2310160300M GNOSTICISM IS SPIRITUAL POISON?
The certain belief that GOD doesn’t exist is the first step towards belief in the existence of a false one – perplexing, isn’t it? It’s like believing that ‘good’ doesn’t exist would be the first step towards believing that ‘evil’ does however exist. It’s like saying that ‘hot’ doesn’t exist would be the first step in believing that cold does. Could order even exist without chaos? Likewise could chaos exist with order? Or should I ask if either can exist without the frame of reference provided by the other?
Has there ever been a socialist society that hasn’t imprisoned and abused its dissenting detractors – ever?
THE ROOT CAUSE OF ALL THIS HUMAN VEXATION IS:
The large number of them that are unable to reconcile ‘Free Will of the INDIVIDUAL.’ Socialism sincerely believes that GOD made a mistake creating Earth and its inhabitants. So they blame a defective Demiurge in one way or another. Socialists truly believe it’s their calling in life to correct the mistakes they think GOD has made.
The goal of their Gnostic Socialism is to bring about submissive sidewalk savages that will bow down to him (or her) – as sex has no place in the spirit.
PS1. And yet these woke socialists fail to see that “Gnosticism is the motivator; Hermetic-ism the methodology” is a religion this United States Government is rightly forbidden to establish.
PS2. People need to realize just how exceedingly rare an experiment in self-rule actually is – it’s none existent. America is an extreme exception to th rule – not something commonplace. So when you hear the term American Exceptionalism it actually does apply.
PS3. Any Socialist planet is doomed to be a religious prison planet – there’s no alternative.
PS4. Think about it, the very same agnostics indoctrinating you kids are same agnostics that’ll deny the existence of GOD – HOW CAN THAT BE? How can the oxymoron of Gnosticism and atheism exist in the same matriculation?
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“Gnosticism in the Modern West”
▪ a particular system of faith and worship:
"the world's great religions"
▪ a pursuit or interest to which someone ascribes supreme importance:
"consumerism is the new religion"
Middle English (originally in the sense ‘life under monastic vows&rsquo: from Old French, or from Latin religio(n-) ‘obligation, bond, reverence’, perhaps based on Latin religare ‘to bind’.
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