Ancient Craft Masonry motto: Ordo ab Chao (Order out of Chaos)
Posted 26 January 2006 - 01:12 AM
what does what I said have to do with dropping out of school? I was talking about believing in religion..
I was really being sarcastic. But i'll go a little deeper.
Actually I agree, you need to decide for yourself, and make up your own mind instead of people telling you what to believe. I researched everything myself, which is how I got where I am.
First of all, I feel like I live in the twilight zone, and everyone is walking around hypnotized and I'm the only one among a few others who are awake to the new world order. That has way more to do with geopolitics then religion.
The schools are nothing more then indoctrination camps, teaching you how to be a productive citizen, in the new world order, that you will live in your adult life. It was determined that the only way to prevent war was to create a world government. Uniting the people of the world. This means erasing the various cultures, taboos, religion, and so on, and almost starting new. the problem is that people have to much pride and nationalism. So it was decided to take control of the public school system and start traing the childeren to be world citizens. The problem as you can read in this article below, was that the family was the reason for the childeren being patriotic and religious. So in order to stop the family from teaching the child, the state would take over. They then created the feminism movement (feminist Ms. magazine was created by CIA Gloria Stienhem), along with affecting the economy to get women in the work force out of the home and away from the childeren. Then pre-school, is started to get the kids as early as possible, and then it begins. The family is the enemy of the new world order.
In order to begin erasing the generational isolationism that had permeated America since WWI, President Harry S. Truman introduced a UN public school curriculum created by UNESCO into the American school system on April 6, 1946. The curriculum, "Towards World Understanding" was designed to prepare America's next generations for "world citizenship." The following year UNESCO's Director General, Sir Julian Huxley, issued a scholastic directive entitled "Classrooms With Children Under 12-years of Age" which blamed the parents of school children for harming their offspring by instilling in them a sense of Christian faith and patriotic pride. Huxley said that "...[b]efore the child enters school his mind has already been profoundly marked, and often injuriously, by earlier influences...first gained...in the home."
Later in the text—which was used in hundreds of classrooms throughout the nation—Huxley observed that "....it is frequently the family that infects the child with extreme nationalism. The school should therefore use the means described earlier to combat family attitudes." Among those things that "infect" the family, Huxley reiterated again, were religion and patriotism.
Huxley's utopian UN programs were incorporated in the public school system of the United States and eventually became the foundational framework for preschool—getting the children away from their parents before they are unduly influenced by homegrown parental prejudices—God and country. Today, a half-century later, the American family has come to believe that preschool is good for their children and that it's also good for them. They believe that by getting their kids into school earlier, the children learn faster, and learn more.
"No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man."~Heraticles
Posted 26 January 2006 - 08:37 PM
First of all hello from Estonia. I decided to registrate here after doing some search on "Anneliese Michel". I watched the movie "The Exorcism of Emily Rose" and I kinda start to belive that there are some strange forces between life and death. Im very skeptik though bout spirits, god and the devil. I belive in space and time and the boundries of space.. but hearing all my life about ghost, spirits, god and so... im so confused in what to belive.. This is the first time in my life I have written this kind of text in the internet. I havent been in a curch for umm like 15 years or so, im 20 right now and at my work (Im a computer technician) all of my bosses are religous. Catholic or how is that in english. I want to belive in something but there has nothing that can make me belive in something i havent seen... a blurry topic im sure
Anneleise Michel was supposedly possesed by 6 demons. Two of which I am skeptical of. Only one I know I believe in because it was human. Nero the Roman Emporer. Not a demon ( I know - right off the bat you think * demon?? No way *). Another one is Catholic reference. This one called "Legion" whom possessed a man in Jesus' time- whom he had cast out of that man. This man was (supossedly) possessed himself, by many demons. The man begged in some (other) voice - begging Jesus not to send those "demons" back to Hell. Jesus - (I'm formerly Catholic so I am also skeptical ) cast the demons from this man into a herd of pigs which had drowned themselves in the ocean. The man was healed by Jesus.
So.... Did they "come back" ????
Did Nero come back as a demon- I doubt that.
Still after I saw the movie- I was blown away. What do you think Sarge??