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The Occult and Holiday Eye Candy

December 23, 2009 1 comment

It’s the time of year we celebrate the fact that God sent His Son to earth as a humble baby. When it comes to entertainment, though, the occult is trying hard to take over.

via The Occult and Holiday Eye Candy.

Apparition of the Virgin Mary

December 17, 2009 Leave a comment

This is a really interesting video. The quality is crappy because it was shot with what seems to be a cell phone. However the video is of an apparition appearing over a church in Egypt. It looks like a Christmas display, but you can tell the place is packed out to see this thing. The really interesting part occurs at about 4:30 when it just disappears. It just poofs out into a tiny point of light and looks like it just zips away. The movement is most likely from the movement and quality of the video itself. Deception is on the increase and we must be ready for what is headed at us! Jesus told us there would be days like these.

New mysteries of the Shroud unveiled

November 18, 2009 Leave a comment

(World Net Daily) – A new video documentary about the Shroud of Turin makes a startling new claim about what some believe to be the burial cloth of Jesus – the body was weightless or levitating when it left the remarkable image.

via New mysteries of the Shroud unveiled.

Russian Cosmonaut’s Blog Much Funnier Than NASA | Wired Science | Wired.com

November 18, 2009 Leave a comment

(WIRED Science) – It’s not just NASA that’s hip to the social media game anymore. Now, the Russian space agency Roscosmos has one of its own blogging from the International Space Station.

The blog, as translated by Russia Today, includes pictures from the ISS — and covers a much different array of topics than you usually see in NASA press releases or Twitter feeds. A recent post detailed the “holy symbols” in the Russian area of the station, illustrated by photos of icons and crucifixes floating in zero gravity.

via Russian Cosmonaut’s Blog Much Funnier Than NASA | Wired Science | Wired.com.

Your kidding right?

June 18, 2007 Leave a comment

So Salman Rushdie wrote a book back in 1988 called “The Satanic Verses”. Personally I have never read the book, but seeing as how it has the Muslims all up in arms, I’m guessing it must be good. The “re-newed” hatred for this guy is because he was Knighted. So since you cant say anything bad about Mohammed or imply or whatever, Muslims have decided to threaten society with suicide bombers. How is it that more people have not seen just how ridiculous this group of nuts is? In the name of “allah”, yes not capitalized for a reason, you are fair game should you say anything bad about them. What is worse is that most of the Middle Eastern governments endorse this sort of thinking.

Here is what I know about Mohammed, take it or leave it. Basically he was a hashish smoking raider who was visited by jinns and was able to lead a group of people into worshiping the moon god over all the others. Not so much mono-theism as you might think hence the phrase “allah ackbar” or “god is greater”, well greater than what? All the other several hundred gods of that time period. Also it is well known what Satan’s motive was and why he was cast out of heaven. He wanted to be “greater” than God. I could go on, but that is not the point of this blog post. My point is, you can reason with this group of people. For them its either “allah’s” way or your dead. Granted Christianity had its misguided time under the sun, but NO WHERE in the bible does Christ tell us to either convert or die by the sword, as is the case with Islam. Which leads to the next thing on my rant list. Why does Christianity get the bad rap all the time? I guess the body has become atrophied in parts. God has given us the choice to accept Him freely, or face eternal hell without Him. However Islam gives you the choice to convert freely or die by the sword and then burn in hell. So all you atheist Christ-haters, go take a good hard look at Islam and tell me what you see.

Pakistan Condemns Rushdie Knighthood