I've said all along that ultimately, this war is the West's continuing war on Eastern Orthodoxy... a case in point, threats against parishes and institutions in the West, and yes, I believe our own governments are perfectly capable of planning and executing such things, because there have been articles in the Western media that such attacks might come from the Ukraine. Forget that nonsense: the Ukraine's ability to do that on any sort of sustained scale are about like their ability to launch a "successful counter-offensive"; note that the American lamestream propatainment media are now part of this anti-Orthodox campaign.


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. InfiniteRUs on October 3, 2023 at 12:34 pm

    The symbolism of Christianity kind of worries me. I was taught I was a Christian by my parents but then in my rebellious teenage years I became an atheist. Then while reading everything in red in the New Testament that Jesus said to argue religion with my Christian Grandmother I found I related to Jesus and what he was preaching. And I saw the same issues with todays churches that he preached against. I wondered how everything came from nothing for a couple days and wondered if there could be a God. I had experience with poltergeist activity when I was young so I knew there was something spiritual in nature and if bad there should be good. And I dimly remember something good coming to protect me from a particularly bad demonic encounter. I mentally wrestled with this and wanted to know the answer with all my being and tried to figure it all out intellectually but knew I never could. Then I had a feeling of euphoria come over me and it was all showed to me. I became a believer after that but wondered if the God I came to know was the same one worshipped by all the crazy religions. The symbolism of Christianity appears to be that of a sacrifice and Christians tend to see themselves as lambs. Islam is a blade and what do you use to do the sacrificing with? Moses spoke to a burning bush and got the Ten Commandments and according to Cabbalists secret oral teachings known as the Cabbala. Cabbala is centered around the Tree of Life mysticism. Is the burning bush symbolic of the Tree of Life? Is the secret Cabal supposedly running the world Cabbalist? So the Cabalists are the root and free to whom the Christians/sacrificial lambs must be sacrificed by the sword/Islam before the Messianic era can occur? That’s why I wonder if the God I came to know is the same fiery entity that the crazy religionists are following. Fiery is more symbolic of Mankind’s enemy and the ruler of Hell to me. Just something I find my self wondering about sometimes.

    • poronkusema on October 5, 2023 at 4:53 pm

      Hey InfiniteRUs…. thank you for your thoughts….. hey maybe read Not in His Image, by Lash……for some more thoughts on the issue??????

      • InfiniteRUs on October 6, 2023 at 1:06 pm

        I read a lot of the gnostic writings discovered a while back and have looked at many religious beliefs. The one gnostic and hermetic principle that I think is key is letting go of everything you were taught and think you know about religion and spirituality. After starting fresh and spiritually new born a blank slate look for understanding and a connection to the Divine from within yourself and not scriptures or religious institutions. Trust God to reveal his true self to you and trust in your own God given reason and logic to figure the world truths out for yourself with God’s guidance. I find a lot of the Gnostic stuff to be filled with just as much wild speculation and superstitious beliefs as the rest. I did this as a rebellious teenager with out even knowing it was a crucial step.

  2. InfiniteRUs on October 3, 2023 at 10:15 am

    What did ISIS devote all their time to during their short reign of terror? They wiped out most of the Middle Eastern Christians. Getting one group of Christians pitted against the other furthers this goal. Flooding Europe with ISIS immigrants is also aimed at Christianity. Western governments are also demonizing Christians. Wonder why? Look at who is financing it all and what some of their top religious authorities say about Christianity. Who heads the UN? Who heads Black Rock and Vanguard? Who heads the ADL who also labels Christians as the enemy? Get it yet? If the leadership looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and claims they are ducks then they are the ducks you are looking for.

    • InfiniteRUs on October 3, 2023 at 10:28 am

      Most of your average Ducks are not involved with, nor support what the radical elitist Ducks are attempting to do. The elitist ducks hide behind them like the cowards they are. Unfortunately when you are ruthlessly motivated, organized, and control the money supply you can get your way. Especially when you have funded massive propaganda campains to brainwash your enemy number one that looking at you will send you to hell.

  3. Ray Story on October 3, 2023 at 5:42 am

    I see an opportunity for those of faith to demonstrate Christian Compassion. Jesus did not want us to sit around in luxury while ignoring the suffering around us. God never promised this planet to us or made it for us but first made the universe and then gave humankind a nice place to gain grace by acts of brotherly love , not constant fighting.

  4. FiatLux on October 3, 2023 at 4:45 am

    I don’t know much about Orthodox dogma, but through family, travel, and study, I’ve had more exposure to Ukrainian, Russian, and Orthodox culture than most other Americans I’ve come across. Based on that, I have to agree there really is a major religious, or at least cultural, backdrop to the conflict between Russia and the West. Religion and culture have faded into such insignificance in the collective consciousness of the West that most can’t see their importance to a people such as the Russians.

    And what will a nation do when its territory, borders, and its the very civilization, which it holds dear are under attack? Think World War II on the eastern front. Think Stalingrad. We’re talking about a people with a serious capacity, formed over centuries, for tolerating extreme hardship and overcoming invasions. They’re not going to be a pushover, and somehow, the West doesn’t seem to realize it.

  5. Bizantura on October 2, 2023 at 9:31 am

    Worshipping our Lord Jesus Christ has once again become risky business. Never thought I would see this during my lifetime and maybe see “worshipping” going underground out of necessity! Like with anything else humanity will be told which denomintion can be allowed, if any at all.

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