The Jews claim that the Messiah is here, but is he the real one?

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  • #45437

    Strega
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    @johan

    “Probably not on this forum for much longer, though. If I had to place bets, it feels like the banz hammer is immanent.”

    Or you could simply walk out of the door, the same way you came in.
    We tend to reserve banning for people who are unable to process the information that they might not be wanted. The kind of people with no self-control or ability to introspect. If you feel some kind of “banz hammer” in the air, you could always act like an adult and take yourself off to pastures new.

    #45438

    I blocked Johan from posting any more. I don’t think there was any point staying on the bus. Not with all the baby gods and the wives of gods. The Real Jesus as the bus conductor and the Living God behind the wheel and no ticket inspectors was too much. I am getting back on the blue bus because I do not know where the driver is taking us.

     

    #45439

    Strega
    Moderator

    If you’re travelling with the Wilburys then I’d imagine you’d be going to the end of the line.

    I think Jake’s right. It has to be a psychosis. How could you possibly function in the real world with that sort of scramble in your head?

    #45443

    jakelafort
    Participant

    Yeah the poor guy is delusional. If you are not familiar with the signs of a psychotic break i think you will upon investigation realize that michael17/johan is right down the middle. Additionally his syntax and spelling have deteriorated as he has declined.

    That is why i wondered whether a person who may be more susceptible to schizophrenia might not otherwise experience symptoms but for a deep religious immersion. Idk..

    #45446

    @ jakelafort – That is why i wondered whether a person who may be more susceptible to schizophrenia might not otherwise experience symptoms but for a deep religious immersion. Idk.

    I have always considered this to be correct. I have observed this often. (Not sometimes but yes, often).  More on this when I have time.

    #45450


    Participant

    @johan “Probably not on this forum for much longer, though. If I had to place bets, it feels like the banz hammer is immanent.” Or you could simply walk out of the door, the same way you came in. We tend to reserve banning for people who are unable to process the information that they might not be wanted. The kind of people with no self-control or ability to introspect. If you feel some kind of “banz hammer” in the air, you could always act like an adult and take yourself off to pastures new.

    That quote was from me. Johan was here for the purpose of driving traffic to his Facebook group, not participating in the forum. We can see this with the way he was failing to really address anything said to him, his frequent links back to his FB pages, and the way he was increasingly goading us into joining him on his pages by calling us cowards (etc.). I did check out the pages and images he linked, and I think there is a high possibility that he has some legitimate issues in need of attention from someone who actually cares about him. Even if the religious fervour is an act, he’s posted his own banking documents with enough information to not only fully doxx him (well, he’s pretty much doxxed himself), but to defraud him relatively easily. Alternatively, he’s a scammer using a persona, but I get the feeling that’s not the case.

    Cutting him off was the right call. He wasn’t here to engage with us or participate.

    #45452

    Belle Rose
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    Johan was here for the purpose of driving traffic to his Facebook group, not participating in the forum.

    told you he was fucking with us 😂 😂 😂

    #45836

    michael17
    Participant

    A spirit is purportedly seen rising from the bonfire during this “Messiah” event. Another miracle from the false Messiah. May film experts debunk or authenticate this.https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTRCjkFkq/

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by  michael17.
    #45846

    TheEncogitationer
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    Michael17,

    It’s quite simple, Michael. Different chemical substances produce different colors of smoke when burned, hence the contrast between the rest of the smoke and the “hand,” the pattern of which is a product of paradolia, the finding of patterns in random objects. If these people are looking for a Messiah bad enough, of course they’re going to see one anywhere.

    Besides, the only way we can see anything is because of the way the visible light spectrum reflects off of physical objects. How could light refect off of a supposed non-corporeal being like a “spirit?” And if a “spirit is non-corporeal and unlike things in the Natural Universe, what is doing possessing a hand?

    Sometimes a bonfire is just a bonfire.

    #45848

    TheEncogitationer
    Participant

    Fellow Unbelievers,

    Yes, I know about poor Michael17 and Johan, but I couldn’t resist exercising the debunking cells of my brain. 😁

    #47195

    rhonjon
    Participant

    The Jews didn’t recognize Jesus as the Messiah they had been looking for. Jesus himself thought the tribulation and his second coming would occur before all the people he had been talking to at that time had passed away. He spoke of the false messiahs as if they would come after he was gone.

     

    it’s crazy trying to make sense of this. The church even came up with the wandering Jew in the thirteenth century to correct the problem of Jesus returning before the generation passed away.

     

    Who knows what they’ll come up with for the New Intergalactic version of the bible? In the year 3029 they might say the rapture occurred on the Mayan calendar’s cutoff date (December 21, 2012) and it was actually an alignment of the stars that marked the end of the Piscean age. After all, Jesus told his disciples to follow the Aquarian man into the house where they would celebrate the Passover (Luke 22:10).

    #47200

    TheEncogitationer
    Participant

    Jake,

    In all fairness, Judaism was a syncretism of Assyrian, Babylonian, Egyptian and other worldviews and got Monotheism from Zoroastrianism in Persia.

    So, to answer Barney Fife’s question of “Where did it all begin?” there it is and it most likely goes back even further.

    This might also explain why Zoroastrianism neither seeks nor wants converts. They see what a mess the other Monotheism made and said: “DID I DO THAT?” 😁

    #47202

    jakelafort
    Participant

    Enco,

    “Jake,

    In all fairness, Judaism was a syncretism of Assyrian, Babylonian, Egyptian and other worldviews and got Monotheism from Zoroastrianism in Persia.”

    I did not comment. Ya know why you directed it to me? Cuz i am the Jew here. The good half of me at any rate. So to that is say Enco THAT IS RACIST!

    I think you are omitting a major source but that is beside the point. All western religion is shit on top of shit mixed in with new shit and adding native shit. So for once we agree.

    #47210

    TheEncogitationer
    Participant

    Jake,

    I did not comment. Ya know why you directed it to me? Cuz i am the Jew here. The good half of me at any rate. So to that is say Enco THAT IS RACIST!

    Perhaps I should have quoted what I replied to, namely your first post on this thread.

    Religion is a cancer wherever it is. Religion is a fuckstick to Israel and hey i guess the one thing Jews really can be blamed for it the genesis of Christianity and Islam. That is not a proud resume. Well not blame but cause in fact. No Jews then no Christianity or Islam. Probably there would have been some other horror show mythology without Judaism as a seminal fuck fuck.

    And what I stated was factual and facts certainly cannot be racist. Judaism was not the first rider in the religious rodeo, so Christianity and Islam’s roots go deeper, maybe ultimately to the 35,000-40,000 year-old Venus of Hohle Fels. (This, of course, would assume this Venus became a FTM Transgender Goddess-To-God, which is a thread in it’s own right.)

    And in case you haven’t noticed Johan’s postings, I think you have far more pressing matters to be concerned over. 😁

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by  TheEncogitationer. Reason: Adding quote
    #47216

    jakelafort
    Participant

    Apologies Enco.

    I was making a joke. Was poking fun at the circumambient hypersensitivity to racism. And damn what an exagerration. Some tiny fraction of woke and the entire group gets taken to task. My bad. Racism is usually a blunt force instrument. Yet it can be subtle like housing and job denials without any apparent hostility. My mistaken impression of your making the nexus to me would definitely not qualify.

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