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Re: That Makes No Sense

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 15, 2000 18:34:27 UTC

Abortion is a form of sacrifice and is a savage act performed on a body of a person. It is an "invasion" even if it is permitted by our twisted law(s).

In Babylon: In time past, there was a statue made by those who could hear God (in their mind(s)) but the same people who heard the voice of God could not see the God which they heard. They agreed to make a statue in order to give a face to what they heard. (our ancestors were telepathic Just as Jesus and the rest of the prophets were) Everyone was amazed at this statue because it glowed and radiated heat. (you see: some who were given knowledge had made the first furnace, but in a shape of a humanoid)

The ones that made it were seeing that the statue was getting a lot of attention, so the makers of the statue decided to form a perimeter around the statue and ask anyone who wished to get closer to the statue to pay some sort of payment (food or trinkets or something of that nature). This was the first border of a piece of land and the first record of barter (you can call it by its modern name: Economics. Economics is based on the principal of sacrifice as we are tough in our schools). Eventually the crowds got larger and larger to where they had to be policed: At this point we had the formation of the first military platoon/police force to control the curious crowds who now wished to pay homage to this statue in order to thank the invisible God of their recent past which they understood in their minds until then. (you see the act of polytheism disconnected the population who visited Bal. from God in a short time. The act of being distracted from the constant thought communication with god was traded for a short term pleasure through the eyes which confused the image with that of God's invisibility to the point that they summarized that the voice they heard in their mind(s) was coming from the statue (or so they believed or prompted themselves to believe))

After a while longer the time spent of visiting the statue became greater than the time they spent on gathering food and preparing the fields. Remember that at that time most people were farmers and in the course of time they had bartered everything away to the makers to the statue for a glimpse at their new god. Now the control of power was in the hands of what we call the first type of clergy who under the pretence of piety robed the people of their wealth. Eventually the impious clergy decided to get work out of the people in order to work the fields and the live stock and tend to things in general. This the clergy did an paid the workers a minimal fee in trade for their work (just enough for them to survive and reproduce). Here come the problem: After some time the ordinary people got to be many and the ruling clergy had to think of a way to control the people as they were getting wise to the situation that they and their fathers had place them in. The clergy decided to tax the people for certain rights and to enforce the taxation with the might of their hired military force who had become comfortable with power and liked the idea of having power to control others. Some of these rights were attached to the number of children the ordinary people could have
had. You see the more children they had the more work was produced and more fees were paid out
to the working class of that time. The children became the elders insurance for their retirement etc. The clergy were seeing that in time they would loose control of the power that they had gotten to enjoy for so long. One day they decided to do something about it. So the clergy had their soldiers to block certain rives upstream and blockade trade activities. They attributed this to the command of their false god "Bal.". No one could argue because just hours before they were worshiping "Bal.". And in order to reduce the population in order to give the people what the ruling clergy had promised but could not deliver
the clergy decided to ask the people to voluntarily bring their young children to the statue and offer their lives as a form of sacrifice to Bal. in order to receive a blessing which the clergy gave out in various forms after the sacrifices were made. The people had become hungry and savage because they had forgotten about the Commands of the original God of Mercy and had replaced their original merciful belief with the belief in the system of sacrifice.

To cut a long story short: Today in place of sacrificing the children after they are born in to the world the same authorities (unknowingly) do he same but in the womb of the woman in place of in the furnace which was Bal. This the governments do because they can not make good on the promises they make to the people as the population is increasing and the greedy land owners who own the military and the guns do not wish to share their property (which should belong to everyone for use and enjoyment) with who do not wish to pay them some sort of fee: be it money or work (slavery, prostitution, etc.) There is a definite class of people today who benefit from using or mis-educating young girls (and boys too now) to become prostitutes and sell their bodies for food and shelter. Amongst other forms of slavery this is how desperate our society has become!

Best regards
Jisbond

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