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Old 09-23-2005, 03:24 PM
Nexuseuss Nexuseuss is offline
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Default Re: A lot of bigotry here, I notice (RANT TIME)

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Draken wrote:
Nex, I'm sure there are many people who would testify that Dubya never was anything but nice to them, generous, humble even. I'm sure that if he had to pull the trigger on a REAL person, not just a random "number" out of 1 million Iraqis for example, even he would have trouble doing it, because he would have to look them straight in the eye before doing it.

But pushing a button or giving the order for someone else to do it is a whole different matter.

Just like Freemasons who participate in occult rituals they have no idea the effect of, or what powers and forces they unleash - all they know is that Freemasonry is a "humanitarian, philathropic" worldwide organization trying to promote "wholesome" values.

But what Freemasons and Wiccans don't realise is that their well-meaning, naive energies are being directed towards totally other goals, by the people higher up in the power pyramid, and they don't even KNOW about these people's existance.

All they know is "we had a ritual session for the benefit of Mother Earth", or in the case of Freemasons "The Grand Architect", and that sound mighty fine and benevolent.

The issue is much deeper and more serious than to say that just because you've met Wiccans and they were friendly to you, then all Wiccans are just into a different "religious belief system", and that their rites and rituals are just another way of "serving allmighty God".
You miss the point.

If someone does you a good turn out of the kindness of their heart, do you call it good or do you call it evil?

I recall reading an article over 5 years ago about the ancient cultures of the world and their various religions. Greek philosophers studied in Egypt, Roman Catholics convened with Pagans, etc... They all had the same intrinsic belief in an almighty force and respected each other's good will.

Jesus supposedly collected the "garbage" of the land and made them his people and apostles.

Is there only one path to a belief in a loving almighty creator/father/mother?

If your answer is no, you're on the wrong path.
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