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  • 01:02

    Monotheism and Enlightened Polytheism: Different Ways Of Seeing The Divine.

    in Spirituality

    Are Monotheism and Polytheism really as opposed to one another as we might think?  Are there elements of Polytheism which lend themselves to a better understanding of Monotheistic points of view?  When we consider the Infinite nature of Divinity we can better understand how impossible it is to present The Divine in one small package and still capture the totallity of The Source.  The Divine refuses to be "boxed in."  

    For more on Temple Of The Infinite Universe go to: http://www.hermetictemple.com

  • 01:00

    Monotheism For Mass Mind Control

    in Christianity

    Discussing monotheism vs Polytheism. Most believe that it was progress when monotheism replaced Polytheism especially with with the arrival of Christianity.
    I argue here that on the contrary, that polytheism was the advanced form of deism and when monotheism came on the scene this was a giant leap backwards and the beginning of full on mass social control based on fear and hate. That prior to monotheism people were of a much more individual character more free more creative more tolerant and far LESS primitive than they became especially with the advent of Christianity.

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  • 02:04

    PMP: Brythwen Sinclair - "A Year with Dea", Filianic meditations

    in Spirituality

    RevKess and Kalisara try to bring you a wide variety of authors and artists within Paganism, including those focused on lesser-known traditions. From the Daughters of Shining Harmony website: "Filianism is the Faith of God the Mother and Her Celestial Daughter. It also incorporates the Seven Great Angels, and other feminine Angelic beings."

    A Year with Dea is a companion book to Rose Petals: A Filianic Psalter. A Year with Dea provides daily meditations for followers of Dea, in the Filianic tradition. Meditations are presented with the dates of both the Filianic liturgical year and the Julian calendar.

    Brythwen Sinclair is the author of A Year with Dea and Rose Petals, and will be joining us to talk about her books, as well as Filianism in general.

  • 00:45

    The A.D. God Wants You To Have Sex And Kill Some People Then Laugh

    in Religion

    No inscrutable fictional God existed prior to A.D. 1 or A.D. 325. And  the world did not become overpopulated under the B.C. population but the wold swiftly populated since Christianity was inaugurated. Why since God and Jesus come into society people started to have more sex, and overpopulate earth. Why since the holy spirit came there are more mentally ill people, unable to use words correctly, people began to kill each other senselessly  far more than anquity. In recent civilizations, such at the time of Sargon, Hammurabi I have not read of any their society killing itselt. And the Sumerians of Mesopotamia then believed that the Gods ruled the cities, which made it a theocracy, a government  by divine authority. But eventually, however ruling power passed into the hands of worldly figures or kings.  The Godessess and God no longer rule and no more paganism/polytheism but--monotheism under a spirit God, and the people's energy change and they turn unnatural and foolish and started to kill others and that was what God wanted.

  • 00:45

    In Primordial Africa Were There Historic Account of Biblical God and Jesus?

    in Religion

    My brother Ruel offered this question as follows: He asked; when we were in Africa, before the European criminal invasion, did we know anything about Jesus? Since all that we know today of God and his son Jesus Christ, were taught to us by those criminals in their conquest of enslavement of our ancestors

    The earliest evidence we have for religious faith in Africa is from Egypt, where by 3000 BCpeople were already worshipping Isis, Osiris, Ra, and the Amen. Further south, the Kushites seem to have also worshipped these gods, along with their own gods, Apedemak and Sebiumeker. Some Nubian gods, like Bes, seem to have travelled north to Egypt too.    


  • 01:33

    Rand Flem-Ath: Killing Moses: Solving History's Oldest Cold Case Mystery

    in News

    KILLING MOSES reveals little-known Roman documents that record Jesus’ formative adult years in Egypt where he travelled to become a master magician like his hero, Moses. Armed with a magician’s skills he saw through the acts of illusion and mass hysteria that had led to the murder of Moses. It was this dark secret that he took to Jerusalem and threatened to expose. 

    Why is so little known about the death of Moses – the greatest prophet of the Old Testament? There are no witnesses – no body – no funeral – and “…no one knows to this day where his burial place is.” The clues to this ancient mystery lie in the disturbing circumstances surrounding his disappearance. 

    Sigmund Freud believed that the prophet was killed and replaced by an imposter. He concealed his findings for years; fearing his conclusions too radical for the times. Only after he left Nazi-occupied Austria and was safely in London did he reveal the implications of his forty-year obsession into the dark side of the prophet. He believed that the first Moses was born and raised in Egypt and was indoctrinated into a secret cult of monotheism. The second Moses was an imposter, Freud argued, who, unlike the original mild-mannered, peace-loving man, was possessed of the necessary ruthless streak to lead a nation. But Freud never identified this ‘second’ Moses. 

    Rand Flem-Ath has a Master’s degree in Library Science (UBC) and a B.A. in sociology and anthropology (SFU). He has published on the origins of agriculture in the Anthropological Journal of Canada. She has a B.A. in English Literature (SFU). In the UK she was an assistant editor for the FT’s Media Monitor. Rand and Rose are the authors of the international bestseller WHEN THE SKY FELL (first published in Canada in January 1995). 

  • 02:59

    In Fiction God Is Immoral And Yeshua's Death Is a Crime Against Humanity Why?

    in Music

    The bible presents the word God in a fictional context, because African and Mesopotamian religion has no history for God as a person. The following is what maked God and Jesus a fraud: [The Mesopotamian  first human religion was, of course, {pagan}   and {polytheistic,} and is therefore saparated by a profound spiritual gulf from the monotheism of Judaism and Christianity. Moreover, both the Old and New Testaments are imbued with an ethical sensitivity and moral fervor that have no counterparts in the comparable Mesopotamian  documents. Neither Sumer, nor Babylon, nor Assyria ever  arrived at the lofty persuasion that a "pure heart" and "clean hands" were spiritually more meaningful than elaborate riturals and sacrifices. The bond of love between god and man, while not entirely absent from Mesopotamian  religious thought, is certainly  far less significant there than it is in Judaism and Christianity. But the early Mesopotamians did develop the concept  of a personal and  family god, echoed in the Biblical "god of Abraham, Isaac  and Jacob"--and between this guardian deity and his adoring worshipper there was a tender, close and trusting relationship comparable in some ways to the one that exist between Jehovah and the patriarchs. Mesopotamian literature, like its [religion]  and law,  has also affected the entire Western world.    

  • 01:58

    YAHWEH: The unique monotheism of the Hebrews (O monoteismo singular dos Hebreus)

    in Christianity

    O teu trono, ó Deus, é pelos séculos dos séculos; E cetro de eqüidade é o cetro do teu reino.
    Amaste a justiça, e odiaste a iniqüidade; Portanto Deus, o teu Deus, te ungiu com o óleo de alegria acima dos teus companheiros. Salmos 45:6-7
    Sábado, 13 de Dezembro, 19h Portugal (15h Brasília)

    Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever; And scepter of righteousness is the scepter of thy kingdom.
    Thou hast loved righteousness, and hated iniquity; Therefore God, thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above thy fellows. Psalm 45: 6-7
    Saturday, December 13th, 2pm EST / 1pm CST / 12pm MST / 11am PST - USA

  • 02:57

    In the late 600s AD, another monotheistic faith, Islam, came to Africa

    in Music

    Africa and the first intelligent humans recorded since 200,000 years ago, a indigent religion taught in all civilizations the workings of the forces of nature and fact of their existence. Then there was migration, and the latter evil monotheism Christian, Islam and Judaism which damaged cognition and made people docile.

  • 00:37

    Animal Sacrifice - Taboo to Satanists?

    in Blogs

    Tune in Saturday as I discuss Animal Sacrifice with Dr. Tom Erik Raspotnik of Temples of Satan.  Do some Satanists actually commit sacrifice or is this a pop-culture meme?  The Temples of Satan is a Theistic Satanic Temple and maintains charters and lodges under its covenant drafted in 2011.  While members appear to be scarce, those that claim it also find shelter under religious freedom in America; which happens to include animal sacrifice!

    Keep an eye on this topic as a follow-up show will be conducted with Melissa Colton - Goodwin who will present a dissenting view as an animal trainer and animal rights advocate.