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Catholic Church Waging War on Women and Gays

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Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241792 Nov 18, 2012
Bitner wrote:
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None of the above had anything to do with Wicca, which you NEVER "studied". You just went looking for ammo, because I DARED to ask you, nicely, not to paint all religions with the same broad brush. And the reason I didn't ask that before you came back, is for the simple reason that you DIDN'T do so before you left.
I didn't study Wicca at all before I left and came back to this thread.

Your religion is also based on lies. Had you been a REAL Wiccan, you would be a homophobe as was Gerald Gardner.

Instead, you want to play cute and innocent, as do all people in preferential religious cults!

My guess is, you became a Wiccan to play at witch-games and have sex as it pleased you.

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241793 Nov 18, 2012
"Don't place my cult at a low scale as the low scale of other religions" threatens goddess Bitner.

What a pile of steaming manure!!!

She even threatened me with libel ... on a forum no less!!!

Stupid woman!

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241794 Nov 18, 2012
The "brilliant" idea that a god was offended by masturbation was also a con-job put upon society by men with pens at the "ready."
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From the site ... Religious Tolerance.

None of the Apostolic Fathers wrote about masturbation.

The first mention of masturbation within the Catholic Church is found in sixth century CE penitentials. 1 These were books or a set of church rules concerning the sacrament of penance. They were first developed by priests as unofficial handbooks that gave standard penances for the most commonly confessed sins.

http://www.religioustolerance.org/masturba10 ....

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241795 Nov 18, 2012
Penance of all types was taught so that believers would feel that a god wanted them punished.

The preachers and authors of the stupidity were the ones that wanted the followers punished.

Ridiculous blather from cruel humans.

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241796 Nov 18, 2012
The guilt and physical torture suffered by humans of all ages thoughout history because of the teachings of those in religion is without question the worst blight ever put upon humans.

And it continues and continues and continues ... without interruption!

“The Black Mermaid”

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#241797 Nov 18, 2012
June VanDerMark wrote:
Back in history the white Christians taught that blacks did not have "souls." It made it easy to capture those who were black and hold them in bondage as slaves. And the blind-sighted Christians with dollar-signs in their minds and ice in their hearts mentally ingested the words of the pulpit-pounding, truth-claiming preachers.
Then as those such as John Woolman (the Quaker) started to question that there was something wrong with how the scriptures were interpreted, other Christians started to question and ultimately most Christians believed that Blacks INDEED had and have "souls." YIPPEE!!!
Yet the Christians did not stop following other words of the Christian preachers in the idea that if they could be wrong about something that harmed SO many people ... maybe they could be wrong ... PERIOD!
The fact that the followers never said "Wait a minute now ... if blacks went from not having souls to having souls ... the preachers are not trustworthy!
And MEANwhile the black people paid the price for the white Christians that did not question the bible-wielding preachers.
What a shame!
June, I remember learning of that also; plus there was a time supposedly when they believed women didn't have souls either. What a mess, huh? Those teachings upheld by the "one, true church".
paul mshykora arts

Calgary, Canada

#241798 Nov 18, 2012
...THERE Is ..''NO''..War on Women and Children,here,..tooooooooooooo oooo booooooooot...eh..(-)...

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241799 Nov 18, 2012
Sherlayne wrote:
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June, I remember learning of that also; plus there was a time supposedly when they believed women didn't have souls either. What a mess, huh? Those teachings upheld by the "one, true church".
All religion was and is created from human imagination, and so it can't help but BE crap and more crap.

Human imagination can't do anything but revolve around it's self.

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241800 Nov 18, 2012
A team lead by Berta has now used the Hubble Space Telescope to determine that the planet is indeed like Neptune's younger brother. That means it's fairly loaded with water, and that has big implications for finding earthlike biology in unearthly places. But it took a lot of astronomical sleuthing — not to mention some counterintuitive thinking — to suss out the new planet's nature.

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,859...

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241801 Nov 18, 2012
By its very nature, religion can't adhere to any concept whatsoever that the universe was not created by deities, or one deity.

Humans of religion are stuck on the idea that they are special in one or another divine plan, and they need that mindset to keep their religions going.

Science without religion is not going to occur if those in religion keep demanding it has to be perceived their way!

And as most people are in religion ... my guess is, unless something astounding occurs in the field of science ... it WILL keep being perceived by the majority in religions their way as in ... "The universe was created ... PERIOD!"
Jumper

Morgantown, KY

#241802 Nov 18, 2012
June VanDerMark wrote:
By its very nature, religion can't adhere to any concept whatsoever that the universe was not created by deities, or one deity.
Humans of religion are stuck on the idea that they are special in one or another divine plan, and they need that mindset to keep their religions going.
Science without religion is not going to occur if those in religion keep demanding it has to be perceived their way!
And as most people are in religion ... my guess is, unless something astounding occurs in the field of science ... it WILL keep being perceived by the majority in religions their way as in ... "The universe was created ... PERIOD!"
'Yea,and then there's the one about the atheist and the nun.

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241803 Nov 18, 2012
The warriors depended on the medicine-men to take care of all things spiritual, and that gave the medicine-men complete power to make up the most ridiculous stories and get away with it, without being questioned.
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From the book compiled by Larousse … World Mythology

North America

The power attributed to mythical beings has a direct bearing on the medicine-man’s magic; the protective spirits from whom the latter derives his authority are usually traditional heroes: Raven, Eagle, mythological characters who were the first to possess this ambivalent power to kill and cure.

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241804 Nov 18, 2012
Jumper wrote:
<quoted text>'Yea,and then there's the one about the atheist and the nun.
Did you ever wonder why you write a capital on the word Christian, and not on the word Atheist???

:)

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241805 Nov 18, 2012
Notice how Rock-woman's abilities were "given to her" ... rather comparable to the nuns who were "given" the ability to scrub the floors for the male hierarchy.
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From the book compiled by Larousse … World Mythology

North America

When the world began, in the words of a myth belonging to the Takelmas Indians in Oregon, a powerful mountain, the Old Rock-woman, was given the task of fighting the sorcerers (that is, evil spirits who sent sickness. She was given appropriate tools: a pot for boiling her enemies’ hearts, a poker for stirring the heart in the pot. She was taught the necessary songs.

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241806 Nov 18, 2012
The Buddha also believed that women had to reincarnate as men, or they could never make it to Nirvana.

Men had more brute strength, so it is common sense that the men were the leaders of the packs and the women knew their places.

The goddesses of ancient believers were soft and loving home maker-types, and if necessary could be supporters of their warrior husband-gods.

The gods and goddesses played the roles alotted to them by the story-tellers and/or script-writers in each culture.

The deities simply reflected what was going on IN the cultures of every era.

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241807 Nov 18, 2012
Because the people in general in Gardner's era were homophobic, Gardner's imaginary goddess reflected that homophobia.

Then the loose morals of 1960s overthrew Gardner's goddess and the wild pot-smoking believers replaced his goddess with their own goddess who didn't give a rat's ass who slept with whom, as long as it was consensual!

Again ... the imaginary goddess that morphed from one supposed point of view to another, simply reflected what was going on in the culture at the time.

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241808 Nov 18, 2012
Many nuns now demand equal rights, and want to be members of the hierarchy.

In the old days, the men could keep them where the men were certain they belonged.

But the modern-day women are feminists, and they no longer want to take second-place to the men.

The goddesses are becoming cranky and unruly, as they also want their divine place in the sun, side by side with the men.

Religion is going all to hell!

:)

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241810 Nov 18, 2012
When people in religions play with words, they use the words to their own advantages.

The ancients seemed to use the word "sorcerer" as one who knew and could connect with spiritual sources, hold conferences with the ones in power and make deals to protect the people in the specific cultures.

But at least some of the North American tribes, used the words medicine-man as honorary tributes, and sorcerers as evil-spirits that could bring sickness to the people.

Catholics used the word witch and heretic in the sense of evil-doers, and created the words pope, bishop, priest, etc. as honorary words.

What OH what would people do in their religions without words???
Jumper

Morgantown, KY

#241811 Nov 18, 2012
June VanDerMark wrote:
Many nuns now demand equal rights, and want to be members of the hierarchy.
In the old days, the men could keep them where the men were certain they belonged.
But the modern-day women are feminists, and they no longer want to take second-place to the men.
The goddesses are becoming cranky and unruly, as they also want their divine place in the sun, side by side with the men.
Religion is going all to hell!
:)
Funny...I thought Budda sat under a shade tree for 20 years.

Since: Sep 09

Williams Lake, Canada

#241812 Nov 18, 2012
Jumper wrote:
<quoted text>Funny...I thought Budda sat under a shade tree for 20 years.
Wherever he sat, and for however long ... it didn't help him to figure out that he was just another mortal human full of nonsensical ideas that lead nowhere but to stupidity!

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