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Liars FOR Religion

09-05-2015, 12:01 PM #1
Robert Baird
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Lactantius was the tutor in the house of the Bible editor named Constantine. Constantine never converted to being a Christian but was more in tune with Arias and real thought behind the people in the family of Jesus. Lactantius observed "there will always be those who lie for religion". He himself was one of those liars and supported the flat earth lie which he certainly knew was a lie, but it made people more willing to do what Empire-builders and mysogynists in the inner sanctums of p***philia and torture told people they must do. There truly were monsters but not at the edge of the earth - they were Divinely inspired kings and Popes or Caliphs - and still ply their vile trade.

Can you imagine how recently it was that concentration enclosures for women sinners and their bastard children were ended in Ireland? Try 1996! Guess how many unmarked graves were found in these laundry businesses, inside high walls? Guess when temples were first put inside walls and why that was. Can sex be a motivation or was it to harvest the thalami of Devoted Ones just like L. Ron Hubbard Jr. says his father was trying to do when he was born and who he saw do the same later, to other souls. Scientology only followed other religion's deeds - they are less hypocritical and just as controlling as most cults in the Judaeo/Christian/Islamic cultus. Francis Fukayama who authored The End of History and The Last Man is not the first social engineer who warned us (If we are only those who read books.) about religions as "tools for social engineers". Here is another good person trying to get people to learn that truth first written about by Sun-Tzu in The Art of War. Actually I doubt he is the very first - being as so many empires have destroyed so many books. This is Bertrand Russell. “I think the subject which will be of most importance politically is Mass Psychology... Its importance has been enormously increased by the growth of modern methods of propaganda. Although this science will be diligently studied, it will be rigidly confined to the governing class. The populace will not be allowed to know how its convictions are generated.”


09-20-2015, 01:10 AM #2
Robert Baird
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Lance Winslow was the second most prolific contributor to on line E-zines while I did it for about four years. I think this article of his was due to things I wrote, in part.

Religion, Well It is Not About Truth Really By Lance Winslow
January 28, 2006August 13, 2015 by admin

Many people subscribe to a religion of some type. Some take it very seriously others simply follow along as a matter of cultural indoctrination. Many believe that religion is good, as it keeps people honest and they can cite many examples and reasons for this. Others say that Organized Religion has caused more wars and killed more people than any other human made event in our recorded written history. So which is it?

Well it is both and some will point out that; “as a result religions miss the truth about who we are and what is really going on here.” Although the Organized religions claim to have all the answers including such things as;

How did the World begin?
Why are we here?
How should we live our lives while we are here?
What happens to us when we die?
How will the World end?

Many critics of religion say that; “those who choose to supplement the absence of this experience in themselves with religious doctrine of any kind are just allowing themselves to be manipulated. The results of such manipulation are very clear when you look at what is going on this planet.”

Indeed it is hard to argue that most all Organized Religions have their faults as well as attributes in our civilizations. But one could also argue for the most part religion is not about truth it is about control, it is not interested in truth, some followers may be, however the reason for the formation is strictly to control using many techniques such as explaining the fear of the unknown. It seems to work well for those who use the techniques of religion. (Yes, it does work well for those in control.)

So is religion good or bad; or does it depend on those who lead it and those who follow? Is it the responsibility of each member of an organized religion to be forthright and keep the religion from slipping into hypocrisy? Is it time for all religions to be disbanded or come clean on their true mission? Think on this, it is an interesting subject.
This post was last modified: 09-20-2015, 01:13 AM by Robert Baird.