cult of Judaism.

#2 Mainstream Christianity is descended from Greek and Egyptian mysteries.

If we abandon the analysis, we will only overlook more subtle, but more pressing revelations. That is, that even acknowledging that Christianity is a cult of Judaism, modern Christianity is the spin-off of ancient mysteries and therefore is itself a cult of earlier cults.

Christianity is a Pagan religion at its heart, with sparse Judaisms thrown in to make it seem authentic.

Much of the central tenets of Christianity are very much indifferent to what pagans, Greeks or Egyptians once believed. The three-personalitied God, the eternity of matter, the eternal condemnation in hellfire, the host, it's all rooted in pagan superstition and, therefore, Christianity is very little judaic but is actually a cult of Christianity and paganism. Christianity is enmeshed with pagan religion through and through.

#3 At best, all Christians are cultists, at worst, they're willing to do extremely awful things to promote their cult.

Sometimes it may be innocuous, they write endless books condemning different believers for holding a variety of views, mostly in good faith.

Is this not concerning to you? How easily a Christian can pick up a pen, someone like Walter Martin, sit down at his typewriter and author up volumes of condemnations, anathemas, damnations, cursings, blotting outs, against people that the orthodox Martin does not want to share heaven with, and then find a publisher to publish it?

I actually think Martin's text is very good, however, I only use him as an illustration here, since his book is one most have heard of.

I think Christians are too concerned with what other people believe than what they believe. Because too often, what they say they believe is exposed by what they do in actual life. In actual life, their engaging in such notorious behavior that it's well-known and would surprise no one if I presented it here.

These are some of my thoughts about the "cult industry" in the book industry, etc.

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Pope Francis: Caught Between a Cock and a Queer Place

Sermon: Sunday, October 4, 2015

Just some thoughts I've been having about Francis lately.

I remember when he went to South America recently and one of the Communist leaders down there and gave him  a small statue or image with Jesus and sickle, which the Pope did not accept. He even waved his hand, gesturing, saying, "No, no, this is not okay." It was one of those character moments where, when you think he have a guy nailed down, then he does something that you might not have guessed.

In fact, it left me wondering what we could really come to know about old Frank.

Then, after his recent visit to the Americas, another astonishing tale: He is reported to have met with the Kentucky clerk, who resisted the gay marriage ban. It's said that when he met her, he praised her courage and asked her to, "Pray for me."

And I began to wonder if maybe Francis is being manipulated, perhaps he is someone's puppet. I remember where I was even, thinking how he must be under the control of someone. This is several days ago this news has come out.

Now, a couple days ago, Vatican officials are coming out and saying either the story is untrue and never happened or that it is embellished. In a sense, it made me think this could be confirmation of that theory: The Vatican is in effect controlling what comes out of the Pope's mouth and if the Vatican says it didn't happen, it doesn't matter if it did because Pope Francis broke script the official word out of the See is, "It didn't happen."

Should we be worried about Francis? Have the homosexuals who control the Vatican positioned the Pope between a cock and a queer place? He certainly seems as if he's being manipulated. So then let us pray for Pope Francis.