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LeoRetilus

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Hi @Leo

Would you be willing to elaborate what you consider to be the lies of Christianity and the falsehood of all religions? (even if this means pushing some "buttons" :eek:)



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Hey Andro, yes as I was relating from Mysteries of The Cathedrals, it was common practice of the Cathars and the Christians to conquer indigenous peoples in the name of the church and declare them heathens and savages, and especially take possession of their sacred healing sites and create some fake Christian cover story and then build a cathedral or church over the site, even the ancient druidic nymphaneums, limestone grottos as well as sacred Oak groves where the communal roots would hollow out an subterranean cathedral and eventually a sacred spring of healing water would emerge, later to be channeled up through the church.

But here I'll give you more modern example that I visited and experienced first hand.....https://www.spiritualtravels.info/s...-america/the-holy-dirt-of-chimayo-new-mexico/

..."The Lourdes of North America...lol:LOL:" no shit another fake cover story, lourdes btw being the site of a grotto where a nymph appeared to Bernadette Peters, as was legend also in ancient greece of the nymphaeum and seaside grottos....The virgin Mary... lol. Its funny isn't it that the church of the Nativity was also a limestone grotto?
Indeed Fulcanelli my friend, it was also enough for me!

Before the Spanish arrived and the missionaries began "converting" the savages in the area, this site had been a sacred healing site of the pueblo Indians, the indigenous of the area, for thousands of years, and as was practice of the Catholic church a fake cover story about a cross appearing there multiple times was contrived to appropriate the site for Catholicism, its now an adobe Catholic Disney land, complete with gift shops and shit...https://www.latimes.com/world-natio...rine-in-search-of-miracles-and-some-holy-dirt

the same practice was performed throughout South America, most notable the San Gabriel monastery, upon The Great Pyramid of Cholula (my fav hot sauce btw! :love:).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Pyramid_of_Cholula

History[edit]​

Model of the various structures that make up the pyramid
The Great Pyramid was an important religious and mythical centre in prehispanic times.[10] Over a period of a thousand years prior to the Spanish Conquest, consecutive construction phases gradually built up the bulk of the pyramid until it became the largest in Mexico by volume.[10]

Classic[edit]​

Outlines of various pyramids overlaid on top of on another to show relative height Comparison of approximate profiles of the Great Pyramid of Cholula with some notable pyramidal or near-pyramidal buildings. Dotted lines indicate original heights, where data is available. In its SVG file, hover over a pyramid to highlight and click for its article.
The temple-pyramid complex was built in four stages, starting from the 3rd century BC through the 9th century AD, and was dedicated to the deity Quetzalcoatl. It has a base of 300 by 315 metres (984 by 1,033 ft) and a height of 25 m (82 ft). According to the Guinness Book of Records, it is, in fact, the largest pyramid as well as the largest monument ever constructed anywhere in the world, with a total volume estimated at over 4.45 million cubic metres, even larger than that of the taller Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, which is about 2.5 million cubic metres.[11] The ceramics of Cholula were closely linked to those of Teotihuacan, and both sites appeared to decline simultaneously.[12] The Postclassic nahuas called the pyramid Tlachihualtépetl or "hand-made mountain", which means they believed the structure was built by human hands instead of by sacred beings.[13]

At its peak, Cholula had the second largest population in Mexico of an estimated 100,000 people living at this site.[14] Though the prehispanic city of Cholula remained inhabited, residents abandoned the Great Pyramid in the 8th century as the city suffered a drastic population drop.[7] Even after this population drop, the Great Pyramid retained its religious importance.[10]

The site was once called Cholollan meaning "the place of those who fled", a clear reference to the events written on the colonial text Anales de Cuauhtinchan, where a group of tolteca-chichimeca arrive and conquer the city after running from their previous capital city, tollan-xicocotitlán.[15]

Postclassic and Colonial[edit]​

The Toltec-Chichimec History, a codex from the Cholula region, relates that an Olmec-Xicalanca lord with the title Aquiyach Amapane resided at the Great Pyramid.[16] In the 12th century, after the Toltec-Chichimecas took over the city, religious focus shifted away from the pyramid and to a new temple.[9] Even during the Postclassic period, long after locals abandoned the pyramid, they continued to bury their deceased around the structure, demonstrating its continued importance.[17] By the time the Spanish arrived, the pyramid was overgrown, and by the 19th century it was still undisturbed, with only the church built in the 16th century visible.[18]

Modern history[edit]​

Architect Ignacio Marquina started exploratory tunnelling within the pyramid in 1931.[19] By 1954, the total length of tunnels came to approximately 8.0 kilometres (5 mi).[19]

Today the pyramid at first looks like a natural hill surmounted by a church.[1] This is the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios (Church of Our Lady of Remedies), also known as the Santuario de la Virgen de los Remedios (Sanctuary of the Virgin of Remedies), which was built by the Spanish in colonial times (1594) on top of the prehispanic temple. The church is a major Catholic pilgrimage destination, and the site is also used for the celebration of indigenous rites. Many ancient sites in Latin America are found under modern Catholic holy sites, due to the practice of the Catholic Church of repurposing local religious sites.

Because of the historic and religious significance of the church, which is a designated colonial monument, the pyramid as a whole has not been excavated and restored, as have the smaller but better-known pyramids at Teotihuacan. Inside the pyramid are some five miles (8 km) of tunnels excavated by archaeologists.
Our Lady of Remedies? :unsure:...give me a fucking break!! 🤬

The balance of "all religions" comes from the same need of a dominating and controlling class to create a similar system of control through a type of government and an weak and petty contrivance of the human intellect and imagination predicated upon some notion of an eternal reward or punishment for ones actions, as in prehistoric times one had little to live or hope for.....SPERO SPERABO :cry:
 
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The natural fire my friend is the fire within which lights our own mantles, RER, RER Spero Sperabo! "As long as I breathe , I hope" and as ICH says, "there fore I do indeed live according to Gods will!" Look at the cover of the Mutus Liber...they arent praying!
Ask yourself why most of the spiritual religions entail a type of structured breathing, as I intimated on another thread, Tai Chi breathing through the nose into the Dan Tien......what"s in the gut? Look closely at the plates from Mutus Liber and see the Privy Seal of Secrets, The True Mine of Saturn and find the clay of the wise!

God never wrote a book, he simply had one commandment, statement. That as long as your draw breathe you live, so live! Everything else that is permutation of that, is a construct of the human imagination and the basis once again for some contrived religion.

Sure, and I appreciate your dedication to the path that takes one on a journey between two mountains in search of the Privy.

I do also believe this is not the only path to the Stone. It may be the best. I am not sure. I've recently come to accept this path much more than I had before. But the One thing is not just held or found within the Microcosm, nor in the Little Farmer.
There are other paths, like the classic Quartet path (Cyliani, Palmer, Recreations, etc.).
Book of Abraham the Jew - collection of salts through Marcz.

I thought the crude / vulgar fire could be used to attract and help corporify the hidden sulphur.
 

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Sure, and I appreciate your dedication to the path that takes one on a journey between two mountains in search of the Privy.

I do also believe this is not the only path to the Stone. It may be the best. I am not sure. I've recently come to accept this path much more than I had before. But the One thing is not just held or found within the Microcosm, nor in the Little Farmer.
There are other paths, like the classic Quartet path (Cyliani, Palmer, Recreations, etc.).
Book of Abraham the Jew - collection of salts through Marcz.

I thought the crude / vulgar fire could be used to attract and help corporify the hidden sulphur.
All paths work. You just need God.
 

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Greetings, colleagues. I've been thinking a lot, but I don't understand...This thought literally keeps me awake... Spiritus descends with the rain and fertilizes the earth. But at the same time it does without alkaline salt. I.e. rain already contains spiritus. It is logical that its partial fixation is already taking place in the atmosphere...but there is no alkaline salt. I have read studies that real rain is more effective than artificial irrigation. So the rain already contains a fraction of spiritus (obviously in weakly fixed nitrogen compounds)...Then what role does alkaline salt play and is it needed?
But rainwater during a thunderstorm! , because lightening fuses nitrogen in the upper atmosphere into nitre salts which are impregnated into the rainwater....
 

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Indeed, my friend and cast out each time as a repulsed, rejected and reviled matter, in modern days with the double flick of the wrist!

Double take...several? Man they were regular back then, more fiber, legumes and less processed foods, greater motility I suppose.

:unsure: "The poor has more and better of it"...hmmm....less meat and more magic beans, and no running water, i.e. "plumbing" Plumago- lead/Saturn! Grasses and veggies like legumes that contain copious amounts of cyanobacteria that fix niter! The Azolla, Mosquito fern was also the plant responsible for eliminating the greenhouse gases from the last warming event and actually proliferated and brought upon the last ice age! 🥶
 

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Sure, and I appreciate your dedication to the path that takes one on a journey between two mountains in search of the Privy.

I do also believe this is not the only path to the Stone. It may be the best. I am not sure. I've recently come to accept this path much more than I had before. But the One thing is not just held or found within the Microcosm, nor in the Little Farmer.
There are other paths, like the classic Quartet path (Cyliani, Palmer, Recreations, etc.).
Book of Abraham the Jew - collection of salts through Marcz.

I thought the crude / vulgar fire could be used to attract and help corporify the hidden sulphur.
All paths lead back to the same spiritual root. ❤️‍🔥
 

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ha ha. That's hilarious EM.
You spotted my propane tank.
Lol 😆🤣, it's a mystical orb of gaseous vapor.....that said methane is quite interesting isn't it? 🤔😁
 

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If I hadn't said it lately, I love all of you my brothers and sisters who reach for something higher than this banal animal existence You are the fertile soil in which I cultivate my Celestial Agriculture! ❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥❤️‍🔥.

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Bless you Leo. Let's hope we all one day see each other and laugh about our worldly struggles as we enjoy immortality.