Friday, April 30, 2010

On Haitian Voodoo 04 30 2010

On Haitian Voodoo 04 30 2010

The Haitians have the religion of Sangria or Voodoo. Which practices Zombification of people via a toxin from the Puffer fish. They are poisoned, once unconscious they are buried for dead. They are then dug up and walk about the place as Zombified idiots.

It is very similar to our modern day psychiatry, in fact so similar that I wonder psychiatry drew some influence from it when it was formed. Its origin just seems to slip my mind at the moment?

I can truthfully say with every fiber of my being that it was an act of god, and that is how hurricane damage is written on insurance contracts, that many evil Voodoo practitioners were destroyed in the recent hurricane there.

Copyright 2010 Thomas Paul Murphy

Star of David

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Star of David 04 30 2010

On the news last night there was a segment about a Jewish rally that was disrupted ahead of time as someone had taken a piece of light blue chalk and written on the brick wall a Swastika linked to the right with a vertically aligned equals sign to the Star of David.

Having never seen this before I am unfortunate to say I have an intimate understanding that underlies that comparison and infinite attempts have been made to sicken, label, discredit and disenfranchise me because of this.

Copyright 2010 Thomas Paul Murphy

Thursday, April 29, 2010

On Lutherans and Responsibility 04 29 2010

On Lutherans and Responsibility 04 29 2010

I asked a an old friend of mine who was a Lutheran what exactly they believe in and the gist of what he told me is that it doesn’t matter what you do that in life that is bad or wrong and that you can do whatever you want in life as long as at the time of your death you asked to be saved.

Who would teach people to believe this? This is the exact opposite of responsibility and does not foster responsibility in our society.

Interesting enough a writer I met recently who is probably 20 years older than I am and married a Lutheran woman told me when that Lutherans were taught and raised to hate Catholics.

Another Lutheran once said to me, “You can always tell who a Lutheran is because they are the ones who look like, “They always ate the whole thing.””

Copyright 2010 Thomas Paul Murphy

Priest Abuse

This is the prayer that was said at the end of every Catholic mass until Vatican II changed this to its omission. It is very meaningful as it enforces the construct of responsible society and establishes a conscience in Church that is apparently missing today as evidenced by the priest abuse scandals.

“Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray; and do thou, O prince of the heavenly host, by the divine power of God, cast into hell Satan, and all evil spirits who wander now throughout your world seeking the ruin of souls.”

It is no coincidence that priest abuse victims often say that their soul was taken from them by the Catholic Priests upon abuse.

I still go to church but I would like to see them say this prayer at the end.

Copyright 2010 Thomas Paul Murphy

Sunday, April 25, 2010

What I like Most About Christmas

What most people like about Christmas are the presents, but nobody wants to say that. I could tell you about the time my Nephew was in a mean brat stage in his adolescence and I gave him a rubber chicken for Christmas. But telling of his humility upon receiving it would be a mean story. Regarding prior celebrations I could tell you how when the drinks flow and the mouths poor. And sometimes the best things are said, sometimes the worst. And how the perspective of this can change over time.

What I like about Christmas is how one man stood up to and for the rest of the World. In the name of good against the righteous good, and for this he became immortalized.

His soul more human than any other, he would prove to be the first and foremost role model one should have in life.

Copyright 2010 Thomas Paul Murphy