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Aadhaar, the bible, and economics

Last summer I posted about a new economic system over in India, called Aadhaar. The reason why this system caught my attention back then is due to the fact that it pretty much mirrors what the bible describes in the book of Revelation as being the “mark” of the beast. You know… the one that forces the “no one can buy or sell unless they have it” type of stuff.

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And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. – Revelation 13:16-17

Well, I am posting about it again because something rather exciting happened with it earlier this month.

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Outlook India, a news website for that region of the world posted an article about the Aadhaar system that I think was rather titillating, if you ask me. In short, a Christian went to the Supreme Court suggesting that they could not participate in the program because it essentially lines up with how they view what is represented in the last chapter of the bible.

John Abraham (ironic name), the man and his family that were personally affected by this system (thus taking it to the courts), essentially states that his son was unable to attend school because he wasn’t participating in the system. But, don’t take my word for it. Here is a small expert from the article.

The Supreme Court, which is hearing a slew of petitions on the Constitutional validity of Aadhar, was on Tuesday faced with a peculiar petition by a devout Christian’ seeking exemption from submitting biometric data citing “religious belief”.

Petitioner John Abraham, whose son was not allowed to enter school after he denied giving biometric details on the ground that their religion does not permit it, said it has become impossible for a person to go about their everyday lives without having an Aadhaar.”

I don’t know about you, but I find this type of news very exciting. The end of the modern era and the ushering in of the New Jerusalem is right around the corner. And it’s content like this that causes one to top, take in a deep breath, and know that what I am saying is true.

And with this excitement in mind, I can’t help but look at the statistics for how many people are actually participating in this system over in India.

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As shown from the 2016-2017 Aadhaar ID insight report (directly from the horse’s mouth), 80% of India has enrolled into this program at more than 1.14 billion people in just two years.

It’s coming, people.

But hey, what do I know… right? I clearly must be ignorant.

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Disappointed with the trash on Pureflix

So, I am a hard core conservative Christian despite my early 2000’s post rocker dad look. With that, my household recently put down Netflix and replaced it with Pureflix. And honestly, I have to admit… I am disappointed.

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Don’t get me wrong… okay. I understand that this company is getting by simply by stating that they offer “family friendly” as well as “Christian” alternatives to stuff like Netflix and Hulu. I however can’t help but get aggravated as a Christian when I come across some of the stuff that has found its way onto the Pureflix platform.

Just to give a few examples of what I am talking about, it breaks my heart as a Christian to see the following content being promoted on what is supposed to be considered a “Christian alternative”.     

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Tad, the lost explorer – An animated film that promotes Babylonian mysticisms. Not only did this film blatantly offer an alternative way to eternal life, but there were a few minor instances of foul language. There was a lot of sexual tension in this one.      

Tappy Toes – Although this is a cute short, the underlying message that is pushed rather hard in the first ten minutes is Darwinian Evolution. Not only that, but this film subtly promotes the raising of children in a same sex parent based household.

Jungle Shuffle – The first ten minutes of this movie has its main characters suggesting that they need to build a statue of a god so that they can worship the statue in order for the forest to be safe. Do I honestly need to say more? The bible clearly has its thoughts on idol worship.  

Now, I am not suggesting that there is nothing good on this platform. I just find it rather disappointing that this is even something that needs to be monitored for content. It’s pretty sad if you ask me. With this “need to screen” concept in place, I decided to look into how much Pureflix promotes itself as being “Christian“… seeing as to how a lot of what they promote clearly is nothing of the sort. 

With that, I found this article on the Pureflix website pretty hilarious. 

In the article they indicate that many of the top celebrities in Hollywood are in fact “Christian”. For example, The Rock. The article says that… (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson enjoyed a career as a pro wrestler that eventually led to his success as an actor. He says he has a special relationship with God that helped him through depression, among other struggles, and that he counts his blessings daily.)

These people can’t be serious!!! Here is a skit that The Rock did just last year about depression, of all things, where he promotes drug use and even says the phrase “Hail Satan”.

Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them. – Mathew 7:16-20

Anyway, my rant is over. Needless to say… I am disappointed. It’s probably just me, but it might merely be a sign of the end. Who are we kidding though… I clearly must be ignorant and am just overthinking things. 

 

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Finally hitting the mainstream Media

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The all seeing eye symbol branded CBS finally decided to cover the topic of real time facial reconfiguration after some NSL footage started floating around on the internet. The funny thing is… you know good and well that this technology is farther along than they are claiming. And if it isn’t, it is only a matter of time before this stuff starts making the mainstream world rife with new problems.

Next time some footage surfaces of a senator acting inappropriate, they will now be able to claim that it was “fake” or “doctored” footage. The implications are pretty big. You could even produce footage of a primary leader of any country claiming to have launched weapons, causing panic. Or better yet, cause a statue to appear to have come to life.

Personally, I think this stuff is hilarious.

And the fact that it took this long for mainstream coverage of the topic to occur is even more entertaining. This stuff has been around for a while.

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Anyway, this is what I have to say about all of this nonsense in closing. Who honestly cares… 90% of what you see on the internet and television these days is already fake anyway. Having them finally admit it to a small degree is no surprise.

He deceiveth them that dwell on the earth by the means of those miracles which he had power to do in the sight of the beast; saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, and did live. And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed. – Revelation 13:14-15

But hey, what do I know right? I am clearly just being ignorant.

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When a restaurant bathroom lets you draw

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Lately, I have been imagining that Jesus likes playing children games… like, Hide and Seek, or Tag. You know, because he does mention having faith like a child. Anyway, I can’t help but see him coming back on the clouds shouting “ready or not, here I come“, as if he had just gotten done counting to a zabillion with his arms crossed over his eyes against the tree of life.

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Sin’s affect on the weather… wait, what?

I feel that in today’s world the church faith as a whole has been fading. We seem to be taking less and less of the bible literally as time goes on, forcing more and more of scripture into allegory and poetry with each passing generation.

Matthew 8:26-27He said to them, “Why are you afraid, you men of little faith?” Then He got up and rebuked the winds and the sea, and it became perfectly calm.

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The other week on a Wednesday night at church we were going through one of the chapters in 2 Samuel and came to a part about the sins one man and the affect they had on others. We talked about how our sin affects our loved ones, our friends, our spouses… etc. What I noticed apart from the study (which was an amazing study) was that God allowed the famine because of sin. The reason for this famine was a result of the sins of Saul in particular.

2 Samuel 21:1Now there was a famine in the days of David for three years, year after year; and David inquired of the Lord. And the Lord answered, “It is because of Saul and his bloodthirsty house, because he killed the Gibeonites.”

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Later in the end of the chapter the famine ends, bringing rain after 3 years once the sins had been brought to justice through some specific means (in this case, the death of Saul’s sons as retribution)Luckily my sins have already been brought to justice through the retribution of Christ.

What I am getting at is this…

Our sins affect more than just ourselves and those around us. Sin also affects the weather. Now, it today’s world of “higher thinking and science” this sounds absurd. But, honestly think on it for just a moment.

The 40 days of rain which caused the flood was a result of sin. The massive balls of rock that fell from the sky in Godom and Gomorrah were a result of sin. Famine was a result of sin. In Revelation, the sun burning hotter to the point of pain is a result of sin. Fire and hail, snow and clouds; Stormy wind… it just goes on and on.

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With all of that said, I go back to the first verse I shared in this post. Jesus clearly demonstrates his power over the weather by calming the seas while on a boat. God is really above us. Jesus really is building a place. And he really is coming back down here one day.

Now… who are we kidding, right? I clearly am ignorant.

The answer here is global warming and “climate change“. Sin has nothing to do with it.

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Friend from Church drew something new

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A friend, who’s drawings have been shown on my site before, drew up something new. After having collaborated on it together (me mostly just coloring in her sketch), this is what it turned into.

She is really talented.

I think it would be awesome to see her do something more with it. I am trying to challenge her to start experimenting with inking pins. From there, anything could happen.

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A Sneak Peek at what is happening

Although I have decided to not do an update on the store until all of the photos for every listing are complete, I wanted to write a quick post letting everyone know what is coming up.

A sneak peek… if it were.

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One of my friends from church is an epic photographer. With that, I have outsourced to her with the need for updating the photos for the listings on the Etsy Store. This is what she has sent thus far. These are clean, crisp, and eye catching. I am excited to get the store totally updated. Once the photo shoot is complete the store will be getting an entirely new visual overhaul with her help.

With that, be on the look out. Because, soon the store is going to be looking jam-slam. And until then… this is the only sneak peek you will be getting. The next time I post about this, it will be because the store has been totally updated with new and improved professional photography.

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Baptism in a van down by the river

Today was an awesome day to be out at the water, grilling food, playing music, and watching people get baptized. I will just let the following photos speak for themselves. It was a blast and Sarah and I are beyond blessed to have found a home among this community of fellow believers.

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Jesus is real… and he is headed back weather you are ready for it or not.

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NASA rant of the day. So many sixes my head hurts

So, today’s thought isn’t really anything new for the stuff you might see me post on this site. It is instead a series of unknown presuppositions that somehow ridiculously line up with one another, creating what I like to call “irony at its finest“.

I recently wrote a blog post about NASA and how they are founded in Pantheistic Gnostic concepts that idolize a plethora of different Greek gods. I also took the time to point out what NASA actually means in Hebrew (deceiver).

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When you consider the fact that NASA is founded in the occult teachings of these types of Greek gods, I find it rather peculiar that Jack Parsons, one of the founding members of NASA, was a devotee of the one and only Aleister Crowley. This man was a Satanist through and through and actually referred to himself as the beast.

With that in mind, it is not at all surprising to find things like the fact that Peggy Whitson is about to break the record for longest days in space for any astronaut. When she comes back from space in just a few weeks her record will have reached exactly 666 days in space.  On the same day that they congratulated her for this upcoming accomplishment they handed out an award called the “Epic Red Dragon“. But, you can just got back and read that blog post to get all of that info if you want.

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With those things in mind, do I really need to get into the details of how ironic it is to find the number 666 literally ingrained into where we are told we live? Because, at the end of the day… the people that are presenting the absolute most evidence to back the Copernican Principle of Heliocentric Cosmological Evolution would have to be NASA.

With that said, we are told that the earth is flying around the sun at 18.5 miles per second. This just so happens to come out to 66,600 miles per hour.

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We are also told that the earth is tilted at a 23.4 degree access off of 90. This would in turn mean that the opposing tilt of the earth is equal to 66.6 degrees.

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But it doesn’t stop there. We are also told that the radius of the earth is exactly 0.666 feet per mile squared. By using this earth curvature calculator you can determine how much curvature exists not only against distance, but against height as well. With that, I have set the curvature to read from ground level with a total distance of one mile.

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So, totally setting aside the fact that all of this seems just a little bit too coincidental, when exactly did we start calling both the seas and the dry land the same thing?

Genesis 1:10And God called the dry land Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he Seas: and God saw that it was good.

God didn’t name both the seas and dry land Earth. At least that’s how I am reading it. The dry land had a name… and the water had a name. With that, when did we start calling both the dry land and the oceans the same name?

If you wan’t to believe in the Copernican Principle which is the foundation of the heliocentric big bang cosmological evolutionary theory, you go right ahead. More power to ya. But, honestly… something seems a little fishy to me.

But, what do i know right? I’m just ignorant.

But seriously though, if you ever just wanted to see how much of an idiot I really am, just scroll through the science page on my site. You will learn real quick how ignorant I really am.

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I have an honest question about Faith and Science

I just wanted to take a moment to ask a genuine question.

As a Christian I have found that pretty much most, if not all, Christians will agree that the bible is the truth. These same bible believing Christians will also agree with one another regarding the creation account (to an extent… which is what brings up my question).

What I mean by that is this.

Most Bible believing Christians will agree that God created man, placing him in a real garden. He then put man to sleep so as to take a rib to create woman. Eventually, they sinned against God and were kicked out of the garden. With that, the concept of evolution is thrown out the window. Most Christians that I meet will instantly agree that Darwin, the Geologic column, and the theory of evolution are totally bogus. This theory defy the bible and the creation account (no question about it). When we look deep enough at evolution one can quickly see the lies.

For example, everyone has heard of the missing link. If we came from primates, then where is the link between us and them? But it doesn’t stop there. If a rock turned into a fish, and a fish turned into a lizard, then show me a missing link there. If a lizard turned into a cat, show me the missing link there. And honestly, you can’t (the reason why is due to the fact that there is a missing link between every kind of species… which is why evolution is still just a theory in the eyes of most Christians).

And since evolution is piggybacking on the geologic column, so many Christians are quick to point out the fact that there are major issues with it as well while defending their faith in the validity of scripture. For example, if those layers were formed over long periods of time, then why are there trees protruding through different sections into other sections? Or, why does carbon dating seem flawed after going back only a few thousand years? You can record the fur on an animal against the skin on the same animal and come up with a different set of numbers by thousands of years.

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And when it comes to the Galapagos Islands and Darwin, Christians are so quick to band together regarding the difference between adaptation within a species and evolution itself. There is a difference for sure. So, here is a total side note that is separate from my upcoming question. The two men who popularized a philosophy that is considered a direct attack on the foundations of the church are both honored by being buried in the foundations of a church (just look up Westminster Abby).

So, here is the question I am asking in part…

If we as Christians are so quick to defend our faith and the Bible when it comes to the creation account of Adam, Eve, and the other variations of life… then why are we so quick to jump on the bandwagon of cosmological evolution by standing up for the very same set of philosophers of today who have their foundations in the works of people like Darwin and Arthur Holmes (the very people we are fighting against)?

Because, at the end of the day all of this stuff is piggybacking off of one another. You don’t get evolution without the Copernican Principle. You don’t get the Copernican Principle without the Big Bang. If you take away the Copernican Principle (which in my eyes is an absolute disordered account of the creation story in the Bible) you will have automatically removed the Big bang theory. If you remove the Big Bang, then evolution is obviously a lie.

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I just don’t understand it.

We as Christians agree that evolution is not true. But on the other hand we are so quick to agree with the scientific community regarding their discoveries of distant galaxies, other habitable planets orbiting gas giants, and the ever expanding reaches of space.

How is it that we have missed this one?

Everything that modern astronomy is focused on today comes down to the Big Bang theory (which is at the end of the day, the foundation of the Copernican Principle… which feeds into the Geological Column… which feeds Darwin). When you hear of a planet being discovered, or that nebulas are were stars are born, or that the galaxy is slowly moving away from itself… all of those things are based on the Big Bang theory.

Why then, are we so quick to get excited and agree with man regarding creation when the foundations of mans interpretation of creation itself defies scripture?

My Bible doesn’t say that the stars are born in clouds of gas. My Bible says that the stars are the angels of heaven and that they have all already been numbered and named. My Bible doesn’t say that the sun is also a star. No, it says that the sun is separate from the stars. My bible doesn’t say that the sun was created first (which is how it would have to be under the Copernican Principle). No, my Bible says that the earth was made first. My bible doesn’t say that the earth is moving. No, it says that the sun is moving.

With all of that said, let me ask my question one last time.

Why are we as Christians so quick to defend the idea of Cosmological Evolution while in the same breath agreeing that the Big Bang is not how it happened?

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But, who are we kidding… right?

I clearly am just ignorant and we really do exist in a world where it is okay to agree while simultaneously disagreeing. On one hand, we as Christians agree that the biblical account of Adam and Eve was real. But then, on the other hand… perhaps the creation of time, space, and matter itself was all just metaphorical. Because, you know… the wisdom of modern man supersedes scripture by placing scripture more and more into the realm of allegory rather than truth.

If the Christian world has already done enough homework to realize that Darwin, Holmes, and the Big bang are nothing more than the delusion of an Anti-Christ spirit, then why have we stopped there? As a Christian, if you actually stop and do the same type of homework regarding the cosmos, you will find the same line of reasoning that favors evolution coupled with a string of lies told by man.

I think it is time we stop trusting in the wisdom of man and actually dig into the scriptures to determine what the word says regarding the cosmos.  The thing that I find ironic is that some Christians actually use scripture to defend the Big bang.

Well, God said let there be light… and bang, it happened.

As cool as that sounds… it is the very thing that feeds the fact that we are still to this day fighting against the foundations of Darwin and Holmes.

You can’t have one without the other.

And if we agree that they forged lies regarding evolution, then as Christians why believe the very same set of people regarding the cosmos?

I just don’t get it.

Because, at the end of the day… when you actually stop and look at who is telling us what regarding the cosmos, you start to see things like this, or this.

With that in mind, why do we so quickly side with those in opposition of scripture?