Understanding the psychology of Jesus
Many people fantasiz...Read More
Many people fantasiz...Read More
Lutheran children are taught to obey god and their parents who stand in place of god: ...Read More
I have written on the pagan origins of Easter over the last thirty years...Read More
Russophiles and those terrified of alienating the Big Russian Bear in 2013, after the heart of the former Soviet Empire survived the fall of the Berlin Wall and later dismemberment, claim that the nation known as the Ukraine has always been a part of Russia. This is a lie.
All evidence points to the Ukraine as the primer site of the origins of the Proto-Indo-European language family,3 and it was the birthplace of what became, later, the medieval state of Kievan Rus (was known as the “land of the Rus'” (Old East Slavic: Рѹ́сьскаѧ землѧ, from the ethnonym Рѹ́сь; Greek: Ῥώς; Arabi...Read More
2. Santa Claus
3. Megyn Kelly
5. End Notes
When little children enter into Sunday school classrooms, dressed with smiles and bows, gleaming bright eyes and eager inquisitive minds, they see a plastic patented present-day image of a young white male with long light-brown hair, glistening eyes, and a cherubic smile. He is lean, taller than the people around him, and usually has blue eyes—the ideal of white supremacists from the dark days of Pope Leo “the Great” (by curial, not popular, decision) whose infatuation with the Briton slaves 1 offered for sale in Rome in the fourth century. When he asked the children where they were from, they responded, according to legend, Anglia...Read More
According to Bruno Bartoloni’s book The Ears of the Vatican, there is a curse that is 1000 years old on the bones alleged to be those of Simon Peter bar Jonas, popularly known as St. Peter. Bartolini wrote: 1
“No pope had ever permitted an exhaustive study, partly because a 1,000-year-old curse attested by secret and apocalyptic documents, threatened anyone who disturbed the peace of Peter’s tomb with the worst possible misfortune.”
What the possible misfortune consists of is not detailed, nor is the “secret and apocalyptic documents...Read More
3. Evidence (Textual Criticism: Greek, English, Spanish)
4. Antecedents (in Vogue Today)
5. Mistranslation, Misinterpretation, Misuse of Language in Quest of Propagandizing a perspective that is unhistorical
9. End Notes
The Apocalypse, a tart twisted tale of terror and frantic foreboding, of transmogrified sanity in the utterances pulsating pen on parchment ejaculations of one who went by the name of John and lived on the island of Patmos.1 forced upon the wretched world ripe for rapine and a repeat of past mutilative maiming myths of ancient wars and human carnage...Read More
Critical thinking is essential to realize effective learning and productive thinking. Critical thinking makes thinking better, being based on fact rather than fiction, emotion, or personal preference, more plausible, persuasive, possible, probable and realistic, rational, and reliable while enhancing the real and figurative worlds where ideas equal foundations of thoughts and actions that entails and leads to self-improvement generated from skills in using established and creating new standards by which a person appropriately, actually, and artistically assesses thinking.1 These skills lead to a better environment and effervescent eternality toward a time and clime that reaches toward the elusive level of perfection or a quality that is not considered natural but is a part of nature tha...Read More
“Is abortion murder? That was the question floating around the Iowa Capitol this week when Representative Tom Shaw and eight other House Republicans filed House File 138. The bill amends Chapter 707 in the Iowa Code entitled HOMICIDE AND RELATED CRIMES.” Charles Hurley confabulated recently.
Charles Hurley is a declared Constantinian Christian–who follows the fourth century Emperor Constantine’s established version of religion and has shown little knowledge of the Jesus if the gospels sanctioned by the empire...Read More
Freedom of religion is a centuries-old expression. In most cases freedom of religion does not exist. It is not accepted by SCOTUS or most courts or jurists. It is not enshrined in the nation, nor in separate states. At best it is a buzzword, but in reality freedom of religion is a fantasy that has enchained the USA since its inception as American colonies.
From Maine to Georgia, the North American colonies were not founded as bastions of theological freedom or the right to disbelieve that which came from the pulpits of the churches that existed in Europe...Read More