Sunday, March 12, 2006

Thought Continues ...

Hum ... that lead me to another thought – have you ever noticed that earthquakes strike on Sundays while the “faithful” are in church? Even though there are generally synagogues in the same regions and communities – the quakes, never seem to take out a synagogue on Saturday, or any other day. (Test this hypothesis with a Google search, ie: “church destroyed earthquake” )

The idiots are being gathered together to be killed, exterminated, cleansed from creation.

If you wish to find a Christian who does NOT believe in Christ’s teachings – go to any church on Sunday and listen to them praying to their deity ... in direct contradiction to Christ’s mandate that they go to a room in their house to pray in private.

Matthew 6:5-6: "And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hypocrites are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men....when thou prayest, enter into thy closet and when thou has shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret...."

So it is only the hypocrites who make a public ritual of prayer – and so it is the churches where the hypocrites will gather – as opposed to those who require a minyan (ten men for a quorum) to hold a ritual service, or reading.

As I see parallels between Bush and Constantine, “faith based” conservative thoughts and warnings emerge – Matthew 15:09, “... in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrine the commandments of men.” It is therefore appropriate to point out that, prior to Constantine’s form of Christianity caused a schism of violence between Eastern and Western congregations, there was no Pope, there was no celibacy, there was none of what is commonly associated with the Roman Catholic Church – or the post-Reformation sects which now populate America.

So ... if one is to raise questions of “faith”, or the possible existence of a “deity”, it becomes clear that there is clear grounds for such doubts. But logic applies as much as, certainly more than, any faith – explain the moment before the “Big-Bang”. Even those who say life and creation are a circle must eventually explain where the circle was initiated – by whom it was drawn – or dictate that the circle is the origin itself.

Of interest here, at the point where the circle is realized to be itself, to be the deity, to conform to all the definitions associated with a deity, the argument reduces to the realization that there is a true deity – and it is not the institutions that kill in the assertion that they represent it.

As parts of the circle of life, we are it – each and every one – some the cancer of imperfection, others healthy developing cells. The immune system is that which exterminates the imperfection – which kills the cancer – and the cancer becomes that which fails conformity to the universal understanding of “goodness” ... that which is known as the Golden Rule ... that we shall do to no one else what we would not have them do to us.

Um ... random associations to enlighten children ... if the right ones are paying attention (in light of the doubts they display, an the problems they see in the institutions to which they are taken).

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