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Religious lies. Why do we knowingly accept them?

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Religious lies. Why do we knowingly accept them?

 

People, I hope, are not foolish or gullible enough to really believe in the talking serpent and donkey of the bible nor the 72 virgins ot the Qur’an. I also hope their gullibility is not broad enough to have them swallow all the other supernatural ideas floated by religions. The ancients intelligently knew that nothing could be known of the supernatural.

 

http://bigthink.com/videos/what-is-god-2-2

 

Modern priests, preachers and imams ignore the unknowability of the supernatural constantly while lying to us about the Gods.

 

I do not want to believe that we are as gullible as some people seem to be.

 

Why then do you think we knowingly pay and suport priests, preachers and imams, perpetual liars in my view, to lie to us?

 

Regards

DL

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Governments sanction and utilize religion as a tool to render the population predictable, malleable and superficial. Enlightened people are difficult to control and bamboozle. The general population has been groomed and brainwashed from infancy to support the beliefs of their fathers. Fear of condemnation for challenging their faith and peer pressure keep them in line. 

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15 hours ago, Shekinah said:

Governments sanction and utilize religion as a tool to render the population predictable, malleable and superficial. Enlightened people are difficult to control and bamboozle. The general population has been groomed and brainwashed from infancy to support the beliefs of their fathers. Fear of condemnation for challenging their faith and peer pressure keep them in line. 

No argument against this.

Many have been showing this for many years but have not been able to awaken the sleeping minds.

Do you have a suggestion that would act as an alarm clock to shatter what I call a Noble Lie?

Regards

DL

 

 

 

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religions that forbid jewelry

Catholic

“Excessive jewelry” is forbidden. Nowadays this is somewhat hypocritically interpreted as a prohibition against anything considered too flashy or showy for its worth, not against anything valuable or significant in and of itself.

I have a sneaking suspicion that the term “excessive jewelry” was originally used more to express an aversion to strange body piercings, which were probably common in the Middle Ages as well as modern times, but authorities were trying to be more polite in a roundabout fashion and not so descriptive as to encourage the style or imitation of something they found offensive.

There is a distinction between fashion jewelry and fine jewelry in that same district, along with the requisite appreciation for “fine wines” etc. And then there’s the “bridge jewelry” — I almost hate to say it, but there are dentists next door pulling teeth and installing gold crowns, and a little bit of laughing gas or something like that is generally leaking under the door or through the walls in the same city building to ease the process of making sales to hesitant customers. And then they sell birth stones with some sort of Roman astrological significance in an oddly intimate parent-child context.

Protestant / Orthodox

Some Russian or Eastern European churches, mostly Protestant, but probably to some extent Orthodox as well, forbid ear-piercing or wearing any jewelry at all, sometimes not even so much as a watch or timepiece. Amish, Pennsylvania Dutch, Mennonite, etc.

The unwritten context here is mostly that people are whores and thieves, and you will either be robbed of it or it will be stolen from you. There is a very strong culture of “brotherhood” and of “thieves in law” who abide by the “thieves’ code” of the brotherhood in order to maintain “honor among thieves.”

Sikh

No ear or body piercing whatsoever. Almost as if it's just “gross” and going to get infected anyway. There is no doubt a secretive enforcement by tactics of covert biological warfare.

U.S. military

There are very strict and detailed rules on personal grooming, adornment, haircuts and uniforms.

There is a certain culture of too much spit-polish, bugling and drumming and marching in step, which goes along with too many miscellaneous honorary citations and medals for heroism or bravery in combat.

Individuals are “called out” and named on permanent military record for having done things that are supposed to be honorable, but then guns are banned and veterans are forced to live out their lives as war criminals in the enemy’s eyes when Congress concludes peace without victory.

Much of modern U.S. military culture has, almost since its inception, grown out of a pre-Nazi German white supremacist “Pennsylvania Dutch” or “Penn State” child molestation culture, characterized by excessive “grooming” with a view of military “service” in the “infantry” being an extension of infancy or childhood under a parental or familial denial of legal majority or adulthood, exemplified by a heavy recruitment emphasis on youth for the sake of youth.

Islam

I think they tend to wear whatever jewelry they want under the black burqa/hijab garb which covers them head to toe from view of anyone but “family.”

Hindu

Not entirely clear to me, but pierced earrings and a pierced nose ring seem to be encouraged or almost required for girls and women.

body modification churches or cults

There was a strange case in federal court over a 14-year-old girl getting her nose pierced because of some such religion presented as religio licitain court for the purpose of overcoming her parents’ objections.

On the other hand, there is a certain very, very mainstream but also highly secretive medicalist religion of cancer diagnosis, heart disease, insulin-dependent diabetes, mental illness, circumcision, wisdom tooth extraction, tonsillectomy, appendectomy, organ transplant, immune suppression and vaccination.

Human flesh is but meat for the carnage to doctors who practice the religion of medicalism. There is a Dalai Lama and a hajj to the summit of Mt. Everest.

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