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Re: scientific method...
Posted by Maggie (Guest) - Thursday, August 4 2005, 6:24:30 (CEST)
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"...I'll go even further...Christianity IS our enemy! I don't mean of course kindness, love, generosity and all those human ideals we share with everyone who ever lived...I mean the INSITUTION and what it has done to children to keep them loyal, dues-paying and sexually available...I mean getting perfectly healthy human beans to long for a Savior...a look to the sky for their REAL "life" scorn and degrade themselves and the earth while they are on has been especially humiliating for Assyrians because the Hebrews who invented this crud out their ineptitude and ignorance have managed to turn us against each other...causing us to do more harm to ourselves than than they EVER could have done to us directly.

..Jesus was a good man...among the best. But the institutions created to cash in on him have been our undoing."

Who but priests consider SIN the paramount issue?
Who but priests write volumes of religious rites and rituals?
No one, but for these priestly scribes sin and rituals were imperative. Their purpose was to found on them an awe-inspiring religion. By this intellectual tyrany they sought to gain control, and they ACHIEVED it.

In their metaphysical imcompetency, they put the stamp of their ego on everything. That's why no "Christian" needs to ever take responsbility for their own vile actions, as they will be obsolved of their "sin" by these egotistical maniacs, who couldn't even create a god of their own but had to borrow one from the Middle East Jews.

They create SIN and they absolve SIN. One creates the other in this diabolical matrix.


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