Monday, 12 September 2011

WHOLLY ReWRIT, Sylvester Cat

Sylvester Cat

Ken, I've listened to your outrageous blasphemies- wonderful, love them. Good point about, 'Why would the women think to put ointment on an already anointed, wrapped and tombed body'. Why would they even anoint Jesus body if they had even a glimmer of belief in Jesus fulfilling his claims about rising again. None of the disciples thought or suggested to keep vigil waiting for their teacher man to resurrect.

Bugs Bunny

Happy Easter, Christ myth busters,
Jesus is dead, we can live in peace, won't be seeing him again,
There is no God.
The holy spirit never existed.
There is no supernatural realm.
Be caring & don't hurt anyone
Love virtue, act ethically, practice scepticism
Wishing you a successful career and happy life
p.s try reading the good books by Robert M Price, "The case against the case for Christ", "Jesus is dead", "The Reason driven life"
The Truth is Out on BBC2

Catch the superb BBC2 'Bibles buried secrets'. Bible scholar Ms Stavrakopoulou spills the beans on Israels polytheistic past and that Yahweh had a female partner Asherah etc. This could be mentioned in Deutomoronomy 33v3. Also there was some ancient pottery found near border with Egypt with picture of Male and Female god and the words Yaweh and his Asherah. Guest appearance of Israel Finkelstein on the first episode!
March 13, 2011 - 05:57 PM
Joseph Wheless

Is it God's Word?? page 52 In Noahs flood myth Genesis ch7v2 & ch 8V20 talks of clean and unclean animals.-- The distinction between clean and unclean animals was never heard of until the Levitical law of "Kosher" was prescribed and described by 'Moses' , as is alleged, at least 1000 years later.
Thanks Ken for recommending this book on page 518 of JNE, it certainly 'shreds the biblical fantasy'
March 10, 2011 - 05:20 PM
Joseph Wheless

Is it Gods word? [The hell it is!] page 31 Wheless notices that the writer of Exodus ch2v10 makes the Egyptian Princess speak Hebrew ?!: The princess of pharaoh spied the basket in the Nile, took a fancy to the babe and rescued it, afterwards, when it grew, "he became her son". Now the remarkable incident:"And she called his name Moses: and she said, Because I drew him out of the water" What has "Moses" to do with "drew" him out of the water? In English speech nothing discernible; but in the original Hebrew it is a plain play on words or pun: "and she called his name Mosheh...Because meshethi {I drew} him out of the waters" The curious thing about it all is, that the Egyptian Princess is represented as speaking in Hebrew or Chaldee, and making a pun-name for her protege in that evidently unknown tongue. That it hardly happened that way is obvious. The birth, rescue and christening of Moses have every indicia of myth.
February 28, 2011 - 05:19 PM
Joseph Wheless 1920

If you want yet more fantastic TNT [in addition to JNE] to blow Christianity sky high, into the clouds, to 'kingdom come' then catch a look at the 1920 writings of Joseph Wheless, 'Is it Gods Word?' and 'Forgery in Christianity' seen on website This gives an encyclopedic list of errors in the Bible and a comprehensive account of the way that Rabbis and Greek ex-pagan priests fabricated the writings found in our Bible. For example in Exodus 6v2-3 God speaks to Moses and says he was known to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob as El Shaddai but now for the first time is making himself known as Yahweh. If that is the case then the scribes have gone back over Genesis and changed most all the names used for God from El Shaddai to Yahweh. Wheless says that Yahweh was a specific name to distinguish the Hebrew God but the bible fabricators have changed it all to a generalised 'Lord' or 'God'
Further in Genesis 1v1 the word used was Elohim which is plural of El so truthfully it should read 'In the beginning the godS created the heaven and the earth'
Also website rabbis response concerning lxx septuagint talks about how the virgin story got going and tried to twist Isaiah 7v14 from Hebrew Alma, young woman to greek virgin. Website is part of Bet Emet ministries
February 26, 2011 - 09:40 AM

I agree with what Christopher Hitchens says about religion and that is it can never go away it can only be domesticated, that is true, there is no way religion will ever go away because people are always going to want to believe in something even if it is something that is ridiculous and people will believe what they want to believe, religion is popular because it fills a void in peoples lives and gives meaning and purpose to peoples lives and it comforts them about the fear of dying and even once christianity islam and all the other religions disappear all that will happen is that new religions will be invented and people will start to believe them. In 100 years time there will be even more bizarre religions such as a Harry Potter religion a star wars religion ( the force is with you ) aswell as a whole heap of other religions. The gulibility naievity and desperation of people is the reason why religion will always exist.
February 25, 2011 - 05:38 PM

REV 6v12 There was a great earthquake. The sun turned black like sackcloth made of goat hair, the whole moon turned blood red, and the stars in the sky fell to earth, as late figs drop from a fig-tree when shaken by a strong wind. The SKY RECEDED LIKE A SCROLL, ROLLING UP.
Tell me how the sky can ever recede or roll up? The writer thought he was on a flat earth with the sky like a tent above! Stars will never fall to earth. Planet earth will only ever be swallowed by our sun after billions of years. The Reve writer maybe thought meteors where when stars fell to earth. Primitive cultures have located meteors and worshipped them. They attributed solar eclipses to supernatural causes. Did the writer try to create a scary apocalyptic scene by throwing in an eclipse? In a solar eclipse the Sun doesn't turn black, it gets hidden by the moon. Why didn't he say the moon moved infront of the sun? Maybe he did think the sun could switch off but then nothing could be seen bar stars {but then they had allegedly fallen to our feet} and everyone would freeze.
February 25, 2011 - 05:14 PM
Priestly Fraud, Fried,

Moses says:Just bring me a daily Big Mac and your sins will be forgiven. Levitout 10v16 "When Moses enquired about the goat of the sin offering and found that it had been burned up, he was angry..and asked,'Why didn't you eat the sin offering? ..It was given to you to take away the guilt of the community, you should have eaten the goat." Further Farced food: Lev 9v21 remember to wave your burgers in the air before placing on BBQ. The chips are down for Malachi, he says in Mal 3v6 you show contempt to the Lord Almighty when you bring blind animals for sacrifice, is that not wrong? Try offering them to your governor! Would he be pleased? { Malachi thinks Israels problems happen because someone offered lamb without 20/20 vision}Mal 2v3 If you do not listen I will spread offal on your faces. Mal 3v10 Bring the whole 10% and see the Lord open the floodgates of heaven & prevent pests from devouring your crops and prevent the grapes falling off your vines.
There was never a connection between ritual in church and how well their crops grew. It was only sensible to bring the flawed animal, what did it matter when it was going to be killed & part eaten. Exodus 34v26 10th commandment, "Don't cook goat in mothers milk" What? You want it in red wine, shallot & herb casserole? [11th command: thou shalt not make mothers breastmilk icecream]

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