Friday, September 28, 2012

The Lies of Fiction

     I had written an article here on The Dangers of Lying, and I made the remark that written fictions are just another form of lying.  The reason is simple.  Fictions are intentionally written in order to take away the anchor of truth which would give value to the reader's efforts, which allows the writer to make up just about anything he wants.  Once the fiction is completed, what you have is a piece of work that is complete poppycock.  If the writing isn't true, then it is a lie.  Some will say that as long as it is disclosed as a fiction, then it is proper to write it.  The problem I see, if one follows the logic, is that it would also be proper to lie as long as it is disclosed that it is a lie.  I see no difference between the two.  And I'm afraid that all of us have been subject to our intellects being compromised by the lies of fiction.
     After writing my first book, I understood just how easy it would be to put in some lies and then disguise them with the truth.  And since my book is regarding spiritual issues, I became aware of how easy it would be to manipulate readers with lies.  I was almost shocked.
     A few years ago, I was reading in the Book of Enoch which essentially said that it wasn't God's intention to have mankind confirm his faith with paper and ink.  I was impressed with what I read.  I'm not sure it is true, but it does make sense.  It is just too easy to counterfeit things  writing, so then some other form of information should always go along with written information.
     The only way I know how to arrive at the truth is to have a proper set of facts to go along with what is being written.  What facts support any conclusion?  It is impossible for a fiction to confirm any facts.  The reason is that it was intentionally written as a fiction and the value of the information is of no consequence and of no benefit to the reader.  Some say it is entertaining, some may say that it stimulates the imagination.  However, my thinking is that fictions probably do more harm to the intellects of people throughout the world due to the fact that fictions are lies.
     How can a lie benefit anyone?  If I tell the most simple lie, it will distort the mind of the reader or he that heard the lie.  And as a result of continual lying from politicians, religious people, and many others from all walks of life, the people who hear these lies and act upon them are dumber than they were before they heard the lie.  Just listening to politicians and religious preachers can lower one's IQ
at least 30 points.  I suppose that the lie is the most useful and successful tool of those who engage in mind control.
     I do not enjoy listening to the news anymore because I realize that I am being programmed into someone's agenda.  So it serves no purpose to listen to material that is not truthful.  Since fiction is not the truth, fiction is not something that I read mostly because I don't find things that are not true interesting.  I also don't want my mind twisted. The constant intake of lies has a damaging effect each person who hears these lies.  Liars get you to think one way when you should be thinking some other way which would be truthful.
     A fiction is not the state of the case; it is a state of confusion.  Especially, those fictions which include a lot of truthful information.  But that truthful information is then twisted to the whim of the author.  The author has no rules other than what his mind can make up out of thin air.  The person who reads the fiction then becomes less intelligent or dumber for reading the stupid writing.  Fiction sells because almost anyone with the average IQ of a plant can read and enjoy a lie.  Intellectually, I think that the reader suffers from the lie as it distorts his critical thinking.  It might stimulate one's imagination, but ultimately the fiction destructively twists the mind and upsets the soul.
     If a fiction is not true, then what is it?  It isn't a mistake because someone purposely wrote it.  In my view, writing fiction is just another way of lying.  I can't call it anything else.  But the bad part about it is that the people who read it are now dumber than they were before they read the wretched piece of work.
     Just to show how stupid fiction is let's consider the idea of "science fiction."  When I see those two words together, it is almost as absurd as the words "good lawyer."  Here is the definition of science from "a branch of knowledge or study dealing with a body of facts or truths systematically arranged and showing the operation of general laws: the mathematical sciences."  Science fiction is a contradiction of words and it is completely worthless; it distorts the mind.  Even the science we see today such as "global warming" or evolution are not based upon facts or truths, but it is based upon presumptive evidence with no facts.  If evidence used is a presumption, it usually means there are no facts.
     Without facts and truth, the mind does not operate to its fullest extent and ability.  Why would I ever want to waste my time reading things that I know are not true.  How dumb is that? 

Walter Allen Thompson is the author of The Grace of Repentance: Keeping God's Commandments

Monday, September 24, 2012

The Dangers of Lying

     One of the most evil things a man can do is to lie.  The reason is because a lie distorts the thinking and the ultimate actions of the person who hears it.  If I tell a lie to a man, just the damage the lie does to the one who hears it is almost unspeakable.  Some of the things I have encountered recently has given me pause because I'm thinking that the ultimate mind-control weapon is the lie.  Politicians, religious people, business people, and many people from all walks of life rely on the lie to get people to do things that they wouldn't normally do.  And that is why it is so evil as it breaks God's commandments and it also breaks the natural law.  Twisting another man's mind is very evil and should always be avoided.
     With the political system going through its election cycle, each candidate goes through the motions of thinking that the people are going to have their say as to how will be their leaders.  However, instead of that, the voters are choosing who are going to be their slave-masters.  It's pathetic because the act of voting makes them think that they are free and they have a choice; when the reality is that they are slaves and are choosing their massas.  The lie is that government, especially the one here in the United States makes people think they are free when they are not.  This is how the lie is used to control the thoughts and the actions of the people.  They use lies and deceit to make people do what they normally wouldn't.
     A good example of how government uses the lie is the release of Barack Obama's birth certificate.  Anyone who has used graphics software knows that the multi layered image released by the White House is a fake and a fraud.  Millions upon millions thought the matter was settled.  The problem is that it is impossible for that image to reflect the true document.  Thus, Obama lied, the person who manipulated the image lied, and the staff at the White House who posted it lied.  But in their world, lying is the normal course of action.  They lie as a matter of policy.  The problem is that they are going mad doing this to themselves and the people who have to listen to this drivel.  My main point here is that millions and millions of people have had their minds intentionally distorted by the lie.  The counterfeit was so bad that I think it was done on purpose to taunt those who were trying to get to the truth.  Is it a fraudulent birth certificate?  If it is, what is anyone going to do about it?  These liars do it "in your face."  And now, if anyone questions it, they'll double down on the lie just to drive home their point.  So my thinking is to never allow their crap into my mind again.  I can't believe anything they say, nor do I want to.
     Another example is when a person goes into a courtroom.  The paperwork is all lies: from the beginning, to the middle, through the end.  Nothing but unadulterated bull excrement and gibberish.  The reason is simple.  When anyone gets a presentment in court it will read: JOHN DOE and then in the body of the fraudulent presentment you'll see John Doe.  I have asked courts and DAs to explain why they can't write according the the rules of English grammar, and even asked one how could they pass law school with that kind of English?  The problem is that the documents lie to the person who hears or reads it.  Can't ask the jerk in the black robe because he is as psycho as the people who wrote it.  So normal men and women really don't have a clue as to how to proceed because they are confronted by lying paperwork and lying lawyers and judges.  Christ was correct when he called them "a brood of vipers."  A viper is a poisonous snake which aptly reflects who these people are and the Satan they serve.  There is no good reason to ever associate with anyone of them for any reason.  Sometimes we are drawn into a proceeding, but the main thing to understand that the legal process is and always has been about upholding the lie.  Any legal proceeding is actually a satanic religious ritual which is idolatry.  When a man speaks to a liar, he will never understand it because the information is bogus.
     When I associate with a liar, I always get my head twisted.  I'm thinking one thing, when another is true.  Since I don't like to be lied to, so now I simply try to stay away from them and I don't listen to what they have to say any longer.  I could care less what a liar has to say.  If they are under an oath, they are liars.  It makes no difference what the subject matter is, if a man or woman is lying, then nothing they say means anything and should be discarded as rubbish. 
     It is the same thing when we ingest lies from the various media sources.  One should always test the validity of the information before putting it into the mind as truth.  One of the best ways I've found is to simply unplug the TV, radio, and limit the use of the internet.  Anything that is written down should be always suspect of its veracity.  Even those things which are supposedly seen on a video should always be suspect.  Remember, if you are going to believe and use information, I would think that it would be helpful to know whether or not it is true.
  •  Double check all information for contradictions.  If you find contradictions, just know that you will need to have the truthful information before you proceed to take any action.
  •  Consider the source of the information.  Even sources that aren't reliable will sometime dispense the truth.  Take the time to do the research to make sure you have all the facts.
  • Decide whether something is a fact or is it an opinion.  Truth relates to facts; whereas, an opinion may or may not be true.  If it is a fact then use it accordingly.
  • I would avoid fiction readings.  Some things are so close to being the truth, but it is my opinion that reading fiction distorts the mind.  Think about it, when an author labels it fiction (I've done this), he's telling you that the story isn't true.  If it isn't true, then why consider it?  There isn't really any information that is going to edify you in any way.  The problem is that fictions still depend upon the truth, shaded with BS.  Even if you know it's fiction, as a whole, it is still poppycock.  Why put nonsense in your mind?
  • Do not associate with people who are known liars.  It has been my experience that they are completely undependable and they aren't really good company.  I don't like being around them, and I save myself a bunch of grief by avoiding them.
     Lies do not have any beneficial effect on anyone and I suppose that's why it is a commandment.   God knows just how dangerous the lie is and it is important that we make sure that nothing but the truth comes out of our mouths.  People who lie are impossible to deal with in any sane manner.  Every interaction with a liar will profit nothing, will be good for nothing, and will be a complete waste of time.

The Lie Doesn't Work for Good

Walter Allen Thompson has a new book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land

Monday, September 17, 2012

Choosing Good and Avoiding Evil

     One of the things I hope to accomplish with this blog, is to help people make better choices for their lives, by choosing carefully between things that are good and things that are bad.  All of us are so inundated with evil things, that in many cases, we think that evil is normal.  We think that evil is something that we have to submit to, and that there's no way to cure the evil.  But the way to defeat the evil is to use our intellects more and to consider our actions and use some common sense.  I'm an admirer of the writings of Philo of Alexandra, and he says the following: "..and thus the people are taught piety, and holiness, and justice, and economy, and the science of regulating the state, and the knowledge of such things as are naturally good, or bad, or indifferent, and to choose what is right and to avoid what is wrong, using a threefold variety of definitions, and rules, and criteria, namely, the love of God, and the love of virtue, and the love of mankind.  Accordingly, the sacred volumes present an infinite number of instances of the disposition devoted to the love of God, and of a continued and uninterrupted purity throughout the whole of life, of a careful avoidance of oaths and falsehood, and of a strict adherence to the principle of looking on the Deity as the cause of everything which is good and of nothing which is evil."  Wiki states that Philo lived between 20 BC to 50 AD.  His writings are very thought provoking, and I have learned a lot from his writing called: Every Good Man is Free.
     I do not like any of the organized religions.  I think that they are corrupted because they tell so many lies, or teach utter nonsense to people.    While I lean toward Christianity, I would be something similar to an anti-Nician Christian.  In fact, I find a lot of the earlier Christian writing more informative than many of the Biblical ones.  But for this article, I want to look closer to the decision making process that I use as I think it has benefited me tremendously.
     When I look at something, listen to something, or involve myself with something, I now try to determine whether or not it is going to be a good thing to do.  My method for judgment is the commandments and the natural law.  I believe all of the valid commandments are contained within the natural law, and so when I make my judgments, I use both the commandments and the natural law to make that judgment.  I'm finding that I can make much better judgments and this has greatly improved my life.  So then, the purpose of keeping the commandments is a great way of improving my life as it keeps me out of trouble, and the eventual payback that comes along with every evil deed.
     We know that in using written material, we can be grossly mislead into evil.  So then, the way to avoid evil in a writing is to make sure that it can be confirmed by natural law.  Natural law is what God put forth, and we see it, and use it, everyday of our lives.  Nothing is left to chance.  In order to make really good decisions, we have to be able to take control over our own lives by consciously making good decisions based upon these natural laws.  We should always be choosing good things for our lives, and avoiding all of those things that are bad.  In many cases, people don't take the time to do this and they make a big mess out of everything.   Making better choices according to the natural law will always get good results.  Choosing evil will ruin everything.  This sounds very simplistic, but it is true.
     Few of us don't consider whether or not something is good or bad, even worse, we don't think about the downside of engaging ourselves in evil.  Many of us have just plowed through life; doing what we want, without ever considering the crappy results we may get by engaging in evil.

Rights and Liberty

     If we have to look to a government for our "rights" we have none.  If we look to a government to preserve our "liberty" we have none.  If we look to another person for our happiness, then we will be disappointed.  What we should be looking to is the God who created us because within his natural law, there is both freedom and liberty.  We get there by keeping his commandments.

Careful avoidance of oaths and falsehoods (Philo)

Now, I've been one of the few people that I'm aware of who has consistently warned against taking any oaths or promoting any falsehoods.  I do my best to avoid lying or swearing oaths.  Most of the governments and religions are founded upon oaths, and this is what sets off untold miseries for mankind.  I have written about the dangers of the oaths, and you can find them here, here, and here.
The idea of oaths are instruments of lies and spiritual bondage is nothing new as Philo was a contemporary of Jesus Christ.  But the fact that this practice is done so routinely shows just how evil is engrained in the minds of men.

     The first step in regaining some resemblance of sanity in our lives is to make sure that all of what we say and do are in line in the natural law or God's commandments.  I believe that both are one in the same.  I would focus on little else, and a complete separation from government and religion is a must. Then work on having good character, integrity, and then patience.  Patience  is extremely important, and if it can be mastered, there will but an abundance of power in your life. These choices should be coming from within oneself; obeying dutifully God's commandments.  I have seen this work very well for me and it will work for you.  Why be a slave to sin and/or evil?  Evil is weak; good is strong.

Breaking the Back of Evil

Walter Allen Thompson has a new book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land

Monday, September 10, 2012

How Government Violates God's Laws

     Governments could only have any authority over anyone is if they stayed in line with God's commandments.  Everyone that I've seen throughout history violates the commandments as a matter of habit and policy.  I'm finding that by limiting my judgments to whether or not my actions conform to the commandments, I can live a fuller and more meaningful life.  Everything seems to go better for me even when there appears to be some trouble ahead.  I just depend on God and I stay within the boundaries of the commandments.  I do not feel any retribution coming and my equanimity is always peaceful.  However, governments just don't seem to care about God's commandments, but they go out of their way to break them.  So let's go through these commandments and see how government violates them.
  • Thou shalt have none other Gods before my face. (Deut. 5:7 Geneva Bible)
  • Natural Law:  Worshiping or honoring anything other than the creator is simply stupid and unnecessary because the false god has no power over the creator.  Most governments that I am aware of set themselves up as gods attempting to usurp the authority of God.  Even our own constitution claims that it is "the supreme law of the land."  I'm sorry, God's law is the supreme law of the land and all of us were born with the knowledge of them through the natural law.  The only God that has any authority over anything is the one who created everything.  A government's actions should be judged by their ability to abide in the commandments.
  • Thou shalt make thee no graven image or any likeness of that that is in heaven above, or which is in the earth beneath, or that is in the waters under the earth.   Thou shalt neither bow thyself unto them, nor serve them: for I the Lord thy God....(Deut. 8-10)
  • Natural Law:  Again, a piece of wood or stone chiseled into any kind of image has the potential to draw a man into idolatry.  The problem with statues is obvious in nature.  Why honor something made with a man's hands? If I go to any government building in any part of the world, I would probably find a statue or a cast figure of someone or something.  These statutes violated God's commandments.  I know people love their little idols, but the fact is these idols can draw a man into worshiping a false god.  Anything that is created is not and should never be an object of worship.  Look at the Statue of Liberty; it can't even wipe itself if a bird craps on it.  These statues deserve no honor from anyone.  If it is a graven image, I would just not pay any attention to it.  These things are evil and defile the land.
  • Thou shalt not take the Name of the Lord thy God in vain: for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh His name in vain. (Deut. 5:11)
  • Natural Law No one can accurately predict the future with any accuracy.  There will always be something that can come up unexpectedly. It doesn't make any sense to swear oaths as they have no logical function.   Swearing of oaths, taking pledges, making promises, and vows are all a part of taking God's name in vain.  Governments use oaths of loyalty and bondage to the people who work for their organizations.  The oath is present almost everywhere and it is a pagan practice.  I suggest just stop taking them as they will never do any man or woman any good.  In fact, they will get a person into a lot of trouble.  Swearing oaths put all government and courts on the dark-side.  Most religious groups, freemasons, and many other psychotic groups use the oath.  Yes, I know the Boy Scouts use the oath, and they should never brainwash young boys to offend God in this way.  Stay away from signing anything under the penalty of perjury because it means lying under oath.  
  • Thou shalt not kill (murder) 
  •  Natural LawNature tells us that killing another man, woman, or child is evil and wrong.  We all have a latent knowledge of these laws. (I'm not including self-defense issues.) Do not governments start wars?  Governments want to control almost every part of everyone's lives.  And in order to get  compliance with their stupid laws and regulations, they use force or violence to get their way.  How does anyone justify joining the military when they are going to be violating God's commandments.  A military should only be for defensive purposes, and not establishing other psychotic doctrines on groups of other people who may disagree.  For instance: if I was sent to Viet Nam and I go kill a family because they happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time, would I not be committing murder?  War is the product of  bad government.  In my lifetime, there have been very few periods of peace.  That has always been one war after another.  War is big money to be made, and its purpose seems to be to limit the populations of the world.  Our world is so steeped in violence that many people have never known a peaceful day or a day without violence.  The false god of government wants to kill or destroy as many people as it can; it's their job.  This is why the government supports abortion because they are psychotic creeps.  Killing babies in the womb is the most disgusting thing anyone can do, yet it is promoted as acceptable by the government.  The government allows for the murder of the unborn.
  • Neither shalt thou commit adultery....(Deut 5:18)
  • Natural Law:  For men and women, nature tells us that marriage between one man and one woman is the correct way to do it.  This is evident in nature.  Adultery, fornication, and homosexuality have not place in the natural law because these activities offend these laws.  The problem with sexual sin is that it completely distorts the proper relationship between a man and a woman.  It sets everything in the wrong direction and nothing but trouble follows.  Unfortunately, the government promotes all of these bad things through their misguided "social policies."  These programs are run by the most morally deficient people that they can find.  This is being done on purpose to ruin our lives.  Since the governments operate on the dark-side, they promote sexual perversion in order to control the population.  Sexual misconduct weakens the person, making them easier to control.  It's best to limit sexual activity by doing it in a lawful marriage only.  This is why the government teaches young children about sex when they themselves are the perverts. 
  • Neither shalt thou steal....(Deut. 5:19)
  • Natural Law:  It is obvious that taking something that belongs to another is wrong and we really don't need to have a written commandment for it.  The government treats the people as if they were animals, livestock, or other types of beasts.  It steals their labor through income taxes.  A man or woman only has their abilities to work and it is the only way they can support themselves and their families.  The government sometimes steals over 50% of a man's labor simply for the reason because he exists.  Government breaks the commandments because it steals from people through the use of usury or interest in the banking system.  Usury and interest are a form of stealing.  The economy would improve greatly if interest was taken completely out of the financial systems.  These are but just a few ways government steals from the people.
  • Neither shalt thou bear a false witness against thy neighbor...(Deut. 5:20)
  • Natural Law:  Nature tells us that if we tell lies, that we are distorting the minds and the thinking of other people.  Here again, we have a latent knowledge of right and wrong.  How can you tell when a government official is lying?  When he is moving his lips.  When government writes their dead laws upon dead paper, they use language that is intentionally deceiving.  They use terms instead of words.  These terms are defined within their code to say one thing and do another.  It is almost impossible to completely understand an issue because their language is intended to deceive.  
     No one can have a successful and happy live violating God's commandments and the natural law.  There's only one God for everyone, and I don't believe that any of the known religions rise to the level of what God intended for man.  All of mankind is expected to keep the commandments and it shouldn't be that difficult.  There would be more peace, and people would hopefully leave other people alone to live the lives that they choose.  In other words, the government is a system with a built-in failure mechanism.  It is intentional as it exists to offend God.  The government wants to be a god, that will never happen.  If people want to organize and do things, they should do it under the authority of the creator and then stick to the natural law.  I'm not sure if that is possible, but I'm always hopeful.  The alternative is an utter failure.
     The continual breaking of these commandments is not sustainable (love that word) and it will be the downfall of us all.  Better to repent, change our ways, and start living our lives the way God intended.

The God-state

Walter Allen Thompson has a new book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land


Friday, September 7, 2012

Old Men's Wars

     I was reading an article on Henry Makow's site about how most wars are staged by the Illuminati.  The article goes into great detail about the ins and outs of military intelligence (or lack thereof) and it is an interesting part of history.  I too believe that these wars were staged, but there is a bigger question that ran through my mind.  I've been an advocate of God's commandments and the article brought up a question in my mind.  How does any man justify the killing of another upon the order of yet another man?  How does that work in God's natural order?  By what authority does a man order the death of another?

Thou shalt not kill.....

     I understand the word kill to mean murder.  If a man joins the military, he is sworn (breaks another commandment) to follow the orders of another man.  Anyone who has joined the military when they were young men may never have asked themselves this question, but I'm sure after combat, they probably have: Am I committing murder under the eyes of God?  Am I doing bad things?  Then the next question would be: Am I willing to kill someone based upon the orders of a political figure?  Will God punish me for killing people?  I know when I faced the draft during the Viet Nam war, I asked myself questions like these and I wonder how I would react if put in a combat situation.  I never had to find out, but a lot of my friends did.  Some died very horrible deaths and I wondered if it was worth the price.  My mom cried just at the thought of me going to war, and many other mothers had their hearts ripped out of them because their sons died fighting old men's wars.

Who are these Old Men?

     Frankly, I don't think the conspiracy historians have even scratched the surface of these vile men.  Sure, they are Illuminati, and they are also your political and religious leaders.  These old men stand in front of young men as gods and instruct them in the black art of murder.  And it doesn't matter what war and when, all of these wars appear to me to be a direct offense to God and his natural order of life.  Men were not created to murder other men.  However, the goal of the New World Order crowd is to promote death and destruction; and make a lot of money from it.  These old men usually don't put their own children in the front line, but expect other parents to "sacrifice" their children as if they were worshipping Molech.  Not only do they "sacrifice" their children, they feel patriotic about it.  But I'll bet you that if you asked any of them, especially now, if it was worth it, I would be that the answer would be no.  And what about all of the religious crusades, with the modern religious wars too ugly to describe.  If the intent is to thin out the young men in a population, then I suppose it is working.  But killing off young people weakens any nation.  And any nation or religious who violates
God's commandments without repentance,  are going to be complete failures.

What if Nobody Showed Up to the Old Men's Wars?

     What if the young men finally told the old men to shove it?  If the old men want to fight, let them do it to themselves, but leave the young people alone.  They have lives ahead of them.  The old men have one foot in the grave; maybe they want more company in it.  But God gave us all our lives to live in peace with each other with the commandments as our spiritual and moral anchor.  I know, there I go again with the commandments.  But the reality of life is that we are supposed to keep them, and not killing each other is one of them.  And what's with these young Arab men strapping bombs to themselves and blowing up people?  The insanity of it is overwhelming.  Why don't they just tell their old men to go blow themselves up if that's what they want to do, but to leave the young people alone to get married and have families?  There should be never any respect for any leader who does not abide in God's commandments.

Politics and Religion is a Blood Game

     Politics and religion are the vehicles which drive the engines of war, war, and more war.  Who needs the state if it is going to be so destructive?  Who wants to stand before God with blood on their hands?  Who wants to go to hell for killing someone in old men's wars?  In my view, there is not one political or religion that is worth the drop of one man's blood.

Counting the Cost

     The old men don't count the cost because it doesn't cost them anything; until they die, then they go to hell if they didn't repent.  But a young man has a future of living a prosperous life without old men's wars.  "Thou shalt not kill" means exactly what it says and it is a commandment that needs to be obeyed by the old and young men.  These staged wars do nothing but promote a system of government that is intrinsically idiotic and evil.
     And the question to be asked is this: How is anyone going to bear the burden of guilt from all these killings?  My father-in-law was a World War II vet who survived 5 amphibious landings, and a series of dangerous operations.  He was one of those guys who would crawl down the holes to find Japanese soldiers.  Just before his death, he showed me a photograph (in black and white) of a Japanese soldier.  He had the man's wallet, the picture of his children, and his family.  It was obvious that he felt guilty for the death of this soldier.  He had killed that soldier.  My father-in-law was one crusty old fart, but he was a very tender-hearted man when the issue was important.  He felt bad about taking the life of a Japanese soldier; even in the heat of battle.  I had a lot of respect for him because of it.
     What is important to understand that there is not one political or religious system that is worth one drop of a man's blood.  God gave us all a nice place to live and that's what we should be doing.  But we need to pay attention to the commandments because they are our moral anchor.  The commandments allow for everything to work within the natural order; God's World Order.
     All men, women, and children were created by the same God, and we are not allowed to break the commandments.  I honor the God who created me and so it is important for all of us to do that and our lives will become much better.  We would be better off ignoring the evil of current political and religious systems and simply abide by God's natural law.  Only in God's law is there security and safety.

Veteran's Day Requires a Rethink: by Henry Makow

Walter Allen Thompson has a new book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land


Wednesday, September 5, 2012

My Dog Spot

     As opposed to people, I have never met a dog I didn't like.  My dog Spot is the newest addition to my household.  Even the most decrepit dog will have better manners than most people.
    I first met Spot when he was my son's dog and I took care of  him for a couple of weeks.  I became immediately attached to him because he is so friendly.  He is a Boston Terrier, but because he has blue eyes, he doesn't make the cut from the American Kennel Club.  But as most dogs are, he is a lot of fun, and like many women aren't, he is very affectionate. 
     One of the things I like about Spot is that he isn't a psycho.  Yes, he loves to chase the deer out in the woods.  He seems to have been born to run and he does it like a gazelle; never seen anything quite like it.  We'll go out into the woods and he looks for anything to chase.  He always comes back when I call him, but I do worry a little when he's off the leash.  One time he took off and I couldn't see where he was going, then all of a sudden he comes running back with a pit bull chasing him.  I got in between him and the pit bull and I calmed both of them down.  Even a pit bull doesn't want any trouble and I was able to control the situation.  Unlike many people, Spot doesn't try to make me miserable, but he goes out of his way to make sure that I know that he loves me.
     Everyone I meet likes my dogs.  If I were to get remarried again, I would like to have a woman that everyone likes.  I hate to be comparing my dogs with the current crop of women, but I can't help myself.  I've never had either one of my dogs bitch (no pun intended) me out.  My dogs are well behaved and considerate to me.  Yeah, they get a little crazy every once and awhile, but most of the time they are just a lot of fun.  My dogs love me and I love them.  If I wasn't around, they would love whoever owned them.  That kind of unconditional love should be with men and women because we were made to live that way.  None of this is possible without God.
     I met a man last night who has not had a real home for 19 years.  He says he is 32 years old and has been on the road all that time.  He has a small little dog who follows him around wherever he goes.  His dog even stands guard over his gear.  But it is the dog who gets him through the sometimes very lonely existence.
     God must have provided these creatures to substitute for some of the horrible people that we have to endure.  And while I do like cats, dogs are my favorite.  I cannot imagine why anyone would not like dogs.
     My dog Spot is peaceful, with little to no drama.  My other dog, Angel, is happy with the new addition (she has no choice).  But there's a special bond that is present between man and dog that has probably been their since the creation.  It is hard to explain, but it is always present and it is a delightful experience. Dogs are a gift from God, which goes to show that within  his natural order, everything is the way it is supposed to be. It is happy, content, and without drama.  The relationship between a man and his dog is quite remarkable.  The relationship between men and women should be at least just as good if not better.
     I think the reason is that unlike mankind, dogs don't commit sins, nor do they have the capacity to do evil.  Whereas, people who are born with a free will are continually tempted with and confronted by evil.  Most people today don't have the capacity to defend themselves against it.  They just open themselves up to whatever nonsense that comes along, and then they wonder why their lives are so miserable.
     Now, don't get me wrong, Spot is far from being a genius.  A couple of months ago, he ate a fish hook which cost me money to have taken out.  But he's a nice dog and very friendly; fun to be with.  What's nice about this is that most people I've met will say the same thing about their dogs.  Almost everyone loves their dogs.  Sometimes the conditions of nature will teach us some lessons about how to live happily within God's World Order, everything works very nicely; take out God's World Order, and there's nothing but trouble.  I prefer God's World Order.

Sunday, September 2, 2012

The Ultimate Insult

      I was relating to a friend of mine that I was thinking that listening or associating with evil people and/or stupid people could lower a person's IQ at least 30 points.  He agreed with me and then sent me the following quote by Billy Madison:  " What you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."  (This quote can be seen on YouTube.)   I've heard a lot of put-downs in my day, but this one really cuts to the chase.  But this isn't an insult as much as it is a legitimate criticism that is needed to be applied to government and religious leaders; and those who are prone to telling outright lies or just stupid thoughts.  I want to focus on the idea that when we look at lies, evil, and stupid things--we actually are lowering our own intellect.
     He uses the words "insanely idiotic."  Any lie is that and more.  In my own dealings with religious and government people, "insanely idiotic" describes perfectly the discourse that I have been subjected to on a continual basis.  To give an extreme example of this, go to The Call of Shame and listen to this idiotic discussion that Marc Stevens had with an IRS attorney.  I think the reader will agree that this has to be an "insanely idiotic" conversation.  You cannot get any more dishonest than this IRS attorney.
    This agent gave Marc and "incoherent response" to every reasonable question that he raised.  There are no vague words that Marc said, he just kept asking a few basic questions that the attorney was not willing to answer.
     Her answers could not produce one "rational thought", not one fact that Marc was requesting, and her response, if taken seriously, could actually lower a man's intellect.  Anyone who hears a response like this is indeed dumber than before they heard this exchange.
     When we decide to look at something or listen to anyone's speech, we have to be careful to guard our minds because we shouldn't allow their words to affect our own intellect.  If I want to improve myself, I try not to engage my mind with things that could lower my own intelligence.  For example, I found myself screaming at Bill O'Reilly as I was cooking my dinner.  The man says so many stupid things, and I just lost it.  So, I'm standing in front of my son's big screen TV screaming at the top of my lungs.  This was definitely an IQ lowering event.  I believe that evil and stupid can lower the intellect.  And I think that even researching evil as in government, history, and religion can have that effect.  We all are reading things that may or may not be true.  If they aren't true, why distort the mind.  I'd rather spend the time learning something that I can use.
     Is Marc Stevens dumber listening to the responses of IRS attorneys and agents?  I don't see how he's much different than anyone else, but he seems to be able to handle it better than most people.  But a constant inculcating of stupidity will adversely affect the mind of even the most thick-skinned person.  This is why most government, politics, religion, and media should be avoided; preserve the mind.  Even those of us who do research have to be careful not to lower our own intellects.  Researching evil is like documenting every turd in the cesspool.  At a certain point, there's no return for the effort.  And I think that the powers know it.
     So during the upcoming political season, just think of all those people who are getting their IQs lowered by listening to the various candidates.  The politician's words are the ultimate insult to anyone's intelligence.  Voting for these creeps ensures our own mental and physical slavery.

Walter Allen Thompson has a new book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land

Saturday, September 1, 2012

The Testimony of Nature to the Existence of God

      In researching the early Jewish and Christian writings, I was reading through the Book of Enoch which used to be included in the very early Christian church. The quality of the writing is outstanding, although I have no proof it rises to the level of a true story. But I found a most interesting passage: “And the fourth was named Penemue: he taught the children of men the bitter and the sweet, and he taught them all the secrets of their wisdom. And he instructed mankind in writing with ink and paper and thereby many sinned from eternity to eternity and until this day. For men were not created for such a purpose, to give confirmation to their good faith with pen and ink. For men were created exactly like the angels, to the intent that they should continue pure and righteous, and death, which destroys everything, could not have taken hold of them, but through this their knowledge they are perishing, and through this power it is consuming me.” This verse is in the section of Enoch which speaks about the fallen angels of which Penemue was one. (Notice the first three letters spell Pen.) If we weren't created for confirming our faith with paper and ink, then what else would we use?  This question had a profound effect on my thinking. I've always been a bit suspicious of things that I read, but in this case, how else would I be able to know about God? Then it dawned on me any writing must conform to the truth and be of any value. Truth is a part of God's natural order. And since it is easy to lie on paper, mankind should have another way of knowing that truth of God's existence other than scribble.  I believe that writings can take on an authority that they don't deserve.

Magnificence of Nature

      The magnificence of nature is the fact and the evidence of the existence of God. I remember one afternoon, I was looking up at the sky and there were two rainbows overlapping each other, and a man I didn't even know turned around to me and said: “Who says there's no God?” The beauty of the event was overwhelming and everyone who noticed completely enjoyed the view. We can't see God, but we see the evidence of his existence through his creation. We can't see the air, but we feel it going through our lungs. We can't see the wind, but we can watch its effect on the trees and the environment. We see the sun, the moon, and the stars make their circle and the beauty of outer space is indescribable. Everything looks good.
      I do a lot of hiking in the mountains and I find almost everything that I encounter, looks good from every angle. If I look at a tree or a flower, the view of it is beautiful from every angle. How is it that this is so? Did it happen by accident? Did the flower evolve from some kind of unorganized scum? No. The fact is, that nature and all that it contains is the best evidence for the existence of God, and it is that God who created these things that should be obeyed and honored. Why would anyone honor a god created by the imagination of a man? However, by observing the wonder of the creation, there is no question that God created it and he holds it together through his own power.
     Everything that God created fits together perfectly.  The sun and the moon run their course providing daylight and light by night.  The sun and the moon do not fight for position, they do exactly what God told them to do, and they do it perfectly every day.   The water provides refreshment for the whole earth, the beasts, and the plants.  It feeds the crops, provides for the necessities of life itself.  The earth gives up her fruit, and provides a home for all of mankind, beasts and plants.  We all have plenty of air to breath, food to eat, and all of nature serves mankind for his benefit.  Just looking at it makes a person feel good.  
     When I go for a walk in a nice area, almost everyone has a smile on their face and they are enjoying the peacefulness of the natural order and being outside.  There is so much to look at and so much to admire in nature, that I think I should spend more of my time outside.  All of these things were created by God; and they are his.
     Since nature is so pleasant, it seems to me that God created mankind so that he could enjoy all of the good things that God created.  We were not put here on earth to suffer; at least, I don't think so.  If we stay within the natural order, then our lives will prosper.  I believe the purpose of the natural laws and God's commandments is to keep us out of harms way and if we observe those laws, we will have prosperous lives.     

Men and Women

     If God made everything perfectly, then it would follow that men and women were made in the same fashion.  They were created to compliment each other, and to live with each other in peace.  But since we know that men have a free will, then it is certainly possible for them to make good and bad choices.  I've always noticed how animals seem to be able to stay in their own natural order.  They choose their actions too; but the will usually stay within their own proper boundaries.  Why can animals, but people can't?
     One thing I've noticed with animals is that they don't engage in gratuitous sex, while many men and women do so on a routine basis destroying their lives along with it.  For an animal, sex is for making more babies; whereas, with people, it is almost like some kind of sporting event.  For many people the sexual act is an end to itself.  With men and women, sexual activity should be within the context of the natural order which is a lawful marriage.  Animals do not get married, but they do manage to stay within the natural order.  You don't see animals acting like Hollywood sluts. But the problem is that our culture has provided too many opportunities for casual sex and it is at the center of our failure as a society and as a people.  Government and religions have helped this along with their insane doctrines of death.
     If men and women put their relationships back into the natural order, their lives would benefit greatly.  Relationships, are a part of God's creation but they do have boundaries.  However, by staying within those natural boundaries that God put in place, it only makes sense to follow them.  They are there for our own benefit.
     The evidence for the existence for God is within nature itself.  And the evidence of his commandments are contained within the natural laws, and all living things have a latent knowledge of the natural law.  God's existence doesn't depend on any written document.  A written document--if its testimony is true--will reflect the state of the case.

God's World Order

     Consider the words of what is said to be from Clement of Rome around 100 A.D: "The heavens, revolving under His government, are subject to Him in peace. Day and night run the course appointed by Him, in no way hindering each other. The sun and moon, with the companies of stars, roll on in harmony according to His command, within their prescribed limits, without any deviation. The fruitful earth, according to His will, brings forth food in abundance. At the proper seasons, for man and beast and all the living beings upon it. Never hesitating, nor changing any of the ordinances which He has fixed.
      "The unsearchable places of the abysses, the indescribable arrangements of the lower world, are restrained by the same laws. The vast unmeasurable sea, gathered together by His working into various basins, never passes beyond the bounds placed upon it, but does as He has commanded. For He said, ‘Thus far shall you come, and your waves shall be broken within you.’ The ocean, impassable to man, and the worlds-beyond, are regulated by the same enactments of the Lord. The seasons of spring, summer, autumn, and winter, peacefully give place to one another. The winds in their several quarters fulfill, at the proper time, their service without hindrance. The ever-flowing fountains, formed both for enjoyment and health, furnish without fail their breasts for the life of men. The very smallest of living beings meet together in peace and accord. All these the Great Creator and Lord of all has appointed to the smallest of living beings to exist in peace and harmony; while He does good to all, but most abundantly to us who have fled for refuge to His compassions through Jesus Christ our Lord, to whom be glory and majesty for ever and ever.
(1st Epistle of Clement)
     These are the things we should be focusing our minds upon and letting go of the brain-rot of today's culture.  There are too many good things that God created for us to enjoy, and it is worth our while to just turn away from evil and enjoy the life that God gave us.

Related: The Knowledge of Wickedness is not Wisdom

Walter Allen Thompson has a new book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land