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All 'pastors' of any faith should be told: Get a job.
They have a job: fleecing the flock.
 
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Both Klassen and Pierce tried to "reinvent the wheel."

Why not look back to ancient times before Christinsanity took hold over our people?
They did.

And turned it into yet another religion in both instances.

Cosmotheism is heavily influenced by Panentheism. Klassen was an Atheist but disliked the word, the 'negative connotation' associated.

I understand what Klassen is saying but I don't dislike the word. Atheos = No god(s).

Not a darn thing wrong with that when the Greeks coined the term, nor is there now.

Codes to live by, just fine, as the Ancient Egyptians and Greeks had such of course. But the enlightenment gave us philosophy, where people started to remove the fluff of 'souls' and 'great punishments' and 'rituals' from their narrative.

Became smarter, in other words. Evolved.
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They have a job: fleecing the flock.
True indeed.

But I meant a useful job.

Saying a pastor has a job is like calling Madonna a singer.
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I am working on a project re this and it will be worth it IMO.
Religion has held us back for far too long, it's time we started looking into creating a post religion culture.

One where people find meaning in the everyday and not in old superstitions and the unnecessary distraction of wondering if there is life after death.
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Religion has held us back for far too long, it's time we started looking into creating a post religion culture.

One where people find meaning in the everyday and not in old superstitions and the unnecessary distraction of wondering if there is life after death.
I'm referring to exactly that. A type of historicity project that lays out the origins of these things comparative to what people wrongly have been led to believe, and where things are shown from a racial perspective.
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Jim Bakker has had it with his critics.

The disgraced televangelist is demanding that “mean people in America” who make fun of him stop watching his show, which is essentially an infomercial for his doomsday food mixed with predictions about an impending apocalypse.

He’s warning that there will be dire consequences for those who continue to watch and mock.

“If you don’t want to hear it, just shut me off,” he said in a clip from Friday’s show posted online by Right Wing Watch. “Especially you folks that monitor me every day to try to destroy me. Just go away. You don’t have to be there. You don’t have to hear it.”

Then he fired off his warning:

“One day, you’re going to shake your fist in God’s face. And you’re going to say, ‘God, why didn’t you warn me?’ He’s gonna say, ‘You sat there and you made fun of Jim Bakker all those years. I warned you, but you didn’t listen.’”

Bakker was a staple of the 1980s televangelist circuit, building a Christian TV, theme park and resort empire worth $180 million. But it all came crumbling down when he resigned in shame after a sex scandal and eventually served four years in prison for fraud.

Today, he hawks survivalist food and other prepper supplies to help Christians survive an upcoming “tribulation” period that will supposedly last for several years.
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry...b0a2324d1d2f54
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He ran with wolves when he built a giant ministry, they exposed his improprieties and stole his ministry out from under him.

Out with the old wolves, in with the new. And the new were worse than the old.

Jim and Tammy, bless their little stupid hearts, were above the new wave of wolves in one respect: they did a few things that actually helped people, namely the home for unwed teen moms, encouraging families not to cast shame on their daughters to the point where they had abortions, but let them come to this place and have the baby and stay in HS.

They were also less 'let's kill all the non-Christians' than you saw later with the Jews of TBN, Jan Crouch and Paul Crouch.

Jan and Paul were IMO worse trash than Bakker. Paul is rumored to be homosexual, Jan is by her own admission severely mentally ill and abused/neglected her children. Paul threatened to kill his critics on the regular...but via God. God would kill their critics was his threat.

...Yup, these are the folks gonna lead Whites into living better, more moral lives.
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The originator of the phrase “the world’s oldest profession” was Rudyard Kipling. His 1888 story, On the City Wall, about a prostitute which begins with, “Lalun is a member of the most ancient profession in the world.”

Ronald Reagan nominated politician as the second-oldest profession with the alleged quip, "Someone once said that politics is the second oldest profession. I'm beginning to think it bears resemblance to the first."

According to the World Almanac website, nominations for the second oldest profession include: actors, casino gambling, con men, Gangsters, counterfeiting, gigolos, glassmaking, interpreters, journalism, moving companies, pharmacists, pickpocketing, pimpery, piracy, press agents, prostitutes, spying, and quackery.

Nowhere do I see preacher ("holy man", witch doctor, etc.) nominated, the originator of the ultimate mind fuck, religion.
 
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One of the best ways to share the gospel is with puppets (duh)...but there is a right way and a wrong way.

This is the wrong way. If you make it to 3:35 you should get a medal.


If you want to make an impact, this is how to do it.

Nobody ever quite forgot Jonathan Bell, even though he only did two shows.

Correct grammar and facts? Not necessary.

Be loud and unforgettable, and don't forget to threaten your audience.

Jonathan 'Screaming Boy' Bell:

My fave lesson from Bell: Satanists make candles with melted babies.

TDS: Typical Dallas Shit.

One thing is clear also: homosexuals hide in the Church. Bell was a hairdresser (he since returned to hair stylin' since even tards couldn't get into his preachin'). He is a lispy queer if ever you saw one, ranting about queers and morality, hysterical and unhinged.

..But the beginning of this sermon: one can see why:


He was sexually abused as a child, and became, lo and behold, a nutty homosexual who latched onto Jesus.

Jesus is no fix for your childhood, Jonathan. You're still crazy. Instead of Jebus, you should look the reality of what happened to you in the face, and that's what people should be 'helping' people to do.

Jesus is cocaine for the sadz. Giving people garbage like this so they can stay sick and nutty is a 'sin' if there ever was one.

Both scenarios illustrate something key:

Reverence for those with a low IQ (come to me as a little child and ask no questions) and emotional hysterics are not something that would fit in with anything good for people. Not the way to grow a society, but to retard it.

And (((control))) it, via their emotional response, involving both fear and familiarity. False love for giving the 'correct' answer. Heaped on hate for rejecting it as lies. Very effective, but very destructive to growth and well-being.
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I'm going to pop-out of retirement quickly here just to address one of your posts Miss Henderson (btw I've had a couple drinks and it's 3 am here so I'll clean this up tomorrow if it needs polishing - and btw I've finally gone and got some currency converted for Mr Linder - next step going to the post office).

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A type of historicity project that lays out the origins of these things
I think it might be done - not sure what more needs to be added (they had several PhDs (in history) join them in this effort):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesar's_Messiah
http://www.caesarsmessiah.com/
https://www.youtube.com/user/caesarsmessiah

The thesis: Christ-insanity was created between roughly 70-95 CE as a psych-op warfare program originally intended for the Jews alone.

Constantine 'the Great', a guy who had his son strangled to death and his wife steamed alive, being the sweet and magnificent soul he was, decided to throw it onto the rest of Europe:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edict_of_Milan

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Hypothetical thoughts of Roman Emperor Constantine in 313 AD/CE - Edict of Milan created as a result, legalizing Christianity outside the Near East; that same year, Constantine converts. 67 years later (despite the noble efforts of men like Emperor Julian aka 'Julian the Apostate' to stop it), Christianity is declared the official religion of the Roman Empire at the Edict of Thessalonica - thereby starting the process of exterminating all the native theologies of Europe and anyone who resisted.
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comparative to what people wrongly have been led to believe, and where things are shown from a racial perspective.
Stephen McNallen of the Asatru Folk Assembly addresses this question best IMO as he discusses the 1000 year war that was launched against the Europeans and their indigenous religions (it ended in the Baltics in the 14th century).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christianization


Needless to say, Christ-insanity won lol:


A few centuries later we had the Thirty Years' War so that the Bible could be translated into German and later English so that the native inhabitants could actually understand what was being said lol (what a concept lol!) and so that our "holy men" could start having sex with women again lol (again, what a concept lol! and what a joke! LOL).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reformation
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thirty_Years'_War

Now, your position is mainly atheist, which is understandable and commendable, since technically, there is no evidence of God, the paranormal, ghosts, angels, leprechauns, etc., and that ought to be the natural default position of anyone:

List_of_prizes_for_evidence_of_the_paranormal - Wikipedia

But as I mentioned earlier, I think everyone should keep an open mind. This 'sermon' by the ex-Anglican Alan Watts best explains the reason to still consider there being 'something' beyond material reality:


And one day you might actually experience the phenomena that notables like Carl Jung, Alan Watts, Eckhart Tolle, Ken Wilber, Tom Campbell, etc., have described (paranormal synchronicity (in tandem with your thoughts) aka your personal "signs"). A big "whoopee" if you do lol ... no need to begin claiming nor even hinting that you're special or worse, that you've had divine revelation, and that you're some type of new-age prophet/savior-messiah come to deliver salvation through yet another new organization where membership fees, donations, and tithing are a high priority lol (whatever happened was for your personal growth as Jung (and those four other white gurus) would say ... anything else is "inflationism" (another term coined by Jung)).

[This is probably a good time for most to tune out,... but in case you're still interested in my blatherings ... ]

It should be noted that the ancient Greeks evolved an addendum to Heraclitus' Logos (a type of secular spiritualism devoid of mythological stories), through Plato's World of Forms/Form of the Good/Neoplatonism (it's analogous to Tom Campbell's Larger Consciousness System):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theory_of_forms
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Form_of_the_Good
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neoplatonism

Taken altogether, ... one might be open minded to a New Age concept for our tribe (other than Klassen's Creativity and Pierce's Cosmotheism (both of which lacked a significant spiritual/psychological/humanitarian component) - the latter boiled down to Prometheism) ... but one might also find his or herself hindered/obfuscated by an overload of information/overthinking.

As I expressed earlier, I think one of the reasons Christinsanity succeeded was that every other body of thought led to a lethargy/ a lack of productivity in the population (they were enjoying life instead of other BS, and perhaps were distracted by concepts in their pre-Christian religion too much (i.e. admiring nature too much)), especially a lack of desire to colonize (engage in imperial offensive warfare).

Credit must be given to where credit is due and Christ-insanity should be credited with that much. We can still see it's simplistic organizational power best displayed today through Anglicanism:


Since we know that the Anglicans are now opening up to Asatru and we know that all religion is basically BS, including New Age i.e. the "synchronicity" Jung described (it being no more than a helpful aspect of nature ... or at least one's own imagination lol) ... we might consider them if the Anglicans ever start allowing British Nationalist sermons (and honor the race that we are/that built Britain and the British Empire which once included the USA) ...but until then, I recommend the Asatru Folk Assembly (because despite the myths being BS, at least they're our myths, and we can organize from there better - it is a racial/tribal group religious concept)... we can add advanced thought in psychology and other spiritual crap i.e. a few references to the five gurus I keep mentioning (to satisfy all questions) ... and get on with family building and community building.


It's the connections that Jews obtain at their synagogues that ultimately serve them well. Perhaps there are AFA members who are interested in real estate or other forms of investing (of course, I think their first priority is paying off their first hof in California lol).

The key thing that I think is needed most of all today to restore our people and civilization is TALKING about these ideas instead of remaining mute about them. And then we can focus on organizing our folk out of its current state of hedonistic apathy/lethargy lol:

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I'm going to pop-out of retirement quickly here just to address one of your posts (btw I've had a couple drinks and it's 3 am here so I'll clean this up tomorrow if it needs polishing).
May take awhile to polish it. A little whitewash couldn't hurt.

George Carlin once quipped that there is no better person than a Christian to drive people away from Christianity. There's alot of truth in that statement.

Was actually told this week by a coworker out on a smoke break: "...and when they ask you if you are a Christian, you tell them yes, or they will kill you."

I understand the concern my coworker has for me. Been an infidel my entire life. Told him I have the perfect reply.

"Used to be a preacher."

Haven't heard a word in edgewise from a Bible thumper in two years. For one, I put the crusader on notice that I know more than him; and two, he'll be thinking, "once saved, always saved." So, I get a pass.

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...ays/559026001/

12 Year old boy allegedly sexually assaulted by other boys in a prestigious Xtian skool.

Headmaster is supposed to have told the boy to 'turn the other cheek', as everything 'in god's kingdom happens for a reason'.

And in true gangbanger fashion, the boy had a counselor....who was a former employee of the lovely Xtian school. They, too, failed to go to the authorities.

The counselor said the reason is that's 'not how Christian institutions handle these things.'

The reality vs. "god-goggles concept of reality":

Godgoggles: They think the laws of the 'world' don't apply to them. They further are pumped up to believe this because of being exempt from Title IX.

Reality: Failure to report child abuse extends to all caregivers of children, religious or not.

Godgoggles: All lies that protect their 'gang' are fine, even if hurting other people, including children, in the process.

Reality: Cults and gangs get people, via fear and skewed loyalty to the wrong parties, to hurt even their own children, which is immoral and unnatural. It's not new, it's par for the course. Consult Abraham.

God told Abraham to kill his son, and he was going to fully comply. At the last minute god said, 'aw shucks. Now I know you fear me to the point of killing your kid, you're a good man!'

This is the 'father of the exalted' of your religion, Christians. From him came eventually all 12 tribes, including Judah, from whence your Jebus would've come.

Godgoggles: A Christian takes their kid, raped in a Christian school, to a Christian counselor.

Reality: Maybe the Christian label should not be trusted blindly, since it didn't protect your child the first time.

Whether it's blind faith or convincing oneself that sick shit is good after immersing yourself in it for decades: Either way, you're getting 'fucked'.

Unfortunately, you're screwing the innocent who didn't willfully choose as well, your children.
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Understanding 'existence' is no big thing, but what to do with that knowledge once you gain it ...

Alan Wilson Watts died from exhaustion and alcoholism at 58 in the almost impossible attempt to support his wives and numerous progeny ...ignominious end to someone who was/is considered a 'genius' and guru to many, even today.

My own father, a brilliant man same generation as Watts died same way and prematurely ...supporting the numerous lazy women in my family and their unending need for financial support.

Point being, personal knowledge of the infinite doesn't exempt you from the 'mundane' things in life like disease, family, friends or even death ...understanding a thing doesn't make you immune to the negative effects of such things, or being overwhelmed by them.

So, as Watts once said to someone who asked him about god (paraphrased) "Just shut up and suck on your lollipop ..."

Cheers

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