The Virginal Goddess, Auset "Isis" is it the Virgian Mary of the Christians?
The evolution of the Virginal Goddess from Ancient Egypt to Christian theology.
by Sed-me 3 years ago
An NPR report said that Isis gave Iraqui Christians a matter of days to make a choice.1) Convert to Muslim or2) Leave the city or3) Be killedThe Christians left the city of Mosul, having most of what they owned taken from them first. They fled to the homes of other Christians who were kind enough...
by Jack Lee 2 years ago
Who is responsible for the Orlando attack on American soil?When will America wake up to the threat of ISIS and the attack on our homeland? Over 50 people have been killed. Will the White House finally recognize the real threat? And call it by its name? Extreme Islamic terrorist. Will the LGBT...
by Beth Perry 24 months ago
How do extremists expect to be eternally rewarded for murdering babies?Murder, torture, decapitations, rape, butchery - sadly, these things are not new in our world. And among moral people in almost every culture, such activities are considered especially depraved when carried out against children....
by Neferkaptah 8 years ago
Ausar is G-d, Heru is the Messiah and Auset is the Virginal Goddess, and they are the Ancient...Egyptian's Trinity, Father, Son and Mother?
by peter565 3 years ago
What is your view about God, after reading these passages?"And they entered into a covenant to seek the Lord, the God of their fathers, with all their heart and with all their soul, but that whoever would not seek the Lord, the God of Israel, should be put to death, whether young or old, man...
by peter565 2 years ago
Is this sign that we much watch out for the rise of a Christian version of ISIS?ISIS is a militarized Muslim fanatic groups. We think this is only possible in Middle East, because its very religious. But surprisingly, I met some people from iraq lately and most Iraqi are not that religious, they...
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