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  1. Peckinpah's classic. Bob Dylan, Chris Christopherson and James Coburn, a tale of violence and where it leads, with a great soundtrack and beautiful cinematography and fantastic, realistic period western acting. I really reccomend this one -
  2. Billy Two Hats, an intriguing film, a different kind of Western with some hard hitting and magical moments. A great film.
  3. How about some Westerns - Gregory Peck in a great film, again with a powerful message about the pointlessness of violence. One of the best westerns imo
  4. Then there's Daywatch and Nightwatch (Perhaps a bit anti-pc as its Russian, still good art is good art)
  5. Phrophecy Trilogy - Great Supernatural film
  6. Oh I've got to many favourites, but I like films that portray real life experiences, they are best for me. This one is about the pointlessness of violence. Bring Me The Head of Alfredo Garcia https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0071249/
  7. I disagree with this article. The Bible is a Flat Earth book, I won't go through the verses I think betray that the writers thought the Earth was flat and as such, the Bible cannot be seen as the Divine word of God. Christians are used to squirming under their beliefs, they go through all sorts of mental gymnastics and an unhealthy dose of cognitive dissonance mixed in with the brainwashing to stick with their faith, as that article shows. The authors argue that most of the verses are interpreted incorrectly and are largely due to Geocentric arguments, but again, they where wholly and absolutely wrong about the Earth being Geocentric - but thats forgotten about, or glossed over. Once again I see Christians squirming under their faith to reason out something they cannot accept, like they don't accept they are Sun worshipers or Polytheists with their Trinity, Saints, Mother of God and Satan beliefs, they do not believe in One God they believe in many but excuse it with tales of Angelic hierarchy and God is 3 in One nonsense. Christians are Sun worshiping Pagans and the Bible IS a Flat Earth book. Example Again, the devil took him to a very high mountain and showed him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor. “All this I will give you,” he said, “if you will bow down and worship me.” 10 Jesus said to him, “Away from me, Satan! How could Satan show Jesus ALL the kingdoms of the world if the Earth was not flat? Half the Kingdoms of the world would be on the other side of the Globe. Hence Satan could only have shown Jesus ALL the kingdoms of the world if it was Flat! Hence the writers of that passage believed the world was flat. Sorry, just Christians trying to deflect and argue against something as plain as the nose on their face, again.
  8. What do you mean - 'people of Satan' do you mean people who are anti-good / anti life or do you actually believe in the christian demi-god Satan, ruler of Hell?
  9. Hi Keenly, Have looked at your posts but their a bit confusing. Perhaps you could start a thread explaining the basis of your theory, what these ideas stem from. As I understand it Heterosexuals are Satanic and intersexual people are more evolved? Is that what your trying to say? And if so can you explain the reason or basis for this idea. Also, be good to use some punctuation and seperate you posts into paragraphs. It makes reading a lot easier. Edit: I should also say - welome aboard.
  10. The Masters Carpet Or, Masonry and Baal-worship Identical ; Reviewing the Similarity Between Masonry, Romanism and "the Mysteries" and Comparing the Whole with the Bible Book by Edmond Ronayne Link - https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.coloradofreemasons.org/pdfDocuments/library/TheMastersCarpet.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwjQg6Lv_cr3AhXXgVwKHXHSDC4QFnoECAMQAQ&usg=AOvVaw1mmBMCyyHhI-3kgsyu-9Rm In this book the author writes that Freemasonary is based on the same Pagan mystery teachings as the Roman Catholic church, and I suggest, its derivatives like the Church of England. Freemasons worship their Holy Trinity of the Sun, Mother Nature and Baal. The earliest Trinitarian religion originates, as usual in Egypt, Osiris, Isis and Horus, the Sun, Mother Nature and their off spring.
  11. Jesus was trying to teach primitive people with Pagan understandings, he was speaking in 'their' language/mentality. imo
  12. How do you know God to be a 'He'? I think of God as omnipotent, eternal and infinite. I don't see how such a being could be classified in human terms of 'He' or 'She' Pagan superstition to call God 'the Father' - do you know where the belief stems from? That teaching from Levictus was meant for priests by the way.
  13. I'll just say this - those are not the words of the one we call Jesus. If you accept Jesus came to establish a new covenant, a new agreement with God, a new Testament, by what authority do you hold those teachings to be true or relevant?
  14. "27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them." If he created Man and Woman in his own image, then he must be a man and woman God - a hermaphrodite. That is, if you take the Bible to be the divine word of God and the ultimate truth and you read it literally, then you have to accept it - as a good Christian, that God is Bisexual. How then, anyone can say they worship such a God yet condemn gay's or bisexual's is beyond me. And I agree with you - God created everything, therefore IT created them too, so they are just as much a part of God's creation as anyone else.
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