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In God We Trust - God & Money Are The Same Thing

Have you noticed that the same people who believe in a fictional person called "God,"  are the same people who do the bidding of those fictional people we call "corporations"? And if corporations are fictional people, legally speaking, then the countries who birth them through the coital relationship between law and money, are their fictional  parents ( one could think of them as even "god" parents).

So when Ronald Reagan speaks about supporting "democracy," he isn't referring to the votes cast by real people, but those cast by "fictional" people, who always vote with ballots of money, which is itself a fiction. Even property rights, for example, is simply a "belief" that we choose to "believe." And we choose to believe such fictions, because we "believe" we must, or all order and chaos will be loosed upon the world if we do not, and worse, our souls will burn forever in a fictional oven, prepared for …
Since God  cannot be proven to exist or not exist, being immaterial and operating outside of time and space as "He" does, You cannot prove there is a difference between religion and insanity.

Humanity On A Cross of Iron

There has only ever been a division in the world between two groups of people, and that is the rich and the poor, the powerful and the powerless, from those who live the life of leisure, upon all those who labor to provide it. And who keep their power and their riches through divide and conquer, using race, creed, color, etc, as weapons, and by using a legal system that gives the largest  punishments to the smallest criminals, and a political system that rewards financial crooks with an involuntary "bonus" under the elaborate ruse that it's really a necessary "bailout."
We may dress it up in any name we wish, but these powers have always been at odds on some level, in every conflict, war, and genocide we have ever engaged in.
Politics and religion, both of which use "science" in the cleverest of ways, are themselves simply exceedingly clever schemes by which division is sown, and always by those who reap the riches of the various horrors such divisi…

Jesus: Son of an Aztec God, and an Upgrage for Original Sin

I am forever fascinated by how our "beliefs" about something, trick us into forever overlooking some of what more rational perspectives would no doubt deem it's most obvious flaws.

Original sin, you may recall, is the idea that every single person who is born is stained with a flaw, according to the Bible. (And since it is in this "Bible," this idea is both obvious and unquestionably true - obviously.) This "original sin" is said to have occurred when first Eve, then Adam, ate of the forbidden fruit of "knowledge."

There are two components to this original sin, which infects our soul at birth, of which Mary was spared the one but given the other - hence she was "immaculately conceived" -  while Christ was born without the toxin of either one. God, who withheld these two components partially from Mary and entirely from Christ, choose not to grant the rest of humanity any such similar dispensation. Rather, God choose instead, accord…

Maybe We Are Living In Heaven & Hell Already

There is no way we currently know of to "prove" the existence of God, a good Christian or Muslim will tell you, but they will insist that God exists nevertheless. And they know this because "faith is evidence of things not seen," as it says in Hebrews 11:1KJV.  If you "believe it," in other words, it must therefore be true.

But by this reasoning, any infinite number of absurdities that can simply be thought up by our imagination, can magically be brought into existence simply by having "faith" in it.

So what if we are currently living in Heaven and Hell already?

I don't mean simply the economic and political ones, a purely man made idea that is used to divide us into heavenly wealth and hellish poverty, by men who keep it in place by keeping all of us at each others throats,  but one whereby we relive our lives, an infinite number of times.

In the process, our decisions largely determine whether this repeating eternity feels more like heaven…
A lie is just as often something we can believe as a truth is something we can't.
People who believe in heaven are willing to make hell on earth to get there.

Economics is a Religion

Economics is a religion, but it is far, far worse than any other religion, in part because it convinces it's adherents that it is not a religion at all, but a science. But even the science of racism, which feeds the flapping wings of prejudice into a genocidal hurricane, is simply a religion. 
By religion here, I mean a highly developed set of "beliefs, which  is both relied upon to understand the world and for which our bias can always find ample evidence to support, that is based on underlying assumptions that a person either fails to consider or simply accepts as necessarily true a priori. 
The difference, however, is that, for all of the bloody histories of Judaic-Christianity, economics is a religion that is far more evil and sinister. While the former grew out of the wonder of the human mind and the longing of the human heart, economics is the child of human management that culminated and has been passed down through monarchies and other systems of power. 
It is often …

Hell is God's Chemotherapy

1 Corinthians 12:14

“For we were all baptized by one Spirit so as to form one body…….Even so the body is not made up of one part but of many.”  '

The Catholic and even many Christians claim that this line basically supports the idea that we are all part of the body of Christ - hence "Catholic," which means universal.

But suggest humanism is simply saying the exact same thing to some such Catholics and they think you are an agent of the devil himself.

We may be the "body of Christ," but some people think that we are merely cells of that body, while the "mind" belongs to "God" who punishes cells for not performing their "true" function accordingly.

So "hell" is like God's chemotherapy.

A Christian Confession

When a Christian claims that people would be monsters without a belief in God, they are actually confessing that, without their own beliefs barring the door to their darkest desires, they would become a monster; and if not to others, than at least to them self.

Yet so afraid are such Christians of people becoming more evil - that is, more liberal, more open minded, and less conformist or subservient to the claims of highly organized profit oriented religions - that they have embraced the worst evils of all, in defense of their "moral ideals," to rid themselves of the threat posed by people who dared to question the "infallible truths" uttered by fallible charlatans, who claim they are speaking directly to the creator of the entire universe.  

 And after that Creator had created that entire universe, He retired and wrote a book.

It's about a God who lures religious fanatics to murder his own son as a heretic. And all to defend that God from an upstart  who had …