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Saturday, June 28, 2008

Who is Antony Flew, and why should you care?


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Antony Flew – His History


Antony Flew, a British philosopher, Oxford professor, and leading champion of atheism for more than fifty years, honestly followed the evidence and renounced his naturalistic faith in 2004. In a published interview with another philosopher, Flew said, "My whole life has been guided by the principle of Plato's Socrates: Follow the evidence, wherever it leads."

After chewing on his scientific worldview for more than five decades, Flew concluded, "A super-intelligence is the only good explanation for the origin of life and the complexity of nature."


Antony Flew – His Central Work



Previously, in his central work, The Presumption of Atheism (1976), Flew argued that the "onus of proof [of God] must lie upon the theist." However, at the age of 81, Flew shocked the world when he renounced his atheism because “the argument for Intelligent Design is enormously stronger than it was when I first met it." In his same 2004 interview, Flew shared, "It seems to me that the case for an Aristotelian God who has the characteristics of power and also intelligence, is now much stronger than it ever was before."

The story of Antony Flew reminds us that physics and metaphysics are not mutually exclusive. True science asks us to follow the observational evidence, no matter what the destination. Does life really occur in a naturalistic vacuum? Or do its design, order, and complexity necessitate something more?



Antony Flew – His Conclusion


Antony Flew is an honest thinker who ultimately acknowledged the existence of God. Like many of us, recognition is a huge step. However, when it comes to the questions of God, purpose, meaning, origins, and destinies, can we rest in mere recognition? What about Dr. Flew’s observations of Intelligent Design -- the immensity, intensity, and intricacy of it all -- don’t they compel us to move forward and seek additional signposts for truth in our life journeys?





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Brief Biography of Antony Flew





Atheist Becomes Theist Exclusive Interview with Former Atheist Antony Flew






Antony Flew discusses what made him rethink his atheism, 2005


Professor Antony Flew
22nd March 2005

My conversation about belief is with someone who was until recently one of Britain's most resolute unbelievers. A philosopher who for many decades has proclaimed his lack belief in any kind of God. Then late last year Professor Antony Flew declared that he had changed his mind, and was now a deist, and believed in God. This position appeared to come quite suddenly. In response to internet rumours in 2001 of his change of heart, he declared 'Sorry to disappoint, but I'm still an atheist.' His volte-face since then has intrigued his philosophical colleagues, and been hailed by believers as giving support to their world view. Atheists have felt betrayed.

The story began in 1950 when Professor Flew, then still a Probationary Fellow wrote 'Theology and Falsification', a paper that was published later that year. Over the years since then he's continued to argue the lack of evidence for God while teaching at Oxford, Aberdeen, Keele and Reading universities. His classic treatise, 'God in Philosophy' is due to be republished, but with a new introduction. It's one of the most high profile conversions of modern theological debate.

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This book presents the most recent debates by leading contemporary philosophers of enduring themes and issues concerning the question of God's existence. William Craig and Antony Flew met on the 50th anniversary of the famous Copleston/Russell debate to discuss the question of God's existence in a public debate. The core of this book contains the edited transcript of that debate. Also included are eight chapters in which other significant philosophers - Paul Draper, R. Douglas Geivett, Michael Martin, Keith Parsons, William Rowe, William Wainwright, Keith Yandell and David Yandell - critique the debate and address the issues raised. Their substantial and compelling insights complement and further the debate, helping the reader delve more deeply into the issues that surfaced. In the two final chapters, Craig and Flew respond and clarify their positions, taking the debate yet one step further. The result of these many contributions is a book which provides the reader with a summary of the current discussion and allows one to enter into the dialogue on this central question in the philosophy of religion.



Friday, June 27, 2008

James Brown vs Stan



"Beat the Devil" 2002

Directed by Tony Scott
Starring:
James Brown, Gary Oldman & Clive Owen




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Jeremiah 17


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L'Chaim, all Ye Whores & Beasts of the Global Dhimming!

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Shabbat Shalom, Feral Nation!
May all your futures be pleasant ones,
not like our present ones,
Drink L'CHAIM, TO LIFE!




Topol as Tevya, Fiddler on the Roof, 1971


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THE BOTTLE DANCE

Missing Link & The Floating Power



MUSE: New Born 2001


Link it to the world
Link it to yourself
Stretch it like a birth squeeze
The love for what you hide
The bitterness inside
Is growing like the new born
When you've seen, seen
Too much, too young, young
Soulless is everywhere

Hopeless time to roam
The distance to your home
Fades away to nowhere
How much are you worth
You can't come down to earth
You’re swelling up, you're unstoppable
'cause you've seen, seen
Too much, too young, young
Soulless is everywhere

Destroy the spineless
Show me it's real
Wasting our last chance
To come away
Just break the silence
'cause I’m drifting away
Away from you

Link it to the world
Link it to yourself
Stretch it like it's a birth squeeze
And the love for what you hide
And the bitterness inside
Is growing like the new born
When you've seen, seen
Too much, too young, young
Soulless is everywhere

Destroy the spineless
Show me it's real
Wasting their last chance
To come away
Just break the silence
‘cause I'm drifting away
Away from you


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BIBLICAL MEANING OF THE RAINBOW


The rainbow was given to be “l’ot brit” [for a sign of the covenant] between the LORD and the earth] to keep it from destruction by deluge
Genesis 9:12-17

Even this they manage to pervert






Haredis arrested for holding "insulting signs" at Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade





Presbyterian (USA) Minister Officiates Gay Calif. Wedding



Anglican bishop Michael Nazir Ali refuses to stop preaching Jesus to Muslims..although some in his church welcome Shari'a




















But WTF IS the Council of Europe, anyway?












French sources: Syria may 'rethink' ties with Iran

French Sources? LOL! Guess whose side they are on?
Can you say disinformation? I knew that you could!






CIA involved in radical Islamic cleric's disappearance?

Well, I certainly hope so. As for the PC? Oy.











MUSE: HOODOO 2006









Did Richard Dawkins try to crash the premier of "Expelled"?



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Harris, however, argues that not just Western gods but philosophers are "dwarfs" next to the Buddhas. And a Harris passage on psychics recommends that curious readers spend time with the study "20 Cases Suggestive of Reincarnation."

Asked which cases are most suggestive of reincarnation, Harris admits to being won over by accounts of "xenoglossy," in which people abruptly begin speaking languages they don't know. Remember the girl in "The Exorcist"? "When a kid starts speaking Bengali, we have no idea scientifically what's going on," Harris tells me. It's hard to believe what I'm hearing from the man the New York Times hails as atheism's "standard-bearer."

Harris writes: "There seems to be a body of data attesting to the reality of psychic phenomena, much of which have been ignored by mainstream science." On the phone he backpedals away from the claim.

"I've received a little bit of grief for that," he says. "I certainly don't say that I'm confident that psychic phenomena exist. I'm open-minded. I would just like to see the data."

To see the "data" yourself, "The End of Faith" points readers to a slew of paranormal studies.


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ON SAM HARRIS, SEE ALSO: Lucius Septimius: Must Be The Season of the Witch







MUSE: Butterflies & Hurricanes
Live at "Rock Am Ring", 2004



Change everything you are
And everything you were
Your number has been called

Fights and battles have begun
Revenge will surely come
Your hard times are ahead

Best, you've got to be the best
You've got to change the world
And use this chance to be heard
Your time is now

Change everything you are
And everything you were
Your number has been called

Fights and battles have begun
Revenge will surely come
Your hard times are ahead

Best, you've got to be the best
You've got to change the world
And use this chance to be heard
Your time is now

Don’t let yourself down
And don’t let yourself go
Your last chance has arrived

Best, you've got to be the best
You've got to change the world
And use this chance to be heard
Your time is now

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Missing Link & the Mass Delusions

MUSE: City of Mass Delusion, 2006




YOU WILL CLICK ME....... (gestures hypnotically)



Stay away from me

Build a fortress
And shield your beliefs

Touch the divine
As they fall in line

Can I believe
When I don't trust

All your theories

Turn to dust

You choose to hide
From the All Seeing Eye

Destroy this City of Delusion
Break these walls down

I will avenge
And justify my reasons
With your blood

You will not rest
Settle for less

Until you guzzle
And squander whats left

Do not deny
That you live
and let die

Destroy this City of Delusion
Break these walls down

I will avenge
And justify my reasons
With your blood


Security police officials in Tehran this month tortured a newly converted couple and threatened to put their 4-year-old daughter in an institution after arresting them for holding Bible studies and attending a house church:

“The next time there may also be an apostasy charge, if you don’t stop with your Jesus”






Hugo Of Hezbollah








PESHAWAR, June 21: About 20 members of the Christian community were kidnapped and scores of others were beaten up by armed men who attacked them at a function here on Saturday night. They said that the attackers also threatened them of carrying out such like attacks in future if the “Christian population does not mend its ways






Sacred Science: Using Faith to Explain Anomalies in Physics






There Is 'Design' In Nature, Biologist Argues

ScienceDaily (Feb. 18, 2008) — Brown University biologist Kenneth Miller has to hand one victory to the "intelligent design" crowd. They know how to frame an issue.






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Berlin:

A touring exhibition of the greatest surviving treasures of ancient Babylon opens Thursday in the German capital Berlin at the Pergamon Museum, which already has one of the world's richest Babylonian collections. The Louvre of Paris and the British Museum of London have contributed artefacts to the show, which has already been seen in the French capital, but without many of the German treasures.




Pergamon officials said an extra 300,000 people were expected to see the spectacular Babylon: Myth and Reality show before it leaves Berlin on October 5 for London. In an average year, the museum has 1.2 million visitors.



German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, a sponsor of the show, said Babylon in modern-day Iraq had been the world's first urban culture. The exhibition includes statues, writing tablets, grave goods, stone reliefs, weapons, coins and scale models.
The lofty Pergamon Museum keeps two Babylonian monuments indoors: the Ishtar Gate and the Street of Processions.



RAINBOW: Gates of Babylon, 1978


The short tiled street used to connect the city's Temple of Marduk with the royal palace. German archaeologist Robert Koldewey dug up the brightly coloured tiles a century ago to be reassembled in the Berlin museum.



Babylon was a centre of power for about 500 years until the conquests in 322 BC by Alexander the Great of Macedonia.



Much of the site 90 kilometres south of Baghdad has been stripped. Iraq built a modern replica of Babylon's wall and other buildings in the 1980s on the site.


Exhibition designers said the 1,000 items illustrated the vast cultural heritage of Iraq and would explore why western culture falsely associated Babylonian civilization with evil, with a Biblical tradition describing the city as the "Whore of Babylon."



The same cultural tradition has regarded the city as a failure, because it failed to complete its lofty Tower of Babel

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Hungry Freaks, Daddy!



Frank Zappa & The Mothers Hungry Freaks, Daddy
From Freak Out, released in 1966


Mister America
Walk on by
Your schools that do not teach


Mister America
Walk on by
The minds that won't be reached


Mister America
Try to hide
The emptiness that's you inside
When once you find that the way you lied
And all the corny tricks you tried
Will not forestall the rising tide of
Hungry freaks, Daddy . . .



They won't go
For no more
Great mid-western hardware store
Philosophy that turns away
From those who aren't afraid to say
What's on their minds
(The left-behinds of the Great Society)




Hungry freaks, Daddy . . .



Mister America
Walk on by
Your supermarket dream
Mister America
Walk on by
The liquor store supreme


Mister America
Try to hide
The product of your savage pride
The useful minds that it denied
The day you shrugged and stepped aside
You saw their clothes and then you cried:
THOSE HUNGRY FREAKS, DADDY!



They won't go
For no more
Great mid-western hardware store
Philosophy that turns away
From those who aren't afraid to say
What's on their minds
(The left-behinds of the Great Society)



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Thursday Afternoon Cymatics

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This film was made by Dr. Hans Jenny in 1967


Bringing Matter to Life With Sound Part I







Bringing Matter to Life With Sound Part II








Bringing Matter to Life With Sound Part III




And God SAID
let there be light....
and there WAS light.




Manfred Mann: Blinded by the Light, 1976


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Deliver Us Our Missing Links!


ANDY TIMMONS ~ Deliver Us





Bush Says US Will Lift Sanctions Against North Korea






Cop shoots himself at Sarkozy farewell in Israel






Let's Go Slumming with the dumpster diving Freegans of San Diego!




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Sound Waves May Drive Cosmic Structure





And God SAID




The Physics of Sound


Tiny particles of sand are strewn on a smooth disk and subjected to vibrations being passed into the surface, they immediately begin to take form and arrange into a multitude of geometrically perfect designs. Some variations of these vibrations create known geometric patterns such as hexagons (honeycombs), pentagrams, crosses, spirals, and many other infinite combinations. The amazing patterns found on animals and insect wings are easily explained in this simple experiment. Sound and vibration give birth to form. In one particular vibratory sequence, opposite oscillations were resonated though the disk - the sand particles then condensed upon other, rolling into spheres, and then the smaller of the spheres began to revolve around the larger spheres. This is the portrait of our universe. Zoom into our cellular and atomic structure and it is found there as well


The Physics of Sound



~ Water Sound Images ~
The above video is from Alexander Lauterwassers' "WATER SOUND IMAGES" which chronicles his incredible research on how sound creates form.
You can purchase the full 2 hour DVD at www.wasserklangbilder.de


When you think about FORM being directed by SOUND the parting of the sea for Moshe and the Hebrews does not seem near as impossible... does it? DELIVER US!




Proud Pagan Witch Supports Obama's Poverty Bill






Today in Biblical History: Rabbi Yonason Goldson






Presbyterian USA bashing of Israel shows how Jews can be clueless



Ofra Haza - Deliver Us ~ Hebrew version
From "The Prince Of Egypt"




King of the West Bank
Big post on this guy coming soon to a spleen near you




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Science's Blind Spot
People, however, are not generally aware of the extent to which rationalism, particularly in its naturalist expression, is the result of religious influences. The heart of Hunter's book outlines these influences. Theological naturalism was a solution to the problem of reconciling creation with a wise and loving creator. For theological naturalists, assigning creation to various natural laws isolates God from perceived imperfections or "evils" in the world. Hunter dwells into the history of naturalism, highlighting the often neglected whig theologian Thomas Burnet along with better known figures like Immanuel Kant. But ultimately, this theological naturalism led to a methodological naturalism in the sciences. The search for exclusively natural clauses became something of a game rule in science, but the theological basis for it is often overlooked.



Nonetheless, naturalism presents problems, not the least of which is the "blind spot" referenced in the title of the book. When a naturalistic paradigm fails, it does not occur to scientists to examine non-natural explanations. Indeed, there is a tendency to create false dichotomies (either evolution is "true" or all observations of species must reveal only some sort of ideal perfection--otherwise there would be a "bad" design which a creator or other designer could not possibly make.) Needless to add, this sort of reasoning effectively pre-empts alternative suggestions. But it also includes stunning theological suppositions that its adherents are loath to acknowledge. Why, for example, must we assume that a designer would always opt for what we consider a perfect design? As Hunter correctly notes, that this was an assumption of some 18th century natural theologians hardly means it is prescriptive for all natural theology.



There are a number of important implications to the arguments in Hunter's book. One is that religious assumptions are far more common in the sciences than many would be willing to acknowledge. Indeed, much of the "evidence" in Darwin's 'Origin of Species' is essentially theological arguments about how nature "should be" rather than simply an empirical discussion of how it is. Historians have known this for some time. (Readers interested in pursuing this subject further should examine historian Gertrude Himmelfarb's masterful Darwin and the Darwinian Revolution.) But amazingly enough, such reasoning persists into the modern era. When SJ Gould declares the Panda's Thumb an inadequate design, he is making a theological claim, not a scientific one. Similar arguments abound in supposedly scientific literature. That these same writers are often critical of design theorists for supposedly bringing "religious" values and ideas into science merely demonstrates the extent of the blindspot Hunter describes.



But this book raises a broader question as well. Is "science" possible without some metaphysical insight. Although Hunter does not mention it, in the broadest sense the answer to this question is no. We must, as Einstein admitted, acknowledge that a prerequisite of science is the presumption that the universe is understandable at all. But beyond that, can a science be constructed that is truly empirical? Or are we stuck between the theological naturalism of many modern biologists, and the theological alternative(s) suggested by intelligent design. Hunter suggests it can by returning to Bacon's "moderate" empiricism. But what would such an empiricism entail? For one thing, it would require the admission that naturalism really is only a game rule, and not an overarching theological construct as it is for such scientists as Howard Van Till and Kenneth Miller. It would also require that we reject the few atheists (Daniel Dennet and Richard Dawkins come to mind here) who attempt to appropriate naturalism for their own purposes. As a game rule, naturalism is not a "universal solvent" that dissolves all religious claims, whatever our atheist friends might wish. Accepting Hunter's moderate empiricism would not even "destroy" evolution as a useful working hypothesis. But it would have the effect of seriously limiting what questions science could answer. More important, it would require that we again integrate learning.


As Hunter so eloquently notes, there "are rich multifaceted problems that include reasoning from a variety of disciplines. We cannot understand such problems with narrow appeals to just science, or just philosophy, or just theology, or just history. The full range of knowledge ought to be considered."(p.145) The research possibilities such a moderate empiricism offers are tremendous, but they undermine the dominance theological naturalism currently enjoys under the label of "science," and it is unlikely the high priesthood of this religion will give up so easily. Indeed, they currently enjoy a monopoly on the presentation of their religious views in the public sector and they are unlikely to share it. After all, it is easier to accuse one's opponents of religious fanaticism than to examine the mote in one's own eye.

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FERAL NATION AKBAR!

OYMERTA!

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Pachelbel Canon in D Major


Images from the Hubble Telescope
Music: Pachelbel Canon in D Major




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Pachelbel Canon in D Major

Lucius Septimius: Must Be The Season of the Witch






Deep Purple ~ Mandrake Root
Live Performance At Granada TV Studios, 1970




Good Afternoon Feral Nation!



Found on HuffPo:



In Defense of Witchcraft:

by Sam Harris



So, who TF is Sam Harris, and why should you care?
Sam Harris is a disciple of one Mr. Richard Dawkins!



Well, Shazam!



For your Feral enjoyment, our very own Lucius Septimius deconstructs Harris' "Defense of Witchcraft" below.



L'Chaim all ye whores and beasts of the global dhimming!


~ BZ






Sam Harris’s use of “witchcraft” as a means of demonstrating the foolishness of his opponents is certainly inventive. Never mind that ultimately it is a straw (wicker perhaps?) man of titanic proportions. It rests on an assumption that belief in God and belief in witches are on the same level. We’ll come back to that in a moment, but for now let’s focus on his history. He begins his snarky commentary with this account of how stupid people in the past thought.





Imagine that the year is 1507, and life is difficult. Crops fail, good people suffer instantaneous and horrifying turns of bad luck, and even the children of royalty regularly die before they have taken their first steps. As it turns out, everyone understands the cause of these calamities: it is witchcraft. Not all witchcraft is at fault, of course -- there are “white” witches who use their powers to heal -- but there is no question that some witches have formed an alliance with the Devil. Happily, the Church has produced many learned and energetic men who are equal to this challenge, and each year hundreds of women are put to death for casting spells upon their innocent neighbors.






Leaving aside the fact that 1507 comes during the nadir of witch-hunting, it is true that in pre-modern (and well into modern times) there was a generalized belief in magic. Popular opinion around 1500 tended to credit it to the charismatic power of individual persons who had been somehow selected before birth to receive this gift (sort of like what Democrats believe about Obama). A standard sign was being born with the “caul,” a part of the amniotic sack around the head. Learned opinion viewed magic as a matter of art and skill. Neo-Platonists, Cabalists, and Hermeticists understood that all matter in the cosmos was connected together by hidden, unseen forces or “sympathies.” By manipulating one form of matter, one could, on account of these sympathies, effect changes in other matter elsewhere. Sort of like particle physics.




Few people claimed that large-scale calamities were caused by witchcraft. Malevolent witchcraft was almost always understood as a matter of conflicts between individuals. Such cases, when they did appear before the courts, were generally dismissed for lack of evidence. “Hundreds of women” were not put to death each year for casting spells. Even at the height of the “witch craze” between 1590 and 1630, witch trials were rare and the rate of accusation low. Far more people were prosecuted for theft, simple battery, and adultery than for witchcraft.






Season Of The Witch: Al Kooper, Steven Stills & Mike Bloomfield

1968




There were some who did argue that witches were not individual actors; that they were an organized cult of Devil-worshipers intent on destroying Christendom, but initially such conspiracy theorists were in the minority. The position of the Church and of Canon Law was ambivalent on the subject, with the dominant line of thought suggesting the belief in witches was demonically inspired. It was only in the later sixteenth century that theorists began putting together formal arguments in defense of witch hunting. Most of these were not theologians but lawyers. And when persecution did begin en masse, it was the secular state, not the Church, which drove it.



Witchcraft, because it was a form of criminal assault, had to be dealt with by secular courts, which were the only ones that could hand down a death sentence. And it was secular powers which, more than anyone else, profited through the coordinated persecution of an imaginary witch-cult.




The arguments that the defenders of witch-hunting used were eminently logical. The opinions of the ancients, or learned moderns, and the piles of empirical evidence taken from trials were analyzed with flawless logic. The only conclusion one could draw was that witches existed as an organized anti-Christian religion. Each set of trials produced more evidence; that evidence in turn was used to fine-tune the interrogation process. Torture was used, but a remarkable number of people confessed according to the script -- mostly likely avoiding torture by responding in the words they knew the accusers wanted to hear. By 1620, one could reasonably argue that the demonic conception of witchcraft had become “PC,” and people knew to simply tow the line. Not because they feared the sanction of the Church, but because they feared the power of the State.




The defenders of witch-hunting in France and Germany constituted the intellectual -- not to mention scientific -- elite of their day. The dissenting voices came from committed Christians, such as Friedrich von Spee and Martin Becan (both Jesuits, by the way), who argued against persecution on the bases of love for humanity and the impossibility of knowing the truth in such matters. The scientific and legal elites, meanwhile, persisted in their belief in the reality of witchcraft and in the need to root out the conspiracy. In the end, it was the unwillingness of judges to prosecute the crimes that led to the end of the trials.



This brings us to Harris’s depiction of the (imaginary) dissenting voice:



Imagine being among the tiny percentage of people -- the 5 percent, or 10 percent at most -- who think that a belief in witchcraft is nothing more than a malignant fantasy. Imagine writing a book arguing that magic spells do no real work in the world, that the confessions of bad witches are delusional or coerced, that the claims of good witches are self-serving and unempirical. You argue further that a belief in magic offers false hope of benefits that are best sought elsewhere, like from scientific medicine, and lays the ground for false accusations of imaginary crimes, leading to the misery and death of innocent people.



He of course identifies himself as one of those who would have been in that minority. But in reality, it was the most intolerant defenders of witch hunting who constituted the minority. That minority, moreover, was constituted by those who believed that they had evidence and logic on their side. Never mind that their logic was flawed on account of unsupportable assumptions; never mind that their evidence was frequently compromised -- anyone who dared to question their findings revealed themselves to be either a fool or somehow in league with the witches.



What drove the witch hunters of old was arrogance -- and arrogance with regard to their scientific method and their intellectual and moral superiority over their opponents. They represented a minority opinion, to be sure, but that in and of itself demonstrated their cultural superiority -- their elite status -- over the ignorant herd. Which then points to the real “enemy” identified in their tracts. Over and again, the vast output of the small group of virulent witch-hunters reveals their bigotry towards their ideological and religious opponents. That bigotry reveals itself in a constant and persistent misrepresentation of the ideas and beliefs of their opponents. The straw man and the polemic were their chosen weapons in their effort to defend the indefensible by belittling -- and ultimately dehumanizing -- their opponents.


Sort of like Sam Harris.

~ LUCIUS SEPTIMIUS

Missing Links, the Pride of Man, & the Glory of the Royal Scam



Quicksilver Messenger Service

PRIDE OF MAN ~ 1968


Turn around,
go back down,
back the way you came,
Can't you see that flash of fire ten times brighter than the day?
And behold a mighty city broken in the dust again,
Oh God, Pride of Man, broken in the dust again.

Turn around,
go back down,
back the way you came,
Babylon is laid to waste, Egypt's buried in her shame,
The mighty men are all beaten down, their kings are fallen in the ways,
Oh God, Pride of Man, broken in the dust again.

Turn around,
go back down,
back the way you came,
Terror is on every side, lo our leaders are dismayed.
For those who place their faith in fire, their faith in fire shall be
repaid,
Oh God, Pride of Man, broken in the dust again.

Turn around,
go back down,
back the way you came,
And shout a warning unto the nation that the sword of God is raised.
Yes, Babylon, that mighty city, rich in treasures, wide in fame,
Oh God, Pride of Man, broken in the dust again.

The meek shall cause your tower to fall, make of you a pyre of flame,
Oh you who dwell on many waters, rich in treasures, wide in fame.
you bow unto your God of gold, your pride of might shall be a shame,
For only God can lead His people back unto the Earth again.

Oh God, Pride of Man, broken in the dust again.
A Holy mountain be restored, and mercy on that people, that people


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Blessed are you, when men shall hate you, and when they shall separate you from their company, and shall reproach you, and cast out your name as evil, for the Son of Man's sake

~ Luke 6:22













American Jewish Leader Addresses the Iranian People on the Internet:

Mr. Malcolm Hoenlein, Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, in a first-ever direct address to the Iranian People, with subtitles in Persian and Arabic



Citigroup & the Sheik





SIBERIA: Ex-Traffic Cop Says He’s Jesus

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Sarkozy in Bethlehem with Abbas





Jordan is "Palestine Plan"









Ark of the Covenant?





Russia joins the war in Afghanistan




STEELY DAN ~ The Royal Scam, 1976