John 1:12kjv
But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God

Wednesday, August 19, 2015


Paul Washer: “You will be isolate from society as is been already happening … 
You must settle this in your mind, this is the one thing I want to say over and over…do not believe… down thru history you have a wrong idea of martyrdom and persecution …you think these men were persecution and martyred for their sincere faith in Jesus Christ-that was the real reason but no one heard that publicly...” they were martyred and they were persecuted as enemies of the state, as child molesters …as bigots as narrow-minded stupid people who have fallen for a rouse and that couldn’t contribute nothing to society …your suffering will not be noble, so your mind must be filled with the word of God when all people persecute you and turn on you …and when the Spirit of God and Common Grace pulls back and you see even your children and your grandchildren tossing in the lot that you should die. This is no game!!”
We will be called things that we’re not… persecuted not for being followers of Christ BUT for being radically fundamentalist who do not know the true way of Christ, [which of course] is love and tolerance …you'll go down as the greatest bigots and haters of mankind in history.

Telly Lattimore, persecuted

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

 One Narrative, 
One Point of View
So seems to me, it’s a form of projection… 
(they say) "don’t look at what we do but look at what they do 
and you know what, 
we don’t have any evidence to show you they’re doing it, you’re just gona have to believe us”.

“In the court of public opinion like any court the fact finding consists of adversarial presentations. 
I present my evidence and my witnesses, you challenge it. 
You present your evidence and witnesses, I challenge it. 
All of this takes place in front of jury who gets to examine the process and then make a determination according to well established rules as to what the facts are and how they bear on the law being applied to the case.  
Now when you have only ONE side that goes into a courtroom with only a portion of the case, if it's not challenged that side will generally win anyways on default.
So no matter how ridiculous the pleadings are, (unless there so ridiculous the court intervenes), and this is fairly unusual, even if I make an absurd set of claims against the adverse party; 
if they're not there to counter them, then I win, by default.
And that is more or less the condition that has held sway in the West for decades here and it has become worst since the 1990’s”.

“...whatever Narrative is being told 
whatever counter narrative they might make reference to never challenges the foundation” of those allegations.

"...nobody's really questioning this... if they lose the information monopoly and the control of the Narrative, people will begin to ask a lot of uncomfortable questions and that's the fear..."

Taken from @ YouTube: Cross Talk West vs RT?

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Mediations @ Psychological Jousting

1Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which the LORD God had made. And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden? 2And the woman said unto the serpent, We may eat of the fruit of the trees of the garden: 3But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die. 4And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: 5For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil. 6And when the woman saw that the treewas good for food, and that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree to be desired to make one wise, she took of the fruit thereof, and did eat, and gave also unto her husband with her; and he did eat

Again this is what God said, Of every tree in the garden you may freely eat, but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shall not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shall surely die.

In Genesis 3 the serpent attacks some particular words from the words God used in his commands to the man:
(1) The word “every
(2) And the words “surely die
The word every, 'constitutes each and all without exceptions'.
If you read the text in Genesis chapter 3 verse16 the verse reads that God says that the man may eat of “every” tree. So prosecutor serpent attacks that with his question to the women, hath God said, ye shall not eat of every tree in the garden? He's suggesting God contradicted his words, because in vs. 16 in chapter 2 God does says, of every tree in the garden thou mayest freely eat, before verse 17 in chapter 2, (the next verses) where the word BUT is said which is where God forbids the man to eat from the one tree, the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. It is the serpent’s suggestions that’s subtle, implying that perhaps God uttered a contradictory statement, which is meant to lead to another thought [the sequential thought process by which one idea or concept leads to another].

He led her thinking toward a curiosity about the tree that God said ye shall not eatfrom. The prosecutor serpent creates an interest for wanting to find out. But find out what?
#1 why is this tree excluded?
#2 why is this tree distinct from among the other tree in the garden?
So he singles out this tree and lures her attention to it.

The woman's response to the serpents analysis in terms of what God had said, her reply wasn't in confident or assurance and the prosecutor serpent went off her words God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall we touch it, lest ye diemoving her thoughts from what God said to the issue concerning 'the consequences' of if she did eat.
God is referring to the end result ye shall surely die.
Satan is referring to the moment ye shall not surely die.

So the serpent says, ye shall not surely die.
God said, for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shall surely die.

Let’s look at what God meant and what the serpent was trying to manipulate. The  words in the day is a term we must look at because it was in this day that thou shall surely die.
 II Peter 3:8 reads, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day. What God meant was within a thousand years (1,000) that man would die which imply that man would spoil, deteriorate:

Deterioration always implies lessening the value of something, or the process of debasing.
To decay is a stage in deterioration short of complete destruction and to gradually decrease if they did eat of that tree.

We find out after the fact that they did eat of it and in Genesis 5:27, the scriptures speaks of one man, Methuselah that lived 969 years and died, which was the longest living human being recorded in scriptures according to Creation-History, which is 31 years short of a thousand years. The serpent understood this by saying to the woman that ye shall not surely die. What the serpent meant was – 'not this very second, at once, here and now, in a flash, not at this moment, not instantly, not right now', he was manipulating her, deceiving her curiosity of interest to learn something that does not concern her, because God commanded them not to eat of it and that should have been the end of it.

To ENTICE is to lure skillfully and artfully. To TEMPT is to endeavor to lead someone to a course or commission of an act that may be wrong. To SEDUCE is to succeed in winning someone from good to ill.

The next verse vs 5 of chapter 3 for God doth know are the words of the serpent. He is now Enticing the woman by Luring her to his knowledge. Again, for God doth know and these words arise again still in vs.5 “that in the day ye eat thereof”. The prosecutor serpent has shifted from Luring her to Tempting her by Misleading her thoughts to consider his knowledge.
To Consider suggest to think about carefully with regard to taking some action.
He now has a foothold on her attention, on her curiosity and he is now misleading her thoughts into the decision to eat from his knowledge, the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, which God has said, thou shall not eat of it. And his knowledge is the knowledge of evil mixed with the knowledge of good, thus the tree is named, the knowledge of good and evil, the very tree that God commanded them not to eat from and here the woman is contemplating by giving her attention to the serpent to influence her for the Seduction.
for God doth know the serpent says insinuating to the woman he has a knowledge of God that she doesn't have and not only that but it is a knowledge that God didn't give her or her husband.
To Insinuate implies the serpent introduced as an idea gradually or in a subtle, indirect, or covert way about something.

The serpent proposed that God withheld this knowledge from them, but not to him and that he was revealing the way to know, as if he is showing her how be wise with this knowledge, even like God himself, or  perhap wiser than God.
That's the seduction.

The serpent seduces the woman by succeeding in winning her to act on his knowledge by eating from the tree God commanded them not to eat from, this is the seduction.

The seduction could of sounded like this:
if you do what God is commanding you not to do, then you will know what God knows, and when you know that, no one, not even God can dominate you to command you about what to do, because it is this knowledge (that I'm giving you, the serpent insinuates) that God doesn't want you to know is what keeps him over you to command you to not do this or to do that.

She bites into the FRUIT which was the lie of the serpent with her husband participating also and sin entered into the world and death by sin.
Sin therefore became that which gave satan influence over man’s will, thru sin.
Note carefully here that the 1st choice here to choose evil isn't from the proclivity or nature to do evil but from being deceived by the serpent.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Think on this too

TRUST- is a tranquil resting of the mind upon the integrity, kindness, friendship or promises of a person. AFRAID- indicates being under the power of deep persuasive fear, due to real or imaginary cause.
DELUDE- to mislead to the point where a person is unable to tell the truth from falsehood.
DELUSION- the inability to distinguish between that which appears to be and that which actually is true or genuine: a delusion is a mistaken conviction and an illusion is a mistaken perception.
To DISTINGUISH is to perceive and indicate the difference. To DIFFERENTIATE is to point out exactly and in detail the difference between two things.
WILES- a trick, artifice, or stratagem meant to fool, trap or entice; suggest deceiving and entrapping a victim by playing on his or her weak points.
BEGUILE- suggest deceiving or misleading by means of pleasant or alluring methods.
DEPRAVITY- denotes not any action but a perverted condition from which any act of sin may proceed. WICKEDNESS is depravity of heart.
ROBBER- seeks to obtain the property of others by force or intimidation. A THIEF by stealth or secrecy.
STEAL- to take way from another's possession without right, authority or permission, usually in a secret manner and for ones own advantage.
KILL- to deprive of life, without no suggestion as of how or why.
DESTROY- to put beyond restoration by any process physically, mentally or morally: it is destroyed when its structural unity is gone, whether or not its component parts remain.
BEACHHEAD- a position on an enemy shoreline captured by troops, in advance of an invading army. The first achievement that opens way for further development.
TOEHOLD- a slight or initial yet significant advantage useful for future progress.
FOOTHOLD- a firm or secure position that provides a base for further advancement.
HOLD- implies control securely maintained.
STRONGHOLD- an area dominated or occupied.
TERRITORY- a subdivision of a country that is not a state and is administered by an appointed or elected governor.
LIBERTY- a freedom from external restraints, compulsion or interference in the pursuits or conduct of my choice to the extent that they are lawful and not harmful to others.
INDEPENDENCE- implies not only the lack of restriction but also the ability to stand alone, unsustanied by anything else.
WEALTH suggest a store or accumulation of those things that men desire to possess and have an exchangeable value. RICHES carry more of the idea of personal possessions. WEALTH is distributive.
AFFLUENCE denotes abundance as freely flowing in.
To PLUNDER is to take property from an enemy in time of war and it is not a crime at law.
To ENTICE is to lure skillfully and artfully. To TEMPT is to endeavor to lead someone to a course or commission of an act that may be wrong. To SEDUCE is to succeed in winning someone from good to ill.
CHOICE is the freedom to choose or select from a set after consideration. To CONSIDER is to think carefully about, as about a choice to be made and often slowly; as by weighing the alternatives. To CHOOSE indicates the act of will; it involves the use of judgment in taking one of several courses of action. The CHOICE is in the mind because you have to consider. To CHOOSE is an act of will because you have to do.
EQUITY- is giving everyone as much advantage, privilege or consideration as is given to any other.
FORBEARANCE- is abstaining from retaliation or revenge.
PATIENCE- is keeping kindliness of heart under vexatious conduct; uncomplaining steadiness in doing.
LONGSUFFERING- is continued patience.
ENDURANCE- hardens itself against suffering and maybe stubborn.
FORTITUDE- is endurance animated by courage.
INSUBORDINATION is individual disobedience. SEDITION is the plotting. REBELLION is the fighting. When rebellion is successful it's called REVOLUTION. Slaves may break out in mass or organized INSURRECTION.
Soldiers/sailors break out in MUTINY. A subject province rise in REVOLT.
A person SUCCEEDS when he or she accomplishes what he or she attempts or ATTAINS a desired result. To WIN implies that someone loses. To ACHIEVE is to accomplish by overcoming difficulties by use of skill, perseverance, etc. To PREVAIL is to be victorious, or prove superior.

SOURCEFunk & Wagnalls Standard Handbook of Synonyms, Antonyms, & Prepositions.