Saturday, November 21, 2015

Hypocritical Christians and Their Evil God

At the request of a mother of a child with a visual disability, I removed a picture of a tyke who was wearing thick glasses to correct a congenital eye defect. God is the cause of birth defects. God hates little children so he causes them biting maladies. It seems that God is such a pathetic loser that he is still punishing all humanity because Adam and Eve got tricked by a talking snake and ate a piece of fruit. I say to God fuck you for doing this to that INNOCENT boy child.

God has rejected this child. Everyone should reject god!

Leviticus 21:18-22New International Version (NIV)

18 No man who has any defect may come near: no man who is blind or lame, disfigured or deformed; 19 no man with a crippled foot or hand,20 or who is a hunchback or a dwarf, or who has any eye defect, or who has festering or running sores or damaged testicles.



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  1. The first picture on this article needs to be removed. This is using a childs picture without permission from the parent and using it in a demeaning way.

    1. No it doesn't. I am not making money from it.

  2. It doesn't matter if you do or don't get money, the mom hasn't given you the permission to use her photo in my way and would like for you to take it down, please.

  3. It doesn't matter if you do or don't get money, the mom hasn't given you the permission to use her photo in my way and would like for you to take it down, please.


  4. Attis: Born of a Virgin on December 25th, Crucified and Resurrected after Three Days

    by D.M. Murdock/Acharya S

    'A Roman wood and ivory throne found in the Villa of the Papyri, Herculaneum, showing Attis next to a sacred pine tree collecting a pine cone.' (Photo: Reuters/Archaeology Superintendent of Pompeii)

    In many mythicist writings, the ancient Phrygo-Roman god Attis is depicted as having been born of a virgin mother on December 25th, being killed and resurrecting afterwards. Here we shall examine the evidence for these contentions, which parallel the gospel story and Christian tradition concerning Jesus Christ.

    Attis was born on December 25th of the Virgin Nana.
    He was a shepherd, as Christ was called the "Good Shepherd."
    He was considered the "only begotten son," the Logos/Word and the savior slain for the salvation of mankind.
    His cult had a sacrificial meal, at which, it is contended, his body as bread was eaten by his worshippers.
    His priests were "eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven" (Mt 19:12).
    Attis served as both the Divine Son and the Father.
    On "Black Friday," he was "crucified" on a tree, from which his holy blood ran down to redeem the earth.
    He descended into the underworld.
    After three days, Attis was resurrected on March 25th (as tradition held of Jesus) as the "Most High God."
    Providing a summary of the mythos and ritual of Attis, along with comparisons to Christian tradition, professor of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Manchester Dr. Andrew T. Fear states:

    The youthful Attis after his murder was miraculously brought to life again three days after his demise. The celebration of this cycle of death and renewal was one of the major festivals of the metroac cult. Attis therefore represented a promise of reborn life and as such it is not surprising that we find representations of the so-called mourning Attis as a common tomb motif in the ancient world.

    The parallel, albeit at a superficial level, between this myth and the account of the resurrection of Christ is clear. Moreover Attis as a shepherd occupies a favourite Christian image of Christ as the good shepherd. Further parallels also seem to have existed: the pine tree of Attis, for example, was seen as a parallel to the cross of Christ.

    Beyond Attis himself, Cybele too offered a challenge to Christian divine nomenclature. Cybele was regarded as a virgin goddess and as such could be seen as a rival to the Virgin Mary... Cybele as the mother of the Gods, mater Deum, here again presented a starkly pagan parallel to the Christian Mother of God.

    There was rivalry too in ritual. The climax of the celebration of Attis' resurrection, the Hilaria, fell on the 25th of March, the date that the early church had settled on as the day of Christ's death.... (Lane, 39-40)

    As we can see, according to this scholar, Attis is killed, fixed to a tree, and resurrects after three days, while his mother is "regarded as a virgin goddess" comparable to the Virgin Mary.

    These conclusions come from the writings of ancient Pagans, as well as the early Church fathers, including Justin Martyr, Clement of Alexandria, Hippolytus, Tatian, Tertullian, Augustine, Arnobius and Firmicus Maternus.

  5. Listen, I'm just asking for you to take down the picture of my friends kid. She is really upset that you or someone made that image of her kid and does NOT like it.

    1. Have the parent contact me and I will consider it. She should be happy because the image shows how evil God is.

      Pray to God and ask him to fix that tyke's eyes and when God does right by that boy I will take it down. God is the one responsible for it.

      If I could fix that little boy's eyes I would. God can fix that little boy's eyes but he won't.

      I will definitely take it down if you denounce God for the cruel and evil sadist that he is.


Unlike Christian and Muslims I don't censor so say whatever you want. Please include your thoughts on ways to destroy God and religion.