Thursday, October 31, 2019

Highs and Lows

On the positive side, we were very grateful that the Addisons spoke for a couple of days on their AFR program about the dangers of vaccines:

These dangers are real, and they are partly responsible for the States’ low ranking for baby health worldwide:

Speaking of which, skip the mercury-filled flu vaccine and stick with natural remedies that actually strengthen rather than weaken the immune system to help with flu (and cold) viruses:

Unfortunately, the Addisons together with many others from the Christian/conservative media fell all over themselves praising Pres Trump’s announcement that a military team had killed al-Baghdadi.  They did not for one moment seem to consider the possibility that the Arch-Showman, Donald ‘The Apprentice’ Trump, together with the CIA-Hollywood-news media complex would craft yet another phony war heroism scenario to pump up support for America’s holy geopolitical mission in the world (recall the staged ‘rescue’ of Jessica Lynch in Iraq in 2003:, and to boost Pres Trump’s own sagging political fortunes.  Kurt Nimmo has the best article on this we’ve seen so far:

But others are worth reading as well:


Mr William Federer gives us an essay suggesting the Statue of Liberty is a symbol of a Christian nation:

However, we think folks like the following writer are closer to the truth when they find similarities between the New York Statue and heathen, demonic goddesses:

Isis was sometimes known as Maut (Mut), the mother goddess who was considered a primal deity, associated with the waters (Chaos/Abyss) from which everything was born through parthenogenesis. That is why the Statue of Liberty was literally placed in the most Eastern location of the United States; where the sun rises in the water on a tiny island at the entrance to New York Harbor, which is not only the Eastern gateway to the U.S., but it is also the financial capital of the world.

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Isis was known to the Greeks as the Goddess with ten thousand names, in which Hecate is one of her many titles.  . . .  Notice the image below and how she also holds the torch similar to the Statue of Liberty (Isis). Hecate was also associated with ghosts, infernal spirits, the dead and sorcery.

Shrines to Hecate were placed at doorways to both homes and cities, with the belief that it would protect from restless dead and other spirits. Hecate who is Isis may very well be the Goddess that we find in New York depicted as “The Statue of Liberty”, which was a gift of friendship from France to the people of the United States. If you look at the Statue of Liberty and the image for Hecate, you will clearly see that they look almost exactly the same.

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This title for Isis is associated with the dog, which also correlates with her shining symbol in the heavens known as Sothis or Sirius. Sirius is the alpha star in the constellation of Canis Major,” the Great Dog” or more commonly known today as the “Dog Star.” In the heavens AS ABOVE at the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, this symbolic shining Dog star of Isis was aligned precisely with the sun. This would not be the first or the last time that the founding fathers of the United States, being Freemasons, had chosen this exact planetary alignment. For example, at the laying of the cornerstone of the Washington Monument for their good Mason Bro. and first President, George Washington, they had also had timed this event exactly when Sirius was aligned again with the sun.

Hecate is Isis who guards New York, the financial capital of the world, from ghosts, infernal spirits, the dead and sorcery. With money being the root of almost all evil and also the biggest magic trick cast on human kind, which they are still hopelessly under this spell of Isis; it only makes sense that the whole financial world and even our own governments are concealed in the occult, which simply means “hidden.”

Peoples like those in the States that worship money-getting and many other base passions with such fervor deserve to be represented by the statue of Hecate in New York harbor.


Dr Scott Aniol would like us to believe that secularism in the West had a fairly late beginning, that it was in fact a result of the ‘dominance of Christianity’ in the West:

Many factors gradually led to the end of the close church/state union of Christendom in the West. Several of these, ironically, actually came as a result of the dominance of Christianity. The fifteenth-century Renaissance, which emphasized classical learning rooted in original sources, flourished among Christian theologians, but also began to dismantle unilateral control of the Church. The quick impact of the Reformation, also, could have only happened because Christianity was such a central part of society; most people already believed in the reality of God and the Bible as his divine revelation, and once the Scripture were translated into the language of the people, these underlying assumptions provided the fertile ground for Protestant theologians to argue their reforms.

Likewise, even advancements in science in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, beginning with the Copernican Revolution in 1543 and culminating with Isaac Newton’s discoveries, arose out of Christian curiosity to truly know God and what he had made. Each of these movements—the Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution—were, for the most part, thoroughly Christian at their core, yet they each also contributed to the weakening of Christianity’s influence.

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Both claims are wrong.

First, the ‘Christianity’ that dominated the West wasn’t the True Faith of the Apostles:  It was the counterfeit faith created by the Bishop of Rome when we severed himself from the Orthodox Church, and also its several replacements that formed after the Protestant Reformation, all of which kept themselves quite separate from the Orthodox Church.

Second, the secularization began not with the humanism of the Renaissance of the 15th hundredyear, but with the Great Schism in 1054.  It is at this point that the teachings about God, man, and the creation changed in the West:  Man was no longer a being that could have a direct participation in and union with the Uncreated Light of God through a purified nous (i.e., ‘partaking of the divine nature’, II Peter 1:4).  He was reduced to a mind/body duality.  The body was vilified, and the mind was exalted.  Man’s relationship to God became an external one:  God was an object to be analyzed and examined by the rational mind like any other object.  Hence the scholasticism of the Roman Catholics, and its counterpart among the Protestants - sola Scriptura.  How could such notions not lead to the death of faith in the West?

This destroying of the teaching that man may be really united with God (not simply metaphorically) through the ascetic, liturgical, and eucharistic life of the Orthodox Church is what has led to so much unbelief in the West.  The three that Dr Aniol lists, the Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution, are only symptoms of the disease that began more than 1,000 years ago when Western Europe began its drift away from the Orthodox Church during the reign of Charlemagne.  He would do well to focus his attention there if he is serious about examining the roots of Western atheism.


Holy Ælfred the Great, King of England, South Patron, pray for us sinners at the Souð, unworthy though we are!

Anathema to the Union!

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