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Pride of the Predator

February 2, 2015

It is always interesting to read the comments from people aligned with a particular sect of Religion. If a story is shared about members of a family being “saved” by a cruel and bloodthirsty militancy, the Religionists are quick to post their “brand.” They want all to see who they are, that their good deeds may be displayed. Instead of a woman having assisted in saving … it reads, the Christian woman … , and the Religionists are sure to state that it was the Catholic Christian woman who saw the bedraggled, hungry, starving and brought them to safety. These are the ones not in the slightest interested in UNITY. Their idea of unity is all people coming “back” to Roman Catholicism, except that they don’t use the word “roman” anymore. How clever of them to slip into what appears to be a collective mode of thought. Nope. It’s smoke and mirrors, edging for property gain. We don’t buy into it. The Catholic World will dissolve over time. Why? Because it harbors a reclusive dynasty mindset—one that requires autonomy in pretext, which does not allow for variation in Worth.

Look at the actions of sects of people down through history and you begin to understand how this mindset deceives for self-agenda … primarily because it refuses what is “beyond” its grid of thought. Woven within it is manmade oratory and his limited understanding which creates religious attribute: a face called Eden.

If you don’t believe us, listen to the Vatican—the unmoving dynasty of worldly religion—and read the comments of those claiming Catholicism. This is not the Christ message, folks—claiming Catholicism as the way to Christ? Recruiting members for Catholic gain?

It is TIME for those of Faith to move away from the childish accomplishments of royalty and revenue and realize the PURPOSE of the Way of Christ.

Believers too often deny themselves the fuller message—the fuller story—the greater gift in the Knowledge of One, that is God. They, like their Religious attribute, stop, pitch tents and refuse continued passage, and they craftily do this by posting in numbers. THESE ARE NOT INTERESTED IN UNITY; they are only concerned that their Institution receive its accolades, convert members and show itself praiseworthy, and much of the world gives in and builds the statues, the monuments … you know the scene … Do I hear a saint in the making? You know how the piston works, or should we say, the prison system? But what of the woman forced to birth fifteen children because a Religious sect insisted this was God’s Word, and died in the process, the privilege of the millions of men who benefited from being OFFSPRING of this … in educational arenas, and places where they would live comfortably, with power and authority over so many, we ask,”What have you forgotten?”

Jesus did say: Do this in remembrance of me. What has not been remembered? 

Well, for one, GOD  shows no partiality—right? Is God keeping a list of god deeds?

Re: the woman in the story … What is sad is that Religion does not credit what might have been the fielding parent in the event; simply because it is Religion—a manmade title used for this very purpose—and too many Religionists give their Pride credit for what goodness does … or should we say … IS? We could list all sorts of reasons for the ‘saving.’ Look at the set up and start counting, and please take note that it was a woman 🙂

Think about it: if you believe in Spirit and God is Spirit, why would you need to state she was Roman Catholic, or any other title? Is Roman Catholic, or Catholic, Spirit? What is a Catholic anyway? A PRIDE of endeavor? Advertising for a partial place of ____ (fill in the blank, people … )

*We challenge here … not condemning anyone to anything. WE are not Judge.




In many cases where someone assists in helping another that someone is catholic … as WESTERN CIVILIZATION is predominantly “catholic”, because the Roman Catholic Church militarized and proselytized to make it so, but not all catholics are of the Roman Church, or even fully catholic. This is fact. Look at the many Protestant sects, the Polish Church, and the many Catholics baptized Roman Catholic that sometimes attend parish but say they almost never pay attention to what the hierarchy says (can’t begin to tell you how many times I have heard this said by Catholics). They do what they want, which is very much against the Doctrine of the church they somehow manage to continue to pay into. Pay into? you ask, how? By not becoming more—by not Becoming. James says:

But above all things, my brethren, swear not, neither by heaven, neither by the earth, neither by any other oath: but let your yea be yea; and your nay, nay; lest ye fall into condemnation.

Silly us … for all our chastising 😉




The following …

Stephen is definitely on a roll at RNS. Looks to us like AM is getting back what he dished out … if you recall some of his earlier comments about believers. Silly Stephen, for all that chastising …


Stephen Lewis January 31, 2015 at 10:32 pm
Hey there, Atheist Max, I’m holding back. I could easily label you and fellow atheist mentally disabled halfwits who’s brains aren’t fully developed or fully functional as it appears you and fellow atheists have poor access to the right hemisphere where non-linear processing takes place. Your left dominates your thinking so much that there’s no electricity going to those regions of our human brains that process spiritual phenomena and produce spiritual consciousness and even, this you guys always miss, Physical signs of spiritual energy moving through a human brain and body. The big visions and revelations can literally shake you and I speak from persona experience. This isn’t Group High either as it produces new spiritual information in the form of visions and revelations. Where are your products of spiritual experience? You don’t have any. And you, Atheist Max, and most every public atheist poster I’ve met, are these egotistical narcissists who in effect are saying to the world. “I didn’t have any spiritual contact with God or Jesus, it was all a fraud, a delusion in my mind, and if I can’t have any spiritual contact with God, nobody else can either. God doesn’t exist.” That’s you atheists with your non-spiritual experience yet big opinions about God and spirituality drivel of jealous losers in logic covering their butts by attacking those who do have their brains fully functioning with its spiritual receptors and processors able to work.


Stephen Lewis January 31, 2015 at 10:47 pm
A.M., I thought you said you had, what 44 years being duped as a believer and you still think God can be produced on demand physically? I mean, didn’t you read the part where God is a Spirit and those who worship God worship God in spirit? Do you know what Spirit is? I don’t think so as it all comes down to you and fellow atheists being unable to have spiritual experience. You’re disabled and don’t realize your mental disability because it doesn’t show physically. And yes, any time anyone wants to see what real spiritual consciousness is like and what it can produce need only ask me. I have dozens of examples and a couple of major prophesies in spiritual motion at this time.






The following is a comment by Matthew Fox (priest)

“Mysticism is our deep experiences of unity – with nature, with music, with friends, with truth, with God. It is a work of the right brain more than the left brain; it is the essence of authentic religion and it is about experiencing, not intellectualizing.”

some info on Timothy Matthew Fox—


We would have to research to understand more in what he means by “authentic religion” … but as we are not anti Religion, our view on this would be that he is saying be authentic—genuine-true—in belief and practice. That he uses the word essence is clearly a reach for understanding on something beyond the matrimony of believer to his Religious set of rules, which one should easily see is of male dominion if speaking of Christianity.

A question one might now ask: Can Christianity marry, or unify, with Gnosis (and Gnostic Literature) … without losing its authentic Spirit?

This would then lead to the question: What is the authentic Spirit of Christianity?

This would be the harder question because of Christianity’s origins. Who made it what it is? And, what is it? God? Man? Both? Where is its transformation—its renewing station? Saying, “I am saved because I am (a) Christian” says nothing about transformation other than words. Words must somehow be redeemed … through what? Well, what comes to us …

Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but ‘through’ me.

This takes us back to what Jesus says in His words on …  “Remember Me”

And when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me.

How do we “marry” these two passages? First, He is NOT referring to his manhood. Why? Why are these passages not about the manhood of Jesus? The standard Christian answer might be: Jesus died for our sins (saves man from his sins).

Okay, let’s take Jesus, understood as Savior, Rescuer, Deliverer, and say, Savior died for the sins of man. So, it would make sense to realize that it is not man that we are to seek for a renewing person—correct? But there exists this contrarian voice asking, why did He have to die? Can one believe Savior was a Prophet, and demonstrate Truth about salvation without this ugly death? Absolutely … if one is of the Understanding of the Way. If one is of {this} understanding, one does not need a death of Jesus—you know of what we speak—that messy, bloody, horrible thing that so many Christians bow down to and claim is their redeeming faculty.

Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it… tells us what about the two other passages we share?


Look at it from a NONVIOLENT point of view. Jesus was not violent in the redeeming sense. The Prophet on Truth did not advocate violence in His Teaching (His Father’s Business). Atheist’s sometimes push their agendas and use the words in such a way as to make them look violent, but a believer of Truth knows the words are not meant for the murdering of anyone, not even Jesus. Where the murdering of Jesus takes place is where Prophesy teaches this occurs. Religion’s (title’s) temper and denial, power-mongering and politics, are responsible for the crucifying of Christ Jesus … and this, over a period of time … but what was set up from the start lost the Way for centuries of believers. Very simply, God does not advocate RELIGION as His Word. So, if Man used the words improperly, he crucified and crucifies Christ.

Don’t believe us? Read the Word … IT IS PROPHESY … ongoing.





Let’s look at it this way. Ask self: would Jesus, SAVIOR, RESCUER, DELIVERER, ask us to send our sons and daughters to carry weapons that kill others? Is this what Christians understand as the “death on the cross?” —that taking up of the cross? Holy Scripture states throughout that God shows no partiality … so, who is right and who is wrong in the warring? Do we fuel the war by giving terrorists, or those not in agreement with this or that policy what they desire? —in the case of the militant Islamists whose belief is: death for their cause is supreme martyrdom and their ‘way’ to “god”. It seems man gives them exactly what they desire: their death, and the evil they uphold in the death of the innocent. We do not believe for a second that this is the message brought by Savior, the Prophet on Truth. We don’t believe that killing another is rewarding in any Spiritual Sense. So, why would God send His son to be murdered?


Do you think it possible that man missed the message? Do you think it possible that he misinterpreted the words written?


The two-fold message is One of Resurrection—know its faculty.




Peace and Love

  1. opheliart permalink

    Jesus said unto him, Let the dead bury their dead: but go thou and preach the kingdom of God.

    If those attached to Man’s literal meaning of what Jesus says … what might He be telling the people?


  2. opheliart permalink

    This is becoming a bit of a sorcerous calamity … when I come across AM’s comments, knowing how he treated us, and others … he is indeed having difficulty in the area of honesty … but we post this to share in the recklessness of some who claim Atheism.

    Once again, RNS, AM’s bedroom community …

    Kid_Koala February 6, 2015 at 2:00 pm
    I am curious. If you could, answer a few questions.

    Besides any donations to charities. And any time when you were formerly a believer. Have you personally ever helped to aliveate the sufferings of your fellow human being?

    Do you believe that ONLY atheists can do good?

    Do you believe that ONLY religious people can do bad?

    Do you believe that religion has never done anything to make the world better place?

    Do you believe that atheists have never made the world worse?

    Why is it so important to you to expound on atheism specifically here on this site? Are you seeking conversions to your way of belief about the world?

    Atheist Max February 6, 2015 at 2:30 pm

    “Besides any donations to charities. And any time when you were formerly a believer. Have you personally ever helped to aliveate the sufferings of your fellow human being?”

    How dare you?
    I reject your condescending implication that my medicine is inferior to your magic sorcery. You have no evidence for your god or any help coming from that god! Why not work on that problem before condescending to those who doubt your magic incantations?

    “Why is it so important to you to expound on atheism specifically here on this site?”

    RNS is where these outrageous religious claims about God are being made.
    I study religion as a doctor studies a disease. I am looking for safe ways to treat it.

    You complain about horrors in the world while you promote a genocidal God. And you don’t even catch the irony.

    GOD Commands Genocide:
    “I will not pity, nor spare, nor have mercy, but destroy.” (JER 13:14)
    “Now go and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not, but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling.” (1 Samuel 15:3)

    The wholesale slaughter of every living thing.
    Who are you to argue for morality while you defend this?
    What do you think you are defending?


    “God commands genocide?”

    A bit creepy? We sure hope no one takes AM TOO seriously … We would really hate for attacks, even death, because of this man’s insistence on hate and his spewing of lies about SOME things he knows nothing about … honestly. His is FAR from DOCTOR OF HEALING.

    Watch what comes forth …


    • opheliart permalink

      I just hope RNS doesn’t get thrown under the bus because of this guy …

      but ya never know …

      “Hysterical commentary notwithstanding, no one is suggesting that Christians are just like the Islamic State. But Obama did suggest that Christianity is like Islam; both faiths have the capacity to be exploited by extremists.

      Christians should not be insulted by the facts of history. Rather, all of us should be inspired by them to recognize the dangers of extremism — wherever they lie.”


      • opheliart permalink

        We found this valuable :

        PsiCop February 9, 2015 at 12:48 pm
        Re: “But the Crusades were a very belated war of liberation finally setting out to deliver brother and sister Middle Eastern Christians from the Islamic yoke.”

        The Crusaders didn’t really do much to deliver anyone from “the Islamic yoke.” They didn’t really try to shore up the Byzantine Empire (which, at the time, was the chief defender of eastern Christendom). The First Crusaders won back some of Byzantium’s western Anatolian territory, it’s true, but then they made a beeline for the Holy Land and left Byzantium behind. Once in the Levant, they refused to restore lost Byzantine territory, and they failed to help the Byzantines refortify.

        Oh, and once there, they ousted the local Orthodox hierarchs in favor of their own Latin hierarchy. They seized the very-Christian state of Edessa. A century after the First Crusade, the Fourth attempted to destroy Byzantium outright … and they very nearly succeeded, leaving it a shell of its former self.

        The historical record is clear: The Crusaders were NOT champions, protectors, defenders, or liberators of eastern Christians. They were (largely) Frenchmen, far from home, embedding themselves in a place they had no rational reason to be. Had they actually wished to help eastern Christendom, they’d have signed on with the Byzantines and participated in their wars with Muslims, which by then had been going on for centuries, and which continued in spite of the presence of the Crusaders.

    • opheliart permalink

      The following is so very sad.

      In addition:

      the gunman posted on social media— “Atheists for equality”
      A Facebook page believed to belong to Hicks showed dozens of anti-religious posts, including one calling himself an “anti-theist,” saying he has a “conscientious objection to religion,” and other memes denouncing Christianity, Mormonism and Islam.

      One post read: “I’m not an atheist because I’m ignorant of the reality of religious scripture. I’m an atheist because religious scripture is ignorant of reality.”

      hmm …

      Holy Scripture is so terribly misunderstood. We do not know exactly what offends him about it—
      possibly more will come forth.


    • opheliart permalink

      drwho13 Feb 7, 2015 at 7:55 am
      Chaplain Martin, Here’s the problem. From a very early age us Catholics are brainwash to believe that at the time of ordination to the priesthood an ontological change takes place in that person. This ontological change gives the priest the power to forgive sins. So, Catholics believe that there is no way for them to get to Heaven without going through a priest if they have committed a serious sin. If one believes that a priest is needed to attain Heaven, priests have enormous power over believers. The control they have over some Catholics unbelievable. Due to the deep indoctrination (brainwashing) it is very difficult to overcome this burden.

      – See more at:

      Bingo! Glad to actually hear it from a Catholic (he was also in a seminary for a time to be ordained … we read some of his other posts … he left (many elitists and many actively engaging in sex—if we recall his early comments).

  3. opheliart permalink

    now, honestly … what is the incessant, and sudden desire, by religious hierarchy to canonize such a controversial figure?


    My-my … political puppetry … i think we could put on a dandy show with some clever little figures on stage and draw a huge audience—should it be satirical puppet theatre like in the olden days?
    YES! What fun? It would be grand to sculpt these figures … except one thing … we might hurt the feelings of those having been victims in ____________

  4. opheliart permalink

    “No one in the United States of America should ever be targeted because of who they are, what they look like, or how they worship,” President Barack Obama said Friday in Washington.
    —–President Obama

    maybe the pres should take a cruise through mr religion neighborhood online … he would get quite an eyeful
    he may have to DEFINE the word target

    *have any of you been targeted on a business site or gallery, wordpress … even at the house?
    shall we elaborate, or should we remain silent about what happened?

    we have

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