The Real Story of Angels & Demons

“Every visible thing in the world is put under the charge of an angel.”  – St Augustine In 2002 the British newspaper The Sunday Telegraph reported that the Vatican had banned the veneration of those angels who do not appear in the authorised texts of the Bible. This was an attempt to counter the influence of unnamed New Age groups who were allegedly recruiting new members within the Roman Catholic Church. In future, prayers were only to be directed to the three archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael who are mentioned in the Bible. According to the apocryphal and banned Book of Enoch these were the angelic beings responsible for binding the wicked fallen angels or Watchers who had transgressed God’s law. The news report said that the early Church had excluded the book, attributed to the Old Testament prophet and patriarch Enoch, from the authorized version of the Bible […] Read More

Anonymous : There Is No One Way To Live On This Planet, But We Can Be Harmonious

It’s no secret that a small group of elite people, many of whom own some of the largest corporations and banks in the world, controls our healthcare, political, food, and banking systems. The elite gained power by dictating and manipulating people’s beliefs, controlling their finances, and instilling fear within them. They have complete control over mainstream media, allowing them to fabricate stories and publicize “terrorist attacks” that are, too often, funded and/or facilitated by the state — otherwise known as false-flag terrorism. As more people continue to wake up to the “Matrix” we live in, we must ask ourselves: Will we stand by and continue to enable corruption, or will we stand up and change the system ourselves? Anonymous recently answered this question in a video, demanding for the public to take action and explaining how we can create sustainable change through a nonviolent revolution. Why We’re Ready For a Revolution For years, we’ve been watching the […] Read More

Before Religion This Is How People Connected With Their Spirituality

“The shaman is not merely a sick man, or a madman; he is a sick man who has healed himself.” – Terence McKenna Terence Kemp McKenna (November 16, 1946 – April 3, 2000) was an American ethnobotanist, mystic, psychonaut, lecturer, and author who spoke and wrote about a variety of subjects, including psychedelic drugs, plant-based entheogens, shamanism, metaphysics, alchemy, language, philosophy, culture, technology, and the theoretical origins of human consciousness. He was called the “Timothy Leary of the ’90s”, “one of the leading authorities on the ontological foundations of shamanism”, and the “intellectual voice of rave culture”. Shamanism is a spiritual practice found in cultures around the world from ancient times up to the present day. First and foremost, shamans’ practices are practical and adaptable. These practices coexist over millennia with varying cultures, systems of government, and organized religious practices. Many formalized religions, from Buddhism to Christianity, came from […] Read More

How Can We Celebrate Our Independence When Most Americans Are Willingly Enslaved To The Matrix?

Did you know that the average U.S. adult consumes 10 hours and 39 minutes of media a day?  Nielsen has just released brand new numbers on the media consumption patterns of Americans, and they are absolutely staggering.  According to Nielsen, the amount of media that we consume per day has increased by an hour just since the first quarter of 2015.  This is the time of the year when we celebrate our independence, but how in the world can we ever be truly independent when most of us are willingly plugging ourselves into “the Matrix” for more than 10 hours a day?  If you feed anything into your mind for hours every day, it is going to change the way that you think, the way that you feel about things, and the way that you view the world.  This endless barrage of “news” and “entertainment” has fundamentally altered the […] Read More

David Icke: The Origin of Prison Religions

Is it all coincidence, or something else? In the following video, David Icke examines the origin of modern mainstream religions and finds some startling similarities between them all. Icke sees religions as mental prisons, designed to keep their followers under control, and questions the necessity for the involvement of a middle man, a priest for example, in someone’s own personal relationship with ‘God’. Watch Icke’s explanation of ‘prison religions’ here: Related articles God is Simply Thought in the Third Dimension Is It Time to Rethink Life-without-Parole Sentencing? Georgia Pastor Has His Mind Blown by European Atheists: ‘If There’s No God, Why Should I Believe?’ Stealing Children For Profit Reincarnation Is Enslavement by Greg Calise The Final Trick of the Matrix Control System New World Order (NWO)

AMERICAN BISHOP EXPLAINS HOW RELIGION IS ‘MADE UP’ AND USED TO CONTROL PEOPLE

Religion is a controversial topic, and I’d like to preface this article by saying that it is not my aim to belittle or diminish anyone’s beliefs. My problem is not with faith but with religion as an organization, which has been used as a means of control, to pit people against each other, and to incite terror and war. Religion in this context serves the purposes of many various global elitist agendas. Religion is also confusing, to say the least; within several different religions exist different ‘sects,’ each with their own teachings and version of the ‘truth’ and how to live one’s life. Within Christianity alone, there are multiple versions of the Bible, and teachings that contradict one another. What one religion says in one part of the world may directly oppose what another says in a different part of the world. This alone is a recipe for feelings of confusion and isolation […] Read More

Top 10 Most Restrictive, False and Dangerous Religious Beliefs

Restrictive, false and dangerous religious beliefs abound throughout the world, and dominate the mainstream teachings of organized religion. by Makia Freeman Religion has caused a lot of unnecessary pain to mankind, despite whatever truth and good intentions it has. Some of these dangerous religious beliefs fool you into thinking you can out-source your morality, ethics or spirituality to some external organization. Others prevent you from taking full responsibility for yourself and your actions, thus hindering you from stepping fully into your power. Still others goad you into a false sense of security where there is none. All of them limit you and the deeper realization of Who You Are. The suffering perpetrated by religion (which continues to this day) stems from restrictive,  false and dangerous religious beliefs – based on separation.  Additionally, all of them stem from the single fundamental delusion of separateness, i.e. that we are discrete and […] Read More

“There Is No God but Allah”: Virginia School Forced to Cancel Class over Arabic Writing Assignment

A rural school district in Virginia felt compelled to cancel all classes and even a holiday concert after angry parents flooded the district with not just thousands, but tens of thousands of complaints over an Arabic calligraphy lesson. Students were told to copy a Muslim statement of faith known as the Shahada which translates to “There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah” in Arabic. The assignment included other religious faiths as well. The school claimed the lesson was meant to “illustrate the complexity of the written Arabic language”. While this specific message the kids were writing is a well known profession of faith for Muslims, it also happens to appear on the flags of the Islamic State. Augusta County Sheriff Randall Fisher said some of the angry messages the school received were “threatening and very profane in nature”. Investigators are sifting through the […] Read More

Spiritual Without Being Religious — Is It Possible?

Can one be spiritual without being religious and vice versa? An increasing population believes so. Here’s how and why the differentiation came into being. by Helen E. Williams, DreamcatcherReality.com Before we get down to deciding the relationship between religiousness and spirituality, it is important to define these terms. For the most part, different groups may have different definitions. There is ample room for debate around this topic. But to make matters simpler, we’ll use the theories set by one of the most distinguished philosophers of the decade, Ken Wilber, also known as the Einstein of Consciousness Research. According to some recent surveys conducted by different organizations, an increasing proportion of people regard themselves as “spiritual but not religious”. This difference stems from difference of opinions and perceptions about the truth. Here’s how Ken Wilber explains why this is possible. How True Is The Truth? There are two kinds of […] Read More

Children Exposed To Religion Have Difficulty Distinguishing Fact From Fiction, Study Finds

Young children who are exposed to religion have a hard time differentiating between fact and fiction, according to a new study published in the July issue of Cognitive Science. Researchers presented 5- and 6-year-old children from both public and parochial schools with three different types of stories — religious, fantastical and realistic –- in an effort to gauge how well they could identify narratives with impossible elements as fictional. The study found that, of the 66 participants, children who went to church or were enrolled in a parochial school were significantly less able than secular children to identify supernatural elements, such as talking animals, as fictional. By relating seemingly impossible religious events achieved through divine intervention (e.g., Jesus transforming water into wine) to fictional narratives, religious children would more heavily rely on religion to justify their false categorizations. “In both studies, [children exposed to religion] were less likely to […] Read More

These 5 Studies Suggest Religion Isn’t Working

“Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits.” — Jesus Christ, as quoted in Matthew 7:15-16 Most arguments about religion—pro or con—have to do with what we feel the relative accuracy of our metaphysical speculations, prejudices, and traditions to be. These arguments are generally pointless, increasingly so when the participants have little in common. But if we look at religion as a social institution, we can reasonably ask whether it’s working in that secular capacity. And the secular role of religion is that it is supposed to promote sound moral values and make adherents better people than they would otherwise be. The near-consensus view seems to be that it works quite well in that capacity. Last year, the Pew Research Center published a study that found U.S. residents are about evenly divided on […] Read More

Teacher Forces Students to Admit God is a Myth or Get Failing Grade

“KATY, Texas – A Texas seventh-grader is standing up for her religious beliefs after she alleges her teacher forced students to deny that God is real, and threatened them with failing grades if they don’t agree. Jordan Wooley, a seventh grade student at West Memorial Junior High School in the Katy Independent School District, testified at a school board meeting last night about an assignment in her reading class that caused a serious controversy, and expressed frustration about her teacher’s atheist indoctrination. “Today I was given an assignment in school that questioned my faith and told me that God was not real. Our teacher had started off saying that the assignment had been giving problems all day. We were asked to take a poll to say whether God is fact, opinion or a myth and she told anyone who said fact or opinion was wrong and God was only […] Read More

What the Numbers Don’t Tell Us: Religion Is a Lived, Shifting Experience

A new survey doesn’t tell us why that’s occurring, only that it is occurring, and that it is unstoppable. Having spent most of the last two years in conversation with Nones, seekers, doubters, and those who feel culturally bound to a religious tradition even while they don’t participate in one, the latest Pew survey results come as no surprise. It’s been clear for years that Mainline Protestant Christianity in America is on the decline. That Catholicism also is in precipitous decline—and the news that the religiously unaffiliated now outnumber Catholics—is perhaps only surprising to those who haven’t attended a Catholic church recently. Today, 13 percent of American adults are former Catholics. For every person who joins the Catholic church, six Catholics leave. “No other group,” according to Pew, “has such a lopsided ratio of losses to gains.” When it comes to the topic of religious switching and the decline […] Read More