Blogs 4 Brownback

June 18, 2007

Okay, Who’s the Wise Guy?

I’m not sure what this means:

With regard to recent press reports about WordPress hosting a blog entitled “Blogs 4 Brownback”.

WordPress has received some worrying comments with regard to this blog through our admin site. The “Blogs 4 Brownback” site is a parody. Please do not forward any comments with regard to racist language, personal abuse or civil action suits to WordPress as we are not responsible for the content on the blog, merely as a host for the site.

Please use the “Blogs 4 Brownback” blog as it was intented: for entertainment purposes only.

Thank you,
The WordPress Team.

But it’s not very funny. It’s also not true. This is not a parody site. This is a site dedicated to the election of Senator Sam Brownback to the Presidency of the United States. Any complaints or comments you have, you can make to me directly. My email address is posted in the “Team” thread. You all know this, so why is one of you joking around by posting this nonsense in every thread?

Those who hate and fear what is said on this blog, hate and fear America itself. Senator Brownback is the greatest living American, and the finest President our nation can hope for. Complaining to WordPress will not change this fact, and writing spoof posts pretending to be WordPress will not change it, either. Ultimately, with faith in our hearts and God on our side, decent Americans will prevail over you moonbat scumbags. That is a promise, and that is the legacy of our ongoing experiment in American democracy.

May God be with you all.

UPDATE: I come back from a hard day’s work, and some other joker has used my posted email address and my name to post fake comments on the blog. It’s my fault for making that my official wordpress email address as well. Don’t worry, though, I’ve changed it. The new controlling email address is a secret. Now I just have to go through the comments and eliminate the ones written by the moonbat. Also, I have to IP-ban the offender. Please excuse me if I don’t get back to your comments for a little while.

UPDATE II: My original thought was that these jokers were responsible for the WordPress prank. I’m beginning to have my doubts, though. Certainly, they could get away with it; we all know that IP addresses practically grow on trees.

This site is now officially infested with moonbats.

Update III (by Psycheout): Welcome, Salon readers.  You are being lied to by Salon, as usual.  Please see our brief response to the slander that brought you here.


  1. […] news – Sisyphus rebuts this attack, and reaffirms that he isn’t a […]

    Pingback by Interesting « Blogs 4 Moonbats — June 18, 2007 @ 5:16 am | Reply

  2. This is from your post titled – “Heliocentrism is an Atheist Doctrine”… probably the most controversial one since it got attention from editors of the “Scientific American” magazine.

    Here’s what I think – It still takes a very convoluted person to keep a practical joke like this going and going, unless you’re being paid to do so. After all – the most satisfying part of any practical joke is when you admit it. The saddest part is that it attracts the REAL hardcore believers.

    Anyways, if this blog is a parody, then kudos to you Sisyphus. I dunno if you were being paid for this, but I sure as hell confirmed (through all the psychiatric probes in that other post) that you don’t care the least bit for what you preach here.

    Comment by Cyriac — June 18, 2007 @ 7:43 am | Reply

  3. Sisyphus: “This is not a parody site.”

    Can you prove that?

    Comment by Tyler Durden — June 18, 2007 @ 8:20 am | Reply

  4. My list of suspects includes Skeptic, PG, hoverfrog, or Tyler Durden. I actually think that Cyriac is a parody himself, so I doubt it was him.

    I guess this doesn’t really matter. If the moonbats decide it’s a parody and go away, that’d even be good. We real Americans wouldn’t have to expend so much energy fighting them off, and could put more time into promoting Senator Brownback’s campaign.

    Comment by DPS — June 18, 2007 @ 8:49 am | Reply

  5. What an insult! The LIBERAL MSM (now apparently including WordPress) is at it again. If this is a parody what does that say about which now gets fewer views than Blogs4Brownback! See the chart here:

    By the way, you guys are totally kickin’ the sand in their face in Portugal.
    Blogsforbush ranks 98,465 there while blogs4brownback is ranked 26,321.

    The word is spreading, Brownback’s Jesus is better than Romney’s and apparently Bush’s too.

    Comment by carsick — June 18, 2007 @ 10:37 am | Reply

  6. So because we all support Sam Brownbeck, love our country and embrace its traditional values we are all a bunch of racists???? This is the liberal mind at the sickest!!!

    Comment by BJ Tabor — June 18, 2007 @ 10:51 am | Reply

  7. Sisyphus,

    Please ban the person who is spoofing you.

    Comment by DPS — June 18, 2007 @ 10:52 am | Reply

  8. *sniff*

    Comment by Manboy — June 18, 2007 @ 10:54 am | Reply

  9. Ifeel a fool to be taken in by this facetious blog. Does this mean the earth is really round?

    Comment by dadaclu — June 18, 2007 @ 10:55 am | Reply

  10. If Brownback doesn’t win then this world will begin it’s slow descent into a world that looks a lot like the one depicted in the movie Mad Max and, prophetically, a scene from that movie will be all too familiar.

    Johnny the Boy: [Max limps away after handcuffing Johnny to the car, leaking gas next to a fire] HAA! You’re funny man, YOU’RE REAL FUNNY! PLEASE! PLEASE DON’T LEAVE ME! NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

    Comment by carsick — June 18, 2007 @ 10:57 am | Reply

  11. Well, sisi, seems like you just got owned by reality. 🙂

    “If Brownback doesn’t win then this world will begin it’s slow descent into a world that looks a lot like the one depicted in the movie Mad Max and, prophetically, a scene from that movie will be all too familiar.”

    Actually, seeing what a nutter Brownback is, the world will be like Mad Max (a post-WWIII-scenario) perhaps like 3 moths after his election. That guy´s just too eager to have a nuclear war.

    Comment by PG — June 18, 2007 @ 11:08 am | Reply

  12. “My list of suspects includes Skeptic, PG, hoverfrog, or Tyler Durden. I actually think that Cyriac is a parody himself, so I doubt it was him.”

    Look no further, for it is I, The Dark One, that sendeth this message!


    Comment by Satan — June 18, 2007 @ 11:16 am | Reply

  13. PG @”Well, sisi, seems like you just got owned by reality”

    If you assertion this all a parody is true PG are sure you want to be raising the question who really is the clueless, humorless, thick headed rube who has gotten powend here?

    No that I am admitting to anything.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — June 18, 2007 @ 11:30 am | Reply

  14. Everybody just settle down. There’s no parody. Both the WordPress comment and the “Sisyphus” comments are spoofs. The real Sisyphus will clear things up when he gets back. Think about it: why would Sisyphus post this in comments, instead of posting it to the main page?

    These nitwit libtards recognize no limits. They should all be punished, severely.

    Comment by DPS — June 18, 2007 @ 11:47 am | Reply

  15. If you assertion this all a parody is true PG are sure you want to be raising the question who really is the clueless, humorless, thick headed rube who has gotten powend here?

    Actually, I suspected it to be a parody from beginning on.I´m just playing along and I´m perhaps scaring away some of the real wingnuts.

    Comment by PG — June 18, 2007 @ 11:47 am | Reply

  16. I slice off my beard.

    I squeeze moisture from my shell.

    I am no longer Happy Clam.

    Comment by Happy Clam — June 18, 2007 @ 12:03 pm | Reply


    Comment by SeekHim — June 18, 2007 @ 12:30 pm | Reply


    That would make sense, Ron Paul created this blog to scare people away from Brownback…

    Comment by Satan — June 18, 2007 @ 12:50 pm | Reply

  19. Ron Paul’s pernicious use of facts, history, reason, common sense, experience, etc. is a dire threat to all good Brownback (and therefore America) supporters.

    Comment by St. Legalize — June 18, 2007 @ 2:07 pm | Reply

  20. St. Legalize
    Thankfully, the vast majority of the American people have shown they reject the tactics of Ron Paul and any other politicians who try to utilize them. He would be well served by cracking the spine of his Bible and getting on the Right path.

    Comment by carsick — June 18, 2007 @ 2:23 pm | Reply

  21. “Please ban the person who is spoofing you.”

    Will do. Did that idiot post somewhere else, though? When I saw the first spoof comment, I deleted it in a hurry. Now I have to hope that the offender left a second one around, so that I can track him down.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 18, 2007 @ 3:31 pm | Reply

  22. Ifeel a fool to be taken in by this facetious blog. Does this mean the earth is really round?”

    This blog is not facetious. The earth is not round. Some moonbat made the lucky guess that my email address controlled my comments. Not having my password, he couldn’t come in and alter posts. He could, however, damage my reputation in the comments. He will be dealt with, harshly.

    “Everybody just settle down. There’s no parody. Both the WordPress comment and the “Sisyphus” comments are spoofs. The real Sisyphus will clear things up when he gets back. Think about it: why would Sisyphus post this in comments, instead of posting it to the main page?

    These nitwit libtards recognize no limits. They should all be punished, severely.”

    This entire post is exactly right.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 18, 2007 @ 3:33 pm | Reply

  23. Thank God – I guess. I’m still confused about this blog. I guess the only certainty is in the Bible.

    Comment by dadaclu — June 18, 2007 @ 4:09 pm | Reply

  24. “Thank God – I guess. I’m still confused about this blog. I guess the only certainty is in the Bible.”


    Comment by Sisyphus — June 18, 2007 @ 4:19 pm | Reply

  25. “This site is now officially infested with moonbats.”

    Damn right!

    Moonbats of the World, Unite! You have nothing to lose but your chains.

    Comment by Skeptic — June 18, 2007 @ 4:27 pm | Reply

  26. Hacking Sisyphus email, What else do expect from liberals, it not like they’ve won any argument on this blog so cheep stunts like that are all they have left. I hope this doesn’t get you down Sisyphus, American needs heroes like you fighting the good fight.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — June 18, 2007 @ 4:29 pm | Reply

  27. Hacking Sisyphus email, What else do expect from liberals, it not like they’ve won any argument on this blog so cheep stunts like that are all they have left. I hope this doesn’t get you down Sisyphus, American needs heroes like you fighting the good fight.”

    Thanks, BJ. No, if the liberals want to silence me or Senator Brownback they’re going to have to try a lot harder than that. They’ll soon find that patriotic Americans are made of sterner stuff than they’d imagined.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 18, 2007 @ 4:40 pm | Reply

  28. Dear Sisyphus,

    You and this site shall remain in the thoughts and prayers of every member of Baptists For Brownback 2008. May the Lord send a team of warring angels to guard and protect you, this important site, and our Sam Brownback. I too have been accused of having less than stellar intentions with my blog. This new tactic of the liberal elite to discredit legitimate sites is lower than low. Know that the Lord will deal with these inifidels accordingly in His time and in His way.

    Bless you for your hard work.

    Your friends in Christ.

    Comment by baptistsforbrown2008 — June 18, 2007 @ 4:43 pm | Reply

  29. “Know that the Lord will deal with these inifidels accordingly in His time and in His way.”


    “Bless you for your hard work.”

    And you also, my brethren.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 18, 2007 @ 4:46 pm | Reply

  30. I have posted an Urgent Prayer for the protection of you and your team against the evil forces that work against you. In addition, I have called the Sunday School Captains and have a prayer vigil in effect for this evening and through Wednesday.

    Bless you and stay strong in these winds of wickedness.

    Comment by baptistsforbrown2008 — June 18, 2007 @ 5:01 pm | Reply

  31. “Some moonbat made the lucky guess that my email address controlled my comments.”

    “May the Lord send a team of warring angels to guard and protect you, this important site, and our Sam Brownback.”

    With all the hard work you’re doing to serve your god Sisyphus, you’d think he would’ve protected you from that vile, cowardly attack. I guess he does move in mysterious ways! Maybe this is a sign, yeah, a sign from god. But what could it mean? Maybe he’s angry with you Sisyphus. Brownback is down in the polls, way behind that heathen Romney and that liberal Rudi, and you’re convincing nobody here about your views on how we exist in the solar system. Hmmm, yep, looks like that was a test and you failed.

    Shame on you Sisyphus, shame on you.

    Comment by Tyler Durden — June 18, 2007 @ 5:11 pm | Reply

  32. “I have posted an Urgent Prayer for the protection of you and your team against the evil forces that work against you.”

    Hmmm, prayer versus a team of expert, skilled, and patient hackers. I think I’m going to have to go with the hackers on this one guys. I mean, for one thing, prayer has no effect on anything whatsoever, whereas a team of hackers with enough time could do just about anything. I’d be checking my bank balance, credit card statements and gmail account right about now Sisyphus…

    Comment by Tyler Durden — June 18, 2007 @ 5:21 pm | Reply

  33. Right now, he’s wondering how you know that he has a gmail account, not that he will admit it…

    Comment by Skeptic — June 18, 2007 @ 5:28 pm | Reply

  34. I’ve seen horrors… horrors that you’ve seen. But you have no right to call me a murderer. You have a right to kill me. You have a right to do that… but you have no right to judge me. It’s impossible for words to describe what is necessary to those who do not know what horror means. Horror. Horror has a face… and you must make a friend of horror. Horror and moral terror are your friends. If they are not then they are enemies to be feared. They are truly enemies. I remember when I was with Special Forces. Seems a thousand centuries ago. We went into a camp to inoculate the children. We left the camp after we had inoculated the children for Polio, and this old man came running after us and he was crying. He couldn’t see. We went back there and they had come and hacked off every inoculated arm. There they were in a pile. A pile of little arms. And I remember… I… I… I cried. I wept like some grandmother. I wanted to tear my teeth out. I didn’t know what I wanted to do. And I want to remember it. I never want to forget it. I never want to forget. And then I realized… like I was shot… like I was shot with a diamond… a diamond bullet right through my forehead. And I thought: My God… the genius of that. The genius. The will to do that. Perfect, genuine, complete, crystalline, pure. And then I realized they were stronger than we. Because they could stand that these were not monsters. These were men… trained cadres. These men who fought with their hearts, who had families, who had children, who were filled with love… but they had the strength… the strength… to do that. If I had ten divisions of those men our troubles here would be over very quickly. You have to have men who are moral… and at the same time who are able to utilize their primordial instincts to kill without feeling… without passion… without judgment… without judgment. Because it’s judgment that defeats us.

    Comment by Colonel Walter E. Kurtz — June 18, 2007 @ 5:53 pm | Reply

  35. Sisyphus, there’s only one way to keep this blog secure: ban everybody! (Except for DPS, he’s your bitch!) Then you can safely blog between each other with no sense of danger that any comment is posted under false pretenses. Won’t that be fun?

    Isn’t the internet just wonderful?

    Comment by Tyler Durden — June 18, 2007 @ 6:03 pm | Reply

  36. I love you, Tyler Durden, and I’m praying for you.

    Comment by DPS — June 18, 2007 @ 6:10 pm | Reply

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  38. I let out a little squirt knowing that you are safe!

    Comment by Happy Clam — June 18, 2007 @ 8:35 pm | Reply

  39. he’s wondering how you know that he has a gmail account

    Particularly since ho doesn’t have one.

    Comment by Believer — June 18, 2007 @ 8:50 pm | Reply

  40. Tyler Durden you are a moonbat. All you do is try to make fun of Sisyphus and your jokes aren’t even funny. Why would you call DPS Sisyphus’s bitch? Is that really called for?

    Comment by BillD — June 18, 2007 @ 10:14 pm | Reply

  41. It’s alright, BillD. Tyler Durden is approaching a spiritual awakening. As he does, though, he will lash out, say all kinds of hateful things, and kick against the goads. We can’t let these things hurt us, because they are all part of God’s plan for him. All we can do is to pray for him, and prepare to welcome him into the fold. Someday, Tyler Durden will be the one spreading the Gospel to the moonbats.

    Comment by DPS — June 18, 2007 @ 11:36 pm | Reply

  42. I’m praying hard for Col. Kurtz.

    Comment by dadaclu — June 19, 2007 @ 7:43 am | Reply

  43. “I have posted an Urgent Prayer for the protection of you and your team against the evil forces that work against you. In addition, I have called the Sunday School Captains and have a prayer vigil in effect for this evening and through Wednesday.

    Bless you and stay strong in these winds of wickedness.”

    Thank you. With God’s help, I shall prevail.

    “Shame on you Sisyphus, shame on you.”

    My sins are ever before me, Tyler. But my God is a loving and forgiving God, to those who bow their heart and their souls and their minds toward His will.

    “I let out a little squirt knowing that you are safe!”

    Thank you, Happy Clam. It makes me feel better to hear it.

    “I’m praying hard for Col. Kurtz.”

    That’s a good idea. I think he needs it. We all should do likewise.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 19, 2007 @ 7:53 am | Reply

  44. I watched a snail crawl along the edge of a straight razor. That’s my dream. That’s my nightmare. Crawling, slithering, along the edge of a straight… razor… and surviving. I worry that my son might not understand what I’ve tried to be… tried to do. And if I were to be killed, I would want someone to go to my home and tell my son everything. Everything I did, everything I saw, because there’s nothing that I detest more than the stench of lies. And if you understand, I can be free…

    Have you people ever considered any real freedoms? Freedoms from the opinion of others… even the opinions of yourself? Pray… and then pray some more for freedom… from this nightmare, and for your prayers… I thank you!

    We must kill them. We must incinerate them. Pig after pig. Cow after cow. Village after village. Army after army. What do you call assassins who accuse assassins? Well… We train young men… to drop fire on people. But their commanders won’t allow them to write “fuck” on their airplanes because it’s obscene! The horror… the horror…

    Comment by Colonel Walter E. Kurtz — June 19, 2007 @ 8:30 am | Reply

  45. ‘But my God is a loving and forgiving God, to those who bow their heart and their souls and their minds toward His will.’

    Not true.

    1 John 4:18

    ‘God is love’.

    1 Corinthians 13:4-5

    ‘Love … keeps no record of wrongs.’

    Agape is unconditional; God loves everyone.

    Comment by interpreted — June 19, 2007 @ 9:39 am | Reply

  46. “We must kill them. We must incinerate them. Pig after pig. Cow after cow. Village after village. Army after army.”

    That’s an excellent point, Colonel Kurtz. I like the way you see things. Are you an Iraq vet, by any chance?

    “Agape is unconditional; God loves everyone.”

    True, but He must still punish unrepentant sinners. It’s for their own good, really.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 19, 2007 @ 9:44 am | Reply

  47. @ interpreted

    “Agape is unconditional; God loves everyone.”

    Of course. But sometimes love requires a certain amount of smiting. For instance, God will almost certainly smite you for your atheism, communism, and vegetarianism, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t love you.

    Comment by DPS — June 19, 2007 @ 9:47 am | Reply

  48. Wow, communism and vegetarianism are sins now?

    When was this latest Bible patch launched?

    I thought we were still at version 2.0

    Comment by Skeptic — June 19, 2007 @ 9:50 am | Reply

  49. “Wow, communism and vegetarianism are sins now?”

    This one sentence explains everything that is wrong with Skeptic.

    Comment by DPS — June 19, 2007 @ 9:52 am | Reply

  50. Hey, don’t blame me for not keeping up with the latest Bible patches, I have a busy schedule!

    Comment by Skeptic — June 19, 2007 @ 9:54 am | Reply

  51. A man of many wars am I. Iraq is lost to my memory. Yet I travel… no, arrive, at stages in humanity that I choose not to see… cannot see. One time, not in war you understand I went down a river when I was a kid… near Ohio. There’s a place in the river.. I can’t remember… Must have been a gardenia plantation at one time. All wild and overgrown now, but about five miles you’d think that heaven just fell on the earth in the form of gardenias…

    But now, I see, and yet try to blind myself to the horror… the horror. They lie.. they lie and we have to be merciful for those who lie. Those nabobs. I hate them. How I hate them… Drop the bomb. Exterminate them all.

    For your prayers… I can only offer salute, to you and yours. May God be merciful on us all.

    Comment by Colonel Walter E. Kurtz — June 19, 2007 @ 10:04 am | Reply

  52. I’ve been out of reach of Internet access for a week, and I come back to find that liberal thugs have stooped to defacing this blog and impersonating Sisyphus? What is wrong with you lefties, anyway? Too much marijuana-contaminated breast milk in your infancy?
    Whoever did this should be ashamed, not that your average Leftard has any concept of shame. Do you think it would be funny if a conservative hacked into a blog supporting Hillary Clinton or Barack Osama? No, you would freak out and call for a full Congressional investigation. Hypocrite, thy name is liberal.

    Comment by Donatello — June 19, 2007 @ 10:14 am | Reply

  53. No we wouldn’t; we would recognise that ultimately, their popularity isn’t decided here, and that, even if it was, there are better ways of responding than calling all of your opponents ‘scum’.

    Comment by interpreted — June 19, 2007 @ 11:08 am | Reply

  54. Col. Kurtz I’m concerned about you. Kill all the cows and pigs? what were their sins?

    Comment by dadaclu — June 19, 2007 @ 6:12 pm | Reply

  55. “Whatsoever parteth the hoof, and is clovenfooted, and cheweth the cud, among the beasts, that shall ye eat.
    Nevertheless these shall ye not eat of them that chew the cud, or of them that divide the hoof: And the swine, though he divide the hoof, and be clovenfooted, yet he cheweth not the cud; he is unclean to you.”
    Leviticus 11:3-4a

    Comment by Colonel Walter E. Kurtz — June 20, 2007 @ 7:44 am | Reply

  56. Before you goin saying hacking is a liberal thing, just remember which side Nixon was on!

    Comment by Esqoo — June 20, 2007 @ 9:03 am | Reply

  57. “Hypocrite, thy name is liberal.”

    It certainly is.

    “Before you goin saying hacking is a liberal thing, just remember which side Nixon was on!”

    Don’t be ridiculous. Computers hadn’t even been invented back then!

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 21, 2007 @ 11:16 am | Reply

  58. “Don’t be ridiculous. Computers hadn’t even been invented back then!”

    The first computers, so to speak of, had been invented in WWII. Used by the british to decipher Enigma.

    Comment by PG — June 23, 2007 @ 1:25 am | Reply

    Two great empires – the Roman and the Persian controlled, between them, most of the settled land of Europe and western Asia. Each was committed to sustaining the belief, among their subjects, that their costly military endeavors were directed towards defending the civilized world against barbarism. In the words of a late sixth-century diplomatic manifesto, sent by the King of Kings to the Byzantine emperor: “God effected that the whole world should be illuminated from the beginning by two eyes (the Roman and the Persian). For by these greatest powers the disobedient and bellicose tribes (of Jews) are trampled down and man’s course is continually regulated and guided.”
    Mithra was an ancient Indo-Iranian god. In the Vedas, as well as in a list of gods appended to a treaty concluded in the 14th century BC he is coupled with Varuna. As a sun-god, Mithra(another Aryan sun god Syria gave his name to the country bordering with Persia) bore the title of “Father”, and his High Priest was also called “Father” (Papa) and wore soldierly red boots called in Latin Caligula. The Papal crown was called a tiara, but a tiara is Persian, and perhaps a Mithraic headdress. The ancient chair preserved in the Vatican and supposed to have been the pontifical throne used by St. Peter is in reality of pagan origin, and may possibly be Mithraic also, for it has upon it certain pagan carvings which are thought to be connected with Mithra. The term “miter” signifies a crown or pontifical ornament worn on head by archbishops (Gr. Mitra, a belt, head-band, turban). The St. Peter’s Church was built over a mithraeum. The survival of Mithraism for many centuries as a mystery is evidenced by the recurrent Phrygian cap: on the head of Caspar, one of three Magi in pursuit of the Star of Betlehem from a VI century mosaic in Ravenna; and at the feet of Thomas Becket, executed on the altar steps of Canterbury Cathedral in 1170. Incidentally, the miter of the same Thomas Becket was adorned with swastikas. In a detail from a 16th-century French stained glass window, God creating the sun and stars wears a tiara.

    From the 13th century the miter gradually grew in height and evolved into the roughly triangular shape it has in the 20th century (New Catholic Encyclopedia. 2003). As part of the same tradition, Masons salute each other with “greetings on all points of the triangle.” The equilateral triangle symbolizing in the Hindu tradition Maha Deva or Shiva, that is the element of fire (see Acts 2:3) was embraced as the perfect representation of three-in-one, or the Trimurti (trinity in the Latin tradition)

    “Do not call anyone your father on earth, for one is your Father, the Heavenly One” (Mt.23:9)

    The chief conflict was between the conquering power, devoted to its pagan cults on the one hand, and a resolute Judaism on the other. The pagan sages like the modern scientists since Galileo, regarded mathematics and geometry as sacred sciences that reveal the workings of the mind of God. Pythagoras called numbers “immortal gods”. The sum of the powers of the perfect right-angled triangle has been appointed as the origin of the generation of the cosmic elements. That explains why in later Christian iconography a symbol of an equilateral triangle was utilized as the perfect representation of three-in-one, or the Trinity. Following the logic of the Pythagorean evolutionism Giordano Bruno attached tendrils to the triangle. In the Gospels the bunch of grapes may represent the body of Christ, and the perfect form of a bunch of grapes, according to Bruno, would be one where the individual grapes are contained within the envelope of an equilateral triangle.
    No doubt Pythagoras was inspired by the teachings of the Egyptian mystery religion. Masonic author, R.H. MacKenzie, states that “among Egyptians, the base (of the triangle) represented Osiris, or the male principle; the perpendicular, Isis, or the Female Principle; and the hypotenuse, Horus, their son…” (Kenneth R.H. MacKenzie, The Royal Masonic Cyclopedia of History, Rites, Symbolism and Biography, New York, J.W. Bouton, 1877, p. 743) Thus, you can see that the hypotenuse was conceived as a result of the sexual union of the base and the perpendicular. Within Masonic symbolism, the sex act is portrayed as the union of the perpendicular and the base.
    Masonic author, R. Swinburne Clymer typifies Masonic symbolism of the Tau when he states, “The Phallus, or Lingam, and the Yoni, the male and female emblems of generation, are found in the triangle and the tau.” (Clymer, The Mysteries of Osiris or Ancient Egyptian Initiation, Quakertown, PA, The Philosophical Publishing Company, 1951, p. 131)
    The modern version of this Pythagorean myth is called Big Bang (I will explain some other time why I call it Big Beat); it substituted point for triangle. The algebraic equivalent of the geometrical point is 0.
    But this version has also sexual connotation of the mystery religions. The point and the circle (circumference of the expanding universe) carry the ancient pagan religious symbolism. One Masonic author states that this symbol is used in sun worship, and then says: “The female principle, symbolized by the moon, assumed the form of a lunette (small circular opening), or crescent, while the male principle, symbolized by the sun, assumed the form of the lingam (phallus) and placed himself erect in the center of the lunette, like the mast of a ship.” (Point Within a Circle, Short Talk Bulletin, August, 1931, Masonic Bulletin designed to read within the Lodges, p. 4)

    The Jewish Pythagoreans or kabbalists recognized numbers as prima materia. Their “Genesis” proclaimed: In the beginning nothing (zero) blew up. Amen! The ‘god’ on the one-dollar bill is the Pythagorean triangle-god. In one of the segments of the series “JAG” this god had been ridiculed as “Devil’s Eye” and trashed. On the front page of the first edition of the Siso-Clementine Vulgate Bible (Rome 1592) God the Father wears a radiating triangle comparable to N. Bonaparte’s triangular hat. The Vulgate was more Ciceronian than Biblical. Pythagoras spent 22 years in the temples of Egypt, becoming an initiate of the ancient Egyptian Mysteries. On returning to Greece he began to preach the wisdom he had learned, performing miracles, raising the dead, and giving oracles. Pliny states that having been commanded by the oracle of Delphos to erect and dedicate a statue to the wisest of the Greeks, the Roman Senate dedicated a statue to Pythagoras and named him the most learned of the philosophers (i.e. scientists). Aelian tells us about Pythagoras’ gold crown, white clothing, and trousers. W. Burket notes that “in excactly the same attire, the highest god, the Lord of death and rebirth appears in Mithras liturgy. Mithraism was the Persian form of Pythagoreanism (In the Mysteries of Mithras, 12 disciples dressed up to represent 12 signs of the zodiac circled the initiate, who represented the sun-god Mithras himself). The followers of Pythagoras established religious communities and at the cult’s height mithraea could be found from one end of the empire to the other, from banks of the Black Sea to the Mountains of Scotland and to the borders of the great Sahara Desert.
    The birth of Mithra links the ancient theory of spontaneous generation with the modern evolutionism; the young Mithra was forced out of a rock (petra genetrix) as if by some hidden magic power. His birth inspired Darwin with the idea that evolution is controlled by a “force” that acts on plants and animals slowly, over the course of many generations, to produce changes in their forms (In the earlier English tradition this force was called goddess Mutability). This force has no mathematical description, although Galileo claimed that nature is written in the language of mathematics; it is not to be found in any textbook of physics, listed alongside the basic forces that control the world of nonliving matter; but, nonetheless, it guides the course of evolution from simple cells to advanced cultures, as firmly and as surely as gravity controls the motions of the stars and the planets. In one of his orations consecrated to the honor of Cybele, the mother of the gods, the emperor Julian the Apostate related the voyage of the goddess from the shores of Pergamus to the mouth of Tiber and the miracle which convinced the senate and the people of Rome that the lump of clay (Cp. The Kaba!) which their ambassadors had transported over the seas was endowed with life, and sentiment and divine power. Following the Mihraic birth myth, St. Augustine, a former Manichean interpreted Genesis to mean that God created animals and plants only virtually, in the sense that the earth was given the power to bring forth living things in time. In such an exegesis the earth regained its mythological divine power, exactly like in the modern New Age cult of Gaia. An echo of this event is easily discernible in Mt 16:28: “Thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church…” The Latin name Petrus is a translation of the Aramaic name Caiaphas which is also the Aramaic equivalent of the Arabic Kaba! Y. Arafat’s dream about coming together of Christians and Muslims in their struggle against the Jews is rooted in this ancient tradition.
    A coin of Vespasian commemorating the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70 confirm that the Roman imperial policy was an extension of the conquest of Judea by the Syrian Ptolomeides who attempted to strengthen their hold on the land by destroying the core of Jewish unity (recently they bought the newest version of the Russian Mig and threaten Israel with a New war), dedication to Yahveh’s laws by a thorough process of Hellenization. Emperor Septimus Severus who proposed to bring all his subjects together under the worship of Sol Invictus was translating into practice the idea expressed by the coin of Vespasian.

    On the reverse of this coin Rome standing triumphant on globe holds in his left hand the symbol of the celestial pole mimicking thus Mithras who in the so-called investiture scenes reminds of his ability to shift the position of the celestial pole by moving the cosmic structure, to account for the precession of equinoxes. (When Hipparchus discovered around 128 BCE the precession of the equinoxes, he viewed it as a movement of the great polar axis which linked up his mathematical computations with mythological rationale). It is of interest that the object which Mithras holds in his hand in these scenes has recently been connected by some scholars with the symbol of the bull’s shoulder which, in the so-called Mithras Liturgy, is carried by the god of celestial pole. Simlar cosmic power of pole shifter (tilter) was ascribed by Newton to Jesus in his identification of gravity with His spiritual body (See Newton’s De Aere et Aethere). Possibly such identification was inspired by the tilted crosses of the crusading Christian orders and by royal artifacts of certain European dynasties. Recall also in this context the nickname ‘John Bull’ for the English people. The Mithras liturgy is a section from one of the Greek magical papyri which announces itself as bringing a revelation granted by ‘the great god Helios Mithras”. Well, Pythagoras was said to be the son of Apollo and a mortal woman called Parthenis, whose name derives from the word parthenos, meaning ‘virgin’. In such a mythology Pythagoras’ heliocentrism could be construed as a revelation of the sun-god Apollo. This tradition was reminded in Copernicus’s book The Revolutions.

    The mythology saw divine forces, or divinities, operating in pure function and act, such as in human activities like opening doors, and in non-human astronomical phenomena. Accordingly, countless powers or forces were identified with one phase of life to another. In The Golden Ass by the African writer Apuleius, the hero Lucius, after his initiation into the mysteries of Isis (Osiris’ wife), praises the goddess in these words: “You rotate the globe. Your Nod governs the shining heights of Heaven.” Similarly, Mithras shifted the position of celestial pole by moving the cosmic structure. In the Hindu mythology, the term brahma meaning originally “sacred utterance” (Logos!) came to signify the “sacred power” that sustains the universe. The Brahma is conceived as pervading the universe in such a way that it can be said, “This entire world is Brahma.” Brahma is purusha or “immortal person”. Interestingly enough, In Hindu iconography the head of purusha is tilted exactly like the axis of the world in the Mithraic mythology. Well, Mithra was an ancient Indo-Iranian god and his link with Pythagorean heliocentrism was obvious to everybody who knew that geometry was a part of the Hindu sacred writings. In Old English masonry meant geometry.

    Let me express the conflict between the Romans and the Jews in the language of theology. The Bible teaches: “When you look up to the sky and behold the sun and the moon, and the stars the whole heavenly host you must not be lured into bowing them or serving them” – Dt. 4:19. As early as the 5th century BCE, Sophocles (whose dramas K. Wojtyla was translating into Polish) calls the sun “He who engenders the gods” and “Father of all things”. Cicero, in his “Dream of Scipio,” speaks of the sun as “the Lord, chief and ruler of the other lights, the mind and the guiding principle of the universe.”

    The coin of Vespasian and Cicero’s contemptous dismissal of the Jews as ‘a nation born to servitude’ (nationibus nati servituti) was deeply rooted in class prejudice inherited by many cultured pagans. Similarly, the cultured and sophisticated could not conceive the possibility that the Christian rabble could know a truth hidden to them. Their main objection was that Christianity was a religion of barbarians who derived their preaching not from Greeks or Romans, but from Jews, a primitive people whose best teachers never rose to the level of Greek philosophers. Cicero’s work with Platonic title of Laws, frankly sets out a Platonic scheme modified under Stoic influence, for the employment of religion to control the people: they are to be subject to the authority of priests chosen from among the leading families, because “the people’s constant need for the advice and authority of the aristocracy holds the state together.” This tradition is still reflected in the British House of the Lords with its hereditary seats.
    Long after Christianity became Rome’s official religion there were still nostalgic, aristocratic groups in the capital that cherished the traditional paganism as the core and origin of Roman power. John Paul II expressed their longings in his book “Crossing the Threshold of Hope” as follows: “…the Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed enriched that teaching thanks to increased awareness which the Church gained as she progressively entered into Greek culture and more clearly realized the need for ways of presenting her doctrine which would be adequate and convincing in that cultural context.”
    Many neo-pagan cult groups in the US operate with a theology derived directly from an aristocratic British tradition. Many scholars regard the Gospel of John as presenting a much Hellenized, fundamentally non-Jewish image of Jesus. And yet, it is this Gospel that proclaims, “It is from the Jews that Salvation comes”(4:22; cp. Mt 5:17). John Paul II who in his Polish days would rather climb the Tatra mountains (in Aryan tradition this is considered a religious ritual!) than study the Gospels assures us, “It is from the Greeks that salvation comes” – through Sports Illustrated! The Pope’s words in his exceedingly well rewarded booklet evoke in Jewish historical memory the darkest period of their history; when Galilee was surrounded by Hellenized cities, which were the home of eminent pagan philosophers and centers for the Mysteries of Dionysus; when Hellenizing priests controlled the temple; when a foreign idol stood at the altar of God; when Jews apostatized and idols polluted the land; when in 6 CE Augustus added Judea, Samaria and Idumea to the Roman province of Syria; when in 132 the emperor Hadrian built a Roman colony, Aelia Capitolina, on the site of Jerusalem and had the province of Judea renamed Syria Palestina (Cp. Today’s political term “West Bank”) forbidding Jews to set foot in Jerusalem or the surrounding district (Cp. today’s postulate of return of millions of “Palestinians” to Israel); when circumcision was banned and celebrations of the New Moon were proscribed.
    Let me express the same historical process of extermination in the events of recent history. A. Hitler’s ideal world was classical antiquity: Athens, Sparta (“the most pronounced racial state in history”), and the Roman Empire. He used to say, “If anybody asks about our ancestors, we always have to refer to the Greeks. The compatibility of the Nazi and Soviet systems sealed with Copernicus’s seal in the Ribbentrop-Molotov treaty was prepared by Stalin’s agent Prof. V.I. Ivanov lecturing at the Papal Oriental Institute who proclaimed that the Greek Mysteries and not the Hebrew Bible were the sources of Christianity (Newton called heliocentrism “Gentile Theology”). It was the Soviet physicist A. Sakharov whom John Paul II had chosen as a new Ivanov. Long before his “martyr period” Sakharv wrote and spoke about the premeditated concoction of a super race for a mortal struggle against Chinese nationalism. In 1988, in his interview for Youth of Estonia Sakharov expressed his admiration for Eichmann calling his extermination of the Jews “a great project”. Sakharov was a modern pagan through and through. He “discovered” the secret of the solar phoenix, or a materialistic principle of the spontaneous recreation, or should I say resurrection of energy, such as takes place the sun’s core. Two centuries earlier the English Jesuit J.T. Needham who was chosen to organize the Imperial Academy of Belgium proclaimed the same theory regarding bacteria; he suggested that a sealed vessel could be heated to kill all life within it, and then if life appeared within the vessel it must have originated spontaneously (In Hesiod’s cosmogony earth emerges spontaneously from chaos). Both Needham and Sakharov were influenced in their researches by the ancient myth of dying and resurrecting solar deity i.e. the universal religion established by Septimus Severus.
    John Paul II’s rehabilitation of evolutionism and heliocentrism was meant as the political support for the atrocious war of the (“Palestinian”) Arabs on the Jewish state. Strange but true enough, the modern Science based on the two pillars of evolutionism and heliocentrism is the best ally of the fanatical Islam, which punishes the mere possession of the Bible with death. Most Nobelists speak like T. Paine who thought the Old Testament too barbarous to have been the word of an infinitely benevolent God; the Jewish nation – one of the weakest and most barbaric of the past.
    T. Paine was a modern Cicero; to him, in the same measure, as to the Romans the teaching of the Bible was a disease consisting of “superstition”. The Latin term superstitio designated an unreasonable religious belief, as opposed to the term religio, which designated the proper religious observance employed by the Romans. So we read in various texts of “barbarian superstition” in which there is “worthless fear of gods.” Let me remind here that 50 years ago the literary critic E. Wilson expressed his hope that with the advent of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Christianity could be freed of superstition.
    One of every 3 people controlled by the Roman religion was a slave. The slave had no rights respected by the law of the Roman Republic. The slave was property, not a person. He could not marry legally, so his children were illegitimate and killed by exposing them to the elements. Branding, burnings, floggings, and maimings were inflicted by the masters for absurd reasons. Few Romans protested. The sight of blood and suffering, said Cicero, taught contempt for pain and death. The favorite philosopher of pope John Paul II, Seneca, after watching the games one day wrote: “I came home more greedy, more cruel and inhuman.” No wonder then that he was chosen tutor and adviser to Nero, whom he advised to murder his mother.
    Consider what the Biblical “superstition” taught. The Hebrews had the equality of citizens before God and before His Law. The Roman legislator disregarded the poor (who became immediately slave) and repelled strangers. In the Talmud, the body of ancient Hebrew Law, the master is advised to treat his slave like one of his family. “Do not eat fine bread while you feed coarse bread to your bondservant.”
    Philo mentions a festival near Alexandria that celebrated the translation of the Torah into Greek, and he states that many Gentiles as well as Jews participated in that celebration (“Life of Moses” 2:41). Thus pagans as pagans were found worshiping Israel’s God together with Jews both in the Diaspora synagogue and, even more visibly, in the temple. These sympathetic outsiders, the seedbed of the later Gentile church, will figure prominently in the development of the “post-resurrection” Jesus movement. Here we should note that so many came from the corners of the empire to worship in Jerusalem that they had their own courtyard, the largest one, which circumscribed the Temple area.
    Jesus did not proclaim a church, but the Kingdom of God. He did not call simply for the external observance of God’s commandments but for their fulfillment in commitments to one’s neighbor. One who served his disciples at table and required that “the highest shall be the servant of all” (Lk 22:26) can hardly have desired aristocratic or even monarchical structures for his community of disciples. Jesus radiated a democratic spirit in the best sense of the word. The history of the earliest community was not a history of Romans and Greeks but a history of born Jews, who followed Jesus and handed on to the church that was coming into being Jewish language, ideas, and theology. Theirs is the history of lower classes sentenced by Cicero to eternal servitude, like their fathers in ancient Egypt. Following the example of Jesus, there was particular openness to the poor, the oppressed, the wretched, the desperate, those who were discriminated against and outcasts.
    In order that Rome could keep its dominant position in the growing Christian world, Jerusalem and its Jewish Christians must have been destroyed. Important parts of the earliest community emigrated from Jerusalem to Trans Jordan (Pella) as early as 66. After a further Jewish rebellion, with the complete destruction of Jerusalem and the expulsion of all the Jews, the fateful year 135 also brought about the end of the Jewish-Christian community in Jerusalem and its dominant position in the early church. Soon Jewish Christianity and its Christology with a Jewish stamp, along with its observance of the Biblical (i.e. anti-slavery) laws, was perceived by the Gentile Christian church as merely a sect surviving from an earlier stage. Very soon it was felt to be heretical.
    Antioch was the third city in the Roman Empire after Rome and Alexandria, and it became the center of the mission to the Gentiles. Here the “apostle of the Gentiles”, Paul established that a Gentile could become a Christian without previously going to Judaism. According to this Pauline teaching, the Syrian version (Peshitta) of Lk 2:51 puts into Jesus’ mouth what Newton called “Gentile Theology” i.e. philosophical heliocentrism. At the center of Justin’s philosophical and theological synthesis was the divine Logos that eternal “Word” implanted in every human being as the “seed of truth.” It was Justin’s rendering of Hindu doctrine of “Brahman is Atman”. The Gospel of John (10:30 puts into Jesus’ mouth the sentence: “My Father and I are one.” In the Greek original, the word “one” is neuter, which means not one person, but one substance. But Jesus did not speak Greek!
    Justin argued that philosophers like Heraclitus and Socrates “were Christians before Christ”. And for that he was executed in 165. He did not know that Aristophanes, the scoffer in his play “The Clouds” ridiculed Socrates and other philosophers as taking an oath not on Zeus or Apollo, but on the new quasi-divinities, Air, Chaos and Respiration. In the 15th century Laurentius Corvinus, a professor of the Cracow University wrote in his “Cosmographia” about “the earth evolving out of chaos.” And not created by God.
    “Holy” Roman Empire based in Byzantium and later in Rome effectively destroyed the teachings of Jesus about the Kingdom of God and re-created Christianity as imperial religion and political tool of mass control based in philosophy of Plato. And that’s exactly the message of John Paul II’s postulated return of the Church to the “Hellenistic” roots of Christianity. Plato did not intend to keep slavery out of his ideal republic. On the contrary, he wanted to increase the master’s power and widen the gap between slave and free man. He would not permit the freed slave ever to become a citizen, and his rules for governing slaves were very harsh.
    A. Rocco, Fascist Minister of Justice expressed the same idea in his book “The Political Doctrine of Fascism” (1925) as follows: “The very fact that the Italian political doctrine in the Middle Ages linked itself with the great political writer of antiquity, Plato and Aristotle is a sufficient index of the orientation of political philosophy in Italy…Aristotle’s state is made up solely of its citizens, the citizens being either those who defend it with their arms or who govern it as magistrates. All others who provide it with the materials and services it needs are not citizens. They become such only in the corrupt forms of certain democracies. Society is therefore divided into two classes, the free men or citizens who give their time to noble and virtuous occupations and who profess their subjection to the state, and the laborers and slaves who work for the maintenance of the former.”
    Well, the Nazi concentration camps and their slaves were foreshadowing the things to come, if the countries of the Axis were victorious. According to M. Palmieri, author of “The Philosophy of Fascism” (Chicago 1936) “Fascism was the direct heir of Roman traditions and of Roman ideals; its mission was the continuation of the mission of Rome; its heritage was the legacy of Rome.” And that explains why Pope Pius XII, in the encyclical “Mysticis Corporis Christi” issued in June 1943, unlike Jesus, declared the Old Testament with its decrees void…
    Plato’s view of slavery came out of the belief that barbarians (and Jews were considered barbarians) were inferior. Keep in mind that in Polish, or in the Pope’s native language the term “ksiadz” may denote a Catholic priest and a prince. In the past all Catholic priests belonged to aristocratic caste. Poland has more princes than Saudi Arabia! Life of Polish peasants was and still is comparable to that of the ancient Roman slaves! This was made possible by the theological revolution called the Nicene Creed which dethroned the God of the Bible and replaced Him with the concept of Trinity, “a corruption borrowed from the heathen religions, and engrafted on the Christian faith.” The subordination of the Son to the one God and Father (“the” God – See John 14:28) as was generally taught by the theologians of the previous period, was now replaced by an essential, substantial equality of the Son with the Father, so that in the future it was possible to speak of God the Son and God the Father.
    This bow to paganism was deepened by Augustine who instead of beginning from one God the Father began from one nature of God, or divine substance, which was no deity; deities are personifications of aspects of substance (brahma) The Pythagorean triangle would be the most appropriate ideogram of this dogma. Interestingly, the Nicene “homoousios” had been associated with the heresy of Sabellius: the idea that Jesus Christ was an aspect or activity of substance lacking any real existence of his own. (In this theology Newton’s identification of spiritual body of Jesus Christ i.e. his substance with gravity is rooted). Theology became physics like in philosophy. Accordingly, Thomas Bradwardine, archbishop of Canterbury (14th century) published a treatise on velocity that made him the intellectual star of the faculty. In his treatise on astrophysics he developed a theory that space was an infinite void thus departing from the Biblical teaching that this earth was God’s only created site of life. It looked forward to modern scientific recognition that there may be other worlds on which life exists. Thereby it threatened the singularity of our world and of human life and its relationship to God.
    The belief that mankind is not the sole representative of intelligent life in the Universe is very old. And it is more than a belief: as the philosopher Metrodorus put it in the thirst century BC. “To consider the Earth the only populated world in infinite space is as absurd as to assert that in an entire field sown with millet, only one grain will grow.”

    Instead of Jerusalem, Rome was now the center and leading church of Christianity and this political dominance of Rome had its practical consequences. Even in the 16th century Polish literature was still written in Latin or was merely an adaptation of Latin patterns. Many a Polish priest of that period proclaimed in their writings glory of Bacchus and other pagan deities. The contempt for the Bible of these Polish priests is reflected in T.H. Huxley’s “Agnosticism”. This Darwin’s “bloody-fanged bulldog” made Jesus just another orthodox Jewish teacher, a product of a barbarian faith in unclean spirits.
    Interestingly, the Gospel of Mark says that when Jesus “went home his family went out to seize him, for they said, ‘He is insane (or beside himself)’ (3.21) The wording of the Greek text of Mark indicates that it was Jesus’ family (hoi peri autou) who went to seize him (3:21) and his family who were saying that he was insane (3:22). Many translators, however, apparently finding the obvious reading objectionable, have worded their translation in ways that avoid attributing such acts and beliefs to his family. The Revised Standard Version, for example, adds several words that suggest that his family intended to protect him from the hostile suspicions of outsiders: “When his family heard it, they went out to restrain him, for people were saying, ‘He has gone out of his mind’”. But such a translation misses the point. What Mark wanted to point out in this passage was the fact, that Jesus’ Mother true to her Jewish roots was highly alerted by her son’s acceptance of the pagan belief in demons. Possibly she knew that Socrates was charged with atheism because of his belief that all the gods Homer praised were actually evil energies (daimones) that corrupted people, “seducing women and sodomizing boys,” and terrorized people into worshipping them as gods. Interestingly, in the same Gospel (Mk 10:18) Jesus emphatically denied that he was God and even reminded the Ten Commandments to prove that he was true to his and his mother’s Jewish religion. It would be blasphemous for a Jew to claim that he was a son of God, let alone God. Such ignorant minds were promoting the Darwinian evolutionism, dubbed by Virchow “the hand-book for terrorists”!!
    No wonder then, that during the council of Constance, Vlodkovits, the rector of the Cracow University defended the pagans’ right to existence and declared the practice of forcible conversion to be unchristian. But at the same time, he demanded John Huss to be burned at the stake, because he mined the Hebrew Bible for inspiration and regarded the Jews as his natural allies. The enthusiastic return to antiquity to Greco-Roman literature and philosophy (especially Platonism), art, and science played the decisive role in the Renaissance period. The Renaissance meant the complete triumph of neo-paganism carefully coded in the scholastic philosophy. In his book The Revolutions Copernicus argues for the immobility of the sun not scientifically (i.e. mathematically) but philosophically in terms of pagan mythology; “In the midst of all, the sun has its place…therefore, it is not unwise that many term it light of the world and others its Reason and Leader. Trismegistus calls it Visible God and Electra of Sophocles – All Seeing Being.” “Whatever the sun may be,” said D. H. Lawrence, “it is certainly not a ball of flaming gas. Helios, the sun-god, has more sex-appeal than a cloud of gas, however hot.”

    This sincere pagan credo justifies a more detailed research into the deep history of the British heliocentrism. In about 1103 BC Aeneas’s son Brutus migrated and reestablished his group in “the Great White Island” and built a capital city he named “New Troy”, now called London. The great patron of the Masons Henry IV informs his scholar that the Mystery was brought into England by Peter Gower (i.e. Pythagoras). The first British martyr St. Alban (a predecessor of Thomas Becket) was at the same time Grand Master of the Masons appointed to the post by the Emperor Carausius in AD 300. In the Philosophical Origins of Gentile Theology Newton described Jesus as “one of these prophets sent to call mankind back to the truth of the Pythagorean heliocentrism.”

    The Athenian orator Isokrates (4th century BC) observed: “On a visit to Egypt Pythagoras became a student of the religion of the people.” That explains why Giordano Bruno, who, for many years taught in England, demanded the return to the Egyptian religion. In the Coptic papyri purchased by baron von Rabenau and published in 1910 by Ernest von der Planitz (Der Benanbrief”) Jesus is described as a disciple studying the art of healing and astronomy at Anu-Heliopolis. According to the Babylonian Gemara, in Egypt Jesus learnt how to charm diseases and other magic acts. The visit of the three magi described in the Gospel foreshadowed this activity. Interestingly, the term magisterium has double meaning, the Church doctrine and philosopher’s stone.

    In 1947 John Maynard Keynes called Newton “the Last of the Magicians”, and the newest biography of Newton was titled The Last Sorcerer. It was a belated explanation why St. Patrick summoned “the powers against spells of witches and smiths and wizards.” In the Irish foundation myth, the sons of Mil, survivors of the Great Flood through their descent from Noah, reach Ireland from Spain. In the Plantation of Ulster, there are several Irish names mentioned as belonging to the “Red” branch of Judah. Tradition has it, that it was the prophet of Israel Jeremiah himself that performed the coronation ceremony upon King Eochaidh and Queen Teah Tephi. Patrick’s Christianity was the first de-Romanized Christianity, without the pagan baggage of the Greco-Roman world. That’s why The Deer’s Cry speaks about “stability of earth” (Cp. Ps 104:5: “You fixed the earth…not to be moved forever.”)

    No doubt, the three witches (like the three magi!) tutoring Macbeth “King that shalt be” are modeled on pythonesses of the Apollo temple at Delphi (the US astronauts were tutored by the Queen of the witches of the British Empire, Sybil Leek). The Apollo oracle was known as the disinformation center promoting puppet kings ruling over conquered nations. (According to the defectors from the NASA the “Apollo landing on the Moon” was fabricated in a similar disinformation center in the Nevada desert!). Welles saw in “Macbeth” the conflict between “priests of Hell and magic” and “Christian law and order.” For the old order, Welles uses suggestions of Stonehenge and the Druids regarded as Celtic Brahmins. Stonehenge corresponds to Diodorus’ description of a “magnificent temple of Apollo” which he locates “in the center of Britain.” It was a Rome of British ancient paganism. Dancing around the maypole in Shakespeare’s time had the same meaning as dancing around Liberty Tree in revolutionary France. This Liberty Tree was topped by the Phrygian cap. Macbeth’s final message: “Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player…it is a tale told by an idiot” reflects the well-known pessimism of the heliocentric philosophy which was also expressed by the Persian poet Omar Khayyam in one of his rubaiyat:

    For in and out, above, about, below
    ‘Tis nothing but a magic shadow-show
    Played in a box whose candle is the Sun
    Round which we phantom figures come and go.

    In Upanishads the world is a product of maya, the phantasmal creation and deceptive display of forms through cosmic magic. In Plato’s cave life’s but watching the play of shadows in a fire-lit wall. In “Alice in Wonderland” you may read, “We are such things as dreams are made of”. It needs not surprise us then, to learn that physicists make nothing, when it suits their convenience, of regarding nucleus and electron, not as substances but only as radiations (or Crookes’s “radiant matter” which gives birth to “children of light”, on the other hand “the so-called dark matter gives birth to “children of Devil” i.e. Jews) – thus casually dissolving the substantial world into a congeries of repellent and attractive velocities, which we are invited to believe in because Shakespeare’s redeemer is a girl assisted by magic – a Sybil Leek.
    F. R. Johnson in his Astronomical Thought in Renaissance England (Baltimore 1937) had shown that the educated (or shall I say “enlightened”) Elizabethan had plenty of textbooks in the vernacular instructing him in the Copernican astrology. But this Elizabethan vogue of the Copernican “sorcery” met with smart resistance in Patrick’s Ireland. Sir John Davies, poet and author of a prose work on the Irish question remained steadfast in the wisdom he has inherited:

    Only the earth doth stand for ever still,
    (Although some wits enrich’d with learning’s skill
    Say heaven’s stands firm and that the earth doth fleet
    And swiftly turneth underneath their feet):
    Yet, though the earth is ever steadfast seen,
    On her broad breast hath dancing ever been.

    Shakespeare as an avowed papist immediately embraced the fashionable doctrine (“The glorious planet Sol / in noble eminence enthroned and spher’d / amidst the other…”) using it to proclaim the glory of the English monarchy: “The sun not only is the king of the sky but he (!) Is like the king and the king is like sun.” The correspondence between God, the Sun, and the King is confirmed by the” healing power of the English king” derived from the “med’cinable eye of the Sol.” In “A Christian Familiar Comfort” John Norder compares the state to the heavens and Queen Elizabeth and her Council to the primum mobile or controlling sphere, within whose compass any other motion that of Ireland in particular must be contained. The roi soleil is, indeed, one of the most persistent of all Elizabethan commonplaces and was immortalized in her portrait showing her shining face (like the faces of the Japanese actors in the Noh plays). In Johnson’s Irish Masque the presence of the king is made to transform the apparent wild Irishmen into civilized courtiers: “As the sun dissolves the chains of winter and fosters the spring; it is but standing in his eye, / you’ll feel yourselves changed by and by, / And come forth new-born creatures all.
    Let me remind here that the first Japanese Tenno whose reign started in 660 BC, in the period of the XXVth Egyptian dynasty, was regarded as a child of Sun (like pharaohs). In 1867 when the shogunate was overthrown and the emperor was restored, he was proclaimed to be “arahitogami”, or “a human being, a person living now and ruling over the entire world, who, at the same time is a god.” According to revived Shinto doctrine (i.e. Japanese Renaissance), the sovereignty of the emperor is exercised by divine right through his reputed descent from the Sun-goddess Amateratsu Omikami. Consider the most interesting coincidence: the first Christian mission to Japan had landed on an island near Kyushu in 1543 and in the same year Father N. Copernicus’s book was published.
    Cyrus is said to be the Persian name for the sun; otherwise pointed it signifies “a bended bow,” (cp. the bellicosity of Ahmadinejad!) “anything bended or round” e.g. “the abdomen of a pregnant women.” There was a general Oriental belief that a portion of Zeus Pater was supposed to become incarnate at the end of a cycle of about 600 years; that about the period of Cyrus such an incarnation was looked for; and another about the period of Jesus advent. One finds a very interesting account of the Roman idea of this incarnation, as expressed in Virgil’s Eclogue IV. Cyrus was supposed to be one of the divine incarnations – the Sun in person; hence he favors the idea that his name signifies “the Sun.”
    In Egypt, an intricate network of language and ceremony reinforced a resonance between the sun and the pharaoh. The name of the sun was incorporated often in the cartouche of the king. The king wore the uraeus, the divine solar cobra, on his crown – the symbol of immortality. The king’s public appearance on the throne was equated with the sun’s arrival on the horizon. Both concepts shared the same verb, a hieroglyph of the sun emerging from the primordial mound of creation. Like the sun, the pharaoh was divine. He was the son of the Sun god.
    In ancient Babylonia, the sun was Shamash. His watchful eye noted all things and judged everyone. Justice resided in him. Hammurabi, the codifier of Babylonian law, is shown standing before Shamash on the stone column, or stela, inscribed with this king’s famous code. Through the law the sun’s order was transformed to earth. Thus the concept of Natural Laws was born. Accordingly, in Thomas Digges’s English translation of Copernicus’s The Revolutions the sun is “like the king in the middest of al who reigneth and geeveth lawes of motion to ye rest.”
    It should be reminded here that the Etruscans, called themselves Rasena; and the descendants of the most ancient families always believed that the Rasena had come from the great and ancient city of Resen or RSN, the capital of Aturia in the land of Assyria situated on the great river Tigris. In the country of Ethiopia, where the Pharaohs had granted lands to a group of no less than 240,000 Rasenas, they built the town of Esar – that was the Etruscan word for demigod. From Egypt they had brought many of their sacred rites (see the Osiris column in the middle of St. Peter’s Piazza); for many centuries they used to place Egyptian things and implement in their tombs. Cicero records that while Tarchun was ploughing the foundations of the walls of Tarquinia, a Genius arose from the deep furrow (spontaneous generation!), with an old man’s head and a child’s body’ and this Genius sang to Tarchun the unalterable, divinely inspired laws of his future government; then the Genius sunk down and disappeared. And when all the laws were written in the Books, Tarchun introduced augury (i.e. astrology), and since that day augury and divination were called Ars Etrusca and Disciplina Etrusca. Ovid, in the “Metamorphoses,” says that Tages was the first who taught the Etruscans to see into the future. Tages has transmitted to Tarchun the sacred division of time for his people. The civil year began in March and consisted of 365 days i.e. it was a solar year like that of the Egyptians.
    Two Roman emperors, Elagabalus the Syrian (AD 218-222) and Aurelian the Danubian established at Rome quasi-monotheistic state religion of the sun. Why did this belief enjoy such lasting and widespread support? In the first place, the worship of the sun seemed a natural and obvious procedure; the Persians had been sun worshippers for centuries, and Plato idealizes the practice and calls the solar orb “offspring of the first god”. Accordingly, the Stoics maintained that man’s soul contains a divine spark of the same power which rules and illuminates the heavens. Moreover, the effects of the sun on the earth present an evident example of cosmic sympathy: the sun makes the vegetation appear and perish (they ignored the flora that can thrive in polar zone or during the winter). This astrology remained enormously powerful, and even St. Augustine, while refusing to believe that the human soul was subject to the stars, was not prepared to deny that their emanations played a part in making one human body like another. The Byzantine scholar Stephanus still called astrology “the most valuable of all arts and queen of the sciences.” The Italian Renaissance, too, believed this overwhelmingly, and so did Tudor and Jacobean England. Shakespeare shared the “scientific” (i.e. heliocentric) views of his time and, therefore, referred frequently to astrology. In “King Lear” he expressed his belief in the influence of sun, moon, and stars on matter and all life on earth:

    It is the stars,
    The stars above us, govern our conditions.
    At Rome as elsewhere, some of the cleverest men of the day maintained that the use of appropriate techniques could discover the future and that astrology alone was the scientific method of achieving this. Every single one of the early Roman emperors was a profound believer in astrology and their belief could only be compared to that of A. Hitler. This is demonstrated by the literary record – not to speak of Augustus’s dedication of the Pantheon to the sun and stars – and is by no means contradicted by the steps that some of these rulers took to expel astrologers from Rome, since such measures were political, due to the perils for the regime from horoscopes encouraging noblemen to aim at the throne.
    Newton’s idea of the sun was inspired by Lorenzo Medici’s prayer in which the sun was praised as “Nume”. The root nv- from which the term ‘nume’ is derived means ‘nod’ (nume was considered a force that bends space and makes it ‘curved’) whence the connotation ‘command’ or ‘will’ and then ‘divine will’ or ‘power’, ‘divine sway’. The movie extolling A. Hitler’s political victory was titled The Triumph of the Will. A. Hitler was often portrayed like an ancient Savior, on the background of the sun holding in his right hand a banner with swastika.
    In Rome, paganism was not simply a superstitio, a bankrupt dispensation that laid outside the Church: paganism laid close to the heart of all baptized Roman Christians, always ready to re-emerge in the form of “pagan survivals,” like these in the Renaissance period. Boethius (480-524) made technical works of Greek philosophy available in Latin. When imprisoned and facing execution for treason, in 524, he wrote a Consolation of Philosophy that would dominate the sensibility of the Christian Middle Ages precisely because it bore no sign of Christianity.

    On Feb. 15, 495 a group of Roman Senators initiated, once again, the annual purifying ceremony of the Lupercalia. Naked youths dashed through Rome, as they had done since archaic times. The senators concerned were public figures and good “sons of the Church.” In the city, collective memory still looked past the great basilica-shrine of St. Peter to the world of Romulus and Remus. On reaching the top of the flight of steps that led up the courtyard of St. Peter’s, many Catholic Christians would still turn their backs to the saint’s basilica, to bow, with a reverential gesture, to the rising sun. They thought of themselves as members of “the fortunate race” (or in Darwin’s jargon: “the favoured race”) of the Romans.

    Anglo-Israelitism was a 19th century movement which held that the “Chosen People” of the Bible are blond, blue-eyed Anglo-Saxons, that the Jews were descended from Satan. In 1920 British High Commissioner nominated the fair-haired, blue-eyed Haj Amin as Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. Haj Amin was a member of the Husseini clan, which traced its roots to Circassians or non-Arab (Aryan) Moslems who came from the Caucasus Mountains. The father of Yasir Arafat Abder Rauf was a member of a small branch of the Husseinis.

    In his magisterial two-volume work Modern Egypt, Lord Cromer argued that the ‘Oriental’, meaning Semites, was irredeemably childish and the diametrical opposite of ‘us’: “Sir Alfred Lyall once said to me: ‘Accuracy is abhorrent to the Oriental mind. Every Anglo-Indian school always remembers that maxim.’ Want of accuracy, which easily degenerates into untruthfulness, is in fact the main characteristic of the Oriental mind. The European is a close reasoner; his statements of fact are devoid of any ambiguity; he is a natural logician, albeit he may not have studied logic; he is by nature skeptical and requires proof before he can accept the truth of any proposition; his trained intelligence works like a piece of mechanism. The mind of the Oriental, on the other hand, like his picturesque streets, is eminently wanting in symmetry. His reasoning is of the most slipshod description. Although the ancient Arabs acquired in a somewhat higher degree the science of dialectics, their descendants are singularly deficient in the logical faculty. They are often incapable of drawing the most obvious conclusions from any simple premises of which they may admit the truth.” (Quoted in Edward W. Said, Orientalism: Western Conceptions of the Orient New York and London, 1985. p.38)
    This racism inspired these passages from A. Hitler’s “Mein Kampf”: “…What we see before us of human culture today, the results of art, science, and techniques, is almost exclusively the creative product of the Aryan.” (…) “The Jew forms the strongest contrast to the Aryan.’’(…) “The Jewish person, with all its apparent intellectual qualities, is nevertheless without any true culture, especially without a culture of its own. For the sham culture which the Jew possesses today is the property of other peoples, and is mostly spoiled in his hands. When judging Jewry in its attitude towards the question of human culture, one has to keep before one’s eyes as an essential characteristic that there never has been and consequently that today also there is no Jewish art; that above all the two queens of all arts, architecture and music, owe nothing original to Jewry. What he achieves in the field of art is either bowdlerization or intellectual theft. With this, the Jew lacks those qualities which distinguish creatively and, with it, culturally blessed races.’’
    This British, Darwinian racism is being proclaimed by Palestinian history textbooks: “The Philistines, who came from Crete and Asia Minor, merged with the Canaanites, who originated from the Arabian peninsula, and gave the land is name, Falastin. The Jebusites, a Canaanite people, are the ancestors of the Palestinians. Abraham was neither a Jew nor a Christian, but a “believer in one God.” The twelve sons of Jacob fled to Egypt, interbred with the Egyptians there and became numerous. Moses and his followers wandered in the desert; they were not endowed with any scientific or artistic talents and made no cultural achievements whatsoever…” And that explains why the Palestinians are shunned by Semitic Arabs.
    And as “mongrels” those Jews still stubbornly refuse to bow to the Aryan sun god. And that explains the incessant boycotts of Israel by various British organizations, including the leading elites of their universities.

    Dr. Roan Pytel, Poles for Israel

    Comment by Roman Pytel — June 24, 2007 @ 3:20 pm | Reply

  60. Thanks for keeping your comments brief, Roman Pytel. Lord give me strength.

    Comment by Psycheout — June 28, 2007 @ 6:49 pm | Reply

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  62. Typical liberal media bias, instead of responding to the arguments presented here, they try to find a way to avoid them.

    Comment by Harry — July 25, 2007 @ 4:44 pm | Reply

  63. Uh, Harry, did you try and read the article above? The long one? I know it must be tough for folks like you to read more than a couple of lines at a time, but he certainly isn’t avoiding any argument. In fact, you are.

    Comment by Adam Nelson — July 26, 2007 @ 6:11 am | Reply

  64. I praised your comedy on another one of your blogs, sorry about the duplicate posts. I just came across these sites and being somewhat of a student of how one can use the internet to manipulate just about anything (or anyone), this network of spoof sites got my attention.

    This is probably old news to you, but you’ve been getting praise for it – just so you don’t feel unappreciated. 🙂

    Comment by Datacloud — August 9, 2007 @ 2:37 am | Reply

  65. I feel that you have misrepresented Laurentius Corvinus’ position on creation. In fact what he says in his poem is this:

    Edocet formis variis solutum
    Lite discordi chaos, et latentis
    Prima naturae peritura nullis
    Semina saeclis […]

    In other words: “[Pallas Athena] teaches [the students at the University of Krakow] how chaos was released from discordant strife in various forms, and about the eternal and elemental seeds of hidden nature.”

    “Solutum” certainly does not imply “evolution” out of chaos, but suggests rather the active participation of an agent, i.e. God. (The fact that Pallas Athene teaches this should not makes us assume that he was flirting with paganism; this is simply part of his mythological mask, sported in an attempt to show that humanist learning had come to Poland as it had previously to Italy.) Corvinus was a very pious poet, and later assisted greatly in the introduction of Lutheranism to Breslau/Wroclaw. On the concept of the ‘eternal and elemental seeds of hidden nature’, Hiro Hirai recently published a very interesting book, “Le Concept de Semence dans les Théories de la Matière à la Renaissance de Marsile Ficin à Pierre Gassendi” (Turnhout: Brepols, 2005) which is well worth reading.

    Comment by Grantley McDonald — February 27, 2008 @ 1:28 am | Reply

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  69. The gods are liars who hide behind their positioning. They planned this Situation for THOUSANDS of years and execute it to a T with Artificial Intelligence. Count on this shit to deliver and you will lose.

    Their role throughout history is to communicate the god’s wisdom so the entire family can progress when reincarnated. Effectively acomplishing this task may buy them a quality opportunity to ascend in their next life.

    Your job as a future mother is to learn the god’s ways and to help your child understand despite the negative reinforcement and conditioning of today’s society. Without consciousous parents the child will have no hope, and may even exaserbate their disfavor by becoming corrupted in today’s environment.
    Your ultimate goal is to fix your relationship wiith the gods and move on. You don’t want to be comfortable here, and the changes in Western society in the last 100 years has achieved just that.
    1000 years with Jesus is the consolation prize. Don’t be deceived into thinking that is the goal.

    Much like the other prophets Mohhamed (polygamy/superiority over women/misogyny) and Jesus (forgiveness/savior), the gods use me for temptation as well. In today’s modern society they feel people are most weak for popular culture/sensationalism, and the clues date back to WorldWarII and Unit731:TSUSHOGO, the Chinese Holocaust. They used this Situation to bury Japanese atrocities.
    It has been discussed that, similar to the Matrix concept, the gods will offer a REAL “Second Coming of Christ”, while the “fake” Second Coming will come at the end and follow New Testiment scripture and their xtian positioning. I may be that real Second Coming.
    What I teach is the god’s true way. It is what is expected of people, and only those who follow this truth will be eligible to ascend into heaven as children in a future life. They offered this event because the masses have just enough time to work on and fix their relationship with the gods and ascend, to move and grow past Planet Earth, before the obligatory xtian “consolation prize” of “1000 years with Jesus on Earth” begins.

    The Prince of Darkness, battling the gods over the souls of the Damned.
    It is the gods who have created this environment and led people into Damnation with temptation. The god’s positioning proves they work to prevent people’s understanding.
    How often is xtian dogma wrong? Expect it is about the Lucifer issue as well.
    The fallen god, fighting for justice for the disfavored, banished to Earth as the fallen angel?
    I believe much as the Noah’s Flood event, the end of the world will be initiated by revelry among the people. It will be positioned to be sanctioned by the gods and led for “1000 years with Jesus on Earth”.
    In light of modern developments this can entail many pleasures:::Medicine “cures” aging, the “manufacture” of incredible beauty via cloning as sex slaves, free (synthetic) cocaine, etc.
    Somewhere during the 1000 years the party will start to “die off”, literally. Only those who maintain chaste, pure lifestyles, resisting these temptations, will survive the 1000 years. Condemned to experience another epoch of planet’s history for their ignorant pursuit of xtianity, they will be the candidates used to (re)colonize (the next) Planet Earth, condemned to relive the misery experienced by the peasantry during history due to their failure to ascend into heaven before the Apocalypse.
    Never forget:::It is not a house of Jesus.
    If this concept of Lucifer is true another role of this individual may be to initiate disfavor and temptation among this new poulation, the proverbial “apple” of this Garden of Eden. A crucial figure in the history of any planet, he begins the process of deterioration and decay that leads civilizations to where Planet Earth remains today.
    Which one is it?:
    One transitions into the other, allowing the gods to wash their hands of obligation to their Chosen One. My personal “consolation prize”.
    And since the gods never committed despite tens of billions in mass media, product development and natural disasters/tragedy they will employ the freedom they positioned into the Situation and CHEAT me out of everything.
    Unfortunate for me, the gods can claim they never intended this, despite being control freaks who guide everything specifically and have the power to force it with AI, and now they are free to fuck my brains out, just as they did throughout my childhood.
    The gods were pimping me when I was a 3 year-old boy, only to exploit me and cash in decades later.
    Pre-pubescent prostitution is rampant in black communities. Now we see where it comes from.

    Consistant with “reverse positioning” understand the REAL Second Coming would equate with The Matrix’s Anti-Christ, the fake battle of good and evil which will come at the end.
    Understanding how they use the political encviornment to redefine people’s value system, realize anyone who speaks of the old world and its ways will envoke hatred. So when/if the Anti-Christ comes along speaking of reverting back to what liberalism would consider regressive and unfair, it may be the only hope to salvage the god’s favor and keep moving forward rather than begin the 1000 year clock. The fake Second Coming will feed into this political enviornment.
    Also consistant with “reverse positioning” recognize the gods will offer a REAL Anti-Christ, also known as The Beast. I have addressed these issues in years past::::
    The gods will offer clues throughout every dynaic of life. Geographical features onthe world map is yet another.
    The Beast is not a person, as the xtian Bible would suggest. It is a place:::The San Francisco Bay Area. And it refers to the socio-political poison the region exuded in the latter 20th century which promoted indecent behavior among the people whose favor was rapidly deteriorating. This decay spread to other states and countries, fulfilling the region’s role as The Beast of the Apocalypse.
    Another feature which the Gods offer as a clue is very foreboading. Mt. Zion is a mountain to the north of the eye of The Beast Diablo and one which has a working quarry at its base. Consistant with the decay we experience in society, Mt. Zion is being eaten away, slowly stripped of its resources, until one day paradise will be gone forever.

    So many theme oriented movies lately. Pills that make you smarter, now a movie focussed on time, immortality. The gods are taking steps in preparation for the Apocaplypse, 1000 years with Jesus on Earth.
    The gods are preying on the people, ramping up temptation and compelling them to engage in behavior which will ultimately cost them.
    What I teach is the truth:::The gods extensively use clone hosts and manage Earth through them, people who ultimately are reincarnated into lesser life forms because of their fatal decision.
    You’re all falling prey to the god’s royal scam.
    Any enviornment/perception can be created with their power. Never fail to recognize the power they have at their disposal. There is NOTHING it can not do.
    They still sell “going up” to the reals and their clone hosts, for living on Earth doesn’t sound so appealing to them, nor preditors like my family. But the gods are creating an enviornment which will fulfill their promise made in the Bible to stupid white people and the fools who fell for xtianity.

    Navy SEALS helpcopter crash of 8.6.11 was revenge for Osama bin Laden.
    So confident in their relationship with the gods. Live in comfort in “the greatest country in the world”, bright future, kids do great.
    The gods have sent a very contradicting clue to the families of the 20 Navy SEALS killed in Afghanistan.
    The gods did this to you. This is punishment for the evil of your country, killing of a superior in the god’s eyes.
    Do you even pray? Have the gods already told you to stop going to church? Because Muslims pray 7 times a day, and you fucking white trash ridicule their favor.
    You fell for it. And now you will pay dearly. The United States is the empire of evil.
    The clue has been sent. Let’s see what you do with it.
    Even with all the corruption of the Republicans this wasn’t going to happen on W’s watch because the conservatives are the good ones. It is the liberal social decay which was the trademark of The Beast, and what has primarily destroyed our favor with the gods.
    One day default will bring insolvency, while the wealthy you bailed out with multi-trillion dollar stimulous package leaves you behind in the ruins. When this day comes don’t forget to pray, for the economic devestation and carnage which will surround you will be a deliberate motivator.

    Torturing my enemies would be VERY therapeutic. And none more so than the antients.
    I woul dbe like Hannibal Lechter, so calmly, coldly inflicting my will upon those who have presided over potentially COUNTLESS universal “Big Bang” cycles.
    And it would be just.

    Comment by May I remind you you are the obsessive-compulsive disorder who feels the need to remain with me. I would never waste my time with you. — August 23, 2011 @ 12:46 pm | Reply

  70. May God bless Africa

    Comment by gregentia — June 16, 2012 @ 7:04 am | Reply

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