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    Hellish People

    There are two kinds of people, the Hellish and the normal. However, those who really rule the world are the Hellish.

    There is a temporary link to my articles about Hellish people together with collection Hellish Signs in Movies and writing Reversed Meaning:

    Enjoy and learn.
    Last edited by Pavel; 07-13-2015 at 01:42 PM. Reason: New working links.

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    "You know what you get when you play Twisted Sister's 'Burn in Hell' backwards? 'Go to church and pray on Sunday.' "

    Jay Leno, Comedian

    And the selling of evil and separating of people from their money which goes on in those churches who have performed massive and "two millennia of heinous acts" (apology from John Paul II in 1999) is a real problem to be sure. That Pope was a good man and he admitted they created Heaven and Hell as well. Unfortunately some people have issues that this kind of thing feeds upon. And yes, although there is no Satan and Luciferianism (transit of Venus) is a study of the effects of the sun on life on Earth; some lesser cults including that of Anton LaVey, will use whatever mind candy they can to cause people to become their spiritual slaves

    Is it ghoulish or perverse to re-enact killing and swords piercing a body hung from the cross? I guess liturgy in some religions is barbaric if it is someone else's religion and when it is your own stupidity all is right.

    "The phenomenon of blood and water was considered a miracle by Origen. Catholics, while accepting the biological reality of blood and water as emanating from the pierced heart and body cavity of Christ, also acknowledge the allegorical interpretation: it represents one of the main key teachings/mysteries of the Church, and one of the main themes of the Gospel of Matthew, which is the homoousian interpretation adopted by the First Council of Nicaea, that "Jesus Christ was both true God and true man." The blood symbolizes his humanity, the water his divinity. A ceremonial remembrance of this is done when a Catholic priest says Mass: The priest pours a small amount of water into the wine before the consecration, an act which acknowledges Christ's humanity and divinity and recalls the issuance of blood and water from Christ's side on the cross. Saint Faustina Kowalska, a Polish nun whose advocacy and writings led to the establishment of the Divine Mercy devotion, also acknowledged the miraculous nature of the blood and water, explaining that the blood is a symbol of the divine mercy of Christ, while the water is a symbol of His divine compassion and of baptismal waters.

    In most variants of the Orthodox Divine Liturgy, the priest lances the host (prosphoron) with a liturgical spear before it is divided in honor of the Trinity, the Theotokos (Virgin Mary), and various other remembrances. The deacon recites the relevant passage from the Gospel of John, along with sections of the Acts of the Apostles dealing with commemoration of the saints. Most of these pieces, set aside, become the antidoron to be distributed after the liturgy, a relic of the ancient agape of apostolic times, considered to be blessed but not consecrated or sanctified in the Western understanding. The main piece becomes The Lamb, the host that is consecrated on the altar and distributed to the faithful for Holy Communion. For a fuller treatment, see Lamb (liturgy)."
    From Wikipedia.
    Last edited by R_Baird; 03-14-2016 at 01:12 PM.

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