Orca XCV

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  1. It does happen, unfortunately. Glad you are still alive and brave enough to post. Rape, sexual assault. Tampering with a motor vehicle, many, many counts of petit larceny. Not only spiritual law, but natural law as well: criminal trespass and burglary. Search for the affidavit of Ted Gunderson, former Special Agent in Charge at the FBI. Prayer is acceptable, but God expects all of us to do our jobs on earth to bring these earthly criminals to justice. So if you see something, say something. Right. They practice black magic, evil witchcraft, bad medicine, however you want to describe it. These are horrifically expensive to run. Money, fuel, hours of maintenance for each hour of flight time, inspections, airworthiness certifications, flight checklists, just more and more money. Too much money. And the aliens / humans you have named are professionals. They make enemies at what they do. They have completely shut the "good guys" out of the private aviation business. If you have a helicopter in the sky, you are not a "good guy" in this day and age. Right. Listen to the words of John: "Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world." They don't want us to know the truth. Right. North Korea in particular is far along in this direction and has been for some time. There are many religions. As Paul argued to the Jews: "For circumcision verily profiteth, if thou keep the law: but if thou be a breaker of the law, thy circumcision is made uncircumcision." But Paul was not arguing at all here that circumcision itself was lawful, no quite the contrary. He was speaking in a more general sense, "If your religion is not harming the innocent ones or others, then it is acceptable, but otherwise it is not."
  2. Christians most often celebrate church service on Sunday morning in commemoration of Jesus' Resurrection early in the morning on the first day of the week, that is, Sunday, as the Jews' Sabbath, the seventh day, fell on Saturday. There is an oppositional movement to worship Satan on Wednesday evening, that is, 31/2 days after (or before, depending on one's point of view) Sunday morning. And whereas the Jews traditionally observed the new moon to mark the beginning of each month in their calendar, these Satan-worshippers meet especially on those Wednesday evenings closest to each full moon. For this reason it has been preached that the light of the moon is insufficient to guide the solitary traveler on the way to heaven, and for a token of this God has placed the sign of a blood-red moon in the sky at night, occasionally seen when a full moon is eclipsed by the shadow of the earth. The old Finns, already superstitious of the number seven, ("You're just too lucky; you're gambling at the casino; it just can't be...") refused to even name one day of the seven-day week after the Norse god Oden, who took out his own eye and threw it down a well in pursuit of wisdom. Thus there is no name in the Finnish language for Wednesday. The Finns just refer to it vaguely as "keskiviikko" or "the middle of the week." "Suununtai, maanantai, tiistai:" these share an etymology with English Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday; the remainder of the week goes "torstai, perjantai, lauantai." Of course torstai, (as well Thursday,) is named after Thor, the Norse god of thunder. Perjantai is related to English "Friday," as the Finns cannot pronounce an "F" sound at the beginning of a word. "Lauantai," I have heard, is somewhat vaguely related to the French "laver," that is, "wash day." Perhaps there are even older names for the Finnish days of the week that do not correspond to Norse gods.
  3. >>>And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars:<<< Perhaps John was staring at a total eclipse of the sun, he saw the streaming corona of the sun as the woman's hair, and when the edge of the sun reappeared from behind the moon, he saw the "crown of twelve stars." >>>And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered.<<< Perhaps John felt extreme pain as he continued to stare at this spectacle, and likened it to a woman's pain of childbirth. >>>And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads.<<< Perhaps John literally saw these strange shapes in red as blood spilled into the burning retina of his eyes. >>>And his tail drew the third part of the stars of heaven, and did cast them to the earth: ...<<< Perhaps John lost a fair portion of his natural eyesight. >>>... a thousand two hundred and threescore days. And there was war in heaven: Michael and his angels fought against the dragon; and the dragon fought and his angels, And prevailed not; neither was their place found any more in heaven.<<< Perhaps it took him a long time to heal, and after a great struggle for recovery, the bleeding in his eyes (red dragon) eventually stopped, and left a blind spot in his vision (the place not found anymore.) >>>... a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent.<<< Perhaps John saw snakes as the retina of his eye tore, time and time again... >>>And the serpent cast out of his mouth water as a flood after the woman, that he might cause her to be carried away of the flood.<<< Perhaps in loneliness and solitude, stranded on an island, John finally put out his own eyes in desperation. Or else he just wept and wept. Do we really know? Do we really want to know?
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    Newly enlisted Marine killed on amusement ride

    Evidently he signed the papers and joined up. As long as he survives, that's enough to make him a Marine (legally) until he gets his discharge papers. It is probably not the best idea to be too trusting of carnival ride people immediately after signing enlistment papers, but if these carny ride people are endangering Marines, even newly enlisted Marines, then they are likewise endangering the American public at large. This is certainly no "accident" but far more likely an act of terrorism on the part of enemy agents if not gross negligence on the part of the carny folks. I'm a U.S. citizen, and there is only so much bullshit I can put up with. The ride was sabotaged. Anyone who says otherwise is in denial.
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    FEMINIST LESBIANISM RUN AMOK

    When I find out that someone has spiked my coffee this morning and I am actually driving to work under the influence, then yes, I am very judgmental. When I wake up in the morning and discover that someone, whether male or female, has violated my body during the night, then yes, I am very judgmental. When I find out that a medical doctor has treated me dishonestly for an alleged medical condition, or inflicted unnecessary mayhem and destruction in the name of medical practice, for said doctor's own sexual gratification, then yes, I am very judgmental. If you are different, you are different; it makes no difference whether or not I "accept" or "like" or "understand" you. You are your own person, and you are not dependent on my acceptance or anyone else's. Sometimes a woman "falls in love" with a man and thinks she can "change" him to conform to her ideal of him that she "fell in love" with. It never works that way in real life.
  6. https://www.aol.com/article/news/2017/07/27/the-justice-department-appears-to-be-gearing-up-for-a-legal-figh/23050607/ The Justice Department (which includes the FBI probably more than the court system proper) is rolling back civil rights protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender minorities. The Obama administration interpreted the law broadly and liberally with respect to LGBT rights, but the U.S. court system has left too much leeway between the laws passed by Congress and how those laws are codified and interpreted in USC, CFR, "cases," etc.
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    FEMINIST LESBIANISM RUN AMOK

    Gay men probably, (actually I am quite sure,) range between shy and outgoing just like straight people. Years ago, among lesbians and gays, there was something of an issue as to whether they were ''out" or "in the closet," or to which social circles they were open or not, as the case may be, as to their sexual orientation. Nowadays, there are cameras and audio/video recording everywhere, and when someone is "gay," everyone knows it, so there is no "closet." Also, all the code phrases and secret signals they used to communicate with each other have been broken. Many Nazis, haters, etc. pretend to be gay men trying to pick up other men, (the so-called gay-baiting,) which is really annoying, whether you are gay or not, but for them it is socially acceptable as long as they are on the aggressive side and not the receptive side. Many gay men do have female partners who may be close friends in a non-sexual sense, and some men are bisexual. I am transgender, and throughout most of my life, most of my female friends have been lesbian or attracted to other females, and I have consistently avoided the "gay male" side of that scene. I do not have sex with casual friends, and I very much avoid the alcohol, promiscuity, and unnecessary risk of date rape, disease, and so forth that goes along with that. When I am with a group of "friends" and I find out they are secretly drinking alcohol, doing drugs, or having casual sex, I leave the scene and disassociate myself from them.
  8. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/07/27/ohio-state-fair-ride-victim-recently-enlisted-in-marines.html Someone tampered with that ride. Who?
  9. Laws are interpreted by lawyers and judges. They don't mean anything like what you or I would think they would mean. I am transgender. Do you think I want healthcare from the Nazi war criminal doctors who took over the medical establishment in the U.S.? If doctors can't move beyond committing surgical mayhem and mutilation on innocent children to satisfy their own sexual urges and fetishes, how do you think they can perform any surgery that would be beneficial or corrective to part of the body they have such a lust to destroy and mutilate already in a newborn patient? Or is it like that pink-painted "Mammovan" with the doctors who felt up the ladies' breasts, did a "scan" with some hocus-pocus machinery, said "abracadabra," and finally skipped town, and now the police are looking for them? Where is this "proper health care" you are looking for? It might take more work than you are willing to put in.....