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  1. How is stating what colour skin they have tarring everyone with the same brush? Why won't you say what colour skin they have?
  2. Those that survive the Judgement, the "wheat" of Christ's parable. Those that have developed the fruits of the spirit.
  3. I don't do any choosing. God is the one who choses in the context of those verses. Jesus Christ also spoke of a choosing, when he gave the parable of separating the wheat from the weeds.
  4. Not sure why you say "girl". Everyone's going to be tested against the transhumanist agenda, and many already are, so you'll need it too and I wish you all the best.
  5. What colour do you think the top adepts are, of the transhumanist agenda?
  6. In Pike's day, it would've been the former, but in more modern times, the latter. I'm seeking to heal. We all need healing. That's what Jesus Christ promised as a Redeemer. That's a very open question. I gave an indication of what may happen in the short to medium term in this post : https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/24371-what-do-you-think-will-happen-to-the-vaxxed/&do=findComment&comment=375093 Regarding the longer term future, Isaiah painted this picture in chapter 16 verses 21-25: "They will build houses and dwell in them; they will plant vineyards and eat their fruit. No longer will they build houses and others live in them, or plant and others eat. For as the days of a tree, so will be the days of my people; my chosen ones will long enjoy the work of their hands. They will not labor in vain, nor will they bear children doomed to misfortune; for they will be a people blessed by the Lord, they and their descendants with them. Before they call I will answer; while they are still speaking I will hear. The wolf and the lamb will feed together, and the lion will eat straw like the ox, and dust will be the serpent’s food. They will neither harm nor destroy on all my holy mountain."
  7. They are being intolerant of anyone who objects to their agenda, not just white people. There are many white people who are even part of the transhumanist agenda.
  8. Albert Pike says, "if science can but learn how to control it..." Of course I'm working towards the spiritual reality, but not in collaboration with transhumanism.
  9. That's why I posted the quote because it shows that Holy Spirt, and the Paraclete, is on the Fraternity's radar. They need the Holy Spirit to complete their plans, but that's a big subject and better discussed in a thread on that subject.
  10. Yes, the quote was by Albert Pike, who's considered the father of Scottish Rite Freemasonry.
  11. Could you explain in more detail how you came to the belief that everyone should be brown? Was it something that you felt should happen, something that came from within you, or was it something that Chomsky said that you identified with. or something else? I mentioned that the Great Work involves using science to harness the power of the Holy Spirit, and that adepts like Albert Pike had spoken about this. In Morals and Dogma, Albert Pike wrote: "There is in nature one most potent force, by means whereof a single man, who could possess himself of it, and should know how to direct it, could revolutionize and change the face of the world. This force was known to the ancients. It is a universal agent, whose Supreme law is equilibrium; and whereby, if science can but learn how to control it, it will be possible to change the order of the Seasons, to produce in night the phenomena of day, to send a thought in an instant round the world, to heal or slay at a distance, to give our words universal success, and make them reverberate everywhere. This agent, partially revealed by the blind guesses of the disciples of Mesmer, is percisely what the Adepts of the middle ages called the elementary matter of the great work. The Gnostics held that it composed the igneous body of the Holy Spirit; and it was adored in the secret rites of the Sabbat or the Temple, under the hieroglyphic figure of Baphomet or the hermaphroditic goat of Mendes. There is a Life-principle of the World, a universal agent, wherein are two natures and a double current, of Love and Wrath. This ambient fluid penetrates everything... it is the body of the Holy Spirit, the universal agent, the Serpent devouring his own tail..." ("Morals and Dogma", the chapter: "Knight of the Sun or Prince Adept" [in a discussion for the 28th degree of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry], by Albert Pike, L.H. Jenkins, Inc., 1950; p.818)
  12. I agree. It's wrong to force tolerance. I believe people should be able to say what they want to say but that they should be prepared to back up what they say, or to be questioned about what they believe. I first posted against political correctness back in 2007, and highlighted then how it would be used to bring about the opposite of what it was claimed it would achieved. We should not all be forced into thinking the same, into some kind of manufactured unity. C. S. Lewis summed it up very well: Even on the biological level life is not like a pool but like a tree. It does not move towards unity but away from it and the creatures grow further apart as they increase in perfection. Good, as it ripens, becomes continually more different not only from evil but from other good. I do not think that all who choose wrong roads perish; but their rescue consists in being put back on the right road. A wrong sum can be put right: but only by going back till you find the error and working it afresh from that point, never by simply going on. Evil can be undone, but it cannot "develop" into good. Time does not heal it. The spell must be unwound, bit by bit, "with backward mutters of dissevering power"-or else not. It is still "either-or." If we insist on keeping Hell (or even earth) we shall not see Heaven: if we accept Heaven we shall not be able to retain even the smallest and most intimate souvenirs of Hell. I believe, to be sure, that any man who reaches Heaven will find that what he abandoned (even in plucking out his right eye) was precisely nothing: that the kernel of what he was really seeking even in his most depraved wishes will be there, beyond expectation, waiting for him in "the High Countries".
  13. I haven't dismissed the consciousness of animals. I just suggested they may see time in a different way by only living in the moment, which is something that's more challenging for humans. I said that living in the moment, in the now, is what can give animals a lot of their charm. I've never said humans are special. I said humans with overdeveloped intellects have more difficulty appreciating the unity and wholeness of time, which again is why I quoted Schopenhauer: "The brain may be regarded as a kind of parasite of the organism, a pensioner, as it were, who dwells with the body."
  14. Matter has been around long before man arrived, but it's only when man appeared on the scene with his over-developed intellect that the "book" appeared fragmented.
  15. There's always a Joker in the pack... Anthony Newley - The Joker (1965)
  16. Harry Secombe as Mr. Bumble (1968)
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