A neo pagan named Aaron(?) is parroting the myth that Bush voters had a low IQ and Kerry voters a higher IQ (see American Voters Are Really Dumb). It’s is typical of goatbaggers to NOT CHECK FOR FACTS and to believe whatever they first hear as long as it fits their feelings. Truly it’s stupid to “trust first, but verify” and wise to “first verify, then trust.” But what should you expect from people who believe in “magick”? Who believe, “It just happens cos it does dude”?
And how can a neo-pagan not know that Bush and Kerry are pagan Skull and Bones friends? Talk about ignorant.
And here is another pagan spreading pagan myths about Christians as all being a single unified church. On that page the prideful pagan says:
“It is appropriate, at this point, to note the great hypocrisy of the early Christian Church at the time of this “demonization” of the pagan religion. Though the Church was willing to expunge the concepts of nature and the Goddess from the minds of Man, it was not going to throw out the baby with the bathwater and it incorporated vast elements of the pagan religion within its own ritual structure.”
And whatever you say is true because you repeated it and feel it. How about learn what logical fallacies are so that you stop committing them? Stop being a hypocrite yourself and biased bigot and lumping in all Christians together as one, as if you never heard of the reformation or the Bible to be able to read it yourself. You’re a typical blind emotion basher who keeps calling Christians Catholics and in your hypocrisy also acknowledges Gnostics. Is that the limit of your ability to learn? You can’t take the time to seriously study the Reformation? And no: that doesn’t mean reading one or three pages on Wikipedia and then smugly thinking, “Now I know it all.” How stupid: please do tell me what Reformed Baptists and Presbyterians have to do with paganism. Nothing. Just your delusions, your parroting of myths and your “we came first and first is bestest and rightiest.” And going back further into the past: to God’s word: show us the pagan symbols every in the Bible that God used for the religion he put forth. You can’t, because besides there being none, you miss and forget the utter obvious that you pagans love to complain about: That God wants all other religions to be destroyed and forgotten, for even the “poles” to be taken down and all the idols to be destroyed. And wow, what extreme blasphemy and arrogance: what was the “baby”? So, “Do unto others as you would have them do to you” and “Love your neighbor as yourself” and “Forgive your enemies and bless those who persecute you” and “Do not oppress a stranger” and “Don’t lie” and “Don’t steal” and “Don’t commit adultery” and “Honor your mother and father” and “Don’t covet (what belongs to your neighbor)” and “Love the Lord your God with all your heart” who put forth those laws are throwing out the baby and the bathwater? HUH!!!!?!????!?!?!!!!!!!!!!!! Which was the baby and which was the bathwater and what were either?! See world: pagans love to make flowery speeches, poetic, eloquent, but the meaning behind them is vague, empty, vain, nonsense. Look at that page, look how it says, “pagan pride” in fancy lettering. Pagan pride of what?! And how is that mature and how does that show a serious attitude towards the truth? It doesn’t Instead it’s a bold sign that says, “Nanny nanny boo boo I take pride in what I say and you can’t hurt me, I’m happy and you can’t make me sad. Hah.” Of course it’s not that obvious, but that is what is behind that shield statement. How many Christian pages can you find that say, “Christian pride”? But how many White Power, and Neo Nazi and racist pages can you find, “White Pride” on? And as everyone knows who knows about racism understands, that statement is one which is meant to rebuff what they see as attempts to make whites feel inferior. And what things do they see as attempts to make whites feel inferior?: Other whites mixing with blacks by being near to them, eating in the same places, having sex with them, marrying them, having babies with them, using the bathrooms as them, sharing the same tools and going inside the same buildings, and finally: affirmative action. Except perhaps for the last one, there is no arguing that none of those things are in and of themselves an attack on whites and meant to make them feel inferior, anymore than pagans are being teased by Christians when Christians, build churches, worship God, refuse to acknowledge a “goddess”, when Christians excel in science or other fields, when they make and increase friends and live in peace with their non-Christian neighbors, when they refute pagan myths like “The Burning Times” that pagans and their Wiccan brothers claim lead to the death of millions of witches by burning (talk about simple-minded and gullible), and when they refuse to have sexual relations with pagans, marry them or raise children with them. It’s also interesting and shouldn’t be surprising that many racists are pagans, who believe the myth that paganism came before Christianity and that that some how makes it legitimate and Christianity not. This is about jealousy and a childish belief that Christians are out to get pagans and bully and murder pagans, much like how the Germans during Hitler’s time were lead to believe that Jews were out to get them and wipe them out or other stupid things, and similar to how “extremist” Muslims view Christians (most of whom seem to have the wrong idea that all Christians are Catholics, or that Catholics and other Christians are the same, just go to different teachers with different leaders I guess). Something also that shouldn’t be surprising is that Islam is also a pagan religion: many Muslims will journey hundreds of miles to kiss a rock, as if it were a person, and view this rock as holy. On top of that, their religion started out as a moon-god worshiping cult and Mohammed’s exposure to Catholic teachings (which lead him to claim falsely in the Quran that Mary was part of the Trinity).
https://eternian.wordpress.com/life – The true gospel, not the gospel of the Catholic, Mormon, JW, 7th Day Adventist, Pentecostal and Universalist cults.
New Age and Neopaganism: Are They Two Separate Traditions? (that’s my custom title for the link)
Do Muslims Worship a Moon God?