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  1. An ancient race of uber-Aryans once ruled over this planet. Us white folks are their wretched, degraded descendents.

  2. I recently saw Lost City Z. It’s about one of the last explorers a Colonel in the British Army who went into the Amazon and found evidence of a city of some sort. He was eaten my cannibals in 1920s on his third expedition there. A year later the city streets in the lost settlement were identified. The conquistadors brought the plagues with them.

    I wonder if this Covid19 is a civilization ending event.

      • Civilization ending? Probably not. One has to realize, the Conquistadors were the White Adam, conquering the world (however diluted that witness was, based on the RC ecclesiology) for Christ.
        Therefore, acknowledging Divine Providence, and the witness of the O.T. scriptures, it was predestined that godless pagans and non-Whites would make way for the True Israelites’ expansion.

        This is also, (whether you like it or no) the entire rationale for both Canada and the USA- this is what Manifest Destiny is all about- God’s People, conquering the Earth for Christ.

        “…for every animal of the forest is mine, and the cattle on a thousand hills. I know every bird in the mountains, and the creatures of the field are mine. If I were hungry I would not tell you, for the world is mine, and all that is in it.” Ps. 50

        But, Election to god-like status (both witnessed to by Ps. 82:6 “I said, “Ye are Gods.” as well as St. John’s Gospel, Chapter 10) comes with a price- COVENANT FIDELITY. As usual, stupid catholics (this one a Jesuit) wiggles all he can to avoid the reality that divinization of Adamic Man IS the goal via theosis- God dwelling in His People.

        “First, they tend to argue for an extrinsic interpretation of Psalm 82 in John 10: if Jews in their scriptures or tradition can call a man “god,” then Jesus is not totally out of line in being called a divine figure. [19] This type of extrinsic argument shows little respect for the midrashic understanding of Psalm 82 or other texts from scripture about the justification in the first place for calling any human “god,” even by extension.”- https://www3.nd.edu/~jneyrey1/Gods.html [The reason this stupid man doesn’t get this, is that Vatican Eww Rome has been completely judaized- they actually believe the Jews are Semites, contra Elhaik’s DNA research… and therefore, are worshiping idols, even MORE than the fundie Prots think of, when they see icons and statues; the former allowed, since Christ DID become Man, and therefore God has a FORM we all can see.

        But that is PRECISELY what the giving of the Holy Spirit (which was the pericope for this past Sunday) is all about- God, with US! The Orthodox fully understand this, and have long preached on it-
        “…the Word of God became a man so that you might learn from a man how to become a god.” -St. Clement

        That is why the Amerindians all left records of either: a) their own ‘gods’ bearing the likeness of Caucasoid Man- with blond/red hair, and blue eyes, from North and Central America to Easter Island, or b) thinking Cortez et al. were those ‘gods,’ come back. So, the smallpox was- in effect, ‘god’ judging the apostate Xenoi. Or, if you will, ‘White man didn’ du nuffin’ wrong…’

        – that is, until he gave up his calling, and allowed the Negroes, Mulattoes, and the Accursed Jews as full citizens in his Kingdom. Which brings us to the world pandemic of CORONA. God can divinize, but only on His terms (full and complete surrender) – Man has always wanted to be ‘god’ ON HIS Terms. And God is not mocked.

    • Nice list. I just wanted to comment about The Village. Anyone who wants to avoid spoilers should stop reading at this point…

      Okay, because it’s impossible for me to comment without spoiling the story. I just wanted to say that when I watched the film when it came out, it struck me powerfully that although we live in the ‘modern world’ of the present day, the WAY we live is a choice that we have all collectively made, or perhaps more accurately has been made for us. It has been made for us and we go along with it without giving it much, or any thought at all.

      The people in the film are living as if hundreds of years ago, but they are doing it right now. A simpler, harsher, harder life with few frills or luxuries. Real peace and quiet (something many of us in the overcrowded developed world never truly get, even in the dead of night). A simple yet infinitely more fulfilling life than the ‘busy’ but empty and pointless lives most of us live nowadays. It doesn’t have to be like this.

      The Covid-19 pandemic has given us all a chance to stop and think about how we are living our lives, and we’re discovering what’s really important, what we need versus what we want. And maybe a lot of what we thought we wanted or needed, we don’t really, after all. I read a comment in another thread here tonight from a woman who said she’s never spent more time with her husband kids until now. Because their lives were so busy from working in this modern hectic world basically. I just think it’s sad that we’re too busy being busy, to be able to stop or even slow down and enjoy more fulfilling lives.

      I am going to check out some of the other films and TV shows you recommend as well, thanks for sharing.

      • Thank you Dave, you make some excellent points.

        Yes, I was blown away when I saw The Village in the theaters. It was thought-provoking on so many levels. I often wonder: are we a “better” society or community when, through the miracle of machines and drugs, grandma lives to be 96 and dies in a nursing home surrounded by strangers?

        Or, was it a better life, and were we a better community, when grandma only made it to 68, but died in her bed, surrounded by a family of three generations who love her?

        Once upon a time, like in The Village, we were born at home and we died at home among our kin folk. It was a natural rhythm of life that went back thousands of years.

        By the way, there is an episode of Star Trek Deep Space 9 called, “Paradise” (Season 2, episode 15) which deals with this very same subject: Has modern life and technology harmed us by destroying the natural rhythm of life in a community? Is it even possible to have anything that resembles a real community or “village” with modern structures of government, education, medicine, etc.?

        • “…The Village in the theaters. It was thought-provoking on so many levels.”

          I would concur. That movie (along with ‘Signs’- for obvious reasons- i.e., the Cross, everywhere) is also one of my favorites… along with “When Worlds Collide’ and ‘Forbidden Planet’ for their similar messages.

          One of the great blessings of my life, was to have had my dad die comfortably in his sleep, after he came to live with us. And, had he not fallen and broken his hip while away from our care, his dying at 89 seemed too soon for him- he was healthy, happy, and chipper, with a twinkle in his eye, and a song always on his lips. I should be so blessed.

  3. This was fantastic. A bit more down to Earth and realized than the Atlantean Gardens guy who is also excellent. Thanks for the recommendation

  4. Humans have been around for a lot longer than what we were taught. I never no doubt that equal amounts of technology that we have now existed before. The pyramids are an example. There is no logical reason in our modern understanding for their existence or purpose. They were not tombs. The other smaller pyramids in proximity were copies and were not nearly built as well.

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