Saturday, April 25, 2015

could pre trib rapture doctrine set believers up for a fake rapture?

Matthew 24 read entire chapter.
Jesus warns that some would come pretending to be Him. and later
He warns that if someone says He is in some hidden place or in
the desert "do not go forth."

The Second Coming will be obvious like the sun rising in the east
sending its light to the west, also unlike any blue beam or flying
saucer type setup.

Most of this would probably refer just to cults and NEw Agers
claiming to be more manifesting of the "Christ spirit" than others.

But maybe since He says not to go to meet such a secret coming
false Christ, there is a possibility of getting grabbed by a blood
thirsty cult or even an alien harvest or something like that? or a
blue beam fraud that let's you get slaughtered or worse. Maybe an
alien harvest?

If you are expecting a secret coming, and you are told to come
to a place you would be more likely to fall for the trap than if you
believed in post tribulation rapture.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

problems with marijuana effects on the brain confirmed.

Russian and American history

cites Frank A. Golder, "Catherine II and the American Revolution," The American Historical Review 21.1 (1915): 92–96.
In some peculiar way, our history and Russia's are linked.

Another interesting thing, is that the Nez Perce Indians and/or
Shoshone, both of whom had the appaloosa horse as it came to be
known, claimed their spotted horses did not come from the Spanish
sourced Plains Indians they traded with, but from a couple of
spotted stallions that came off a Russian trading ship. This kind of
spotting is to be found in one or more breeds in Asia, including in
Siberia. Even in at least one cave painting.

The Nez Perce preferred the blanket pattern, where the spots are on
the horse's croup (top of butt), which is why you rarely see spotted
horses in old Nez Perce photos, since the photos mostly are taken
from the front, as they are about the Indians not the riders. The
majority of their horses weren't spotted, but it was considered a
very classy thing. Eventually after the American Army attempted
to minimize Nez Perce rebellion risks by killing or removing and
selling their horses, including the spotted ones, one tribal
subgroup's few representatives attempted to collect and breed only
the spotted ones.

Art and I think legend indicates that the leopard pattern was
preferred by the Shoshone, who were often enemies of their Nez
Perce neighbors. This odd type of spotting is to be found in an
occasional art from Europe, so obviously this and the pinto got
here from Spanish sources, but the vast majority of the appaloosa
type spotting came from the Nez Perce and Shoshone, which
means it comes from Russia.

Russia was trading and setting up trade colonies in Alaska,
originally Russian property, and as far south as Ft. Ross near San
Francisco, CA, "Ross" refers to Russia. The bear on the California
flag also refers to the Russian background. The Russian Orthodox
Church was also the first to evangelize the Inuit (eskimo) and
others in Alaska, whether they got this going in the Pacific north
west or not I don't know.

After the Spanish took over, an Aleut eskimo Russian Orthodox
named Peter was in California and seized by Spanish who
demanded he convert to Roman Catholicism. St. Peter the Aleut
was tortured to death but would not change from Orthodox to
Roman Catholic.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

What color is your aura supposed to be?

well, leaving out the issue of whether most who claim to see
auras can do so, and are not just being subjective and self
deceived, and viewing an aura they hallucinate in response
to what they sense about the person anyway,

and leaving out the issue of fraud and calculation and saying
what supposedly it would like if it fit what they figured by
a "cold reading" anyway,

and leaving out the SERIOUS issue of confusing the color
of one's own aura with that of another, whose aura you are
looking at THROUGH YOUR OWN,

lets look at the issue itself.

Confusing everything from the get go is the hindu and Tibetan
and tantric Buddhist based information that links various false
gods and yantra symbols and colors to each one.

In general, if you don't see auras that much, if at all, but are
overwhelmed to it being almost visible, by a sense rather than
a full visual picture of some color about a person, you might
want to sit up and take notice. Most likely dirty brown and dark
colors and black are a bad sign. Red can mean powered up
logically, either in pain or in anger or whatever.

But the thing that has always bugged me most, is the notion
that a golden aura is a sign of superior spirituality. What kind
of spirituality are we talking about here? Even one writer on
it warned that it could become an unwholesome brassy color.
Eastern Orthodox monastics with some experience, say that
a brassy gold with red flecks present is an indication the
devil is involved. My own experience, before I knew anything
about this, was that everyone who had a gold yellow aura
impression about them, had a demonic influence, were to
some degree involved with demons. The only exception were
those with whom I had no conversation or knew nothing

I also noticed this on someone I didn't get to talk with about
this, but he was an old guy who had been in the Flying Tigers
in WW 2 and the subject of the brothel kept for them came up
and he looked back on that with nostalgia and he turned that
not directly demonic in all cases, it is something damn bad,
whether prostitute client or demon familiar linked.

I saw this sometimes a little in connection with some stuff I
later figured out was evil, along with a kind of smile and
narrowing of the eyes.

In general, particulate impression is bad also. Whatever
color, if it is demonic it will be like a mass of particles not
a solid impression, and the latter isn't absent from some
evil either.

At this point I am talking about the color in the atmosphere
the saturation of a place an object or something pouring
into a house or room from somewhere. Blue is anti demon
to a great extent, and is rarely used by them. A very dark
nasty midnight blue is likely evil and muddy grey blues
even though sometimes used as part of the haint blue anti
demon technology so to speak, are probably not good.

In my experience, living in a raunchy hotel, and doing
cleaning in someone's house a few times, a kind of
particulate or streaky white light can be present when
there is cocaine in the systems of the people generating
the influence and saturating the environment.

What does true light do? It makes visible. It doesn't blind
you (though the sun if you were to look straight at it
would be blinding) it doesn't make a fog you can't see in
(aside from the occasional divine miracle of fogs that
interfered with those attacking those praying for help
in Russia and in Anatolia/Byzantium many many
centuries ago), it lets you see more clearly when it is

The RC iconography doesn't help. Highly naturalistic
figures are given a naturalistic looking not artificial and
symbolic looking aura. (maybe some of these artists
had the wrong ideas and spiritual associations anyway,
there is a lot of interesting dirt on popes and artists who
set trends in the Renaissance.) These are golden to pale
and in general look like what you DON'T want to run

The Orthodox iconography is, well, cruder. The halos
are obviously symbolic and not something that seems
to tell you what to expect to see if Jesus or a saint were
to appear, or on a remarkably holy Christian. So this
is safer. Colors have specific symbolic meaning about
suffering, heaven, etc. They are not realistic, so less
likely to create confusion.

It took me a while to figure this out. It was odd to me
that someone could be part of a group of drunks and
have this look from across a street and park. That
someone else who was a heroin user and immediately
engaged in an act of economic deception on a sexist
pretense could seem to have some peaceful nice vibe
and a bit of this white light look.

I finally figured it out, this crap is of the devil. At best,
the effect on the electrical system of generating a self
deceptive or other deceptive fog.

Now lets look at Ecclesiastes chapter 12. People who
never heard of a sheep and knew nothing about
shepherding would not understand anything in the Bible
about it, unless they heard from or read something
written by someone who did. Same with this.

"Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth, while
the evil days come not,....
"Or ever the silver cord [links soul and spirit to body,
reported by many bilocators and some near deah
experiencers] be loosed, OR THE GOLDEN BOWL BE

stop a minute. Golden bowl? this still puzzled me once
I knew what gold implied. But recently by the grace of
God, I figured out that the writer is addressing someone
who has forgotten his Creator, and is living after the
flesh, misled by seducing spirits he may not even know
he has with him. After all, doesn't the writer say,
"Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth"?
why say this to someone who has not forgotten his

The person being addressed has the wrong fleshly-
demonic aura and feels good as is often the case a false
peace, a false pleasure, and the writer is reminding him
to turn to YHWH his Creator and stop getting high on
whatever drugs or state of mind.

"Or the pitcher be broken at the fountain,"
this is still a bit puzzling, perhaps this refers to the
physical side of the death process, the internal breakdown
beginning, or perhaps to a layer of aura that is strictly
about the life supporting electrical system of the body.

"or the wheel be broken at the cistern."
The word chakra is Sanskrit for wheel. The reason chakras
or wheels are given this name, is because the resemble
wheels, rotating or still, vortices. Exactly how these came
to be known is anyone's guess, probably some who had
the unusual ability, perhaps also while out of their bodies,
may have been able to observe these. Perhaps the writer
of Ecclesiastes had this ability, perhaps the addressee
had this ability and was proud of his misuse of ability.

Both of these, the pitcher at the fountain and the wheel
at the cistern, seem to be involved in getting or managing
life processes for fountains and cisterns relate to water
which relates to life. the pitcher seems to be some function
that would draw from a fountain which is probably fed
by the wheel which draws from some cistern or holder
or collector of life.