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Monday, June 11, 2018

Jack Heart - Ragnarök I - “Vengeance Is Mine, I Will Repay...”

[Source] “There are some who walk this earth who understand just where this all began but they will not tell the others because they believe the knowledge to be a privilege that can only be passed on through the blood. The world has suffered their silence long enough. They are pompous fools that play at being descended from Pharaoh’s and Roman Emperors when in truth their linage can only be traced back to Dark Age whore houses. The only thing passed on through the blood is venereal disease...” – Excerpt from Those Who Would Arouse Leviathan

“And he laid hold on the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him a thousand years.”1 This puerile Christian blasphemy against all which is proud and virile in life continues: “And when the thousand years are expired, Satan shall be loosed out of his prison.”2 Accordingly accounts will then be settled for all; angels, gods and humans.

Those are the words written in The Book of Revelations or The Apocalypse; a promise of eternal death and damnation for the entire human race. The epileptic tirade, supposedly the words of the abomination the Christians would dare call god, promises to mercilessly persecute the very Goddess who has given life to all, swearing unclean oaths of hatred and violence against “the whore” and vowing to “make her desolate and naked, to eat her flesh, and burn her with fire...”3

For many centuries rejected in the east for reasons that should be obvious, The Book of Revelations was the last book accepted into the Christian biblical canon. It is if nothing else a vitriolic indictment of the victim by the perpetrator of the crime.

No one knows where Revelations came from. In fact no one really knows where the bible came from. Archeologically, the bible itself is empirically untenable. Until the fraud of the Dead Sea Scrolls was perpetrated following WW II, the Aleppo Codex from the tenth century and the Leningrad Codex from the eleventh were thought to be the oldest existing manuscripts of the Tanakh or Hebrew bible; the textual source for the Christian Old Testament.

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