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    I have been an ex-christian for a little over nine years. I'm currently working on a content management system for blogging and website publishing. I enjoy history very much.

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  1. You guys are trying to help people de-convert from Christianity and that is great. That process is more than saying I don't believe in Christ anymore. It means giving up the use of the same tactics. What I posted absolutely has to do with religion and science. It there a better place to post this stuff, a different forum on the internet where the information is looked at and not how or what the poster thinks? I was forced to think like a Christian. Now I feel I will have to accept what I'm told here. Am I wrong?
  2. Actually, there are clay tablets that specifically state the Anunnaki were flesh and blood and that they purposely named planets after themselves and mapped out the constellations. Is any of that true or are they myths? Maybe by looking at a recent and verifiable example of how 'they' do things will help answer that. Before that example, let me say I'm not 100% convinced about anything at this point and it is entirely possible the Anunnaki were and are from here. You gotta admit, you cannot sweep Baalbek away by saying the Anunnaki are mythical. It took tech to quarry, move, and place those megalithic stones and somebody built Baalbek. Somebody built the pyramids. Those structures are not myths. Was it people called the Anunnaki, or somebody else? It certainly wasn't a myth that built them and it certainly is suspect nobody knows when and how they were built. Here is one example of hiding associations for the benefit of the self-appointed rulers. George Washington and crew were under the direct control of the throne of England through Freemasonry. They did the whole "Independence" thing to hide that fact and they did so because people were tired of a group of make-believe royals that didn't give two-shits about them. Much like it is now. They needed people willing to colonize the new world and so those people were promised freedoms they never had under the monarchy. Once the wet-work was done Britain stepped in again through the Freemasons. It's a bit more complicated because of the Jesuits and the Vatican, but that's the short of it. The big clue is where the first masonic temple was built and the gods and goddess they obeyed. That was in Egypt. Those gods and goddesses were the Anaunnak, AKA Lucifer and the fallen-angels, the saints, etc. Anyway, it looks as though the Anunnaki did the same thing George Washington pulled - they had too because they were hated and by doing so people wouldn't know they were still influencing mankind. The USG protects them now (they were chased out of the middle east). Step foot on that land and they will shoot you.
  3. This makes it easy for me - I don't use twitter (or facebook or google or the other mainstream social media). I don't get upset by these people, and more importantly, I won't mindlessly contribute to the left-hive-mind or the right-hive-mind.
  4. Tech went from this: This is a 1000 metric ton block of stone quarried and partially moved ( that is 2,200,000 pounds ). Clay tablets state the Anunnaki built the Baalbek platform. Much much later, thousands of years later, the temple you see in the background (upper left corner) was built on top of that platform. To this: This is a torture device used during the Inquisition. It is not that old. To this: This is one of the World Trade Center towers turning to dust in mid air. It could not have fallen because it disappeared faster that free fall speed. If it had collapsed it would have met with resistance. For example, WTC-1 took a little over 8 seconds to go bye-bye. WTC-2 took less than 10 seconds to go bye-bye. The WTC buildings didn't collapse. This is the granite bedrock that supported the WTC buildings. Notice anything unusual about its surface? Kind of melted maybe? What can melt and disintegrate granite?
  5. Advanced in what though? Physics, football, building a bigger bomb, packing a picnic basket? This makes me think of Hitler's Final Solution and Master Race program were Aryans were the advanced life form, yet Africans excel at sports, Asians at math and engineering, and I'm sure I could come up with other examples where Aryans were/are not the advanced life form. I suppose that is stereotyping but still, the point is, advanced life form is a point of view. I've read much about the Anunnaki. Their story is on clay tablets and those stories match up with a lot of old city-states built out of large quarried stone. That makes the stories hard to ignore and if those accounts are true, the Anunnaki had tech far more advanced than anything in the public domain now - but if the Anunnaki were truly advanced life forms, they wouldn't have done all the horrible things they did to each other and to humans. Note: See my post earlier about Dr. Judy Wood and 9/11
  6. Trying to understanding the christ cult has gone a long way in helping me deal how it destroyed my family in more ways than one. I also ignored what they said, all the perfect this and praise that, and looked at what they do - and that still helps me. So I studied more and talked a lot with my best friend that was never indoctrinated as a christian, even though he and his family lived in the bible belt. The cult-ure of his home town was one of racism ruled by christ, so it was impossible for him not to pick up christian cult-ure which helped in our discussions, but I was able to tell he thinks a lot like a christian though he never once went to church. That's how cults work. It's like osmosis. So your parents are christians and they abused you? That's because christianity was started by torture and killing, and I don't just mean the story of you-know-who. It's what rome did to people, even children. Christians are conquered people, just as all the Africans those good christian folks captured and brought to the Americas. Africans were conquered once, then conquered again when they were forced to convert and worship christ. The book "The Construction of Homosexuality" by David F. Greenberg might be something you could look into. I ran into that book when christians started whining how they are persecuted by gays. Christians seem to always have an enemy to destroy - something that comes from you-know-who going to war with his adversary. Ya gotta ask, if he won that battle, why are Christians still fighting it? Take your time and follow your heart.
  7. Just so we are on the same topic, what responsibility falls on the individual?
  8. Have you read Dr. Judy Wood's book about 9/11? I did and then went back and looked at the news footage. She's right. The twin towers disappear faster than free fall speed which means they didn't fall - they met no resistance and ground zero was still pretty much at ground level because the material to construct them disintegrated and floated up. If you watch the videos in slow motion you can see steal beams and concrete disintegrate in midair. Who has that tech? The USG or somebody else?
  9. Judgment day starts the moment a child is born. Judgment comes in many flavors and is hidden within the status-quo in so many different ways its difficult to miss them. "Just look how cute that baby is." "Wow, have you ever seen a more hideous baby in all your life?" "My child has a 3.0 grade point average, how's yours doing?" "They could have done a better job designing that piece of crap." "You look great in blue." "Those pants accentuate your fat ass. Take them off." "Do you think he'll like it?" "Can you believe he said that?" "A third place ribbon? You should be ashamed. You're father was placing first when he was your age." "Pentecostals are assholes. Baptists teach the true word of god." "Keep away from them, they're not Sunni." "I'm Thai asshole, not a f*cking Vietnamese." "You bought a Ford? You know what Ford stands for, right? Fix Or Repair Daily." "Any black man could pass for a woman because their women are so f*cking ugly." "Look at the white trailer-trash. What scum!" "Is that a purity ring? The worse sex I ever had was with a virgin. Good luck with that." "He's a Capricorn. You need to find a Scorpio." "Democrats are liberal idiots." "Republicans are children of money and act like spoiled little murderers." Judgment: Appearance, wages, school grades, credit scores, level of education, personal possessions, personal experiences, political alignment, time of birth, clothing, religious beliefs, skin color, nationality, gender, and on and on it goes. Judgment. Its everywhere, everyday, all the day long. So why are people waiting for judgment day?
  10. I don't think we all do, not really. There is a huge effort to condition and program people from childhood on to respond in a way that benefits the goals of government and religion. Because a child's parents were indoctrinated in the same way, when they don't know how to deal with something they revert to the examples set by those that think they are "authorities". That example is punishment and reward. Good cop bad cop. Get hurt in battle and a kindly surgeon patches you up just to go into battle again. The surgeon works for the same army as the commanding officer that sent you into battle in the first place - and in all those examples nobody is thinking on their own. They are following orders and reverting to a training program that was learned from birth on. I stopped thinking anybody is an authority some years ago. A man with a gun is a bully, not an authority. A king with an army is not an authority. He's a bully with lots of guns, and if it wasn't for the continuous indoctrination of children, he would not have an army of men willing to kill and be killed for him. So the king has a way to program people to serve his needs. He uses the school system, the religious system, the banking system, and the media. He uses people that are already indoctrinated. He teaches people to mock, threaten, and punish. He has to continuously do this because what he is doing is not natural. This has been going on for thousands of years. Nothing has changed but the details. Since the king took over, there has never been a new form of government or different king of religion. They all govern the same way. The real governing is what I just explained - the details of a government or religion keep people arguing over which is the best. In other words, they fail to see the forest for the trees and they argue over stupid stuff, and those arguments change nothing. It really isn't the couple thousand pricks... ...it is bad ideas and bad beliefs, and real justice, if such a thing exists, would go after those bad ideas and bad beliefs. It wouldn't go after the students who learned them well. That, by the way, is what the king expects - punish people for doing what they were told to do and punish them for not doing what they were told to do. Not coincidentally, that is the same personality profile of the guy over two thirds of the world worships under different names.
  11. Our perception of the world outside what we directly experience is from what - news, TV, movies, what's taught in school? What friends and family tells us from their experience? I drove with a friend from Florida to New Mexico. He had a difficult time believing most of America was small towns, farms, and the like. We were talking about over population and even after seeing, he had trouble believing this country is no where near over populated. Neither is the world for that matter. The media puts a negative slant on people as individuals and portrays 'us as a species' in a bad way. I can't help but think that is done on purpose. Governments and religions war, people don't war. So many people found out if you try to do something about that they go after you, and they're not nice about it. Sure, you can join an establishment endorsed cause and believe you're doing some good, but to go against the establishment as whole, well, they don't respond kindly.
  12. Could be just the opposite. Reach a certain point in technological advancement, the most advanced of which is in the hands of immature and greedy men and their military, and then... What would you do if you saw a kid sitting next to a gas can and playing with matches?
  13. He's right about that. Happened in Baalbek and the Americas too. Well, that would be great except some of the oldest building project just stopped. It is like they were building all this and then something came and destroyed them. Many were left unfinished. In Baalbek there sits a stone about 1000 metric tons. It was quarried and moved only a little. You don't go to that effort and just leave it. Same story all over the world. Very strange.
  14. This thing is no god and the biblical Jesus, as his story is told, never existed - at least there is no evidence he did, and I'm having a very hard time with this, understanding and describing it. Something I noticed is that for many people it's either one of the organized religions and their god, or none, meaning nothing beyond us. To me that's a choice between true and false and I don't think things are that simple. Anyway, I'm not convinced it's that simple. I have experienced more than a few things that just cannot be explained. Let me tell you about one. I'll include as much as I can remember. Maybe you guys will see something I don't. The home I lived in at the time of "the event" was situated on just under three acres of land. The property was 600 or so feet front-to-back. The house was a little less than half way back from road. The driveway ran on the left property line when looking at the road from the house, and so the entire front was heavily wooded with old growth Florida. Scrub palms and palmetto bushes, pines, live oak, vines up the wazoo, typical Florida. Between the house and road stood the largest pine on the property from the standpoint of diameter. It was beautiful. Those pines are self pruning so this tree is all trunk up to the canopy except for one branch that stuck out parallel to the road. Some time after I started clearing the land this huge owl would perch on that branch every night and look at the house. It was huge. I had been living in Florida for a couple decades and never once saw an owl before this. I had seen just about everything else in Florida's assorted wildlife, but not an owl. Because of all the stuff I read regarding owls and the layout of Washington DC, the dollar bill, and Bohemian Grove, I thought to myself I don't want that owl on my property. The owl stopped coming around and I didn't notice until the green pine needles turned brown that this tree was now dead so I examined it and sap was pouring out all the holes made by woodpeckers. I assumed it had been hit by lightning. The tree leaned slightly towards the road and the canopy branches favored that direction too. There was no doubt if it came down it would take out the power lines and maybe hit a passing car or jogger. Great I thought, now I'll have to pay to have it removed because I wasn't going to take the chance of cutting it down myself. I knew I had time before the tree was unstable, but in Florida it doesn't take that long before a dead tree can be blown over by the wind. I've seen the wind snap pines that size like they were twigs. I looked at that thing over and over hoping I could safely cut it down. I even looked around and thought that would be a good direction for it to fall. It wouldn't take out other trees, and it's not in the direction of the road, but they way it leaned and the way the canopy was heavy towards the road I wasn't going to take the chance. Some months later something prompted me to take a plum bob and I held it up to the tree. Surprised by what I saw, I walked around to different angles to confirm. It was leaning in a different direction. If I cut the tree down it would fall right where I determined would be the ideal spot. There was no danger of it hitting the road or power lines. I even waiting a few months and checked it again. Then I cut the tree down. Before that, a small dead pine stood maybe 25 or 30 feet right of that pine. The wind had already taken most of it down but a bare trunk maybe thirty feet tall remained. To get to the tree I would have to remove a crap load of palmetto bushes. While doing so I had this thought I should be careful about snakes. I never once thought about snakes before and I had already been clearing that land for almost a year. It took a few weeks removing the palmettos and while doing so I found a couple snake skins. Large ones so I really started looking for snakes while out there. With those palmetto bushes gone I could see the roots of this dead tree were partially exposed. I walked up to the tree and from the dead roots came a cotton mouth. I shit my pants and swung the machete. The blade cut it's head in half at a diagonal. I was using that machete to clear the land and really, I had trouble hitting anything I was aiming at except right then. I get up one morning about a week later and go into the garage to start the riding lawnmower. Coiled up, between the lawnmower and garage door was a cotton mouth. Much smaller than the one that came from the roots of the dead pine, but the smaller the more dangerous. I got that one too. Two decades of living in wooded Florida and never once did I see an owl or cotton mouth before this event. Never saw them after. There's more but this is a start.
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