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US Catholic converts to Islam and lives in Jordan

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October 1, 2010 at 11:33 am

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So Israel got caught out

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Millions or Billions sit and watch TV and are disgusted. Every move the country makes is a disaster. The people on the ship fighting with metal bars was a forged video, it was not the Mavi. The Mavi had a sister ship which was recently sold. Maybe that footage came from Israeli commandos training for their assault on the Mavi.


The release of falsified propoganda was not so much a measure of panic, it was business as usual, an inbuilt arrogance for people who hold everyone in contempt….


The Israeli press is virtually silent about it all. And as for talk of the White House having had to give a nod for the Israeli assault, that is a joke, the White House does what Jerusalem tells it to do.


The footage is there of an American being assassinated by Israelis. And Obama has said nothing of any substance.


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So a few thousand people around the world demonstrated. That is not going to become millions demonstrating about Israeli atrocities. Millions will be demonstrating as our economies fold with Greek like suddenness. And it is the Zionist inspired genocidal wars that have bankrupted us.


Getting the Israelis to turn around and accept their entire fallacious existence is most unlikely, maybe other countries could do something, but not the world’s people. Our media and Banks continue to be governed by Zionists, they have a few agendas: religion as opium seems one of them, Gay rights are sacrosanct, and alcohol, crime and speculation are more.

Oh yes, and there are still 15 people missing, unaccounted for…

All because of the misuse of religion. Etymologically religious means – reuniting – reuniting with the divine.

Religion comes from the two words re and ligare. Re is a prefix meaning “return,” and ligare means “to bind;”

Written by morris

June 12, 2010 at 12:45 am

Jesus in five other cultures

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Jesus was not the only one – look at all these other historical figures with the same characteristics!

One assumption is the ruling elite in any period takes a template and adopts any gifted person and creates a religion of rituals, taboos and worship by conspiracy…

or indeed as the movie at the end of this post says, these people are astrologically influenced, or both.

Even in our secular world of MSM we have rituals, taboos and worship. And the masses are seen as Sheeple.







Marx said ‘religion is the opium of the masses’

Personally I could live without worship and ritual. Yet in my current phase Islam seems the fairest of all. And yes I have enjoyed the Hindu philosophy too, which is probably the earliest living source of our faiths.

All the above images from here, there is also a soundtrack explaining…

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May 17, 2009 at 12:34 pm


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The power of religion, the real everyday power is astounding, no one can challenge it. Many cheat it and get away with all sorts. Religion is for the cohesiveness of society, and that through the family unit.

We are called upon to adore our parents and ancestry. All children adore their parents, listen to them talk, My Daddy this, my Mommy that. It is a natural state.

In the past I have been libertarian and a rationalist. Currently am thinking differently. As a rationalist I discounted reincarnation, now, I have to accept it, if for no other reason than all the learned people I admire have believed in it.

And isn’t the religious obsession with hereditary meaning at odds with reincarnation? In a previous life I could have been a Black Man, an Eskimo or an Arab, let alone the possibility I might have been an animal.

So many people are walking around who claim to descend from Muhammad, or a great Rabbi etc. And then there is the law, where a title is bequeathed in perpetuity. Some can even be bought.

Religion seems to mimic certain natural laws. And any imposed system will create an efficiency of actions.

Which brings us back to Zionism, the need to relive what ancestors did. The Khazars? The Semites? The white Russians?

It is a cerebral sentimentalism which can only reflect on a lack of self worth. Perhaps a natural outgrowth of the division of labour. Today everyone is selling something that someone else made.

After the next war nationalism will have died. The marriage of religion, mercantilism and patriotism will cease.

It was an unnatural marriage reduced to appearance anly. Hence the age of Spin. The reality and the apearance are often very different.

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April 18, 2009 at 7:46 am

Osho recounting a Moses experience

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This is from the first edition of Osho Neo Tarot cards. The transformation deck.
And because there have been some posts here about Moses, it just seemed serendipity to include this:
More on Osho here.


Moses once came across a man who was praying, but he was saying such an absurd prayer that Moses stopped. And not only absurd, but the prayer was insulting to God! The man was saying, “Let me come close to you, God, and I promise that I will clean your body when it is dirty. If lice are there, I will take them away. And I am a good shoemaker, I will make you perfect shoes. Nobody looks after you, Lord…I will look after you! When you are ill, I will serve you and bring you medicine. And I am a good cook too!”

Moses shouted, “Stop! Stop this nonsense! What are you saying? That God has lice on his body? And his clothes are dirty and you will clean them? And you will be his cook? From whom have you learned this prayer?”

The man said, “I have not learned it from anywhere. I am a very poor and uneducated man, and I know I don’t know how to pray. I have made it up…and these are the things that I know. Lice trouble me very much, so they must trouble God. And sometimes the food I get is not very good, and my stomach aches. God must be also suffering sometimes. This is just my own experi­ence that has become my prayer. But if you know the right prayer, please teach me.”

So Moses taught him the right prayer. The man bowed down to Moses, thanked him, with tears of deep gratitude flowing. He went away, and Moses was very happy, he thought that he had done a good deed. He looked to the sky to see what God thought about it.

And God was very angry! He said, “I have sent you there to bring people closer to me, but now you have thrown away one of my greatest lovers. Now this ‘right prayer’ you have taught him won’t be a prayer at all-because prayer has nothing to do with the law, it is love. Love is a law unto itself, it needs no other law.”

And with love, grace happens. And with love, truth. Remember, if you can understand truth, truth liberates. And there is no other liberation.


The card makers message:

Do not interfere with another person’s love and prayer.

Drop the idea that you know the way to love or pray.

Simply respect other people that howsoever they are loving or praying is perfect for them.

Written by morris

April 14, 2009 at 11:19 pm

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Was Moses’ monotheism from a Pharaoh?

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According to Wikipedia there is some controversy about when Moses crossed the desert from Egypt for 40 years in the biblical exodus or indeed if he did.

Certainly it seems no archeological evidence has ever been found! And the Israeli department of archeology has spent considerable funds and efforts to find evidence.

This is a quote from Wikipedia:

According to Prof. Ze’ev Herzog, Director of the Institute of Archaeology at Tel Aviv University “This is what archaeologists have learned from their excavations in the Land of Israel: the Israelites were never in Egypt, did not wander in the desert, did not conquer the land in a military campaign and did not pass it on to the 12 tribes of Israel…. The many Egyptian documents that we have make no mention of the Israelites’ presence in Egypt and are also silent about the events of the exodus.[42]

fn [42]=mideastfacts.org – Deconstructing the walls of Jericho


Freud was an avowed atheist and offered a theory that Moses was a disciple of the Pharoah Akhenaten who introduced sun worship and monotheism for a short reign in Egypt. Roughly 1354 BC-1335 BC. Soon after his death his philosophy (religion?) was abolished. These dates can certainly coincide with the life of the biblical Moses.

Wikipedia says academics discount Freud’s hypothesis as  pseudoscience.

But recently (2,000) some obscure evidence has been found of emissaries of Akhenaten having come to the UK. Perhaps they failed where Moses succeeded. But this evidence comes after the academics dismissed Freud’s ideas.

That the Egyptians ventured far from their shores is interesting, maybe the ancients were more cosmopolitan than we think.

In Freud’s historical psychoanalysis

There is also a psychoanalytical interpretation of Moses’ life, put forward by Sigmund Freud in his last book, Moses and Monotheism, in 1937. Freud postulated that Moses was an Egyptian nobleman who adhered to the monotheism of Akhenaten http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moses



Word comes of a new book set to cause immense controversy in archaeological circles. Penned by Egyptologist Lorraine Evans, KINGDOM OF THE ARK describes how a group of Egyptians reached Bronze Age Britain by boat around 1330-1300 BC. Moreover, those involved are thought to have been followers of the Pharaoh Akhenaten, who arrived in the company of his daughter, the princess Merytaten. She was the royal wife of Smenkhkare, the relatively unknown Amarna king, who succeeded Akhenaten to the throne after his death around 1350 BC. Lorraine Evans believes that the followers of Akhenaten’s monotheistic Aten faith were escaping the religious persecutions of Horemheb, the pharaoh who succeeded the kings Tutankhamun and Aye following the death of Smenkhkare.

As absurd as this proposal might seem, Lorraine Evans has collected together considerable evidence to back up her theories. She outlines the controversy surrounding the discovery in September 1937 of three intact sailing vessels at North Ferriby in Yorkshire. Archaeologists who examined them at the time were convinced that they were of Viking origin. Due to the war effort, and the fact that the museum where the boats were housed got bombed out, the matter went unresolved. Then in the 1950s it was realised that some of the vessels’ timbers had been transported to the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich before the bomb struck. Samples were thus sent to the British Museum for analysis. The results stunned everyone, for the wood provided Carbon-14 dates in the region of 1350-1300 BC (later confirmed using re-calibration processes). Moreover, in the 1980s Dr Sean McGrail of the Institute of Archaeology, Oxford University, noted the similarity between the Ferriby boat remains and the design and construction of high-prowled, seagoing vessels built by the ancient Egyptians. Indeed, he compared them directly to the planked boats found at Giza. Add to this the discovery of faience beads from Akhenaten’s city at Tell el-Amarna found in Late Bronze Age barrows near Stonehenge and a necklace of similar faience beads found during 1955 in a Bronze Age burial in Tara, County Meath, Ireland, and the likelihood of Egyptians visiting Britain becomes more realistic.

More at: www.andrewcollins.com/page/news/news3.htm


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April 14, 2009 at 12:41 am

Lieberman’s Israel Beiteinu party and the Jewish Religion

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If we are collectively steeped in the romanticism of our forefathers, thence we stir conflict.

In the occult, in Spiritualism and mysticism there is every possibility to tune in to past souls and events. Yet to make this institutional begets fascism.

Just as the law allowing an occasional drink on a celebratory occasion has now been diluted to cultures totally dependent on its consumption.

How many revel in being descendants of Muhammad or any other myriad of past famous people, it is not unique to the Jews, but Jewish power ensures there is such a daily diet in the media. And even lesser ancestors become a reason to fight for supremacy.

To be clear: May we adore our forefathers, but can we also have a perspective? Not mythologize this into a reason to live.

Niqnaq explains the rise of Fascism in Israel (My emphasis in red):




I think this is quite an interesting and important point, especially because the halachically [religious law] non-Jewish Russian immigrants are a part of the Israeli population that is being played upon in a devious manner by Avigdor Lieberman’s Israel Beiteinu party. This is arguably the primary purpose of its name – “Israel is our (the ‘Russians’) home too.” For an example of how nasty Russian Israelis can be, check this out:
dead rabinz: russian israeli hardcore


The reason for Russian-Israeli bitterness is quite simple, though this is one of the things that the cowardly and hypocritical political correctness of the supposed ‘liberal consensus’ regards as too indelicate to mention. Nevertheless, here it is. Jews serve an instrumental, political-social function in western society, namely, to symbolise the sacred nature of the accident of birth. This saves the hereditary aristocracies from having to justify and sacralise themselves directly (though they do this, in their own way, by means of masonic and chivalric societies). The way it works is this: it is considered ‘anti-semitic,’ in the sense of ‘racist,’ to question the idea that some people are ‘born Jewish’ and others are not. At the same time, it is possible to ‘become a Jew’ by ‘conversion’, but this is intentionally and quite conspicuously made as difficult and humiliating as possible, and it is well-known that many Jews (and by no means only religious ones) consider ‘converts’ to be ‘not really Jews at all.’ Anyway, it is impossible for a convert to recreate the intimate interweaving of everyday life and ritual observance that characterise the orthodox Jewish childhood — believe me, I have examined this supposed possibility in great detail. Thus, the convert is always ‘lax in his observance,’ …


The point of all this is that, by example, it implies that accidents of birth have religious, indeed sacred, significance, and ‘protecting the Jews’ becomes a way of legitimising one’s own ‘aristocracy,’ while at the same time demonstrating its ‘liberality.’ …


The Russian Israelis, as a group, are riddled with halachically non-Jewish members — every family has at least one — and this puts them at the receiving end of the home-grown Israeli-Jewish version of this sacred racism, which is a highly concentrated and exceptionally reactionary form, as you all know. So naturally, the Russian Israelis internalise the underlying premise, and react by saying, “We may not be ‘Jewish’, but at least we’re white.” Thus, as the Dead Rabinz video demonstrates, they are at the head of the racist persecution of the Ethiopians.


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March 18, 2009 at 12:30 pm

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