Sunday, December 21, 2014

Weaponized Terms of Jihad


Daniel 7:21, 22 proves post tribulation rapture

PRE TRIBBERS GET THIS: DANIEL 7:21, 22 RULES OUT A PRE TRIB RAPTURE.

"I beheld, and the same horn made war with the saints, and prevailed against them; UNTIL THE ANCIENT OF DAYS CAME,..."

the church will go through the tribulation. We are not appointed to the wrath of God, but since when is the persecution by the devil and his agents the wrath of God?

We get lifted out of the way of the wrath of God poured out on the antichrist and his followers, we are with Jesus, Who is in the sky, visible to all, and we stay with Jesus Who goes....where? to earth, to rule and fulfill the political messianic prophecies.

Women in Combat among the Kurds

The Rojava Kurdish forces have a women's combat unit called
YPJ, and the Peshmerga ("those who face death") of the sometimes
at odds political parties of South Kurdistan in northern Iraq have
women in combat also.

According to my twitter sources, who are close to people in the
situation, some of these women warriors are Christians. I assume
they are Kurds and not Christian Arabs caught up in the situation.

Friday, December 19, 2014

ancient alliens, etc

The big problem with the Ancient Aliens meme, is that they are
unnecessary. Humans are perfectly capable of inventing stuff, and
that would incl. oddball physics discoveries, the alternative physics
and energy, zero point energy, and electrogravitics, that don't
require modern high tech stuff to work on.

I suspect that these things mostly are good as force multipliers,
rather than the main deal. Thus, any evidence of pyramids built
by work gangs does not rule out alternative physics. This would
have functioned not so much to levitate blocks into place, but
to lighten the load.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Architecture and Gnosticism

http://corbu2.caed.kent.edu/architronic/v8n1/v8n102.pdf

Constance Cumbey posted the link to the pdf, at https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=11772087&postID=8330916803243582721&page=1&token=1417625280498

the comments section of her excellent blog, http://cumbey.blogspot.com and
I find the article fascinating, Architecture and Theosophy: An Introduction. This
blog post is going to be my reactions to it.

" the danger of van Doesburg’s excessive devotion to modernity; to interpreting every technological
dvance as a spiritual leap forward."
that jumped off the page at the top before I got to reading anything else. the idea that technological 
advance means spiritual advance, well, what kind of spiritual "advance" in what direction are we 
talking about?

war has always jump started technology.

As someone put it, the most technologically advanced country on earth in the 1930s-1940s was 
Nazi Germany.

"they sought to elevate their architectural philosophies beyond rank functionalism"

yeah, if its functional and helps man or animal it is lowwww. right? wrong. but that's how they think. 
Even the Holy Temple of YHWH was functional - it provided varying degrees of access and 
functions relating to that. 

but functional is so.....materialistic. Remember the core concept of all the gnostic heresies? the 
unworthiness and evil of mere physical matter and that God couldn't have created THAT stuff. 

push this far enough and you have radical depopulation, only keep enough alive to serve the 
interests of the gnostic or neo gnostic elite till they can figure out how to live without normal 
human functionality, and they can kill even those remaining off. Transhumanism, anyone?

" it [supposedly recapturing ancient Egyptian and Chaldean read Babylonian architecture] 
renewed an ideal of beauty vested in forces beyond the mundane, in a sacred ideal of Nature."

the irony of this, is that Nature in reality is very functional, and all the designs in nature 
even down to fractals, are very functional. The typical Beaver dam and lodge and muskrat
lodge is very functional and no transcendent philosophical nonsense, just the best design
for what works, the tendency to do this encoded into their genetics by YHWH.

one of the architechts designed this thing, http://www.mimoa.eu/projects/Netherlands/Rotterdam/Sonneveld%20House one
of those odd cantilevered things probably a huge floor plan with inadequate number of 
actual rooms inside, and altogether too much glass - wouldn't survive a hurricane well and
would be a nightmare to keep properly warm in winter.

http://books.google.com/books?id=GeO2RC1D-PYC&printsec=frontcover&dq=no+place+for+God&hl=en&sa=X&ei=bUR_VJvMGIThoASWwoCYBA&ved=0CC0Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=no%20place%20for%20God&f=false

This book No Place For God: The Denial of the Transcendent in Modern Church
Architecture discusses this.