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Jesus Was Not Dysgenic

Posted by Bob on July 31st, 2012 under Coaching Session

The DaVinci Code resulted in a shock which, if everyone hadn’t been trained by Mommy Professor, would have led to a serious complete rethinking of history.

Before the book came out, every Catholic and Protestant theologian or Church-goer, if asked about Jesus’ sex life, would have said there wasn’t one.

This was so obvious it didn’t need any discussion. But when the Da Vinci Code came out, everybody suddenly realized they had no idea about this.

So they came up with an explanation which leaves everybody OK. It was Constantine’s fault you see.

Yea, right.

So this kept anybody from talking about the obvious difference between Saint Paul’s church, which was based on a then degenerate intellectual Zoroastrianism and Jesus, who never denounced sex or marriage at all.

And this is the story of people who do not do Mantra Thinking: Things keep being found out that upset history, so an answer is developed and accepted that happens to make everybody feel good.

Mantra Thinking says that the more any answer can be explained as the most convenient one, the more certain it is to be a lie.

The end of every TV Documentary consists of The Sermon. It explains how all the information given it can be rammed into a Politically Correct context.

History looks entirely different to a Mantra Thinker. I think the DaVinci Code itself threw in the Constantine theory to make it all right.

Which makes all the News in the book irrelevant. You’re no smarter when you started than when you finished.

If you dismiss The Sermon though, things like this change history for you.

Each new Gospel, right up to the Book of Judas around 300 AD, had more and more straight LATE, Degenerate Zoroastrianism.

Apparently it was considered Intellectual then to show you knew Persian Thinking, just as a Buckley today would use French to impress you.

So the fanatically dysgenic legacy of Saint Paul took over Christianity. It was an assumed that Jesus, too, wanted to spay or neuter anyone who could be taught to read.

And with the Constantine Explanation to fight off Mantra Thinking, no one is going to figure out anything different

  1. #1 by Simmons on 07/31/2012 - 10:34 am

    Good I’m first. Even Bob is going to go off on mysticism on occasion, and he does it a little bit here.

    It is this simple folks, you can explicitly ask what the “sermon” is going to be, you have already identified that indeed they always include a sermon, so just ask the question, “So what in the end is the sermon going to be?”

    Just ask

  2. #2 by shari on 07/31/2012 - 12:16 pm

    If Jesus was not dysgenic, He CERTAINLY was not genocidal. Any Christian, of any background who says he is, is either not thinking at all, or anti-white. Almost everything that has been taken for granted is being very shaken up, to say the least.

  3. #3 by Gator61 on 07/31/2012 - 1:33 pm

    This is slightly off Bob’s topic, but not completely and I believe an excellent example of Mantra thinking.

    People, especially Catholics are shocked and surprised at the number of homosexual priests. Being raised a doubting questioning Catholic this never surprised me one bit. A large Catholic family was expected to send at least one son to the seminary. Think about it, which one would you send? The obvious answer.

    The son who isn’t interested girls.

  4. #4 by BGLass on 07/31/2012 - 2:38 pm

    Have trouble finding out enough about zorastrianism in its degraded form, to connect that to Paul. But he goes on with the most punishing metaphors like “Prisoner of God.” Surely, God doesn’t want me to be a “prisoner.” What Jesus, himself, says seems ok, and he does have “brothers,” (that was always in the Bible.)

    As a kid, it was my understanding that that’s what protestantism WAS— basically the anti-authoritarian Jesus latched onto the enlightenment where we DIDN’T HAVE to degrade ourselves for others. Dysgenics was BAD and Jesus knew it. He was for life, (and not “pro-life” in this current sense of no abortions, lol.)

    This whole new repeater of “pro-life” supposedly meaning abortions only was very smart move on the part of enemies of LIFE. “Pro-life” used to mean a non-dysgenic, pro-striving, positivity, often based in the idea MAN IS NOT EVIL, (he struggles for the positive aspect).

    This is why it seems crazy to reject the whole enlightenment, imo, (though many “wn” go on about how bad it is and the root of our trouble. But then, man was seen as being generally good, as wanting to strive, wanting to grow, etc.— and so did their Jesus).

    Like how some sects won’t wear the figure of Jesus on the cross, since it’s just grisly and the murder of Him isn’t what is most edifying to dwell on.

    It seems obvious (when reading the Bible) that Paul and Jesus are on completely different wavelengths.

    What never made sense was the ascension of Paul. Why so many don’t “feel” that difference.

    I guess I just heard what I wanted to hear in church, lol— just like everyone else.

    • #5 by Jason on 07/31/2012 - 10:01 pm

      I’m surprised how fascinating I find all of this stuff about Zoroastrianism, religion and dysgenics/eugenics. There is an anti-life strain in some of Christianity and it would be monumental to exorcise it.

      I also agree with you, BGLass, that I still find much in the Enlightenment and Renaissance that is of value (although much foolishness). And I still think the evidence shows something very much like a Fall of Rome occurred in the West, But, I’ve become open to the idea that it’s not quite as clear cut as many think.

      On the Fall of Rome, my understanding is that there is strong evidence of dramatic economic and health declines after Rome in the West fell: cows smaller, people smaller, less pottery, roads falling into disrepair, etc.

  5. #6 by WW on 08/01/2012 - 9:39 am

    Since next weekend I won’t be online much time. I would like to see my article published.

    Swarming (I can’t post on our forum): I keep swarming in Spanish everyday and more and more Spanish speaking people are using Mantra terminology and thinking.

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