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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Pope is not a disciple. Peter was not the first pope. The church in Rome stole its authority from the original church in Jerusalem.

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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Catholic Church and the Pope are the reason that most Christian religions celebrate Sunday instead of the real Sabbath on Saturday. They just did that by fiat.

They also ignore Jesus' own words and claim that the Crucifixion occurred on what they call "Good Friday." Jesus said that proof of His being the Messiah would be that, just like Jonah was in the whale for three days and three nights, He would be in the earth for three days and three nights. "Good Friday" until the wee hours of Sunday morning is only a day and a half. The Crucifixion must have occurred on Wednesday. The Catholic Church knew what day it was and lied to all of us.

They have even implied that the Resurrection occurred on Sunday morning at sunrise, when the empty tomb was found before daylight, everything was quiet and still, the stone had rolled away, and the Roman troops had fled on fear of death. So the Resurrection might have occurred on Saturday evening just as the Sabbath ended.

These are facts, not "talking points."

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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

Gematria is rubbish. You can convert words into numbers, but the reverse is make believe. Thousands of choices, and these people choose the "meaningful" ones. And there are gullible people who believe it.

It's similar to the "Bible Code" where you take the original text of the Bible, print it in columns, and find "messages" by skipping so many letters and picking letters to spell things. You can actually do the very same thing with any long text. I corresponded with the Amazing Randi about this many years ago. I took a chapter of "Moby Dick," put it in WordPerfect, deleted all the spaces and punctuation, capitalized all the letters, and created a huge rectangle out of the text. I found all kinds of words and "messages." Randi agreed with my findings.

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Aspie 2 points ago +2 / -0

I use Newshosting. They have great retention and it doesn't cost much. I have downloaded tens of thousands of books and hundreds of thousands of MP3 files, including music and old time radio shows.

Usenet is more than just girlie photos.

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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

For William Cooper, go here on Archive.org: "https://archive.org/details/@truthintel'

This lists items posted by one user. Look for the items named as follows:

"William Cooper (Hour of the Time) Part ___"

Start with Part 1. You can listen to them online or download the MP3 files for later listening. Most of the shows exist, but a few are missing.

I am in the middle of downloading them for my own archive. This particular user has posted some other interesting broadcasts.

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Aspie 2 points ago +2 / -0

A local radio station has switched to Christmas records today.

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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

Here's my favorite recording with "almost" in the title.

"Almost" by George Morgan from 1952:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmgn7m2MVqQ

Clever lyrics.

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Aspie 4 points ago +4 / -0

"hundreds of people might die"

I almost laughed when Tucker said that about what would happen if we had World War III.

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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't agree with the idea that people don't have enough physical time to read. They say "tldr" to anything over a couple of sentences. There is plenty of time, if they cut down on phones, tv, games, and sports.

I might have a good grasp of how an atomic bomb is constructed, but I can't tell you how in just a sentence or two. All I could tell you in a sentence or two is the rough theory. That little amount of knowledge could kill you.

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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

I can set many more Mormons straight, if given the chance.

I have been reading since the 60s. That's time enough to read books I wanted to read, such as detective novels and science fiction, and books I needed to read, such as histories, religious works, sciences, and math. I have read thousands of books. I have a huge library at home. And I have many more years, hopefully, to read even more.

The blurb on that book you mentioned says "viewed through the lenses," which means someone else's ideas of what the books say. I'd rather read for myself and get it unfiltered by someone else's "lens."

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Aspie 2 points ago +2 / -0

A Jew with a Marxist father, and all he knows how to draw is colored rectangles. And he died way back in 1970.

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Aspie 13 points ago +13 / -0

It's easy to deny one man's "claims," but there was other evidence. She's just hoping everyone is too lazy to find it.

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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

I just didn't see how any of the usual things would apply here.

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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

There is more time than most people are willing to spend. They waste all day with their eyes glued to their phones, or playing video games, or watching sports. I don't do any of that, so I have plenty of time to read a lot, even opposing ideas so I know where they're coming from and I can refute them.

I read the entire Book of Mormon, even though I knew it was false. Then when the suit boys on the bicycles came by, I was able to refute them right from their own book. They gave up and left fairly quickly. Likewise, I have read works by Aleister Crowley and John Dee so I understand the evil they produced.

We can't fight what we don't know about.

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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

I only went there because they had a Sam's Club, and our town didn't. It was a bit closer than Goldsboro. I did shop at the mall one time at Christmas.

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Aspie 2 points ago +2 / -0

Went from 300 to 1200, eventually to 56k. Things were quicker back then, because it was all text, which takes very little bandwidth.

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Aspie 3 points ago +3 / -0

I typed Q into Yandex and got 22,000,000 results consisting of apparently random pages that happen to have the letter q on them or in the title.

Not a single result having to do with Colorado Springs.

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Aspie 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sometimes it takes a lot of words. It's bad that the current generation seems to all be ADHD with the attention span of a goldfish. I can't even watch TV because the scenes flash by so fast I can't even focus on anything.

Everyone needs to be able to read long passages, even entire books, to gain knowledge. It takes a lot of words to explain complicated things.

People are just watching super short TikToks and "reading" graphic novels that are almost nothing but pictures.

This is superficial and not in depth. This is why those people in the videos don't know how many states there are or how far you can go in an hour if you're going 60 MPH. They see knowledge go by, but don't grab any of it.

Slow down and read the words.

Read the Bible. Read some Shakespeare or Plato or Tacitus or anything other than cereal boxes and comic strips.

The guy in the drawing refusing knowledge is pathetic.

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