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TBR News February 27, 2013

Feb 27 2013 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House


            Washington, D.C. February 27, 2013: “The mystery about the resignation of the Pope… isn’t. Informed European and Catholic sources know that the homosexual issue is the reason. No one wielding as much power as the Pope does would willingly give up his power unless he was compelled to, either by death or overwhelming circumstances.


            The real issue is the homosexual issue. The Catholic Church is riddled with gays and this has spread even to princes of the Church and to the top Vatican officials. The same issue is also a bete noir for the Evangelical Christians.


            Both branches of the Church, one ancient and one very modern, spew out vicious hatred aimed at the homosexual community and both will be greatly undone with the forthcoming book, ‘Christ the Essene,’ which is about to appear as an ebook.


            This is a translation of an ancient Dead Sea scroll and it is the only document about Jesus that is of his period. It states, very clearly, that Jesus was an Essene, preached their dogmas and attacked the Roman authority. For his pains, he was captured by the Roman Procurator, tried and crucified along with many others of his sect.

            The Essenes were an all-male agricultural sect that was homosexual in practice and teaching, as the scroll makes very clear. How this information will impact on Christianity as a whole is unknown but the Christian groups who so hate and vilify gays will not be amused to have it known that their spiritual head was also homosexual.


And further It is the belief of Pentecostals that when certain conditions are met, Jesus Christ will return to earth, take his elect (the Pentecostals) physically to Paradise in an event known as Rapture. Those not belonging to the Pentecostal elect will have to remain behind for Satan to deal with.


When Parousia happens, there will be a great battle fought at Armageddon between the forces of Jesus and the Devil and his antichrist and Jesus, quite naturally, will be triumphant.


All of this, the Pentecostals assure their membership, can be found in the book of Revelation.


Unfortunately for this interesting thesis, the struggle between good and evil at Armageddon is not found in the book of Revelations. Revelations 16:16 only mentions the name of the long-forgotten town but there is nothing about an epic struggle mentioned anywhere else other than twisted interpretations in cult literature.


This strange book was allegedly written by St. John the Devine, an alleged  disciple of Jesus when, in fact is believed by most reputable Biblical scholars to have been written by a certain John of Patmos who lived many years after the period ascribed to Christ’s ministry.


John of Patmos was a hermit/monk on the Greek island of Patmos and contemporary historical reference briefly dismisses him as a lunatic. No one has been able to understand a word of what he wrote, and his confused and mystic writings easily lends themselves to all manner of interpretations by various dimwitted and obsessed religious fanatics.


When Martin Luther prepared the Protestant Bible, he discarded Revelations, and other books then found in the Bible, as being ‘unworthy and filled with nonsense.’


The Second Coming has as one of its primary  requirements that a Jewish nation must be reestablished in Palestine (which it was in 1948) and, even more important, that the great Jewish temple of Solomon must be rebuilt before Christ can return to earth and elevate his elect.


The first temple of Solomon was destroyed by the Babylonians and the more elegant second, by the Romans when they crushed the Jewish revolt in the first century.


Unfortunately for the Pentecostals, the former site of this temple is now occupied by the much-revered Muslim Dome of the Rock mosque.


The Jewish temple cannot be rebuilt, therefore, as long as the Muslim mosque occupies its space and therefore, it would be necessary to destroy this very holy building and replace it with a new edifice of another religion.


However, if this lunatic act were consummated , there would be an immediate and  terrible rising in the Muslim world and a savage religious war would burst forth on an already-ravaged Middle East.


The Pentecostals are, by their very nature, uncaring and fierce fanatics and such a war would, to them, be a fulfillment of the spurious prophecy of the manic Revelation’s non-existent Battle of Armageddon.


Already we can hear comments from prominent Pentecostals that the Muslims are the forces of the anti-Christ and must therefore be engaged by the forces of Jesus in a final hecatomb of blood and destruction. This pending bloodbath means nothing to Pentecostals because, according to their beliefs, they will be safe in Paradise and those left behind are of no consequence


These God-intoxicated fanatics have managed to capture the White House and place their people in high official positions within the Bush Administration.


In the face of all reason and logic, they are pushing a suicidal, hidden agenda that will have terrible consequences for everyone concerned.


In light of this, perhaps it is now far easier to understand what really stands behind the Administration’s apparent fierce determination to invade a shattered and disorganized Iraq while studiously ignoring a very real danger from North Korea’s declared intentions of building nuclear weapons.


After all, North Korea is not mentioned in Pentecostal dogma and there would be no Parousia because of a terrible nuclear war launched by that country.


In spite of the large amount of learned dissertations on the underlying motives for the Bush Administration’s war hysteria, one should note that the simplest answer to a complex problem is always the correct one.


The militant Evangelicals have committed the supreme error of wanting to make their personal religious beliefs a matter of state policy, horrifying as it may seem, and instead of elevating their numbers to a mythic paradise, they will most certainly create a wilderness of death and destruction for no sane justifying reason.


Jesus is quoted as saying that he did not come to “bring Peace but a Sword,” and this seems to be the real motivation of his more deranged followers. Continue Reading »

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TBR News February 26, 2013

Feb 26 2013 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House


Washington, D.C. February 26, 2013: “Amidst the rumors generated by the unexpected resignation of the Pope, one is of considerable interest. This concerns a new book, “Christ the Essene” due out very soon. This is a translation of an original, and period, Dead Sea scroll that proves quits conclusively, that Jesus was an Essene and as such, a practicing homosexual. It also proves that early Christian dogma is the Essene dogma and it is obvious from reading a copy of the manuscript that the Gospels and other writings are post-event propaganda and have no historical connection. If this thesis gets any kind of publicity, as it surely will, the havoc it can cause to current Christian theology will be significant. No wonder an old, ill Pope wants to get out before he has to deal with this, and other, more current, problems.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News February 12, 2013

Feb 12 2013 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House


Washington, D.C. February 9, 1013: “Because we have the reputation of publishing material not generally found on the Internet and certainly are not politically correct, we occasionally receive interesting material from readers. As this moment, I have been carefully reviewing the completed text of a  manuscript based entirely on an identified, and proven authentic, Dead Sea scroll that was written ca 50 CE by two Essene scribes.

Accompanying this submission, among other documents, is a forensic report on the authenticity of the document and two translations by recognized academics of the text.

The current owner’s grandfather had bought this, and two other relatively unimportant scrolls, many years ago and the provenance is very clear.

This manuscript contained Xerox copies of the translations (in English) in addition to photographs of the actual scroll contents.

I make no pretensions to being able to read the old writing but the translators obviously could.

The basic, and stunning, theme of this scroll concerns itself with the origins, activities and history of the Biblical Jesus the Christ (Christ was not a family name but a Greek word meaning ‘Messiah.’)

It is on parchment, rather than papyrus indicating its relative importance.

It is the only known period writing about Jesus, the comments by Josephus being proven second century forgeries by Christian propagandists.

The Essene dogma, as preached by Jesus, his involvement in anti-Roman activities and so on are very clearly laid out as is his eventual capture and crucifixion by the then Roman Procurator of Judea.

Also very clearly laid out is Jesus active membership in the Essene cult, its organization and composition (it was an all-male cult that practiced homosexuality) and Jesus and his lover, and their erotic activities, are discussed specifically.

Given the hysterical anti-gay attitudes of the Evangelical movement, the discovery that the leader of their religion was gay will cause terrible problems.

Most interesting, and certainly reputable, historical writings tend to support almost everything contained in the scroll.

I read over the two translations, and other supportive documents, and then looked carefully at the manuscript which was a  rationalizing of both the two translations into one, very readable, edition.
            As I doubt if any mainline American publisher would ever dare to publish this, I have suggested to the current owner that an Internet edition, prepared with younger readers in mind, would best suit his needs.

There would be a reaction to this, of course, but it would be entirely predictable.
If the lunatic Bush and his equally deranged Attorney General Ashcroft were still in power, some governmental interference could be expected but the current administration has no interest in the subject.

I suggested that the book should be aimed specifically at the younger members of society who have grown up with the Internet and should be kept simple and direct for easier assimilation.
I note that younger people, preparing psychologically to leave their nest  (saving for those who have steel umbilical cords and Love Mom) delight in testing their parents.

I have no doubt that this work will stimulate them not only to think but to challenge parental authority.

Parental and religious organizational responses would be entirely predictable and quite useless.

Screams of ‘Evil!’ and ‘Satanic’ will certainly be heard as will demands from alarmed Evangelical religious leaders for some form of suppression.

Like most people, they will react too little, too late and once this gets out into the world, it is a genie that cannot be shoved back into the bottle or something that cannot be forced back into Pandora’s Box.” Continue Reading »

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TBR News February 8, 2013

Feb 08 2013 Published by under Uncategorized

The Voice of the White House


            Washington, D.C. February 7, 2013: “There is a growing amount of concern in the United States about the drone policy. One part is concerned with a flood of surveillance drones now being used inside the United States to spy on the citizenry and the other part deals with savage attacks by this country on unarmed civilians, determined by anonymous military and intelligence personnel as possible dangers to this country, proven or otherwise. From a CIA memo we take the following information on the control of these drones. This deals with drone control systems:


            ‘The UAVs have two alternative systems for communication.

            Line of sight radio :
            In the military C-Band 500 – 1000 MHz that can be jammed with simple spark-gap radio

            Satellite communication :
            In the Ku-Band between 10.95 – 14.5 GHz, and the satellite can be jammed.
            The Uplink-Band to the satellite is 13.75 – 14.5 GHz
            The Downlink-Band from the satellite is 10.95 – 12.75 GHz
            And you should jam the Uplink frequencies with a jammer directed at the satellite.’
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