COLD HARD FACT: JESUS AND LUCIFER ARE BROTHERS

It is true that Jesus and Lucifer are brothers. And Father/Son, and maybe more than that. These things have a way of recylcling. Yin Yang mix ups – yadda yadda —-Happens all the time at church and bars and in normal places with normal people. That we are stuck on these paradigms still is hilarious.

Ya btter sit down. I’ll try to be brief. You have a hard time with that because you have come to worhip a book that put you in a tidy little box, without a key.  Believe the box, stay in the box. 

Allow me to show you something different. You decide if it’s true or not. It’s not perfect,. but it’s a start – A NEW START. If you cry at the movies, you better not read the rest.

Here’s the jist….The Bible God is a Supernatural being.  The same being that has quite a HOLOGRAM in store for humanity in the next 5 to 10 years. Wait till you see this SECOND CHRIST. It’s called the Second Coming. But, it’s really THE SECOND CHRIST? Why? Well, that is a whole nother blog about the *so called* Poor Soldiers For Christ, and the stone being rolled away, and the securing of Jesus’s body (skull and bones) and the impregnation of Magdalene, and the Son she birthed whose bloodline is —-well, I don’t want to confuse you more. There are a couple of things you need to know first. Gosh, I am so exhausted trying to wake people.

I know, this is not what people are taught. People….until you RELEASE everything you have been told about GENESIS- and get with some new info, you will be stuck here in this place FOREVER. As in TO  RA  H  (the H is #8  and the number 8 on it’s side is infinity).  I need to move faster. Grab hold my tail.

The Bible is well – kind of like a movie script – in many ways.  If you don’t believe in scientific principals, then move along now. There is no such thing as time -in truth. Google it. If you don’t want to google it, then don’t, but then stop whining.

I am a Jesus Freak. Love Jesus, but I believe Jesus was not created by a loving God. Jesus was created by a supernatural being – not of love. Jesus cameto know this. That is why this statement:FORGIVE THEM FATHER – THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY DO. The 40 days and nights in the desert was a visit from Dad/Brother/Mother/Sister/Brother – to say “Hey Bud, this is the deal….zip it and go along or suffer and die.”  He is the example of the TRUTH, THE LIFE AND THE WAY. He recognized what hs body was. He remembered what his Mind is, and chose.

The supernaturals are the same Gods the ancient Greeks worshipped. You know, Athena, Zeus, Posiedon, Apollo, etc….. and the Egyptians drew pcitures of space ships on their rocks. Did you know that? Anyway – parting the red sea is child’s play to these beings. They learned how to do that a few million (human years) ago. Grow up.

Can you even imagine that there is life – so far advanced that they could make the earth quake and the floods come?  No?  Your mom is calling you. I’ll meet up with you later. Way.

Jesus was created for GENE ISIS, and placed here to be a product of money, war, separation and other pleasantries. Look how smart his Creator is – IT WORKED !!!  The supernaturals (numerically) have ties to a couple of religions. Big ties. I won’t name them, for you might fall off this ride and I don’t have certification to save you.  No one should be surprised really.

Now, here’s the deal. The Gene Isis folks created every single living thing in it’s physical form.Are you still there?  They own the physical. Your highest SOUL SELF is the mind, and YOU OWN IT.

Now get this: Your Mind is more powerful than your body !!  And what that means is you stop attending this Pot Luck anytime you want to.

GOD DOESN’T BUILD HUMAN BODIES. GOD IS NOT A HUMAN BODY. GOD IS NOT A FORM. GOD IS NOT DEFINABLE IN MY VIEW EXCEPT TO SAY THAT THE GRACE OF LOVE EXISTS IN THE ALL. But, not everyone wants to tap into that happy place.

SO, THE SUPERNATURALS CREATED LUCIFER AND THEY CREATED JESUS. BUT YOU ARE STUCK ON THE IDEA OF THE BIBLE RENDITION AND THIS IS WHERE YOU GET HUNG UP ON OLD BRANCHES. IT ISN’T SO. SORRY.

BUT, SEE, THERE ARE SOME RELIGIONS THAT KNOW THIS- WITH A CAPITAL K.

if ya catch my drift.

YOU’RE AN EVOLUTIONARY MARVEL

THANK THE SINGLE CELLED ORGANISM

(created by the Supernaturals)

Do you think the ET’s are buzzin the planetjust for fun ???  Please.(my opinion only, based on the numbers and other stuff)

So, The Mormons are correct. JESUS AND LUCIFER ARE BROTHERS. AND MORE.

LA DEE DA

IS THERE A GOD – SURE, WHY NOT. I DO BELIEVE IN THE JESUS THAT WOKE THE HELL UP AND TAUGHT US WHAT LOVE IS  – THANK GOD.  BUT, THERE’S A LOT YOU DON’T KNOW MY FRIEND. YOU CN BELIEVE IN THE LOVE AND LIGHT OF JESUS, BUT PLEASE DO SO FROM KNOWLEDGE. THE SAME KNOWLEDGE OTHERS HAVE, BUT HAVE HIDDEN FROM YOU. DO PEOPLE KNOW THERE GOD IS THE GOD OF EARTH? AND THAT’S NOT A GOOD THING?  I DON’T KNOW. I DON’T THINK THEY DO. THE SUPERNATURAL VEIL IS VERY POWERFUL. BUT PLEASE MAKE NOTE THAT ALL RELIGION IS A TOOL, AND A HANDY TOOL AT THAT. NOT JUST MORMONISM. A RATHER BRILLIANT STRATEGY FOR THE GODS. SO FAR SO GOOD.

OPEN YOUR MIND. I CAN OPEN THE DOOR, BUT YOU ARE THE ONE WHO HAS TO WALK THROUGH IT. Or hang back for the Redskins game.

WISH I HAD MORE TIME TO EXPLAIN, BUT I DON’T. I GOT LAUNDRY.

OH AND THIS:

 

Lawrence O’Donnell Was Right About Mormonism

By Ryan J. Davis, HuffingtonPost.com
Posted on December 13, 2007, Printed on December 13, 2007
http://www.alternet.org/bloggers/http://www.huffingtonpost.com//70527/

Watching “The McLaughlin Group” on Sunday, I was impressed by Lawrence O’Donnell’s fearless attack on the origins of Mormonism. I was also surprised to read Jason Linkins’ piece, on this very blog, criticizing O’Donnell for a “radical assault on Mormonism” and claiming that he “lost his mind.” Linkins seems shocked that someone would be so angry, but I totally understand O’Donnell – racism makes me angry too.

What Linkins completely fails to address is that nothing O’Donnell said about the Mormon faith is incorrect. Let’s break down his statements:

…this man stood there and said to you “this is the faith of my fathers.” And you, and none of these commentators who liked this speech realized that the faith of his fathers is a racist faith. As of 1978 it was an officially racist faith, and for political convenience in 1978 it switched. And it said “OK, black people can be in this church.” He believes, if he believes the faith of his fathers, that black people are black because in heaven they turned away from God, in this demented, Scientology-like notion of what was going on in heaven before the creation of the earth.

None of this is inaccurate. It was assumed that “blacks inherited the curse of Ham and the curse of Cain” and it wasn’t until a “divine revelation” in 1978 by LDS Church President Spencer Kimball that they were allowed to be full members of the Mormon church. Mitt Romney was thirty-one years old in 1978; he’s been a practicing Mormon all his life (”My faith is the faith of my fathers – I will be true to them and to my beliefs” is what he declared last week), so either he’s lying about his commitment to his faith, or he believed this racist nonsense for the first 31 years of his life. What’s more, Wikipedia tells us that in the mid-1960s, a full decade before Mormonism’s divine racial correction in 1978, “Romney served in France for 30 months as a missionary for LDS Church.” As a missionary for the Mormon faith, did Romney fully buy into Mormon doctrine of that time? These are highly pertinent questions for a man who wishes to lead a multiracial United States.

O’Donnell then goes on to claim that Mormonism was founded by a “fraudulent criminal.” He’s right, of course. Joseph Smith, Jr. was the charlatan who founded Mormonism; he’s also a child molester by today’s standards (his thirty-plus wives included seven minors: two 14-year-olds, two 16-year-olds and three 17-year-olds). The story of Smith’s “revelation” is so bizarre and silly that I won’t repeat it; you’d think I was making it up. You can read it all here, as told by Christopher Hitchens, if you have any interest in wading through all the revelations and counter-revelations, angels, gold tablets, and the true origin of Native Americans according to Mormonism (their account of Native American history, incidentally, is yet another horrifying facet of the Mormon doctrine of white supremacy).

Mormons were fairly pro-slavery, with one of their founding members quoted as saying “You must not think, from what I say, that I am opposed to slavery. No! The negro is damned, and is to serve his master till God chooses to remove the curse of Ham…” Those were the words of Brigham Young, who incidentally has a college named after him in Utah, which incidentally graduated a certain Mitt Romney in 1971.

I’ll resist dredging further into the swampland of Mormon doctrine; I personally think debating religious doctrine is sort of like trying to decide whether Tim Burton’s Batman or Chris Nolan’s Batman Begins gets closer to the truth of Batman’s “actual origins.” (The answer is obviously the latter.)

I don’t understand Linkins’ desire to defend a church with such a sordid history, a history that was at odds with our vision of American justice and equality as recently as 1978. Their beliefs make me as angry as O’Donnell was, and I’m glad he was gutsy enough to say what he said.

Finally, Linkins ludicrously wonders how O’Donnell gets along with the writers of HBO’s Big Love, a show on which O’Donnell plays a recurring role. Since the show itself has probably informed O’Donnell’s views, I doubt he’ll be “giving up his role” on the show because of them. Anyway, I would assume that he gets along with the Big Love folks just as well as people who think the mafia isn’t a good thing would get along with the team behind The Sopranos: in other words, just fine.

(Correction: Linkins has pointed out to me in an e-mail that he went “out of [his] way” to point out what O’Donnell said about the Mormon faith was correct. By “I go out of my way” he means a single sentence and a link. Linkins’ correction actually makes my case. The infuriating thing about his post was that he acknowledged that what O’Donnell said was correct. He apparently just didn’t like O’Donnell’s strident tone (pretty odd objection from a fellow political blogger, I must say). Case in point: the title of Linkins’ post was “Lawrence O’Donnell Loses His Ever-Loving Mind on McLaughlin”. Linkins’ correction perfectly demonstrates that his post was an unwarranted, unfair hit piece on a guy who was telling the truth.)

(Thanks to Joe Drymala for contributing to this post.)

Ryan is a freelance theater and film director in New York City. He’s worked in the media departments of Mark Green and Howard Dean.

© 2007 Independent Media Institute. All rights reserved.
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