The Mormons are big on Ancestor Worship. So are white folks, but their Ancestor Worship was corrupted by Satan-Paul’s fake Jesus who is severed from his Ancestral Worship via a emcaulate castration, he the only man in the world not allowed to defend his ancestral homeland as a Patriot. Paul was a double agent hired by Rome to alter the Nazarite Jubilee Rebellion that was sweeping the world, giving rise to an army of Nazarite Angels to take on the Slave Masters in Rome – who loved to get drunk and conduct orgies with both sexes. Paul destroys heterosexuality amongst the Celtic people that was very similar to Judaic heterosexuality. This is why Paul bid his followers to abandon the Torah, the old testament. This is key now that President Obama is supporting Gay Marriages. The Jews were big on genealogies that Hitler did his best to destroy – in the name of Christianity!
I believe God introduced the Vow of the Nazarite in order to keep Him in the genealogical games mortal folks love to play. Prophets are born of Nazarite Mothers. God is saying He is THE WORD, and thus THE NAME, thus, His Children will be born with the Name and Word of God. This is their Divine Inheritance they are born to protect with their lives! That Paul’s usurper Jesus forsakes God’s name on the cross, because God allegedly forsake him, is to render the alleged Son of God a disloyal traitor to God and God’ Children.
With Obama’s support of Gay Marriage heterosexual Jews and Blacks, feel threatened. The black church is big on ancestor worship. Celtic people are as well, but, are divided because many have rejected the worship of Satan-Paul who castrated himself and bid his followers to do likewise, because the world was coming to an end. Well, the world did not end, and thus is born the Evangelical Cult and the Rapture, that speaks of God’s Elect and the Tribulation. But what is truly mind boggling, is that Evangelicals are into ancestor worship via the Founding fathers, and The American Patriot. To complete the teaching that our Founding Fathers are GOD BORN by Divine Providence, some states are passing laws where mention of the fact God’s Founders did not free the slaves – be stricken from history books. This is because – GOD IS AN ABOLITIONIST who led His CHOSEN PEOPLE out of bondage in Egypt. This is an attempt to make blacks sub-human and not worthy of God, once again!
The Mormons and Evangelicals are now in the position to declare that not all human beings are born equal, and gays will forever be labeled subhuman because they can never be attached to God’s Tree of Life. However, if they take the Vow of the Nazarite, they become separated and consecrated to God, and are His Children, loyal to His Will, forever His Patriots and protectors of the homeland. We are talking about God’s Citizens. The Tea Party Evangelicals are into Ancestor Worship and want to cleanse America of foreign parasites – employing Emperor Jesus who blessedthe divine Rule of Kings and the British Empire who taxed Americans – like parasites! Sorry Charlie! Does not compute!
There was a controversy about Jesus baptizing young children. Peter objects. Scholars wonder why Jesus and his disciples are applying the baptism of John after John is dismissed as ‘The One’. I suspect John began baptizing children – as a child. He was preparing innocent lambs of God for the New Heaven and Earth that God would soon gift His people with via John, whose name means ‘The Gift of God’. Did John have access to the ancient priestly genealogies of the Levites, and thus knew who was a Lost Lamb? Did Jesus baptize Jesus – the boy? I believe John said he was not worthy to touch the sandal of allchildren he baptized, because they were going to be Newborn Children of the Kingdom come, the New Earth, The New Kingdom here on earth as it is in Heaven. I have seen that Kingdom. It is here, under your feet!
“And a child will lead them.”
To take away the innocense of my grandson, Tyler Hunt, with a false accusation has incurred the Wrath of God! Many of the Judges of Israel, were Nazarites.
“Judge not, lest thee be judged.”
Jon the Nazarite Judge
Multiple Tea Party members, including lead spokesman Hal Rounds, say they want the state legislature to force teachers to teach history in the way they see it. In other words, they want to re-write history to exclude the fact that the Founding Fathers owned slaves, because according to The Memphis Commercial Appeal, the group wants to address “an awful lot of made-up criticism about, for instance, the founders intruding on the Indians or having slaves or being hypocrites in one way or another.”
The group wants to change textbook selection criteria to say that “No portrayal of minority experience in the history which actually occurred shall obscure the experience or contributions of the Founding Fathers, or the majority of citizens, including those who reached positions of leadership.” It’s a fancy way of saying let’s take the role of minorities out of our American history textbooks so our past leaders will look good.
The Tea Party wants to whitewash American history as if the Founding Fathers were perfect in everything they ever did, which simply isn’t true. The Founding Fathers were great men but they had flaws. They owned slaves, they allowed slavery to be legal and yes, they did that despite hypocritically writing that all men are created equal. They also took part in the removal of Native Americans from their homelands, an action that resulted in the deaths of thousands. This information is well documented and acknowledged by professional historians and should not be censored. Students have the right to learn the entire truth about our history and not just the parts that conservatives want them to learn. Hiding knowledge is tantamount to lying and that’s what the Tea Party wants our teachers to do.
Simon Schama: cuts will make history preserve of the rich
Source: Telegraph (UK) (2-20-11)History will become the preserve of the rich if the coalition continues to cut arts and humanities in favour of sciences, Simon Schama the historian has warned.
The Government’s new history tsar who was called in by Education Secretary Michael Gove to advise the Government on the history curriculum in schools, also berated academic snobbery among some fellow historians who have worked solely in higher education.
Broadcaster Schama, 66, who is Professor of Art History and History at Columbia University, also made no secret of his fears for what lies ahead for the study of the arts and humanities in British universities.
He said he had deep misgivings about the proposed new financial regimen for higher education.
Schama said he was uneasy that “sciences and subjects, which seem to be on a utilitarian measure useful, have retained their state funding, while the arts and humanities are being stripped of theirs.”
He fears that such a move will have the “unfortunate” effect of channelling students into subjects such as accountancy rather than philosophy or the history of art….
He may have written the Declaration of Independence, but were he around today Thomas Jefferson wouldn’t have a prayer of winning the Republican nomination, much less the presidency. It wouldn’t be his liaison with the teenage daughter of one of his slaves nor the love children she bore him that would be the stumbling block. Nor would it be Jefferson’s suspicious possession of an English translation of the Quran that might doom him to fail the Newt Gingrich loyalty test. No, it would be the Jesus problem that would do him in. For Thomas Jefferson denied that Jesus was the son of God. Worse, he refused to believe that Jesus ever made any claim that he was. While he was at it, Jefferson also rejected as self-evidently absurd the Trinity, the Virgin Birth, and the Resurrection.
Jefferson was not, as his enemies in the election of 1800 claimed, an atheist. He believed in the Creator whom he invoked in the Declaration of Independence and whom he thought had brought the natural universe into being. By his own lights he thought himself a true Christian, an admirer of the moral teachings of the Nazarene. It had been, he argued, generations of the clergy who had perverted the simple humanity of Jesus the reformer, turned him into a messiah, and invented the myth that he had died to redeem mankind’s sins.
All of which would surely mean that, notwithstanding his passion for minimal government, the Sage of Monticello would have no chance at all beside True Believers like Michele Bachmann. But Jefferson’s rationalist deism is not the idle makeover of liberal wishful thinking. It is incontrovertible historical fact, as is his absolute determination never to admit religion into any institutions of the public realm.
So the philosopher-president whose aversion to overbearing government makes him a Tea Party patriarch was also a man who thought the Immaculate Conception a fable. But then real history is like that—full of knotty contradictions, its cast list of heroes, especially American heroes, majestic in their complicated imperfections.
Take another of the Founders routinely canonized in the current fairy-tale version of American origins that passes muster for history by those who don’t actually read very much of it: Alexander Hamilton. Outed by the Andrew Breitbart of his day, James Thomson Callender, for having had an “amorous connection” with the married Maria Reynolds, Hamilton responded by making an unapologetic preemptive confession—insisting that since on the truly serious issue of whether he had profited from the management of public finances he was innocent, the rest was nobody’s business but his own. Callender retorted that Hamilton had owned up to the sexual impropriety as a cover for the more serious financial one.
True history is the enemy of reverence. We do the authors of American independence no favors by embalming them in infallibility, by treating the Constitution like a quasi-biblical revelation instead of the product of contention and cobbled-together compromise that it actually was. Even the collective noun “Founding -Fathers” planes smooth the unreconciled divisiveness of their bitter and acrimonious disputes. History is a book of chastening wisdom to which we ought to be looking to deepen our understanding of the legitimate nature of American government—including its revenue-raising power, an issue that deeply captivated the antagonized minds of that first generation. But unfortunately, there is little evidence of citizens engaging in close, critical reading of The Federalist Papers, of the debates surrounding constitutional ratification, or of the dispute that pitted Hamilton and James Madison against Patrick Henry over what was at stake in Congress’s authority to make laws “necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the…Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States.”
Instead of knowledge, we have tricorn hats. Staring at a copy of the Constitution in the National Archives and making promotional pilgrimages to revolutionary New England didn’t prevent Sarah Palin from butchering the truth of Paul Revere’s ride, turning it into some sort of NRA advisory to the British to keep their gosh-darned hands off American firearms.
Facts, as John Adams insisted when defending British redcoats after the Boston Massacre, “are stubborn things.” He would be horrified by the regularity with which American history is mangled in the interests of confirming prejudices. It matters when Glenn Beck’s guest Andrew Napolitano pins the responsibility for the 17th Amendment, instituting direct election of senators, on a Wilsonian plot against American liberties, rather than the proposal of a Republican senator in 1911 that was approved by Congress before Wilson ever set foot in the White House. It matters when Bachmann mischaracterizes the Founding Fathers as working “tirelessly until slavery was no more in the United States.” What made the Constitution acceptable throughout the Union was a Faustian bargain that counted slaves as three fifths of a citizen, thus artificially bloating the political representation of the slaveholding South.