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Old 06-10-2010, 11:03 PM   #1001
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Just to keep this thread fair and balanced, we mustn't forget the ritual murder conducted by the proponents of judaism.

Jewish Ritual Murder


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Yeah know about it, but hadn't seen this authors take on it, apparently he got sent to prison in the 1930's for writing his book. I do believe he was telling the truth about the human sacrifices.
This is one reason Jews where expelled countless times from many countries (some more than once)

It's a cop out for those who scream anti semite.

You can tell storys about any other group of people doing sacrifice and many will believe it to be true - without any legal proceedings or posse after you be it a cyber one or other, except you know who.

I've only read the introduction so will try read through the chapters soon.

BTW I have done a thread on this topic a about 3 years ago. First I knew of it back then, seems most people have still never heard of this topic.

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Old 07-10-2010, 08:52 AM   #1002
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This is one reason Jews where expelled countless times from many countries (some more than once)

It's a cop out for those who scream anti semite.
The jews were persecuted because, just like the muslims they adhere to the real sabbath.

The church wasn't having any of that, think back 70 years, what happened at the end of ww2? The church/europeans threw the jews out on their asses, right onto palestinian land.

Your avatar depicts pan, eternal spirit. Pan was a rapist, he molested innocent people and plundered their land.

And here you are throwing stones from inside a glasshouse. After all pan is the god of your poofter religion catholicism.

Pan is the pope, the baphomet, the head of all churches, the king of kiddy fiddlers, also known as satan.

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Old 07-10-2010, 11:02 AM   #1003
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He carries a set of pipes (known as Panpipes). Myths state that he made these pipes out of the nymph Syrinx, who changed into a bed of reeds to avoid his passions. His sexual appetite is not limited to just unwilling maidens but children, men, and beasts."

"Recent films are changing the historically mythical Pan’s notorious reputation. Disney’s Hercules (1997), Narnia (2005), and the film Pan’s Labyrinth (2006) depict a censored version of this Greek and Roman sex god. Pan appears benign, friendly, and in the latter film full of awe and mystery. The positive image of Pan is a definitive example of how the media powerfully encrypts and shapes perceptions of even the most offensive creature."

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Media depictions of the mythical creature Pan has illustrated the creature benevolently despite his sexually horrific past.

“I rave; and I rape and I rip and I rend


Everlasting world without end!

Mannikin, maiden, maenad, ma



Read more at Suite101: Images of Mythical Pan in Film: Hercules, Narnia, and Pan’s Labyrinth http://www.suite101.com/content/images-of-mythical-pan-in-film-a29419#ixzz11fe1PiOc"


Pan is usually represented as a satyr - a creature half-man and half-goat. The word ‘panic’ derives from his name. Worshipers would engage in wild parties ending violently by the tearing of live animals in a drunken ecstatic possession of Pan"

That is relevant seeing how you are posting about ritual sacrifice.
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Old 07-10-2010, 11:03 AM   #1004
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The jews were persecuted because, just like the muslims they adhere to the real sabbath.

The church wasn't having any of that, think back 70 years, what happened at the end of ww2? The church/europeans threw the jews out on their asses, right onto palestinian land.

Your avatar depicts pan, eternal spirit. Pan was a rapist, he molested innocent people and plundered their land.

And here you are throwing stones from inside a glasshouse. After all pan is the god of your poofter religion catholicism.

Pan is the pope, the baphomet, the head of all churches, the king of kiddy fiddlers, also known as satan.
Typical excuse. Jesus was against the Pharisees and their multitude of stupid/illogical - Sabbat laws. First off this is Pan


hence the pipes he's playing are called Pan pipes (Pan was a Greek deity)


My avatar is Puck aka Robin Good Fellow notice the pipe he's playing are not Pan pipes.

Although ‘Puck’ is now mainly thought of as the personal name of one character in Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream, it is in fact an ancient word, found both in Germanic and in Celtic languages, for a demon, goblin, or troublesome fairy. In medieval and Elizabethan English, the connections can be quite sinister; Langland calls Hell ‘the poukes poundfold’, and Spenser, calling down blessings on a newly married couple, prays that they may be safe from fires, lightning, witches, ‘the Pouke and other evill sprights’. But Shakespeare's Puck is only a mischievous trickster who boasts of shape-changing and leading travellers astray; like a helpful domestic brownie he arrives at the end of the play, broom in hand, to sweep the house so that the fairies may bless it.

The name ‘Puck’ appears in two Sussex variants of the story of the man who spies on his fairy helpers, one published in 1854 and the other in 1875. A farmer (or a carter) who realizes someone has been secretly threshing his corn (or feeding his horses) watches two small fairies toiling at these tasks until one says to the other, ‘I say, Puck, I sweats, do you sweat?’ The man bursts out laughing (or cursing), and the fairies rush off; he falls sick and pines away (or his horses do) (Simpson, 1973: 55-7). Also in the mid-19th century, being ‘poakeled’ was a dialect term in the Midlands and west of England for having lost one's way at night or feeling bewildered and confused.

In English folklore, Puck is a mythological fairy or mischievous nature sprite. Puck is also a generalised personification of land spirits. In more recent times, the figure of Robin Goodfellow is identified as a puck.

Illustration from the title page of Robin Goodfellow: His Mad Pranks and Merry Jests (1629)


In English folklore, Puck is a mythological fairy or mischievous nature sprite.
Etymology

The Old English puca is a kind of half-tamed woodland sprite, leading folk astray with echoes and lights in nighttime woodlands (like the German and Dutch Weisse Frauen and Witte Wieven and the French Dames Blanches, all "White Ladies"), or coming into the farmstead and souring milk in the churn.
Significantly for such a place-spirit or genius loci, the Old English. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the etymology of the name Puck is "unsettled", and it is not clear even whether its origin is Germanic (cf. Old Norse puki, Old Swedish puke, Icelandic puki, Frisian Puk), or Celtic (Welsh pwca[1] and Irish púca).
One inference would surmise that a theoretical Proto-Indo-European original for both is earlier than the linguistic split.[2]
According to Paul Devereux, the names of various creatures from Celtic folklore, including the Irish, púca, Welsh, "pwca" or "pwca", could be from the same Celtic family as the term "pixies" (in Cornwall, "Piskies"),[3] however "piskie" could be related to the Swedish word "pyske" meaning "small fairy".
Other likely names:
  • Bosworth and Toller list only "púcel" (puucel) in Old English.[4]
  • In Friesland, there is a “Puk”
  • In old German, the “putz” or “butz” is a being not unlike the original English Puck.
  • In Icelandic a “Púki” is a little devil. “Púkinn” with the definite article suffix "-inn", "The Puck", means the Devil.
  • The “Puk” (or the Draug) in Norwegian is a water spirit, a supernatural being of evil power.
  • In modern Cornwall folklore are Buccas, good and bad.
The folklore of Puck was magisterially assembled by William Bell, in two volumes that appeared in 1852[5] that have been called a "monument to nineteenth-century antiquarianism gone rampant."[6]
Since, if you "speak of the Devil" he will appear, Puck's euphemistic "disguised" name is "Robin Goodfellow" or "Hobgoblin",[7] in which "Hob" may substitute for "Rob" or may simply refer to the "goblin of the hearth" or hob. The name Robin is Middle English in origin, deriving from Old French Robin, the pet form for the name Robert (which had cognates in the Old English Hrodberht and Old German Rodbert or Hrodebert, all derived from the Proto-Germanic hrôdberxtas. See Robert). The earliest reference to "Robin Goodfellow" cited by the Oxford English Dictionary is from 1531. After Meyerbeer's successful opera Robert le Diable (1831), neo-medievalists and occultists began to apply the name Robin Goodfellow to the Devil, with appropriately extravagant imagery.
If you had the knack, Puck might do minor housework for you, quick fine needlework or butter-churning, which could be undone in a moment by his knavish tricks if you fell out of favour with him. "Those that Hob-goblin call you, and sweet Puck, / You do their work, and they shall have good luck" said one of William Shakespeare's fairies. Shakespeare's characterization of "shrewd and knavish" Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream may have revived flagging interest in Puck.[8]
According to Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (1898):
[Robin Goodfellow is a] "drudging fiend", and merry domestic fairy, famous for mischievous pranks and practical jokes. At night-time he will sometimes do little services for the family over which he presides. The Scots call this domestic spirit a brownie; the Germans, kobold or Knecht Ruprecht. Scandinavians called it Nissë God-dreng. Puck, the jester of Fairy-court, is the same.
In English literature

Main article: Puck (Shakespeare)
Puck, also known as Robin Goodfellow, is a character in William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream, whose nature has been so clearly fixed in the English-speaking imagination that, as Katherine Briggs has remarked,[9] "it no longer seems natural to talk as Robert Burton does in the Anatomie of Melancholy of a puck instead of 'Puck'". The audience is introduced to Puck in Act II Scene I when Puck encounters one of Titania's fairies. She recognizes Puck for
that shrewd and knavish sprite
Call'd Robin Goodfellow: are not you he
That frights the maidens of the villagery;
Skim milk, and sometimes labour in the quern
And bootless make the breathless housewife churn;
And sometime make the drink to bear no barm;
Mislead night-wanderers, laughing at their harm?
Those that Hobgoblin call you and sweet Puck,
You do their work, and they shall have good luck:
Are not you he?
It is Puck's mistaken doings that provide the convolutions of the plot.
Aside from Shakespeare's famous use of Puck, many other writers have referred to the spirit as well. An early 17th century broadside ballad, "The Mad Merry Pranks of Robin Goodfellow"—which is so deft and literate it has been taken for the work of Ben Jonson—describes Puck/Robin Goodfellow as the emissary of Oberon, the Faery King, inspiring night-terrors in old women but also carding their wool while they sleep, leading travellers astray, taking the shape of animals, blowing out the candles to kiss the girls in the darkness, twitching off their bedclothes, or making them fall out of bed on the cold floor, tattling secrets, and changing babes in cradles with elflings. All his work is done by moonlight, and his mocking, echoing laugh is "Ho ho ho!"
Robin Goodfellow is the main speaker in Jonson's 1612 masque Love Restored.
John Milton, in L'Allegro tells "how the drudging Goblin swet / To earn his cream-bowle duly set" by threshing a week's worth of grain in a night, and then, "stretch'd out all the chimney's length, / Basks at the fire his hairy strength." Milton's Puck is not small and sprightly, but nearer to a Green Man or a hairy woodwose. For followers of neo-Pagan imagery, sometimes the influence of Pan imagery has now given Puck the hindquarters and cloven hooves of a goat. He may even have small horns.
Goethe also used Puck in the first half of Faust, in a scene entitled "A Walpurgis Night Dream", where he played off of the spirit Ariel from The Tempest.

Kipling's Puck of Pook's Hill, painted by Arthur Rackham


Puck's trademark laugh in the early ballads is "Ho ho ho."[10] In modern mythology, the "merry old elf" who works with magical swiftness unseen in the night, who can "descry each thing that's done beneath the moone", whom we propitiate with a glass of milk, lest he put lumps of coal in the stockings we hang by the hob with care, and whose trademark laugh is "Ho ho ho"—is Santa Claus.
In Rudyard Kipling's Puck of Pook's Hill (1906), Puck, the last of the People of the Hills and "the oldest thing in England", charms the children Dan and Una with a collection of tales and visitors out of England's past.
Puck plays a central role in Mark Chadbourn's fantasy sequence, "Kingdom of the Serpent", comprising the novels "Jack of Ravens", "The Burning Man", and one yet to be published. Puck manipulates the heroes in an epic battle between good and evil over two thousand years of human history.
Pan, a Puck-like entity, is also a main character in Tom Robbins' novel Jitterbug Perfume.
The children's theater play Robin Goodfellow by Aurand Harris is a retelling of A Midsummer Night's Dream from the point of view of Puck.
In popular culture

See Puck in popular culture
That shattered your illusion.
I am not a religious catholic I am not religious I follow no relgions/faith - I reject all religions and their belief systems.

I do respect Jesus's opposition to Judaism and his exposure of their ways.

I take it you're Jewish or Muslim? Both Koran and Talmud teach hatred and practice deceit on gentiles. Another reason Jews where expelled from many countries.
Your initiation into your religion is genital mutilations (a barbaric blood ritual). Which is child abuse and torture and a blood offering to your God. Your covenant with Yahweh.

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Old 07-10-2010, 11:08 AM   #1005
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"It has often been charged... that Catholicism is overlaid with many pagan incrustations. Catholicism is ready to accept that accusation - and even to make it her boast... the great god Pan is not really dead, he is baptized" -The Story of Catholicism p 37
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The Church did everything it couldto stamp out such 'pagan' rites, but had to capitualet and allow the rites to continue with only the name of the local diety changed to some Christian saint's name." -Religious Tradition and Myth. Dr. Edwin Goodenough, Professor of Religion, Harvard University. p. 56, 57
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The penetration of the religion of Babylon became so general and well known that Rome was called the "New Babylon." -Faith of our fathers 1917 ed. Cardinal Gibbons, p. 106
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Old 07-10-2010, 11:18 AM   #1008
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Typical Muslim (Thuban) Muhammad trashed all the Pagan deities at Mecca/Kabba except one Allah. Beheaded 800 Jews in one day.

Anything to say about the first post? A group of little children beheading a man?
Do you think this is acceptable behaviour for children?
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Old 07-10-2010, 11:25 AM   #1009
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LOL, yes i wear 144000!right under my fitted

that is 144000 more than you will ever wear.

that is 144000 that will be standing strong.

for ever, while your god is dieng right now.
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Old 07-10-2010, 11:32 AM   #1010
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"Yahweh's Warriors:
The Two Armies of 144,000
by Sherry Shriner


It has been prophesied and written that in the last days the Lord would raise up an army of 144,000. This 144,000 will go throughout the earth preaching His Salvation, persuading the peoples of the earth not to join the global economy by getting a mark or chip in or on their right hand or forehead, thereby disrupting the global political and religious unified systems that have by then overtaken the world.

The whole world unified under a one world religion and a one world economy and global government. This is what the New World Order has been trying to achieve for the past decade. Replacing democracies and republics with one world socialism. Even dictatorships if being led by someone they couldn't control were replaced within the past 10 years with someone they could.

If you think the United States has been busy helping and saving smaller countries from tyrannical governments think again. We've entered over 200 countries throughout the world and overpowered both peaceful and not so peaceful governments to install dictatorships. They've even overthrown democratic governments to install dictatorships, and the whole time they've lied to the American public about what they were really doing, installing dictatorships for the global government to come. There are several beasts involved with the last days and America is one of them. America, the right hand man of the Antichrist. The Arab countries call America the Great Satan. After witnessing first hand and coming to the realization of what's really going on here it certainly is a valid accusation and prophetic to say the least."

http://www.sherryshriner.com/sherry/144.htm
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