Blind

Blind belief, the faith that kills

A British woman was interviewed after the latest Muslim attack in London that left seven dead and nearly fifty injured.  Her son got a knife stuck in him, with the words “this is for Islam!”  She said, “These people saying they’re doing it in the name of God is an absolute joke. The first commandment is “Thou shalt not kill, all faiths share that belief …”

Do they?

Actually, she is wrong about all faiths sharing the belief “You shall not kill.”  This is the trouble, many Westerners believe that Islam has that principle, or “the Golden Rule,” or the rule of conscience.  No.  In Islam, these are supplanted by Sharia law which is cast from the actions and words of Mohammed.

The reason they attack is because their holy book commands it!

Through Noah came the Noahide law, and through Moses the ten commandments.  Both  men from the Bible are regarded as prophets in the Quran. But Muslims regard Mohammed and  Sharia law as greater!

It’s true that God in the Old testament commanded killing, but it was a specific instance where the Israelites had to clear the giants out of Canaan, and those aligned with them.  There was a genetic problem, where Goliath’s brother had hands with six fingers and King Og of Bashan was 14 feet tall.  And a behavioural problem where the Canaanites did abominable things which God detested.

Nowhere else does God command indiscriminate killing.  Jesus, at his arrest, told his disciple to out down his sword, saying “those who live by the sword will die by the sword.”  Was he thinking of Mohammed’s arrival 600 years later when he said it?

It is true that most Muslims aren’t terrorists – but most terrorists are Muslims.    Islam also permits Taqiyya and Kitman, where Muslims can lie to us about their religion being “a religion of peace.”  Another law of theirs which is the opposite of ours, where we are told not to bear false witness.

The media and the politicians must know what’s in the Quran.  It’s their job to know what’s going on.  But they’re still censoring us by calling this “a terrorist attack.”  Why aren’t people allowed to use the ‘M’ word?

Breitbart editor Katie McHugh, got fired for tweeting out the truth on Saturday night.Katie-McHugh-tweet

Black star blind

david-bowie-lazarusI was sad to hear about Dave Bowie’s death at the age of 69.  I grew up with his music.  We thought of buying the album “Blackstar” he released days before his death.  His album is set to pass Adele on the sales charts.  After having a look at the music video, I decided not to.  It’s too dark.  

It’s about an alien trapped on earth, clinging to hope of some kind of immortal life in space.  There’s a lot of occult symbolism with that black solar disc, all open for interpretation.  Who knows what it means?  Not me.  But I know creepy when I see it.  About a minute into the clip “Blackstar” David appears, wearing a bandage over his eyes with buttons sewn on.  He sings “At the centre of it all, at the centre of it all, Your eyes, Ah-ah-ah.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kszLwBaC4Sw

Three’s a skeleton floating up to the Blackstar while a group of women are performing some sort of execution ritual.  At the 3.2 minute mark.  At the 6.17 mark there’s three scarecrows on what look like crosses, with knots on their wrists.  Knots have an association with magical power.  The scarecrows also have bandages with buttons over their eyes.

Coins used to be put over the eyes of the dead, so the soul could pay Charon to be ferried across the river Styx.  But what do buttons mean?

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Coraline2There’s a movie called “Coraline” that uses the theme of having buttons over the eyes.  Coraline is bored in her new home until she finds a secret door and discovers an alternate version of her life on the other side. On the surface, this parallel reality is eerily similar to her real life and the people in it only much better.  But this seemingly perfect world turns dangerous, and her other parents, who are wearing buttons over their eyes, try to trap her forever.  “You’re in terrible danger girl” a ghost warns.

Here’s the Trailer, it’s about 2.5 minutes long: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LO3n67BQvh0

David’s also wearing buttons over his eyes in “Lazarus.” That’s the track I looked at to begin with, hoping that his use of “Lazarus” explained his hope in the resurrection.  He sings “Look up here, I’m in heaven, I’ve got scars that can’t be seen, I’ve got drama, can’t be stolen, Everybody knows me now.”

In the second verse of Lazarus David Bowie sings “Look up here, man, I’m in danger, I’ve got nothing left to lose …”

The story of Lazarus comes from the Bible, John 11:1-44. He was a friend of Jesus, and he died, but Jesus brought him back to life on the fourth day.

“Lord,” Martha (the sister of Lazarus) said to Jesus, “if you had been here, my brother would not have died. But I know that even now God will give you whatever you ask.”

Jesus said to her, “Your brother will rise again.”

Martha answered, “I know he will rise again in the resurrection at the last day.”

Before he brought Lazarus back to life, Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life.  The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die. Do you believe this?” 

Did David Bowie believe it?  Do you?  That’s the key.

As for the button eyes, there are none as blind as those who cannot see.

Jesus talked about they eyes being the lamp of the body; The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are healthy, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eyes are unhealthy, your whole body will be full of darkness. If then the light within you is darkness, how great is that darkness!”  Matthew 6:22

“At the centre of it all, at the centre of it all, Your eyes, Ah-ah-ah.”

A man may go to heaven