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SpaceCadet0106 5 points ago +5 / -0

I’ve been thinking maybe that’s why NYC , and Cali, have turned into absolute crime ridden, disease infested, hell holes. Maybe God, is giving good people every reason to leave and every opportunity to leave before Sodom and Gomorrah, you know … sulfer and all.

Which brings back to the original story. (Side note: I feel all past stories are patterns and echos of present stories which are yet even just echos of the finally story) anyways original story God let’s Abraham know he’s going to wipe the evil cities off the planet. Abraham then begins to bargain, but what if there are 50 righteous, would you spare the city? God agrees then Abraham continues 45? 30? 20? And finally what if there were just 10 righteous in the city? Would you spare it for their sake? God agrees to this. Then unbeknownst to Abraham, God sends angles to gather out the only righteous left in the city Lots family. When they have successfully escaped, God unleashes his wrath on the city. Keeping his promise to Abraham, not one righteous fell, because He rescued them beforehand.

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SpaceCadet0106 1 point ago +1 / -0

Where I come from my believing the Bible in its canon form today, Jesus Christ is the loving God of mankind and the only redemptive force to save humanity from eternal destruction. Where you’re coming from the Church has been over taken and the texts are false and the truth has been hidden. Jesus is a lie. It seems both of us are acting on a basis of faith alone on which texts hold the truth. I ask you my friend, is there anything or any sign that could come before you that would make you consider the love of Christ?

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SpaceCadet0106 1 point ago +1 / -0

*long low whistle

Whew boy, I will not dismiss the fact that you have a great knowledge of old lost and buried histories. From what I can decipher from the comment alone is what you consider invaders I have know to be fallen angels and or in some case Nephilum (hybrids of humanity/beasts/fallen angles). You also have great understanding is Sumerian texts which I’ve always found to be an interesting skipped segment of history class, the Sumerian history being the first nearly successful One World Order. But it did not succeed… correct? Because here we are, in the midst of those old powers trying for that control once more. I think you should continue with this knowledge and gathering more from different sources not just the Richard fellow, he may have a lot of puzzle pieces but like every historian having some of the puzzle pieces doesn’t complete the picture. Where we struggle (you and I) to meet on the same terms is your divide from Jesus. I myself cannot convince you to be open to that again that is a choice to made on your own. But since you are so passionate on the subject and so thorough in the work, I do just ask that maybe perhaps, you go at it just once in a different direction. Perhaps look at it as in all the information you have gathered has lots of true factual components but consider that you have received them from a dark force that is asking you to see it from their point of view. You know doubt think a lot of Christian religion has purposely misled and hid things from the public for power. Now use that same skeptism with the story you have gathered so far. Likely the true real story could be somewhere in between trying desperately to break free. We are still in a world where much of everything is still chaos vs order, right vs wrong, dark vs light, truth vs lies. So whatever the honest to goodness true story is, by natural law of the universe there should be a good vs bad substance to it. Good luck my friend. I do envy your passion and time you’ve taken to find all these hidden things. Keep going! Your findings so far of great interest to me. I will keep you in my prayers whether you like it or not ;) because I think you have a true gift !

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SpaceCadet0106 2 points ago +2 / -0

Are you of the American persuasion for mystery Babylon? Or another theory? I’m interested.

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SpaceCadet0106 1 point ago +1 / -0

But don’t take my word for it, look into it some more yourself. It’s certainly a divisive hot topic even in the midst of church. But perhaps it’s a paper trail of new angle you havent been exposed to previously.

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SpaceCadet0106 1 point ago +1 / -0

The original Greek of the New Testament had the word “Harpazo” : to be caught up, snatched away. This is mentioned especially in Thessalonians, and the history of the letter to Thessalonians is that Paul spent 3 weeks teaching there, left, and then they received a a forged letter claiming to be Paul telling them deceptive theology, from whatever this forged letter said the Thessalonians were now in a panic because they were under the impression they had somehow missed the rapture, so Paul lays out his teachings again via the letter of Thessalonians explaining how the “harpazo” will come about. This term the “harpazo” is the original it is greek. Later these letters would be translated into Latin, the Latin translation of harpazo is “raptura” thus rapture. Im not here to argue pre trib, mid trib, post trib etc. for I don’t think any of those three opinions have any merit on one’s salvation. But I don’t like the Willy nilly theories that the rapture concept is a modern idea. The idea was there at the foundation of the church with the earliest of believers.

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SpaceCadet0106 3 points ago +3 / -0

Sorry, but “never again” isn’t an option, perhaps “never again” for our generation, but for mankind, it will always end this way. Always. Right now we are merely experiencing the echos of a an unstoppable future that has been hurtling towards us since the fall in Genesis. Again, it will always end this way until the rightful king returns and reclaims his rightful throne, bringing restoration to a fallen world and redemption to every willing man.

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SpaceCadet0106 31 points ago +31 / -0

These people are so short sighted. They can’t fathom the over arching bigger picture. It’s a zero-ed in idea of never ever getting covid, at the cost of social life, family, friends, cancer free and auto immune free living. They can’t get past it, they can’t zoom out and remember the whole point to end covid was to enjoy your life as a human. It’s covid free or bust. They have willingly destroyed everything they once valued in desperation to never admit they were wrong about it all. 1) it’s a rough cold, you will live 2) if they don’t force you on a vent, you will live 3) if you are treated with ivermectin or HCQ you will likely not even notice you have covid and you will live! The cost to admitting you were wrong is you get to live. The cost of double downing that you were right is you will live a very short, very sufferable, very isolated lonely fearful life that will end in death having never lived at all.

End rant.

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SpaceCadet0106 12 points ago +12 / -0

Watching storms is so very thrilling. I’m definitely the type to go sit on the porch so I can get a good birds eye view of our trampoline sailing away end over end. My whole extended family loves it, I thought it was normal until we all married and our husbands who explained to us that it was indeed not normal behavior. Is it not normal to know every meteorologist on every station and what nights they work? How to properly read weather radar? Tell the whole room to quiet down when we hear a weather alert siren on the screen? Text each other back and forth, giving wind speed updates, rain gage data, and rotation spotting s, like we are watching the Super Bowl? Don’t all families do that?

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SpaceCadet0106 31 points ago +31 / -0

It’s the same here in tornado alley, I’ve noticed recently, If it’s a super cell thunderstorm during prime time hours on a weekday, The news will interrupt regular programming every 5 minutes with 17 different “state of the art” tracking radars, 3 on the ground storm chasers and 2 meteorologist tag teaming across the newsroom, telling us about every raindrop and wind shift for the duration of the storm. If it’s midday on the weekend, you’ll be lucky if the weather alert banner even scrolls across the screen even if its the exact same caliber storm. And many many times if it was an obvious tornado but the news didn’t warn you about it, theyll send out the “expert” to assess the damage and determine it was “not a tornado” it was just very strong down burst winds , that blew your farm apart. Ill admit though I really enjoy the sensationalism of a weekday supercell, and it’s about the only tv news I’ll make a point to watch. I think it’s just because I’ve always found weather fascinating and to to watch how sensationalized it’s become in a mere decade is absolutely fascinating to me on a psychological level.

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SpaceCadet0106 4 points ago +4 / -0

77 newspapers drop dilbert, Catturd labeled 1 of 77 disinformation spreaders, 77% of voters say they are not voting for dem supporting candidates

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SpaceCadet0106 4 points ago +4 / -0

Toilet paper runs becoming the signal that shits about to hit the fan, is so poetic to me.

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SpaceCadet0106 25 points ago +25 / -0

You know what I found interesting was on the same day “dilbert” the comic announced it was dropped from 77 newspapers, catturd also announced he was on a Ivy League research curated list of the 77 most dangerous misinformation accounts… just strange

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SpaceCadet0106 3 points ago +3 / -0

In order to get our dog fixed we had to agree to a post op rabies shot. The dog we brought home was not the same dog we took in. He went absolute biserk for 3 full days. Trying to attack our other dog, he couldn’t drink enough water and would just gulp it down like crazy and pace back and forth all day long. It was shocking and terrifying to see. The vet was like “yea, sometimes that happens…” WHAT. THE. HELL.

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SpaceCadet0106 9 points ago +9 / -0

Watched a random YouTube video last week about a predicted September 23 Solar storm that may strengthen tropical storms and hurricanes … So random

Update: found it

https://youtu.be/6UqLT6V8Hfo

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SpaceCadet0106 2 points ago +2 / -0

My great grand parents lived to be on average 102, and had most of their wits about them till the end. Tow generations later and you can expect to live to only 76? And any year after that you’re likely in a home babbling incoherently with little to no motor skills. Modern Medicine is truly “astounding” .

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SpaceCadet0106 8 points ago +8 / -0

Good for thought.

In Romans 1:20- 28 Paul lays it all out.

When a society denies the Creator and replaces it with their own ideas.

“21For although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him, but their thinking became futile and their foolish hearts were darkened

Although they claimed to be wise, they became fools 23 and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images made to look like a mortal human being and birds and animals and reptiles.”

(Sounds like Creationism vs Evolution) (just sayin)

Then…

“26Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones. 27 In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed shameful acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their error.”

In 1962 the Bible was taken out of American schools. In 1970 the PRIDE moment officially began.

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SpaceCadet0106 2 points ago +2 / -0

Man do I wish you lived in my neck of the woods! The coffee shop discussions would be delightful to say the least. I feel very similar in your convictions. I’m a researcher by heart and even when I was a small child I had a desire to find all the historical facts that supplement the Christian Faith, not that I lacked any At all, it just brings me great joy when I see people looking for Noah’s ark, or the oldest Hebrew texts or any other archeological finds that are exactly what the Bible said they were. I’ve loved eschatology and I’m always interested in understanding how the spiritual realm intersects humanity such as in the days of Noah

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SpaceCadet0106 2 points ago +2 / -0

It’s funny, growing up in the Bible Belt, you heard under concerned breaths about how heretical it would be to rummage the pages of the book of Enoch, but while doing a study in the book of Jude recently (Jesus very own brother at that) Jude quotes Enoch. I know also there is a very specific passage in the book of Enoch that mentions that what he wrote “And I heard everything from them, and I saw and understood, but it was not for this generation to know, but for a remote one which is to come..”

This makes me ponder, perhaps the “non-canon books” were of no real benefit to the Christian’s before. The canon we have is what bolstered western civilization and brought about the doctrines of today which have blessed the world far and wide, but as western civilization has began to fracture and crumble perhaps now is the time to explore these ancient prophecies and histories to see what has been said. Just my personal pondering….

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SpaceCadet0106 3 points ago +3 / -0

She’s just positioning herself as a moderate left, if Biden’s administration implodes she wants to be there when the smoke clears as a voice of reason, “who will get the nation back to real democracy” and have a shot at that coveted first female President mirage, that feminist are hell bent on being the last crux of their female identity.

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