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Old 11-26-2005, 02:50 AM
SeC SeC is offline
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26/11/2005.

"Over the course of history, not only has religion brought about all sorts of atrocities, but those who carried them out were convinced they were doing their duty. To imprison, massacre and burn ‘heretics’ and ‘infidels’ without any consideration for their humanity was to demonstrate their faith. And some of them were even persuaded that in doing so they were acting out of love for their fellow men: by condemning them to be burned at the stake, they were saving them from the fires of Hell, from eternal damnation. The aberrations fanaticism can produce in the minds of some are extraordinary! And God, of course, would reward them! But did they first ask him if he condoned the massacre of his creatures? This is the first question to be asked of all those who, even in our epoch, claim to be ‘soldiers of the faith’ and think of themselves as instruments of the divine will: has God sent them to earth to massacre their fellow creatures in his name?"

Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov

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Old 11-26-2005, 03:03 AM
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Not about organized religion. Yes, many atrocities, but then again - all organized
institutions have to fight not to be totally corrupt.

Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

Lord Acton
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Old 11-26-2005, 03:45 AM
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26/11/2005.

"Over the course of history, not only has religion brought about all sorts of atrocities, but those who carried them out were convinced they were doing their duty. To imprison, massacre and burn ‘heretics’ and ‘infidels’ without any consideration for their humanity was to demonstrate their faith. And some of them were even persuaded that in doing so they were acting out of love for their fellow men: by condemning them to be burned at the stake, they were saving them from the fires of Hell, from eternal damnation. The aberrations fanaticism can produce in the minds of some are extraordinary! And God, of course, would reward them! But did they first ask him if he condoned the massacre of his creatures? This is the first question to be asked of all those who, even in our epoch, claim to be ‘soldiers of the faith’ and think of themselves as instruments of the divine will: has God sent them to earth to massacre their fellow creatures in his name?"

Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov
Sadly, there’s something called INDOCTRINATED thinking. They simply wont believe that they are wrong. So what solution is there for this?
Concentration camps perhaps? Kidding :-)

I believe that religion is very often used as a method of persuasion to make people do things that would otherwise cause them to question their morals.
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Old 11-26-2005, 04:45 AM
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Yeah, the guillotine. Nothing NWO is planning do I find attractive.

No "true religion" ever did anything other than be peaceful.

Chicken-little in reverse.

Do androids really dream of electric sheep. No. They are an electrical appliance, ha.

So, I wonder what's planned. Project Blue Beam.
A faked invasion perhaps.

Imagine being a toaster. No thanks, guillotine.

Everybody MUST take a Luciferic initiation to enter the NWO, very sad. Welcome to robotics and, sorry, short-circuitry en masse.

"Give me an N...sorry"
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Old 11-26-2005, 06:20 AM
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