Friday, 22 November 2013

The rise of collectivism - the rise of communism

Communism, community-ism. The idea that the populace at large are masters of destiny - when appropriately led of course. Communism is nowadays seen as mein fuhrer and his masses, Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Kim Jung Il. But the truth of the matter is that Britain embodies more of the ideals of Marxism than any communist dictatorship. The state you see, is the people, democracy - mob rule. Not 'The power that is' -one leader but 'The Powers that Be' -the rule of populace.

So when I read today that parents that buy alcohol for their children should be named and shamed, I immediately think to myself of the socialists in America who say that a child belongs to everyone and not just their parents. But of course in communism/socialism - a child does belong to everyone, in communism everyone is a ward of the state - it has to be that way to stop the (lol) rich bourgeoisie from ever taking power - and they always do - because its that rich bourgeoisie that manipulates events to ensure they take power.

this is quite short, but to me this is an example of what happens when you push God out of society. God is King, but you can't have kings in the New World Order - well, at least at first, seemingly.

ach, personality cults are so useful. 

Saturday, 9 November 2013

Repent of your sins - NOT

Repent! and believe the gospel!

What gospel? An average church will teach that the gospel is Jesus death, burial and resurrection, and that everyone who repents of their sins and lives for Christ - will be saved.

However this is not the case.

The Gospel i.e. good news is indeed all about Jesus' life, death, burial and resurrection, but the good news is that Jesus came to earth! He came to earth to live, die and rise again. He died for your sins, my sins, everyones sins, he paid the price so that we don't have to, and by simply believing that Jesus died for your sins - your saved, you're going to heaven, no works, no repenting of sins, no living for Christ.

Thats salvation covered.

Being lazy I've listed every occasion of repentance in the bible, indeed sometimes it refers to sin, but to repent means to "change or turn", its like walking a path somewhere, and coming to where the road splits in two, two choices, you can continue on the original path, or go the new way. To say that Jesus wants you to change that path in order to be saved, is works. But repentance is indeed biblical, but it doesn't relate to anything to do with salvation, repenting won't save you, nor will not repenting cause you to lose salvation. It's just something that a christian does BECAUSE of salvation, because you love God - remember that there is nothing we can do to save ourselves, all we do is say "Thanks God, thanks Jesus". Then you do the works, thats why James says faith without works is dead - hes speaking to christians - dead doesn't mean spiritually dead - it means inactive, not working - Like a dead battery. Faith is still faith. faith is what saves,

 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast. - Ephesians 2:8-9

Repent of your sins is a pernicious heresy, its infiltrated a confused, and ignorant modern church, it swallows up babes in Christ who know so little of the bible that they simply quote the words of popular preachers as their own. I've been there, I've done that - I used to believe all manner of heresies, and I can tell you that the quickest, and easiest way to throw that heresy away, is to find one really good church, and go there, and cut everyone and everything else out. and STUDY your bible.

The problem is too many preachers, too much confusion, and nice sounding words. People like Paul Washer are sending people to hell, truly. They're preaching works, so before they're even saved they're listening to him and thinking "I need to repent". But repenting is something YOU DO, not something God does, and salvation comes from God. It doesn't matter if your intentions are good, but if you're believing the gospel. If you're not, then your working for your salvation, like a muslim or a catholic, and without the gospel they're both heading downward. So if you think that repentance is something you have to do to be saved, repent of that false belief - turn from it, and turn to God, simply believe the gospel - then you will be saved.

Friday, 8 November 2013

Where is truth, justice and liberty today?

He that speaketh truth sheweth forth righteousness: but a false witness deceit.  

Proverbs 12:17-19

We have a real problem in the world today, A man - a Somali man - is on the run from British police. The furor exists because this man is suspected of being part of the CIA funded Al-Shibab, which authorities say carried out the Kenyan hostage/siege thing that happened a while back. Apparently this Somali man is Satan incarnate, because he claims that MI5 tortured him, and is throroughly suing him. The real problem of course, is that this man escaped dressed in a Burkha. This is scary, be afraid, be very afraid.

Where is truth and justice today? Can you honestly trust the news? News agencies today blithely report TORTURE by our governments as if its a little bit of extra cash on the side, or a a bit of naughtiness. If the newsmedia truly cared about truth and justice, wouldn't they be going crackers over this? I mean, if they can do this abroad, under the nose of a sovereign government, why can't they do it here where they rule the roost? Who's going to stop them?!

This is where I get REALLY ANGRY, you see, torture is one step away from execution, any government that does this should be removed, and then imprisoned. Its a direct violation of the Bill of Rights - yes Britain has a Bill of Rights, and its a violation of the Geneva convention, and of the European Human Rights Act. Yet nobody says a word. The main problem of course, is that the News media not only fails to act appropriately towards crimes against humanity, but often it won't report on it, or will simply lie. why do they do this?

They are our manipulators, Last night, on Question Time, the debate was this - "Should we ban Burkhas", now - should that have been the main topic of debate? In a just society, in a land that loves liberty? Should it not have been talk of revolution? OUR GOVERNMENT TORTURES PEOPLE, WITHOUT ANY HESITATION, ALL OVER THE WORLD!

Recently Steven Anderson covered Revelation 18, which refers to the destruction of Babylon, He referred to America as the American Empire, which is essentially the modern day Babylonian/Roman/Greek Empire. He thoroughly believes that the American Empire will be nuked by the Kings of the Earth for its sins which have spread across the Earth, one of which is the sin of Hollywood, which has deceived the entire world. One of the horrors which we humans now face is the violation of liberty, and the violation of long established human rights, which are enshrined in the US constitution, which is based upon BRITISH common law. I capitalize british for one reason - before America was the champion of freedom and liberty, We - here in the UK, were the European champion of freedom and liberty. We had our problems, but one thing we ensured was this:

No excessive bail or "cruel and unusual punishments" may be imposed.

Not only is it disgusting that we here in the UK don't carry a copy of our rights around like many Americans do, nor cherish those rights as INALIENABLE or given by GOD, but even more so, is that many people would gladly take those rights away from people without any hesitation, simply because HOLLYWOOD has made it that people view the world in this skewed way, where the government has its secret police, who are always right, and that people who act like unintelligent cavemen and just shoot people on sight is cool and normal, Truly Satan runs Hollywood, and runs the hearts and minds of billions who are deceived, It is not good to shy away from injustice, it is in fact EVIL to wish injustice on others. Yet we allow, neigh apathetically support these injustices on others because of cowardess, and laziness. I don't know if its the TV, fluoride, aspartame, chemtrails or whatever thats causing people to shy away from saying NO, but I think more than anything its selfishness. But one day folks, its all going to come back to haunt you. It may be brown people far far away who are the enemy off our governments at the moment, but one day folks, they'll bring US ALL into remembrance, and then the hammer - and the sickle is going to fall.

Oh, and lets not forget that God had Babylon NUKED. Don't think that he's going to just let you get off scot free.

And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.

Revelation 18:4

Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Arch linux, I love it!

It may not be the most talked about Linux distribution, but it most certainly IS the most controversial. Seen as the flyboy's distro, bleeding edge, likely to break at any time; Arch Linux has its fair share of detractors.

But theres something elegant about it. Once set up, it tends to go without a hitch, and theres plenty of ways to automate the install process, you can even download premade distros, some that actually endeavour to increase stability. Arch, after all thats been said about it, may be the most extensible distribution of them all.

I've been using Arch for about two months now, and had my own problems with it, mainly bluetooth and pulseaudio. I decided to try Manjaro - thinking it would be too difficult to install arch and keep my original home folder. But in the end I knew I needed Arch, its just too nice to be there on the edge of the cliff, feeling the wind in my hair, knowing any moment I could fall, and that my computer could explode. Its a good feeling.

Arch to me, is quite a libertarian distribution, its definitely small government, it lets you do whatever you want. You can simply have a cli environment, or you can have any DE/WM you want, seriously, it has THE largest selection of DE's out there, all the latest upstream releases. Its kernel is as close as you can get to upstream, and if you use the AUR you can get that too (or compile yourself).

Installation is ridiculously hard first time round, if you've never done it before you're going to have to follow the wiki or use a youtube video, or if you like you can have a pop at the aui script - which I used today to reinstall arch (utterly amazing, goes above and beyond!)

It solved almost every problem I had (bar the home folder problem which simply required me to specify the home folder in useradd)

I feel that Linux is pretty much the answer to the problem of safety and security on the web. Its inherently more secure - largely due to root access being restricted, and when you're using up to date programs you have all the loveliness of upstream security updates, with no one inbetween. Try Arch, theres not much to say about it other than its a real learning experience, one that is mightily fulfilling.

Saturday, 26 October 2013

The Pre-trib Rapture debunked - by Pastor Steven Anderson

Pre-Tribulation Rapture Arguments Debunked
Can you answer these questions?

1. The pre-tribber says…“The Olivet Discourse is talking to the Jews.” (i.e. Matt 24, Mark 13, & Luke 21)

Really? Can you prove that?
This is what Jesus said at the end of the Olivet Discourse:
Mark 13:37 “And what I say unto you I say unto all, Watch.”
The only reason pre-tribbers want to believe that the Olivet Discourse is “only talking to the Jews” is to explain away these key verses:
Matt 24:29-31Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken: And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.”

2. The pre-tribber says… “The elect is talking about Israel, not Christians.”
Really? Then explain this verse:
Rom 11:7 “What then? Israel hath not obtained that which he seeketh for; but the election hath obtained it, and the rest were blinded”
How can “the election” or “the elect” be Israel in light of this verse? The term “elect” is used in the New Testament to denote ONLY those who are saved, whether they be Jew or Gentile.

3. The pre-tribber says… “The rapture can happen at any moment because Jesus said that no man knoweth the day nor the hour. The rapture could happen right now!”
Really? Where did Jesus say that? You’re not sure? Let me help you…he said it in the Olivet Discourse:
Matt 24:36 “But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels of heaven, but my Father only.”
Mark 13:32 “But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father.”
In fact, that’s the ONLY place he said it. But I thought you pre-tribbers think that the Olivet Discourse is only talking to the Jews? Didn’t you say it was not about the rapture? Is it about the rapture or not? If not, then why are you using this verse to say that no man knoweth the day nor the hour of the rapture? If it is about the rapture, then you will have to deal with these verses:
Matt 24:29-31Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken: And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.”
Have you decided yet? Maybe these verses will help:
Matt 24:40-42 “Then shall two be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left. Two women shall be grinding at the mill; the one shall be taken, and the other left. Watch therefore: for ye know not what hour your Lord doth come.”
These verses are OBVIOUSLY referring to the rapture.

4. The pre-tribber says… “There are no signs leading up to the rapture! It could happen at any time!”
Really? Do you have scripture for that?
Why did Jesus then tell us to watch? Watch for what?
Matt 24:42 “Watch therefore: for ye know not what hour your Lord doth come.”
Matt 24:33 “So likewise ye, when ye shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors.”
Luke 21:31 “So likewise ye, when ye see these things come to pass, know ye that the kingdom of God is nigh at hand.”

5. The pre-tribber says… “Jesus will come in the rapture as a thief in the night!”
Really? Where does the Bible say that? Let’s look at it together:
1Thess 5:1-2 “But of the times and the seasons, brethren, ye have no need that I write unto you. For yourselves know perfectly that the day of the Lord so cometh as a thief in the night.”
But let’s keep reading…
1Thess 5:3-6 “For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape. But ye, brethren, are not in darkness, that that day should overtake you as a thief. Ye are all the children of light, and the children of the day: we are not of the night, nor of darkness. Therefore let us not sleep, as do others; but let us watch and be sober.”

6. The pre-tribber says… “The rapture must be before the tribulation because God has not appointed us to wrath (1 Thess 5:9). God has always delivered his people before he poured out his judgment (e.g. Noah, Lot, etc.).
God’s wrath will not be poured out until after the tribulation!
Read these scriptures:
Matt 24:29Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken:”
So the sun and moon will be darkened after the tribulation.
Rev 6:12-17 “And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood; And the stars of heaven fell unto the earth, even as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs, when she is shaken of a mighty wind. And the heaven departed as a scroll when it is rolled together; and every mountain and island were moved out of their places. And the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man, hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains;” And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb: For the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?”
God’s wrath does not come until after the tribulation. The great day of his wrath (i.e. the Day of the Lord) comes after the opening of the sixth seal. The rapture takes place the same day, just before God pours out his wrath.
Matt 24:29-31 “Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken: And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.”

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Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Demons in Dreams

Demonic attacks are real, we've all had those experiences where we wake up in the middle of the night paralysed, to find a weight on your chest. Unable to move, you hear banging screaming, maybe even physical sensations, voices in your ears - so on and so forth.

Science calls this sleep paralysis, this always terrifying experience is supposed to be hormonal in nature, and nothing to worry about. Yet occasionally, this terrifying encounter can also lead to that phenomena known as 'alien abduction', which has many, rather startling implications to it.

I've catalogued my own experience with the 'alien abduction' phenomena - and how the name of Jesus dealt with that rather spiffingly. But just because that has been dealt with, it doesn't mean that my own stupidity can't evoke other encounters - such as what I experienced just this last night.

After a rather wonderful nights sleep, I suddenly awaken, only to fall back asleep again. Suddenly
this boy is before me, blonde haired, what appeared to be a sports tee-shirt on. He in a friendly and jovial fashion says something to me (which I cannot remember sadly), and immediately I'm aware that this was something sinister and evil, and so I rebuke it. At this moment, the most terrifying demonicencounter I have ever had begins. I don't know why, but I was utterly petrified, even when I hadso-called aliens standing in my bedroom I wasn't as scared as I was here.
This child begins screaming, in a non human way, and banging the chair I was sitting on (in the dream) - it was almost like zombie, I begin circling the chair, screaming constantly. I rebuked it in the name of Jesus "I command you in the name of Jesus to go to the abyss", each time It got more scary.

Until finally I simply prayed. Then I woke up.


You're probably wondering why I was so scared. Well, my own theory is that this is the most powerful demon I've ever encountered, this demon, was in fact most likely brought on by the self help tapes I've been downloading, hypnosis etc. Recently blasphemy has been filling my head, and
I've not been a happy bunny. I personally think that this demon has been whispering in my ear, making my life a misery. So when I prayed before bed last night that I be freed from this sin, What happens? The demon makes a last ditch attempt to terrify me, to do anything to mess with my head.

You see, dreams are the perfect environment for demons to get to you, you're already in an altered state, creating visual artefacts we know as dreams, when you see these people in dreams you assume it to be reality and these people to be real - so you're disarmed. Dreams are the perfect
environment to subliminally change beliefs and opinions. Just think of all those people in the dreams, people you've never seen before, could one of them in fact be a demon in disguise?

Theres plenty of information on google about demons in dreams. God is faithful, and my prayer was answered, but I've had dreams before that I can now correlate to the same phenomenon.             

Anyway, if you've encountered similar 'nightmares' please write below or send me a message.

God bless.

Saturday, 19 October 2013

Why my opinion on Alex Jones has changed.

I used to despise Alex Jones, I used to honestly think he was an agent for the CIA or NSA or even the illuminati themselves. But, my opinion has changed vastly. I now think he's most definitely a good thing for us all.

Whats changed?

Firstly, I repent of writing about his Piers Morgan appearance, and sending it to Henry Makow for him to put on his site. I was arrogant, self centred and self important. What good was I doing the truth movement when I discredited a highly important figure in the movement.

It seems to be the vogue to hit on Alex Jones, I guess its because we do so little and he is capable (due to his position) of doing such good. Today, as I write, he's out there in San Antonio marching for the second amendment, and here I am writing this watching Star Wars.

Basically, my view has changed because I was acting out of envy, and I was wrong to do so. Alex is an inspirer, he's inspired a lot of young men to get off their backsides and do something great, and what have we done folks? Made youtube videos criticizing him because we 'suspect' him?

Suspect is not proof.

My opinion changed a few weeks/months ago, when he said that Jesus was his Lord, I don't have the exact video, or date, or anything..but He was talking about the elites being satanists and getting quite emotional about it, and I thought woah - this is truth. I do think Alex may have lost his way, but it was nothing for me to write about, and I do agree with him now telling Piers Morgan that 1776 would commence, I actually think I would have said something similar had I been there - Morgan is indeed a proven agent of the elites.

So I am a subscriber, I heartily watch whenever I can, and I support Alex in whatever he does.

God bless America, Britain and those who work to secure the freedom of their peoples!

Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Modern Version attack on Biblical authority

Today I think it would be wise to discuss the authority of the bible, and why it is so necessary for us all to fight against the philosophy of textual criticism.
If perhaps we were to look at a document like the US constitution, perfect in its current form (in the sense of 'exactly like the original'- being the original), we would consider the original 1st century autographs to be, perfect. Nowadays however, we don't possess these autographs, Its almost like what we have is a large series of pocket constitutions, made hundreds of years after the original, and the constitution itself is gone.
Imagine however, that each constitution was copied by hand, and each one maybe had a minor difference in spelling or even a word here and there different. If you were to bring them all together, you could use the vast majority to counter those changes, and get a perfect representation of the original. This would be the majority text, however this is also corrupted, due to the prevailing philosophies behind it, that of textual criticism, which still has many ommissions when compared to the Received Text.

Textual Criticism, its a hard subject to deal with. Basically, it could be viewed as a survey of available texts, but largely its a survey of the alexandrian line, and making other manuscripts fall into line. The alexandrian 'eclectic' line of manuscripts is referred to as the superior - or best available manuscripts, a lie as we all know. Codex Sinaiticus and Vaticanus were little used prior to 1881, and despite their catholic origin, there is a reason they were unused. They were messy, heavily edited, and now they're used as the basis for ALL modern translations. Is this preservation by God? I think not!

Textual Critics, first and foremost treat the bible as middle east mythology, the same way they treat the Sumerian scriptures, and Enuma Elish, thats how they treat the Hebrew Old Testament, and thats how they treat the New Testament. The thousands of fragments mean nothing to them, no more than Josephus or the works of Caesar. Is this how we want our bible treated? For instance, I spent the best part of an hour trying to find a biblical history book on kindle that DIDNT treat the bible as an exagerrated fale history of ancient Israel. I had to go back to a book from 1870 in order to find that. You would do well to find a biblical commentary somewhere that doesn't come right out and say that the bible either lies, an author exagerrates, or its just plain wrong in light of modern archaeological findings. Those same commentators, are often bible translators.

The Bible has to be infallible, I know most people disagree here, it can of course be "the best we have at the moment", but if thats the case, where do we stop? According to Textual Critics we can never be 100% certain that what God wrote - we have. So why bother? Even if they are correct, there are plenty of other scholars saying that the TR is the correct manuscript line, and thus we can be happy and start translating bibles from it again, right?


If they were to do that, then they have a COMPLETED manuscript! They can't continually revise and edit it, and thus the big scam to make publishers and scholars loads of money is over with. Thats why we have a new ESV every five years, a new NIV every five years. Its not to accomodate new discoveries (if so ever generation of Christendom has been in darkness, and most likely still is), its not to accomodate better scholarship. Its to make MORE MONEY for the publishers. Thats why Thomas Nelson produced the NKJV, and also carries two dozen other translations. Thats why Zondervan produces both the NIV and carries the Satanic Bible. Thats why they all have their own commentary series, and study bibles, and why they copyright their materials. Its to make money, not to edify the churches. Its also why they say that the KJV is majestic, and a work of monumental importance - because they all sell it, of course, its flawed in light of better scholarship, I mean Paul didn't say 'brethren' he obviously said "brothers and sisters", and Paul didn't think women should be silent in church really did he, nor did he really want women to have long hair, and stay away from teaching males. No no, of course not - our better scholarship - will solve this problem of biblical misogyny.
Isn't it sad? That Christianity has been essentially gelded in the last 100 years? That thanks to not only the illuminati but also thanks to our own vanity we have allowed ourselves to become money pits for unscrupulous scholars, and to be mentally controlled by the media. So on two fronts the bible has been attacked. Not only are we convinced that we evolved from apes, but that the bible is an invalid source of history. The KJV is dull, old, boring and inaccurate - yet the NIV is seen no greater in the eyes of the non-believer, it doesn't help anyone. A Christian saved by grace SHOULD have no trouble with a KJV, when I first got saved, I remember I went upstairs, grabbed an old KJV and read the whole of 2 Peter, and there and then I knew God was real - because he described the present age.

Sadly within about a week I had fallen for the "KJV if inferior" line, and had bought and NKJV, I now have over 25 different bible translations on my bookshelf, hundreds of pounds worth of study materials, and all I needed was the KJV. (You can even look over my various blog posts and see the hatred I had for the KJV, for absolutely no reason).
I know the thought processes of the anti-KJV movement. But I tell you this, the one man who had faith in Jesus Christ was William Tyndale, the one translation that I can guarantee you would be faithful to the word of God is Tyndale's translation - the basis for the KJV. This man had such honor that he made a mistake in Matthew 23, and he prefaced it with a big apology! Nowadays they would wait 5 years before telling everyone, and call it a cadence of the greek or something ;)

Anyway rant over, God bless.

Tuesday, 13 August 2013

KJV only, preservation, understanding, Greek, Tyndale and Modern Versions.

Answering questions on the KJV

Is the KJV the inspired, preserved word of God? Or is there in fact another translation that is inspired and preserved, and in fact the KJV has errors?

Yes the KJV is the inspired, preserved word of God. God says that he will preserve his word, I personally vouch for the Wycliffe bible as the first act of preserving it in English. Then Tyndale made a more accurate translation of the originals. Then the KJV perfected it. I would say any of the pre-1881 versions are quite usable and accurate. It isn't so much the bibles that are the problem but the philosophy behind them.

Why are the modern versions corrupt?

Its not so much the versions themselves, but the philosophy behind them that is the problem. When you buy a text critical bible, you are in fact denying inspiration, preservation, and divine authorship to the bible. Remember that before 1881 all bibles followed the philosophy that God preserves his word. Now we believe that God inspired the originals, and now we approximate to 99.5% the originals. A King James bible believer (KJVO) believes that the KJV is 100% the word of God, even down to the full stops, colons, semi colons etc. Now you may raise your eyebrows at such a statement, but every christian believes in the Holy Spirit right?

Many KJVOs in fact question the translation philosophies as well as the manuscript philosophy. Certain ways that bibles are written obscure prophecies about the birth, crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. They often even deny the divinity of Christ. This is not me just saying it, this is well known and all over the internet on various websites. As I am not here to prove, just to describe, I will forgo presenting the evidence, and just tell you to google.

Does the KJV have errors?


Does the ESV?








How do I know? because all of them have had “updates”, and will continue to have updates.

But the KJV had updates!

Indeed it did, and it had no illusions about it, the KJV needed revision, and indeed some words were changed, updated etc. But the difference between them is the PHILOSOPHY, the KJV was made prayerfully, under the direction of the Holy Spirit. Words existed in the 1611 for the benefit of those in 1611, words were changed through to 1769 for the benefit of those people living then. By 1769 it was finalized. It may even be that sometimes there were errors, but is it without error now? YES. Will the ESV under its philosophy (that the bible CANNOT be perfect EVER) ever become perfect, no. Its deletions and omissions are permanent, and will never ever be rectified. Same goes with every other translation after 1881.

So you understand what I am saying about the philosophy affecting the translation, had the ESV or others of its kind been translated under the KJV philosophy, we may have had another modern, perfect bible. There is nothing to say that thees, thous etc have to be there, or archaic words of any kind for that matter. But what matters is whats in the hearts of the translators, compilers, editors, as well as the manuscript base that they are translated from. I personally prefer pure Tyndale for my bible reading, and I 100% believe it to be as inspired and preserved as the KJV. I believe it to be a step on the way to perfection, as authoritative as the KJV.

I don't feel that way (anymore) about any modern bible translation. When I hear someone appeal to the Greek or Hebrew, I kind of feel a little bit sick.  When the bible was translated into English, it was under the impression that ANYBODY could read it and understand it. Now we have a new priesthood that will often say "the Greek word says...". What use is that? No my friends, you can pick up an English bible and understand what God wanted you to understand. You will be told that debate is impossible unless you know Greek. How can you really know what the bible says unless you know Greek, because the English will never be as good as the Greek.


I know it is, because God gave us the Holy Spirit, and he gave us the Bible in English. Now tell me, would you rather have a bible which was translated with the philosophy that there is absolute truth, that you don't need the Greek, that you; akin to a ploughboy, could know more of the bible than a Bishop (because you read said bible)? Or a bible which is translated under the banner of "making the bible easier to understand" and with the philosophy that there is no authoritative, preserved word of God anywhere, that we will never know for sure, that you must shell of out every few years for a better version, and that if you don't know greek you're missing something and may be a bit dense, and are unworthy of any sort of debate.

I have argued with such people, people who tell me that I am unworthy of discussion unless I have had 20 years of Greek training.

Come on folks!

Tuesday, 30 July 2013

From Tyndale to King James

I'm a massive fanatic when it comes to William Tyndale, literally, his translation is the one I see when I ready any bible version, albeit often it has been corrupted or slighted over, but usually a translation somewhere will have Tyndale whispering through it.

Recently I became King James only (again), permanently - well, think of me as Tyndale through King James only, perhaps pre 1881 only. Anyway, predominantly King James only, but inevitably I will use Tyndale more than AV, as I not only find him easier to read, I have a feeling the Tyndale translation would be far easier to memorize.

You see folks, when you hear KJVO's talking about the cadences that help the KJV to be so easy to memorize, what they really mean but don't say is that the portions of Tyndale carried over to the KJV have cadences that make it so easy to memorize. But I feel that poor William has the short order, and is largely ignored, and it saddens me, because Tyndale is the one who made the KJV, and the KJV 'translators' would gladly recognize that were they here today. They were ordered to make a new translation based upon the bishops bible, latinized (i.e. made church friendly), and that they did, but they left in 70% of Tyndales NT AND the portions of the OT Tyndale had translated.

Let me basically show you the path Tyndales work followed to the KJV:

*Tyndale 1525 NT completed and published
*Tyndale 1534 NT revised and published
*Tyndale OT worked on until his death in 1535

*Matthews Bible 1537, (containing his OT (what he had finished and 1534 NT) and Coverdale's work on the OT
*Great Bible 1538
*Geneva Bible 1560 , a new translation, but using Tyndale's work
*Bishop's Bible 1568, revision of Great Bible
*1611 King James Bible, revision of Bishop's Bible, using the Geneva Bible.

Basically, every bible translation has been a revision of a previous translation, Except Tyndale! Tyndale was a completely new translation from the Hebrew and Greek, and he has never been bettered! Literal and easy to read. Basically all we have had is revision, even the Geneva which was using Hebrew and Greek, put most of Tyndale's work in, amending it where they saw fit.

Its easy to see why the KJV is revered as the preserved word of God, its a revision of a work which has never been bettered, 'refined' seven times as it were.

But go back to Tyndale's NT,and read it, its so beautiful. Read it in the KJV, I can guarantee that the easiest verses are Tyndale's. I find it so sad when bible programs, and websites don't update the words to modern spellings, they do such a disservice. A great book to buy is David Daniell's edition of the 1534 NT, all updated to modern spellings, paragraphed, its a beautiful read.


God bless you.

"Yea rather, blessed are they that hear the word of God, and keep it." Luke 11:28

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Magic is not a trick, it is real.

I've recently been watching the wonderful documentary series by Xendrius on youtube. But what wonderfully is shown, is that many magicians in fact, are in league with demons in order to carry out their 'tricks'. Theres a reason they are called tricks. One of the many lies is that there is in fact a rational explanation for many of the 'tricks' carried out by street magicians such as Dynamo. Be a fly on the wall, and imagine what you would see if you actually were able to spend a day with them, visit their homes and watch them practice. Would you see an elaborate set up that allows a man to place his hand on sold glass and melt it? Or to levitate in the street with no strings? Or to take a handkerchief and float it in mid air, then let it fly off without strings, intelligently hundreds of feet? Or to take a mobile phone, shrink it, and place it in a glass bottle?

The truth of the matter is, that the magician is no different than a witch, and they actually are carrying out REAL magick. They are not charlatans who are able to create illusions, but they are really indoctrinators, changing public perception of witches, who once would have ran away in terror at what these people are capable of doing. Who worship idols, carry out satanic rituals, and are actually part of the the higher echelons of the elites. The magic has gone from simple card tricks, to real demonic practices. Who can call forth fire at will, melt coins with their bare hands.

Come on folks!

Dynamo for instance, took a walk ON the Thames.

The question is, what does the future hold? Will the magic get more blasphemous? Will people begin to worship these folks? Will a magician arise who claims to be Jesus, and have the "tricks" to prove it?

I suggest we be really careful what we allow into our homes, and our minds, and that Christians do not allow these folks to convince us that Satan and his angels are not real, Remember, when Jesus returns, he won't have to tell us.

So to finish, demons are more powerful than humans, and exist in more dimensions than we. The tricks that astound us that magicians peform, are easy for a demonic being, when allowed access to a human body, they can perform many feats, beyond our imagination, so much so that it is easy for a human to believe them to be gods. In the past at least, today we can't play that card so easily, we just have to remain astounded, and ask "how"?

But one day, that card will be played, and I just wonder, how long before card tricks are done with, and suddenly buildings vanish, or fire shoots out of eyeballs or something. Already Dynamo is literally flying, as is David Copperfield. And there is no wires! there really isn't. Explain it, cos without some external force making this happen, its impossible. Science doesn't ask for an explanation from them, because they don't claim (or reveal) that it comes from a deity, or from an angel, like say a psychic would claim it to be some kind of sixth sense.

I would recommend we research into this.

Monday, 1 July 2013

Appreciate the little things.

Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing? and one of them shall not fall on the ground without your Father.
But the very hairs of your head are all numbered.
Fear ye not therefore, ye are of more value than many sparrows. Mt 10:29-31

Jesus loves the little things, Jesus prefers the heart to the outward appearance, the humble to the exalted, the little sparrow, the child, the poor to the rich. Should we not then love the same, or at least emulate such things?

We often live our lives working at the big things, worrying about whether or not we can afford our repayments, pay off our debts, maybe lose our homes. Yet we forget to appreciate that we are not here to worry, but to enjoy the wonderful things given to us by God that we never notice. Have we stood outside in the warmth of the sunlight, felt the gentle breeze on our skin, heard the buzzing of the insects and the brush of the leaves? At that moment, the peace and the clarity of our existence comes upon us, and we are closer to God than we would ever be, fearing what may come.

You see, the little things, they are what bring us to a greater awareness of our Lord, because they take away the facade of the false reality within which we live. The houses, the cars, the shops, the nightclubs, even the churches, they give us an illusion of infrastructure and solidity, of a society that has eternity in it, which it does not. These things are all passing away, but the little things will not.

Its up to you to decide what the little things are, but they will always bring contrast to the bigger things, meditation on scripture could be considered a little thing, and contrasts worldly worries. Every Christian should be doing such things, I have found that in deepest depression and worry, to simply read a scripture like the one above, and to pray it to the God who loves the very hairs on my head..alleviates even the greatest fears.

Folks, we are entering a very dark period in human history, now more than ever we must learn to appreciate the little things.

God bless you.

Thursday, 27 June 2013

Linux Mint 15 XFCE: Heaven in a distro.

SUNDAY I wrote about using Debian Sid, how utterly wonderful it was, and why it beat Ubuntu-based distros hands down. I still hold to that. However, in the past 5 days I have gone from Sid, to testing, to Linux Mint.

My realisation, is that its not Ubuntu itself that sucks, but its massively bloated desktop environments. In fact, I tested flash today, I always use Paramore - Still into you in 1080p as my test. In Wheezy, Sid and Testing; This video works near perfect, on a laptop that is 5 years old, and runs Intel 4500 graphics. I put Linux Mint Debian Edition with Mate, and its stuttering and wants to incinerate my GPU. 

The reason I have to move is simple, in Debian, my Bluetooth headphones just don't work as well, and I'm lazy, I hate blueman-applet, and use the gnome one instead as it works better, but Debian causes me agro with it, and enjoying the uninstall/install process more than actually using my OS, I decided to burn some DVD's, and have a hunt for the perfect distro.

I firstly inserted an old LM14 Cinnamon DVD, connected to my headphones without issue, I was intrigued. Knowing that this DVD was quite old, I downloaded LMDE Mate, LM15 Mate, and burned them to DVDs. I have yet to bother with the LM15 DVD, as I had an epiphany that it was Mate which was bloated, and for some reason it doesn't work well with flash.

I was having none of this.

I decided to take a leap of faith, download Linux Mint 15 XFCE, burned it to DVD, tested it in livecd, and it was as good as Debian XFCE, almost (I always say almost) no stuttering, with compton theres no screen tearing (using special settings: compton --opengl --vsync opengl-swc --paint-on-overlay). So I have installed, and it works like a charm. 

Of course, in a few days I may decide that Debian is just too special to give up, It takes an equal amount of tweaking (such as installing awesome window manager and killalling most of XFCE) to get it how I want it, but to know that Linux Mint XFCE is equally as fast as Debian, with newer packages, and that I could use it without really telling the difference between the two, works both ways.

But..bluetooth works SO much better, and installing pulseaudio was no bother, AND I know that my next set of updates likely won't break my computer. So..I'm kind of torn. I'll give it another week and see how it goes. But yes, I am in heaven at the moment, the whole reason I installed debian was because everything was so slow when I was using Ubuntu based distros before. There is nothing worse than watching 1080p films in VLC and they're jerky and you feel like you're missing something. All those problems are now solved, and this pleases me greatly.

A nice clean desktop, Awesome, on XFCE, on Linux Mint 15, looks no different than it did on Debian

This is the beauty of linux, its so configurable, and this of course stems from having so many people working FREELY, not as employees/slaves but as volunteers who want to do it. They work to the best of their abilities because they love to do it, and to them knowing that others are checking their work out, its good because it is done for the love of their work, and the people who will use their software. This is for the people, BY the people in the strictest sense.

Thats why I love linux, and why I don't mind doing a thousand reinstalls a year trying stuff out.

Theology/NWO stuff coming soon.

Saturday, 22 June 2013

(almost) One week with Sid.

Its been almost a week, and I need to give you folks an update on how my debian sid install is going. Firstly, this isn't the same install! But thats not Sid's fault.

Okay, I've basically extirpated my system and started again, my previous install didn't feel clean, awesome window manager wasn't playing right, and I actually wiped thinking I would just install xfce4 and leave it there. I also tried aptosid,  to see if that would be any better - it most certainly was not.

I decided to do all my upgrades to sid in cli, prior to installing xfce - this worked much better, and resulted in a much more stable system, one that has worked excellently now for a whole week. Also, temptation won the day and awesome is back. Through some work of magic, xfce is going in the background and awesome has completely taken control, whilst utilizing the xfce daemons.

[Just to inform you, awesome is a tiling window manager, basically allowing you to have maximum screen space whilst having many programs open at once - its all about efficiency].

I've done twice-daily upgrades (thats how quick sid is) and have almost 0 bugs to speak of, although awesome does seem to struggle with system trays. sometimes my power applet is there, other times it isn't. Thats about it. I haven't really noticed, I always have active terminal applets and acpi -V seems to cover power.

The 3.9 kernel still doesn't support backlight after hibernate, so I'm still on 3.2.

there you go.

God bless.


Why is a christian blog promoting linux? Linux is about freedom, freedom from tyranny and monopoly, I support this - it's why I use Linux. If everyone used linux, windows would be dead, and our software would be controlled by us, rather than we controlled by our software. Linux promotes learning, windows promotes stupidity.

take care.

Sunday, 16 June 2013

Debian Sid, advantages and disadvantages.

I've used linux for seven years. When I realised this the other day, I was kind of staggered. I had a blip where I used windows 7, then 8 (less than legally of course). To list the number of distributions would probably cause my brain to implode, but a small number would include, Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, Mepis, Antix, Crunchbang, PClinuxOS, DSL, gOS, and Debian.

When I first used Debian, I was unimpressed, the site was ugly, difficult to navigate, and I had no idea which iso to download. When I finally managed to get it installed my proprietary drivers wouldn't work, and google searches led me to incomprehensible instructions that required me to edit config files.
I was glad to use Ubuntu after that, and have everything easy to use. This would have been around 2007.

Of course I now know how to do all this stuff, my years of linux use have educated me. I may not know how to set up a webserver (yet) but I can set debian up without much issue. Recently of course, wheezy was released, perhaps the best and easiest to use version of Debian ever (Gnome3 not withstanding). It was this release that has led me to decide that the only distro I will ever need is debian, and all others be damned. But, its one thing USING debian, but what about CONTRIBUTING?

One day I decided to upgrade to testing, basically, I like the idea of a rolling release, I want to settle, relax and uninstall unetbootin. Testing would allow that, a quick remastersys every few months and I'd be fine. But I wanted to help out a bit, reading the forums people kept talking about "filing bug reports" and I wanted a bit of that. So I upgraded to Sid, crazy as it was. But I've been using it a few days, and perhaps filed 6 or 7 bug reports already.


So, whats good, and whats bad about Sid?

[Firstly, if you're reading this on any day after June 16th 2013, this review is out of date, read it for pleasure, not for any sort of review of sid. Thats how quickly it moves.]

 Sid, is bleeding edge, not as bleeding edge as Arch, or even Ubuntu, but for Debian it is bleeding edge. Its not as unstable as it's given credit for, its perfectly usable, you can get on facebook, you can watch youtube videos, listen to music. Everything you can do on Wheezy or Jessie, you can do on Sid.

I lost the control of my brightness fn keys every time I hibernated, I filed a bug report, got an email back within an hour of assistance from one of the developers, he said "Its the kernel" and so I downgraded my kernel. But now they're aware of the problem, and can fix it. So I will try again in a week. This is no shoddy operation.

Sid is quicker than wheezy, not much (nor does it need to be) but it is slightly nippier. I run it with XFCE on a computer than flies with Gnome3, XFCE has come a long way since I first started using it - okay - its exactly the same (and thats a good thing, its definitely superior to previous versions - more polished). Needless to say, I love my sid computer. There is a constant risk that my computer will explode, but like my first issues with debian, they're all solvable by just a pinch of knowledge. Truly sid is no worse than any other release of debian. Its the frontiers of linux. The good? Its bleeding edge, educating you as you go, the bad? if you know too much about one thing (such as updating your sources.list) and not enough about another (maintaining your system) then things could -potentially- go bad. Also, things can change quite quickly with an update. But as you will see via google search, people have run sid for years, and had no issues.

Try it, but don't invest too much in it if it breaks. But its about as likely to break as Ubuntu ;)

Try, try, try again!



get these if you install sid, or testing, it'll make things a bit easier for you, and help the developers to find the problem and make changes to the package if anything breaks. Issues can be dealt with in a day or two - that's how quick sid is!

 I can't really give sid a number out of ten, because its never the same, wheezy in a year will be largely the same as it is now, sid on the other hand, will be completely different.

it isn't recommended for newbies, but for the more advanced, its a fantastic learning tool!

Friday, 14 June 2013

Alien Abductions - they're not aliens, and they can be thwarted!

Almost two years ago I wrote a lovely little account of my attempted "alien abduction". Something that still occupies my thoughts to this day. I have no idea what went on that night, but I do know it has never re-occurred.

Well today I watched an interesting show named "confessions of an abductee", and it gave me a stark recollection of what happened to me that night, and once again reinforced the reality of my encounter.

Similarities inclue:

2.Passing through solid matter
4.Something sitting on oneself holding them down
5.Surroundings that look exactly as they always do (evidence its not a dream)
6. Extreme vividity
7. Encounter with 'the greys'

Of course, this was unlike any experience I have ever had in my entire life. I am certain that if I had of reacted (in a purely secular sense) as those folks acted, I would have had many more encounters since. Of course I had no fear - at least not the sheer terror experienced by most abductees, for them they are helpless, and I can understand that feeling, as a child I had that feeling - far too much exposure to shows like sightings, which promulgated the belief that there is nothing you can do to stop an abduction - had I actually encountered these things in person, I probably would have lost the plot.

I have only had one encounter with the gray alien form. Since my encounter and the hand of God smashing them all into the abyss, I have not had a single sleep paralysis episode, abduction experience, nope nothing. I'm far happier that way, my sleep pattern still sucks, but I like the thought that God himself is watching over me - and no, its not wishful thinking - I experienced this first hand.

If you are an abductee who is struggling with this stuff, the answer to all your problems is in Jesus Christ, you have nothing to lose, pray, ask him to take this away - and he is faithful to do so. Then you will see for yourself the truth of God, that he is real.

Aliens are really demons
Ghosts are really demons

Demons MUST submit to the name of Jesus, there is nothing they can do to him, and he can do everything to them.

I really felt for a lady named Chantelle, she featured on the show, living in utter terror, watching her kids get abducted. She was handed a crystal by a researcher, wired up to some batteries, she knew it wouldn't stop the abductions, and it didn't. If only that crystal had been a link to She is reconciled to the notion that these are unstoppable events, and says she would miss them if they stopped. Stockholm syndrome perhaps?

These encounters can be stopped! These demons will yield to the name of Jesus, they yield to FAITH in Jesus, they yield wholly to Jesus. King of KINGS, Lord of LORDS.

God bless you all.

Thursday, 23 May 2013

XFCE works where KDE4 and Gnome3 fail.

Here is a shot of my Desktop as of this morning.

The Argument

Yesterday I wrote about how KDE was really failing me as a desktop, how it was so clunky and difficult to use, and continually crashed, as well as the significant faults that would randomly appear out of nowhere.
I then ventured that perhaps SolydX would be better (which it wasn't, being obviously descended from Ubuntu [through Linux Mint] despite being debian based). After that I decided on pure debian XFCE. Here is my review - remembering that this is my main OS now.

The Review

 When I first used XFCE, many years ago, I was quite impressed at it as a desktop. It seemed like a clone of Gnome, but one that ventured to be more lightweight and (if possible) more usable. Of course this was back at the time when linux ventured to be THE most usable desktop, the most free and placed that as its prime directive, freedom above all. Rather than today, where usability and freedom are second to platform availability. Which is why Unity and Gnome3 exist.
XFCE today then, it hasn't changed seems easier to get around with, and has extra oomph to it. Whereas Gnome3 took up about 700mb of Ram at startup XFCE uses 295mb. I think KDE used less, but I have to admit I never checked.
To use XFCE does require a dash of proficiency in linux systems. Don't expect your hand to be held. Its one of those systems that you have to sit with and say "right, I will be using you for a long time, so now its time to get to know you". Because the default programs are going to be lightweight, and harder to use, for instance, or non-existent. For instance I had no email program, no rss reader, no .deb package installer, no games, no volume control (easily added in the panel applets menu). Please understand that this is no slight on XFCE or debian - I much prefer this situation.

One issue I had was youtube, in HD I had screen tearing. I tried the compositor but due to Wheezy having XFCE 4.8, the compositor was useless against this problem. So I had to install Compiz.  Compiz dominates the Window decoration, and sadly I can't change the font for it, which means my title bar is not uniform with the system - a shame - but not the end of the world thanks to the other advantages provided by using this system.

Literally, some of the heaviest programs, Firefox (known as iceweasel on debian) loads near instantaneously, Gimp, loads within 3 or 4 seconds. my cpu monitor holds at 800mhz almost always, whereas Gnome3 and KDE had it 2.4 ghz approx 50% of the time.

Battery life, is around 3 hours on xfce, on gnome it was more like 2 hours. Essentially, this is like going from the system requirements of WIndows 7, to the requirements of windows 2000, whilst being able to use the same programs, and have the same features.

One criticism I have, is that xfce uses ALSA and not Pulseaudio, which means I can't boost my sound output like I once could. This could probably be solved by following some online walkthrough and dealt with in about half an hour, so I'm not too miffed. Also, I doubt a newbie would be installing a system like this so its quite alright.

Any personalisations you would have in debian straight, you can probably implement here. It is harder to use than ubuntu, but not because it is more difficult, its just a matter of adapting to a new environment. anyone who has used linux for any length of time will adapt easily.

The reason I left Gnome  was due to problems playing back videos in VLC, all those problems are gone using  XFCE.

The reason I left KDE was because it was bloated, and buggy, all those problems are gone using XFCE.

The conclusion

XFCE may not be pretty, but its powerful. if you can use gnome or kde with any level of speed and 'oomph', you will be travelling at warp speed with XFCE. Whereas in 2009, Gnome2 was the power user's environment, in 2013 it's XFCE, without a doubt.

Wednesday, 22 May 2013

KDE is way too buggy.

The argument:

If you are like me, when it comes to computers you want them to just - work. For the past 7 years of my using Linux, I've always tended towards Gnome, because unlike KDE it was simplistic and always seemed to 'just work'. Sure - I had my share of difficulties with Linux, stuff thats kept me up til the early hours of the morning, but recently with Gnome3 I just couldn't take any more.

The Problem with Gnome:

My computer usage is twofold, reading and watching. If I'm not on the forums, I'm watching some documentary put out on Youtube - or some rather naughtily downloaded TV show from America. But with Gnome3 everything I watched seemed to stutter. At first I thought it was VLC, and I made excuse after excuse because I loved Gnome 3, it may be the most beautiful OS I've ever had. But I couldn't cope any longer and downloaded Neptune 3.1- A KDE distro.

The Problem with KDE:

From install - I got a segfault. By the time I lost my rag, I had no sound, and I couldn't even delete trash-1000 from my USB drive (I had to copy and paste everything onto my desktop). I have far too many programs, some of which are next to useless. Upon install I had no apt sources list. The only thing that was better than Gnome and not drastically worse - My videos didn't stutter anymore.

Put simply, I don't know how anybody uses KDE, it is the most awful desktop environment I have ever used. Maybe its Neptune's fault? But I doubt it. I am now hoping that Solydx  Debian XFCE will solve my issues (issues I spent 2 days on, and am no linux newbie) But either way, I will heave a sigh of relief when this awful, awful thing is off my computer.

The Conclusion:

I have used Linux for a long time, I started by trying an out-of-date DVD with Fedora 4 on it, I was quite out of my depth, and when I tried to update it threw a long list of errors at me. I quickly realised the issue, and installed something else (can't remember now). My computer only had 128mb of ram, and so I couldn't install ubuntu. I often used puppy, simplymepis 6.5 (which is the best iteration of KDE I've ever used). Eventually i upgraded my laptop, and put Linux Mint 7 on it (which was probably the best iteration of Gnome I've ever used). Of course I've used far more distros than listed here, but I just wanted to give you some idea of me not being an idiot.

I for one will spend many years avoiding KDE until it matures. As perhaps the oldest Desktop Environment in use today, I'm disappointed at its consistent crashing, its half-cocked widgets and its ugly themes. Someone somewhere must break it down to its basic components, and sort it out.

Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Stompk: Chemtrails In 1949. You've gotta see this!


IN 1949 the Herald-Journal reported on a curious case of acid rain.

"The plane let out a small cloud which soon grew into a large cloud, and then the tiny drops of rain began to fall,"
Tilghman, Md, (UP) - State Chemist Henry C. Freimuch absolved military aircraft of blame in the "acid rain" which plagued this island community for 2 days, burning holes in clothing and ruining the paint on cars.

Dr. Freimuch blamed the mystery mist on soft coal smoke, combined with moist air.

After analysing the acid-eaten paint of an automobile, Freimuch produced this explanation for the strange visitation: "Sulphur tri-oxide from very soft coal with a high sulphur content when combined with carbon particles and moist air forms a sulphuric acid which descended on Tighman."

Citizens of this Chesapeake Bay town, whose prinmciple industry is fishing, thought Freimuch's explanation a bit on the prosaic side. J. Harry Fairbanks of the fire department said that before each onslought of the Mist Friday and Thursday a plane had flown over the town.

"The plane let out a small cloud which soon grew into a large cloud, and then the tiny drops of rain began to fall," Fairbanks said.

Both Air Force and Navy officials denied, however, that any military aircraft had anything to do with Tilghman's searing rain.
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Bernard Vonnegut, Kurt Vonnegut's brother, was working on cloud seeding, at the same time, in the same area.

In 1945, Vonnegut went to work at the General Electric Research Laboratory in Schenectady, New York. It was there, on November 14, 1946, that he discovered that silver iodide could be used as a nucleating agent to seed clouds. Seeding clouds involves inserting large quantities of a nucleating agent into clouds to facilitate the formation of ice crystals. The intent of this process is to cause the clouds to produce rain or snow. Rain- and snow-making companies still use silver iodide as a nucleating agent in seeding clouds.

Kurt, who also worked at GE, was also friends with Irving Langmuir, who is known as the high priest of scientific rainmaking.

According to author Kurt Vonnegut, Langmuir was the inspiration for his fictional scientist Dr. Felix Hoenikker in the novel Cat's Cradle. The character's invention of ice-nine eventually destroyed the world. Langmuir had worked with Vonnegut's brother, Bernard Vonnegut

One might ask why General Electric would be interested in cloud seeding, Most of their electricity was being produced by hydroelectric dams, and they thought if they could cause it to rain more over the waterways feeding their dams, they could produce more electricity, and make MORE MONEY.

In 1950, Langmuir sounded the alarm.

Dr. Irving Langmuir, high priest of scientific rainmaking, sounded a solemn warning last week: those who sow too many rainstorms may reap nothing but droughts. Speaking at the School of Mines in drought-threatened New Mexico, Langmuir denounced the commercial rainmakers, many of them woefully ignorant of the art, who are seeding the atmosphere with silver iodide throughout the dry Southwest. "Some of them," he said, "are using hundreds of thousands of times too much. No more than one milligram [.000035 oz] of silver iodide should be used for every cubic mile of air.

Read more:

One can see the power of silver iodide in the air. One milligram for every cubic mile of atmosphere. Langmuir went on to give an even more sinister explanation.

After the experiments of G.E.’s Research Laboratory, there was a feeling that humanity might finally be able to control one of the greatest variables of life on earth. And, as Cold War tensions heightened, weather control was seen by the United States as a potential weapon that could be even more devastating than nuclear warfare.

Dr. Irving Langmuir, pioneer in “rainmaking,” said the government should seize on the phenomenon of weather control as it did on atomic energy when Albert Einstein told the late President Roosevelt in 1939 of the potential power of an atom-splitting weapon.

“In the amount of energy liberated, the effect of 30 milligrams of silver iodide [used to seed clouds] under optimum conditions equals that of one atomic bomb,” Langmuir said.

An Associated Press article by science reporter Frank Carey, which ran in the July 6, 1954 edition of Minnesota’s Brainerd Daily Dispatch, sought to explain why weather control would offer a unique strategic advantage to the United States:

It may someday be possible to cause torrents of rain over Russia by seeding clouds moving toward the Soviet Union.

Or it may be possible — if an opposite effect is desired — to cause destructive droughts which dry up food crops by “overseeding” those same clouds.

And fortunately for the United States, Russia could do little to retaliate because most weather moves from west to east.
CU of Boulder Colorado has been deeply involved in cloud seeding 'experiments.

“Essentially we cannot tell the difference between a snowflake that has come from a silver iodide crystal and a snowflake from a natural ice crystal”-Larry Hjermstad
Although there might be an increase in precipitation from tests, the tested snowfall might not even test positive for Silver Iodide in targeted areas, data is hard to quantify, making cloud seeding an arguable technique. Producing more snow in a warmer climate has many different outcomes in feedback loops that tie in snowmelt, warming temperatures, Pine Beetles, ice-albedo relations, and disrupting these could have more of an effect than anyone could imagine just like the burning of fossil fuels has shown.
Geoengineerists have been working to inject aerosols into the stratosphere to control tropospheric pollution. This warm cloud seeding technique would enhance cloud albedo. There are negative and positive effects to this in that acid rain can be created and the sulfur cycle would be disturbed, but increased cloud coverage would permit cooler temperatures

In 1990-1991, the US Air Force Academy published a document, which was a lab manual, called Chemtrails.
The manual includes an entire section on acid rain.
This is not made up. I know, because there are only two known examples of this document on microfiche, and I have the other one. I obtained it from the Alamosa University Library under and interlibrary loan. The librarian gave me the microfiche, saying I didn't have to return it. I have it in a safe place...I hadn't transferred it to pdf yet, so I was glad to see that another person had found a second copy, and it's available free in a pdf download on the chemtrailplanet website I linked too.
Silver Iodide is amazing, and, scary stuff. Langmuir estimated that 200lbs could cover the entire United Stated. Suspended in acetone, when burned off, 1 gram produces 600,000,000,000,000 (600 trillion) particles, each one capable of attracting a water molecule to it, and producing a raindrop. Problem is, Silver never disipates. Bury a silver spoon in the ground, it will still be there in 1000 yrs. It's highly toxic to aquatic environments, deadly to mammals and humans if inhaled in the nanoparticle form.

Silver concentrations in biota were greater in organisms near sewage outfalls, electroplating plants, mine wastes, and silver-iodide seeded areas than in conspecifics from more distant sites.
Precipitation, ng/L
From seeding clouds with silver iodide
Usually 10-300; Max. 4,500

From non-seeded clouds
Usually 0.0-20; Max. 216

Maximum concentrations of total silver recorded in field collections of living organisms (Table 5), in milligrams silver per kilogram dry weight, were 1.5 in liver of marine mammals, 2 in liver and 6 in bone of trout from ecosystems receiving precipitation from silver-iodide seeded clouds,.
Signs of chronic silver ion intoxication in tested birds and mammals included cardiac enlargement, vascular hypertension, hepatic necrosis, anemia, lowered immunological activity, altered membrane permeability, kidney pathology, enzyme inhibition, growth retardation, and a shortened life span (Smith and Carson 1977; Freeman 1979; Fowler and Nordberg 1986; PHS 1990).

When silver iodide, suspended in acetone, is burned, it is released in a white smoke.

So, I have shown that an aircraft would have to carry relatively little silver iodide to create massive chemtrails.
But how are they delivering it. Well, around 1997, this weird cone showed started showing up on aircraft engines.

When I was in the Navy, I was an aviation mechanic, worked on several types of jets. Never had I seen this hollow cone in the middle. They are introducing silver iodide into the exhaust plume through this hollow cone.
One other thing if you've read this far. Silver Iodide is produced by combining Potassium Iodide, and Silver Nitrate. Potassium Iodide, is the same thing given in Nuclear accidents to block the thyroid. We currently have a thyroid disease epidemic.

On a global scale, a staggering 200 million people have problems with their thyroid glands, with over 50 percent remaining undiagnosed. In the US alone, the instance of thyroid disease is running close to epidemic levels and equally as worrying is the number of un-diagnosed or mis-diagnosed case
When it functions as it should, the thyroid will produce T3 and T4 at a 20% – 80% ratio. An under-production of these hormones will slow down the body’s metabolism, causing Hypothyroidism. Common symptoms of this condition are weight-gain despite eating sensibly, feeling cold, fatigue, depression and possibly increased blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

What is known to cause major thyroid problems??

Heavy metal poisoning (as with mercury, lead, arsenic, and cadmium) of the thyroid can also lead to hypothyroidism; chemicals and pesticides can also be a factor.

Silver, is a heavy metal! So, are American just lazy, and getting fat on eating too many cheeseburgers, or are we being poisoned, with thyroid gland blocking chemicals. I suggest if you've read this far, and don't choose the latter, you might be working for the man.

Sunday, 28 April 2013

Bible: Where am I today?

Wow, two posts in one day!

I just wanted to update folks on the bible situation. Recently I purchased a New Cambridge Paragraph Bible. I have to say, reading the KJV in paragraph single column format has pretty much converted me. Theres nothing like reading this translation, easily affordable in hardcover at about £20 from Amazon UK.
[due to laziness, I have borrowed images from around the net]


Its a very easy read, basically when you are reading the text in modern font with modern formatting, its quite easy to make the conversion of thee and thou to 'you'.

The hardcover opens completely flat, no worries about pages hanging in the air, you can open this up from Genesis to Revelation and this will do exactly as it's told.

So why the sudden move to the KJV from the more modern bibles?

I suppose the truth of the matter is that for years I've flirted with it, even telling myself that it's the worst bible translation ever. But truly..verily..its unbeatable, I think the only translation better than it is Tyndale's himself, and thats because he wrote for the commoner. But the paragraphing of this bible - as you can see, really increases readability, and it's all in modern font. Plus the editor David Norton has gone that extra step, and grammar has been made uniform throughout to avoid confusion, so in places you will see thy instead of thine etc. Another BIG plus is that the KJV is the product of Tyndale's original work, so apart from a few unfortunate places (charity instead of love) this is mostly Tyndale's NT.

If Dr Norton would do me a favour, could he perhaps do what he's done here with the Matthew Bible of 1538 (which is pure Tyndale)? If he did, I would be a very happy man. But until then this will be my number one bible. For life now.

My next step is to save 60 quid and get this in black calfskin!

God bless folks