Darwin's Most Disfavoured Race

Darwin's Most Disfavoured Race

Darwin's 'Favoured Race'

Darwin's 'Favoured Race'

A victim of Science in Chernobyl

Lord Hanuman, The Aryan god of Evolution

Lord Hanuman, The Aryan god of Evolution

“That ye may be children of your father..

“That ye may be children of your father..
For he maketh his sun to rise...” (Mt 5:45) "The sun was risen upon the earth." (Gen 19:23); "...at the going down of the sun...." Dt 16:16) Like the prophet Isaiah, Yehoshua points to God as the ultimate Ruler of coelestial movements. “And this shall be the sign unto thee from YHWH, that he will do this thing that He hath spoken: behold, I will cause the shadow of the dial, which is gone down on the sun-dial of Ahaz, to return backward ten degrees. So the sun returned ten degrees it was gone down.” Copernicus's prayer proves that he recanted the following teaching documented in his book: “In the center of all rests the Sun. For who would place this lamp of a very beautiful temple in another or better place than this from which it can illuminate everything at the same time? As a matter of fact, not unhappily do some call it the lantern, others, the mind, and still others, the Leader of the World. Trismegistus calls it ‘visible God’; Sophocles’ Electra, ‘that which gazes upon all things.’ And so the sun, as if resting on a kingly throne, governs the family of stars (like Zeu pater, Jupiter) which wheel around.” Galileo did not limit himself to attacking Aristotelian-Thomist philosophy. Leaving the terrain of science, he went further and entered the realm of theology as well. To harmonize them with the Copernican theory, he proposed to modify the traditional interpretation of various texts of Scripture that mentioned the movements of the sun and earth. Further, he proposed that Scripture sustained errors.

R. Dawkins, a Modern Pilate

R. Dawkins, a Modern Pilate
A Quote from The God Delusion: “The god of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction; jealous and proud of it; petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak, a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a mysogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully (obviously, he forgot a certain John Bull). Those of us schooled from infancy in his ways can become desentisized to their horror.” This book is on the shelves of every public library in this country, poisoning the minds of American youth with anti-biblical venom and thus turning them into prospective subjects of the British monarchy. The title of Dawkins's bok was inspired by K. Marx's definition of God as “illusory happiness” http://friendlyatheist.com/2009/11/11/atheist-bus-ads-and-billboards-a-compilation/

“I was born to testify to the truth.” (John 18:37)

“I was born to testify to the truth.” (John 18:37)
Pilate saith unto him, What is truth? Virgil says: The Earth is Spinning around its Axis. Classical Latin: Quid faciat laetas segetes, quo sidere terram vertere - Maecenas, ulmisque adiungere vitis conveniat. English Translation: “What makes the cornfield smile; beneath what star, Maecenas, it is meet to turn the earth and fasten vines to elms?”PUBLI VERGILI MARONIS GEORGICA, 1-2, Verses 1:4 The Roman heliocentrism which, in the imperial policy of the Roman emperors, was supposed to become one Global Religion of various peoples subjugated by their legions was expressed by poet Virgil in his Georgica, and its god was described by the same poet in Georgics II: “Tum pater omnipotens fecundis imbribus Aether coniugis in gremium laetae descendit,” (Then Aether, sire omnipotent, leaps down With quickening showers to his glad wife's embrace”). All the ancient nations deified Aether in its imponderable aspect and potency. Virgil calls Jupiter, Pater omnipotens AEther, "the great Aether." Emperor Hadrian built a temple to Jupiter/Aether on the ruins of the Jewish temple. In conversation with V. I. Arnold, a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (March 1998), Pope John Paul II recognized that science alone is able to determine the truth, whereas religion, in the words of the pontificate, sees itself as better suited to evaluate the possible uses of new discoveries. (From a Letter of the Russian Academy of Sciences to V. Putin published in Kentavr, No. 3, pp. 1-2 (a popular-science supplement to Novaya Gazeta).[Russian version] Ch. Darwin argued: “If you wnat to get at the truth of the matter, you must turn to science: to the rational weighing of the evidence we obtain by careful observations of nature.”

Homo Heliocentricus or New Humanist

Homo Heliocentricus or New Humanist
Bacchus died and rose again, On the Golden Syrian plain; Osiris rose from his grave; And thereby mankind did save; Adonis likewise shed his blood, By the yellow Syrian flood, Zoroaster brought to birth, Mithra from his cave of earth, And we today in Christian land, With them can join hands.

Ch. Darwin, a Royal-Papal Shark of the British Oligarchy devours little Fish-Jesus

Ch. Darwin, a Royal-Papal Shark  of the British Oligarchy devours little Fish-Jesus

Pan demonstrates Pythagorean Harmony of the Spheres

Pan demonstrates Pythagorean Harmony of the Spheres

The God Pan plays Musica Mundana, like Shiva Nataraj

The God Pan plays Musica Mundana, like Shiva Nataraj

Pan, the god of heliocentrism in love

Pan, the god of heliocentrism in love

Another Form of Swastika - Triskelion

Another Form of Swastika - Triskelion

Ancient Roman Mosaics

Ancient Roman Mosaics

Etruscan pendant with swastika and heliocentric diagram

Etruscan pendant with swastika and heliocentric diagram

The Symbol of the Sumerian sun god Enlil

The Symbol of the Sumerian sun god Enlil

The Heliocentric Diagram of Sumer

The Heliocentric Diagram of Sumer

The Hegemonicon or Prof. von Lauchen ruler of the Copernican circles

The Hegemonicon or Prof. von Lauchen ruler of the Copernican circles
In a short passage in von Lauchen's Narratio (p. 465,12; 462,22,35) he refers to the sun not only as God’s steward of nature and king of all distinguished with divine Majesty, but also explains that the sun, like the heart in a body, guides the stars: like a ruler who does not need to go to various towns in order to execute his official duty, so the heart does not have to go to head, to feet, or to other part of the body in order to sustain life. This was a perennial mantra of all heliocentric astrologers throughout the ages. Aztec priests were accused by the Spaniards of performing 50,000 heart sacrifices a year to renew the vital strength of the sun believed to be the heart of the heaven. The Swastika means so many things: life force, rebirth, divine energy, the soul or spirit, "the inner fire" The Hindus have used Swastikas in the Chakras since ancient times. Buddhists are known for using the Swastika and they have called it the 'Buddha's heart'. In the New Testament the heart is called nous, a term denoting also the sun.

A Graphic rendition of Copernicus's Pagan Religion aka Heliocentrism

A Graphic rendition of Copernicus's Pagan Religion aka Heliocentrism
Earth goddess Gaia, a great planetary organism circling around the sun god - F. Bilek, a 19th century Czech artist’s rendering of the Copernican heliolatry (published in Polish magazine Życie (Life), II, 44, p. 579 November 19, 1897) In the center of all rests the Sun. For who would place this lamp of a very beautiful temple in another or better place than this from which it can illuminate everything at the same time? As a matter of fact, not unhappily do some call it the lantern, others, the mind, and still others, the Leader of the World. Trismegistus calls it ‘visible God’; Sophocles’ Electra, ‘that which gazes upon all things.’ And so the sun, as if resting on a kingly throne, governs the family of stars, which wheel around. (The Revolutions, 1,10) “Probably the most notorious Freemason lodge is the P2 (or Galileo) in Italy. This group has been implicated in everything from bribery to assassinations. P2 is directly connected to the Vatican, the Knights of Malta, and the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. It is powerful and dangerous. Any high-level members of the Vatican are now Freemasons.” With this in mind, let us see whom Ancients (Freemasons) give their worship and to whom they extend glory. We will be quoting from Morals and Dogma: 1. “The Sun, Archimagus, worshipped as Mithras, the Mediator, the Invincible. “ (p. 612) 2. “The Sun and Moon of the Alchemists give stability to the Philosophical Stone…” (p. 776) 3. “Sun and Moon considered the cause of the generation of the earth…” (p. 475) The Apollo astronaut Russel Schweikart (See, Gaia, Evolution and the Significance of Space Exploration, JS Journal, published by International Synergy (December 1987; 2:2, p. 29) “was the first person to walk in space without an umbilical cord to the craft, swept along by the magical, invisible connection of shared momentum,” believes that Gaia may be nearing some sort of threshold analogous to giving birth. Wee may conclude that a new member will soon be added to Copernicus’s astrorum familia.

Galileo followed Aristarchus and Digges, not Copernicus

Galileo followed Aristarchus and Digges, not Copernicus

Aristarchus' heliocentric diagram

Aristarchus' heliocentric diagram

Digges's Correction of Copernicus's Diagram

Digges's Correction of Copernicus's Diagram
The three orbits for Copernicus's Moon were reoplaced by one

Copernicus's diagram with three orbits for the moon between Venus and Mars

Copernicus's diagram with three orbits for the moon between Venus and Mars

Such circles deceived Copernicus into believing in heliocentrism

Such circles deceived Copernicus into believing in heliocentrism

the Moon setting over the mountain Untervaz

the Moon setting over the mountain Untervaz
The pine trees on Zweierspitz mountain, which lies at 1,858 meters (6,096 feet)above sea level, are bathed in lunar light at dawn as the moon sets above Untervaz, in the Upper Rhine Valley, Switzerland, on Jan. 12

Death of Copernicus by Polish arist Alexander Lesser

Death of Copernicus by Polish arist Alexander Lesser

The Christmas Eve Visitor over Germany

The Christmas Eve Visitor over Germany

Europa riding her lover Zeus

Europa riding her lover Zeus

Love which Endures

Love which Endures

VeryEvilPope CLI

VeryEvilPope CLI

Stalin's Fist

Stalin's Fist

Allahu Akbar or Mar Alah, Fire from Babylon

Allahu Akbar or Mar Alah, Fire from Babylon

The Fiery Shadow of JP2

The Fiery Shadow of JP2

The worker-pope

The worker-pope

The Black SS-Pope

The Black SS-Pope

Sieg Heil

Sieg Heil

Sic transit gloria mundi

Sic transit gloria mundi

Circumcision of Jesus

Circumcision of Jesus

The Aryan Roots of Darwin's Natural Selection

The Aryan Roots of Darwin's Natural Selection
Karma: Past lives which are lived wrongly bring about 'karma' which must be worked off without complaint, and no one should try to alleviate their own or another's suffering 'lest we interfere with the outworking of their karma and unbalance cosmic justice' (this has long been practiced in India, where sick and starving people 'of low caste' are left to die in the streets). Willim O. Judge taught extensively on this theme and commented on its application to the Jews. Because the Jews were sentenced by Cicero to eternal servitude. Theosophists are no 'Good Samaritans.' On pages 149 and 150 in The Descent of Man Darwin says: “With savages, the weak in body or mind are soon eliminated; and those that survive commonly exhibit a vigorous state of health. We civilized men, on the other hand, do our utmost to check the process of elimination, we build asylums for the imbecile, the maimed and the sick; we institute poor laws; and our medical men exert their utmost skill to save the life of everyone to the last moment. There is reason to believe that vaccination has preserved thousands who, for a weak constitution, would formerly have succumbed to smallpox. Thus the weak members of civilized society propagate their kind. No one who has attended to the breeding of domestic animals will doubt that this must be highly injurious to the race of man. It is surprising how soon a want of care, or care wrongly directed, leads to the degeneration of a domestic race; but, excepting in the race of man himself, hardly anyone is so ignorant as to allow his worst animals to breed.” Darwin was one of the richest men in Great Britain and he wrote justification for the inhuman practices of his own caste. He was tried with the Nazi war criminals in Nuremberg. W. Judge in his Ocean of Theosopby (chapter 15) wrote: “In the year 1893 at Moscow Professor Virchow (who called Darwin's book the terrorists' manual) said in a lecture that the missing link was as far off as ever, as much a dream as ever, and that no real evidence was at hand to show man as coming from the animals.” The romanticization of a mass murder was made the centerpiece of this book. It is a license to kill where Thou shalt not kill, should be taught. In an interview for the German Spiegel Online published January 10, 2008 entitled The Bible Calls it a Sin Metropolitan Kyrill, (now the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church) asked how he would approach Darwin's theories if he were a teacher, answered: “I would say that the theory has many adherents, but also a few unanswered questions. For instance, no one has provided precise proof of the transition from one species to another. It would be wrong to treat Darwin's theory as the only correct one. It is the leading theory today, but it could be replaced by another theory tomorrow. There was also a time when Marxism considered itself the only correct and scientifically justified theory...”

In January 1933, the Belgian mathematician and Catholic priest Georges Lemaitre traveled with Albert Einstein to California for a series of seminars. After the Belgian detailed his Big Bang theory, Einstein stood up applauded, and said, This is the most beautiful and satisfactory explanation of creation to which I have ever listened. Lemaitres theory, the idea that there was a burst of fireworks which marked the beginning of time and space on a day without yesterday, was a radical departure from prevailing scientific understandings, though it has since come to be the most probable explanation for the origin of the universe. (In other words, a Jesuit was behind the embarrassing doctrine of the "Big Bang" theory. -TR ) I was still a young professor of philosophy – just beginning to perceive the immense depth of the religions that I had till then dismissed - at that time the general view of the academic and scientific estabnlishment was that religion was a cultural relic well on its way to being marginalized in the advancing life of modern civilization. Religion, and the idea of God, as Freud had so confidently prophesied, were being replaced by scientific, purely huamnistic thought as an arbiter of values and truth. In conversation with V. I. Arnold, a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (March 1998), Pope John Paul II recognized that science alone is able to determine the truth, whereas religion, in the words of the pontificate, sees itself as better suited to evaluate the possible uses of new discoveries. (From a Letter of the Russian Academy of Sciences to V. Putin published in Kentavr, No. 3, pp. 1-2 (a popular-science supplement to Novaya Gazeta).[Russian version] Ch. Darwin argued: “If you wnat to get at the truth of the matter, you must turn to science: to the rational weighing of the evidence we obtain by careful observations of nature.” Finally, we might ask why Carl Sagan, of all people, was invited, at considerable expense, to address a conference of Catholic educators and librarians in St. Louis? Are these educators unaware of Sagan's openly professed beliefs? Could it actually be that some of these Catholic educators share these beliefs?

At the Sources of Babylonian Heliocentrism

At the Sources of Babylonian Heliocentrism

The Philosophy behind the Einstein Equation

The Philosophy behind the Einstein Equation
According to The New Roman catechism “fire” symbolizes the transforming energy of the Holy Spirit, the same fire which Jesus came to cast upon the earth and which came to rest upon the infant Church at Pentecost, the very same fire which Paul urged the Thessalonians not to extinguish (cp. the undying fire of the Vestal Virgins) – for it is none other than the Holy Spirit itself (# 696). In physical terms fire is the basic element that becomes all things. Reading Gospel of John 1:3 (“All things were made by it, i.e. Logos) keep in mind that from Anaxagoras through Aristotle, “nous” replaced “logos” as the motivating principle of the universe; nous was an immaterial (spiritual) power while logos was material. Apollo was called Eleleus because he orbited in a collected mass of fire. “There was a time, when the Eastern symbol of the Cross and Circle, the Swastica, was universally adopted. With the esoteric (and, for the matter of that, exoteric) Buddhist, the Chinaman and the Mongolian, it means "the 10,000 truths." These truths, they say, belong to the mysteries of the unseen Universe and primordial Cosmogony and Theogony. "Since Fohat crossed the Circle like two lines of flame (horizontally and vertically), the hosts of the Blessed Ones have never failed to send their representatives upon the planets they are made to watch over from the beginning." This is why the Swastica is always placed -- as the ansated Cross was in Egypt -- on the breasts of the defunct mystics. It is found on the heart of the images and statues of Buddha, in Tibet and Mongolia.” (Blavatsky, The Secfret Doctrine, vol. II, ch. 24, p. 579) The first principle alternately creates the world from itself and again itself from the world, and all things, Heraclitus says, are an exchange for fire and fire for all things, as good are for gold, and gold for goods.” (Plutarch, On the E at Delphi, 388DE). Heraclitus was an Einstein of antiquity; his equivalency of fire and things matches Einstein’s equivalency of energy (brahman, logos) and matter as expressed in his famous and deceiving equation E=mc². The phoenix-like character of matter reborn from its ashes was allegedly proved in atom smashers in which the energy released in its collision transforms itself into new subatomic particles. That explains why the former organ of the Soviet communists Pravda praises resurrection as the most scientific doctrine. Well, according to this perennial philosophy the most famous Soviet physicist worked out the hypothesis of Solar Phoenix, or strictly materialistic principle of the “spontaneous resurrection of energy (Brahma) such as takes place in the sun's core.” Heraclitus also invented an “atom smasher”; his sun was a bowl in the sky, its concave surface toward us. Fiery vapors from the earth gathered there and burned themselves out. The world on the upward way gives us summers and, winters are converse movements. This closed cycle contains the image of death and rebirth of vegetation like the famous parable of St. Paul: “When you plant a seed in the ground it does not sprout to life unless it dies” (1 Cor 15:36). Juvenal in his Satire XV ridicule similar Egyptian belief in these words: “At first he (i.e. god Sin) got to Egypt, and did sow gardens of gods (cp. Semiramis’ hanging gardens), which every year did grow.”

The Marriage of Philology and Mercury

The Marriage of Philology and Mercury
This single encyclopedic work, De nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii ("On the Marriage of Philology and Mercury"), sometimes called De septem disciplinis ("On the seven disciplines") or the Satyricon,[2] is an elaborate didactic allegory written in a mixture of prose and elaborately allusive verse, a prosimetrum in the manner of the Menippean satires of Varro. The style is wordy and involved, loaded with metaphor and bizarre expressions. The book was of great importance in defining the standard formula of academic learning from the Christianized Roman Empire of the fifth century until the Renaissance of the 12th century. The eighth book of M. Capella's De Nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii describes a modified geocentric astronomical model, in which the Earth is at rest in the center of the universe and circled by the moon, the sun, three planets and the stars, while Mercury and Venus circle the Sun.[4] This view was singled out for praise by Copernicus in Book I of his De revolutionibus orbium coelestium. Dedicating the work to a powerful patron was also usual practice and Paul III, the pope to whom De revolutionibus was addressed, had previously been the recipient of the dedication in another astronomical work. In 1538, Girolamo Fracastoro had produced his own, rather less radical, reform of Ptolemy and seen fit to offer it to the same Pope The celestial marriage described by M. Capella inspired two best-known scientists of the Renaissance era: Girolamo Fracastoro (1478-1553) physician and poet, and N. Copernicus (1473-1543) also physician, poet and astrologer. In his long poem, Fracastoro argues that the infecting semina of syphilis may arise from poisonous emanations sparked by planetary conjunctions. He even invokes a linguistic parallel between transmission of syphilis by sexual contact (coitus) and the production of bad seeds by planetary overlap in the sky, for he describes the astronomical phenomenon with the same word, as “coitum et conventum syderum” (the coitus and conjunction of stars), particularly “nostra trium superiorum, Saturni, Iovis et Martis” (our three most distant bodies: Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars). In other words, Fracastoro was led in his speculations by the perennial astrological principle: “As Above, so Below”. And so was Copernicus. The expression “family of stars” suggests what Fracastoro described as “coitum et conventum syderum” and what follows logically polytheism! In one of the Thanksgiving Psalms from Qumran caves, God is addressed as “the Prince of the gods and the King of the venerable ones, and the Lord of every spirit, and the Master of every work.” This god whose rays the Essenes avoided to offend while defecating is the same sun god whom Copernicus describes as “sitting on the royal throne and reigning the surrounding family of stars.” E. Halley found the same astrological belief in Newton’s work. In his preface to the first edition of “Principia” he wrote some complimentary verses in Latin, ending in the line, “Nec fas est proprius mortali attingere divos” (t is not allowed to any mortal to come closer to the gods).

An Exhibit from the Moscow Air Show

An Exhibit from the Moscow Air Show
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/photo/2011-08/18/c_131057973.htm

An Exhibit from the Moscow Air Show

An Exhibit from the Moscow Air Show
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/photo/2011-08/18/c_131057973.htm

Islamic Defense of Biblical Geocentrism

Islamic Defense of Biblical Geocentrism
Islamic astronomers did more than simply read Ptolemy. They provided astronomy with new mathematics. Their invention of algebra and trigonometry substantially changed the mathematical foundation of astronomy. They also questioned Ptolemy fundamentally. They created cosmological alternatives. However, they never questioned geocentricity. Islamic astronomers were well known in the Christian Middle Ages. Copernicus (1543) mentions some in his De Revolutionibus, e.g. Ibn Rushd, al-Battani, Al-Zarkali , Thabit ibn Qurra, and al-Bitruji (latinized Alpetragius, died 1204 in Spain). The fundamental criticism on the Almagest by al-Tusi and others may have been instrumental in the work of Copernicus. In 2006, a book Metahari Mengelilingi Bumi by Ahmad Sabiq bin Abdul Lathif Abu Yusuf was published in Indonesia which 'explains' that according to Islam, the right concept in astronomy is not the earth revolving about the sun (heliocentrism), but the sun revolving about the earth (geocentrism). This book was followed by many websites for support that geocentric concept. And so a movement against “the Scientific Miracles” in the Qur'an started and is growing day by day. Click on the link to see the title page of the book syawal88.wordpress.com/2010/03/ The followers of Ahmad Sabiq bin Abdul Lathif Abu Jusuf proclaim: “Heliocentrism was created by non-Muslims for misguiding Muslims to the wwrong paths. Some of them say helicentrism was created by Christians and Jews, the others say heliocentrism was originally from Ancient Greek pagan belief. - All proofs of heliocentric astronomy are false. Journey to outer space was hoax. - Muslims are obligated to reject heliocentric concept because Qur'an has said the right concept is geocentrism. Muslims who believe heliocentrism are kuffar.

Tycho Brahe's geo-heliocentric Model

Tycho Brahe's geo-heliocentric Model

Following in teh Footsteps of Martiansu Capella

Following in teh Footsteps of Martiansu Capella
At the beginning (Book 1, chapter 10), Copernicus had stated: “In the midst of all dwells the sun ...Sitting on the royal throne, he rules the family of planets which turn around him... But in Book III, when it comes to reconciling the doctrine with actual observation, the earth no longer turns around the sun, but round a point in space removed from the sun by a distance of about three times the sun diameter. Do the planets revolve round the sun – as every schoolboy believes that Copernicus taught? The planets move on epicycles, centered not not on the sun, but on the center of the earth's orbit. There are thus two royal thrones: the sun, and that imaginary point in space around which the earth moves. The earth appears equal in importance in governing the solar system to the sun itself, and in fact nearly as important as in the Aristotelian or Ptolemaic system. Well, The eighth book of M. Capella's De Nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii describes a modified geocentric model, in which the Earth is at rest in the center of the universe and circled by the moon, the sun, three planets and the stars, while Mercury and Venus circle the Sun.This view was singled out for praise by Copernicus in Book I of his De revolutionibus orbium coelestium. And yet, the Encyclopedia Britannica (ed. 1974, vol V, p. 145)) assures us that: “In De revolutionibus the centres all lay at the centre of the sun. But the same author, a bit earlier, in the same entry observed: “Although Copernicus did not make extensive observations, he did enough to enable him to recalculate the major components of the supposed orbits of the Sun, Moon, and planets AROUND THE EARTH!

The Geocentric Confucian Logo of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization

The Geocentric Confucian Logo of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization

Statue of Zeus-Washington, the god of Big Bang

Statue of Zeus-Washington, the god of Big Bang
The Gentile inhabitants of Jamnia, learning of the emperor's obsession with his idea of divinity erected an altar, presumably for offering sacrifice to him. Philo asserts that they did this with the intention of provoking their Jewish fellow-citizens. The Jews were provoked to destroy the altar. The matter was duly reported to Rome by the procurator, Capito. Gaius took the Jewish action as a personal insult, and in revenge he ordered the legate of Syria, Petronius, to erect a colossal gilt statue of Zeus in the Temple of Jerusalem. (Philo, Leg ad Gaium, 204. In the eralier report of Gaius' intention (ib). it is said that he had ordered the erection of a colossal statue, namely, of Zeus himself. In the light of Philo's subsequent statement that the Temple was to be rededicated to Gaius, the new Zeus Epiphanes, Dr Smallwood thinks that the statue was to be of Gaius himself in the guise of Zeus.

the James Garfield Monument with the Geocentric Plaque

the James Garfield Monument with the Geocentric Plaque

The huge Earth in the middle of the Zodiac, without the sun praised by Copernicus as a god

The huge Earth in the middle of the Zodiac, without the sun praised by Copernicus as a god
The James Garfield Monument

The geocentric scheme on the Plaque of The James Garfield Monument in Washington, D.C.

The geocentric scheme on the Plaque of The James Garfield Monument in Washington, D.C.

Good Bye Fukushima

Good Bye Fukushima
http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/07/09/53000361.html The radiation emergency at Fukushima following the earthquake and the tsunami on March 11th is forcing Japan to question and reassess the role of nuclear energy in its power supply. Prime Minister Naoto Kan also told his Democratic Party Saturday that the clean-up may take several decades. It will include operations to cool down the reactors, remove nuclear fuel rods and decontaminate the cooling water and the soil around the Fukushima plant.

Good Bye to a Slacker Space Program

Good Bye to a Slacker Space Program
Characterization of the NASA's Space Transportation System, what we commonly call the Space Shuttle program, as nothing but a glorified Greyhound—even better yet, "space carpooling"—is common. Even today, as the shuttle program wraps up for good, it’s hard to escape a certain feeling of underwhelmed-ness, especially if you try to review all of the accomplishments of the program. (Give it a try.) What did the Space Shuttle do besides carry things back and forth? Well, obviously carrying things back and forth has its importance, but considering that our space program has long been a point of pride, what are the high points to which we can point proudly?

The Man Who Loved Stalin

The Man Who Loved Stalin

Triangular (alien) faces of Cubism

Triangular (alien) faces of Cubism

Jesus, an Alien accoding to Marcion's Syrian Gospel

Jesus, an Alien accoding to Marcion's Syrian Gospel

Arabhar, a Giant Flying Serpent

Arabhar, a Giant Flying Serpent

Copernicus lecturing in Rome (1500) on his heliocentrism

Copernicus lecturing in Rome (1500) on his heliocentrism

Copernicus wearing White Coat portrayed by Raffael in his La Scuola di Atene

Copernicus wearing White Coat portrayed by Raffael in his La Scuola di Atene
Copernicus in Raffael Sanzios „La scuola di Atene“, 1508-10, Fresko in der Stanza della Segnatura des Vatikan von Frank Keim, Universität Ulm Ulm, den 26. Juni 2005

At first that Brownback and now Gov. Blagojevich! That's too much guys!

At first that Brownback and now Gov. Blagojevich! That's too much guys!

Geocentrism Translated into the Prague Clock (Orloj)

Geocentrism Translated into the Prague Clock (Orloj)

A Unique Geocentric Clock of Prague

A Unique Geocentric Clock of Prague
Thee clock constructed as early as 1410 by Miklush of Kadan is the symbol of John Hus’s Biblical revolution which regarded as the supreme head of the Church on earth not the Pope, but Jesus, the Defender of the Bible*. On the astronomical dial of Prague, the movement of the starry skies around the earth is shown by a smaller, eccentric ring that is marked with the signs of the constellations (the Latin term firmamentum used by Jerome in his Vulgate suggests the heliocentric immobility of the starry skies i.e. fixed stars). Fixed, in the middle of the face is the earth, including its meridians, parallels, and poles, with Prague at the center. On the face are also three circles representing the equator and the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. The dial thus shows the relative positions of earth, moon, and stars throughout the year. Below the astronomical dial is the calendar disk, on which country scenes are painted to depict each month of the year. Every hour on hour from eight in the morning until eight at night, this amazing mechanism springs to life. At the end of WWII, Nazi forces tried to destroy the astronomical clock by setting fire to the Old Town Hall. Pope John Paul II tried to put this clock into oblivion by rehabilitating Galileo… * In a speech delivered Feb. 2, 1994 (See National Catholic Register, March 20, 1994) Card. J. Ratzinger stressed: “The Catechism thus connects the special mission of Jesus to His fidelity to the Torah; it sees in Him the servant of God who truly brings justice (Is 42:3)…This perfect fulfillment includes Jesus taking upon Himself the “curse of the Law” incurred by those who do not abide by the things written in the Book of the Law, and do them (Gal. 3:10). And listen to this: “Where the conflict between Jesus and the Judaism of His time is presented in a superficial, polemical way, a concept of liberation is derived which can understand the Torah only as a slavery to external rites and observances.”

Portrait of Copernicus from Erasmus Reinhold's Collection

Portrait of Copernicus from Erasmus Reinhold's Collection
My hope is in God Jesus

Card. N. Schoenberg's Letter to Copernicus: the Moon Orbits the Sun

Card. N. Schoenberg's Letter to Copernicus: the Moon Orbits the Sun

Does the Moon orbit the Sun?

Does the Moon orbit the Sun?

Buddhist and Islamic Plurality of the Worlds

Buddhist and Islamic Plurality of the Worlds
A Mahayana text entitled the Flower Ornament Scripture contains a lengthy discussion of infinite world systems and the limits of human knowledge. A section called The incalculable, provides a string of calculations of extremely high numbers, culminating in terms such as “the incalculable”, “the measureless”, “the boundless”, and “the incomparable”. The highest number is the “square untold” which is said to be the function of the “unspeakable” multiplied by itself. A friend told me that this number can be written as 1059. the Flower Ornament goes on to apply these mind boggling numbers to the universe systems; it suggests that if “untold” worlds are reduced to atoms and each atom contains “untold” worlds, still the numbers of world systems will not be exhausted.( His Holiness Dalai Lama The Universe in a Single Atom. The Convergence of Science and Spirituality.Morgan Road Book. New York 2005) In the name of god, the most beneficent, the most merciful All appreciation, gratefulness and thankfulness are to Allah alone, lord of the worlds Al-Fatiha | 7 verses | The Opening | سورة الفاتحة Sura #1 | Makkah http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Fatiha “If the four elements which form our world exist in the stars, it follows from the doctrine of Galileo that, as Mohammed declared, there are many world with lands and seas and with human inhabitants. However, Scripture speaks of only one world and of one created man, so that this belief is opposed to Scripture.I pass without comment the opinion that Galileo has revived the heresy that Christ must make atonement for the men who inhabit the stars and die there again; just as formerly it was said that Christ must be crucified a second time in the antipodes, if the men living there were to be saved as we have been saved.” (Campanella, ib.). We find the title "Lord of the World" in Hegra for Dusares, in Palmyra... “To believe that God created a plurality of worlds, at least as numerous as what we call stars, renders the Christian (and Jewish-rp)) system of faith at once little and ridiculous and scatters in the mind like feathers in the air.” (Tom Paine) The secret NASA footage posted all over the Internet shows the alien moon base located on the Dark Side of the moon. (NASA Launches Effort for Closer Cooperation with Israel, Shevat 10, 5770, 25 January 10 10:47, by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, Israel national News)

Full Blood Moon

Full Blood Moon

You May Kiss the Bride

You May Kiss the Bride

Venus and Mars or Sexual Life of Planets

Venus and Mars or Sexual Life of Planets

Holy Trinity with Dionysian Lipstick for pedophile priests

Holy Trinity with Dionysian Lipstick for pedophile priests
The most famous of Lorenzo de Medici’s pageants was The triumph of Bacchus, wherein a procession of floats carrying lovely maidens, and a cavalcade of richly garbed youths on prancing steeds, came over to Ponte Vecchio to the spacious square before the cathedral, while voices in polyphonic harmony, to the accompaniment of cymbals and lutes, sang a poem composed by Lorenzo himself, and hardly becoming a cathedral. Such poems and pageants lend some pale color to the charge that Lorenzo corrupted Florentine youth. The contests and phalloi consecrated to Dionysus were a world’s shame, pervading life with their deadly influence. For Dionysus, eagerly desiring to descend to Hades, did not know the way; a man, by name Prosymnus, offers to tell him, not without reward. The reward was a disgraceful one, though not so in the opinion of Dionysus: it was an Aphrodisian favor that was asked of Dionysus as a reward. The God was not reluctant to grant the request made to him, and promises to fulfill it should he return, and confirms his promise with an oath. Having learned the way, he departed and again returned: he did not find Prosymnus, for he had died. In order to acquit himself of his promise to his lover, he rushes to his tomb, and burns with unnatural lust. Cutting a fig-branch that came to his hand, he shaped the phallus, and so performed his promise to the dead man. As a mystic memorial of this incident, phalloi are raised aloft in honor of Bacchus.

the Day of three suns over Fargo, N. Dakota

the Day of three suns over Fargo, N. Dakota
Three suns - inspiration for the dogma of Trinity

Gov. Blagojewich will fight this heliocentrism thing

Gov. Blagojewich will fight this heliocentrism thing

John Paul II was wrong when he rehabilitate Galileo

John Paul II was wrong when he rehabilitate Galileo

The Heliocnetric Flag of Al-Qaeda

The Heliocnetric Flag of Al-Qaeda

the Sun over Israel

the Sun over Israel

The god of Science

The god of Science
Here is the key passage from Copernicus's book: “In the center of all rests the Sun. For who would place this lamp of a very beautiful temple in another or better place than this from which it can illuminate everything at the same time? As a matter of fact, not unhappily do some call it the lantern, others, the mind, and still others, the Leader of the World. Trismegistus calls it ‘visible God’; Sophocles’ Electra, ‘that which gazes upon all things.’ And so the sun, as if resting on a kingly throne, governs the family of stars (like Zeu pater) which wheel around.” (De revol. Bk. I, 10) Copernicus was “the man who initiated this era of modern science...as the man who by the sheer force of imagination broke the chains of sense perception, the ingenious discoverer of a scientific truth involving one of the greatest revolutions in man's view of the world” (S. Sambursky, Proceedings of the Israel Academy of Science and Humanities, vol. V, No 11) No doubt Sambursky's vision of imagination as the source of knowledge was inspired by A. Einstein opinion on the subject: “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”

Eclipse of the Sun in May 2003 near Vienna, Austria

Eclipse of the Sun in May 2003 near Vienna, Austria
This photo was originally taken by Peter Wienerroither, visit his page for more cool photos! Peter said: “It was an eclipse of the sun in May 2003, photographed near Vienna/Austria. And this glorious moment didn’t have anything devilish – quite the contrary was true.”

Gott hat gewonnen i.e. God Has Won

Gott hat gewonnen i.e. God Has Won
After the successful rescue of 33 Chilean miners the word "God" appeared on the Fron Page of the greasted German newspaper Die Welt

Run and Hide Prof. Dawkins

Run and Hide Prof. Dawkins
VATICAN CITY, OCT 23, 1996 (VIS) - In a Message made public today to the members of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, meeting this week in the Vatican in plenary session, the Holy Father recalled that Pope Pius XI, who restored this academy in 1936, called this group of scholars "the Church's 'scientific senate'" and asked them "to serve the truth." "'Humani Generis'," he stated, "considered the doctrine of 'evolutionism' as a serious hypothesis, worthy of a more deeply studied investigation and reflection on a par with the opposite hypothesis. ... Today, more than a half century after this encyclical, new knowledge leads us to recognize in the theory of evolution more than a hypothesis. ... The convergence, neither sought nor induced, of results of work done independently one from the other, constitutes in itself a significant argument in favor of this theory." Regensburg, Germany, September 12, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com This morning Pope Benedict XVI discussed evolution in his homily at the outdoor Mass celebrated in Islinger Field. In a direct attack on the concept of random chance evolution, Pope Benedict asked rhetorically: “What came first? Creative Reason, the Spirit who makes all things and giveth them growth, or Unreason, which, lacking any meaning, yet somehow brings forth a mathematically ordered cosmos, as well man and his reson.”The Pope explained that the belief in God as Creator comes in the most ancient profession of faith known to Christians, The Apostle's Creed. “As Christians, we say: I believe in God the Father, the Creator of heaven and earth – I believe in the creator Spirit. We believe that at the beginning of everything is the eternal Word, with Reason and not Unreason,” he said. In an interview for the German Spiegel Online published January 10, 2008 entitled The Bible Calls it a Sin Metropolitan Kyrill, foreign minister of the Russian Orthodox Church asked how he would approach Darwin's theories if he were a teacher, answered: “I would say that the theory has many adherents, but also a few unanswered questions. For instance, no one has provided precise proof of the transition from one species to another. It would be wrong to treat Darwin's theory as the only correct one. It is the leading theory today, but it could be replaced by another theory tomorrow. There was also a time when Marxism considered itself the only correct and scientifically justified theory...”

Children of Sun and Moon

Children of Sun and Moon
'Muhammad later conquered Mecca and the Kaaba was cleared of idols. History proves that before Islam came into existence, the Sabeans in Arabia worshiped the moon-god who was married to the sun-god. They gave birth to three goddesses who were worshipped throughout the Arab world as "Daughters of Allah" (Cp. Heliades) An idol excavated at Hazor in Palestine in 1950's shows Allah sitting on a throne with the crescent moon on his chest.

Since the start of the Iraq War 9, 713,442 American Children have died from Abortion http://blogs4brownback.wordpress.com/2007/05/18/heliocentrism-is-an-atheist-doctrine/

Yeah, that's the spot_thumb

Yeah, that's the spot_thumb

Portrait of Copernicus in Germen HS in Weissenhorn

Portrait of Copernicus in Germen HS in Weissenhorn

Baal is Great! Baal is our God!

Baal is Great! Baal is our God!

England, the Homeland of Modern Atheism

England, the Homeland of Modern Atheism

Dawkins's Dream Come True

Dawkins's Dream Come True
In a response to Edge.org's annual New Year challenge to the world's leading thinkers, Prof Richard Dawkins has submitted his entry. Edge.org asked scientists, philosophers, artists and journalists “What will change everything?” Dawkins – author of The Selfish Gene and The God Delusion (2006) – muses on the effect of breaking down the barrier between humans and animals, perhaps by the creation of a chimera in a lab or a “successful hybridization between a human and a chimpanzee (i.e. Prof. Ivanov's 'humanzee).” Well, according to the Hindu epos Ramayana Rama, the hero and demi-god, gave in marriage to the monkey-warriors of Hanuman, the monkey god, three feet tall, (the Hindu counterpart of Thoth) the daughters of the giants of Ceylon and granted them as a dowry, all western parts of the world. Their descendants are the present Europeans. I don't believe that we'll see marriage licenses for this kind of unions any tie soon. The Pre-Islamic deity "Hubal" was derived from the red skinned Ba-Hubali, another name for Lord Hanuman

Holiday Interior

Holiday Interior

Copernicus Recanted on his death bed the religion of Sol Invictus

Copernicus Recanted on his death bed the religion of Sol Invictus
Copernicus recanted on his death bed the religion of Sol Invictus. The prayer under his portrait in the Museum of the Cracow University reads: “I do not ask for the grace granted to Paul, neither do I demand the forgiveness of Peter, but I incessantly pray for the forgiveness which Thou on the wood of the Cross has granted to the murderer.”

Evolutionary Science and Rectum

Evolutionary Science and Rectum
In the time period of pedophile scandals rocking the Catholic Church it will be instructive to remind of a 1985 “New York Native” interview with Joseph Sonnabend (“leading AIDS doctor”). “The rectum”, Sonnabend said, “is a sexual organ, and it deserves the respect a penis gets and a vagina gets.” Anal intercourse has been the central activity for gay men and for some women for all of history. “Versatile” anal sex and new behaviors such as analingus, or rimming facilitated the spread of otherwise difficult-to-transmit microbes. Gay men created almost laboratory conditions both to amplify STDs and then to spread these diseases throughout the world. And all these facts prove that the Bible is, indeed the God inspired Book of Books. What a shame that it is a Pope who wants to exile this Book from the memory of mankind! We already know that he will fail! Gay sex breaks every rule of decent hygiene; it is chemical and biological warfare on human societies.

Surya, the god of emperor Elagabal

Surya, the god of emperor Elagabal
In a magnificent temple raised on the Palatine Mount, the sacrifices of the sun god Elagabalus were celebrated with solemnity. Around the altar a chorus of Syrian damsels performed their lascivious dances to the sound of barbarian music The master of the Roman world decided to copy the dress and manners of the female sex; his eyebrows were tinged with black, and his cheeks painted with an artificial red and white (Marshall of the Third Reich. H. Goering painted his nails red). He preferred the distaff to the scepter, and distributed the principal dignities of his empire among his numerous gay lovers. One of them was publicly invested with the title and authority of the emperor’s, or, as he more properly styled himself, of the empress’s husband. Two hundred years after the age of Pliny, the use of pure or even of mixed silks was confined to the female sex, till the citizens of Rome were familiarized with the example of Elagabalus, the first who, by his gay habit corrupted the nobles of Rome. Elagabalus was massacred by the indignant praetorians, his mutilated corpse dragged through the streets of the city and thrown into the Tiber. Syrian heliocentrism was put into Jesus’ mouth in the Syrian Peshito version of the Gospels. This "Science" is supposed to justify the perversions of the pedophile priests.

The Whole Skeleton of a Giant

The Whole Skeleton of a Giant
Was he the fittest?

A Giant Leg

A Giant Leg
Was he the fastest?

Skeleton of Hercules

Skeleton of Hercules

The Rulers of Dinosaurs

The Rulers of Dinosaurs
Did they exterminate the small people?

The Handbook for A. Hitler

The Handbook for A. Hitler
In his book Greater Britain, Dilke had written: ``In America we have seen the struggle of the dear races against the cheap--the endeavors of the English to hold their own against the Irish and Chinese. In New Zealand, we found the stronger and more energetic race pushing from the earth the shrewd and laborious descendants of the Asian Malays; in Australia, the English triumphant, and the cheaper races excluded from the soil not by distance merely, but by arbitrary legislation; in India, we saw the solution of the problem by the officering of the cheaper by the dearer race. Everywhere, we have found that the difficulties which impede the progress to universal dominion of the English people lie in the conflict with the cheaper races. The result of our survey is such as to give us reason for the belief that race distinctions will long continue, that miscegenation will go but a little way towards blending races, that the dearer are on the whole likely to destroy the cheaper peoples and that Saxondom will rise triumphant from the doubtful struggle.'' Darwinism proclaimed the triumph of the favoureud races over the cheaper people.

Survival of the Fittest in the Struggle for Life

Survival of the Fittest in the Struggle for Life
"Gradually by selective breeding, the congenital differences between rulers and ruled will increase until they become almost different species. A revolt of the plebs would become as unthinkable as organized insurrection of sheep against the practice of eating mutton." - Betrand Russel

Helio-theory-of-everything

Helio-theory-of-everything

King Kong in Love

King Kong in Love

Archaeologists work at the digging site of a fossil of tusk of Elephant (Palaeoloxodon) in Zhangchangying Village of Mengcheng County, east China's Anhui Province, Sept. 8, 2010. (Xinhua/Hu Weiguo)

The babylonian gods created people to be slaves

The babylonian gods created people to be slaves
The God of the Bible liberated Hebrew people from Egyptian bondage

Walking Fish in Indonesian Waters

Walking Fish in Indonesian Waters

Emperor Constantine

Emperor Constantine

Evolution in Action (Art)

Evolution in Action (Art)

From Darwin to Hitler

From Darwin to Hitler

House of the Temple

House of the Temple

Buzz Aldrin

Buzz Aldrin

Buzz Aldrin letter

Buzz Aldrin letter

Copernicus's epitaph portriat and Copernicus on Nazi post stamp

Copernicus's epitaph portriat and Copernicus on Nazi post stamp

Cardinal Nicolas Schoenberg's Preface to the Revolutions

Cardinal Nicolas Schoenberg's Preface to the Revolutions

Atargatis, Syrian goddess born out of the Ocean of Ether

Atargatis, Syrian goddess born out of the Ocean of Ether

The Fasting Buddha

The Fasting Buddha

Swimming in curved space-time

Swimming in curved space-time

Curved Space

Curved Space

Oparin-Urey-Miller Experiment

Oparin-Urey-Miller Experiment

Eppur si muove

Eppur si muove

Harvest Moon

Harvest Moon

The Face of Copernicus's sun_ god

The Face of Copernicus's sun_ god

Mavi marmara with geocentric Logo

Mavi marmara with geocentric Logo
The ideologies of heliocentric atheism and Darwinism, seen so often as marks of progress in secular, intellectual circles, would ultimately prove the undoing of both Jewish and Muslim societies in the Middle East: "Bloodshed is inevitable, because these ideologies believe that conflict is essential to progress," Muslims believe.Evolutionists, Atheists are wrong and have proved themselves to be fools, frauds, or fanatics.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

The Horror of Heliocentric Cardiology

In the mythological lore, Ruler of the system is sun, the giver of life. Its influence is vitalising, hot, dry and constructive. It governs the heart, vitality, blood and brain. The right eye in a male and the left eye in a female. Sun causes physical disorders and those arising from cold.

G.J. Von Leuchen aka Rheticus was the only pupil of N. Copernicus. After having spent two years with Copernicus in Frauenburg (Frombork) he went to Danzig where he published his Narratio Prima or the First Report (1540) which is still considered to be the best introduction to Copernicus' De revolutionibus orbium coelestium. In 1542 Rheticus traveled to Nuernberg to supervise the printing of the Copernicus' book by Johannes Petreius.

A short passage in his Narratio (p. 465,12; 462,22,35) is the best key unlocking the astrological taproot of De revolutionibus. In this passage he refers to the sun not only as God’s steward of nature and king of all distinguished with divine Majesty, but also explains that the sun, like the heart in a body, guides the stars: like a ruler who does not need to go to various towns in order to execute his official duty, so the heart does not have to go to head, to feet, or to other part of the body in order to sustain life. This was a perennial mantra of all heliocentric astrologers throughout the ages. Let me decode this passage for you.

At the end of his life Rheticus renounced his Copernicanism.

The Babylonian astrologers were describing the sun as the fiery heart of the world, which vivifies the whole of this great organism, and as the stars obey its command, it reigns supreme over the universe. The sun, set in the midst of the superimposed planets, regulates their harmonious movements. As its heat impels them forward, then draws them back, it is constantly influencing, according to its various aspects, the direction of their course and their action upon the earth. The radiance of its splendor illuminates the divine immensity of the heavens, but at the same time in its brilliance there is intelligence; it is the origin of all reason, and, as a tireless sower it scatters unceasingly on the world below the seeds of a harvest of souls. Our brief life is but a particular form of the universal life…

Theon of Smyrna, a contemporary of Ptolemy. After expressing his opinion that mercury and Venus may, after all, be revolving round the sun, he goes on to say that the sun should be called the heart of the universe, which is both “a world and an animal.” (...) the mathematical center of the universe is where the earth is, cold and immovable, but the center of the world as animal is in the sun, which is, so to say, the heart of the universe.

The final section of the Galileo's Letter to the Grand Duchess is devoted to the miracle of Joshua. Galileo first explains that the sun's rotation around its axis is the cause of all planetary motion. “And just as the motion of the heart should cease in an animal, all other motions of its members would also cease, so if the rotation of the sun were to stop, the rotation of all the planets would stop too.”

Gilbert physician to Queen Elizabeth I and James I believed that all heavenly bodies are endowed with magnetism. Kepler was to use this idea to explain the motion of the planets. He was well aware of the fact that the Latin term sidus, star is derived from Gr. Sideros, iron. Similarly the Provencal aran, iran, airan – iron – is etymologically connected with the Greek aryan meaning both “lodestone” and “rising sun”. The English term siderite means magnetic iron or lodestone. Cp. Galileo’s “Sidereus Nuncius” (Starry Messenger). Let me remind here that in an Assyrian love spell from ancient Iraq, iron filings placed on a woman’s genitals were supposed to attract her to a man who had similarly anointed himself with a mixture of powdered lodestone and oil. The sexual ingredient of Gilbert’s “magnetic coition” was set by Newton into his Third Law which sees forces as acting between two bodies, not as one body exerting a force on the other. He spoke of action and reaction, which he declared to be equal and opposite.

Ancient Egyptians expressed the same dogma as follows: “The heart is the center, its vessels lead to all the members; whether the doctor…lays his finger on the forehead, on the back of the head, on the hands, on the place of the stomach, on the arms, or on the feet, everywhere he meets with the heart (i.e. pulse) because its vessels lead to all the members.” The heart was therefore called also “the beginning of all the members.”

In explaining human disease, if everything else failed, one could always appeal to the influence of the stars on the elements, which accounts for the fact that a knowledge of astrology was still needed to qualify in medicine as late as the second half of the 18th century. Paracelsus used magnets to concentrate in his patients what he believed to be a cosmic fluid with healing properties. The four humors (fluids) or, the cardinal humors of the astrological medicine were blood. Phlegm, choler (yellow bile), and melancholo (black bile).

A popular encyclopedia of medieval heliocentric astrology compiled by M. Capella was titled The Marriage of Mercury and Philology (De nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii). The celestial marriage described by M. Capella inspired two best-known scientists of the Renaissance era: Girolamo Fracastoro (1478-1553) physician and poet, and N. Copernicus (1473-1543) also physician, poet and astrologer. In his long poem, Fracastoro argues that the infecting semina of syphilis may arise from poisonous emanations sparked by planetary conjunctions. He even invokes a linguistic parallel between transmission of syphilis by sexual contact (coitus) and the production of bad seeds by planetary overlap in the sky, for he describes the astronomical phenomenon with the same word, as “coitum et conventum syderum” (the coitus and conjunction of stars), particularly our three most distant bodies: Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars. The term influenza came from the same astrological stable because it is derived from from the Latin fluxus, a flowing, flux. Interestingly Newton believed that the human body is pervaded by an invisible fluid that is responsive to planetary gravitation.

Maurice Samuel suggested that Jew-hatred sublimates the yearning of Christians for the freedoms of the pagan world ruled by the sun god seated on the throne in the middle of the planets. They resent Christian morality as the straight jacket that inhibits the release of their pagan instincts that emerge occasionally in their consciousness. Well, the Renaissance pandemic of syphilis followed the same pagan lewdness as the present pandemic of AIDS follows the destruction of moral inhibitions in sexual behavior in the wake of the Sex and Drugs Revolution. In a 1985 “New York Native” interview Joseph Sonnabend (“leading AIDS doctor”) invalidated Mosaic proscription of sodomy with his “expert”opinion as follows: “The rectum”, Sonnabend said, “is a sexual organ, and it deserves the respect a penis gets and a vagina gets.” Anal intercourse has been the central activity for gay men and for some women for all of history. One should add, with very tragic consequences. Because:
“The anus is not designed by nature to accommodate a penis without severe injury and the eventual destruction of the intended function of the organ. Isn't that clear? Violations of the natural law do such things. Just imagine what anal penetration is in realistic terms: imagine the woman, face down, receiving no pleasure (she has no prostate gland) and receiving anal tears while her husband pushes himself inside her again and again, aping the reproductive act. Then, to mollify what is left of his conscience, he puts his fecal-stained penis, full of bacteria, into her vagina and near her urethra, causing more infection and pain. Does this sound remotely natural to you? How unnatural does something have to be for you to admit it? Could he otherwise hurt her, bite her, or tear her, destroying some faculty of her body in the process, and still call this natural intercourse or acceptable foreplay? With anal penetration there is pain, disease, infection, alteration of size of the anus, tears that sometimes require surgery, the inability to hold fecal matter... Nothing is unnatural if sodomy isn't. The mouth is designed to kiss, to eat, to vomit. None of these things, when nature dictates them, destroy the natural capacities and health of the mouth. To imagine anal penetration to be as harmless as kissing is the most bizarre thing I've ever heard. Good Lord.” (A comment in the dispute about John Paul II's Theology of the Body)The author of this comment is a Catholic so he used the term 'nature' instead of God and 'natural laws' instead of God's laws. Let me add to this comment the following observation: “The “leading AIDS doctor” did not know that the people of Katmandu suffer from chronic intestinal parasites caused by drinking water contaminated with fecal matter. “Versatile” anal sex and new behaviors such as analingus, or rimming facilitated the spread of otherwise difficult-to-transmit microbes. Gay men created almost laboratory conditions both to amplify STDs and then to spread these diseases throughout the world. And all these facts prove that the Bible is, indeed the God inspired Book of Books.

A. Mesmer's “animal gravitation” (later renamed “animal magnetism) was but a version of Descartes's “animal spirits”. The French philosopher advanced a mechanical-hydraulic theory of much of human behavior. The fluid filling the ventricles or cavities of the brain (we know it today as cerebrospinal fluid) he took to be “animal spirits”, a highly purified compound of blood, the coarser parts of which, he supposed, were filtered out by tiny arteries before it reached brain (This was his modification of the Greek notion that pneuma (air), the essential substance of soul, circulated through the nervous system (Airhead!). Since the nervous system radiates out from the brain to all parts of the body, the animal spirits must flow from the brain through the nerves (which Descartes, like the Greeks believed to be hollow), and, reaching the muscles caused them to swell and move (like the penis when the blood flows into it).

He asked himself what initiates the flow of animal spirits to the muscles and again used the analogy of the royal automata, which were activated by water turned on when a visitor stepped on hidden pedals. In living creatures, he suggested, sensory stimuli play the same part by creating pressure on the sense organs; this pressure, transmitted by the nerves to the brain, opens particular valves, thereby causing bodily action of one kind or another. But the mechanical-hydraulic theory did not explain consciousness, reasoning, or will.

The deterministic concept of the Aryan materialistic, heliocentric philosophy is reflected in the classical Sanskrit of ancient manuscripts. Sanskrit uses few descriptive verbs to denote action – 'John run the street', for example become 'John did running the down the street' in which 'running down the street' is regarded as a state in which John happened to be, rather than an action he choose to perform. Heraclitus 's “all things flow' is almost unrecognizable as sarvam anityam 'all existences are impermanent'. Man in this philosophy is like a toy with a key in its back which sets him in motion from without, unlike the Biblical man who is set in motion from within, by his free will.

The Darwinian Machine

“Love it or hate it, phenomena like this (DNA) exhibit the heart of the power of the Darwinian idea. An impersonal, unreflective, robotic mindless little scrap of molecular machinery is the ultimate basis of all agency, and hence meaning, and hence consciousness, in the universe.(Daniel Dennet)

Scientific research accustoms people to think in determinist categories because it proceeds as if each event has a cause that fully determines it. The man is all matter and his actions completely determined by events over which he has no control, we may ask wherein lies his uniqueness. The obvious answer to that question comes from another product of the Enlightenment, French physician Julien La Mettrie, who wrote a book in 1748 entitled Man the Machine. He argued that human beings were small machines connected to the large machine we call nature. At death those small machines stop and distintegrate. “Mechanics is the paradise of mathematical sciences, for by it means one comes to the fruit of mathematics” in useful work. (L. da Vinci)

In so far as religion assumes the world to be directed by conscious agents who may be turned from their purpose by persuasion, it stands in fundamental antagonism to magic as well as science, both of which take for granted that the course of nature is determined not by passions or caprices of personal beings, but by the operation of immutable laws acting mechanically, like the Greek tyche (fate). You cannot pray to Natural Laws as you cannot to pray to your PC to act differently. And that's why Science will never satisfy the human spirit.

It should be reminded here that Newton, originally, called his calculus fluxions. This idea of flow borrowed from Heraclitus's philosophy inspired by the Buddhist idea of impermanence was to express variable, inconstant subject of his astronomical researches.

Vedic Astrology is called “Jyotish” in Sanskrit Jyoti = Light + Isha=Lord = “Lords of Light” or “Science of Light” i.e. Heliocentrism. Jyotish i.e. Astrology was considered the most important part of the Vedas. In Hindu Pantheism the universe is evolving from the central Sun, the POINT (puru, like that of Big Bang), the ever-concealed germ. The central Sun is Deity – the World Soul. It is also the Chakra or circle of Vishnu.

The sun placed on the chest of St. Thomas Aquinas by Fra Angelico in his portrait of the Doctor Angelicus expresses the same idea which Rhetikus formulated in words in his Narratio. The astrological correspondence between the sun and the human heart was always present in Greek language in which the noun nous has double meaning: sun and heart. Accordingly, the astrologers Vettius, Valens, Rhetorius, Proclus referred to sun as φώς νοέρόν (intelligent light which may produce intelligent design).

 In the rare treatise The Secret Symbols of The Rosicrucians, Franz Hartmann defines the sun alchemically as: "The symbol of Wisdom. The Centre of Power or Heart of things. The Sun is a centre of energy and a storehouse of power. Each living being contains within itself a centre of life, which may grow to be a sun in the heart of the regenerated, the divine power, stimulated by the Light of the Logos, grows into a Sun which illuminates his mind." In a note, the same author amplifies his description by adding: "The terrestrial sun is the image or reflection of the invisible celestial sun; the former is in the realm of Spirit what the latter is in the realm of Matter; but the latter receives its power from the former."

In the 17th century French representation of the chakras, human body is viewed as a reduced solar system in which heart (nous) corresponds with the sun (nous). In Descartes’s philosophy heart is a hot vessel, kind of ionization chamber setting in circular motion (Cp. Bohr’s model of the atom) electrons and ions within the nervous system to originate a thought within the brain. Tantric Buddhists (Tibetans) use practices known as chandali to let energy rise through the chakras to help towards enlightenment symbolized by aureola around the head. Swastika on the Buddha's chest stands for the sun.

Interestingly the term “Magisterium” denoting the teaching of the Catholic Church also means “philosopher’s stone.” Following the tradition of Aristotle who was raised by Th. Aquinas to the rank of a Church Doctor the medieval alchemist believed that man’s body, like all other material things, was composed of four elements, earth, air, fire and water. Each individual had his own particular mixture of these – his temperamentum, as they called it. This was determined at conception and birth by the influence of the constellations and planets. The aptitudes, weaknesses and chances of success or failure of each human being sprang from his elemental composition. Since no one had been properly mixed since Adam, the problem emerged of discovering some sovereign remedy – secretum maximum – which would cleanse and rectify man’s composition and so produce a superman, full of physical and mental vigor and enjoying a life prolonged through many joyous centuries. Hence the persistent search for the Elixir, or philosopher’s stone, which should produce these marvelous results, as well as transform the baser metals into gold, which, in ancient Egypt, was known to be the flesh of the sun.

The god who brought his people out of Egypt was to be celebrated in the Hebrew Bible as the God of History. Only when the children of Israel lapsed into idolatry – gave themselves to the worship of Baal, or sun god – that they turned rather to God of Nature, glorifying the forces of the physical universe and the fertility of the earth. In its idolatry, Israel, like the modern admirers of heliocentrism rejected the Mosaic insight that there is one God, the God of both nature and history. Turning away from the biblical emphasis on the distinction between man and nature, modern scientists are attracted by Eastern mysticism, which views man as a part of nature. They assume that a rigid culture exists in natural history just as electricity or gravitation exists, and that it is capable of analysis in much the same way. Their error plunges man into complete irrationality, because mind, reason, will, thought, and knowledge can have no ontological existence in such a world. They are mere shadows of the only world that exists (Shakespeare: “we are such stuff as the dreams are made of”), the world of matter. Everything that distinguishes man from nature disappears in this outlook, and that can only mean that man himself disappears. The triumph of heliocentrism presumed in John Paul II's rehabilitation of Galileo means the abolition of man. The Bolshevik philosophy was the most consequent exposition of homo heliocentricus. For the Soviet believers in Lenin’s philosophy man definitely lacked free-will, and appeared in every moment and every act to be bound, subject to, and determined by, fixed laws. ”, A. Gastev had discovered the basic law of movement: all movements, in his theory, could be traced back top two archetypes, an “up” and a “down”. This principle of organization was extended to all physiological elements, and thus a “rhythmic rotation of work” was produced, which not only completely did away with all disturbing caprices and eccentricities of the nerves and the soul, but removed all constitutional mental obstacles. The machine man (L’homme machine of Le Mettrie) was produced – and guaranteed to function properly. In the 1630s, Descartes visited the royal gardens at Versailles, which were known for their intricate automata. When water was made to flow, music sounded, sea nymphs began to play, and a giant Neptune, complete with trident, advanced menacingly. Whether the idea was in his mind before this visit or not, Descartes philosophy, which he supported with his mathematics, proclaimed that the universe and all of the things in it were automata. It was Galileo who, following the Middle Ages Scholastic Philosophy, first quantified the physical world. He measured the motion, frequency, velocity, and duration of everything from falling stones to swinging pendulums. It was Rene Descartes who developed many of the fundamental techniques of modern mathematics and gave us the picture of the universe as a Great Machine. It was Isaac Newton who formulated the mathematical laws by which the Great Machine runs. Galileo asserted that “Nature is written in the language of mathematics,” and this dogma explains the title of Newton’s book “Philosophiae Naturae Principia Mathematica.” In Maiakovski’s poem Left March describing “the religion of action” the “soul becomes steam, compressed air, electricity” and moves the body in a heliocentric “rhythmic rotation of work”.


Biblical Medicine vs. Heliocentric Cardiology

The event that caused the title “father of modern biology” to be bestowed upon William Harvey was his discovery, in the early 1600s, that the ordinary engineering principles that govern the pumping and flow of liquids are capable of accounting for the functions performed by the heart, an organ that had previously been thought to belong in the realm of unknowable.

In Thomas Digges's translation of The Revolutions the sun is “like the king in the middest of al who reigneth and geeveth lawes of motion to ye rest.” In this translation the sun stands for abstract Nature, or the essential inherent force formed by the assumption of a single prima cause. In the world of Prime Mover character of man is produced by “gym rooms”. This was also the doctrine of the English public schools in spite of the fact that human actions are not simply bodily movements. Natural man was a child of natural philosophy according to the dogma of natural selection.

According to Encyclopedia Americana W. Harvey whose description of the circulation of blood through the body established the first principle of modern physiology and medicine, was a staunch follower of Aristotle and adopted his basic vitalism. His views on the circulation of the blood reflect the Aristotelian theories of the central, sunlike, monarchical role of the heart. In other words, Harvey viewed human heart as the Aristotelian prime mover and thus promoted mechanistic thinking in biology. And although the concept of the heart as a pump is absent from Harvey’s great work Anatomical exercises concerning the motion of the heart and blood in animals, the idea does occur in a set of his lecture notes on anatomy. The child's heart beats about 120 times a minute. The heart of a 7-year-old child beats about 90 times a minute. An adult's heart beats about 70 times a minute. Was that the message of the sun on the chest of St. Thomas Aquinas? It remains to be explained yet how the sun could affect these changes.

In the Physical Body only one organ is dominant – the Heart (St. Thomas Aquinas)

In the same way as a spider in in the centre of the web holds its in its feet all the beginnings of the threads, in order to feel by close contact if an insect strikes the web, and where, so does the ruling part of the soul, situated in the middle of the heart, check on the beginnings of the senses in order to perceive their messages from close proximity. (Chalcidius ad Timaeum)

We have two competing views on human life: “The life of all flesh is the blood thereof” (Lev 17:14; Dt. 12:33) and Bushnell’s view that “The life of man is his heart” which was inspired by the Harvey doctrine of the heart. It is easy to prove the superiority of the Biblical insight into functioning of human body. We influence the composition of our blood in two ways: by inhaling the mixture of gases called air and by taking in our daily foods. You'll grasp the paramount import of the Biblical dietary laws while reflecting on a simple case of one of diseases caused by an acute deficiency in the amount of glucose in the blood. Hypoglycemia which causes nervous syndromes such as psychasthenia, neurasthenia, muscular asthenia, migraine, petit mal, narcolepsy, epilepsy, and psychosis can be cured very fast and easily by observing a simple diet. We can slow down or speed up movements of our hearts by taking various foods or drugs. Cardiovascular dynamics was a major focus of German doctor Ludwig's research. The isolated frog heart came into use as a basic model after Ludwig discovered, in 1856, that it could be revived and kept beating by perfusion of the coronary arteries with defibrinated blood. (John Galbraith Simmons, Doctors and Discoveries. Lives That Created Today's Medicine Boston (2002). Fibrin is strongly elastic protein formed when blood clots. Too high level of cholesterol of Benedict XVI's blood induced his personal physician to prescribe for His Holiness kosher dainties.

Thyroid Hormones at Work

When the body requires more thyroid hormones, the gland secrets T4 into the blloodstrem, and from there the T4 and its derivatives can affect all body cells.

Just as accelerator controls the speed of a car's engine, thyroid hormones regulate the rate of the body's metabolism – chemical activity in cells produces energy and new tissue. Thus thyroid hormones promote normal tissue growth and repair, affect cardiac rate, and maintain the production of energy for muscles and body heat.

In the gastrointestinal tract, thyroid hormones sped up the secretion of digestive juices and also increase the rhythmic waves of muscular contractions (peristalsis). Thus, too much thyroid hormone can cause frequent bowel movements, and too little, constipation.

Hyperthyroidism, Excessive agitation, unexplained weight loss, rapid heartbeat, increase in bowel movements, irregular menstrual periods, irritability, anxiety, mood swings, protruding eyeballs, muscular weakness, insomnia, and thin brittle hair.


In Acts 7:22 we read:

“And Moses was educated in all the science and learning of the Egyptians.” This verse had had convinced the British researcher Gerald Massey that the five books of Moses represented Egyptian astronomical allegories which had been literalized, historicized and humanized. The Book of Exodus especially seemed to abound with Egyptian astronomical types that were recreated to form Jewish “history”. As he stated:

The Hebrew Books of the Genesis, Exodus, Numbers, Joshua, and Judges are invaluable as a virgin mine of mythology; they are of utmost importance as an aid in recovering the primeval types of Egyptian thought…For the Hebrews, who collected and preserved so much, have explained nothing. There is evidence enough to prove the types are Egyptian and the people who brought them out of Egypt must have been more or less Egyptian in race, and of a religion that was Egyptian of the earliest and oldest kind. Undoubtedly there is some very slight historic nucleus in the Hebrew narrative, but it has been so mixed with myth that it is far easier to recover the celestial allegory with the aid of its correlatives than it is to restore the human history.”

Nothing farther from the truth. The first commandment the Jews were given as a people is the mitzvah of Rosh Chodesh, the New Moon: “And God said to Moses...in the land of Egypt ... This month is for you, the head of the months. First it is for you among the months of the year.” - Ex 12:1-2

This is a strange first commandment. You'd think the development of the calendar would only come after the establishment of the basic fundamentals like the Ten Commandments. And yet the Torah considers the process of establishing the new month as a major breakthrough in creating a nation. And what was wrong with the solar calendar that everyone else had been using? What is the significance of basing the Jewish calendar on the moon?

Whereas the sun is the symbol of unchanging nature, rising in the east, setting in the west, day in and day out every day of the year, the moon changes and it seems to be telling us something. And her message thwarts all matematical calculations. The moon is mathematically unpredictable. By commandment of the New Moon which meant the rejection of Egyptian mathematical and godless science Moses consolidated his nation. The rejection of the astrological lore of the Egyptian priests which centered around the sun god made it possible for Moses to reject the Egyptian dregs pharmacy and to proclaim God's dietary laws. Moses answered the question, what is more important 'heart' or blood' by pointing to the fact, that we influence the composition of our blood by taking our daily foods. And that was the most revolutionary idea in the history of medicine and of the human Knowledge for that matter. For instance, the accumulation of cholesterol in the blood vessels forms plaques which may eventually restrict the flow of blood (The term derives from Greek chole, bile + stereos solid, stiff). The cholesterol is contained in all in bile, nervous tissues, blood. The Bible forbids eating the blood which is removed from kosher foods. The Jews don't eat blood-dripping steaks.

Well, ancient Egyptian prescriptions hovered between medicine & magic, and relief for their effectiveness in great part on the repulsiveness of the concoction. Lizard's blood, swine's ears and teeth, putrid meat and fat, a tortoise's brains, an old book boiled in oil, the milk of a lying-in woman, the water of a chaste woman, the excreta of men (sodomy can be considered a healing act in this medicine) , donkeys, dogs, lions, cats, and lice – all these are found in the prescriptions. (Will Durant, Our Oriental Heritage, p. 183). Where did G. Massey find that in the Bible?
Is the Bible trustworthy? R. Virchow, known as the Father of Modern Pathology, said: “Moses was the greatest hygienist, the world has seen. Depending upon revealed knowledge and possessing no scientific equipment, Moses taught in essentials nearly every principle of hygiene now practiced. Moses forbade the use of both swine’s and shellfish; and it may be pertinent to remark that the Gentile world which largely ignores these health rules, shows an estimated occurrence of trichina infections among adults in the US of an alarmingly high percent! Hogs like buzzards and vultures are scavengers created by God to eat up the rotten flesh of things dead. Strychnine will not kill them, but it will kill people. So would you place the authority of Father N. Copernicus, the Vatican’s playboy, whose brother, a high-ranking curialist died of syphilis, over that of the Holy Bible? It might mean the choice of life or death. Like for those British cows that were fed scientifically, according to the rules of Darwinian biology. The British cattle were almost exterminated by the Darwinian Science!
The Story of the Golden Calf undermines the main idea of the hypothesis of Big Bang inspired by the mythology of the gods of fire.
Moses Thrashes Big Bang

The Vedic god Surya was a solar bull. According to the Assyrians, the bull was born of the sun. So, Moses took the calf, which they had made, and burnt it with fire, and ground it to powder, and scattered it upon the water, and made the people of Israel drink it. (Ex. 32:20). Then Moses said to Aaron, “What did this people do unto thee, that you hast brought a great sin upon them?”

Moses posed a direct question to the high priest, who led the people astray in their wickedness. It is written: thou shall not follow a multitude to do evil (Ex. 23:2). Here, Aaron has immediately done exactly that. Note Aaron’s response:

“And Aaron said, 'Let not the anger of my lord burn hot; you know the people, that they are set on evil. 23 For they said to me, `Make us gods, who shall go before us; as for this Moses, the man who brought us up out of the land of Egypt, we do not know what has become of him.' 24 And I said to them, `Let any who have gold take it off'; so they gave it to me, and I threw it into the fire, and there came out this calf." (RSV Exodus 32:22-24 22) Why gold? Well, Egypt was rich in gold, which was valued for its beauty and because it was believed to be of the flesh of the sun god. So this calf came out of the fire exactly like Daniel's Bar Elahin came out of the fiery furnace, because m=E/c². Apollo was called Eleleus because he orbited in a collected mass of fire. The first principle alternately creates the world from itself and again itself from the world, and all things, Heraclitus says, are an exchange for fire, and fire for all things, as goods are for gold and gold for goods.” (Plutarch, On the E at Delphi 388DE). Christianity regards Daniel as a saint and as prophet. Judaism considers the Book of Daniel a part of its canon, but does not regard Daniel as a prophet.

Evolving Bull

In later Jewish folklore the Biblical story was supplemented with remark that the “calf was walking by itself and grazing in the pasture.” (See, Pirqei deRabbi Eliezer 25: “Satan entered it and mooed in order to misled Israel.”).. As a result of its relentless evolution the golden calf mutated to a Moses of the British Israelites, aka John Bull wearing Union Jack with the Babylonian solar cross on his chest.

Encyclopedia Britannica calls Moses “This former stammering murderer”* because he dared to kill a sadistic slave master thus preventing a senseless murder of a helpless human being. But can a slave be considered a human being in the context of Malthus's Essay on Population?

The Elizabethan poor laws of the 1580s treated the able-bodied poor as prisoners in workhouses and gave the rest starvation-level aid (the royal welfare, or the royal euthanasia). The labor market meant that the costs and restraints that serfdom imposed on the lord could be rudely jettisoned. Now the landlord could just hire workers in exchange for cash. As the villagers grew older and less capable of hard labor, the lord would not renew their contracts and would turn them loose on the highways, and into the town and forests. The towns restricted immigration. In the forests, if the peasants were not too old they could join groups, such as the one headed by Robin.

Referring to famine as a check on population, Bishop Malthus wrote in the following incredibly sincere passage from the revised sixth Edition of his Essay on the Principle of Population. 16th edition (1862):

“...We should facilitate, instead of impede, the operations of nature in producing this mortality; and if we dread the frequent visitation of the horrid form of famine, we should sedulously encourage the other forms of destruction which we compel nature to use. Instead of recommending cleanliness to the poor, we should encourage contrary habits.” They are nothing but riff-raff.


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Pavel Seifter, Director of Foreign Policy Department wrote to me on August 22, 1994 on behalf of Vaclav Havel, President of Czech Republic:

“President Havel would agree with you that, in this rapidly changing and transforming era, it is necessary to find some basic values which can bring greater security and meaning to life. He has often warned of the danger of those who think of man as the center of the universe, thus separating humans from the world around us and making it appear that we have no one to whom we answer. Because of such philosophies, the former regimes throughout the region left behind environments that were deeply damaged and societies that were badly shaken. The search for a new set of values which can form the basis of strong and healthy democracies here and around the world is one of the great challenges of the modern era. The President supports those, like you, who are engaged in this important task. He joins me in wishing you all the best. Please accept also the assurances of my highest regards.”

1.Holy Ghost vs. Heliocentric Gang. Click on the link to see that the Holy Ghost cannot land on the spinning earth!
At: http://www.intothelight.org/answers/jesus-as-the-sin-bearer.asp or Google Jesus as the Sin Bearer
Comment by Roman Pytel — July 27, 2008 @ 1:51 pm

1.Roman Pytel just blew my mind.
1.Thank you, Roman Pytel. Interesting.

1.“My question: Do you believe, like Copernicus, that the sun is a god? Can you remove this religious belief from his book without destroying the logic of the Renaissance religious revolution as reflected in The Revolutions?”
That’s an excellent question, Roman. Let’s see how the moonbats worm their way out of THAT one!
By the way, I think you’ve written one of the most useful, cogent, and intelligent comments in this entire thread (Blog4Brownback). I don’t agree with everything you’ve said, but the overall trend of your analysis is complete and utter genius. With your permission, I’ll quote it in its entirety in a separate post.
Comment by Sisyphus — June 19, 2007 @ 7:47 am

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