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Old 06-12-2010, 03:22 AM
Leonard Chisholm Leonard Chisholm is offline
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I personally consider it disgraceful that a human being believed to be a representative of God can say sorry for the crimes that Catholic priests have committed and the whole of the Cathiolic community should hang their heads in shame. If it is justified for a priest to continue in the priesthood without being dismissed and punished by court of law, then release all those outside the Catholic ministry and let them go free. Once again an excuse based of forgiveness but only by a false human being who foolish people believe he is a direct represetative of God. The Pope is as guilty as the priests as according to law, he is an accessory after the fact. God clearly states that all should obey the laws of the land. Is the Pope outside the laws of human rights and think he is God himself and not his representative. Time he looks at human rights. Time all the wealth that he controls was given to compensate for those who have suffered. I am sure he is well looked after and is comforted by those law breakers.

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Old 06-12-2010, 12:25 PM
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You rephrase this thead;

"God is a disgrace"
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Old 06-12-2010, 06:05 PM
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catholics are not the descrace.. what those few priest did was
i dont know to much about this but what is a descrace is non catholic churches marrying gays. and those non catholic churches in ireland.. now thats a descrace
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Old 06-17-2010, 12:15 AM
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The Jesuits preach Jesus but are little more than preists of Isis/Sirius, they were formed by a Bull in Rome on 21st July 1550, called Exposcit Debitum.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exposcit_Debitum

On that day in Rome, Sirius rose with the Sun, you can't get more ancient Egyptian than that...please click on download, when image comes up please click on it again to make clearer and bigger, the red line shows curve of the Earth.
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Old 06-17-2010, 12:32 AM
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The Exposcit Debitum link isn't working properly however scroll down link to "Please search for Exposcit Debitum in wikipedia" and click on this, this should give you the information you require.

The Gregorian Calendar's main architect was the Jesuit mathematician Christopher Clavius, link below:-

Christopher Clavius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

On the Prime Meridian and every 15 degrees of longitude there after, the Gregorian Calendar points to to Sirius in the middle of the sky at midnight on 1st January, slightly modified from the ancient Egyptian Calendar where Sirius rose with the Sun on New Years Day, the change was made by the invention of the clock!

Sirius midnight culmination New Year’s Eve | Tonight | EarthSky
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Old 06-18-2010, 03:29 AM
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The symbol of Gnosticism is important in studying Hermetic astrology where dates are chosen to align to Sirius/Isis or Alnilam/Belt of Orion/Osiris by intention.

The symbol is a Cross within a Circle like a snipers sights, and point to the positions to align stars.

Gnosticism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Before we use midnight only sunrise and sunset were used as a fix to align the stars, midnight was included as the clock emerged.
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